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Léon (1994)

Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $19,284,974Details
International Box Office $26,000,000Details
Worldwide Box Office $45,284,974
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Metrics

Latest Ranking on Cumulative Box Office Lists


Movie Details

Production Budget:$16,000,000
Domestic Releases: November 18th, 1994 (Wide) by Sony Pictures, released as The Professional
Video Release: November 17th, 2009 by Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, released as The Professional
MPAA Rating: R for scenes of strong graphic violence, and for language
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Keywords: Hitmen, Mafia, Corrupt Cops, Film Noir
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Thriller/Suspense
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Countries: France

Ranking on other Records and Milestones

RecordRankAmountChart
Date
Days In
Release
Thanksgiving (All Movies, 3-Day, Inflation Adjusted) 233 $7,983,950 Nov 25, 1994 10
Thanksgiving (All Movies, 5-Day, Inflation Adjusted) 274 $7,983,950 Nov 25, 1994 10

Cast

   Mathilda
Jean Reno    Leon
Danny Aiello    Tony
Gary Oldman    Norman Stansfield

Production and Technical Credits

Director   
Assistant Special Effects    Neil Corbould

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Domestic Cumulative Box Office Records


Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
1994/11/18 5 $5,306,558   1,158 $4,583   $5,306,558 3
1994/11/25 10 $3,765,840 -29% 1,220 $3,087   $11,663,155 10
1994/12/02 8 $2,305,878 -39% 1,220 $1,890   $15,036,004 17
1994/12/09 14 $902,729 -61% 1,187 $761   $16,714,319 24
1994/12/16 15 $456,383 -49% 640 $713   $17,501,715 31
1994/12/23 32 $174,082 -62% 270 $645   $18,005,937 38
1994/12/30 47 $78,876 -55% 69 $1,143   $18,053,634 45
1995/01/06 51 $38,492 -51% 77 $500   $18,106,921 52
1995/01/13 51 $30,045 -22% 59 $509   $18,145,849 59
1995/01/20 23 $302,994 +908% 466 $650   $18,452,606 66
1995/01/27 25 $277,269 -8% 403 $688   $18,815,607 73
1995/02/03 37 $109,216 -61% 156 $700   $19,005,853 80
1995/02/10 43 $77,448 -29% 100 $774   $19,125,311 87
1995/02/17 48 $85,544 +10% 65 $1,316   $19,259,956 94
1995/02/24 52 $17,039 -80% 39 $437   $19,284,974 101

Daily Box Office Performance

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
1994/11/18 5 $7,897,315   1,158 $6,820   $7,897,315 7
1994/11/25 8 $4,832,811 -39% 1,220 $3,961   $12,730,126 14
1994/12/02 8 $3,081,464 -36% 1,220 $2,526   $15,811,590 21
1994/12/09 14 $1,233,742 -60% 1,187 $1,039   $17,045,332 28
1994/12/16 18 $680,674 -45% 640 $1,064   $17,726,006 35
1994/12/23 33 $248,752 -63% 270 $921   $17,974,758 42
1994/12/30 45 $93,671 -62% 69 $1,358   $18,068,429 49
1995/01/06 46 $47,375 -49% 77 $615   $18,115,804 56
1995/01/13 47 $33,808 -29% 59 $573   $18,149,612 63
1995/01/20 23 $388,726 +1,050% 466 $834   $18,538,338 70
1995/01/27 25 $358,299 -8% 403 $889   $18,896,637 77
1995/02/03 37 $151,226 -58% 156 $969   $19,047,863 84
1995/02/10 42 $126,549 -16% 100 $1,265   $19,174,412 91
1995/02/17 48 $93,523 -26% 65 $1,439   $19,267,935 98