Mission: Impossible III

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Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $133,501,348Details
International Box Office $264,000,000
Worldwide Box Office $397,501,348
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $49,918,230 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $1,479,615 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $51,397,845
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Metrics

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Critics FreshAudience Upright
Critics
70% - Fresh
Audience
69% - Upright

Movie Details

Production Budget:$150,000,000
Theatrical Release: May 5th, 2006 (Wide) by Paramount Pictures
Video Release: October 30th, 2006 by Paramount Home Video
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for intense sequences of frenetic violence and menace, disturbing images and some sensuality
Franchise: Mission: Impossible
Keywords: Revenge, Visual Effects, Secret Agent
Source:Based on TV
Genre:Action
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: Cruise-Wagner

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After a rather mediocre May, June looks a lot stronger with two films that should break $300 million. Not surprisingly, these monster hits are being released unopposed during their respective weeks. And also not surprisingly, they are being released at opposite ends of the month. The rest of the films are unlikely to make much of an impact, although a few should cross the increasingly irrelevant $100 million plateau. More...

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Cast

Tom Cruise    Ethan Hunt
Philip Seymour Hoffman    Owen Davian
Ving Rhames    Luther Stickell
Billy Crudup    John Musgrave
Michelle Monaghan    Julia
Jonathan Rhys-Meyers    Declan
Keri Russell    Lindsey Ferris
Maggie Q    Zhen
Simon Pegg    Benji Dunn
Eddie Marsan    Brownway
Laurence Fishburne    John Brassel
Bahar Soomekh    Davian's Translator
Jeff Chase    Davian's Bodyguard
Michael Berry Jr.    Julia's Kidnapper
Carla Gallo    Beth
Bellamy Young    Rachael
Paul Keeley    Ken
Jane Daly    Julia's Mother
Greg Grunberg    Kevin
Sabra Williams    Annie
Rose Rollins    Ellie
Sasha Alexander    Melissa
Tracy Middendorf    Ashly
Aaron Paul    Rick
Kathryn Fiore    Rick Party Goer
Colleen Crozier    Rick Party Goer
Sean O'Bryan    Rick Party Goer
Bruce French    Minister
Ellen Bry    Lindsey's Mother
Patrick Pankhurst    Lindsey's Father
Tony Guma    Jim
James Shanklin    Hospital Chaplain
Anne Betancourt    Nurse Sally
Antonietta De Lorenzo    Roadblock Driver
Antonio Del Prete    Vatican Video Room Guard
Francesco DeVito    Greeting Priest
Giorgio Marchesi    Vatican Gate Guard
Niccolo Senni    Vatican Gate Guard
Paolo Bonacelli    Monsignore
David Waters    IMF Officer
Michael Kehoe    Hospital Employee
Timothy Omundson    IMF Agent
Jose Zuniga    IMF Agent Pete
William Francis Mcguire    IMF Head of Security
Michelle Arthur    Airline Worker
Barney Cheng    Janitor

