The Losers

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Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $23,591,432Details
International Box Office $6,272,408
Worldwide Box Office $29,863,840
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $10,177,863 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $4,026,677 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $14,204,540
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 RottenAudience Spilled
Critics
49% - Rotten
Audience
54% - Spilled

Movie Details

Production Budget:$25,000,000
Domestic Releases: April 23rd, 2010 (Wide) by Warner Bros.
Video Release: July 20th, 2010 by Warner Home Video
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for sequences of intense action and violence, a scene of sensuality and language
(Rating bulletin 2113, 3/24/2010)
Running Time: 97 minutes
Keywords: D.C. Comics
Source:Based on Comic/Graphic Novel
Genre:Action
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: Dark Castle Entertainment

Cast

   Clay
   Aisha
   Jensen
   Roque
   Pooch
   Cougar
Holt McCallany    Wade
Peter Macdissi    Vikram
Jason Patric    Max
Peter Francis James    Fadhil
Tanee McCall    Jolene
Mark Ginther    Goliath Guard
Daniel Kalal    Goliath Guard
Colin Follenweider    Goliath Guard
Garret Warren    Goliath Guard
Rey Hernandez    Armored Car Guard
Ernesto Morales    Nabil
Evan Mirand    Lead Chryon Guard
Noel Estrella    Indian Thug Leader
Gunner Wright    Jet Pilot
Robert Slavonia    Mr. Anderson
Debbie Ann Rivera    Mr. Anderson's Secretary
Kirk Sullivan    Transport Helicopter Pilot
Marcos Davila    Thug on Bus
Alanis M. Salinas    LIttle Girl At Compound
Manuel O. Valazquez    Boy With Teddy Bear
Thomas R. Nunan, III    Pentagon Official
John Galindez    MIG Pilot
Lindsey Sutton    E.M.T.
Alan J. Trudeau    E.M.T.
Rafael Lopez Diaz    Short Indian Scientist
Norman Grant    Delivery Room Doctor
Harry Humphries    Military Adviser
David Paris    Pilot
Robert Zajonc    Pilot

Production and Technical Credits

Director   
Screenwriter    James Vanderbilt
Screenwriter    Peter Berg
Producer    Joel Silver
Producer    Akiva Goldsman
Producer    Kerry Foster
Executive Producer    Andrew Rona
Executive Producer    Steve Richards
Executive Producer    Sarah Aubrey
Executive Producer    Stuart Besser
Production Designer    Aaron Osborne
Editor    David Checel
Composer    John Ottman
Director of Photography    Scott Kevan
Co-Producer    Richard Mirisch
Co-Producer    Adam Kuhn
Co-Producer    Carl Woebcken
Co-Producer    Christoph Fisser
Co-Producer    Henning Molfenter
Associate Producer    Aaron Auch
Associate Producer    Sarah Meyer
Assistant Director    Luc Etienne
Second Unit Director    Garrett Warren
Unit Production Manager    Robin Le Chanu
Unit Production Manager    Stuart Besser
Art Director    Erin Cochran
Set Decorator    Monica Monserrate
Second Unit Camera    Eric Leach
Second Unit Camera    David Nowell
Visual Effects Supervisor    Richard Yuricich
Special Effects Coordinator    John Cazin
Costume Designer    Magali Guidasci
Costume Supervisor    Ernesto Martinez
Associate Editor    Thomas H. Park
Sound Mixer    Larry Long
Re-recording Mixer    Steve Pederson
Re-recording Mixer    Tom Ozanich
Re-recording Mixer    Chris Barrick
Supervising Sound Editor    Mark Larry
Supervising Sound Editor    Stephanie L. Flack
Sound Effects Editor    Eric Warren Lindemann
Sound Effects Editor    Bill R. Dean
Dialogue Editor    Julie Feiner
Music Editor    Shie Rozow
Make up    Allan Apone
Make up    Angel A. Rivera
Hairstylist    Peter Tothpal
Hairstylist    Loida E. Jeannot
Additional Music    Lior Rosner
Casting Director    Mary Vernieu
Casting Director    Venus Kanani

DVD Sales: Cop Out on Top

It was yet another week of soft DVD sales with none of the new releases lighting up the sales chart. That said, Cop Out was able to take top spot with 325,000 units and $5.45 million in consumer spending at retail. More...

DVD and Blu-ray Releases for July 20th, 2010

The dead zone on the home market continues with only three wide releases... well, two and a half wide releases, none of which matched expectations at the box office. There's not even a lot of limited releases, catalog titles, or TV on DVD releases to compensate. There are some, just not a lot. My favorite title on this week's list is actually a late review: White Collar: Season One on DVD and Blu-ray. Meanwhile, the two best new releases this week have a Canadian Connection, Degrassi: The Next Generations: Season 9 and NHL: Greatest Stanley Cup Moments, both of which earn Puck of the Week honors. More...

