Knocked Up

Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $148,761,765Details
International Box Office $70,392,725
Worldwide Box Office $219,154,490
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $120,890,040 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $120,890,040
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
90% - Certified Fresh
Audience
83% - Upright

Movie Details

Production Budget:$27,500,000
Domestic Releases: June 1st, 2007 (Wide) by Universal
Video Release: September 25th, 2007 by Universal Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: R for sexual content, drug use and language
Keywords: Romance, Judd Apatow Buddy Comedy, Relationship Advice, Unexpected Families, Delayed Adulthood
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Romantic Comedy
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: Universal Pictures, Judd Apatow

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DVD Releases for September 30, 2008

A much smaller list of films on this week's list. How small? It fit on one page. This is mainly for two reasons. One, I didn't get to the backlog of late arrivals. I hope to get a big chunk of them done for next week, but I have ten new releases to get through first. Secondly, the first of the summer monster hits came out this week, and Iron Man scared away a lot of the competition. Speaking of competition, there was quite a race for the DVD Pick of the Week with the Two-Disc Collector's Edition or Blu-ray release of Iron Man near the top of the list. As was the Judd Apatow Unrated Comedy Collection, also on Blu-ray. I couldn't decide which was better, so I'm giving the title of DVD Pick of the Week to both. Other contenders were Sports Night - The Complete Series 10th Anniversary Edition and Taxi to the Dark Side - Buy from Amazon, and Can't Hardly Wait, although the last one comes with a "Guilty Pleasure" warning. More...

Awards Season - Guilds Get into the Act

The final three guilds handed out their nominations over the past week and while most deal with television, there are a handful of theatrical nominations for each of the Directors Guild of America, the Producers Guild of America, and the Writers Guild of America. More...

DVD Sales - Shopping Season is Officially Over

Not a single DVD sold a million units or more this week, but there were three new releases to reach the top five on this week's sales chart. This includes Resident Evil: Extinction, which sold 856,000 units to place first with opening week revenue of $16.03 million. More...

2007 - Holiday Gift Guide - Part I

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International Details - Superbad Neither Super Nor Bad

Superbad climbed into sixth place with $4.26 million on 1836 screens in 27 markets for a total of $31.79 million. Most of that growth came from Spain where the film debuted in second place with $2.24 million on 350 screens while it also opened in Brazil with $511,000 on 192 screens. The film doesn't have many major markets left to open in, but it has already earned more than most comparable films do during their entire run. More...

International Details - Another Bollywood Blockbuster

Bhool Bhulaiyaa became the latest in a long line of Indian films to strike it rich on the international box office as it scored sixth place with $4.59 million on 756 screens in 17 markets. The supernatural comedy even scored a top ten finish in Britain with $600,000 on 45 screens topping a few major Hollywood releases that week. More...

DVD Rentals - Another Surfer Scores First Place

New releases took three of the top five places including Surf's Up, which earned first place with $8.13 million. This is unusual since kids movies tend to place higher on the sales chart than the rental chart, but that was not the case here. More...

DVD Rentals - Four had Fantastic Start on the Rentals Chart

New releases were not very prominent on the DVD rental chart this week, but they did have two in the top five, including the overall champion, Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer, which made $9.46 million during its first week of release. More...

DVD Sales - Fantastic Four Rises to the Top

There was a battle for top spot on this week's DVD sales chart between two new releases. Both Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer's and The Jungle Book's respective studios claimed top prize, but in the end Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer outsold The Jungle Book 1.47 million to 1.28 million and also led in terms of dollars, $24.04 million to $19.18 million. More...

International Details - Winning by a Hair

Hairspray managed to climb into sixth place by the narrowest of margins earning $4.59 million on 2073 screens in 37 markets for a running tally of $54.35 million. This includes a third place, $1.36 million opening on 302 screens in Italy, which is close to its opening domestically, when you take into account the relative size of the two markets. On the other hand, many muscials prove to be difficult to market internationally and it was never likely that this film would match its domestic run. However, it has already made enough to be considered a financial success. More...

DVD Rentals - Competition Barely Bugs Knocked Up

New releases took the top two spots on the DVD rental chart with Knocked Up taking in $10.11 million during its opening week. More...

