Live Free or Die Hard

Live Free or Die Hard poster
Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $134,529,403Details
International Box Office $249,002,061
Worldwide Box Office $383,531,464
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $101,124,865 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $101,124,865
Further financial details...

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

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics Certified FreshAudience Upright
Critics
82% - Certified Fresh
Audience
86% - Upright

Movie Details

Production Budget:$110,000,000
Theatrical Release: June 27th, 2007 (Wide) by 20th Century Fox
February 13th, 2013 (Special Engagement) by NCM Fathom
Video Release: November 20th, 2007 by Fox Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for intense sequences of violence and action, language and a brief sexual situation
Franchise: Die Hard
Keywords: Terrorism
Source:Based on Fiction Book/Short Story
Genre:Action
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: 20th Century Fox, Dune Entertainment, Ingenius Film Partners

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DVD Rentals - Waitress is Making a Living on the Home Market

Only one new releases managed to reach the top five leaving Live Free or Die Hard with a clear number one finish adding $10.26 million to its total of $22.68 million after two weeks of release. More...

DVD Sales - New Releases Die, Hard

There were no new releases to reach the top five on the sales chart this week and this left Live Free or Die Hard in first place with 716,000 units sold this week. That raises its total sales to 2.78 million units and $47.60 million. More...

DVD Rentals - Die Hard far from Free

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DVD Sales - Living for the Home Market

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International Details - Orphans Still Strong

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International Details - Knocked Up Leaps Up

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International Details - Summer Transforms into Fall

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International Details - Dragons Dominate South Korean Marketplace

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International Details - Die Hard still has Life Left

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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...

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Harry Potter and the Fanboy Effect

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Cast

Bruce Willis    John McClane
Justin Long    Matthew Farrell
Timothy Olyphant    Thomas Gabriel
Cliff Curtis    Bowman
Maggie Q    Mai Lihn
Mary Elizabeth Winstead    Lucy McClane
Kevin Smith    Warlock
Yancey Arias    Agent Johnson
Christina Chang    Taylor
Yorgo Constantine    Russo
Andrew Friedman    Casper
Sung Kang    Raj
Matthew O'Leary    Clay
Cyril Raffaelli    Rand
Jonathan Sadowski    Trey
Chris Ellis    Scalvino
Zeljko Ivanek    Molina
Rick Cramer    MP Rodriguez

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Len Wiseman
Screenwriter    Mark Bomback
Story Creator    Mark Bomback
Story Creator    David Marconi
Based on the article "A Farewell to Arms"    John Carlin
Character Creator    Roderick Thorp
Producer    Michael Fottrell
Executive Producer    Arnold Rifkin
Executive Producer    William Wisher
Co-Producer    Stephen James Eads
Cinematographer    Simon Duggan
Editor    Nicolas de Toth
Composer    Marco Beltrami
Production Designer    Patrick Tatopoulos
Supervising Art Director    Troy Sizemore
Art Director    Beat Frutiger
Art Director    James Hegedus
Set Designer    Greg Hooper
Set Designer    Geoff Hubbard
Set Designer    Anshuman Prasad
Set Decorator    Robert Gould
Costume Designer    Denise Wingate
Sound Mixer    Steve Nelson
Sound Designer    Cameron Frankley
Re-recording Mixer    Andy Nelson
Re-recording Mixer    Anna Behlmer
Visual Effects Supervisor    Patrick McClung
Special Effects Supervisor    Mike Neinardus
Stunt Coordinator    Brad Martin
Assistant Director    Dieter Busch
Second Unit Director    Brian Smrz
Second Unit Camera    Jonathan Taylor
Second Unit Camera    Gary Capo
Casting Director    Deborah Aquila
Casting Director    Tricia Wood

