Kingdom of Heaven

Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $94,690,422Details
International Box Office $171,454,940
Worldwide Box Office $266,145,362
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Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics
39% - Rotten
Audience
72% - Upright

Movie Details

Production Budget:$110,000,000
Theatrical Release: May 6th, 2005 (Wide) by 20th Century Fox
Video Release: October 11th, 2005 by Fox Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: R for strong violence and epic warfare
Keywords: Religious
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Adventure
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Historical Fiction

DVD Releases for November 14, 2006

With Thanksgivings just around the corner, there are a lot of releases coming out this week. You see, every time this year there's a media report that the day after Thanksgiving is the biggest shopping day of the year. However, this is not true. Christmas Eve is actually the biggest shopping day of the year (talk about last minute gifts). Even so, Thanksgiving is still a massively important time of the year and there's no surprise that studios are trying to get out as many gift ideas as possible just in time for the holiday rush. With that in mind, there are several full series sets coming out this week, including DVD Pick of the Week contender Get Smart - The Complete Series - Buy Direct. However, when it comes to the winner, there's really only one choice and that is Looney Tunes - Golden Collection - Volume Four - Buy from Amazon. More...

Millions of Cheap People on the Home Market

Cheaper by the Dozen 2 opened its home market run with an easily win pulling in $7.24 million during its first week of release. That's probably enough for the film to show a profit, something it just missed doing during its worldwide theatrical run. More...

DVD Releases for May 23, 2006

It was a big week for DVD releases, but most of them were of the older variety and there were no recent, high-quality, box office hits in the mix. I was tempted to go with Patton - Special Edition as the DVD Pick of the Week, but in the end went with Transamerica - Buy from Amazon instead. More...

Batman Begins New Slump on the Home Market

While Batman Begins had the best start in a long time, that wasn't enough for the video market to keep up with last year's pace. It brought in $10.38 million in DVD rentals and $970,000 in VHS rentals for a total of $11.34 million. More...

Kingdom\'s Start far from Heavenly

Kingdom of Heaven was able to capture top spot on the home market rental numbers with $7.24 million in DVD rentals and $540,000 in VHS rentals for a combined total of $7.78 million. However, while these numbers were enough for the film to finish in first place, it was still not a great start, especially when taking into account the film's massive production budget. More...

DVD Releases for October 11, 2005

Every week films get a second chance at success from the home market; or, in some cases, a first chance at success. Here is a list of wide releases, limited releases, classics and a few from the growing TV on DVD section. This week there are four first-run releases, but not one is worthy of being the DVD Pick of the Week, so again it is the TV on DVD category comes to the rescue. Arrested Development - The Complete Second Season - Buy from Amazon is the best bet this week but Veronica Mars - The Complete First Season - Buy from Amazon is also well worth picking up. More...

Corrected - Ruling the International Box Office

Just when the International Details column was getting back to normal we have another film dominating the international scene. Mr. and Mrs. Smith led in nearly every major / midlevel market and those it didn't were mostly owned by Revenge of the Sith. Because of that there isn't as much news to tell as usual, and with Batman Begins opening worldwide this weekend and in two weeks, War of the Worlds doing the same, this trend will last until mid-July at the earliest. More...

Sith Still Dominating International, Hits Yet Another Milestone

Revenge of the Sith's drop-offs were much shallower this weekend, which helped the film reach another milestone. Overall the added $38.5 million on 10,586 screens in 105 markets, pushing its international number to $308.4 million, virtually tied with its domestic total. The film is now in the Top 40 on the all-time international charts and Top 30 on the all-time worldwide charts. Compared to the rest of the Star Wars films, Revenge of the Sith is already ahead of Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi and should top Attack of the Clones by this time next week. It has a reasonable shot at eventually toppling A New Hope, but unless something freaky happens The Phantom Menace will remain the highest grossing entry in the franchise. (Which is ironic, since it is widely regarded as the weakest film.) More...

