Les Miserables

Les Miserables poster
Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $148,809,770Details
International Box Office $293,350,203
Worldwide Box Office $442,159,973
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $34,608,001 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $30,302,199 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $64,910,200
Further financial details...

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Synopsis

Les Misérables tells a story of broken dreams and unrequited love, passion, sacrifice and redemption - a testament to the survival of the human spirit.

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics
70% - Fresh
Audience
79% - Upright

Movie Details

Production Budget:$65,000,000
Theatrical Release: December 25th, 2012 (Wide) by Universal
December 25th, 2012 (IMAX) by Universal
Video Release: March 22nd, 2013 by Universal Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for suggestive and sexual material, violence and thematic elements.
(Rating bulletin 2248, 11/7/2012)
Keywords: Ensemble, Child Abuse, Spoiled Child, Prostitution, Cross-Dressing, Orphan, Political, Poverty, Love Triangle, First Love, Romance, Revolution
Source:Based on Fiction Book/Short Story
Genre:Musical
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Historical Fiction

DVD Sales: April 14th, 2013: Bible Doesn't Resurrect Sales Numbers

There were only three new releases to reach the top 30 on the April 14th, 2013 edition of the DVD sales chart and none of them reached the top five. This left the top five identical to last week. The Bible: The Epic Miniseries sold 161,000 units and generated $5.29 million in sales for the week, lifting its running tallies to 597,000 units / $19.60 million. More...

Blu-ray Sales: April 14th, 2013: Hobbit Stretches Its Legs

Like the DVD sales chart, there were almost no new releases to find a place on the April 14th, 2013 edition of the Blu-ray sales chart. The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey rose to the top of the chart 104,000 units / $2.60 million for the week and 1.93 million units / $45.02 million after four. More...

DVD Sales: April 7th, 2013: The Bible Leads the Way

New releases were nearly shut out of the April 7th, 2013 edition of the DVD sales chart. That said, the one and only new release to chart was The Bible: The Epic Miniseries, which earned first place with 436,000 units / $14.31 million. More...

Blu-ray Sales: April 7th, 2013: Bible Blues

There were a couple of new releases to chart on the April 7th, 2013 edition of the Blu-ray sales chart. This includes The Bible: The Epic Miniseries, which earned first place with 172,000 units / $6.31 million. Its opening week Blu-ray share was 28%, which is low for the format as a whole, but better than expected, given its genre and target audience. More...

DVD Sales: March 31st, 2013: Lincoln Leads and Holdovers Soar

The week of March 31st, 2013 was a strange week on the home market, as it contained Easter weekend. Easter sales helped a lot of older releases rise on the DVD sales chart. Even so, a new release, Lincoln, led the way with 818,000 units / $15.62 million. More...

Blu-ray Sales: March 31st, 2013: Lincoln Feels Miserable(s)

There were quite a few new releases to reach the upper echelon of the March 31st, 2013 edition of the Blu-ray sales chart. Lincoln was the best of these earning first place with 496,000 units / $14.24 million during its first week of release for a Blu-ray share of 38%. This is really good for a drama. More...

DVD Sales: March 24th, 2013: Hobbit Travels to the Top

The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey dominated the new releases and easily won first place on the March 24th edition of the DVD sales chart. The film sold 1.07 million units and generated $13.05 million in opening week sales, putting it in the top ten of the year after just one week of release. More...

Blu-ray Sales: March 24th, 2013: Hobbit Reaches its Expected Destination

The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey was one of three new releases to finish in the top three spots on the March 24th, 2013 edition of the Blu-ray sales chart. It sold 1.36 million units and generated $31.34 million for an opening week Blu-ray share of 56%. It wasn't that long ago that reaching the 50% mark would have been record-breaking, but here it was expected. More...

DVD and Blu-ray Releases for March 19th, 2013

It is a very healthy week on the home market, at least at the top, as there are a number of big hits and Awards Season contenders. The biggest of these is The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey. The film didn't live up to expectations, but it is still worth picking up, especially if you've made the leap to 3D. There are also a couple of Awards Season contenders coming out this week, but I'm waiting for the screeners for both of them. Les Miserables has generated a lot of praise, but also some harsh criticisms. On the other hand, Zero Dark Thirty was one of the best movies of the year and even sight unseen, the Blu-ray Combo Pack is the Pick of the Week. More...

International Box Office: Oz Powers Its Way to the Top

Oz the Great and Powerful began its international run in first place with $69.2 million on 11,250 screens in 46 markets. It crushed the competition is Russia with $14.65 million on 1,137 screens, but this particular market tends to reward fantasy films. It wasn't quite as strong in the U.K., but still earned first place with $5.53 million on 530 screens. It also topped the charts in Mexico ($5.26 million on 207 screens); in Australia ($4.88 million on 268); in Brazil ($4.39 million 732); Italy ($3.76 million 588); Germany ($3.74 million on 548); and in Spain ($2.62 million on 649). On the other hand, it had to settle for second place in Japan with $2.81 million on 584 screens over the weekend for a total opening of $3.50 million. It could do no better than fourth in South Korea with $1.58 million on 425 screens over the weekend for a total opening of $1.73 million. It is too soon to tell where it will end up, but this is a good start. More...