DVD Sales - Knocked Up Knocks Out Next Best Seller

New releases were not plentiful on the sales chart this week, but they did take the first two places. Leading the way was Knocked Up, which sold 2.29 million DVDs for first week sales of $43.87 million. (The studio has reported that it sold 3.5 million units, but this is likely the number of units shipped, not the number sold during its opening week.) More...

International Details - Ratatouille Serves Up an International Dish

Ratatouille opening in first place in South Africa this weekend earning $298,000 on 40 screens, which is very close to what The Simpsons Movie made in its opening there a few weeks ago. Its best market of the weekend remains France where it was down a mere 4% to $1.67 million on 655 screens over the weekend for a total of $58.63 million. At this pace, the film will reach $60 million by this time next week while topping Finding Nemo's total of nearly $65 million is increasingly in reach. Overall Ratatouille added $4.66 million on 2535 screens in 27 markets for a total of $216.42 million, which is more than Cars managed, and this film still has openings in Germany, U.K., Italy, and Scandinavia. More...

DVD Releases for September 25, 2007

The prime window for TV on DVD is closing, and the summer releases are starting to come out, so it is appropriate that the DVD Pick of the Week co-winners are one of each. This includes , Knocked Up - Unrated Collector's Edition and a belated win for Corner Gas - Season 4 - Buy from Amazon.ca. More...

International Details - Rush Hour Just Misses Going Five by Five

Rush Hour 3 missed spending its fifth week in fifth place by less than $4000 at $5.69 million on 2443 screens in 31 markets for a total of $69.71 million. This weekend the film opened in first place in Russia with $2.28 million on 385 screens while it had to settle for second place in Denmark with $485,000 on 41 screens over the weekend and $517,000 in total. More...

International Details - Chuck and Larry Hold of Late Charge by Die Hard

I Now Pronounce You Chuck & Larry soared into sixth place with $4.72 million on 1521 screens in 21 markets for a total of $14.61 million internationally. The film finally hit big in a non-English speaking market earning first place with $1.27 million on 364 screens in Russia, but was soft in its debuts in South Korea and Italy. In Italy it managed $683,000 on 198 screens, but that was a tiny fraction of the first place film, while in South Korea it managed just ninth place with $275,000 on 123 screens over the weekend and $312,000 in total. More...

International Details - Harry Potter has 900 Million Reasons to Celebrate

Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix may have fallen out of the top five, but it was able to cross $900 million worldwide since last week making it only the tenth film to do so. Over the weekend the film added $7.08 million on 4486 screens in 53 markets for a total of $626.30 million internationally, which places the film sixth place on that chart just $16 million behind Dead Man's Chest. There's not much to report for individual markets with the film down 43% during its second weekend in Greece adding $612,000 on 129 screens for a total of $2.91 million. Its best market remains Japan at $1.67 million on 605 screens over the weekend for a total of $75.18 million after seven weeks. Meanwhile, the film continues to march towards $100 million in the U.K. and after earning $796,000 on 306 screens over the weekend it now sits at $97.89 million in total. More...

International Details - Knocked Up Leaps Up

Knocked Up went from barely making the top 30 to nearly hitting the top five after adding $6.89 million on 1628 screens in 19 markets. The film now has a total of $25.54 million internationally while its worldwide total hit $173.34 million. To put this into perspective, The 40-Year Old Virgin earned $177.34 million and Knocked Up has yet to open in France, Spain, Italy, and many other significant markets. This week it did open in two major markets, the U.K. and Germany. In the former it had to settle for second place with $3.08 million on 423 screens while in the later it topped the charts with $2.11 million on 597 screens. In both markets this represents a small drop-off from The 40-Year Old Virgin, but the movie has already covered its total cost, so there's little reason to complain. More...

International Details - Summer Transforms into Fall

The Transformers fell out of the top five but still cracked 8 digits with $11.10 million on 54.92 screens in 52 markets for a total of $354.33 million. The film is mostly coasting on holdovers at the moment, but it did top the Polish market with $664,000 on 106 screens while its best market was Japan where it added $2.49 million on 592 screens over the weekend for a total of $23.98 million. More...

