Inglourious Basterds

Inglourious Basterds poster
Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $120,831,050Details
International Box Office $196,140,670
Worldwide Box Office $316,971,720
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $68,117,501 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $35,302,694 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $103,420,195
Further financial details...

  1. Summary
  2. News
  3. Box Office
  4. Video Sales
  5. Full Financials
  6. Cast & Crew
  7. Trailer

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics Certified FreshAudience Upright
Critics
88% - Certified Fresh
Audience
87% - Upright

Movie Details

Production Budget:$70,000,000
Domestic Releases: August 20th, 2009 (Special Engagement) by Weinstein Co.
August 21st, 2009 (Wide) by Weinstein Co.
Video Release: December 15th, 2009 by Universal Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: R For strong graphic violence, language and brief sexuality
Keywords: Alternate History, Nazis, War, World War II, Intentionally Anachronistic
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Action
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Historical Fiction
Production Companies: A Band Apart, Zehnte Babelsberg

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Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2009/08/20 - $15,761   28 $563   $15,761 0
2009/08/21 1 $14,383,261 +91,159% 3,165 $4,544   $14,399,022 1
2009/08/22 1 $13,074,907 -9% 3,165 $4,131   $27,473,929 2
2009/08/23 1 $10,596,508 -19% 3,165 $3,348   $38,070,437 3
2009/08/24 1 $4,665,534 -56% 3,165 $1,474   $42,735,971 4
2009/08/25 1 $4,245,157 -9% 3,165 $1,341   $46,981,129 5
2009/08/26 1 $3,585,341 -16% 3,165 $1,133   $50,566,470 6
2009/08/27 1 $3,152,719 -12% 3,165 $996   $53,719,189 7
2009/08/28 3 $5,844,737 +85% 3,165 $1,847   $59,563,926 8
2009/08/29 2 $8,072,638 +38% 3,165 $2,551   $67,636,564 9
2009/08/30 2 $5,386,278 -33% 3,165 $1,702   $73,022,841 10
2009/08/31 2 $1,964,452 -64% 3,165 $621   $74,987,293 11
2009/09/01 2 $1,977,500 +1% 3,165 $625   $76,964,793 12
2009/09/02 1 $1,683,414 -15% 3,165 $532   $78,648,208 13
2009/09/03 2 $1,547,400 -8% 3,165 $489   $80,195,608 14
2009/09/04 4 $3,026,476 +96% 3,358 $901   $83,222,084 15
2009/09/05 2 $4,076,522 +35% 3,358 $1,214   $87,298,605 16
2009/09/06 1 $4,526,396 +11% 3,358 $1,348   $91,825,001 17
2009/09/07 1 $3,321,096 -27% 3,358 $989   $95,146,097 18
2009/09/08 1 $1,012,939 -69% 3,358 $302   $96,159,036 19
2009/09/09 2 $840,979 -17% 3,358 $250   $97,000,015 20
2009/09/10 2 $762,836 -9% 3,358 $227   $97,762,851 21
2009/09/11 4 $1,879,505 +146% 3,215 $585   $99,642,356 22
2009/09/12 3 $2,780,091 +48% 3,215 $865   $102,422,447 23
2009/09/13 3 $1,481,021 -47% 3,215 $461   $103,903,468 24
2009/09/14 3 $528,036 -64% 3,215 $164   $104,431,504 25
2009/09/15 2 $646,583 +22% 3,215 $201   $105,078,087 26
2009/09/16 2 $614,636 -5% 3,215 $191   $105,692,723 27
2009/09/17 2 $605,942 -1% 3,215 $188   $106,298,666 28
2009/09/18 7 $1,190,602 +96% 2,519 $473   $107,489,268 29
2009/09/19 7 $1,626,290 +37% 2,519 $646   $109,115,557 30
2009/09/20 7 $1,001,250 -38% 2,519 $397   $110,116,807 31
2009/09/21 6 $384,773 -62% 2,519 $153   $110,501,580 32
2009/09/22 6 $452,988 +18% 2,519 $180   $110,954,568 33
2009/09/23 6 $409,420 -10% 2,519 $163   $111,363,988 34
2009/09/24 6 $373,547 -9% 2,519 $148   $111,737,535 35
2009/09/25 11 $775,348 +108% 1,960 $396   $112,512,883 36
2009/09/26 10 $1,192,110 +54% 1,960 $608   $113,704,993 37
2009/09/27 10 $715,740 -40% 1,960 $365   $114,420,733 38
2009/09/28 9 $268,287 -63% 1,960 $137   $114,689,020 39
2009/09/29 9 $277,306 +3% 1,960 $141   $114,966,326 40
2009/09/30 8 $253,576 -9% 1,960 $129   $115,219,902 41
2009/10/01 7 $254,980 +1% 1,960 $130   $115,474,882 42
2009/10/02 - $421,148 +65% 1,331 $316   $115,896,030 43
2009/10/03 - $649,927 +54% 1,331 $488   $116,545,957 44
2009/10/04 - $348,181 -46% 1,331 $262   $116,894,138 45
2009/10/07 12 $140,838   1,331 $106   $117,310,894 48
2009/11/20 - $23,381   163 $143   $120,223,680 92
2009/11/21 - $33,357 +43% 163 $205   $120,257,037 93
2009/11/22 - $21,279 -36% 163 $131   $120,278,316 94
2009/11/23 - $10,893 -49% 163 $67   $120,289,209 95
2009/11/24 - $12,855 +18% 163 $79   $120,302,064 96
2009/11/27 - $22,164   102 $217   $120,346,758 99
2009/11/28 - $22,787 +3% 102 $223   $120,369,545 100
2009/11/29 - $11,505 -50% 102 $113   $120,381,050 101
2009/11/30 - $4,754 -59% 102 $47   $120,385,804 102
2009/12/01 - $5,723 +20% 102 $56   $120,391,527 103
2009/12/02 - $4,568 -20% 102 $45   $120,396,095 104
2009/12/03 - $5,430 +19% 102 $53   $120,401,525 105
2009/12/04 - $19,122 +252% 194 $99   $120,420,647 106
2009/12/05 - $27,115 +42% 194 $140   $120,447,762 107
2009/12/06 - $16,687 -38% 194 $86   $120,464,449 108
2009/12/07 - $8,213 -51% 194 $42   $120,472,662 109
2009/12/08 - $8,368 +2% 194 $43   $120,481,030 110
2009/12/09 - $8,356 n/c 194 $43   $120,489,386 111
2009/12/10 - $9,896 +18% 194 $51   $120,499,282 112
2009/12/11 - $6,887 -30% 61 $113   $120,506,169 113
2009/12/12 - $9,733 +41% 61 $160   $120,515,902 114
2009/12/13 - $7,171 -26% 61 $118   $120,523,073 115
2009/12/14 - $3,608 -50% 61 $59   $120,526,681 116
2009/12/15 - $4,307 +19% 61 $71   $120,530,988 117
2009/12/16 - $4,352 +1% 61 $71   $120,535,340 118
2009/12/17 - $5,379 +24% 61 $88   $120,540,719 119