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2007/06/27 1 $9,111,638   3,172 $2,873   $9,111,638 1
2007/06/28 1 $5,916,933 -35% 3,172 $1,865   $15,028,571 2
2007/06/29 2 $10,512,186 +78% 3,408 $3,085   $25,540,757 3
2007/06/30 2 $12,727,963 +21% 3,408 $3,735   $38,268,720 4
2007/07/01 2 $10,129,410 -20% 3,408 $2,972   $48,398,130 5
2007/07/02 3 $4,276,961 -58% 3,408 $1,255   $52,675,091 6
2007/07/03 3 $4,440,899 +4% 3,408 $1,303   $57,115,990 7
2007/07/04 3 $5,954,819 +34% 3,408 $1,747   $63,070,809 8
2007/07/05 3 $3,623,165 -39% 3,408 $1,063   $66,693,974 9
2007/07/06 3 $5,450,250 +50% 3,411 $1,598   $72,144,224 10
2007/07/07 3 $6,888,116 +26% 3,411 $2,019   $79,032,340 11
2007/07/08 3 $5,391,783 -22% 3,411 $1,581   $84,424,123 12
2007/07/09 3 $2,179,298 -60% 3,411 $639   $86,603,421 13
2007/07/10 3 $2,071,116 -5% 3,411 $607   $88,674,537 14
2007/07/11 4 $1,746,301 -16% 3,411 $512   $90,420,838 15
2007/07/12 4 $1,622,607 -7% 3,411 $476   $92,043,445 16
2007/07/13 4 $3,243,006 +100% 3,201 $1,013   $95,286,451 17
2007/07/14 4 $4,646,044 +43% 3,201 $1,451   $99,932,495 18
2007/07/15 4 $3,390,085 -27% 3,201 $1,059   $103,322,580 19
2007/07/16 4 $1,420,385 -58% 3,201 $444   $104,742,965 20
2007/07/17 4 $1,485,296 +5% 3,201 $464   $106,228,261 21
2007/07/18 4 $1,488,768 n/c 3,201 $465   $107,717,029 22
2007/07/19 4 $1,449,199 -3% 3,201 $453   $109,166,228 23
2007/07/20 6 $2,173,605 +50% 2,727 $797   $111,339,833 24
2007/07/21 6 $2,878,001 +32% 2,727 $1,055   $114,217,834 25
2007/07/22 6 $2,050,032 -29% 2,727 $752   $116,267,866 26
2007/07/23 6 $927,666 -55% 2,727 $340   $117,195,532 27
2007/07/24 6 $916,021 -1% 2,727 $336   $118,111,553 28
2007/07/25 6 $837,247 -9% 2,727 $307   $118,948,800 29
2007/07/26 6 $828,861 -1% 2,727 $304   $119,777,661 30
2007/07/27 8 $1,641,657 +98% 2,271 $723   $121,419,318 31
2007/07/28 8 $2,336,539 +42% 2,271 $1,029   $123,755,857 32
2007/07/29 8 $1,640,532 -30% 2,271 $722   $125,396,389 33
2007/07/30 8 $690,779 -58% 2,271 $304   $126,087,168 34
2007/07/31 8 $666,865 -3% 2,271 $294   $126,754,033 35
2007/08/01 8 $646,077 -3% 2,271 $284   $127,400,110 36
2007/08/02 8 $645,397 n/c 2,271 $284   $128,045,507 37
2007/08/03 - $625,006 -3% 1,422 $440   $128,670,513 38
2007/08/04 - $899,271 +44% 1,422 $632   $129,569,784 39
2007/08/05 - $608,491 -32% 1,422 $428   $130,178,275 40
2007/08/06 12 $296,889 -51% 1,422 $209   $130,475,164 41
2007/08/07 12 $275,487 -7% 1,422 $194   $130,750,651 42
2007/08/08 - $229,678 -17% 1,422 $162   $130,980,329 43
2007/08/09 13 $222,793 -3% 1,422 $157   $131,203,122 44
2007/08/10 - $218,233 -2% 503 $434   $131,421,355 45
2007/08/11 - $288,246 +32% 503 $573   $131,709,601 46
2007/08/12 - $178,984 -38% 503 $356   $131,888,585 47
2007/08/13 - $85,983 -52% 503 $171   $131,974,568 48
2007/08/14 - $96,670 +12% 503 $192   $132,071,238 49
2007/08/15 - $92,325 -4% 503 $184   $132,163,563 50
2007/08/16 - $91,941 n/c 503 $183   $132,255,504 51
2007/08/17 - $120,727 +31% 503 $240   $132,376,231 52
2007/08/18 - $167,172 +38% 503 $332   $132,543,403 53
2007/08/19 - $105,917 -37% 503 $211   $132,649,320 54
2007/08/20 - $44,272 -58% 503 $88   $132,693,592 55
2007/08/21 - $49,150 +11% 503 $98   $132,742,742 56
2007/08/22 - $44,675 -9% 503 $89   $132,787,417 57
2007/08/23 - $45,754 +2% 503 $91   $132,833,171 58
2007/08/24 - $82,004 +79% 310 $265   $132,915,175 59
2007/08/25 - $121,790 +49% 310 $393   $133,036,965 60
2007/08/26 - $68,363 -44% 310 $221   $133,105,328 61
2007/08/27 - $29,675 -57% 310 $96   $133,135,003 62
2007/08/28 - $36,306 +22% 310 $117   $133,171,309 63
2007/08/29 - $34,040 -6% 310 $110   $133,205,349 64
2007/08/30 - $34,353 +1% 310 $111   $133,239,702 65
2007/08/31 - $74,160 +116% 269 $276   $133,313,862 66
2007/09/01 - $116,472 +57% 269 $433   $133,430,334 67
2007/09/02 - $111,007 -5% 269 $413   $133,541,341 68
2007/09/03 30 $72,875 -34% 269 $271   $133,614,216 69
2007/09/04 - $24,776 -66% 269 $92   $133,638,992 70
2007/09/05 - $22,632 -9% 269 $84   $133,661,624 71
2007/09/06 - $22,965 +1% 269 $85   $133,684,589 72
2007/09/07 - $61,531 +168% 280 $220   $133,746,120 73
2007/09/08 - $99,459 +62% 280 $355   $133,845,579 74
2007/09/09 - $51,702 -48% 280 $185   $133,897,281 75
2007/09/10 - $17,857 -65% 280 $64   $133,915,138 76
2007/09/11 - $20,759 +16% 280 $74   $133,935,897 77
2007/09/12 - $19,217 -7% 280 $69   $133,955,114 78
2007/09/13 - $18,547 -3% 280 $66   $133,973,661 79
2007/09/14 - $43,821 +136% 231 $190   $134,017,482 80
2007/09/15 - $66,724 +52% 231 $289   $134,084,206 81
2007/09/16 - $34,338 -49% 231 $149   $134,118,544 82
2007/09/17 - $11,643 -66% 231 $50   $134,130,187 83
2007/09/18 18 $13,437 +15% 231 $58   $134,143,624 84
2007/09/19 - $12,101 -10% 231 $52   $134,155,725 85
2007/09/20 - $12,309 +2% 231 $53   $134,168,034 86
2007/09/21 - $34,699 +182% 208 $167   $134,202,733 87
2007/09/22 - $56,335 +62% 208 $271   $134,259,068 88
2007/09/23 - $27,968 -50% 208 $134   $134,287,036 89
2007/09/24 - $10,541 -62% 208 $51   $134,297,577 90
2007/09/25 - $2,264 -79% 208 $11   $134,299,841 91
2007/09/26 - $11,727 +418% 208 $56   $134,311,568 92
2007/09/27 - $11,840 +1% 208 $57   $134,323,408 93
2007/09/28 - $21,059 +78% 155 $136   $134,344,467 94
2007/09/29 - $35,244 +67% 155 $227   $134,379,711 95
2007/09/30 - $17,305 -51% 155 $112   $134,397,016 96
2007/10/01 - $5,714 -67% 155 $37   $134,402,730 97
2007/10/02 - $6,519 +14% 155 $42   $134,409,249 98
2007/10/03 - $5,745 -12% 155 $37   $134,414,994 99
2007/10/04 - $6,093 +6% 155 $39   $134,421,087 100
2007/10/05 - $12,122 +99% 69 $176   $134,433,209 101
2007/10/06 - $19,478 +61% 69 $282   $134,452,687 102
2007/10/07 - $8,268 -58% 69 $120   $134,460,955 103
2007/10/08 - $3,662 -56% 69 $53   $134,464,617 104
2007/10/09 - $2,984 -19% 69 $43   $134,467,601 105
2007/10/10 - $3,000 +1% 69 $43   $134,470,601 106
2007/10/11 - $2,794 -7% 69 $40   $134,473,395 107
2007/10/12 - $6,012 +115% 37 $162   $134,479,407 108
2007/10/13 - $9,493 +58% 37 $257   $134,488,900 109
2007/10/14 - $4,904 -48% 37 $133   $134,493,804 110
2007/10/15 - $1,761 -64% 37 $48   $134,495,565 111
2007/10/16 - $2,195 +25% 37 $59   $134,497,760 112
2007/10/17 - $1,872 -15% 37 $51   $134,499,632 113
2007/10/18 - $1,868 n/c 37 $50   $134,501,500 114

