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The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers (2002)

Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $342,548,984Details
International Box Office $592,154,195Details
Worldwide Box Office $934,703,179
Further financial details...

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  5. Video Sales
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  7. Cast & Crew
  8. Trailer

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics Certified FreshAudience Upright
Critics
96% - Certified Fresh
Audience
95% - Upright

Latest Ranking on Cumulative Box Office Lists


Movie Details

Production Budget:$94,000,000
Domestic Releases: December 18th, 2002 (Wide) by New Line
December 12th, 2003 (Limited) by New Line
June 21st, 2011 (Special Engagement) by Warner Bros.
International Releases: December 26th, 2002 (Wide) (Australia)
Video Release: August 26th, 2003 by New Line Home Video
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for epic battle sequences and scary images
Running Time: 179 minutes
Franchise: Peter Jackson's Lord of the Rings
Comparisons: vs. The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring
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Keywords: Lord of the Rings, Visual Effects, Exorcism
Source:Based on Fiction Book/Short Story
Genre:Adventure
Production Method:Animation/Live Action
Creative Type:Fantasy
Production Companies: Wingnut Films
Production Countries: New Zealand,
United States

Ranking on other Records and Milestones

RecordRankRevenueChart
Date
Days In
Release
Biggest 52nd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 2 $727,645 Dec 12, 2003 362
Biggest 36th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 125 $4,700 Aug 22, 2003 250
Biggest 35th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 129 $5,105 Aug 15, 2003 243
Biggest 34th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 124 $7,792 Aug 8, 2003 236
Biggest 32nd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 106 $22,680 Jul 25, 2003 222
Biggest 31st Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 113 $29,000 Jul 18, 2003 215
Biggest 30th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 121 $35,424 Jul 11, 2003 208
Biggest 29th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 115 $50,890 Jul 4, 2003 201
Biggest 28th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 101 $73,395 Jun 27, 2003 194
Biggest 27th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 132 $59,606 Jun 20, 2003 187
Biggest 26th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 145 $74,391 Jun 13, 2003 180
Biggest 25th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 161 $82,136 Jun 6, 2003 173
Biggest 24th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 176 $89,444 May 30, 2003 166
Biggest 23rd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 186 $116,483 May 23, 2003 159
Biggest 22nd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 236 $101,515 May 16, 2003 152
Biggest 21st Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 217 $151,733 May 9, 2003 145
Biggest 20th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 241 $186,420 May 2, 2003 138
Biggest 19th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 239 $247,078 Apr 25, 2003 131
Biggest 18th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 216 $351,838 Apr 18, 2003 124
Biggest 17th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 255 $340,197 Apr 11, 2003 117
Biggest 16th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 229 $479,627 Apr 4, 2003 110
Biggest 15th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 218 $623,597 Mar 28, 2003 103
Biggest 14th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 211 $768,554 Mar 21, 2003 96
Biggest 13th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 195 $1,014,613 Mar 14, 2003 89
Biggest 12th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 203 $1,227,603 Mar 7, 2003 82
Biggest 11th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 176 $1,618,139 Feb 28, 2003 75
Biggest 10th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 198 $1,925,167 Feb 21, 2003 68
Biggest 9th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 144 $3,072,238 Feb 14, 2003 61
Biggest 8th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 192 $3,516,739 Feb 7, 2003 54
Biggest 7th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 151 $5,088,421 Jan 31, 2003 47
Biggest 6th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 154 $6,611,705 Jan 24, 2003 40
Biggest 5th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 89 $10,274,388 Jan 17, 2003 33
Fastest Movies to Earn $300 Million at the Domestic Box Office 36 $300,122,052 Jan 17, 2003 33
Biggest 4th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 93 $14,755,306 Jan 10, 2003 26
Biggest 3rd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 63 $25,017,279 Jan 3, 2003 19
Biggest January Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 43 $25,017,279 Jan 3, 2003 19
Fastest Movies to Earn $250 Million at the Domestic Box Office 40 $254,290,037 Jan 3, 2003 18
Biggest January Day at the Domestic Box Office 71 $11,040,273 Jan 1, 2003 15
Biggest Tuesday at the Domestic Box Office 94 $8,442,823 Dec 31, 2002 14
Biggest 2nd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 44 $48,875,549 Dec 27, 2002 12
Fastest Movies to Earn $200 Million at the Domestic Box Office 53 $200,058,231 Dec 27, 2002 12
Biggest Thursday at the Domestic Box Office 25 $15,455,171 Dec 26, 2002 9
Fastest Movies to Earn $150 Million at the Domestic Box Office 63 $151,182,682 Dec 20, 2002 9
Biggest Monday at the Domestic Box Office 44 $13,509,942 Dec 23, 2002 6
Biggest Sunday at the Domestic Box Office 103 $20,031,131 Dec 22, 2002 5
Biggest December Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 11 $62,007,528 Dec 20, 2002 5
Biggest Opening Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 125 $62,007,528 Dec 20, 2002 5
Biggest Weekends at the Domestic Box Office 145 $62,007,528 Dec 20, 2002 5
Fastest Movies to Earn $100 Million at the Domestic Box Office 69 $102,046,212 Dec 20, 2002 5
Widest Opening Weekend 230 3,622 Dec 20, 2002 5
Biggest Saturday at the Domestic Box Office 149 $22,752,057 Dec 21, 2002 4
Biggest Friday at the Domestic Box Office 190 $19,224,340 Dec 20, 2002 3
Fastest Movies to Earn $50 Million at the Domestic Box Office 128 $59,263,024 Dec 20, 2002 3
Movies with Most Front-Loaded Opening Weekend 2,292 31.0% Dec 20, 2002 3
Biggest December Day at the Domestic Box Office 23 $26,159,972 Dec 18, 2002 1
Biggest Single Days at the Domestic Box Office 269 $26,159,972 Dec 18, 2002 1
Biggest Wednesday at the Domestic Box Office 14 $26,159,972 Dec 18, 2002 1