International Box Office: Journey Never Ends

Journey To The West: Conquering The Demons earned first place for the third weekend in a row earning $23.37 million in 8 markets for a running tally of $193.09 million. A few years ago, a Chinese film earning nearly $200 million would have been the biggest news of the year, but this is becoming almost common. More...

2013 Awards Season: Argo Unites a Divided Night at the Oscars

Argo was the big winner at the Oscars last night, although arguably, there were no big winners, but a lot of films that shared in the glory. There were also some pretty interesting twists and a few events that stand out. Due to ongoing computer difficulties, I was unable to live-blog the Oscars this year. I will still be giving my reactions on a category by category basis, but not in the order they were handed out. More...

Weekend Estimates: Identity Thief Regains Top Spot

The box office crown for Oscar weekend will be claimed by Identity Thief, according to studio estimates released on Sunday morning, even though the comedy will fall by a relatively large 41% from last weekend. So its win is in large part due to the low-key new releases: Snitch will be second with $13 million in a modest 2,511 theaters and Dark Skies is headed for 6th place with $8.85 million from 2,313 theaters. Neither new film has particularly low per theater averages ($5,177 and $3,826 respectively), so their so-so debuts are as much a factor of their smallish opening theater counts as lack of demand. More...

2013 Awards Season: Oscar Highlight: Best Picture

With our annual Oscar Prediction contest underway, now is the best time to look at the nominees and try to figure out who the favorites are and which films should just feel honored to be nominated. We wrap up our look at the prestigious categories with the most prestigious of them all: Best Picture. Like last year, there are nine nominees. Unlike last year, none of them were completely out of left field. That's not to say they all have a legitimate shot at winning; there's definitely a favorite. However, politics could become an issue. I don't mean politics as in Democrat vs. Republican. I mean behind-the-scenes issues might play a bigger role than what is on the screen. Let's take a look at the nominees, and their chances to claiming the crown on Sunday. More...

International Box Office: Journey has a Good Day

Thanks to the Chinese New Year, Journey To The West: Conquering The Demons rocketed into first place with $94.26 million in 5 markets over the weekend for a total run of $113.09 million. The film broke a number of records in its native China, including biggest opening day for a Chinese film ($12.3 million) and biggest single day of all time ($19.6 million) and fastest to $100 million in China (8 days). At this point, someone in North America should be interested in grabbing the film for a domestic release. More...

2013 Awards Season: Oscar Highlight: Best Supporting Actress

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. This week we will look at the four acting categories, starting with Best Supporting Actress, which is again not a very competitive category this year. I'm not saying it is impossible for upset to happen here, but it is very, very unlikely. More...

2013 Awards Season: Oscar Highlight: Best Lead Actor

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. This week we will look at the four acting categories, continuing with Best Lead Actor. This category is not truly competitive, but I'm supporting an underdog. More...

International Box Office: Django Completes Hat Trick

For the third weekend in a row, Django Unchained earned first place on the international chart. This weekend it earned $19.55 million on 5,090 screens in 65 markets for totals of $187.71 million internationally and $342.23 million worldwide. It has now made more than Inglourious Basterds made worldwide, and it is a week away from becoming Quentin Tarantino's undisputed biggest hit of his career. Plus, it has yet to open in Japan and a few other markets, so it might have more milestones ahead. More...

International Box Office: Django Remains Top Draw

Django Unchained won the international race with $30.28 million on 5,990 screens in 65 markets for a running total of $158.36 million. Worldwide, its total has reached $309.31 million. It is just a week away from overtaking Inglourious Basterds as Quentin Tarantino's biggest hit of his career. The film had no major market openings, which makes its hold more impressive. Its best market was Germany, where it made $6.61 million on 708 screens over the weekend for a total of $30.78 million after three. More...

International Box Office: Django Battles Bond for Top Spot

There was a relatively close race on top of the international chart, but Django Unchained came out on top for the second week in a row. This time it earned $43.10 million on 6,421 screens in 64 markets for a total of $111.61 million after just two weeks of release. It is rapidly closing in on Inglourious Basterds as Quentin Tarantino's biggest hit of his career. It is also the most expensive film in his career. The film opened in first place in Australia with $3.95 million on 330 screens over the weekend for a total opening of $5.61 million. It also remained in top spot in Germany with an incredible $8.08 million on 650 screens over the weekend for a two-week total of $21.32 million. More...

2013 Awards Season: Lincoln's Double-Win Still Leaves it Behind Argo

The SAG handed out their awards over the weekend and while Lincoln took home two awards, Argo continues its surprising run by winning the big award of the night. More...