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2007/06/29 2 $33,369,559   3,408 $9,792   $48,398,130 5
2007/07/06 3 $17,730,149 -47% 3,411 $5,198   $84,424,123 12
2007/07/13 4 $11,279,135 -36% 3,201 $3,524   $103,322,580 19
2007/07/20 6 $7,101,638 -37% 2,727 $2,604   $116,267,866 26
2007/07/27 8 $5,618,728 -21% 2,271 $2,474   $125,396,389 33
2007/08/03 13 $2,132,768 -62% 1,422 $1,500   $130,178,275 40
2007/08/10 18 $685,463 -68% 503 $1,363   $131,888,585 47
2007/08/17 21 $393,816 -43% 503 $783   $132,649,320 54
2007/08/24 28 $272,157 -31% 310 $878   $133,105,328 61
2007/08/31 29 $301,639 +11% 269 $1,121   $133,541,341 68
2007/09/07 29 $212,692 -29% 280 $760   $133,897,281 75
2007/09/14 34 $144,883 -32% 231 $627   $134,118,544 82
2007/09/21 42 $119,002 -18% 208 $572   $134,287,036 89
2007/09/28 45 $73,608 -38% 155 $475   $134,397,016 96
2007/10/05 52 $39,868 -46% 69 $578   $134,460,955 103
2007/10/12 63 $20,409 -49% 37 $552   $134,493,804 110
2007/10/19 78 $11,220 -45% 22 $510   $134,512,720 117
2007/10/26 87 $5,487 -51% 15 $366   $134,520,804 124
2007/11/02 86 $4,883 -11% 11 $444   $134,527,196 131

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
11/25/200712,681,723 2,681,723$44,326,199$44,326,1991
12/2/20071915,401-66% 3,597,124$15,472,199$59,798,3992
12/9/20075487,149-47% 4,084,273$8,537,481$68,335,8803
12/16/200712591,436+21% 4,675,709$9,449,787$77,785,6674
12/23/200715483,712-18% 5,159,421$8,442,758$86,228,4245
12/30/200720248,080-49% 5,407,501$4,237,206$90,465,6316
1/6/20081991,267-63% 5,498,768$1,546,063$92,011,6947
1/20/20082741,455 5,593,338$712,611$93,629,9169

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