Half a Billion for Sith

Revenge of the Sith saw massive drop-offs in nearly every market, but still managed an easy first place finish with $61.5 million on 10,586 screens, The film now has $246.2 million internationally and $501.8 million at the end of Sunday. The film's only opening this week came in South Korea where the film earned an impressive $3.8 million at 306 screens, but its biggest single markets continue to be the U.K. with $9.9 million on 485 screens, more than 7 times its nearest competitor. More...

Sith Steal the Show

Revenge of the Sith dominated nearly every market it opened in and in most of them it was the only new film in the top ten. Because of this there's almost no international details to report and those details that are available are single market releases. More...

Records Will Fall!

Summer finally begins tonight at midnight with the release of Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith, which should be the biggest movie of the year. The real question is how big will the movie be? More...

Heaven\'s Kingdom Divided in Half

Kingdom of Heaven couldn't maintain its opening weekend numbers as it plummeted 49% to $27.2 million on 6700 screens in 98 markets for a two week total of $88.9 million. Had the film earned that during its first weekend of release its future would have looked rather rosy, but as it is now it was have a real hard time making back its production budget. The film's biggest market continues to be Germany, where the film fell 46% to $3.4 million on 848 screens, it fell 40% in the U.K. to $2.9 million on 446 screens and 33% in Spain to $3.3 million on 435 screens. Kingdom of Heaven had only one opening over the weekend, a $2.4 million debut in Japan on 492 screens and only has one more opening to go in China. The film's international run is a lot closer to Van Helsing's than Troy's, which should result in a $150 million to $200 million international total. More...

Another Unlucky Weekend

Friday the 13th proved to be an unlucky omen as the box office continued its slump. We did see a massive 17.3% increase from last weekend, but more importantly 9.5% drop-off from the same time last year, which is the 12th down weekend in a row. As for year-to-date, 2004 has brought in $2.715 billion, off 7% from the same time last year. More...

Will it be a Record Breaking Weekend?

Summer is officially starting ... in 6 days. That's when Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith begins. In the meantime we have to suffer through another sub-par weekend, which could result in a record-breaking slump. On the other hand, there are four films opening wide, or at least wide enough to make it into the top ten, but only two of those films have a shot at top spot. More...

Heaven Sent

The summer box office season got off to a decidedly ambivalent start this weekend with the nearly worldwide launch of Kingdom of Heaven; the film opened in 100 markets on 6,500 screens and pulled in a middling $53.8 million. The obvious comparison is with fellow historical epic, Troy; that film brought in $54.7 million 6,722 screens in 47 markets in its first foray on the international scene. Kingdom of Heaven's biggest debut came in Germany where the film earned $6.4 million on 842 (including sneak peaks), while the film also did solid business in Spain ($4.9 million on 435 screens), U.K. ($4.8 million on 443), France ($4.5 million), South Korea ($4 million on 333 screens) and Italy ($3.1 million on 616). While the film will almost assuredly repeat as international champion next weekend (there are no massive openings scheduled), the future isn't that rosy for Kingdom of Heaven. It only has two significant markets left to open in, China and Japan, and should quickly fall down the charts as more summer blockbusters hit the international markets. The film needs about $350 million worldwide to show a profit for its theatrical release, but that seems unlikely at this point. Not out of the question, just unlikely. More...

Isn\'t It Summertime?

So much for Summer beginning during the first full weekend of May. To say Summer started slowly is an understatement of Epic proportions. The weekend box office was down by 3.8% on a week-to-week basis while last year saw a 7.2% increase over the same time period. And even worse, the weekend was down 21.7% from 2004; it was also the eleventh weekend in a row that the box office saw a yearly decline, tying the old record set in 2000. Total box office was just $87 million, the fifth weekend in a row that the box office was sub-$100 million, the longest such stretch since fall 2001. Year-to-date, 2005's box office has hit $2.582 billion, 7% behind the same 2004 and it might not get much better next weekend. More...

It\'s Summertime!