Weekend Estimates: Iron Man 2 Leads Off Summer with Fifth Best Opening

A prime launch date, inflated ticket prices, and the unbeatable formula of a superhero sequel combined to give Iron Man 2 a massive opening weekend, according to Paramount's estimate, released on Sunday. Their projected $133.6 million would make the movie the fifth-biggest opener of all time, and cements Iron Man's place among the industry's mega-franchises, alongside Batman, Spider-Man, Pirates of the Caribbean, Twilight and Harry Potter. More...

Nightmare Strong, Year-to-Year Comparison is Scary

The new releases were a little weaker than anticipated, while the holdovers could only compensate so much. The overall box office was $102 million, which was 2% higher than last weekend. That's the good news. The bad news is that it was down 36% from the same weekend last year. Of course, this weekend last year was the first weekend of May, so the comparison is fundamentally unfair and 2010 still has a 6.4% lead over 2009 at $3.46 billion to $3.25 billion. I expect it to increase its lead next weekend. More...

Contest: Be A Winner: Winning Announcement

The winners of our Be A Winner contest were determined and they are... More...

Dragon Is a Winner, New Releases are Not

It was not a particularly strong week at the box office, but that should surprise few people. Four of the top five films reached expectations or at least came within a rounding error of doing so. The overall box office brought in $100 million. This is 17% lower than last weekend and 12% lower than the same weekend last year. That said, 2010 still has a large lead over 2009 at $3.32 billion to $3.06 billion. More...

Weekend Estimates: Fifth Time's the Charm for Dragon

In another sign of the dominance of 3D at the box office right now, How to Train Your Dragon enjoyed another strong performance and returned to the top of the box office chart this weekend, according to studio estimates released on Sunday. With a drop of just 23% from last weekend, Dragon now stands at $178 million, and it's likely to grow that number considerably between now and the release of Shrek Forever After on May 21. The Back-up Plan, meanwhile, posted a somewhat disappointing $12.25 million. That's considerably better than CBS Films' previous release, Extraordinary Measures, but decidedly middle-of-the-pack compared to Jennfier Lopez' other opening weekends. More...

Weekend Preview: Are New Releases Bound to be Losers?

While there are three wide releases coming out this week, including one debuting on Thursday, most box office analysts think that it will be a holdover, How to Train Your Dragon, that will take top spot. This is partially due to that film's strong holds so far, but also partially due to weakness in the three new releases. Expect a sizable drop-off from last weekend, but more importantly, a large drop-off from the same weekend last year. More...

Contest: Be A Winner

According to early numbers, the widest release of next week is The Back-up Plan; however, I think The Losers will be an easier sell at the box office and will finish number one. Regardless if I'm right or not, it is the target film in this week's box office prediction contest. In order to win, one must simply predict the opening weekend box office number for The Losers. Whoever comes the closest to predicting the film's opening 3-day weekend box office (Friday to Sunday), without going over, will win a copy of The Hills: Season Five, Volume Two on DVD and the Buena Vista Social Club DVD/CD combo. Meanwhile, whoever comes the closest to predicting the film's opening 3-day weekend box office (Friday to Sunday), without going under, will win a copy of Beyond the Sea DVD/CD combo. Entries must be received by 10 a.m., Pacific Time on Friday to be eligible, so don't delay! More...

2010 Preview: April

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March was a mixed month, with only three films surpassing expectations. On the other hand, Alice in Wonderland will beat expectations by more than $200 million, so it alone makes up for a lot of the disappointing films. On a more troubling note, the final big release, How to Train Your Dragon didn't get off to as fast a start as I would have liked, which could affect the box office going forward. Last year April got off to a fast start and that should happen this month as well. It better, as the quality of films quickly declines as the prospect of May blockbusters begins to loom large on the horizon. More...

