No Country for Old Men

Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $74,273,505Details
International Box Office $89,777,745
Worldwide Box Office $164,051,250
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $46,129,048 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $5,433,000 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $51,562,048
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 Certified FreshAudience Upright
Critics
94% - Certified Fresh
Audience
86% - Upright

Movie Details

Production Budget:$25,000,000
Theatrical Release: November 9th, 2007 (Limited) by Miramax
November 21st, 2007 (Expands Wide) by Miramax
Video Release: March 11th, 2008 by Miramax Video
MPAA Rating: R for strong graphic violence and some language
Keywords: Film Noir, Organized Crime
Source:Based on Fiction Book/Short Story
Genre:Action
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Historical Fiction
Production Companies: Scott Rudin, Mike Zoss

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DVD Releases for April 7th, 2009 - Part II

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International Details - Race to the Top Ends Short

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International Details - Men Still Not Getting Old

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DVD Rentals - No Rental Better than Old Men

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International Details - Dozens of Countries for Old Men

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International Top Five - Tres Bien

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International Details - Juno Heads North

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

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International Details - Still Treasured

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Contest - Spellbound

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Cast

Tommy Lee Jones    Ed Tom Bell
Javier Bardem    Anton Chigurh
Josh Brolin    Llewelyn Moss
Woody Harrelson    Carson Wells
Kelly MacDonald    Carla Jean Moss
Garret Dillahunt    Wendell
Tess Harper    Loretta Ball
Barry Corbin    Ellis
Stephen Root    Man who hires Wells
Rodger Boyce    El Paso Sheriff
Beth Grant    Carla Jean's mother
Ana Reeder    Poolside woman
Kit Gwin    Sheiff Bell's secretary
Zach Hopkins    Strangled deputy
Chip Love    Man in Ford
Eduardo Antonio Garcia    Agua man
Gene Jones    Gas station proprietor
Myk Watford    "Managerial" Victim
Boots Sutherland    "Managerial" Victim
Kathy Lamkin    Desert Aire Manager
Johnnie Hector    Cabbie at Bus Station
Margaret Bowman    Del Rio Motel Clerk
Thomas Kopache    Boot Salesman
Jason Douglas    Cabbie at Motel
Doris Hargrave    Waitress
Rutherford Cravens    Gun Store Clerk
Matthew Posey    Sporting Goods Clerk
George Adelo    Mexican in Bathtub
Mathew Greer    Hitchhiking Driver
Trent Moore    Nervous Accountant
Marc Miles    Hotel Eagle Clerk
Luce Rains    Pickup Driver
Philip Bentham    Border Bridge Youth
Eric Reeves    Border Bridge Youth
Josh Meyer    Border Bridge Youth
Chris Warner    Flatbed Driver
Brandon Smith    INS Official
H. Roland Uribe    Well Dressed Mexican
Richard Jackson    Chicken Farmer
Josh Blaylock    Boy on Bike
Caleb Jones    Boy on Bike
Dorsey Ray    Odessa Cabbie
Angel H. Alvarado, Jr.    Norteno Band
David A. Gomez    Norteno Band
Milton Hernandez    Norteno Band
John Mancha    Norteno Band

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Ethan Coen
Director    Joel Coen
Screenwriter    Joel Coen
Screenwriter    Ethan Coen
Producer    Scott Rudin
Producer    Ethan Coen
Producer    Joel Cohen
Story Creator    Cormac McCarthy
Executive Producer    Robert Graf
Executive Producer    Mark Roybal
Director of Photography    Roger Deakins
Production Designer    Jess Gonchor
Editor    Roderick Jaynes
Costume Designer    Mary Zophres
Composer    Carter Burwell
Casting Director    Ellen Chenoweth
Associate Producer    David Diliberto
Assistant Director    Betsy Magruder
Second Unit Director    Jery Hewitt
Unit Production Manager    Robert Graf
Production Manager    Omar Veytia
Production Supervisor    Karen Ruth Getchall
Art Director    John P. Goldsmith
Set Decorator    Nancy Haigh
Second Unit Camera    Paul Elliot
Costume Supervisor    Lori Delapp
Associate Editor    Neil A. Stelzner
Sound Mixer    Peter Kurland
Re-recording Mixer    Skip Lievsay
Re-recording Mixer    Craig Berkey
Re-recording Mixer    Greg Orloff
Supervising Sound Editor    Skip Lievsay
Sound Designer    Craig Berkey
Dialogue Editor    Byron Wilson
Music Editor    Todd Kasow
Make up    Jean A. Black
Hairstylist    Paul LeBlanc
Special Make-up Effects    Christien Tinsley
Special Make-up Effects    Dave Snyder
Casting Director    Jo Edno Boldin
Additional Casting    Tracy Kilpatrick
Stunt Coordinator    Jery Hewitt