After a long, slow Spring we're finally in the prime summer box office season. There's two conflicting forces at work this weekend, both of which are fueled by the slump the box office is in. There's a palatable sense of ennui the moviegoers have; they aren't excited about movies since there's been very little to be excited about. This will keep some of them away this weekend because they stopped paying attention to the movies and don't know what's playing. This will also mean there's a pent-up desire to see a big summertime movie and some will flock to the cinemas regardless of their interest in the particular movie. Which force wins out will have a large effect this weekend, and will impact the rest of the summer. More...

Movie Website Updates for April 29 - May 5

During the past week promotional websites for several movies were launched and some older ones added additional content. Here the list of this week's releases, a couple of new sites and few updates. Slow week with most of the sites being merely average or too early in their development to tell if the film is an award winning site or not. So in the end I decided not to hand out the award to any site. Hopefully next week things will pick up. More...

2005 Preview: May

May! The beginning of the lucrative Summer Box Office Season! I know what you're thinking, summer doesn't really begin till mid-June, but for the movie industry summer official begins on the Memorial Day long weekend, and just between you and me, it unofficial begins on the first full weekend of the month. So that means every weekend there's a monster release - one that has people excited since it was first announced. This month such films include Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith and ... hold on a second, I'll think of another ... Nope. That's pretty much the only monster film being released this May. Don't get me wrong, every week there's a potential $100 million hit being released, but that's nothing compared to 2003 when 4 films released in May hit $200 million and two others made $100 million. More...

Movie Website Updates for April 22 - April 28

During the past week promotional websites for several movies were launched and some older ones added additional content. Here the list of this week's releases, a couple of new sites and few updates, including this week's winner, Unleashed - Official Site. More...

Movie Website Launches for April 8 - April 14

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Movie Websites Launches for December 24 - December 30

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New Movie Release Dates

This week's new batch of movie release dates sees the studios start to position themselves for blockbuster performances in Summer 2005, and do some shuffling around of less ambitious releases in 2004. Among movies with new or moved dates: a remake of The Longest Yard, a revival of The Pink Panther, an adaptation of TV's Bewitched, Tarantino's Kill Bill: Volume 2 and many more. More...

New Movie Release Dates

After a break for the Holidays, Hollywood is back in action again, shuffling around another batch of movie release dates. This week's shuffle includes, among others, new dates for Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen, Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story, Garfield, John Grisham's Skipping Christmas, J.M. Barrie's Neverland, Kingdom of Heaven and Little Black Book. If you know of any other new release information, please email us at releases@the-numbers.com. More...

Cast

Orlando Bloom    Balian
Eva Green    Sibylla
Jeremy Irons    Tiberias
David Thewlis    Hospitaller
Brendan Gleeson    Reynald
Marton Csokas    Guy De Lesignan
Liam Neeson    Godfrey
Michael Sheen    Priest
Ghassan Massoud    Saladin
Alexander Siddig    Nasir
Khaled Nabawy    Mullah
Kevin McKidd    English Sergeant
Velibor Topic    Almaric
Jon Finch    Patriarch
Ulrich Thomsen    Templar Master
Nikolaj Coster-Waldau    Village Sheriff
Martin Hancock    Gravedigger
Nathalie Cox    Balian's Wife
Eric Ebouaney    Firuz
Jouko Ahola    Odo
Philip Glenister    Squire
Bronson Webb    Apprentice
Steven Robertson    Angelic Priest
Moustapha Touki    Saracen Knight
Michael Shaeffer    Young Sergeant
Nasser Memarzia    Muslim Grandee
Edward Norton    King Baldwin
Lofti Yahya Jedidi    Old Ibelin Housekeeper
Samira Draa    Sibylla's Maid
Matthew Rutherford    Rider
Michael Fitzgerald    Humphrey
Karim Saleh    Saracen Messenger
Shane Attwooll    Reynald's Templar Knight
Giannina Facio    Saladin's Sister
Emilio Doorgasingh    Saracen Engineer
Peter Cant    Peasant Boy
Angus Wright    Richard's Knight
Iain Glen    Richard Coeur De Lion