International Box Office: Unchained Free to Take Top Spot

Django Unchained began its international run in first place with $49.70 million on 5,863 screens in 54 markets. It opened in first place in a number of major markets, led by Germany, where it made $9.84 million on 482 screens, while it was nearly as potent in France with $7.54 million on 610 screens. It also earned first place in Italy with $4.60 million on 541 screens and in Spain with $3.40 million on 541. It had to settle for second place in the U.K. ($4.45 million on 445 screens); in Russia ($5.52 million on 736); and in Mexico ($999,000 on 451). It only managed third place in Brazil with $1.27 million, but it was only playing on 187 screens. Overall, this debut was 30% better than Inglourious Basterds' debut in the same markets. More...

International Box Office: Second Serving of Pi

Life of Pi remained in first place on the international chart with $34.95 million on 9,291 screens in 67 markets. Its totals reached $359.11 million internationally and $453.91 million worldwide. The film's biggest market of the weekend was Russia, where it earned $4.45 million on 1,575 screens over the weekend for a total of $25.07 million after two. More...

2013 Awards Season: Les Mis Leads Ways as Surprises Dominate

Hollywood Foreign Press Association handed out their awards last night, and the trend of surprises continues. Les Miserables led the way with three awards, only one of which I was truly expecting. Meanwhile, Argo won more awards than Lincoln. I don't think anyone was predicting that. More...

2013 Awards Season: DGA Diverge From Oscars

The Directors Guild of America handed out their nominations for Feature Films last week and Documentaries today. No, I have no idea why they split up their announcements. Usually, there's a lot of overlap between the DGAs and the Oscars, but that's not the case this year, so we again have some surprises. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Oscar Bounce Subdued

Oscar nominations didn't produce a big box office bounce over the weekend, but Zero Dark Thirty still managed an easy win, despite missing my admittedly high expectations. The only film in the top five to be a pleasant surprise was A Haunted House, although "pleasant" is not a word most critics were using to describe it. The box office pulled in $141 million overall, which was 4.7% lower than last weekend. More importantly though, it was 6.3% higher than the same weekend last year, which means if A Haunted House bombed like I thought it would, 2013 would have lost in the year-over-year comparison. Fortunately, we had a second win in as many weeks and 2013 is off to an early 22% lead, at $441 million to $362 million. More...

Weekend Predictions: Will Oscar Glory Shine a Light on Dark?

With the Oscar nominations announced yesterday, most movie aficionados are focusing on that. This is great news for Zero Dark Thirty, which picked up five Oscars yesterday and should lead the box office this week. There are other films opening wide this week. This includes Gangster Squad, which should do acceptable business, even though its reviews are weak. Finally there's A Haunted House, which is an early contender for worst movie of the year. Last year, Contraband opened with just over $24 million and I think Zero Dark Thirty will top that. Overall, 2013 looks pretty good in comparison. More...

International Box Office: Pi Living the High Life

Life of Pi rose to first place with $59.30 million on 10,027 screens in 64 markets for a total of $302.04 million internationally and $393.08 million worldwide. The film reportedly dominated the Russian box office with $14.2 million on 1,600 screens. It had to settle for second place in Australia with $5.18 million on 545 screens over the weekend for a total of $8.36 million. It managed third place in South Korea with $3.06 million on 392 screens over the weekend for a total opening of $5.35 million. This film has yet to open in Japan and a few smaller markets, so it isn't done yet and it should have no trouble getting to $500 million worldwide. More...

2013 Awards Season: Lincoln Oversees a Divided Group of Nominees

The Oscar nominations were announced this morning, and there's certainly a lot to talk about. There are some nominations that should surprise no one. For instance, Lincoln led the way with twelve nominations, and it has been seen as the major contender for a long time. However, there were also a few surprise nominations and some major snubs. Here are the list of nominations, and some reactions. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Texas Messes With Holdovers

There was a pleasant surprise during the first weekend of 2013, as Texas Chainsaw 3D opened in first place with more than $20 million. Django Unchained also beat that milestone. The overall box office still fell from last weekend, down 18% to $147 million, but this is to be expected for a post-holiday weekend. It was 5.9% higher than the same weekend last year and 2013 is off to an early lead over 2012 at $253 million to $191 million. Hopefully I don't have to tell you it is way too early to pay serious attention to those numbers, but it is better to win early than fall behind. More...

2013 Awards Season: PGA Produces a Few Surprises

Producers Guild of America announced their nominations this week, including the three theatrical categories. There were a number of films on the list that have been mentioned time and time again this awards season, like Zero Dark Thirty, but there were also a few surprises. More...

Weekend Predictions: New Releases to Win New Year?

