Now You See Me

Now You See Me poster
Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $117,723,989Details
International Box Office $234,000,000
Worldwide Box Office $351,723,989
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $14,495,770 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $10,339,420 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $24,835,190
Further financial details...

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

Synopsis

The Four Horsemen, a magic super-group led by the charismatic J.Daniel Atlas, perform a pair of high-tech, high-profile magic shows, first amazing audiences by remotely robbing a Paris bank while in Las Vegas, and then exposing a white-collar criminal and funneling his millions into the audience members' bank accounts, baffling the authorities with their intricately planned capers. FBI Special Agent Dylan Rhodes is determined to make the magicians pay for their crimes—and to stop them before they pull off what promises to be an even more audacious heist. But he's forced to partner with Alma, an Interpol detective about whom he is instantly suspicious. Out of desperation, he turns to Thaddeus Bradley, a famed magic debunker, who claims the Paris bank trick was actually a meticulously planned illusion. Dylan and Alma begin to wonder if the Horsemen have an outside point person. If so, finding him would be the key to ending the magicians' crime spree. But who could it be? Or could it really be... magic? As pressure mounts and the world awaits the Horsemen's spectacular final trick, Dylan and Alma race to stay one step ahead of the magicians. But it soon becomes clear that outmaneuvering these masters of illusion is beyond the skills of any one man - or woman.

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics RottenAudience Upright
Critics
50% - Rotten
Audience
71% - Upright

Movie Details

Production Budget:$75,000,000
Domestic Releases: May 31st, 2013 (Wide) by Lionsgate
Video Release: September 3rd, 2013 by Lionsgate Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for language, some action and sexual content.
(Rating bulletin 2266, 4/4/2013)
Running Time: 116 minutes
Franchise: Now You See Me
Keywords: Stage Magician, Heist, Police Procedural, Class Warfare, White Collar Crime, Revenge, Surprise Twist
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Thriller/Suspense
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: Summit Entertainment, K/O Paper Products

Cast

   J. Daniel Atlas
   Dylan Rhodes
   Merritt McKinney
   Henley Reeves
   Jack Wilder
   Alma Dray
   Thaddeus Bradley
   Aurther Tressler
Michael J. Kelly    Agent Fuller
Common    Evans
David Warshofsky    Cowan
Jose Garcia    Etienne Forder
Jessica C. Lindsey    Hermia
Caitriona Balfe    Jasmine Tressler
Stephanie Honore    Atlas Groupie
Stanley Wong    MGM Grand Usher
Laura Cayouette    Hypnotized Woman
Doug M. Griffin    Hypnotized Man
Adam Shapiro    Jack's Pick-Pocket Victim
J. LaRose    Willy Mears
Justine Wachsberger    Paris Bank Manager
Christian Gazio    Armored Truck Driver
Benoit Cransac    Armored Truck Guard
Conan O'Brien    Himself
Samantha Beaulieu    Mobile Command Tech Agent
Odessa Sykes    Josepha Hickey
Shannon Maris    Dina Robertson
Nicki Daniels    Savory Audience Member
Wendy Miklovic    Dylan's Tackler
Brad Abrell    Announcer
Randi Rousseau    New Orleans TV Reporter
Hunter Burke    Sazerac Bartender
Brian Tucker    FBI Agent Baskin
Teddy Canez    FBI Lead Ground Agent
Joe Chrest    Elkhorn Janitor Agent
Kerry Cahill    Elkhorn Agnet
Diego Miro    Dylan (12 Yrs Old)
Han Soto    Mobile Command Leader
Jarer Mitchell    Henley's Frat Boy #1
Scott Shilstone    Henley's Frat Boy #2
Zac Waggener    Henley's Frat Boy #3
Caleb Michaelson    Henley's Frat Boy #4
Anthony Molinari    FBI Truck Driver
Griff Furst    Stethoscope Agent
Katheryn Swann    FBI Investigator #1
Kevin Roy    FBI Investigator #2
Kenneth Herrington    FBI Investigator #3
Andy Ryan    Tressler Bodyguard #1
Erik Blake    Tressler Bodyguard #2
Tarek Isham    Singer / Musician #1
Alynda Serarra    Singer / Musician #2
Cathrine Cazazos    Singer / Musician #3
Sam Doores    Singer / Musician #4
Catherine Poon    Chinese Tenant
Michael Hartson    Lead Offcier 5 Pointz