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2009/08/21 1 $38,054,676   3,165 $12,024   $38,070,437 3
2009/08/28 2 $19,303,653 -49% 3,165 $6,099   $73,022,841 10
2009/09/04 2 $11,629,393 -40% 3,358 $3,463   $91,825,003 17
2009/09/11 3 $6,140,617 -47% 3,215 $1,910   $103,903,468 24
2009/09/18 7 $3,818,142 -38% 2,519 $1,516   $110,116,807 31
2009/09/25 10 $2,683,198 -30% 1,960 $1,369   $114,420,733 38
2009/10/02 13 $1,419,256 -47% 1,331 $1,066   $116,894,138 45
2009/10/09 15 $848,970 -40% 968 $877   $118,297,669 52
2009/10/16 23 $341,410 -60% 438 $779   $119,073,469 59
2009/10/23 32 $176,550 -48% 206 $857   $119,396,075 66
2009/10/30 31 $114,162 -35% 148 $771   $119,596,251 73
2009/11/06 23 $206,530 +81% 284 $727   $119,873,433 80
2009/11/13 27 $133,105 -36% 233 $571   $120,135,237 87
2009/11/20 34 $78,017 -41% 163 $479   $120,278,316 94
2009/11/27 42 $56,456 -28% 102 $553   $120,381,050 101
2009/12/04 36 $62,924 +11% 194 $324   $120,464,449 108
2009/12/11 44 $23,791 -62% 61 $390   $120,523,073 115