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Ridley Scott
Screenwriter    William Monahan
Producer    Ridley Scott
Executive Producer    Branko Lustig
Executive Producer    Lisa Ellzey
Executive Producer    Terry Needham
Production Designer    Arthur Max
Editor    Dody Dorn
Composer    Harry Gregson-Williams
Director of Photography    John Mathieson
Co-Producer    Mark Albela
Co-Producer    Denise O'Dell
Co-Producer    Henning Molfenter
Co-Producer    Thierry Potok
Associate Producer    Teresa Kelly
Associate Producer    Ty Warren
Line Producer    Jose Luis Escolar
Line Producer    Karim Abouobayd
Assistant Director    Adam Somner
Second Unit Director    Hugh Johnson
Unit Production Manager    Branko Lustig
Production Manager    Bruce Devan
Production Manager    Emily Stillman
Production Supervisor    Kimberley Ann Berdy
Supervising Art Director    Marco Trentini
Supervising Art Director    John King
Art Director    Alessandro Alberti
Art Director    Maria Teresa Barbasso
Art Director    Gianni Giovagnoni
Set Decorator    Sonja Klaus
Set Decorator    Michael Britton
Set Decorator    Karen Wakefield
Second Unit Camera    Hugh Johnson
Costume Designer    Janty Yates
Costume Supervisor    Clare Spragge
Associate Editor    Keith Brachmann
Sound Mixer    David Stephenson
Re-recording Mixer    Michael Minkler
Re-recording Mixer    Myron Nettinga
Re-recording Mixer    Richard Street
Re-recording Mixer    Esther Smith
Re-recording Mixer    Mike Dowson
Re-recording Mixer    Mark Taylor
Supervising Sound Editor    Per Hallberg
Sound Effects Editor    Oliver Tarney
Sound Effects Editor    James Harrison
Sound Effects Editor    Sue Lenny
Sound Effects Editor    Bryan Bowen
Sound Effects Editor    Martin Cantwell
Dialogue Editor    Simon Chase
Dialogue Editor    Colin Ritchie
Make up    Paul Engelen
Hairstylist    Aldo Signoretti
Special Make-up Effects    Neil Corbould
Make-up and Prosthetic Effects Designer    David White
Make-up and Prosthetic Effects Designer    Rob Mayor
Additional Music    Stephen Barton
Music Supervisor    Marc Streitenfeld
Casting Director    Debra Zane
Casting Director    Jina Jay
Stunt Coordinator    Phil Neilson

