Michael Clayton

Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $49,033,882Details
International Box Office $43,953,769
Worldwide Box Office $92,987,651
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $18,913,770 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $18,913,770
Further financial details...

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

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics
90% - Certified Fresh
Audience
69% - Upright

Movie Details

Production Budget:$21,500,000
Theatrical Release: October 5th, 2007 (Exclusive) by Warner Bros.
October 12th, 2007 (Expands Wide) by Warner Bros.
Video Release: February 19th, 2008 by Warner Home Video
MPAA Rating: R for language including some sexual dialogue
Keywords: Lawyers
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Drama
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: Clayton Productions, LLC

DVD Rentals - Into Second Place

There were only four new releases to chart this week, and only one made it into the top five. This left Beowulf with an easy road to first place as it added $9.02 million in rentals for the week and $19.94 million after two. More...

DVD Releases for March 11, 2008

A rather slow week for new releases, which is good because three DVDs arrived late last week and I was able to get caught up on spotlight reviews. (Actually, I'm not completely caught up as at least one failed to show up in time for this week.) As for the DVD Pick of the Week, the obvious choice would seem to be No Country for Old Men, but the lackluster DVD just screams double-dip and in the end I went with Stargate - Ark of Truth - Buy from Amazon instead. More...

DVD Rentals - Competition is no Match for Beowulf

New releases were spread pretty evenly on the rental charts and included a new number one, Beowulf, which opened with $10.93 million. More...

DVD Rentals - All-American Release

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DVD Sales - Ganging Up on the Competition

There were a number of new releases to chart this week, including the new number one, American Gangster, which sold 2.63 million units for $44.54 million in revenue. After one week, it is already the best selling DVD of the year. This isn't surprising as the film was the first $100 million hit to be released on the home market this year, but is an impressive start nonetheless. More...

Awards Season - No Country but Plenty of Oscars for Old Men

The Oscars have all been awarded and No Country for Old Men was the big winner at the Oscars, taking home four major awards. (It was shut out of the technical nominations.) The second biggest winner of the night was The Bourne Ultimatum with three awards, all technical. More...

Oscar Contest - Category Highlight - Best Director and Best Picture

With our annual Oscar Prediction contest underway, now is the best time to look at the nominees and try and figure out who the favorites are and which films should just feel honored to be nominated. Today we look at Best Director and Best Picture. More...

Oscar Contest - Category Highlight - Lead Acting Roles

With our annual Oscar Prediction contest underway, now is the best time to look at the nominees and try and figure out who the favorites are and which films should just feel honored to be nominated. Today we look at Best Female Actor in a Lead Role and Best Male Actor in a Lead Role. More...

DVD Releases for February 19, 2008

With the Oscars less than a week away, we have a few Oscar contenders on this week's list. However, for DVD Pick of the Week I've made what many might consider a weird choice and went with Walker - Criterion Collection - Buy from Amazon. More...

Oscar Contest - Category Highlight - Supporting Acting Roles

With our annual Oscar Prediction contest underway, now is the best time to look at the nominees and try and figure out who the favorites are and which films should just feel honored to be nominated. Today we look at Best Female Actor in a Supporting Role and Best Male Actor in a Supporting Role. More...

Oscar Contest - Category Highlight - Original Screenplay and Adapted Screenplay

With our annual Oscar Prediction contest underway, now is the best time to look at the nominees and try and figure out who the favorites are and which films should just feel honored to be nominated. Today we will look at Best Writing - Original Screenplay and Best Writing - Adapted Screenplay. More...

Awards Season - No Shortage of Love for Country or Blood

The Oscar nominations were announced today and there is no shortage of contenders. In fact, with no real juggernaut to deal with, the competition is more up in the air that most years. More...

Awards Season - Guilds Get into the Act

The final three guilds handed out their nominations over the past week and while most deal with television, there are a handful of theatrical nominations for each of the Directors Guild of America, the Producers Guild of America, and the Writers Guild of America. More...

Award Season - SAG Follows the Script - SAG Nominations

The Screen Actors Guild nominations were announced this week, but again there were no clear front runners for the six theatrical categories. More...

Award Season - Globes Spread the Love Around

The Hollywood Foreign Press Association announced their Golden Globe nominations this week, but there were no truly dominate films out of the 14 theatrical categories. More...