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
12/20/200921,581,220 1,581,220$28,467,652$28,467,6521
12/27/20094744,371-53% 2,325,591$13,927,256$42,394,9082
1/3/20107155,565-79% 2,481,156$2,801,539$45,196,4473
1/10/20105144,653-7% 2,625,809$2,571,467$47,767,9154
1/17/20107128,088-11% 2,753,897$2,117,756$49,885,6705
1/24/20101186,740-32% 2,840,637$1,191,903$51,077,5736
1/31/20101150,599-42% 2,891,236$680,374$51,757,9487
2/7/20101358,504+16% 2,949,740$781,502$52,539,4508
2/14/20101954,844-6% 3,004,584$734,844$53,274,2949
2/21/20102843,709-20% 3,048,293$589,626$53,863,92010
3/14/20101472,484 3,192,593$1,004,164$55,840,64413

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
12/20/20092838,214 838,214$15,079,473$15,079,4731
12/27/20093355,229-58% 1,193,443$6,685,406$21,764,8792
1/3/2010796,038-73% 1,289,481$1,973,583$23,738,4623
1/10/2010545,479-53% 1,334,960$913,674$24,652,1364
1/17/2010450,045+10% 1,385,005$1,008,901$25,661,0375
1/24/2010272,062+44% 1,457,067$1,250,277$26,911,3146
1/31/20101020,431-72% 1,477,498$347,121$27,258,4357
2/7/2010822,982+12% 1,500,480$390,465$27,648,9008
2/14/2010734,342+49% 1,534,822$583,473$28,232,3739
2/21/20101118,992-45% 1,553,814$368,819$28,601,19210
2/28/2010634,834+83% 1,588,648$693,898$29,295,09011
3/7/20101910,489-70% 1,599,137$207,150$29,502,24012
3/14/20101415,182+45% 1,614,319$303,492$29,805,73213
3/28/2010206,665 1,627,790$133,224$30,075,00715

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Cast

Brad Pitt    Lt. Aldo Raine
Melanie Laurent    Shosanna
Christoph Waltz    Col. Hans Landa
Eli Roth    Sgt. Donny Donowitz
Michael Fassbender    Lt. Archie Hicox
Diane Kruger    Bridget Von Hammersmark
Daniel Bruhl    Frederick Zoller
Til Schweiger    Sgt. Hugo Stiglitz
Gedeon Burkhard    Cpl. Wilhelm Wicki
Jacky Ido    Marcel
B.J. Novak    Pfc. Smithson Utivich
Omar Doom    Prf. Omar Ulmer
August Diehl    Major Hellstrom
Sylvester Groth    Joseph Goebbels
Martin Wuttke    Hitler
Mike Myers    Gen. Ed Fenech
Julie Dreyfus    Francesca Mondino
Richard Samuel    Sgt. Rachtman
Alexander Fehling    Master Sgt. Wilhelm/Pola Negri
Rod Taylor    Winston Churchill
Samuel L. Jackson    Narrator (uncredited)

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Quentin Tarantino
Screenwriter    Quentin Tarantino
Producer    Lawrence Bender
Executive Producer    Erica Steinberg
Executive Producer    Lloyd Phillips
Executive Producer    Bob Weinstein
Executive Producer    Harvey Weinstein
Co-Producer    Henning Molfenter
Co-Producer    Carl L. Woebcken
Co-Producer    Christoph Fisser
Cinematographer    Robert Richardson
Editor    Sally Menke
Music Supervisor    Mary Ramos
Production Designer    David Wasco
Supervising Art Director    Sebastian Krawinkel
Art Director    Stephan Gessler
Art Director    Marco Bittner Rosser
Art Director    David Scheunemann
Set Decorator    Sandy Reynolds-Wasco
Costume Designer    Anna B. Sheppard
Sound Mixer    Mark Ulano
Supervising Sound Editor    Wylie Stateman
Re-recording Mixer    Michael Minkler
Re-recording Mixer    Tony Lamberti
Sound Designer    Harry Cohen
Sound Designer    Ann Scibelli
Visual Effects Designer    John Dykstra
Visual Effects Supervisor    Victor Mueller
Special Effects Supervisor    Gerd Feuchter
Special Effects Supervisor    Uli Nefzer
Special Make-up Effects    Gregory Nicotero
Special Make-up Effects    Howard Berger
Stunt Coordinator    Jeff Dashnaw
Stunt Coordinator    Antje "Angie" Rau
Associate Producer    Pilar Savone
Assistant Director    William Paul Clark
Assistant Director    Bruce Moriarty
Stunt Coordinator    Bud Davis
Casting Director    Johanna Ray
Casting Director    Jenny Jue
Casting Director    Simone Barr
Casting Director    Olivier Carbone