Production and Technical Credits

Director   
Screenwriter    Ed Solomon
Screenwriter    Boaz Yakin
Screenwriter    Edward Ricourt
Story Creator    Boaz Yakin
Story Creator    Edward Ricourt
Producer    Alex Kurtzman
Producer    Roberto Orci
Producer    Bobby Cohen
Executive Producer    Boaz Yakin
Executive Producer    Michael Schaefer
Executive Producer    Stan Wlodkowski
Director of Photography    Larry Fong
Director of Photography    Mitchell Amundsen
Production Designer    Peter Wenham
Editor    Robert Leighton
Editor    Vincent Tabaillon
Costume Designer    Jenny Eagan
Senior Visual Effects Supervisor    Nicholas Brooks
Composer    Brian Tyler
Casting    Carmen Cuba
Associate Producer    Julia Spiro
Associate Producer    Brian Tucker
Production Supervisor    Anne Johns
Set Decorator    Beauchamp Fontaine
Supervising Art Director    Thomas Valentine
Art Director    Scott Plauche
First Assistant Director    Corinne Villa
Assistant Director    Gregg London
Assistant Director    Peter Tackaberry
Post Production Coordinator    Matthew Walsh
Sound Mixer    Danny Michael
Set Designer    Mayumi Konishi-Valentine
Set Designer    Trinh Vu
Special Effects Coordinator    Guy Clayton
Costume Supervisor    Meagan McLaughlin
Department Head Makeup Artist    Linda V. Melazzo
Department Head Hair Stylist    Kerrie Smith
Stunt Coordinator    Stephen Pope

