Iron Man 2

Iron Man 2 poster
Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $312,433,331Details
International Box Office $311,128,000
Worldwide Box Office $623,561,331
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $126,980,303 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $56,219,528 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $183,199,831
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
73% - Certified Fresh
Audience
72% - Upright

Movie Details

Production Budget:$170,000,000
Domestic Releases: May 7th, 2010 (Wide) by Paramount Pictures
May 7th, 2010 (IMAX) by Paramount Pictures
May 2nd, 2013 (Special Engagement) by Regal Entertainment
Video Release: September 28th, 2010 by Paramount Home Video
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for sequences of intense sci-fi action and violence, and some language
(Rating bulletin 2116, 4/14/2010)
Running Time: 125 minutes
Franchise: Iron Man, The Avengers
Keywords: Marvel Comics, IMAX: DMR, Cold War, Revenge, Inventor, Sequel With Lead Character Recast
Source:Based on Comic/Graphic Novel
Genre:Adventure
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Super Hero
Production Companies: Paramount Pictures, Marvel Entertainment, Marvel Studios, Fairview Entertainment

Cast

   Tony Stark
Gwyneth Paltrow    Pepper Potts
Don Cheadle    Lt. Col. James "Rhodey" Rhodes
Scarlett Johansson    Natalie Rushman/Natasha Romanoff
Sam Rockwell    Justin Hammer
Clark Gregg    Agent Coulson
John Slattery    Howard Stark
Mickey Rourke    Ivan Vanko
Samuel L. Jackson    Nick Fury
Garry Shandling    Senator Stern
Paul Bettany    Jarvis
Kate Mara    U.S. Marshal
Leslie Bibb    Christine Everhart
Jon Favreau    Happy Hogan
Christiane Amanpour    Herself
Philippe Bergeron    Detective Lemieux
James Bethea    Security Force
Michael Bruno    Security Force
Katie Clark    Expo Fan
Luminita Docan    Russian Newscaster
Francois Duhamel    French Photographer
Larry Ellison    Himself
Adam DJ AM Goldstein    Himself
Tim Guinee    Major Allen
Eric L. Haney    General Meade
Ali Khan    10 Rings Gangster
Eugene Lazarev    Anton Vanko
Stan Lee    Himself
Isaiah Guyman Martin IV    AV Operator
Helena Mattsson    Rebecca
Keith Middlebrook    Expo Cop
Anya Monzikova    Rebeka
Margy Moore    Bambi Arbogast
Olivia Munn    Chess Roberts
Elon Musk    Himself
Bill O'Reilly    Himself
Alejandro Patino    Strawberry Vendor
Davin Ransom    Young Tony Stark
Karim Saleh    Guard
Brian Schaeffer    Hammer Expo Tech
Phillipe Simon    French Waiter
Jack White    Jack

Production and Technical Credits

Director   
Screenwriter    Justin Favreau
Producer    Kevin Feige
Executive Producer    Alan Fine
Executive Producer    Stan Lee
Executive Producer    David Maisel
Executive Producer    Denis L. Stewart
Executive Producer    Louis D'Esposito
Executive Producer    Jon Favreau
Executive Producer    Susan Downey
Co-Producer    Jeremy Latcham
Co-Producer    Victoria Alonso
Based on the Marvel comicbook by    Stan Lee
Based on the Marvel comicbook by    Don Heck
Based on the Marvel comicbook by    Larry Lieber
Based on the Marvel comicbook by    Jack Kirby
Cinematographer    Matthew Libatique
Editor    Richard Pearson
Editor    Dan Lebental
Production Designer    J. Michael Riva
Composer    John Debney
Music Supervisor    Dave Jordan
Supervising Art Director    David Klassen
Art Director    Suzan Wexler
Art Director    Michael E. Goldman
Set Decorator    Lauri Gaffin
Costume Designer    Mary Zophres
Sound    Mark Ulano
Supervising Sound Editor    Frank Eulner
Supervising Sound Editor    Christopher Boyes
Sound Designer    Christopher Boyes
Visual Effects Supervisor    Janek Sirrs
Visual Effects Supervisor    Ben Snow
Animation Supervisor    Marc Chu
Physical Suit Effects Supervisor    Shane Patrick Mahan
Stunt Coordinator    Thomas Robinson Harper
Associate Producer    Eric N. Heffron
Associate Producer    Karen Johnson
Assistant Director    Eric N. Heffron
Second Unit Director    Jonathan Taylor
Casting    Sarah Halley Finn
Casting    Randi Hiller

