Invincible

Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $57,806,952Details
International Box Office $673,876
Worldwide Box Office $58,480,828
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $48,216,225 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $48,216,225
Further financial details...

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

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics FreshAudience Upright
Critics
71% - Fresh
Audience
74% - Upright

Movie Details

Theatrical Release: August 25th, 2006 (Wide) by Walt Disney
Video Release: December 19th, 2006 by Walt Disney Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: PG for sports action and some mild language.
Keywords: Inspirational Sports, Inspired by a True Story, Football
Source:Based on Real Life Events
Genre:Drama
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Dramatization
Production Companies: Walt Disney Pictures

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Invincible Remains so as New Releases Struggle

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Can New Releases Defeat Invincible?

It's the Labor Day weekend, the weakest long weekend in the movie business. There are a trio of new releases trying to take on Invincible's undefeated record (current winning streak: 1), but the odds of there being a new winner this weekend are 50 / 50. More...

Invincible Tops Tepid Weekend

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New Releases Look Anything but Invincible

The final weekend in August looks better than most, with one or two films that should finish with overall positive reviews. However, the box office potential for these films is very limited. It looks like Invincible should live up to its name, and if not, look for plenty of bad puns come Monday. I know I've already thought of a few. More...

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Cast

Mark Wahlberg    Vince Papale
Greg Kinnear    Dick Vermeil
Elizabeth Banks    Janet Cantrell
Michael Rispoli    Max
Kevin Conway    Frank Papale
Kirk Acevedo    Tommy
Dov Davidoff    Johnny
Michael Kelly    Pete
Nicoye Banks    TJ Banks
Stink Fisher    Denny Franks
Michael Mulheren    AC Craney
Michael Nouri    Mr. Tose
Jack Kehler    Wade Chambers
Paige Turco    Carol Vermeil
Sal Darigo    Mick
Turron Kofi Alleyne    Ronnie Sampson
Cosmo DeMatteo    Dean German
Lola Glaudini    Sharon Papale
Tristan Phillips    Richie Vermeil
Morgan Turner    Susan Vermeil
Lynn Cohen    Mrs. Spegnetti
James Murtaugh    Principal
Dominick Cicco    South Philly Man
Randy Couture    "Toruci" Player
Earle Masciulli    "Toruci" Player
Jeffrey Lee Gibson    "Tanker" Opposing Player
Pat Walsh    "Tanker" Opposing Player
Rick Reilly    Disgruntled Fan
Franklin Ojeda Smith    Les
Patrick F. McDade    The Turk
Frederick Strother, Jr.    Eagle Coach
Timothy Crowley    Eagle Coach
Brian Hayes Currie    Eagle Coach
Kerry Shawn Duffy    Eagles PR Man
Paul Laguerre    Kneeling Veteran
Kevin Ingram    Giant Kick Returner
Michael McCarthy    Giant Defender
Tony Luke, Jr.    Cape-Clad Fan
Mark Simms    Weekend Warrior
Frank Ferrara, Jr.    Tryout Hopeful
Bryan Donoghue    Hopeful
Jimmy Palumbo    Philly Fan
Johnny Alves    Philly Fan
Pete DiStefano    Philly Fan
Pride Grinn    Philly Fan
Daniel Spink    Philly Fan
Jimmy Graham    Dour Fan
Anthony Lawton    Pressroom Reporter
John Leslie Wolfe    TV Anchor
Tim Lamendola    TV Cameraman
Susan Moses    Teacher
Michael P. Hayes    Student
Justin Goncalves    Student
Michael S. Brainard    Eagle Coach
Joe Thompson    Ref
Frank Kosman    Ref
Charles Pendleton    Frank's Friend
James A. Carr    Frank's Friend
Joe Guglielmucci    Umpire
Anthony R. Duncan    Eagle Coach
Harry Donahue    Play by Play Announcer
Merrill Reese    Voice of the Eagles
Mike Quick    Voice of the Eagles

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Ericson Core
Screenwriter    Brad Gann
Producer    Gordon Gray
Producer    Mark Ciardi
Producer    Ken Mok
Executive Producer    Victor H. Constantino
Executive Producer    Nicole Reed
Executive Producer    Ezra Swerdlow
Director of Photography    Ericson Core
Production Designer    Sarah Knowles
Editor    Jerry Greenberg
Costume Designer    Susan Lyall
Composer    Mark Isham
Associate Producer    Jonathan Mone
Assistant Director    Stephen P. Dunn
Unit Production Manager    Neri Kyle Tannenbaum
Unit Production Manager    Rich Chapla
Production Supervisor    David Price
Art Director    Charley Beal
Additional Art Direction    Tim Gallin
Art Director    Jeff Knipp
Set Decorator    Frank Galline
Second Unit Camera    Steve Andrich
Costume Supervisor    Wendy M. Craig
Sound Mixer    James J. Sabat
Sound Mixer    Darrell Henke
Re-recording Mixer    Terry Porter
Re-recording Mixer    Dean A. Zupancic
Supervising Sound Editor    Robert L. Sephton
Sound Effects Editor    Adam Kopald
Sound Effects Editor    Randle Akerson
Sound Designer    Robert L. Sephton
Dialogue Editor    Val Kuklowsky
Dialogue Editor    John Kwiatkowski
Dialogue Editor    Kimberly Wilson
Music Editor    Joe E. Rand
Make up    Lori Hicks
Hairstylist    Donna Marie Fischetto
Casting Director    Sheila Jaffe
Stunt Coordinator    Douglas Crosby