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Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2013/05/31 2 $10,061,689   2,925 $3,440   $10,061,689 1
2013/06/01 2 $10,842,612 +8% 2,925 $3,707   $20,904,301 2
2013/06/02 2 $8,446,088 -22% 2,925 $2,888   $29,350,389 3
2013/06/03 2 $2,967,115 -65% 2,925 $1,014   $32,317,504 4
2013/06/04 2 $3,517,754 +19% 2,925 $1,203   $35,835,258 5
2013/06/05 1 $2,977,310 -15% 2,925 $1,018   $38,812,568 6
2013/06/06 1 $3,061,456 +3% 2,925 $1,047   $41,874,024 7
2013/06/07 4 $6,064,923 +98% 3,020 $2,008   $47,938,947 8
2013/06/08 3 $7,731,873 +27% 3,020 $2,560   $55,670,820 9
2013/06/09 3 $5,244,094 -32% 3,020 $1,736   $60,914,914 10
2013/06/10 2 $2,419,293 -54% 3,020 $801   $63,334,207 11
2013/06/11 2 $2,433,693 +1% 3,020 $806   $65,767,900 12
2013/06/12 2 $1,980,337 -19% 3,020 $656   $67,748,237 13
2013/06/13 3 $1,941,206 -2% 3,020 $643   $69,689,443 14
2013/06/14 3 $3,338,615 +72% 3,082 $1,083   $73,028,058 15
2013/06/15 3 $4,081,183 +22% 3,082 $1,324   $77,109,241 16
2013/06/16 3 $3,596,675 -12% 3,082 $1,167   $80,705,916 17
2013/06/17 3 $1,489,555 -59% 3,082 $483   $82,195,471 18
2013/06/18 3 $1,725,089 +16% 3,082 $560   $83,920,560 19
2013/06/19 3 $1,464,241 -15% 3,082 $475   $85,384,801 20
2013/06/20 3 $1,196,175 -18% 3,082 $388   $86,580,976 21
2013/06/21 5 $2,371,321 +98% 2,823 $840   $88,952,297 22
2013/06/22 5 $3,124,256 +32% 2,823 $1,107   $92,076,553 23
2013/06/23 5 $2,380,425 -24% 2,823 $843   $94,456,978 24
2013/06/24 5 $1,106,016 -54% 2,823 $392   $95,562,994 25
2013/06/25 5 $1,374,745 +24% 2,823 $487   $96,937,739 26
2013/06/26 5 $1,184,878 -14% 2,823 $420   $98,122,617 27
2013/06/27 5 $1,057,974 -11% 2,823 $375   $99,180,591 28
2013/06/28 7 $1,676,612 +58% 2,564 $654   $100,857,203 29
2013/06/29 7 $2,230,050 +33% 2,564 $870   $103,087,253 30
2013/06/30 7 $1,705,605 -24% 2,564 $665   $104,792,858 31
2013/07/01 7 $939,335 -45% 2,564 $366   $105,732,193 32
2013/07/02 7 $742,501 -21% 2,564 $290   $106,474,694 33
2013/07/03 - $497,591 -33% 1,606 $310   $106,972,285 34
2013/07/04 - $673,127 +35% 1,606 $419   $107,645,412 35
2013/07/05 - $964,790 +43% 1,606 $601   $108,610,202 36
2013/07/06 - $1,100,380 +14% 1,606 $685   $109,710,582 37
2013/07/07 - $788,021 -28% 1,606 $491   $110,498,603 38
2013/07/08 10 $362,888 -54% 1,606 $226   $110,861,491 39
2013/07/09 10 $445,027 +23% 1,606 $277   $111,306,518 40
2013/07/10 10 $378,777 -15% 1,606 $236   $111,685,295 41
2013/07/11 10 $292,407 -23% 1,606 $182   $111,977,702 42
2013/07/12 12 $388,551 +33% 850 $457   $112,366,253 43
2013/07/13 12 $555,756 +43% 850 $654   $112,922,009 44
2013/07/14 12 $378,180 -32% 850 $445   $113,311,866 45
2013/07/15 12 $184,667 -51% 850 $217   $113,496,533 46
2013/07/16 12 $225,501 +22% 850 $265   $113,722,034 47
2013/07/17 13 $147,001 -35% 850 $173   $113,869,035 48
2013/07/18 14 $105,581 -28% 850 $124   $113,974,616 49
2013/07/19 - $133,571 +27% 850 $157   $114,108,187 50
2013/07/20 - $181,742 +36% 850 $214   $114,289,929 51
2013/07/21 - $120,779 -34% 850 $142   $114,410,708 52
2013/07/22 - $62,546 -48% 850 $74   $114,473,254 53
2013/07/23 - $81,005 +30% 850 $95   $114,554,259 54
2013/07/24 - $75,591 -7% 850 $89   $114,629,850 55
2013/07/25 - $63,741 -16% 850 $75   $114,693,591 56
2013/07/26 - $85,000 +33% 215 $395   $114,778,591 57
2013/07/27 - $118,670 +40% 215 $552   $114,897,261 58
2013/07/28 - $83,478 -30% 215 $388   $114,980,739 59
2013/07/29 - $43,626 -48% 215 $203   $115,024,365 60
2013/07/30 - $52,914 +21% 215 $246   $115,077,279 61
2013/07/31 - $43,592 -18% 215 $203   $115,120,871 62
2013/08/01 - $47,265 +8% 215 $220   $115,168,136 63
2013/08/02 - $81,674 +73% 206 $396   $115,249,810 64
2013/08/03 - $111,957 +37% 206 $543   $115,361,767 65
2013/08/04 - $114,238 +2% 206 $555   $115,476,005 66
2013/08/05 - $36,292 -68% 206 $176   $115,512,297 67
2013/08/06 - $38,338 +6% 206 $186   $115,550,635 68
2013/08/07 - $28,410 -26% 206 $138   $115,579,045 69
2013/08/08 - $27,495 -3% 206 $133   $115,606,540 70
2013/08/09 - $45,383 +65% 143 $317   $115,651,923 71
2013/08/10 - $59,575 +31% 143 $417   $115,711,498 72
2013/08/11 - $38,649 -35% 143 $270   $115,750,147 73
2013/08/12 - $20,558 -47% 143 $144   $115,770,705 74
2013/08/13 - $30,150 +47% 143 $211   $115,800,855 75
2013/08/14 - $24,802 -18% 143 $173   $115,825,657 76
2013/08/15 - $20,370 -18% 143 $142   $115,846,027 77
2013/08/16 - $49,313 +142% 134 $368   $115,895,340 78
2013/08/17 - $59,025 +20% 134 $440   $115,954,365 79
2013/08/18 - $44,135 -25% 134 $329   $115,998,500 80
2013/08/19 - $22,228 -50% 134 $166   $116,020,728 81
2013/08/20 - $28,569 +29% 134 $213   $116,049,297 82
2013/08/21 - $23,340 -18% 134 $174   $116,072,637 83
2013/08/22 - $24,190 +4% 134 $181   $116,096,827 84
2013/08/23 - $99,445 +311% 246 $404   $116,196,272 85
2013/08/24 - $142,135 +43% 246 $578   $116,338,407 86
2013/08/25 - $95,343 -33% 246 $388   $116,433,750 87
2013/08/26 - $40,103 -58% 246 $163   $116,473,853 88
2013/08/27 - $44,681 +11% 246 $182   $116,518,534 89
2013/08/28 - $38,380 -14% 246 $156   $116,556,914 90
2013/08/29 - $40,931 +7% 246 $166   $116,597,845 91
2013/08/30 - $100,500 +146% 239 $421   $116,698,345 92
2013/08/31 - $140,120 +39% 239 $586   $116,838,465 93
2013/09/01 - $142,850 +2% 239 $598   $116,981,315 94
2013/09/02 - $115,670 -19% 239 $484   $117,096,985 95
2013/09/03 - $34,466 -70% 239 $144   $117,131,451 96
2013/09/04 - $30,301 -12% 239 $127   $117,161,752 97
2013/09/05 - $30,506 +1% 239 $128   $117,192,258 98
2013/09/06 - $56,560 +85% 205 $276   $117,248,818 99
2013/09/07 - $88,875 +57% 205 $434   $117,337,693 100
2013/09/08 - $48,597 -45% 205 $237   $117,386,290 101
2013/09/09 - $14,587 -70% 205 $71   $117,400,877 102
2013/09/10 - $16,602 +14% 205 $81   $117,417,479 103
2013/09/11 - $16,125 -3% 205 $79   $117,433,604 104
2013/09/12 - $14,820 -8% 205 $72   $117,448,424 105
2013/09/13 - $38,996 +163% 171 $228   $117,487,420 106
2013/09/14 - $55,103 +41% 171 $322   $117,542,523 107
2013/09/15 - $32,620 -41% 171 $191   $117,575,143 108
2013/09/16 - $9,970 -69% 171 $58   $117,585,113 109
2013/09/17 - $11,994 +20% 171 $70   $117,597,107 110
2013/09/18 - $9,785 -18% 171 $57   $117,606,892 111
2013/09/19 - $10,857 +11% 171 $63   $117,617,749 112
2013/09/20 - $23,955 +121% 133 $180   $117,641,704 113
2013/09/21 - $37,435 +56% 133 $281   $117,679,139 114
2013/09/22 - $19,755 -47% 133 $149   $117,698,894 115
2013/09/23 - $5,708 -71% 133 $43   $117,704,602 116
2013/09/24 - $6,747 +18% 133 $51   $117,711,349 117
2013/09/25 - $6,308 -7% 133 $47   $117,717,657 118
2013/09/26 - $6,332 n/c 133 $48   $117,723,989 119