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2005/05/06 1 $7,147,738   3,216 $2,223   $7,147,738 1
2005/05/07 1 $7,261,033 +2% 3,216 $2,258   $14,408,771 2
2005/05/08 1 $5,227,225 -28% 3,216 $1,625   $19,635,996 3
2005/05/09 1 $1,703,271 -67% 3,216 $530   $21,339,267 4
2005/05/10 1 $1,504,523 -12% 3,216 $468   $22,843,790 5
2005/05/11 1 $1,337,384 -11% 3,216 $416   $24,181,174 6
2005/05/12 1 $1,290,736 -3% 3,216 $401   $25,471,910 7
2005/05/13 4 $2,817,707 +118% 3,219 $875   $28,289,617 8
2005/05/14 4 $4,070,895 +44% 3,219 $1,265   $32,360,512 9
2005/05/15 4 $2,736,907 -33% 3,219 $850   $35,097,419 10
2005/05/16 4 $812,483 -70% 3,219 $252   $35,909,902 11
2005/05/17 4 $753,349 -7% 3,219 $234   $36,663,251 12
2005/05/18 3 $611,461 -19% 3,219 $190   $37,274,712 13
2005/05/19 6 $406,495 -34% 2,870 $142   $37,681,207 14
2005/05/20 7 $978,549 +141% 2,808 $348   $38,659,756 15
2005/05/21 6 $1,431,012 +46% 2,808 $510   $40,090,768 16
2005/05/22 6 $1,127,640 -21% 2,808 $402   $41,218,408 17
2005/05/23 6 $485,206 -57% 2,808 $173   $41,703,614 18
2005/05/24 6 $381,107 -21% 2,808 $136   $42,084,721 19
2005/05/25 6 $347,214 -9% 2,808 $124   $42,431,935 20
2005/05/26 6 $392,296 +13% 2,808 $140   $42,824,231 21
2005/05/27 9 $436,454 +11% 1,328 $329   $43,260,685 22
2005/05/28 8 $639,338 +46% 1,328 $481   $43,900,023 23
2005/05/29 9 $615,778 -4% 1,328 $464   $44,515,801 24
2005/05/30 9 $512,950 -17% 1,328 $386   $45,028,751 25
2005/05/31 8 $184,283 -64% 1,327 $139   $45,213,034 26
2005/06/01 9 $145,636 -21% 1,328 $110   $45,358,670 27
2005/06/02 9 $151,654 +4% 1,328 $114   $45,510,324 28
2005/06/03 12 $169,391 +12% 571 $297   $45,679,715 29
2005/06/04 12 $248,858 +47% 571 $436   $45,928,573 30
2005/06/05 12 $188,826 -24% 571 $331   $46,117,399 31
2005/06/06 - $70,487 -63% 571 $123   $46,187,886 32
2005/06/07 - $76,796 +9% 571 $134   $46,264,682 33
2005/06/08 - $76,314 -1% 571 $134   $46,340,996 34
2005/06/09 - $75,850 -1% 571 $133   $46,416,846 35
2005/06/10 - $61,115 -19% 257 $238   $46,477,961 36
2005/06/11 - $90,620 +48% 257 $353   $46,568,581 37
2005/06/12 - $57,065 -37% 257 $222   $46,625,646 38
2005/06/13 - $25,453 -55% 257 $99   $46,651,099 39
2005/06/14 - $24,868 -2% 257 $97   $46,675,967 40
2005/06/15 - $14,874 -40% 257 $58   $46,690,841 41
2005/06/16 - $14,505 -2% 257 $56   $46,705,346 42
2005/06/17 - $32,912 +127% 191 $172   $46,738,258 43
2005/06/18 - $47,658 +45% 191 $250   $46,785,916 44
2005/06/19 - $34,266 -28% 191 $179   $46,820,182 45
2005/06/20 - $14,807 -57% 191 $78   $46,834,989 46
2005/06/21 - $15,630 +6% 191 $82   $46,850,619 47
2005/06/22 - $13,174 -16% 191 $69   $46,863,793 48
2005/06/23 - $13,139 n/c 191 $69   $46,876,932 49
2005/06/24 - $27,283 +108% 189 $144   $46,904,215 50
2005/06/25 - $38,682 +42% 189 $205   $46,942,897 51
2005/06/26 - $29,587 -24% 189 $157   $46,972,484 52
2005/06/27 - $14,416 -51% 189 $76   $46,986,900 53
2005/06/28 - $16,483 +14% 189 $87   $47,003,383 54
2005/06/29 - $12,614 -23% 189 $67   $47,015,997 55
2005/06/30 - $14,190 +12% 189 $75   $47,030,187 56
2005/07/01 - $17,072 +20% 120 $142   $47,047,259 57
2005/07/02 - $22,452 +32% 120 $187   $47,069,711 58
2005/07/03 - $18,645 -17% 120 $155   $47,088,356 59
2005/07/04 39 $13,399 -28% 120 $112   $47,101,755 60
2005/07/05 - $10,819 -19% 120 $90   $47,112,574 61
2005/07/06 - $9,774 -10% 120 $81   $47,122,348 62
2005/07/07 - $9,323 -5% 120 $78   $47,131,671 63
2005/07/08 - $14,423 +55% 120 $120   $47,146,094 64
2005/07/09 - $21,221 +47% 120 $177   $47,167,315 65
2005/07/10 - $16,043 -24% 120 $134   $47,183,358 66
2005/07/11 - $8,886 -45% 120 $74   $47,192,244 67
2005/07/12 - $9,547 +7% 120 $80   $47,201,791 68
2005/07/13 - $8,799 -8% 120 $73   $47,210,590 69
2005/07/14 - $8,575 -3% 120 $71   $47,219,165 70
2005/07/15 - $11,195 +31% 80 $140   $47,230,360 71
2005/07/16 - $15,615 +39% 80 $195   $47,245,975 72
2005/07/17 - $13,080 -16% 80 $164   $47,259,055 73
2005/07/18 - $5,645 -57% 80 $71   $47,264,700 74
2005/07/19 - $6,753 +20% 80 $84   $47,271,453 75
2005/07/20 - $6,202 -8% 80 $78   $47,277,655 76
2005/07/21 - $6,190 n/c 80 $77   $47,283,845 77
2005/07/22 - $8,164 +32% 57 $143   $47,292,009 78
2005/07/23 - $10,618 +30% 57 $186   $47,302,627 79
2005/07/24 - $8,301 -22% 57 $146   $47,310,928 80
2005/07/25 - $3,857 -54% 57 $68   $47,314,785 81
2005/07/26 - $4,633 +20% 57 $81   $47,319,418 82
2005/07/27 - $3,621 -22% 57 $64   $47,323,039 83
2005/07/28 - $3,670 +1% 57 $64   $47,326,709 84
2005/07/29 - $4,000 +9% 33 $121   $47,330,709 85
2005/07/30 - $5,462 +37% 33 $166   $47,336,171 86
2005/07/31 - $4,465 -18% 33 $135   $47,340,636 87
2005/08/01 - $2,663 -40% 33 $81   $47,343,299 88
2005/08/02 - $2,817 +6% 33 $85   $47,346,116 89
2005/08/03 - $2,443 -13% 33 $74   $47,348,559 90
2005/08/04 - $2,484 +2% 33 $75   $47,351,043 91
2005/08/05 - $3,904 +57% 32 $122   $47,354,947 92
2005/08/06 - $5,834 +49% 32 $182   $47,360,781 93
2005/08/07 - $3,984 -32% 32 $125   $47,364,765 94
2005/08/08 - $1,484 -63% 32 $46   $47,366,249 95
2005/08/09 - $2,162 +46% 32 $68   $47,368,411 96
2005/08/10 - $1,898 -12% 32 $59   $47,370,309 97
2005/08/11 - $2,001 +5% 32 $63   $47,372,310 98