Cast

   Frodo Baggins
   Gandalf the White
Liv Tyler    Arwen Evenstar
   Aragorn
Sean Astin    Sam
Cate Blanchett    Galadriel
John Rhys-Davies    Gimli/Voice of Treebeard
Bernard Hill    King Theoden
Christopher Lee    Saruman
Billy Boyd    Pippin
Dominic Monaghan    Meriadoc 'Merry' Brandybuck
Orlando Bloom    Legolas Greenleaf
Hugo Weaving    Elrond
Miranda Otto    Eowyn
David Wenham    Faramir
Brad Dourif    Wormtongue
Andy Serkis    Gollum
Karl Urban    Eomer
Craig Parker    Haldir
John Noble    Denethor
John Bach    Madril

Production and Technical Credits

Director   
Executive Producer    Michael Lynne
Executive Producer    Mark Ordesky
Executive Producer    Robert Shaye
Executive Producer    Bob Weinstein
Executive Producer    Harvey Weinstein
Producer    Peter Jackson
Producer    Barrie M. Osborne
Producer    Fran Walsh
Screenwriter    Peter Jackson
Screenwriter    Fran Walsh
Screenwriter    Philippa Boyens
Screenwriter    Stephen Sinclair
Story Creator    J.R.R. Tolkien
Cinematographer    Andrew Lesnie
Production Designer    Grant Major
Composer    Howard Shore
Re-recording Mixer    Christopher Boyes

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April 25th, 2003


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April 15th, 2003


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March 23rd, 2003


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February 26th, 2003


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February 21st, 2003


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February 11th, 2003


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February 2nd, 2003


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January 28th, 2003


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January 21st, 2003


The shaded area represents the expected performance range for a film, based on its opening weekend box office. 95% of films fall within the shaded area. If a film trends towards the top end of the shaded area, it has good legs compared to the average film; if it trends towards the bottom end of the shaded area, it has poor legs. The predictive area is based on movies from the past 5 years.

