Iron Man 3

Iron Man 3 poster
Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $408,992,272Details
International Box Office $803,700,000
Worldwide Box Office $1,212,692,272
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $25,338,875 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $53,179,706 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $78,518,581
Further financial details...

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

Synopsis

Marvel's "Iron Man 3" pits brash-but-brilliant industrialist Tony Stark/Iron Man against an enemy whose reach knows no bounds. When Stark finds his personal world destroyed at his enemy's hands, he embarks on a harrowing quest to find those responsible. This journey, at every turn, will test his mettle. With his back against the wall, Stark is left to survive by his own devices, relying on his ingenuity and instincts to protect those closest to him. As he fights his way back, Stark discovers the answer to the question that has secretly haunted him: does the man make the suit or does the suit make the man?

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics Certified FreshAudience Upright
Critics
78% - Certified Fresh
Audience
79% - Upright

Movie Details

Production Budget:$200,000,000
Domestic Releases: May 3rd, 2013 (Wide) by Walt Disney
May 3rd, 2013 (IMAX) by Walt Disney
Video Release: September 24th, 2013 by Walt Disney Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for sequences of intense sci-fi action and violence throughout, and brief suggestive content.
(Rating bulletin 2267, 4/10/2013)
Franchise: Iron Man, The Avengers
Keywords: Marvel Comics, Surprise Twist, Super Soldiers, Non-Chronological, Government Corruption, Robot, Artificial Intelligence, Addiction, False Identity, Terrorism, Visual Effects, Prologue, Voiceover/Narration, Intertitle, Gratuitous Cameos, Epilogue, 3-D
Source:Based on Comic/Graphic Novel
Genre:Action
Production Method:Animation/Live Action
Creative Type:Super Hero
Production Companies: Marvel Studios, Paramount Pictures, DMG Entertainment

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Weekend Wrap-Up: Star Trek Has A Dim Launch

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Weekend Predictions: Will Star Trek Brighten Up the Box Office?

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Per Theater Chart: Iron Man Has a Story to Tell

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International Box Office: Iron Man Overshadows Into Darkness

Iron Man 3 earned first place for the third weekend in a row, this time pulling in $89.3 million on 9,921 screens in 55 markets for totals of $664.4 million internationally and $949.3 million worldwide. At this pace, the film will have no trouble getting to $1 billion this coming weekend, while it should enter the top ten of all time by the end of the weekend. The film's single best market of the weekend was China, where it added $32.7 million over the week to its running tally, which now sits at $97.2 million. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Iron Man Great, but Gatsby is Arguably Greater

Iron Man 3 remained on top of the chart, as expected, but the big news of the weekend was The Great Gatsby. The film opened with more than $50 million, which is twice as much as some analysts were expecting and about 50% more than the average. Does this mean 2013 ended its losing streak? Nope. Iron Man 3 missed expectations by a couple of million dollars, while Peeples bombed utterly. This left the overall box office down 27% from last weekend to $158 million. This is 7.5% lower than the same weekend last year. Hopefully Star Trek into Darkness will help end this losing streak next weekend. More...

Weekend Estimates: Gatsby an Honorable Second

To no-one's great surprise, Iron Man 3 will top the box office chart again this weekend, with a very creditable projected $72.4 million, the 4th-biggest second weekend of all time. The more notable number this weekend, however, is the $51 million projected opening for The Great Gatsby. That's Baz Luhrman's best weekend by a huge margin -- in fact, only Moulin Rouge earned more than that in total domestically (and only by a small margin, with $57 million). It's also Leonardo DiCaprio's second-best weekend, behind Inception. In short, it's a great weekend for a movie that looked like a tough sell. More...

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International Box Office: Iron Man Retains its Shine

Iron Man 3 remained in top spot on the international chart with $174.3 million on 29,160 screens in 72 markets for totals of $502.8 million internationally and $676.9 million worldwide. The film opened with $64.07 million in China, which makes China the film's biggest international market, despite playing there for half as long as most other major markets. The film dominated Russia with $22.82 million on 1,188 screens over the weekend, which was more than five times the nearest competitor. It also opened in first place in Germany, but with a more subdued $6.91 million on 618 screens over the weekend for a total opening of $10.07 million. This is not a great opening, but one market is nothing compared to the monstrous international run so far. Iron Man 3 held on very well in South Korea down just 19% to $13.53 million on 1,388 screens over the weekend for a total of $43.23 million after two. In the U.K., the film made $9.80 million on 558 screens for a two-week total of $38.17 million. More...