Production and Technical Credits

Director    J.J. Abrams
Screenwriter    Alex Kurtzman
Screenwriter    Roberto Orci
Screenwriter    J.J. Abrams
Story Creator    Bruce Geller
Producer    Tom Cruise
Producer    Paula Wagner
China    Zhao Haicheng
Executive Producer    Stratton Leopold
China    Han Sanping
China    Yang Buting
Production Designer    Scott Chambliss
Editor    Maryann Brandon
Editor    Mary Jo Markey
Composer    Michael Giacchino
Director of Photography    Dan Mindel
Director of Photography    Jorg Widmer
Co-Producer    Arthur Anderson
China    Shi Dongming
Co-Producer    Jiang Tao
China    Wang Guichun
Italy    Enzo Sisti
Assistant Director    Tommy Gormley
Italy    Inti Carboni
Italy    Luigi Spoletini
China    Sylvia Liu
Second Unit Director    Vic Armstrong
Germany    Eric Schwab
Unit Production Manager    Stratton Leopold
Unit Production Manager    David Witz
Germany    Michael Scheel
China    Steve Harding
China    Sun Ying
Production Supervisor    Matthew J. Birch
China    Steve Lionetti
Supervising Art Director    Dan Dorrance
Art Director    Dennis Bradford
Art Director    Gary Kosko
Art Director    Kevin Kavanaugh
Art Director    Sean Haworth
Art Director    Domenic Silvestri
Art Director    Brad Ricker
Art Director    Stefano Ortolani
Italy    Eugenio Ulissi
Italy    Giacomo Calo Carducci
China    Yu Bai Yang
Set Decorator    Karen Manthey
Italy    Chiara Balducci
Second Unit Camera    Stephen St. John
Second Unit Camera    C. Mitchell Amundsen
Aerial    David B. Nowell
Costume Designer    Colleen Atwood
Costume Supervisor    Cheryl Beasley Blackwell
Italy    Daniela Ciancio
Costume Supervisor    Jack Tung
Sound Mixer    Jeff Wexler
China    Mo Chamberlain
Re-recording Mixer    Andy Nelson
Re-recording Mixer    Anna Behlmer
Supervising Sound Editor    Mark Stoeckinger
Sound Editor    Scott Wolf
Sound Editor    Jon Title
Sound Editor    Michael Kamper
Sound Editor    Peter Zinda
Sound Editor    Beth Sterner
Sound Editor    Kenneth Johnson
Sound Designer    Alan Rankin
Dialogue Editor    Laura Harris Atkinson
Dialogue Editor    Michael Szakmeister
Dialogue Editor    Susan Kurtz
Dialogue Editor    Daniel S. Irwin
Supervising    Stephen M. Davis
Music Editor    Alex Levy
Make up    Michele Burke
Make up    F.X. Perez
Make up    Deborah Patino
Make up    Maggie Fung
Hairstylist    Sheryl Blum
Hairstylist    Terrie Velazquez-Owen
Hairstylist    Viviane Normand
Hairstylist    Maria Teresa Corridoni
Special Make-up Effects    Barney Barman
Casting Director    April Webster
Stunt Coordinator    Vic Armstrong
Italy    Claudio Pacifico