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Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2002/12/20 1 $62,007,528   3,622 $17,120   $102,046,212 5
2002/12/27 1 $48,875,549 -21% 3,622 $13,494   $200,058,231 12
2003/01/03 1 $25,017,279 -49% 3,622 $6,907   $261,031,601 19
2003/01/10 2 $14,755,306 -41% 3,477 $4,244   $283,421,517 26
2003/01/17 5 $10,274,388 -30% 3,110 $3,304   $300,122,052 33
2003/01/24 5 $6,611,705 -36% 2,666 $2,480   $308,821,306 40
2003/01/31 7 $5,088,421 -23% 2,175 $2,340   $316,026,494 47
2003/02/07 10 $3,516,739 -31% 1,680 $2,093   $320,857,049 54
2003/02/14 12 $3,072,238 -13% 1,422 $2,161   $325,446,438 61
2003/02/21 14 $1,925,167 -37% 925 $2,081   $328,156,417 68
2003/02/28 15 $1,618,139 -16% 905 $1,788   $330,338,275 75
2003/03/07 16 $1,227,603 -24% 703 $1,746   $332,075,527 82
2003/03/14 16 $1,014,613 -17% 612 $1,658   $333,623,857 89
2003/03/21 20 $768,554 -24% 518 $1,484   $334,790,872 96
2003/03/28 19 $623,597 -19% 425 $1,467   $335,800,124 103
2003/04/04 21 $479,627 -23% 345 $1,390   $336,500,653 110
2003/04/11 25 $340,197 -29% 332 $1,025   $337,013,432 117
2003/04/18 25 $351,838 +3% 324 $1,086   $337,526,600 124
2003/04/25 28 $247,078 -30% 269 $919   $337,949,941 131
2003/05/02 32 $186,420 -25% 225 $829   $338,230,249 138
2003/05/09 32 $151,733 -19% 190 $799   $338,457,054 145
2003/05/16 33 $101,515 -33% 163 $623   $338,622,570 152
2003/05/23 33 $116,483 +15% 135 $863   $338,794,804 159
2003/05/30 32 $89,444 -23% 111 $806   $338,955,859 166
2003/06/06 34 $82,136 -8% 115 $714   $339,104,919 173
2003/06/13 38 $74,391 -9% 103 $722   $339,230,928 180
2003/06/20 39 $59,606 -20% 101 $590   $339,344,075 187
2003/06/27 37 $73,395 +23% 86 $853   $339,457,993 194
2003/07/04 45 $50,890 -31% 79 $644   $339,554,276 201
2003/07/11 47 $35,424 -30% 71 $499   $339,628,782 208
2003/07/18 52 $29,000 -18% 57 $509   $339,687,608 215
2003/07/25 59 $22,680 -22% 32 $709   $339,734,454 222
2003/08/08 88 $7,792   13 $599   $339,772,508 236
2003/08/15 92 $5,105 -34% 10 $511   $339,781,747 243
2003/08/22 95 $4,700 -8% 8 $588   $339,787,500 250
2003/12/12 15 $727,645   126 $5,775   $340,515,145 362