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2013/05/31 2 $29,350,389   2,925 $10,034   $29,350,389 3
2013/06/07 3 $19,040,890 -35% 3,020 $6,305   $60,914,914 10
2013/06/14 3 $11,016,473 -42% 3,082 $3,574   $80,705,916 17
2013/06/21 5 $7,876,002 -29% 2,823 $2,790   $94,456,978 24
2013/06/28 7 $5,612,267 -29% 2,564 $2,189   $104,792,858 31
2013/07/05 10 $2,853,191 -49% 1,606 $1,777   $110,498,603 38
2013/07/12 12 $1,305,391 -54% 850 $1,536   $113,283,093 45
2013/07/19 19 $436,092 -67% 850 $513   $114,410,708 52
2013/07/26 24 $287,148 -34% 215 $1,336   $114,980,739 59
2013/08/02 23 $307,869 +7% 206 $1,495   $115,476,005 66
2013/08/09 32 $143,607 -53% 143 $1,004   $115,750,147 73
2013/08/16 33 $152,473 +6% 134 $1,138   $115,998,500 80
2013/08/23 28 $336,923 +121% 246 $1,370   $116,433,750 87
2013/08/30 33 $383,470 +14% 239 $1,604   $116,981,315 94
2013/09/06 35 $194,032 -49% 205 $946   $117,386,290 101
2013/09/13 41 $126,719 -35% 171 $741   $117,575,143 108
2013/09/20 48 $81,145 -36% 133 $610   $117,698,894 115

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
9/8/20131462,450 462,450$6,932,126$6,932,1261
9/15/20132123,474-73% 585,924$1,894,091$8,826,2172
9/22/2013374,390-40% 660,314$1,468,459$10,294,6753
9/29/2013632,499-56% 692,813$535,259$10,829,9344
10/6/20131022,626-30% 715,439$338,259$11,168,1925
10/13/20131822,667n/c738,106$339,098$11,507,2916
10/20/20133013,568-40% 751,674$203,249$11,710,5397
11/3/20132516,444 778,810$167,400$12,036,1819

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
9/8/20131321,833 321,833$6,433,442$6,433,4421
9/15/2013254,253-83% 376,086$1,102,411$7,535,8532
9/22/2013430,607-44% 406,693$763,958$8,299,8113
9/29/2013814,663-52% 421,356$311,004$8,610,8154
10/6/2013118,124-45% 429,480$162,159$8,772,9745

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