Per Theater Chart: Iron Man Ices the Competition

Iron Man 3 dominated the Per Theater Chart earning an average of $40,946 at over 4,000 screens. Two Millenium Films releases were next with The Iceman and What Maisie Knew earning averages of $21,987 and $21,480 respectively. Free the Mind opened with $12,215 in its lone theater. More...

IMAX: Iron Man Disassembles Avengers

After debuting internationally last weekend, Iron Man 3 hit the domestic market this past weekend, and it was just as lucrative. The film earned $15.6 million domestically, making it the best May opening and the second best IMAX weekend of all time. Worldwide, it had the best single weekend in the format's history with $28.6 million on 592 IMAX screens, lifting its total to $39.3 million after just two weeks of release. More...

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Weekend Estimates: Iron Man 3 is Number Two All-Time

As expected, Iron Man 3 has crushed competition (such as it is) this weekend to post a gigantic opening weekend. Disney is predicting a total of $175.3 million over three days, which is even a little better than expectations going in to the weekend and represents the second-biggest opening of all time behind its franchise forebear, The Avengers. This kind of opening will inevitably lead to fairly steep drops over the next few weeks, but a final box office total above $400 million is a good bet at this point (5 out of 7 previous films to open above $150 million hit that mark). More...

International Box Office: Iron Man Turns Competition to Rust

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Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2013/05/03 1 $68,858,555   4,253 $16,191   $68,858,555 1
2013/05/04 1 $62,273,218 -10% 4,253 $14,642   $131,131,773 2
2013/05/05 1 $43,012,812 -31% 4,253 $10,114   $174,144,585 3
2013/05/06 1 $11,267,610 -74% 4,253 $2,649   $185,412,195 4
2013/05/07 1 $11,286,896 n/c 4,253 $2,654   $196,699,091 5
2013/05/08 1 $8,112,391 -28% 4,253 $1,907   $204,811,482 6
2013/05/09 1 $7,609,602 -6% 4,253 $1,789   $212,421,084 7
2013/05/10 1 $19,713,832 +159% 4,253 $4,635   $232,134,916 8
2013/05/11 1 $32,053,127 +63% 4,253 $7,537   $264,188,043 9
2013/05/12 1 $20,758,656 -35% 4,253 $4,881   $284,946,699 10
2013/05/13 1 $4,615,742 -78% 4,253 $1,085   $289,562,441 11
2013/05/14 1 $5,161,138 +12% 4,253 $1,214   $294,723,579 12
2013/05/15 2 $3,871,497 -25% 4,253 $910   $298,595,076 13
2013/05/16 3 $3,296,807 -15% 4,253 $775   $301,891,883 14
2013/05/17 2 $9,514,115 +189% 4,237 $2,245   $311,405,998 15
2013/05/18 2 $15,425,978 +62% 4,237 $3,641   $326,831,976 16
2013/05/19 2 $10,830,001 -30% 4,237 $2,556   $337,661,977 17
2013/05/20 2 $3,206,057 -70% 4,237 $757   $340,868,034 18
2013/05/21 3 $2,752,186 -14% 4,237 $650   $343,620,220 19
2013/05/22 3 $2,256,761 -18% 4,237 $533   $345,876,981 20
2013/05/23 3 $2,205,543 -2% 4,237 $521   $348,082,524 21
2013/05/24 5 $5,146,416 +133% 3,424 $1,503   $353,228,940 22
2013/05/25 5 $7,533,154 +46% 3,424 $2,200   $360,762,094 23
2013/05/26 5 $6,645,022 -12% 3,424 $1,941   $367,407,116 24
2013/05/27 5 $5,368,815 -19% 3,424 $1,568   $372,775,931 25
2013/05/28 6 $1,559,997 -71% 3,424 $456   $374,335,928 26