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2002/12/18 1 $26,159,972   3,622 $7,223   $26,159,972 1
2002/12/19 1 $13,878,712 -47% 3,622 $3,832   $40,038,684 2
2002/12/20 1 $19,224,340 +39% 3,622 $5,308   $59,263,024 3
2002/12/21 1 $22,752,057 +18% 3,622 $6,282   $82,015,081 4
2002/12/22 1 $20,031,131 -12% 3,622 $5,530   $102,046,212 5
2002/12/23 1 $13,509,942 -33% 3,622 $3,730   $115,556,154 6
2002/12/24 1 $7,790,050 -42% 3,622 $2,151   $123,346,204 7
2002/12/25 1 $12,381,307 +59% 3,622 $3,418   $135,727,511 8
2002/12/26 1 $15,455,171 +25% 3,622 $4,267   $151,182,682 9
2002/12/27 1 $16,873,539 +9% 3,622 $4,659   $168,056,221 10
2002/12/28 1 $17,227,061 +2% 3,622 $4,756   $185,283,282 11
2002/12/29 1 $14,774,949 -14% 3,622 $4,079   $200,058,231 12
2002/12/30 1 $10,094,851 -32% 3,622 $2,787   $210,153,082 13
2002/12/31 1 $8,442,823 -16% 3,622 $2,331   $218,595,905 14
2003/01/01 1 $11,040,273 +31% 3,622 $3,048   $229,636,178 15
2003/01/02 1 $6,378,144 -42% 3,622 $1,761   $236,014,322 16
2003/01/03 1 $7,576,222 +19% 3,622 $2,092   $243,590,544 17
2003/01/04 1 $10,699,493 +41% 3,622 $2,954   $254,290,037 18
2003/01/05 1 $6,741,564 -37% 3,622 $1,861   $261,031,601 19
2003/01/06 1 $2,133,465 -68% 3,622 $589   $263,165,066 20
2003/01/07 1 $2,155,575 +1% 3,622 $595   $265,320,641 21
2003/01/08 2 $1,748,206 -19% 3,622 $483   $267,068,847 22
2003/01/09 2 $1,597,364 -9% 3,622 $441   $268,666,211 23
2003/01/10 3 $3,894,852 +144% 3,477 $1,120   $272,561,063 24
2003/01/11 2 $6,637,982 +70% 3,477 $1,909   $279,199,045 25
2003/01/12 1 $4,222,472 -36% 3,477 $1,214   $283,421,517 26
2003/01/13 1 $1,070,000 -75% 3,477 $308   $284,492,000 27
2003/01/14 2 $1,208,000 +13% 3,477 $347   $285,699,000 28
2003/01/15 2 $996,000 -18% 3,477 $286   $286,695,000 29
2003/01/16 2 $991,000 -1% 3,477 $285   $287,618,000 30
2003/01/17 5 $2,664,587 +169% 3,110 $857   $290,292,649 31
2003/01/18 5 $4,521,633 +70% 3,110 $1,454   $294,814,282 32
2003/01/19 4 $3,078,168 -32% 3,110 $990   $297,892,450 33
2003/01/20 3 $2,229,602 -28% 3,110 $717   $300,122,052 34
2003/01/21 2 $792,000 -64% 3,110 $255   $300,914,000 35
2003/01/22 3 $643,000 -19% 3,110 $207   $301,557,000 36
2003/01/23 3 $695,000 +8% 3,110 $223   $302,251,000 37
2003/01/24 8 $1,673,000 +141% 2,666 $628   $303,924,000 38
2003/01/25 6 $3,447,000 +106% 2,666 $1,293   $307,371,000 39
2003/01/26 4 $1,415,000 -59% 2,666 $531   $308,786,000 40
2003/01/27 4 $544,000 -62% 2,666 $204   $309,365,000 41
2003/01/28 3 $566,000 +4% 2,666 $212   $309,931,000 42
2003/01/29 4 $514,000 -9% 2,666 $193   $310,445,000 43
2003/01/30 4 $531,000 +3% 2,666 $199   $310,938,000 44
2003/01/31 8 $1,219,000 +130% 2,666 $457   $312,157,000 45
2003/02/01 8 $2,340,265 +92% 2,175 $1,076   $314,497,684 46
2003/02/02 6 $1,528,810 -35% 2,175 $703   $316,026,494 47
2003/02/03 5 $320,000 -79% 2,175 $147   $316,346,000 48
2003/02/04 5 $356,000 +11% 2,175 $164   $316,702,000 49
2003/02/05 6 $320,000 -10% 2,175 $147   $317,022,000 50
2003/02/06 7 $321,000 n/c 2,175 $148   $317,340,000 51
2003/02/07 10 $808,187 +152% 1,680 $481   $318,148,497 52
2003/02/08 10 $1,616,216 +100% 1,680 $962   $319,764,713 53
2003/02/09 8 $1,092,336 -32% 1,680 $650   $320,857,049 54
2003/02/10 9 $233,000 -79% 1,680 $139   $321,090,000 55
2003/02/11 8 $262,000 +12% 1,680 $156   $321,351,000 56
2003/02/12 9 $251,000 -4% 1,680 $149   $321,603,000 57
2003/02/13 9 $251,000 n/c 1,680 $149   $321,849,000 58
2003/02/14 11 $803,984 +220% 1,422 $565   $322,653,345 59
2003/02/15 11 $1,308,564 +63% 1,422 $920   $323,961,909 60
2003/02/16 10 $959,690 -27% 1,422 $675   $324,921,599 61
2003/02/17 9 $524,839 -45% 1,422 $369   $325,446,438 62
2003/02/18 10 $295,000 -44% 1,422 $207   $325,741,000 63
2003/02/19 10 $247,000 -16% 1,422 $174   $325,988,000 64
2003/02/20 10 $260,000 +5% 1,422 $183   $326,231,000 65
2003/02/21 12 $488,735 +88% 925 $528   $326,719,985 66
2003/02/22 12 $891,691 +82% 925 $964   $327,611,676 67
2003/02/23 12 $544,741 -39% 925 $589   $328,156,417 68
2003/02/24 11 $129,008 -76% 925 $139   $328,285,425 69
2003/02/25 11 $149,956 +16% 925 $162   $328,435,381 70
2003/02/26 11 $139,071 -7% 925 $150   $328,574,452 71
2003/02/27 11 $145,684 +5% 925 $157   $328,720,136 72
2003/02/28 11 $380,421 +161% 905 $420   $329,100,557 73
2003/03/01 11 $742,154 +95% 905 $820   $329,842,711 74
2003/03/02 11 $495,564 -33% 905 $548   $330,338,275 75
2003/05/26 - $34,574   135 $256   $338,829,378 160
2011/06/21 9 $764,607   522 $1,465   $342,548,984 3,108