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2005/05/06 1 $19,635,996   3,216 $6,106   $19,635,996 3
2005/05/13 4 $9,625,509 -51% 3,219 $2,990   $35,097,419 10
2005/05/20 6 $3,537,201 -63% 2,808 $1,260   $41,218,408 17
2005/05/27 9 $1,691,570 -52% 1,328 $1,274   $44,515,801 24
2005/06/03 12 $607,075 -64% 571 $1,063   $46,117,399 31
2005/06/10 22 $208,800 -66% 257 $812   $46,625,646 38
2005/06/17 27 $114,836 -45% 191 $601   $46,820,182 45
2005/06/24 31 $95,552 -17% 189 $506   $46,972,484 52
2005/07/01 45 $58,169 -39% 120 $485   $47,088,356 59
2005/07/08 48 $51,687 -11% 120 $431   $47,183,358 66
2005/07/15 47 $39,890 -23% 80 $499   $47,259,055 73
2005/07/22 57 $27,083 -32% 57 $475   $47,310,928 80
2005/07/29 69 $13,927 -49% 33 $422   $94,632,645 87
2005/08/05 71 $13,722 -1% 32 $429   $94,656,774 94
2005/08/12 80 $6,271 -54% 16 $392   $94,670,590 101
2005/08/19 92 $2,876 -54% 9 $320   $94,678,424 108
2005/08/26 89 $5,816 +102% 9 $646   $94,688,707 115

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