Its the first weekend of 2013 and there is one new wide release and a previous limited release expanding semi-wide. Will either film compete for top spot? Not likely. There are some recent examples of horror films opening well in January, so Texas Chainsaw 3D could be a surprise hit, but there's also a chance it won't reach the top 5. Meanwhile, Promised Land is a message movie, but one that has limited appeal beyond those that agree with the message. This means The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey will remain on top of the box office chart. If it does so, it will mean in the past nine weeks, only three films have earned first place over the weekend. 2012 got off to a strong start and last year the box office was led by The Devil Inside, which made $33.73 million. I don't think any film will make $20 million over the weekend this year, so 2013 could start off on a losing note. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Christmas Catch-Up

All of the final box office numbers we're going to get are in, so let's take a look at the last two weeks at the box office. There were not a lot of changes with the final numbers and no film switched places, so there's not a lot to update. The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey remained in top spot in both weeks with Django Unchained in close second this weekend and Jack Reacher a distant second the weekend before. The year ended with $10.76 billion, or about 5.8% higher than last year's total and just a hair above 2009's record total. More...

International Box Office: Hobbit Rules Weekend, Skyfall Cracks $1 Billion

We are still stuck with studio estimates, but it is clear The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey repeated on the top of the international box office chart this past weekend. It earned $106.5 million in 62 markets for totals of $464 million internationally and $686 million worldwide. Its biggest opening of the weekend was from Australia where it earned $18.6 million on 560 screens. This is the biggest opening in the franchise. It also remained strong in Germany with $17.17 million on 888 screens over the weekend, which represented an 11% increase and pushed its total to $61.14 million after three weeks of release. It was also able to earn more than $10 million in the U.K. with $11.18 million on 596 screens over the weekend for a total of $58.51 million after three weeks of release. The film has yet to open in a few markets, so getting to $1 billion worldwide is still the main target. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Happy New Year!

The last news story of the year is the weekend wrap-up, but since many studios are still closed for the holidays, we are still dealing with estimates. It appears that The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey won a close race for top spot just ahead of Django Unchained. Additionally, every film in the top five came within a rounding error of predictions, or was better than expected, and the overall box office was massive compared to last year. We won't have final numbers for the last two weekends till Wednesday or Thursday, so there will be a lot of catching up to do, but it is hard to complain about the results we've seen. More...

Weekend Predictions: Ringing Out the Old Year

There are three wide releases this weekend; however, all of them were released on Christmas day, so we have a few box office numbers to look at. Les Miserables was a surprise winner on Christmas day, while both Django Unchained and Parental Guidance also beat expectations, which bodes well for their perform this weekend. Even so, The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey will likely remain in top spot as it crosses $200 million domestically. Compared to last year the box office looks pretty good. No film topped $30 million last year, but The Hobbit should get to that mark this year. However, last year seven films topped $10 million, while only six will do so this year. 2013 has a shot at ending on a winning note, but it should be close. More...

Christmas Weekend Wrap-Up

This year, Christmas fell on a really awkward day and compounded with the smart decision for some studios to close the entire week, dealing with the weekend box office numbers is a little trickier this year. We are still stuck with a mixture of final numbers and studio estimates, but since we won't get absolute final numbers till likely January 2nd, we should at least talk about the numbers we have. We won't be able to compare the full weekend to last week or last year, because we don't have the full weekend numbers. But since most of the films failed to match expectations, things look grim. More...

International Box Office: Hobbit is Smaller in Stature This Week

The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey remained on top of the international chart with an estimated $96 million on 18,417 screens in 59 markets for a total of $288.5 million. This includes a first place, $17.8 million opening on 2,115 screens in Russia. It also had an amazing hold in Germany down just 6% to $14.2 million on 1,408 screens over the weekend for a total of $36.7 million after two. The film's best market remained the U.K. where it has made $38.4 million, including $9.8 million on 1,546 screens this past weekend, but that is a pretty steep drop-off. More...

Weekend Predictions: Christmas Cacophony

For the next week, starting tonight and running till Christmas day, there are eight films opening wide, or at least wide enough to predict they will enter the top ten. Despite that level of competition, The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, will very likely remain in top spot. Jack Reacher looks to be the best of the new releases, at least for the weekend. Meanwhile, This is 40 probably won't start as fast, but Judd Apatow's films tend to have really good legs. Monsters, Inc. is debuting in 3D tonight, but is destined to be a midlevel hit and nothing more. The Guilt Trip is also opening tonight, but I'm not sure it has the buzz to even be a midlevel hit. The final new release of the weekend is Cirque du Soleil: Worlds Away, but with an opening theater count of just 800, it will struggle just to reach to the top ten. And because Christmas lands on the Tuesday, and we won't have another weekend prediction column till Friday, we need to talk about the three Christmas day releases, Django Unchained, Les Miserables, and Parental Guidance. Last year, Christmas day landed on the Sunday, which makes the comparisons between weekends nearly impossible. I'm going to assume 2012 is going to come out ahead, mainly because they had nothing to compare to The Hobbit, so as long as this year's new releases are as strong as last years holdovers, victory is a safe bet. More...