International Details - Die Hard still has Life Left

Live Free or Die Hard was knocked out of the top five but still earned $7.15 million on 317 screens in 29 markets for a total of $192.83 million. The film opened in first place in four markets, with the biggest being Brazil at $1.60 million on 352 screens over the weekend and $2.07 million in total. At this pace the film would hit $200 million this weekend, even if it didn't open in Australia, while it will top Die Hard with a Vengeance's worldwide total shortly. More...

International Details for May 18

No, this is not a repeat, May 18 is the name of a South Korean film that opened last weekend with $7.40 million on 534 screens over the weekend and $9.66 million in total. This was enough for first place finish in its native market and a sixth place finish internationally. More...

International Details - Transformers Remains Hair-raising

The Transformers held on strong dipping just 7% to $33.77 million on 4626 screens in 41 markets for a total of $192.44 million. This includes an estimated $6.4 million from previews in the U.K. The film's only major opening of the weekend was Mexico where it placed first with $5.46 million on 410 screens pushing Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix into second place. The Transformers also continued its amazing run in South Korea adding $3.12 million on 442 screens for a running tally of $46.21 million, which is like making $500 million here given the relative sizes of the two markets. More...

International Details - Harry Was Not the Only Film to Light Up the Charts

As expected, The Transformers fell to second place this week, what wasn't expected was how well it held on. The film was down a mere 23% to $36.13 million on 3667 screens in 31 markets for a total of $146.66 million internationally. The film opened in China with a record-setting $12.6 million on 300 screens over the first five days while it earned $498,000 on 71 in Greece and $258,000 from 28 in Israel. The film's best market so far has been South Korea where it has taken in $39.52 million in three weeks, including $5.76 million on 540 screens this past weekend. This is a record for a non-South Korean film and an unexpectedly strong performance. Additionally, the film has yet to open in a number of major markets including the U.K., Japan, France, and Mexico and should hit $300 million internationally and $600 million worldwide, if not more. More...

International Details - Pirates Still Have Some Fight Left in Them

Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End remained in sixth place with $8.94 million on 5442 screens in 101 markets for a total of $624.93 million. Internationally the film is in fifth place all-time and should top Dead Man's Chest shortly. Worldwide, it is also in fifth place but Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone's $974.56 million seems safe. As for At World's End's individual markets, the U.K. is still ahead of Japan $80.06 million to $77.58 million. However, Japan is catching up $2.28 million on 674 screens compared to just $738,000 on 357 in the U.K. At this pace Japan will need just two weeks to become the film's biggest draw. More...

Evan Makes Executives Uptighty

The box office was off last year's pace, again, this time it is mainly due to the box office struggles of the overall box office leader, Evan Almighty, which missed lowered expectations. Overall the industry added $132 million over the weekend, which was down 9% from last weekend and 6% from the same weekend last year. It is not time to panic, yet, but if we don't see the box office rebound over the next few weeks, industry talk will switch from the big hits to the misses, and that tends to worsen a depressed market even more. More...

Will Evan be Almighty, or just Alrighty?

A trio of new releases this week are led by Evan Almighty, but while that film has a clear shot at first place, the real question is whether the overall box office can avoid falling behind last year's pace. Last year's top 10 pulled in just under $125 million, which is certainly within reach, but far from a sure thing. More...

Four Fantastic over Father\'s Day

Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer set a record for best Father's Day opening and overall the box office reached just over $145 million, which was 7% more than last weekend. But that's still lower than the same weekend last year by just over 4%. On the one hand, the box office is still healthy and undoubtedly more records will fall this year. On the other hand, there are some troubling signs and perhaps the irrational exuberance is starting to wear off. More...

Summer Looking to Return to Fantastic Ways

After an amazing May, June has shown a bit of weakness and the summer has fallen off its record-setting pace. Things look to turn-around thanks to a super-hero sequel and the buzz suggests Fantastic Four franchise should be up to the task of rescuing a slumping box office, again. More...

Ocean\'s Luck Runs Out

After three monster hits, it appears moviegoers might be undergoing some type of blockbuster fatigue. All three new releases wilted under the pressure at the weekend. Overall, the box office still increased from last week, but it was up less than 1% to $136 million and compared to the same weekend last year it was down 11%. Worse yet, 2007 has fallen below 2004's record setting pace for the summer season and that year wasn't as front-loaded as this year. On the bright side, we still have a tremendous number of potential $100 million movies and that's one record that is still within reach. More...

