Lucky You

Lucky You poster
Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $5,755,286Details
International Box Office $766,543
Worldwide Box Office $6,521,829
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $869,564 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $869,564
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
29% - Rotten
Audience
28% - Spilled

Movie Details

Production Budget:$55,000,000
Theatrical Release: May 4th, 2007 (Wide) by Warner Bros.
Video Release: September 18th, 2007 by Warner Home Video
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for some language and sexual humor
Keywords: Gambling
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Drama
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Historical Fiction
Production Companies: Lucky You Pictures, Inc.

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Records Fall, Falling Records Fall

As expected, no new release came close to challenging Spider-man 3 for top spot. In fact, the four newcomers were even weaker than expected. However, while this led to a 44% drop-off from last weekend, the overall box office take of $106 million was still more than 6% higher than the same weekend last year and that's the more important figure. Next weekend there should be a big bounce as Shrek the Third should earn significantly more than that all by itself. More...

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Cast

Eric Bana    Huck Cheever
Drew Barrymore    Billie Offer
Robert Duvall    L. C. Cheever
Debra Messing    Suzanne Offer
Horatio Sanz    Ready Eddie
Charles Martin Smith    Roy Durucher
Danny Hoch    Bobby Basketball
Saverio Guerra    Lester
Phyllis Somerville    Pawnbroker
Joey Kern    Billie's Admirer
Delaine Yates    Ginger
Mykel Shannon Jenkins    Gary
Robert Downey, Jr.    Telephone Jack
Kenny Cau    Chinese Restaurant Waiter
Kelvin Han Yee    Chico Banh
Jack Younger    Room Service Waiter
Tracy Howe    Roy's Guy
Sonny Surowiec    Ron's Guy
Madeleine Peyroux    Lounge Singer (Bellagio)
Jean Smart    Michelle Carson (Bellagio)
Hans Howes    Big Buckle Iverson (Bellagio)
Bradford English    Tommy the Poker Host (Bellagio)
Omar Benson Miller    Card Grabber (Bellagio)
Ed Refuerzo    Filipino Player (Bellagio)
Elisabeth Granli    Cocktail Waitress at First Table (Bellagio)
Spencer Conner    Cowboy (Bellagio)
Yetta Gottesman    Poker Room Cashier (Bellagio)
Sam Farha    Himself
Chau Giang    Himself
Barry Greenstein    Himself
Jason Lester    Himself
Ted Forrest    Himself
Minh Ly    Himself
John Murphy    Himself
Erick Lindgren    Himself
Daniel Negreanu    Himself
Alex Kuznetsov    Russian Player
Dara Khy    Dealer
Pat M. Maresca    Dealer
Joe Witherell    Dealer
Sheila Hanson    Dealer
Darunee Doa Hale    Dealer
Lisa Glossop    Dealer
Danny Sanchez    Dealer
Sam O'Connor    Old Man (Binion's Poker Room (The Poker Date)
Pat Callihan    Man In Cowboy Hat (Binion's Poker Room (The Poker Date))
Tina Schafer    Woman with Straight (Binion's Poker Room (The Poker Date))
Crystal Simanek    Cocktail Waitress (Binion's Poker Room (The Poker Date))
Robby Bostick    Poker Room Host (Binion's Poker Room (The Poker Date))
Olivia Tracey    Isabel (L.C.'s Friend)(Binion's Poker Room (The Poker Date))
Gay Burch    Dealer (Binion's Poker Room (The Poker Date))
James Williams    Dealer (Binion's Poker Room (The Poker Date))
Bill McKinney    Satellite Cashier (Binion's Poker Room (Satellite Tournament))
Jennifer Harman    Shannon Kincaid (Satellite Tournament))
Michael Shannon    Ray Zumbro (Binion's Poker Room (Satellite Tournament)
Mark Tymchyshyn    Tournament Official (Binion's Poker Room (Satellite Tournament)
Norris Watsky    Elderly Dealer (Binion's Poker Room (Satellite Tournament)
Shawn Parr    TV Commentator (World Series of Poker)
Matt Savage    Tournament Director (World Series of Poker)
Francine Beers    Elderly Female Player (World Series of Poker)
Laasa Howard    Young Female Player (World Series of Poker)
Richard Assad    Karim Kasai (World Series of Poker)
Evan Jones    Jason Keyes (World Series of Poker)
John Hennigan    Ralph Kaczynski (World Series of Poker)
David Oppenheim    Josh Cohen (World Series of Poker)
Bill May    Frank Belando (World Series of Poker)
Ling Jo Eusebio    David Chen (World Series of Poker)
Jack Binion    Himself
Doyle Brunson    Himself
Johnny Chan    Himself
Hoyt Corkins    Himself
Antonio Esfandiari    Himself
Chris Ferguson    Himself
Dan Harrington    Himself
Phil Hellmuth    Himself
Karina Jett    Herself
John Juanda    Himself
Mike Matusow    Himself
Erik Seidel    Himself
Mimi Tran    Herself
Marsha Waggoner    Himself
Robert Williamson III    Himself
Cyndy Violette    Herself
Eddie Hill    Washroom Attendant
Charlene Sperske    Dealer
Kyle D. Morris    Dealer