Awards Season: Lincoln Shows a United Front at the Golden Globes

The Hollywood Foreign Press Association announced their nominations and the same list of films that have been mentioned since the beginning of Awards Season were rewarded today. Lincoln led the way with seven nods, while Argo and Django Unchained were close behind with five. More...

2013 Awards Season: SAG Focuses a Searchlight on Silver Linings

SAG nominations were announced and there were only a few surprises to deal with. Leading the way for total nominations was The Silver Linings Playbook, Lincoln, and Les Miserables, all of which earned nominations in four of the six categories. More...

2012 Preview: December

November was a strong month and left 2012 with a very easy path to a new all time record. There was only one major miss the entire month, Rise of the Guardians, while The Silver Linings Playbook was pulled from wide release at the last minute, so it is a little hard to judge its box office performance. On the positive side, Skyfall might top original expectations by $100 million. All this December has to do is maintain pace with last December to ensure 2012 sets the new record. I would like to say that will be easy to do, but I really don't know. Last year, there was only one $200 million hit, Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol, plus a few others that reached $100 million, so the bar isn't set too high. This year, The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey is expected to at least come close to $300 million. Some think it will earn more than $400 million. However, it could also be the last film to make $100 million till February. December is normally a very good month to release a film, but the release schedule is so messed up that it makes it very hard to predict what will happen. There appears to be just ten films opening truly wide this month (I'm getting mixed signals on a few of them). That's a really light schedule for a month and a light schedule tends to help maximize the box office potential for individual films. However, eight of these films open wide within a seven-day period. That's insane. There's no way all of those films will find an audience and there's a chance that due to the competition, none of them will. Let's hope the situation isn't as bad as that, but there are some serious reasons to be concerned for most new releases coming out this month. More...

Cast

Hugh Jackman    Jean Valjean
Russell Crowe    Javert
Anne Hathaway    Fantine
Amanda Seyfried    Cosette
Sacha Baron Cohen    Thenardier
Helena Bonham Carter    Madame Thenardier
Eddie Redmayne    Marius Pontmercy
Samantha Barks    Eponine
Aaron Tveit    Enjolras
Daniel Huttlestone    Gavroche
Cavin Cornwall    Convict 1
Josef Altin    Convict 2
David Hawley    Convict 3
Adam Jones    Convict 4
John Barr    Convict 5
Tony Rohr    Overseer
Richard Dixon    Mairie Offiicer
Andy Beckwith    Innkeeper
Stephen Bent    Jailer
Colm Wilkinson    Bishop
Georgie Glen    Madame Baptistine
Heather Chasen    Madame Magloire
Paul Thornley    Constable 1
Paul Howell    Constable 2
Stephen Tate    Fauchelevent
Michael Jibson    Foreman
Kate Fleetwood    Factory Woman 1
Hannah Waddingham    Factory Woman 2
Clare Foster    Factory Woman 3
Kirsty Hoiles    Factory Woman 4
Jenna Boyd    Factory Woman 5
Alice Fearn    Factory Woman 6
Alison Tennant    Factory Woman 7
Marilyn Cutts    Factory Woman 8
Cathy Breeze    Factory Woman 9
John Albasiny    Factory Onlooker
Bertie Carvel    Bamatabois
Tim Downie    Brevet
Andrew Havill    Cochepaille
Dick Ward    Bamatabois' Valet
Nicola Sloane    Hair Crone
Daniel Evans    Pimp
David Stoller    Sailor 1
Ross McCormack    Sailor 2
Jaygann Ayeh    Sailor 3
Adrian Scarborough    Toothman
Frances Ruffelle    Whore 1
Lynne Wilmot    Whore 2
Charlotte Spencer    Whore 3
Julia Worsley    Head Whore
Keith Dunphy    Client
Ashley Artus    Pawn Broker
John Surman    Organ-Grinder
David Cann    Magistrate
James Simmons    Champmathieu
Polly Kemp    Nursing Sister
Ian Pirie    Babet
Adam Pearce    Brujon
Julian Bleach    Clacquesous
Marc Pickering    Montparnasse
Isabelle Allen    Young Cosette
Natalya Wallace    Young Eponine
Phil Snowden    Customer 1
Hadrian Delacey    Customer 2
Lottie Steer    Baby
Sam Parks    Tall Customer
Mark Donovan    Portly Customer
Lewis Kirk    Handsome Soldier 1
Leighton Rafferty    Handsome Soldier 2
Peter Mair    Father Christmas 1
Jack Chissick    Father Christmas 2
Dianne Pilkington    Inn Whore 1
Robyn North    Inn Whore 2
Norma Atallah    Mother Whore
Patrick Godfrey    Gillenormand
Mark Roper    Citizen
Paul Leonard    Citizen
Miles Roughley    Gavroche's Urchin
Cameron Strefford    Gavroche's Urchin
Alfie Davis    Gavroche's Urchin
Joseph West    Gavroche's Urchin
Joel Philliore    Begger 1
Jacqueline Dankworth    Begger 2
Amelia Jefford    Begger 3
Chris Barnes    Begger 4
Richard Cordery    Duc De Raguse
Killian Donnelly    Combeferre
Fra Fee    Courfeyrac
Gabriel Vick    Feuilly
George Blagden    Grantaire
Hugh Skinner    Joly
Stuart Neal    Lesgles
Alistair Brammer    Prouvaire
Katy Secombe    Madame Hucheloup
Hadley Fraser    Army Officer
Linzi Hateley    Turning Woman 1
Gemma Wardle    Turning Woman 2
Gina Beck    Turning Woman 3
Katie Hall    Turning Woman 4
Lisa Hull    Turning Woman 5
Andrea Deck    Turning Woman 6
Jessica Duncan    Turning Woman 7
Kerry Ingram    Turning Woman 8
John Warnaby    Majordomo
Mike Sarne    Father Mabeuf
Freya Parks    Cafe Barmaid
Ellie Beaven    Mother