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Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2010/05/07 1 $51,239,677   4,380 $11,699   $51,239,677 1
2010/05/08 1 $45,776,170 -11% 4,380 $10,451   $97,015,847 2
2010/05/09 1 $31,106,633 -32% 4,380 $7,102   $128,122,480 3
2010/05/10 1 $9,366,982 -70% 4,380 $2,139   $137,489,462 4
2010/05/11 1 $8,380,235 -11% 4,380 $1,913   $145,869,697 5
2010/05/12 1 $6,951,326 -17% 4,380 $1,587   $152,821,023 6
2010/05/13 1 $6,338,848 -9% 4,380 $1,447   $159,159,871 7
2010/05/14 1 $15,120,949 +139% 4,390 $3,444   $174,280,820 8
2010/05/15 1 $22,642,564 +50% 4,390 $5,158   $196,923,384 9
2010/05/16 1 $14,277,492 -37% 4,390 $3,252   $211,200,876 10
2010/05/17 1 $3,715,485 -74% 4,390 $846   $214,916,361 11
2010/05/18 1 $3,565,064 -4% 4,390 $812   $218,481,425 12
2010/05/19 1 $3,145,551 -12% 4,390 $717   $221,626,976 13
2010/05/20 1 $3,037,827 -3% 4,390 $692   $224,664,803 14
2010/05/21 2 $7,549,509 +149% 4,177 $1,807   $232,214,312 15
2010/05/22 2 $11,505,392 +52% 4,177 $2,754   $243,719,704 16
2010/05/23 2 $7,306,357 -36% 4,177 $1,749   $251,026,061 17
2010/05/24 2 $2,215,378 -70% 4,177 $530   $253,241,439 18
2010/05/25 2 $1,810,492 -18% 4,177 $433   $255,051,931 19
2010/05/26 2 $1,684,755 -7% 4,177 $403   $256,736,686 20
2010/05/27 3 $1,840,224 +9% 4,177 $441   $258,576,910 21
2010/05/28 4 $4,440,472 +141% 3,804 $1,167   $263,017,382 22
2010/05/29 4 $6,165,974 +39% 3,804 $1,621   $269,183,356 23
2010/05/30 4 $5,852,544 -5% 3,804 $1,539   $275,035,900 24
2010/05/31 4 $4,617,249 -21% 3,804 $1,214   $279,653,149 25
2010/06/01 4 $1,386,018 -70% 3,804 $364   $281,039,167 26
2010/06/02 4 $1,220,457 -12% 3,804 $321   $282,259,624 27
2010/06/03 4 $1,251,538 +3% 3,804 $329   $283,511,162 28
2010/06/04 8 $2,189,199 +75% 3,007 $728   $285,700,361 29
2010/06/05 7 $3,482,014 +59% 3,007 $1,158   $289,182,375 30
2010/06/06 7 $2,247,495 -35% 3,007 $747   $291,429,870 31
2010/06/07 7 $802,229 -64% 3,007 $267   $292,232,099 32
2010/06/08 7 $827,461 +3% 3,007 $275   $293,059,560 33
2010/06/09 7 $848,031 +2% 3,007 $282   $293,907,591 34
2010/06/10 7 $853,593 +1% 3,007 $284   $294,761,184 35
2010/06/11 9 $1,342,063 +57% 2,305 $582   $296,103,247 36
2010/06/12 9 $1,936,638 +44% 2,305 $840   $298,039,885 37
2010/06/13 9 $1,242,505 -36% 2,305 $539   $299,282,390 38
2010/06/14 9 $538,035 -57% 2,305 $233   $299,820,425 39
2010/06/15 9 $511,560 -5% 2,305 $222   $300,331,985 40
2010/06/16 9 $536,515 +5% 2,305 $233   $300,868,500 41
2010/06/17 9 $469,577 -12% 2,305 $204   $301,338,077 42
2010/06/18 10 $715,417 +52% 1,612 $444   $302,053,494 43
2010/06/19 10 $1,049,141 +47% 1,612 $651   $303,102,635 44
2010/06/20 9 $1,107,694 +6% 1,612 $687   $304,210,329 45
2010/06/21 10 $342,907 -69% 1,612 $213   $304,553,236 46
2010/06/22 11 $331,915 -3% 1,612 $206   $304,885,151 47
2010/06/23 12 $300,013 -10% 1,612 $186   $305,185,164 48
2010/06/24 11 $322,105 +7% 1,612 $200   $305,507,269 49
2010/06/25 11 $410,966 +28% 1,169 $352   $305,918,235 50
2010/06/26 11 $593,766 +44% 1,169 $508   $306,512,001 51
2010/06/27 11 $431,646 -27% 1,169 $369   $306,943,647 52
2010/06/28 11 $194,463 -55% 1,169 $166   $307,138,110 53
2010/06/29 13 $180,240 -7% 1,169 $154   $307,318,350 54
2010/06/30 11 $175,166 -3% 1,169 $150   $307,493,516 55
2010/07/01 11 $160,947 -8% 1,169 $138   $307,654,463 56
2010/07/02 13 $215,079 +34% 522 $412   $307,869,542 57
2010/07/03 13 $243,163 +13% 522 $466   $308,112,705 58
2010/07/04 11 $180,072 -26% 522 $345   $308,292,777 59
2010/07/05 11 $237,520 +32% 522 $455   $308,530,297 60
2010/07/06 13 $106,552 -55% 522 $204   $308,636,849 61
2010/07/07 11 $101,621 -5% 522 $195   $308,738,470 62
2010/07/08 10 $106,069 +4% 522 $203   $308,844,539 63
2010/07/09 - $121,643 +15% 333 $365   $308,966,182 64
2010/07/10 - $170,995 +41% 333 $513   $309,137,177 65
2010/07/11 - $100,117 -41% 333 $301   $309,237,294 66
2010/07/12 - $53,511 -47% 333 $161   $309,290,805 67
2010/07/13 - $61,215 +14% 333 $184   $309,352,020 68
2010/07/14 - $55,289 -10% 333 $166   $309,407,309 69
2010/07/15 - $49,541 -10% 333 $149   $309,456,850 70
2010/07/16 - $168,147 +239% 362 $464   $309,624,997 71
2010/07/17 - $221,843 +32% 362 $613   $309,846,840 72
2010/07/18 - $171,750 -23% 362 $474   $310,018,590 73
2010/07/19 - $91,726 -47% 362 $253   $310,110,316 74
2010/07/20 - $108,329 +18% 362 $299   $310,218,645 75
2010/07/21 - $90,655 -16% 362 $250   $310,309,300 76
2010/07/22 - $92,549 +2% 362 $256   $310,401,849 77
2010/07/23 - $136,636 +48% 330 $414   $310,538,485 78
2010/07/24 - $178,357 +31% 330 $540   $310,716,842 79
2010/07/25 - $123,982 -30% 330 $376   $310,840,824 80
2010/07/26 - $67,183 -46% 330 $204   $310,908,007 81
2010/07/27 - $74,910 +12% 330 $227   $310,982,917 82
2010/07/28 - $67,734 -10% 330 $205   $311,050,651 83
2010/07/29 - $65,079 -4% 330 $197   $311,115,730 84
2010/07/30 - $91,350 +40% 286 $319   $311,207,080 85
2010/07/31 - $122,483 +34% 286 $428   $311,329,563 86
2010/08/01 - $87,444 -29% 286 $306   $311,417,007 87
2010/08/02 - $48,008 -45% 286 $168   $311,465,015 88
2010/08/03 - $52,668 +10% 286 $184   $311,517,683 89
2010/08/04 - $47,133 -11% 286 $165   $311,564,816 90
2010/08/05 - $47,850 +2% 286 $167   $311,612,666 91
2010/08/06 - $56,802 +19% 224 $254   $311,669,468 92
2010/08/07 - $80,884 +42% 224 $361   $311,750,352 93
2010/08/08 - $55,829 -31% 224 $249   $311,806,181 94
2010/08/09 - $29,331 -47% 224 $131   $311,835,512 95
2010/08/10 - $35,097 +20% 224 $157   $311,870,609 96
2010/08/11 - $30,077 -14% 224 $134   $311,900,686 97
2010/08/12 - $29,869 -1% 224 $133   $311,930,555 98
2010/08/13 - $35,383 +18% 178 $199   $311,965,938 99
2010/08/14 - $53,704 +52% 178 $302   $312,019,642 100
2010/08/15 - $37,791 -30% 178 $212   $312,057,433 101
2010/08/16 - $16,883 -55% 178 $95   $312,074,316 102
2010/08/17 - $19,044 +13% 178 $107   $312,093,360 103
2010/08/18 - $16,801 -12% 178 $94   $312,110,161 104
2010/08/19 - $18,184 +8% 178 $102   $312,128,345 105

