Miss Congeniality 2: Armed and Fabulous

Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $48,478,006Details
International Box Office $52,904,390
Worldwide Box Office $101,382,396
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
15% - Rotten
Audience
43% - Spilled

Movie Details

Production Budget:$60,000,000
Domestic Releases: March 24th, 2005 (Wide) by Warner Bros.
Video Release: June 21st, 2005 by Warner Home Video
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for sex-related humor.
Franchise: Miss Congeniality
Keywords: Undercover
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Comedy
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction

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Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2005/03/24 1 $3,110,000   3,183 $977   $3,110,000 1
2005/03/25 2 $5,500,000 +77% 3,183 $1,728   $8,600,000 2
2005/03/26 2 $5,377,175 -2% 3,233 $1,663   $13,817,641 3
2005/03/27 2 $3,280,878 -39% 3,233 $1,015   $17,098,519 4
2005/03/28 3 $1,932,000 -41% 3,233 $598   $19,031,000 5
2005/03/29 3 $1,438,000 -26% 3,233 $445   $20,469,000 6
2005/03/30 4 $1,212,000 -16% 3,233 $375   $21,682,000 7
2005/03/31 4 $1,311,000 +8% 3,233 $406   $22,993,000 8
2005/04/01 5 $2,900,000 +121% 3,233 $897   $25,900,000 9
2005/04/02 5 $3,549,062 +22% 3,233 $1,098   $29,315,385 10
2005/04/03 5 $1,811,805 -49% 3,233 $560   $31,127,190 11
2005/04/04 4 $511,000 -72% 3,233 $158   $31,639,000 12
2005/04/05 4 $553,000 +8% 3,233 $171   $32,192,000 13
2005/04/06 4 $546,000 -1% 3,233 $169   $32,738,000 14
2005/04/07 4 $609,000 +12% 3,233 $188   $33,347,764 15
2005/04/08 7 $1,200,000 +97% 3,011 $399   $34,500,000 16
2005/04/09 7 $1,845,092 +54% 3,011 $613   $36,558,648 17
2005/04/10 7 $973,435 -47% 3,011 $323   $37,532,083 18
2005/04/11 7 $282,000 -71% 3,011 $94   $37,815,000 19
2005/04/12 6 $308,000 +9% 3,011 $102   $38,123,000 20
2005/04/13 6 $282,000 -8% 3,011 $94   $38,405,000 21
2005/04/14 6 $291,000 +3% 3,011 $97   $38,696,000 22
2005/04/15 7 $900,000 +209% 2,625 $343   $39,600,000 23
2005/04/16 8 $1,343,882 +49% 2,625 $512   $40,958,411 24
2005/04/17 8 $717,904 -47% 2,625 $273   $41,676,315 25
2005/04/18 8 $206,000 -71% 2,625 $78   $41,882,000 26
2005/04/19 7 $228,000 +11% 2,625 $87   $42,110,000 27
2005/04/20 7 $233,000 +2% 2,625 $89   $42,344,000 28
2005/04/21 7 $241,000 +3% 2,625 $92   $42,585,035 29
2005/04/27 10 $129,000   1,968 $66   $44,771,000 35
2005/04/28 10 $134,000 +4% 1,968 $68   $44,904,887 36
2005/05/30 20 $60,300   323 $187   $47,615,258 68
2005/07/04 53 $3,625   17 $213   $48,472,213 103

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2005/03/25 2 $14,043,215   3,233 $4,344   $17,098,519 4
2005/04/01 5 $8,134,453 -42% 3,233 $2,516   $31,127,190 11
2005/04/08 7 $4,184,319 -49% 3,011 $1,390   $37,532,083 18
2005/04/15 8 $2,980,158 -29% 2,625 $1,135   $41,676,315 25
2005/04/22 13 $1,807,426 -39% 1,968 $918   $44,392,461 32
2005/04/29 13 $1,037,380 -43% 1,108 $936   $45,942,267 39
2005/05/06 16 $531,333 -49% 570 $932   $46,741,786 46
2005/05/13 22 $256,173 -52% 338 $758   $47,121,587 53
2005/05/20 28 $122,621 -52% 175 $701   $47,298,037 60
2005/05/27 20 $214,247 +75% 323 $663   $47,554,958 67
2005/06/03 22 $182,945 -15% 284 $644   $47,892,376 74
2005/06/10 29 $111,719 -39% 203 $550   $48,101,839 81
2005/06/17 24 $160,381 +44% 123 $1,304   $48,326,819 88
2005/06/24 48 $44,716 -72% 46 $972   $48,431,520 95
2005/07/01 62 $13,735 -69% 17 $808   $48,468,588 102

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Cast

Sandra Bullock    Gracie Hart
Regina King    Samantha
William Shatner    Stan Fields
Ernie Hudson    Harry McDonald
Heather Burns    Cheryl Frasier
Treat Williams    Walter Collins
Stephen Tobolowsky    Tom Abernathy
Diedrich Bader    Joel
Abraham Benrubi    Lou Steele

Production and Technical Credits

Director    John Pasquin
Executive Producer    Bruce Berman