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2006/08/25 1 $5,400,691   2,917 $1,851   $5,400,691 1
2006/08/26 1 $6,736,898 +25% 2,917 $2,310   $12,137,589 2
2006/08/27 1 $4,893,533 -27% 2,917 $1,678   $17,031,122 3
2006/08/28 1 $1,644,051 -66% 2,917 $564   $18,675,173 4
2006/08/29 1 $1,561,833 -5% 2,917 $535   $20,237,006 5
2006/08/30 1 $1,307,718 -16% 2,917 $448   $21,544,724 6
2006/08/31 1 $1,096,119 -16% 2,917 $376   $22,640,843 7
2006/09/01 2 $3,060,006 +179% 2,921 $1,048   $25,700,849 8
2006/09/02 1 $4,588,978 +50% 2,921 $1,571   $30,289,827 9
2006/09/03 1 $4,502,442 -2% 2,921 $1,541   $34,792,269 10
2006/09/04 1 $3,275,944 -27% 2,921 $1,122   $38,068,213 11
2006/09/05 2 $701,123 -79% 2,921 $240   $38,769,336 12
2006/09/06 2 $601,120 -14% 2,921 $206   $39,370,456 13
2006/09/07 2 $500,052 -17% 2,921 $171   $39,870,508 14
2006/09/08 4 $1,755,794 +251% 2,987 $588   $41,626,302 15
2006/09/09 3 $2,598,509 +48% 2,987 $870   $44,224,811 16
2006/09/10 5 $1,275,823 -51% 2,987 $427   $45,500,634 17
2006/09/11 8 $334,692 -74% 2,987 $112   $45,835,326 18
2006/09/12 6 $384,969 +15% 2,987 $129   $46,220,295 19
2006/09/13 6 $389,729 +1% 2,987 $130   $46,610,024 20
2006/09/14 6 $396,634 +2% 2,987 $133   $47,006,658 21
2006/09/15 6 $1,130,259 +185% 2,830 $399   $48,136,917 22
2006/09/16 4 $2,239,953 +98% 2,830 $792   $50,376,870 23
2006/09/17 10 $744,709 -67% 2,830 $263   $51,121,579 24
2006/09/18 8 $243,852 -67% 2,830 $86   $51,365,431 25
2006/09/19 7 $276,696 +13% 2,830 $98   $51,642,127 26
2006/09/20 7 $263,584 -5% 2,830 $93   $51,905,711 27
2006/09/21 8 $243,816 -7% 2,830 $86   $52,149,527 28
2006/09/22 12 $807,503 +231% 2,830 $285   $52,957,030 29
2006/09/23 11 $1,222,919 +51% 2,331 $525   $54,179,949 30
2006/09/24 12 $516,523 -58% 2,331 $222   $54,696,472 31

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2006/08/25 1 $17,031,122   2,917 $5,839   $17,031,122 3
2006/09/01 1 $12,151,426 -29% 2,921 $4,160   $34,792,269 10
2006/09/08 3 $5,630,126 -54% 2,987 $1,885   $45,500,634 17
2006/09/15 6 $4,114,921 -27% 2,830 $1,454   $51,121,579 24
2006/09/22 11 $2,546,945 -38% 2,331 $1,093   $54,696,472 31
2006/09/29 17 $1,057,294 -58% 1,357 $779   $56,322,748 38
2006/10/06 20 $392,309 -63% 551 $712   $57,011,536 45
2006/10/13 38 $126,968 -68% 215 $591   $57,276,091 52
2006/10/20 49 $51,121 -60% 119 $430   $57,375,922 59
2006/10/27 37 $132,339 +159% 299 $443   $57,530,763 66
2006/11/03 36 $103,124 -22% 227 $454   $57,689,970 73
2006/11/10 42 $55,439 -46% 118 $470   $57,789,574 80

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
12/24/200621,791,504 1,791,504$29,416,496$29,416,4961
12/31/20065486,698-73% 2,278,202$7,782,301$37,198,7972
1/7/20078275,015-43% 2,553,217$4,397,490$41,596,2873
1/14/200719111,661-59% 2,664,878$1,785,459$43,381,7464
1/21/20072289,879-20% 2,754,757$1,488,396$44,870,1425

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