Will 13 Be Lucky for Ocean?

Moviegoers craving originality this weekend might have to look somewhere other than the wide releases. We have the third movie in a trilogy, a sequel, and the second digitally animated penguin picture to open within a year. Even so, all three have enough strength that the overall box office should maintain its strong pace when compared to last year. More...

Pirates Hit Hard but not Knocked Out

The post-holiday weekend saw a massive collapse at the box office, with receipts down 34% to $135 million. However, that collapse was entirely predictable. On the other hand, the film market fell below the same weekend last year, which is a lot more troublesome. Granted, the drop-off is less than one percent, and year-to-date 2007 is still showing strong growth, but it is concerning nonetheless. More...

New Releases have Limited Success on the Per Theater Chart

Only three films were able to crack into the $10,000 club on the per theater chart. The only new release to do so was Knocked Up, which was barely able to reach that figure with $10,690. Second place went to The Golden Door with $10,169, while the overall number one film, Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End, earned third place with $10,134. More...

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Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End topped the weekend chart comfortably, according to studio estimates released on Sunday. The swashbuckling adventure added an estimated $43.2 million to its tally, taking it to a healthy $216.5 million total gross in the US alone. But its weekend-to-weekend drop-off was over 60%, and $43 million is well behind most predictions. Although $300 million seems like a certainty (our projection has it reaching the mark after 23 or 24 days in release), anything beyond that is looking increasingly unlikely. More...

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A busy week for new sites with roughly a dozen making their first appearance on this week's list. However, it was a site making its last appearance, Knocked Up - Official Site, that was judged best-of-the-best. More...

2007 Preview: June

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Contest - Expecting a Bundle of Prizes

After three monster hits in four weeks, the box office returns to more modest fare but that doesn't mean our box office prediction contest is any less impressive. Our target movie this week, Knocked Up, is also the feature movie in our prizes with T-shirts, poster, etc. There's even a ping pong ball. (Nope, don't know why either.) The prize pack will be divided between the person who comes the closest to predicting the film's opening 3-day weekend (Friday to Sunday), without going over, and the person who comes the closest to the film's opening 3-day weekend (Friday to Sunday), without going under. In addition, the former will also win a copy of The 40-Year Old Virgin... slightly used. That's right, I've upgraded to the 2-disc special edition, so I'm giving away the Unrated Edition to one lucky contestant. Entries must be received by 10 a.m., Pacific Time on Friday to be eligible, so don't delay! More...

Movie Website Updates for May 6 - May 12, 2007

Not the best week for sites as there was only one that had even a chance of winning, Surf's Up - Official Site. There were a couple others that showed potential, but they will need a little more work to win. More...

Movie Website Updates for April 29 - May 5, 2007

Among the more than two-dozen films on this week's list, there were a few that came very close to winning the Weekly Website Award. Of the three, Spider-Man 3 - Official Site was probably the closest to winning, but in the end was brought down by high expectations. More...

Movie Website Updates for April 22 - April 28, 2007

It's a slow week in terms of the cream-of-the-crop sites. There are a few that look like they could be award-worthy once they have a few more updates, but for the most part this week we have a collection that is rather average. There was one stand-out site, Evan Almighty - Official Site, and it was the only choice for the Weekly Website Award. More...

Movie Website Updates for April 15 - April 21, 2007

There were a few new flash sites to launch this week, but while there might be a couple future winners among those sites, it was a long time resident on this week's list that walked away with top honors. That site was Hot Fuzz - Official Site, which probably could have won several weeks ago if the features were added all at once. However, it's much better to spread the updates out in order to get people coming back week after week. More...

Movie Website Updates for February 3 - February 9, 2007

Still waiting sites for the big summer blockbusters to come online. In the meantime, this week is relatively busy, but with only a couple sites that look like they could be award-worthy once the features are added. The best of the best, and I use that term loosely, is Norbit - Official Site with a site that could be more entertaining than the movie it promotes. More...