Production and Technical Credits

Executive Producer    Angela Morrison
Executive Producer    Liza Chasin
Executive Producer    Nicholas Allott
Executive Producer    F. Richard Pappas
Composer    Claude-Michel Schönberg
Lyrics    Herbert Kretzmer
Screenwriter    William Nicholson
Screenwriter    Alain Boublil
Screenwriter    Claude-Michel Schönberg
Producer    Tim Bevan
Screenwriter    Herbert Kretzmer
Producer    Eric Fellner
Producer    Debra Hayward
Producer    Cameron Mackintosh
Director    Tom Hooper
From the Novel by    Victor Hugo
Co-Producer    Bernard Bellew
Director of Photography    Danny Cohen
Production Designer    Eve Stewart
Costume Designer    Paco Delgado
Production Sound Mixer    Simon Hayes
Hair & Makeup Designer    Lisa Westcott
Editor    Melanie Ann Oliver
Editor    Chris Dickens
Music Supervisor    Becky Bentham
Choreographer    Liam Steel
Visual Effects Supervisor    Richard Bain
Casting    Nina Gold
Unit Production Manager    Patrick Schweitzer
First Assistant Director    Ben Howarth
Second Assistant Director    Harriet Worth
Associate Producer    Thomas Schonberg
Associate Producer    Francesca Budd
Supervising Art Director    Grant Armstrong
Set Decorator    Anna Lynch-Robinson
Visual Effects Producer    Tim Field
Post-Production Supervisor    Tim Grover