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2007/11/09 - $349,000   28 $12,464   $349,000 1
2007/11/12 11 $212,000   28 $7,571   $1,438,000 4
2007/11/13 9 $137,000 -35% 28 $4,893   $1,575,000 5
2007/11/14 9 $129,000 -6% 28 $4,607   $1,706,000 6
2007/11/15 9 $128,000 -1% 28 $4,571   $1,834,000 7
2007/11/16 7 $889,000 +595% 148 $6,007   $2,723,000 8
2007/11/17 8 $1,271,000 +43% 148 $8,588   $3,994,000 9
2007/11/18 7 $914,000 -28% 148 $6,176   $4,907,572 10
2007/11/19 7 $350,000 -62% 148 $2,365   $5,258,000 11
2007/11/20 7 $360,000 +3% 148 $2,432   $5,618,000 12
2007/11/21 11 $1,385,000 +285% 860 $1,610   $7,003,000 13
2007/11/22 10 $1,534,000 +11% 860 $1,784   $8,536,807 14
2007/11/23 11 $3,078,000 +101% 860 $3,579   $11,615,000 15
2007/11/24 11 $2,971,000 -3% 860 $3,455   $14,586,000 16
2007/11/25 10 $1,728,000 -42% 860 $2,009   $16,313,580 17
2007/11/26 6 $595,000 -66% 860 $692   $16,909,000 18
2007/11/27 4 $590,000 -1% 860 $686   $17,499,000 19
2007/11/28 4 $550,000 -7% 860 $640   $18,050,000 20
2007/11/29 6 $475,000 -14% 860 $552   $18,524,000 21
2007/11/30 8 $1,483,000 +212% 995 $1,490   $20,007,000 22
2007/12/01 11 $1,768,000 +19% 995 $1,777   $21,775,000 23
2007/12/02 9 $1,140,000 -36% 995 $1,146   $22,914,851 24
2007/12/03 5 $400,000 -65% 995 $402   $23,315,000 25
2007/12/04 4 $445,000 +11% 995 $447   $23,760,000 26
2007/12/05 4 $420,000 -6% 995 $422   $24,180,000 27
2007/12/06 4 $445,000 +6% 995 $447   $24,627,704 28
2007/12/07 6 $1,226,000 +176% 1,324 $926   $25,854,000 29
2007/12/08 6 $1,787,000 +46% 1,324 $1,350   $27,641,000 30
2007/12/09 6 $1,104,000 -38% 1,324 $834   $28,744,592 31
2007/12/10 4 $435,000 -61% 1,324 $329   $29,180,000 32
2007/12/11 4 $475,000 +9% 1,324 $359   $29,655,000 33
2007/12/12 3 $460,000 -3% 1,324 $347   $30,115,000 34
2007/12/13 3 $450,000 -2% 1,324 $340   $30,562,473 35
2007/12/14 5 $848,000 +88% 1,348 $629   $31,410,000 36
2007/12/15 5 $1,191,000 +40% 1,348 $884   $32,601,000 37
2007/12/16 5 $789,000 -34% 1,348 $585   $33,390,003 38
2007/12/17 5 $370,000 -53% 1,348 $274   $33,760,000 39
2007/12/18 5 $405,000 +9% 1,348 $300   $34,165,000 40
2007/12/19 5 $415,000 +2% 1,348 $308   $34,580,000 41
2007/12/20 5 $415,000 n/c 1,348 $308   $35,017,779 42
2008/01/21 20 $306,781   818 $375   $48,889,543 74
2008/01/28 12 $270,000   1,107 $244   $52,227,000 81
2008/01/29 12 $260,000 -4% 1,107 $235   $52,487,000 82
2008/01/30 12 $240,000 -8% 1,107 $217   $52,727,000 83
2008/01/31 12 $215,000 -10% 1,107 $194   $52,946,976 84
2008/02/12 11 $180,000   1,202 $150   $58,655,000 96
2008/02/13 12 $175,000 -3% 1,202 $146   $58,830,000 97
2008/02/22 14 $547,000   1,101 $497   $62,433,000 106
2008/02/23 12 $1,161,000 +112% 1,101 $1,054   $63,594,000 107
2008/02/24 10 $697,000 -40% 1,101 $633   $64,291,179 108
2008/02/25 6 $355,000 -49% 1,101 $322   $64,646,000 109
2008/02/26 8 $330,000 -7% 1,101 $300   $64,976,000 110
2008/02/27 8 $315,000 -5% 1,101 $286   $65,291,000 111
2008/02/28 8 $280,000 -11% 1,101 $254   $65,571,000 112
2008/02/29 10 $976,000 +249% 2,037 $479   $66,547,000 113
2008/03/01 8 $1,953,000 +100% 2,037 $959   $68,500,000 114
2008/03/02 7 $1,181,000 -40% 2,037 $580   $69,680,625 115
2008/03/03 7 $340,000 -71% 2,037 $167   $70,021,000 116
2008/03/04 6 $375,000 +10% 2,037 $184   $70,396,000 117
2008/03/05 6 $340,000 -9% 2,037 $167   $70,736,000 118
2008/03/06 7 $330,000 -3% 2,037 $162   $71,057,819 119
2008/03/07 15 $463,000 +40% 1,201 $386   $71,521,000 120
2008/03/08 15 $717,000 +55% 1,201 $597   $72,238,000 121
2008/03/09 15 $369,000 -49% 1,201 $307   $72,607,607 122