International Details - Lions are more like Lambs

Lions for Lambs climbed a spot to sixth place with $4.34 million on 2453 screens in 53 markets for a total of $25.97 million, while only managing $1 million or more in one market this past weekend, ($1.40 million on 390 screens during its sixth place debut in France). It opens in Italy later this month and Japan in the spring of '08, but there's almost no chance the film will show a profit at this point. Normally one movie losing money isn't a big issue because the studio can rely on one or two monster hits to pay for their misses, (Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix made enough money to pay for the entire budgets of half-a-dozen misses for Warner Bros. this year, and that's before the home market). However, United Artists is a newly relauched studio and they don't have a war chest built up from past victories. Stumbling out of the gate like this hurts. More...

International Details - Elizabeth a Little More Golden Overseas

Elizabeth: The Golden Age nearly reached the top five with $5.79 million on 1579 screens in 12 markets for a total of $21.80 million. This includes a first place, $1.89 million opening on 470 screens in Russia, while the film added $933,000 on 394 screens in the U.K. for a total of $8.40 million so far. More...

International Details - Orphans Still Strong

The Orphanage may have fallen out of the top five internationally, but it remained the top draw in Spain with $4.11 million on 373 screens over the weekend for a three-week total of $20.78 million. This is more than Ratatouille has earned in that market after three months of release and equivalent to $200 to $300 million here. It won't make $200 to $300 million here, in fact, it might not make $20 million here. It all depends on how well it does with critics and award committees. More...

International Details - Superbad Neither Super Nor Bad

Superbad climbed into sixth place with $4.26 million on 1836 screens in 27 markets for a total of $31.79 million. Most of that growth came from Spain where the film debuted in second place with $2.24 million on 350 screens while it also opened in Brazil with $511,000 on 192 screens. The film doesn't have many major markets left to open in, but it has already earned more than most comparable films do during their entire run. More...

Even Horror Films Can\'t Survive the October of Terrors

It's been more than a month since we've seen the weekend box office numbers top last year's figures. This time around the overall box office was $97 million, which was down 2% from last weekend and 8% from the same weekend last year. So far this fall is behind lasts year's pace by more than 6%, 10% if you are using tickets sold and not dollars. Year to date, on the other hand, is still showing a 6% growth, and up more than $400 million on last year's pace. Even ticket sales are still up a strong 1.4%, so there's no reason to panic just yet, but the recent weakness is still a cause for concern. More...

International Details - Another Bollywood Blockbuster

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Why Do We Underestimate Tyler Perry?

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International Details - Heartbreak for the Kid

The Heartbreak Kid missed the top five by less than $20,000 over the weekend earning $5.74 million on 819 screens in 4 markets during its opening weekend on the international charts. This includes openings in to major markets including the U.K. where it opened in first place with $2.52 million on 409 screens, but this was still a disappointing debut, much like it was domestically. Conversely, the film opened in second place in Russia with $2.31 million on 360 screens, but this is a much better performance compared to the overall box office size of the marketplace. More...

Who Will Own the Weekend?

September continues. At least it feels that way at the box office. No one film seems destined for box office glory. For that matter, no film is opening in 2,500 or more theaters, although one film, Michael Clayton is expanding that wide. Without one powerhouse film, there's a wide-open race for first place with three films in the running. At least that should keep people interested in the numbers. More...

Clayton Gives Clooney a Great Start on the Per Theater Chart

As has been the case for the past few weeks, we had a limited release with a monster start. This time it was Michael Clayton and its $700,000 opening in just 15 theaters for an average of $47,994; this bodes very well for the film's wide expansion this weekend. Second place went to the re-release of Blade Runner, which earned just under $90,000 in 2 theaters for an average of $44,575; this bodes very well for the sales of the Five-Disc Ultimate Collector's Edition, which comes out this December on DVD, Blu-Ray, and HD-DVD. Last week's winner, The Darjeeling Limited, showed strong resilience in the face of expansion, earning an average of $29,559 during its first full weekend. The same can be said of Lust, Caution as the film went from a single theater to 17 while averaging $21,342. Finally, Finishing the Game was a surprise entrant into the $10,000 club with $11,903 in its lone theater. More...

International Details - Winning by a Hair

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Documenting the Limited Releases

It seems like every limited release this week is a documentary. Of course that's not true as only seven of the thirteen releases are documentaries ... eight if you include Finishing the Game, which is a mockumentary. However, it is Michael Clayton that should become the biggest hit of the group. More...