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2012/12/25 1 $18,111,665   2,808 $6,450   $18,111,665 1
2012/12/26 1 $12,158,640 -33% 2,808 $4,330   $30,270,305 2
2012/12/27 2 $9,168,120 -25% 2,808 $3,265   $39,438,425 3
2012/12/28 3 $9,314,345 +2% 2,814 $3,310   $48,752,770 4
2012/12/29 3 $9,750,510 +5% 2,814 $3,465   $58,503,280 5
2012/12/30 3 $8,216,880 -16% 2,814 $2,920   $66,720,160 6
2012/12/31 2 $6,247,080 -24% 2,814 $2,220   $72,967,240 7
2013/01/01 3 $7,611,870 +22% 2,814 $2,705   $80,579,110 8
2013/01/02 3 $3,601,920 -53% 2,814 $1,280   $84,181,030 9
2013/01/03 3 $3,306,450 -8% 2,814 $1,175   $87,487,480 10
2013/01/04 4 $4,994,880 +51% 2,904 $1,720   $92,482,360 11
2013/01/05 4 $6,853,440 +37% 2,904 $2,360   $99,335,800 12
2013/01/06 3 $4,167,240 -39% 2,904 $1,435   $103,503,040 13
2013/01/07 3 $1,263,240 -70% 2,904 $435   $104,766,280 14
2013/01/08 2 $1,626,240 +29% 2,904 $560   $106,392,520 15
2013/01/09 2 $1,292,280 -21% 2,904 $445   $107,684,800 16
2013/01/10 2 $1,393,920 +8% 2,904 $480   $109,078,720 17
2013/01/11 5 $2,853,825 +105% 2,927 $975   $111,932,545 18
2013/01/12 5 $4,229,515 +48% 2,927 $1,445   $116,162,060 19
2013/01/13 6 $2,561,125 -39% 2,927 $875   $118,723,185 20
2013/01/14 5 $878,110 -66% 2,927 $300   $119,601,295 21
2013/01/15 4 $1,126,895 +28% 2,927 $385   $120,728,190 22
2013/01/16 4 $878,555 -22% 2,927 $300   $121,606,745 23
2013/01/17 4 $951,275 +8% 2,927 $325   $122,558,020 24
2013/01/18 8 $2,050,305 +116% 2,579 $795   $124,608,325 25
2013/01/19 8 $3,262,435 +59% 2,579 $1,265   $127,870,760 26
2013/01/20 6 $2,179,255 -33% 2,579 $845   $130,050,015 27
2013/01/21 4 $1,521,610 -30% 2,579 $590   $131,571,625 28
2013/01/22 7 $657,450 -57% 2,579 $255   $132,229,075 29
2013/01/23 7 $528,695 -20% 2,579 $205   $132,757,770 30
2013/01/24 6 $567,380 +7% 2,579 $220   $133,325,150 31
2013/01/25 10 $1,049,750 +85% 2,210 $475   $134,374,900 32
2013/01/26 7 $2,011,055 +92% 2,210 $910   $136,385,955 33
2013/01/27 8 $1,160,250 -42% 2,210 $525   $137,546,205 34
2013/01/28 8 $342,550 -70% 2,210 $155   $137,888,755 35
2013/01/29 8 $443,090 +29% 2,210 $200   $138,331,845 36
2013/01/30 7 $364,650 -18% 2,210 $165   $138,696,495 37
2013/01/31 7 $386,750 +6% 2,210 $175   $139,083,245 38
2013/02/01 9 $729,955 +89% 1,848 $395   $139,813,200 39
2013/02/02 10 $1,228,920 +68% 1,848 $665   $141,042,120 40
2013/02/03 8 $462,010 -62% 1,848 $250   $141,504,130 41
2013/02/04 10 $203,280 -56% 1,848 $110   $141,707,410 42
2013/02/05 10 $267,960 +32% 1,848 $145   $141,975,370 43
2013/02/06 10 $221,760 -17% 1,848 $120   $142,197,130 44
2013/02/07 10 $231,025 +4% 1,848 $125   $142,428,155 45
2013/02/08 14 $376,220 +63% 1,447 $260   $142,804,375 46
2013/02/09 15 $723,495 +92% 1,447 $500   $143,527,870 47
2013/02/10 16 $455,835 -37% 1,447 $315   $143,983,705 48
2013/02/11 15 $159,170 -65% 1,447 $110   $144,142,875 49
2013/02/12 15 $166,405 +5% 1,447 $115   $144,309,280 50
2013/02/13 14 $144,495 -13% 1,447 $100   $144,453,775 51
2013/02/14 15 $212,205 +47% 903 $235   $144,665,980 52
2013/02/15 - $206,180 -3% 676 $305   $144,872,160 53
2013/02/16 - $361,660 +75% 676 $535   $145,233,820 54
2013/02/17 - $294,055 -19% 676 $435   $145,527,875 55
2013/02/18 - $236,550 -20% 676 $350   $145,764,425 56
2013/02/19 - $104,780 -56% 676 $155   $145,869,205 57
2013/02/20 - $94,640 -10% 676 $140   $145,963,845 58
2013/02/21 - $98,020 +4% 676 $145   $146,061,865 59
2013/02/22 - $163,780 +67% 462 $355   $146,225,645 60
2013/02/23 - $316,470 +93% 462 $685   $146,542,115 61
2013/02/24 - $154,575 -51% 462 $335   $146,696,690 62
2013/02/25 - $90,295 -42% 462 $195   $146,786,985 63
2013/02/26 - $99,330 +10% 462 $215   $146,886,315 64
2013/02/27 - $80,850 -19% 462 $175   $146,967,165 65
2013/02/28 - $92,445 +14% 462 $200   $147,059,610 66
2013/03/01 - $147,840 +60% 352 $420   $147,207,450 67
2013/03/02 - $262,240 +77% 352 $745   $147,469,690 68
2013/03/03 - $161,955 -38% 352 $460   $147,631,645 69
2013/03/04 - $45,760 -72% 352 $130   $147,677,405 70
2013/03/05 - $54,560 +19% 352 $155   $147,731,965 71
2013/03/06 - $49,280 -10% 352 $140   $147,781,245 72
2013/03/07 - $47,520 -4% 352 $135   $147,828,765 73
2013/03/08 - $84,370 +78% 286 $295   $147,913,135 74
2013/03/09 - $140,145 +66% 286 $490   $148,053,280 75
2013/03/10 - $82,940 -41% 286 $290   $148,136,220 76
2013/03/11 - $31,460 -62% 286 $110   $148,167,680 77
2013/03/12 - $41,470 +32% 286 $145   $148,209,150 78
2013/03/13 - $34,320 -17% 286 $120   $148,243,470 79
2013/03/14 - $38,505 +12% 286 $135   $148,281,975 80
2013/03/15 - $54,225 +41% 241 $225   $148,336,200 81
2013/03/16 - $89,170 +64% 241 $370   $148,425,370 82
2013/03/17 - $53,020 -41% 241 $220   $148,478,390 83
2013/03/18 - $21,690 -59% 241 $90   $148,500,080 84
2013/03/19 - $25,205 +16% 241 $105   $148,525,285 85
2013/03/20 - $24,220 -4% 241 $100   $148,549,505 86
2013/03/21 - $28,850 +19% 241 $120   $148,578,355 87
2013/03/22 - $25,795 -11% 129 $200   $148,604,150 88
2013/03/23 - $43,860 +70% 129 $340   $148,648,010 89
2013/03/24 - $25,155 -43% 129 $195   $148,673,165 90
2013/03/25 - $9,675 -62% 129 $75   $148,682,840 91
2013/03/26 - $12,905 +33% 129 $100   $148,695,745 92
2013/03/27 - $12,255 -5% 129 $95   $148,708,000 93
2013/03/28 - $12,925 +5% 129 $100   $148,720,925 94
2013/03/29 - $19,655 +52% 109 $180   $148,740,580 95
2013/03/30 - $21,255 +8% 109 $195   $148,761,835 96
2013/03/31 - $13,625 -36% 109 $125   $148,775,460 97
2013/04/01 - $9,265 -32% 109 $85   $148,784,725 98
2013/04/02 - $8,720 -6% 109 $80   $148,793,445 99
2013/04/03 - $7,630 -13% 109 $70   $148,801,075 100
2013/04/04 - $8,695 +14% 109 $80   $148,809,770 101