2013/05/29 6 $1,246,787 -20% 3,424 $364   $375,582,715 27
2013/05/30 6 $1,162,570 -7% 3,424 $340   $376,745,285 28
2013/05/31 7 $2,252,846 +94% 2,895 $778   $378,998,131 29
2013/06/01 7 $3,640,320 +62% 2,895 $1,257   $382,638,451 30
2013/06/02 7 $2,549,285 -30% 2,895 $881   $385,187,736 31
2013/06/03 8 $755,230 -70% 2,895 $261   $385,942,966 32
2013/06/04 8 $880,326 +17% 2,895 $304   $386,823,292 33
2013/06/05 8 $808,293 -8% 2,895 $279   $387,631,585 34
2013/06/06 7 $898,080 +11% 2,895 $310   $388,529,665 35
2013/06/07 9 $1,695,033 +89% 2,351 $721   $390,224,698 36
2013/06/08 9 $2,482,605 +46% 2,351 $1,056   $392,707,303 37
2013/06/09 9 $1,576,023 -37% 2,351 $670   $394,283,326 38
2013/06/10 9 $669,037 -58% 2,351 $285   $394,952,363 39
2013/06/11 9 $654,328 -2% 2,351 $278   $395,606,691 40
2013/06/12 10 $553,112 -15% 2,351 $235   $396,159,803 41
2013/06/13 11 $542,436 -2% 2,351 $231   $396,702,239 42
2013/06/14 11 $749,066 +38% 1,649 $454   $397,451,305 43
2013/06/15 11 $1,053,987 +41% 1,649 $639   $398,505,292 44
2013/06/16 10 $1,153,802 +9% 1,649 $700   $399,659,094 45
2013/06/17 11 $326,102 -72% 1,649 $198   $399,985,196 46
2013/06/18 10 $368,605 +13% 1,649 $224   $400,353,801 47
2013/06/19 11 $315,633 -14% 1,649 $191   $400,669,434 48
2013/06/20 10 $275,788 -13% 1,649 $167   $400,945,222 49
2013/06/21 10 $770,823 +179% 924 $834   $401,716,045 50
2013/06/22 10 $926,997 +20% 924 $1,003   $402,643,042 51
2013/06/23 12 $514,762 -44% 924 $557   $403,157,804 52
2013/06/24 12 $208,423 -60% 924 $226   $403,366,227 53
2013/06/25 12 $236,862 +14% 924 $256   $403,603,089 54
2013/06/26 12 $219,957 -7% 924 $238   $403,823,046 55
2013/06/27 12 $209,010 -5% 924 $226   $404,032,056 56
2013/06/28 11 $416,180 +99% 540 $771   $404,448,236 57
2013/06/29 10 $597,777 +44% 540 $1,107   $405,046,013 58
2013/06/30 11 $347,192 -42% 540 $643   $405,393,205 59
2013/07/01 12 $163,901 -53% 540 $304   $405,557,106 60
2013/07/02 13 $129,165 -21% 540 $239   $405,686,271 61
2013/07/08 - $44,632   294 $152   $406,455,862 67
2013/07/09 - $57,025 +28% 294 $194   $406,512,887 68
2013/07/10 - $50,762 -11% 294 $173   $406,563,649 69

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2013/05/03 1 $174,144,585   4,253 $40,946   $174,144,585 3
2013/05/10 1 $72,525,615 -58% 4,253 $17,053   $284,946,699 10
2013/05/17 2 $35,770,094 -51% 4,237 $8,442   $337,661,977 17
2013/05/24 5 $19,324,592 -46% 3,424 $5,644   $367,407,116 24
2013/05/31 7 $8,442,451 -56% 2,895 $2,916   $385,187,736 31
2013/06/07 9 $5,753,661 -32% 2,351 $2,447   $394,283,326 38
2013/06/14 10 $2,956,855 -49% 1,649 $1,793   $399,659,094 45
2013/06/21 10 $2,212,582 -25% 924 $2,395   $403,157,804 52
2013/06/28 11 $1,361,149 -38% 540 $2,521   $405,393,205 59
2013/07/12 20 $241,289   199 $1,213   $406,804,938 73
2013/07/19 31 $154,608 -36% 145 $1,066   $407,144,472 80
2013/07/26 35 $116,814 -24% 124 $942   $407,358,766 87
2013/08/02 27 $239,573 +105% 376 $637   $407,676,359 94
2013/08/09 44 $58,175 -76% 71 $819   $407,848,523 101
2013/08/16 27 $314,484 +441% 190 $1,655   $408,195,474 108
2013/08/23 33 $217,321 -31% 173 $1,256   $408,569,263 115
2013/08/30 42 $190,470 -12% 160 $1,190   $408,834,393 122
2013/09/06 47 $79,236 -58% 124 $639   $408,992,272 129