Movie Website Updates for September 30 - October 6, 2007

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2007 Preview: October

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Movie Website Updates for August 26 - September 1, 2007

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New Movie US Release Dates - June 23, 2007

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New Movie US Release Dates - April 1, 2007

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Cast

George Clooney    Michael Clayton
Tom Wilkinson    Arthur Edens
Tilda Swinton    Karen Crowder
Sydney Pollack    Marty Bach
Michael O'Keefe    Barry Grissom
Ken Howard    Don Jefferies
Denis O'Hare    Mr. Greer
Sean Cullen    Gene Clayton
Merritt Wever    Anna
David Lansbury    Timmy Clayton
David Zayas    Detective Dalberto
Robert Prescott    Mr. Verne
Terry Serpico    Mr. Iker
Bill Raymond    Gabe Zabel
Danielle Skraastad    Voice of Bridget Klein
Wai Chan    Chinese Dealer
Alberto Vasquez    Player
Brian Koppleman    Player
Tom McCarthy    Voice of Walter
Julie White    Mrs. Greer
Austin Williams    Henry Clayton
Jennifer Van Dyck    Ivy
Frank Wood    Gerald
Richard Hecht    Auctioneer
Jonathan Walker    Voice of Del
Sharon Washington    Pam
Cynthia Mace    Voice of Wendy
Michael Countryman    Voice of Evan
Amy Hargreaves    Interviewer
Susan Pellegrino    Secretary
Rachel Black    Maude
Matthew Detmer    Todd
John Douglas Thompson    Jail Guard
Brian Poteat    Deposition Lawyer
Christopher Mann    Lieutenant Elston
Edward Furs    Milwaukee Captain
Katherine Waterston    Third Year
John Gerard Franklin    Correction Officer
Remy Auberjoniois    Fifth Year
Pun Bandhu    Fourth Year
Jason Strong    First Year
Paul Oquist    Caddy
Heidi Armbruster    Anna's Sister
Pamela Gray    Cindy Bach
Andrew Sherman    Voice of U/North
Kevin Hagan    Raymond Clayton
Julia Gibson    Stephanie Clayton
Susan Egbert    Michelle
Doug McGrath    Jeff Gaffney
Gregory Dann    Cop
Cathy Diane Tomlin    Cop
Sam Gilroy    Copy Kid
Maggie Siff    Attorney
Sarah Nichols    Barry's Assistant
Susan McBrien    Jean
Jordan Lage    Partner
Neal Huff    First Associate
Paul Juhn    Second Associate

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Tony Gilroy
Screenwriter    Tony Gilroy
Producer    Sydney Pollack
Producer    Jennifer Fox
Producer    Steven Samuels
Producer    Kerry Orent
Executive Producer    Steven Soderbergh
Executive Producer    George Clooney
Executive Producer    James Holt
Executive Producer    Anthony Minghella
Director of Photography    Robert Elswit
Production Designer    Kevin Thompson
Editor    John Gilroy
Costume Designer    Sarah Edwards
Composer    James Newton Howard
Co-Producer    Christopher Goode
Assistant Director    Steve Apicella
Unit Production Manager    Christopher Goode
Production Supervisor    Igor Srubshchik
Art Director    Clay Brown
Set Decorator    George DeTitta Jr.
Set Decorator    Charles M. Potter
Set Decorator    Paul Cheponis
Set Decorator    Christine Mayer
Set Decorator    John Schabel
Second Unit Camera    Joe Collins
Second Unit Camera    Steven Finestone
Additional Photography    Anthony Wolberg
Costume Supervisor    David Davenport
Costume Supervisor    Kate Edwards
Sound Mixer    Michael Barosky
Re-recording Mixer    Michael Barry
Re-recording Mixer    Andrew Kris
Supervising Sound Editor    Paul Soucek
Sound Effects Editor    Brian Langman
Dialogue Editor    Dan Korintus
Music Editor    Nic Ratner
Make up    Chris Bingham
Make up    Mia Thoen
Hairstylist    Waldo Sanchez
Hairstylist    Jerry Popolis
Music Supervisor    Brian Ross
Casting Director    Ellen Chenoweth
Stunt Coordinator    Jery Hewitt