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Curtis Hanson
Producer    Denise Di Novi
Producer    Curtis Hanson
Producer    Carol Fenelon
Screenwriter    Eric Roth
Screenwriter    Curtis Hanson
Story Creator    Eric Roth
Executive Producer    Bruce Berman
Director of Photography    Peter Deming
Production Designer    Clay A. Griffith
Editor    Craig Kitson
Editor    William Kerr
Costume Designer    Michael Kaplan
Composer    Christopher Young
Co-Producer    Mari Jo Winkler-Ioffreda
Assistant Director    K.C. Colwell
Unit Production Manager    Kathleen Courtney
Art Director    Beat Frutiger
Set Decorator    Robert Greenfield
Costume Supervisor    Linda Matthews
Sound Mixer    Petur Hliddal
Re-recording Mixer    Chris Jenkins
Re-recording Mixer    Frank Montano
Re-recording Mixer    Michael Minkler
Re-recording Mixer    Tony Lamberti
Supervising Sound Editor    Scott Martin Gershin
Sound Effects Editor    Randy Kelley
Sound Effects Editor    Tom Ozanich
Sound Effects Editor    Steve Mann
Dialogue Editor    David Williams
Dialogue Editor    Mary Andrews
Music Editor    Carl Kaller
Music Editor    Tom Milano
Make up    Patty York
Hairstylist    Jan Alexander
Music Supervisor    Carol Fenelon
Casting Director    Mali Finn
Stunt Coordinator    Sonny Tipton

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2007/05/04 5 $1,019,572   2,525 $404   $1,019,572 1
2007/05/05 7 $1,038,581 +2% 2,525 $411   $2,058,153 2
2007/05/06 8 $652,292 -37% 2,525 $258   $2,710,445 3
2007/05/07 6 $216,316 -67% 2,525 $86   $2,926,761 4
2007/05/08 5 $244,767 +13% 2,525 $97   $3,171,528 5
2007/05/09 6 $235,229 -4% 2,525 $93   $3,406,757 6
2007/05/10 7 $216,217 -8% 2,525 $86   $3,622,974 7
2007/05/14 11 $121,327   2,525 $48   $4,939,643 11
2007/05/15 11 $132,113 +9% 2,525 $52   $5,071,756 12
2007/05/16 10 $137,194 +4% 2,525 $54   $5,208,950 13
2007/05/17 11 $120,799 -12% 2,525 $48   $5,329,749 14
2007/05/28 51 $7,105   60 $118   $5,594,754 25

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2007/05/04 6 $2,710,445   2,525 $1,073   $2,710,445 3
2007/05/11 13 $1,195,342 -56% 2,525 $473   $4,818,316 10
2007/05/18 26 $160,940 -87% 345 $466   $5,490,689 17
2007/05/25 47 $28,319 -82% 60 $472   $5,587,649 24
2007/06/01 64 $10,437 -63% 36 $290   $5,616,175 31
2007/06/08 46 $43,854 +320% 40 $1,096   $5,666,145 38
2007/06/15 61 $10,398 -76% 18 $578   $5,686,531 45
2007/06/22 45 $37,411 +260% 0     $5,727,530 52
2007/06/29 57 $6,482 -83% 20 $324   $5,755,286 59

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
9/23/20072942,720 42,720$853,973$853,9731

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