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2012/12/28 3 $27,281,735   2,814 $9,695   $66,720,160 6
2013/01/04 4 $16,015,560 -41% 2,904 $5,515   $103,503,040 13
2013/01/11 5 $9,644,465 -40% 2,927 $3,295   $118,723,185 20
2013/01/18 8 $7,491,995 -22% 2,579 $2,905   $130,050,015 27
2013/01/25 9 $4,221,055 -44% 2,210 $1,910   $137,546,205 34
2013/02/01 9 $2,420,885 -43% 1,848 $1,310   $141,504,130 41
2013/02/08 15 $1,555,550 -36% 1,447 $1,075   $143,983,705 48
2013/02/15 18 $861,895 -45% 676 $1,275   $145,527,875 55
2013/02/22 21 $634,825 -26% 462 $1,374   $146,696,690 62
2013/03/01 21 $572,035 -10% 352 $1,625   $147,631,645 69
2013/03/08 24 $307,455 -46% 286 $1,075   $148,136,220 76
2013/03/15 30 $196,415 -36% 241 $815   $148,478,390 83
2013/03/22 41 $94,810 -52% 129 $735   $148,673,165 90
2013/03/29 49 $54,535 -42% 109 $500   $148,775,460 97

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
3/24/20132376,265 376,265$7,510,249$7,510,2491
3/31/20132523,235+39% 899,500$10,443,771$17,954,0202
4/7/20134127,174-76% 1,026,674$2,538,393$20,492,4133
4/14/2013498,257-23% 1,124,931$1,961,210$22,453,6234
4/21/20131048,367-51% 1,173,298$965,405$23,419,0285
4/28/20131354,897+14% 1,228,195$1,094,097$24,513,1256
5/5/20131430,901-44% 1,259,096$463,206$24,976,3317
5/12/2013848,979+59% 1,308,075$734,195$25,710,5268
5/19/20131624,008-51% 1,332,083$358,920$26,069,4469
5/26/20132529,141+21% 1,361,224$436,824$26,506,27010
6/2/20132512,898-56% 1,374,122$193,341$26,699,61111
6/9/20132415,553+21% 1,389,675$232,984$26,932,59512
6/16/20132916,137+4% 1,405,812$241,248$27,173,84313
7/7/20132826,433 1,462,760$393,323$28,024,58616
7/21/20132922,540 1,501,523$339,002$28,606,28318
8/11/20132919,902 1,556,990$298,331$29,434,67621
8/18/20133018,992-5% 1,575,982$284,690$29,719,36622
10/6/20132213,498 1,654,103$134,845$30,774,16229
10/13/20132314,808+10% 1,668,911$147,932$30,922,09430
10/20/20132913,153-11% 1,682,064$131,398$31,053,49331
12/1/201329120,394 1,856,332$731,996$32,321,90537
12/8/20132214,583-88% 1,870,915$99,602$32,421,50738

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
3/24/20132493,710 493,710$11,844,091$11,844,0911
3/31/20132346,323-30% 840,033$8,308,281$20,152,3722
4/7/2013483,469-76% 923,501$2,002,412$22,154,7843
4/14/2013358,973-29% 982,473$1,414,164$23,568,9484
4/21/2013526,789-55% 1,009,262$642,391$24,211,3395
4/28/20131019,974-25% 1,029,236$477,172$24,688,5116
5/5/20131316,278-19% 1,045,514$325,397$25,013,9087
5/12/2013742,338+160% 1,087,851$846,328$25,860,2368
5/19/20131810,403-75% 1,098,254$207,952$26,068,1889

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