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2007/10/12 3 $3,303,152   2,511 $1,315   $4,380,359 8
2007/10/13 3 $4,667,713 +41% 2,511 $1,859   $9,048,072 9
2007/10/14 4 $2,402,557 -49% 2,511 $957   $11,450,629 10
2007/10/15 3 $802,399 -67% 2,511 $320   $12,253,028 11
2007/10/16 3 $904,824 +13% 2,511 $360   $13,157,852 12
2007/10/17 2 $902,028 n/c 2,511 $359   $14,059,880 13
2007/10/18 2 $826,434 -8% 2,511 $329   $14,886,314 14
2007/10/19 4 $2,249,806 +172% 2,585 $870   $17,136,120 15
2007/10/20 4 $2,976,083 +32% 2,585 $1,151   $20,112,203 16
2007/10/21 4 $1,451,383 -51% 2,585 $561   $21,563,586 17
2007/10/22 3 $487,273 -66% 2,585 $189   $22,050,859 18
2007/10/23 3 $603,268 +24% 2,585 $233   $22,654,127 19
2007/10/24 3 $557,395 -8% 2,585 $216   $23,211,522 20
2007/10/25 3 $532,272 -5% 2,585 $206   $23,743,794 21
2007/10/26 6 $1,569,399 +195% 2,585 $607   $25,313,193 22
2007/10/27 6 $2,274,480 +45% 2,585 $880   $27,587,673 23
2007/10/28 6 $1,080,495 -52% 2,585 $418   $28,668,168 24
2007/10/29 5 $344,364 -68% 2,585 $133   $29,012,532 25
2007/10/30 4 $378,229 +10% 2,585 $146   $29,390,761 26
2007/10/31 4 $526,291 +39% 2,585 $204   $29,917,052 27
2007/11/01 4 $381,434 -28% 2,585 $148   $30,298,486 28
2007/11/02 8 $850,468 +123% 2,107 $404   $31,148,954 29
2007/11/03 8 $1,367,695 +61% 2,107 $649   $32,516,649 30
2007/11/04 9 $566,970 -59% 2,107 $269   $33,083,619 31
2007/11/05 8 $188,182 -67% 2,107 $89   $33,271,801 32
2007/11/06 9 $222,356 +18% 2,107 $106   $33,494,157 33
2007/11/07 6 $219,083 -1% 2,107 $104   $33,713,240 34
2007/11/08 7 $221,207 +1% 2,107 $105   $33,934,447 35
2007/11/09 11 $449,831 +103% 2,107 $213   $34,384,278 36
2007/11/10 10 $801,294 +78% 1,150 $697   $35,185,572 37
2007/11/11 11 $446,331 -44% 1,150 $388   $35,631,903 38
2007/11/13 12 $112,381   1,150 $98   $35,930,713 40
2007/11/14 11 $109,154 -3% 1,150 $95   $36,039,867 41
2007/11/15 12 $104,407 -4% 1,150 $91   $36,144,274 42
2007/11/16 15 $263,000 +152% 695 $378   $36,407,000 43
2008/01/01 - $18,801   44 $427   $39,167,392 89
2008/01/21 39 $11,132   33 $337   $39,399,327 109
2008/01/22 - $7,048 -37% 33 $214   $39,406,375 110
2008/01/23 - $10,071 +43% 33 $305   $39,416,446 111
2008/01/24 - $11,733 +17% 33 $356   $39,428,179 112
2008/01/25 - $504,803 +4,202% 1,102 $458   $39,932,982 113
2008/01/26 - $1,044,376 +107% 1,102 $948   $40,977,358 114
2008/01/27 - $676,081 -35% 1,102 $614   $41,653,439 115
2008/01/28 - $194,440 -71% 1,102 $176   $41,847,879 116
2008/01/29 13 $188,406 -3% 1,102 $171   $42,036,285 117
2008/01/30 - $188,527 n/c 1,102 $171   $42,224,812 118
2008/01/31 - $167,968 -11% 1,102 $152   $42,392,780 119
2008/02/01 17 $482,278 +187% 1,010 $478   $42,875,058 120
2008/02/02 17 $979,734 +103% 1,010 $970   $43,854,792 121
2008/02/03 18 $271,330 -72% 1,010 $269   $44,126,122 122
2008/02/04 16 $141,413 -48% 1,010 $140   $44,267,535 123
2008/02/05 16 $137,162 -3% 1,010 $136   $44,404,697 124
2008/02/06 16 $138,338 +1% 1,010 $137   $44,543,035 125
2008/02/07 16 $142,214 +3% 1,010 $141   $44,685,249 126
2008/02/08 - $363,076 +155% 757 $480   $45,048,325 127
2008/02/09 16 $744,137 +105% 757 $983   $45,792,462 128
2008/02/10 17 $388,225 -48% 757 $513   $46,180,687 129
2008/02/11 17 $89,212 -77% 757 $118   $46,269,899 130
2008/02/12 17 $93,381 +5% 757 $123   $46,363,280 131
2008/02/13 17 $92,383 -1% 757 $122   $46,455,663 132
2008/02/14 19 $94,341 +2% 757 $125   $46,550,004 133
2008/02/15 20 $201,214 +113% 540 $373   $46,751,218 134
2008/02/16 20 $417,714 +108% 540 $774   $47,168,932 135
2008/02/17 20 $331,477 -21% 540 $614   $47,500,409 136
2008/02/18 21 $200,888 -39% 540 $372   $47,701,297 137
2008/02/19 - $74,069 -63% 540 $137   $47,775,366 138
2008/02/20 - $72,252 -2% 540 $134   $47,847,618 139
2008/02/21 - $75,860 +5% 540 $140   $47,923,478 140
2008/02/22 - $141,259 +86% 425 $332   $48,064,737 141
2008/02/23 - $332,074 +135% 425 $781   $48,396,811 142
2008/02/24 - $121,050 -64% 425 $285   $48,517,861 143
2008/02/25 - $33,427 -72% 425 $79   $48,551,288 144
2008/02/26 - $35,226 +5% 425 $83   $48,586,514 145
2008/02/27 22 $37,081 +5% 425 $87   $48,623,595 146
2008/02/28 - $32,430 -13% 425 $76   $48,656,025 147
2008/02/29 - $48,649 +50% 200 $243   $48,704,674 148
2008/03/01 - $97,036 +99% 200 $485   $48,801,710 149
2008/03/02 - $48,136 -50% 200 $241   $48,849,846 150
2008/03/03 - $15,314 -68% 200 $77   $48,865,160 151
2008/03/04 - $15,523 +1% 200 $78   $48,880,683 152
2008/03/05 - $15,408 -1% 200 $77   $48,896,091 153
2008/03/06 - $15,244 -1% 200 $76   $48,911,335 154
2008/03/07 - $18,140 +19% 108 $168   $48,929,475 155
2008/03/08 - $31,245 +72% 108 $289   $48,960,720 156
2008/03/09 - $15,603 -50% 108 $144   $48,976,323 157
2008/03/10 - $5,641 -64% 108 $52   $48,981,964 158
2008/03/11 - $6,340 +12% 108 $59   $48,988,304 159
2008/03/12 - $6,238 -2% 108 $58   $48,994,542 160