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2010/04/23 4 $3,236,476   2,936 $1,102   $3,236,476 1
2010/04/24 6 $3,722,588 +15% 2,936 $1,268   $6,959,064 2
2010/04/25 5 $2,447,284 -34% 2,936 $834   $9,406,348 3
2010/04/26 4 $727,119 -70% 2,936 $248   $10,133,467 4
2010/04/27 4 $767,496 +6% 2,936 $261   $10,900,963 5
2010/04/28 5 $617,005 -20% 2,936 $210   $11,517,968 6
2010/04/29 6 $607,342 -2% 2,936 $207   $12,125,310 7
2010/04/30 5 $1,918,479 +216% 2,936 $653   $14,043,789 8
2010/05/01 7 $2,446,471 +28% 2,936 $833   $16,490,260 9
2010/05/02 7 $1,523,521 -38% 2,936 $519   $18,013,781 10
2010/05/03 5 $449,208 -71% 2,936 $153   $18,462,989 11
2010/05/04 5 $474,020 +6% 2,936 $161   $18,937,009 12
2010/05/05 6 $366,128 -23% 2,936 $125   $19,303,137 13
2010/05/06 6 $346,480 -5% 2,936 $118   $19,649,617 14
2010/05/07 8 $602,782 +74% 2,450 $246   $20,252,399 15
2010/05/08 9 $752,048 +25% 2,450 $307   $21,004,447 16
2010/05/09 11 $492,460 -35% 2,450 $201   $21,496,907 17
2010/05/10 9 $177,466 -64% 2,450 $72   $21,674,373 18
2010/05/11 10 $214,256 +21% 2,450 $87   $21,888,629 19
2010/05/12 7 $211,149 -1% 2,450 $86   $22,099,778 20
2010/05/13 8 $202,332 -4% 2,450 $83   $22,302,110 21
2010/05/14 - $138,897 -31% 701 $198   $22,441,007 22
2010/05/15 - $205,894 +48% 701 $294   $22,646,901 23
2010/05/16 - $113,615 -45% 701 $162   $22,760,516 24
2010/05/17 - $44,155 -61% 701 $63   $22,804,671 25
2010/05/18 - $48,129 +9% 701 $69   $22,852,800 26
2010/05/19 - $49,252 +2% 701 $70   $22,902,052 27
2010/05/20 - $53,197 +8% 701 $76   $22,955,249 28
2010/05/21 - $37,838 -29% 185 $205   $22,993,087 29
2010/05/22 - $53,994 +43% 185 $292   $23,047,081 30
2010/05/23 - $35,021 -35% 185 $189   $23,082,102 31
2010/05/24 - $13,760 -61% 185 $74   $23,095,862 32
2010/05/25 - $11,884 -14% 185 $64   $23,107,746 33
2010/05/26 - $11,053 -7% 185 $60   $23,118,799 34
2010/05/27 - $9,321 -16% 185 $50   $23,128,120 35
2010/05/28 - $22,104 +137% 83 $266   $23,150,224 36
2010/05/29 - $42,398 +92% 83 $511   $23,192,622 37
2010/05/30 - $38,528 -9% 83 $464   $23,231,150 38
2010/05/31 41 $16,119 -58% 83 $194   $23,247,269 39
2010/06/01 - $7,205 -55% 83 $87   $23,254,474 40
2010/06/02 - $6,557 -9% 83 $79   $23,261,031 41
2010/06/03 - $5,936 -9% 83 $72   $23,266,967 42
2010/06/04 - $40,196 +577% 206 $195   $23,307,163 43
2010/06/05 - $53,377 +33% 206 $259   $23,360,540 44
2010/06/06 - $37,579 -30% 206 $182   $23,398,119 45
2010/06/07 - $18,125 -52% 206 $88   $23,416,244 46
2010/06/08 - $19,937 +10% 206 $97   $23,436,181 47
2010/06/09 - $19,021 -5% 206 $92   $23,455,202 48
2010/06/10 - $17,879 -6% 206 $87   $23,473,081 49
2010/06/11 - $17,930 n/c 127 $141   $23,491,011 50
2010/06/12 - $21,672 +21% 127 $171   $23,512,683 51
2010/06/13 - $15,272 -30% 127 $120   $23,527,955 52
2010/06/14 - $8,201 -46% 127 $65   $23,536,156 53
2010/06/15 - $7,425 -9% 127 $58   $23,543,581 54
2010/06/16 - $8,771 +18% 127 $69   $23,552,352 55
2010/06/17 - $7,970 -9% 127 $63   $23,560,322 56
2010/06/18 - $7,538 -5% 31 $243   $23,567,860 57
2010/06/19 - $7,452 -1% 31 $240   $23,575,312 58
2010/06/20 - $5,423 -27% 31 $175   $23,580,735 59
2010/06/21 - $2,918 -46% 31 $94   $23,583,653 60
2010/06/22 - $2,934 +1% 31 $95   $23,586,587 61
2010/06/23 - $2,451 -16% 31 $79   $23,589,038 62
2010/06/24 - $2,394 -2% 31 $77   $23,591,432 63

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2010/04/23 4 $9,406,348   2,936 $3,204   $9,406,348 3
2010/04/30 6 $5,888,471 -37% 2,936 $2,006   $18,013,781 10
2010/05/07 10 $1,847,290 -69% 2,450 $754   $21,496,907 17
2010/05/14 16 $458,406 -75% 701 $654   $22,760,516 24
2010/05/21 33 $126,853 -72% 185 $686   $23,082,102 31
2010/05/28 35 $103,030 -19% 83 $1,241   $23,231,150 38
2010/06/04 28 $131,152 +27% 206 $637   $23,398,119 45
2010/06/11 41 $54,874 -58% 127 $432   $23,527,955 52
2010/06/18 55 $20,413 -63% 31 $658   $23,580,735 59

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
7/25/20103180,910 180,910$3,084,516$3,084,5161
8/1/2010773,080-60% 253,990$1,241,629$4,326,1452
8/8/20101645,752-37% 299,742$872,033$5,198,1783
8/15/20101935,111-23% 334,853$611,634$5,809,8114
8/22/20102434,087-3% 368,940$589,023$6,398,8355
8/29/20102922,574-34% 391,514$381,952$6,780,7876
9/5/20103018,010-20% 409,524$305,990$7,086,7777

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
7/25/2010298,955 98,955$2,411,538$2,411,5381
8/1/2010523,735-76% 122,690$474,467$2,886,0052
8/8/2010917,201-28% 139,891$343,841$3,229,8463
8/15/2010127,276-58% 147,167$151,703$3,381,5494

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