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2007/11/09 15 $1,226,333   28 $43,798   $1,226,333 3
2007/11/16 7 $3,075,722 +151% 148 $20,782   $4,907,572 10
2007/11/23 11 $7,776,773 +153% 860 $9,043   $16,313,580 17
2007/11/30 10 $4,385,290 -44% 995 $4,407   $22,914,851 24
2007/12/07 6 $4,116,888 -6% 1,324 $3,109   $28,744,592 31
2007/12/14 5 $2,827,530 -31% 1,348 $2,098   $33,390,003 38
2007/12/21 12 $1,874,865 -34% 1,222 $1,534   $36,892,644 45
2007/12/28 15 $2,218,782 +18% 960 $2,311   $41,068,444 52
2008/01/04 15 $1,818,026 -18% 819 $2,220   $44,759,744 59
2008/01/11 21 $1,232,252 -32% 657 $1,876   $46,783,329 66
2008/01/18 19 $1,214,239 -1% 818 $1,484   $48,582,762 73
2008/01/25 15 $2,423,409 +100% 1,107 $2,189   $51,956,842 80
2008/02/01 16 $2,201,984 -9% 1,273 $1,730   $55,148,960 87
2008/02/08 13 $2,214,933 +1% 1,202 $1,843   $58,263,567 94
2008/02/15 14 $1,882,854 -15% 925 $2,036   $60,925,778 101
2008/02/22 12 $2,404,682 +28% 1,101 $2,184   $64,291,179 108
2008/02/29 8 $4,114,994 +71% 2,037 $2,020   $69,680,625 115
2008/03/07 15 $1,549,788 -62% 1,201 $1,290   $72,607,607 122
2008/03/14 21 $525,085 -66% 511 $1,028   $73,674,390 129
2008/03/21 36 $175,512 -67% 229 $766   $74,062,608 136
2008/03/28 49 $71,444 -59% 122 $586   $74,223,625 143
2008/04/04 71 $21,910 -69% 49 $447   $74,273,505 150

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
3/16/200821,169,588 1,169,588$20,315,744$20,315,7441
3/23/20085546,694-53% 1,716,282$9,337,534$29,653,2772
3/30/20085179,017-67% 1,895,299$2,862,482$32,515,7593
4/6/20087135,167-24% 2,030,466$2,255,937$34,771,6964
4/13/20089106,991-21% 2,137,457$1,741,813$36,513,5105
4/20/20081297,900-8% 2,235,357$1,588,917$38,102,4276
4/27/20081564,726-34% 2,300,083$1,034,969$39,137,3957
5/4/20081652,079-20% 2,352,162$854,616$39,992,0128
5/11/20082349,922-4% 2,402,084$798,253$40,790,2659
5/18/20082540,099-20% 2,442,183$639,178$41,429,44310
5/25/20082734,011-15% 2,476,194$542,135$41,971,57811
6/1/20083027,575-19% 2,503,769$440,924$42,412,50212

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
7/3/20111311,177 11,177$223,424$223,424173
8/7/20111512,002 44,279$118,464$550,150178
8/14/20111811,521-4% 55,800$110,260$660,410179
8/28/20111813,638 73,735$269,070$1,014,257181
9/4/20111410,429-24% 84,164$205,043$1,219,300182
9/11/2011912,381+19% 96,545$242,534$1,461,834183
9/25/2011154,801 102,972$93,376$1,586,834185
10/2/2011196,918+44% 109,890$134,069$1,720,903186

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