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
9/29/20131541,561 541,561$10,809,558$10,809,5581
10/6/20132184,325-66% 725,886$3,679,127$14,488,6852
10/13/2013690,544-51% 816,430$1,807,258$16,295,9433
10/20/2013859,185-35% 875,615$1,181,333$17,477,2754
10/27/2013946,679-21% 922,294$931,713$18,408,9885
11/3/20131031,830-32% 954,124$635,327$19,044,3156
11/10/20131529,408-8% 983,532$586,984$19,631,2997
11/17/20131822,961-22% 1,006,493$458,302$20,089,6008
11/24/20132917,234-25% 1,023,727$343,991$20,433,5919
12/8/20132011,021 1,071,163$225,049$21,404,05511
12/15/20132823,851+116% 1,095,014$483,937$21,887,99212

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
9/29/201311,004,320 1,004,320$32,238,672$32,238,6721
10/6/20133172,325-83% 1,176,645$5,734,992$37,973,6642
10/13/2013588,020-49% 1,264,665$3,089,495$41,063,1593
10/20/2013582,397-6% 1,347,062$2,965,472$44,028,6314
10/27/2013747,405-42% 1,394,467$1,706,097$45,734,7285
11/3/2013927,314-42% 1,421,781$983,049$46,717,7776
11/10/20131123,768-13% 1,445,549$855,404$47,573,1817
11/17/20131020,245-15% 1,465,795$728,635$48,301,8168

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Cast

Robert Downey, Jr.    Tony Stark/Iron Man
Gwyneth Paltrow    Pepper Potts
Don Cheadle    James 'Rhodey' Rhodes
Guy Pearce    Aldrich Killian
Ben Kingsley    The Mandarin
Rebecca Hall    Dr. Maya Hansen
Stephanie Szostak    Ellen Brandt
James Badge Dale    Eric Savin
Jon Favreau    Happy Hogan
William Sadler    U.S. President
Miguel Ferrer    U.S. Vice President
Paul Bettany    JARVIS (voice)
Ty Broussard   
Dale Dickey   

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Shane Black
Screenwriter    Drew Pearce
Screenwriter    Shane Black
Producer    Kevin Feige
Executive Producer    Stan Lee
Executive Producer    Dan Mintz
Executive Producer    Alan Fine
Executive Producer    Charles Newirth
Executive Producer    Victoria Alonso
Executive Producer    Stephen Broussard
Executive Producer    Louis D'Esposito
Executive Producer    Jon Favreau
Director of Photography    John Toll
Production Designer    Bill Brzeski
Editor    Jeffrey Ford
Editor    Peter S. Elliot
Costume Designer    Louise Frogley
Visual Effects Supervisor    Christopher Townsend
Music Supervisor    Dave Jordan
Composer    Brian Tyler
Casting    Sarah Halley Finn
Supervising Art Director    Desma Murphy
Art Director    Jay Pelissier
Art Director    Alan Hook
Art Director    Brian Stultz
Set Decorator    Danielle Berman
Sound Mixer    Jose Antonio Garcia
Sound Mixer    Peter Devlin
Supervising Sound Editor    Mark P. Stoeckinger
Re-recording Mixer    Mike Prestwood Smith
Re-recording Mixer    Michael Keller
Stunt Coordinator    Jeff Habberstad
Stunt Coordinator    Markos Rounthwaite
Assistant Director    Lars P. Winther
Second Unit Director    Brian Smrz
Visual Effects Supervisor    Guy Williams
Visual Effects Supervisor    Erik Nash
Visual Effects Supervisor    Dan Sudick
Sound Editor    Dan Hegeman

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