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Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2007/06/01 2 $9,804,465   2,871 $3,415   $9,804,465 1
2007/06/02 3 $11,254,320 +15% 2,871 $3,920   $21,058,785 2
2007/06/03 2 $9,632,205 -14% 2,871 $3,355   $30,690,990 3
2007/06/04 1 $4,435,695 -54% 2,871 $1,545   $35,126,685 4
2007/06/05 1 $4,119,885 -7% 2,871 $1,435   $39,246,570 5
2007/06/06 1 $3,631,815 -12% 2,871 $1,265   $42,878,385 6
2007/06/07 1 $3,345,555 -8% 2,871 $1,165   $46,223,940 7
2007/06/08 2 $6,197,789 +85% 2,877 $2,154   $52,421,729 8
2007/06/09 3 $7,837,100 +26% 2,877 $2,724   $60,258,829 9
2007/06/10 3 $5,608,200 -28% 2,877 $1,949   $65,867,029 10
2007/06/11 2 $2,689,065 -52% 2,877 $935   $68,556,094 11
2007/06/12 2 $2,558,425 -5% 2,877 $889   $71,114,519 12
2007/06/13 2 $2,445,225 -4% 2,877 $850   $73,559,744 13
2007/06/14 2 $2,387,080 -2% 2,877 $830   $75,946,815 14
2007/06/15 3 $4,505,850 +89% 2,907 $1,550   $80,452,665 15
2007/06/16 3 $5,683,185 +26% 2,907 $1,955   $86,135,850 16
2007/06/17 4 $3,880,845 -32% 2,907 $1,335   $90,016,695 17
2007/06/18 3 $2,180,250 -44% 2,907 $750   $92,196,945 18
2007/06/19 3 $2,165,715 -1% 2,907 $745   $94,362,660 19
2007/06/20 3 $2,020,365 -7% 2,907 $695   $96,383,025 20
2007/06/21 3 $1,963,225 -3% 2,907 $675   $98,346,250 21
2007/06/22 5 $3,450,845 +76% 2,972 $1,161   $101,797,095 22
2007/06/23 5 $4,343,500 +26% 2,972 $1,461   $106,140,595 23
2007/06/24 5 $3,183,250 -27% 2,972 $1,071   $109,323,845 24
2007/06/25 4 $1,547,000 -51% 2,972 $521   $110,870,845 25
2007/06/26 4 $1,501,335 -3% 2,975 $505   $112,372,180 26
2007/06/27 5 $1,315,140 -12% 2,972 $443   $113,687,320 27
2007/06/28 5 $1,302,110 -1% 2,972 $438   $114,989,430 28
2007/06/29 6 $2,305,225 +77% 2,686 $858   $117,294,655 29
2007/06/30 6 $2,864,875 +24% 2,686 $1,067   $120,159,530 30
2007/07/01 6 $2,132,225 -26% 2,686 $794   $122,291,755 31
2007/07/02 7 $1,052,675 -51% 2,686 $392   $123,344,430 32
2007/07/03 7 $1,110,000 +5% 2,686 $413   $124,450,000 33
2007/07/04 8 $1,330,410 +20% 2,181 $610   $125,787,150 34
2007/07/05 7 $1,079,595 -19% 2,181 $495   $126,866,745 35
2007/07/06 7 $1,659,750 +54% 2,181 $761   $128,526,495 36
2007/07/07 7 $2,002,765 +21% 2,181 $918   $130,529,260 37
2007/07/08 7 $1,560,165 -22% 2,181 $715   $132,089,425 38
2007/07/09 7 $697,095 -55% 2,213 $315   $132,786,520 39
2007/07/10 7 $674,965 -3% 2,213 $305   $133,461,485 40
2007/07/11 8 $565,290 -16% 2,213 $255   $134,026,775 41
2007/07/12 8 $513,995 -9% 2,213 $232   $134,540,770 42
2007/07/13 8 $1,077,300 +110% 1,709 $630   $135,618,070 43
2007/07/14 8 $1,513,350 +40% 1,709 $886   $137,131,420 44
2007/07/15 8 $1,085,850 -28% 1,709 $635   $138,217,270 45
2007/07/16 8 $504,450 -54% 1,710 $295   $138,721,720 46
2007/07/17 8 $547,200 +8% 1,710 $320   $139,268,920 47
2007/07/18 8 $590,125 +8% 1,710 $345   $139,859,045 48
2007/07/19 8 $547,200 -7% 1,710 $320   $140,406,245 49
2007/07/20 10 $721,280 +32% 1,284 $562   $141,127,525 50
2007/07/21 10 $946,680 +31% 1,284 $737   $142,074,205 51
2007/07/22 10 $624,680 -34% 1,284 $487   $142,698,885 52
2007/07/23 10 $328,440 -47% 1,288 $255   $143,027,325 53
2007/07/24 10 $308,800 -6% 1,288 $240   $143,336,125 54
2007/07/25 10 $296,240 -4% 1,288 $230   $143,632,365 55
2007/07/26 10 $302,985 +2% 1,288 $235   $143,935,350 56
2007/09/03 33 $50,700   260 $195   $148,170,675 95

