Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang

Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang poster
Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $4,235,837Details
International Box Office $8,870,000
Worldwide Box Office $13,105,837
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $6,914,060 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $6,914,060
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
84% - Certified Fresh
Audience
87% - Upright

Movie Details

Production Budget:$15,000,000
Domestic Releases: October 21st, 2005 (Limited) by Warner Bros.
Video Release: June 13th, 2006 by Warner Home Video
MPAA Rating: R for language, violence and sexuality/nudity.
Keywords: Film Noir, Private Investigator
Source:Based on Fiction Book/Short Story
Genre:Comedy
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: LAPI Productions, Inc.

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Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2005/11/22 10 $65,000   226 $288   $2,994,000 33
2006/01/02 56 $2,273   19 $120   $4,212,631 74

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2005/10/21 37 $180,660   8 $22,583   $180,660 3
2005/10/28 24 $337,990 +87% 52 $6,500   $595,177 10
2005/11/04 21 $396,808 +17% 80 $4,960   $1,143,500 17
2005/11/11 19 $785,842 +98% 169 $4,650   $2,107,243 24
2005/11/18 17 $502,246 -36% 226 $2,222   $2,873,848 31
2005/11/25 25 $341,281 -32% 168 $2,031   $3,441,350 38
2005/12/02 24 $239,497 -30% 154 $1,555   $3,790,852 45
2005/12/09 26 $139,213 -42% 170 $819   $4,026,657 52
2005/12/16 35 $45,495 -67% 81 $562   $4,135,793 59
2005/12/30 54 $13,538   19 $713   $4,210,358 73
2006/01/06 49 $17,386 +28% 18 $966   $4,235,837 80

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
6/18/20062077,682 77,682$1,392,061$1,392,0611
6/25/20062745,325-42% 123,007$809,958$2,202,0192
7/30/20063012,987 228,427$230,649$4,080,4717

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Cast

Robert Downey, Jr.    Harry Lockhart
Val Kilmer    Gay Perry
Michelle Monaghan    Harmony Faith Lane
Corbin Bernsen    Harlan Dexter
Dash Mihok    Mr. Frying Pan
Larry Miller    Dabney Shaw
Rockmond Dunbar    Mr. Fire
Shannyn Sossamon    Pink Hair Girl
Angela Lindvall    Flicka
Indio Falconer Downey    Harry Age 9
Ariel Winter    Harmony Age 7
Duane Carnahan    Chainsaw Kid
Josh Richman    Richie
Martha Hackett    Pistol Woman
Nancy Fish    NY Casting Woman
Bill McAdams, Jr.    NY Cop
Tanja Reichert    B-Movie Actress
Jake McKinnon    Creature
Stephanie Pearson    Teen Harmony
Chris Gilman    Protocop
Brendan Fehily    Local News Reporter
David Newsome    Agent Type
Judie Aronson    Gift Bag Girl
Ali Hillis    Marleah
Wiley Pickett    Homicide Cop
Joe Keyes    Lobby Cop
Bobby Tuttle    Hotel Concierge
Jake Eberle    Patrol Cop
Saida Rodriguez-Pagan    News Anchor
Lela Edgar    Party Girl
Daniel Browning Smith    Rubber Boy
Teresa Herrera    Newswoman
Kathy Lamkin    Woman in Hospital Blues
Evan Parke    Dexter Clinic Guard
Vincent Laresca    Aurelio
Brian Simpson    Dexter Goon
Cole McKay    Dexter Goon
Ben Bray    Dexter Goon
Harrison Young    Harmony's Dad

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Shane Black
Producer    Joel Silver
Story Creator    Shane Black
Screenwriter    Shane Black
Executive Producer    Susan Levin
Executive Producer    Steve Richards
Director of Photography    Michael Barrett
Production Designer    Aaron Osborne
Editor    Jim Page
Co-Producer    Carrie Morrow
Composer    John Ottman
Associate Producer    Jessica Alan
Assistant Director    Marco Black
Second Unit Director    Kurt Bryant
Unit Production Manager    Carrie Morrow
Art Director    Erin Cochran
Set Decorator    Jeannie Gunn
Second Unit Camera    John Aronson
Costume Designer    Christopher J. Kristoff
Costume Supervisor    Virginia Burton
Sound Mixer    Stephen A. Tibbo
Re-recording Mixer    Mike Casper
Re-recording Mixer    Dan Leahy
Re-recording Mixer    Dave Campbell
Supervising Sound Editor    Richard Adrian
Supervising Sound Editor    Mark Larry
Sound Effects Editor    Bill Dean
Dialogue Editor    Paul Hackner
Dialogue Editor    James Morioka
Music Editor    Amanda Goodpaster
Music Editor    Jeremy Raub
Make-up and Hair Designer    Scott Eddo
Make-up and Hair Designer    James R. Kail
Hairstylist    Sean Flanigan
Hairstylist    Francine Shermaine
Special Make-up Effects    Nelly Recchia
Special Make-up Effects    Robin Black
Special Make-up Effects    Lee Goyner
Special Make-up Effects    Ralis Kahn
Special Make-up Effects    Cale Thomas
Special Make-up Effects    Brenda Solomon
Music Producer    John Ottman
Music Supervisor    Randall Poster
Based in part on the novel "Bodies Are Where You Find Them"    Brett Halliday
Casting Director    Mary Gail Artz
Casting Director    Barbara Cohen