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2006/05/05 1 $16,632,157   4,054 $4,103   $16,632,157 1
2006/05/06 1 $18,409,876 +11% 4,054 $4,541   $35,042,033 2
2006/05/07 1 $12,701,240 -31% 4,054 $3,133   $47,743,273 3
2006/05/08 1 $3,531,502 -72% 4,054 $871   $51,274,775 4
2006/05/09 1 $3,204,660 -9% 4,054 $790   $54,479,435 5
2006/05/10 1 $2,783,719 -13% 4,054 $687   $57,263,154 6
2006/05/11 1 $2,828,017 +2% 4,054 $698   $60,091,171 7
2006/05/12 1 $7,524,447 +166% 4,054 $1,856   $67,615,618 8
2006/05/13 1 $10,380,186 +38% 4,054 $2,560   $77,995,804 9
2006/05/14 1 $7,104,338 -32% 4,054 $1,752   $85,100,142 10
2006/05/15 1 $1,875,999 -74% 4,054 $463   $86,976,141 11
2006/05/16 1 $1,945,682 +4% 4,054 $480   $88,921,823 12
2006/05/17 1 $1,612,125 -17% 4,059 $397   $90,533,948 13
2006/05/18 1 $1,652,061 +2% 4,059 $407   $92,186,009 14
2006/05/19 3 $3,359,562 +103% 3,450 $974   $95,545,571 15
2006/05/20 3 $4,915,999 +46% 3,450 $1,425   $100,461,570 16
2006/05/21 3 $3,074,009 -37% 3,450 $891   $103,535,579 17
2006/05/22 3 $1,115,896 -64% 3,450 $323   $104,651,475 18
2006/05/23 3 $855,676 -23% 3,450 $248   $105,507,151 19
2006/05/24 3 $812,294 -5% 3,450 $235   $106,319,445 20
2006/05/25 3 $950,154 +17% 3,450 $275   $107,269,599 21
2006/05/26 4 $2,005,427 +111% 3,053 $657   $109,275,026 22
2006/05/27 4 $2,600,947 +30% 3,053 $852   $111,875,973 23
2006/05/28 4 $2,395,251 -8% 3,053 $785   $114,271,224 24
2006/05/29 4 $1,899,481 -21% 3,053 $622   $116,170,705 25
2006/05/30 4 $604,143 -68% 3,053 $198   $116,774,848 26
2006/05/31 4 $576,633 -5% 3,053 $189   $117,351,481 27
2006/06/01 4 $633,350 +10% 3,053 $207   $117,984,831 28
2006/06/02 5 $1,282,146 +102% 2,667 $481   $119,266,977 29
2006/06/03 5 $2,093,187 +63% 2,667 $785   $121,360,164 30
2006/06/04 5 $1,309,211 -37% 2,667 $491   $122,669,375 31
2006/06/05 5 $414,512 -68% 2,667 $155   $123,083,887 32
2006/06/06 6 $505,880 +22% 2,667 $190   $123,589,767 33
2006/06/07 6 $439,604 -13% 2,667 $165   $124,029,371 34
2006/06/08 6 $440,928 n/c 2,667 $165   $124,470,299 35
2006/06/09 8 $893,397 +103% 1,908 $468   $125,363,696 36
2006/06/10 8 $1,299,675 +45% 1,908 $681   $126,663,371 37
2006/06/11 8 $827,744 -36% 1,908 $434   $127,491,115 38
2006/06/12 8 $338,493 -59% 1,908 $177   $127,826,608 39
2006/06/13 8 $332,525 -2% 1,908 $174   $128,159,133 40
2006/06/14 8 $337,261 +1% 1,908 $177   $128,496,394 41
2006/06/15 8 $320,456 -5% 1,908 $168   $128,819,850 42
2006/07/14 - $57,000   283 $201   $133,237,000 71
2006/07/15 - $83,000 +46% 283 $293   $133,320,000 72
2006/07/16 - $62,000 -25% 283 $219   $133,382,309 73
2006/07/17 22 $27,000 -56% 283 $95   $133,409,000 74
2006/07/18 - $31,000 +15% 283 $110   $133,440,000 75
2006/07/19 - $28,000 -10% 283 $99   $133,468,000 76
2006/07/20 - $33,000 +18% 283 $117   $133,501,348 77

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2006/05/05 1 $47,743,273   4,054 $11,777   $47,743,273 3
2006/05/12 1 $25,008,971 -48% 4,059 $6,161   $85,100,142 10
2006/05/19 3 $11,349,570 -55% 3,450 $3,290   $103,535,579 17
2006/05/26 4 $7,001,625 -38% 3,053 $2,293   $114,271,224 24
2006/06/02 5 $4,684,544 -33% 2,667 $1,756   $122,669,375 31
2006/06/09 8 $3,020,816 -36% 1,908 $1,583   $127,491,115 38
2006/06/16 13 $1,342,803 -56% 1,002 $1,340   $130,162,653 45
2006/06/23 15 $719,349 -46% 552 $1,303   $131,525,369 52
2006/06/30 19 $491,007 -32% 507 $968   $132,321,767 59
2006/07/07 20 $312,684 -36% 418 $748   $133,009,689 66
2006/07/14 25 $201,849 -35% 283 $713   $133,382,309 73

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
11/5/200611,519,900 1,519,900$25,645,121$25,645,1211
11/12/20063418,807-72% 1,938,707$7,029,927$32,675,0472
11/19/20067214,755-49% 2,153,462$3,543,071$36,218,1183

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
1/1/20121431,114 31,114$933,112$933,112270
4/22/2012188,838 72,846$97,134$1,391,759286

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