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2010/05/07 1 $128,122,480   4,380 $29,252   $128,122,480 3
2010/05/14 1 $52,041,005 -59% 4,390 $11,854   $211,200,876 10
2010/05/21 2 $26,361,258 -49% 4,177 $6,311   $251,026,061 17
2010/05/28 4 $16,458,990 -38% 3,804 $4,327   $275,035,900 24
2010/06/04 7 $7,918,708 -52% 3,007 $2,633   $291,429,870 31
2010/06/11 9 $4,521,206 -43% 2,305 $1,961   $299,282,390 38
2010/06/18 9 $2,872,252 -36% 1,612 $1,782   $304,210,329 45
2010/06/25 11 $1,436,378 -50% 1,169 $1,229   $306,943,647 52
2010/07/02 13 $638,314 -56% 522 $1,223   $308,292,777 59
2010/07/09 18 $392,755 -38% 333 $1,179   $309,237,294 66
2010/07/16 14 $561,740 +43% 362 $1,552   $310,018,590 73
2010/07/23 16 $438,975 -22% 330 $1,330   $310,840,824 80
2010/07/30 21 $301,277 -31% 286 $1,053   $311,417,007 87
2010/08/06 27 $193,515 -36% 224 $864   $311,806,181 94
2010/08/13 31 $126,878 -34% 178 $713   $312,057,433 101