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2007/06/01 2 $30,690,990   2,871 $10,690   $30,690,990 3
2007/06/08 3 $19,643,080 -36% 2,876 $6,830   $65,867,020 10
2007/06/15 3 $14,069,880 -28% 2,907 $4,840   $90,016,695 17
2007/06/22 5 $10,977,595 -22% 2,975 $3,690   $109,323,845 24
2007/06/29 6 $7,302,325 -33% 2,665 $2,740   $122,291,755 31
2007/07/06 7 $5,222,680 -28% 2,213 $2,360   $132,089,425 38
2007/07/13 8 $3,676,500 -30% 1,710 $2,150   $138,217,270 45
2007/07/20 10 $2,292,640 -38% 1,288 $1,780   $142,698,885 52
2007/07/27 14 $1,227,605 -46% 792 $1,550   $145,162,955 59
2007/08/03 19 $503,730 -59% 392 $1,285   $146,284,175 66
2007/08/10 21 $311,910 -38% 281 $1,110   $146,842,550 73
2007/08/17 23 $297,005 -5% 297 $1,000   $147,306,660 80
2007/08/24 29 $271,665 -9% 289 $940   $147,740,080 87
2007/08/31 32 $259,980 -4% 260 $1,000   $148,119,975 94
2007/09/07 33 $182,780 -30% 247 $740   $148,418,480 101
2007/09/14 38 $114,665 -37% 196 $585   $148,596,240 108
2007/09/21 45 $89,080 -22% 131 $680   $148,734,225 115

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
9/30/200713,014,626 3,014,626$57,446,713$57,446,7131
10/7/20073726,149-76% 3,740,775$13,926,739$71,373,4522
10/14/20076310,109-57% 4,050,884$5,892,908$77,266,3603
10/21/20078202,095-35% 4,252,979$4,216,732$81,483,0934
10/28/200712150,436-26% 4,403,415$3,174,846$84,657,9395
11/4/200710110,127-27% 4,513,542$2,333,789$86,991,7296
11/11/200712115,118+5% 4,628,660$2,431,557$89,423,2867
11/18/20071576,150-34% 4,704,810$1,613,177$91,036,4628
11/25/20078585,152+668% 5,289,962$6,998,886$98,035,3489

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Cast

Seth Rogen    Ben Stone
Katherine Heigl    Alison Scott
Leslie Mann    Debbie
Paul Rudd    Pete
Jason Segel    Jason
Martin Starr    Martin
Jay Baruchel    Jay
Jonah Hill    Jonah
Alan Tudyk    Jack
Harold Ramis    Ben's Dad
Joanna Kerns    Alison's Mom
Bill Hader    Brent
Kristen Wiig    Jill

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Judd Apatow
Screenwriter    Judd Apatow
Producer    Judd Apatow
Producer    Shauna Robertson
Producer    Clayton Townsend
Executive Producer    Seth Rogen
Executive Producer    Evan Goldberg
Cinematographer    Eric Edwards
Editor    Brent White
Editor    Craig Alpert
Composer    Loudon Wainwright
Composer    Joe Henry
Music Supervisor    Jonathan Karp
Production Designer    Jefferson Sage
Set Decorator    Chris L. Spellman
Costume Designer    Debra McGuire
Sound Designer    David MacMillan
Assistant Director    Matt Rebenkoff
Casting Director    Latrell Manuel