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2007/10/05 22 $719,910   15 $47,994   $719,910 3
2007/10/12 4 $10,373,422 +1,341% 2,511 $4,131   $11,450,629 10
2007/10/19 4 $6,677,272 -36% 2,585 $2,583   $21,563,586 17
2007/10/26 6 $4,924,374 -26% 2,585 $1,905   $28,668,168 24
2007/11/02 8 $2,785,133 -43% 2,107 $1,322   $33,083,619 31
2007/11/09 12 $1,697,456 -39% 1,150 $1,476   $35,631,903 38
2007/11/16 12 $1,037,020 -39% 695 $1,492   $37,181,294 45
2007/11/23 19 $536,049 -48% 301 $1,781   $38,042,902 52
2007/11/30 21 $291,450 -46% 251 $1,161   $38,444,992 59
2007/12/07 24 $206,719 -29% 201 $1,028   $38,733,890 66
2007/12/14 28 $114,334 -45% 101 $1,132   $38,920,455 73
2007/12/21 33 $50,729 -56% 64 $793   $39,022,895 80
2007/12/28 41 $59,482 +17% 44 $1,352   $39,132,109 87
2008/01/04 43 $69,830 +17% 42 $1,663   $39,254,140 94
2008/01/11 41 $45,196 -35% 31 $1,458   $39,324,530 101
2008/01/18 41 $44,735 -1% 33 $1,356   $39,388,195 108
2008/01/25 16 $2,225,260 +4,874% 1,102 $2,019   $41,653,439 115
2008/02/01 18 $1,733,342 -22% 1,010 $1,716   $44,126,122 122
2008/02/08 18 $1,495,438 -14% 757 $1,975   $46,180,687 129
2008/02/15 23 $950,405 -36% 540 $1,760   $47,500,409 136
2008/02/22 25 $594,383 -37% 425 $1,399   $48,517,861 143
2008/02/29 34 $193,821 -67% 200 $969   $48,849,846 150
2008/03/07 46 $64,988 -66% 108 $602   $48,976,323 157
2008/03/14 64 $23,808 -63% 43 $554   $49,024,969 164

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
2/24/20082555,974 555,974$9,679,507$9,679,5071
3/2/20086248,672-55% 804,646$4,316,946$13,996,4532
3/9/20089110,433-56% 915,079$1,927,056$15,923,5093
3/16/20081970,474-36% 985,553$1,239,638$17,163,1474
3/23/20083035,619-49% 1,021,172$559,222$17,722,3695

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