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2002/12/20 1 $111,143,998   3,622 $30,686   $151,182,682 9
2002/12/27 1 $84,831,640 -24% 3,622 $23,421   $236,014,322 16
2003/01/03 1 $32,651,889 -62% 3,622 $9,015   $268,666,211 23
2003/01/10 2 $21,181,453 -35% 3,477 $6,092   $289,847,664 30
2003/01/17 5 $12,361,937 -42% 3,110 $3,975   $302,209,601 37
2003/01/24 5 $8,728,472 -29% 2,666 $3,274   $310,938,073 44
2003/01/31 7 $6,402,237 -27% 2,175 $2,944   $317,340,310 51
2003/02/07 9 $5,033,890 -21% 1,680 $2,996   $322,374,200 58
2003/02/14 11 $3,857,050 -23% 1,422 $2,712   $326,231,250 65
2003/02/21 13 $2,488,886 -35% 925 $2,691   $328,720,136 72
2003/02/28 15 $2,127,788 -15% 905 $2,351   $330,847,924 79
2003/03/07 16 $1,761,320 -17% 703 $2,505   $332,609,244 86
2003/03/14 16 $1,413,074 -20% 612 $2,309   $334,022,318 93
2003/03/21 19 $1,154,209 -18% 518 $2,228   $335,176,527 100
2003/03/28 19 $844,499 -27% 425 $1,987   $336,021,026 107
2003/04/04 21 $652,209 -23% 345 $1,890   $336,673,235 114
2003/04/11 23 $501,527 -23% 332 $1,511   $337,174,762 121
2003/04/18 24 $528,101 +5% 324 $1,630   $337,702,863 128
2003/04/25 30 $340,966 -35% 269 $1,268   $338,043,829 135
2003/05/02 32 $261,492 -23% 225 $1,162   $338,305,321 142
2003/05/09 33 $215,734 -17% 190 $1,135   $338,521,055 149
2003/05/16 33 $157,266 -27% 163 $965   $338,678,321 156
2003/05/23 31 $188,094 +20% 135 $1,393   $338,866,415 163
2003/05/30 29 $156,368 -17% 111 $1,409   $339,022,783 170
2003/06/06 34 $133,754 -14% 115 $1,163   $339,156,537 177
2003/06/13 33 $127,932 -4% 103 $1,242   $339,284,469 184
2003/06/20 38 $100,129 -22% 101 $991   $339,384,598 191
2003/06/27 38 $118,788 +19% 86 $1,381   $339,503,386 198
2003/07/04 44 $89,972 -24% 79 $1,139   $339,593,358 205
2003/07/11 45 $65,250 -27% 71 $919   $339,658,608 212
2003/07/18 48 $53,166 -19% 57 $933   $339,711,774 219
2003/08/08 87 $11,926   13 $917   $339,776,642 240
2003/08/15 94 $6,158 -48% 10 $616   $339,782,800 247
2003/08/22 97 $4,700 -24% 8 $588   $339,787,500 254
2011/06/17 16 $764,607   522 $1,465   $342,548,984 3,110

Box Office Summary Per Territory

Territory Release
Date
Opening
Weekend
Opening
Weekend
Theaters
Maximum
Theaters
Theatrical
Engagements
Total
Box Office
Report
Date
Australia 12/26/2002 $7,929,284 424 424 424 $11,001,055 4/21/2015
 
Rest of World $581,153,140
 
International Total$592,154,195 4/21/2015

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
11/28/20109127,437 127,437$2,037,720$2,037,720379
12/5/20101537,998-70% 165,435$607,589$2,645,309380
1/6/20131817,876 379,861$177,505$4,774,462489

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