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
10/3/201012,683,831 2,683,831$61,362,844$61,362,8441
10/10/201021,103,239-59% 3,787,070$22,152,818$83,515,6622
10/17/20103385,216-65% 4,172,286$9,614,722$93,130,3843
10/24/20104171,153-56% 4,343,439$4,427,797$97,558,1804
10/31/2010599,282-42% 4,442,721$2,594,060$100,152,2405
11/7/2010863,300-36% 4,506,021$1,683,217$101,835,4576
11/14/20101556,215-11% 4,562,236$1,454,029$103,289,4867
11/21/20101973,296+30% 4,635,532$1,830,355$105,119,8418
12/5/20102390,733 4,774,979$1,844,275$108,155,55410
12/12/201014158,075+74% 4,933,054$2,819,615$110,975,16911
12/19/20103075,735-52% 5,008,789$1,288,389$112,263,55812
2/20/201110187,345 5,370,658$2,459,503$117,989,22121
5/22/20111844,107 5,471,820$666,532$119,742,46734
5/6/20122425,036 5,598,664$295,918$121,765,62984
5/13/20121939,246+57% 5,637,910$421,114$122,186,74385
5/20/20121930,297-23% 5,668,207$307,015$122,493,75786
9/30/20122924,832 5,714,696$209,438$122,941,590105
10/7/20122816,861-32% 5,731,557$171,136$123,112,726106
12/2/20123034,528 5,769,950$336,154$123,484,502114
4/28/20132319,426 5,823,388$199,515$124,134,611135
5/5/20131926,659+37% 5,850,047$271,122$124,405,733136
5/12/20132525,549-4% 5,875,596$269,580$124,675,313137

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
10/3/201011,208,101 1,208,101$28,873,614$28,873,6141
10/10/20102211,841-82% 1,419,942$4,272,838$33,146,4522
10/17/20103119,423-44% 1,539,365$2,984,372$36,130,8243
10/24/2010481,289-32% 1,620,654$2,157,399$38,288,2234
10/31/2010632,259-60% 1,652,913$852,289$39,140,5125
11/7/2010821,210-34% 1,674,123$572,445$39,712,9576
11/14/2010921,932+3% 1,696,055$576,384$40,289,3417
11/21/20101217,749-19% 1,713,804$443,554$40,732,8958
12/12/20101341,152 1,783,883$1,007,824$42,449,13311
12/26/20101782,388 1,898,041$1,976,490$45,176,35713
2/20/2011373,347 2,035,474$1,615,839$48,204,01121
7/24/20112012,742 2,099,335$268,591$49,542,86643
4/29/20121511,514 2,185,172$170,525$50,814,11483
5/6/20121014,491+26% 2,199,663$208,967$51,023,08184
5/13/2012823,653+63% 2,223,316$354,318$51,377,39985
5/20/20121315,783-33% 2,239,099$236,117$51,613,51686
9/30/2012827,440 2,339,207$293,884$52,685,670105
10/7/20121113,718-50% 2,352,925$205,503$52,891,173106
12/2/20121350,989 2,450,328$747,493$54,319,086114
4/28/2013199,157 2,478,164$136,986$54,735,495135
5/5/2013822,027+141% 2,500,191$329,531$55,065,026136
5/12/20131814,949-32% 2,515,140$223,631$55,288,657137
9/29/2013145,253 2,546,937$110,147$55,955,379157

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