Ocean's Thirteen

Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $117,144,465Details
International Box Office $194,600,000
Worldwide Box Office $311,744,465
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $48,401,346 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $48,401,346
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 FreshAudience Upright
Critics
70% - Fresh
Audience
75% - Upright

Movie Details

Production Budget:$85,000,000
Domestic Releases: June 8th, 2007 (Wide) by Warner Bros.
Video Release: November 13th, 2007 by Warner Home Video
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for brief sensuality
Franchise: Ocean's Eleven
Keywords: Revenge, Heist
Source:Remake
Genre:Adventure
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: Warner Bros.

DVD Rentals - Waitress is Making a Living on the Home Market

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DVD Rentals - Shrek Even Stronger on Rental Charts

There were only four new releases to chart this week on the DVD rental chart, including Shrek the Third, which opened in top spot with $11.01 million in rentals. More...

DVD Sales - Shrek Stomps Competition

Shrek the Third was the second digitally animated film to debut on top of the sales chart in two weeks. Preliminary numbers have the DVD selling 4.10 million units for $62.42 million in sales. The Thanksgiving holiday delayed full numbers and this could change when final updates are in, although they won't change by enough to drop it out of first place. More...

DVD Releases for November 13, 2007

Another week, another $300 million hit comes out on DVD, along with a few dozen other films and TV series. While this week wasn't quite as busy as it has been for a few weeks, we still had plenty of contenders for DVD Pick of the Week. This includes this week's winner, Close Encounters of the Third Kind - 30th Anniversary Ultimate Edition - Blu-Ray, while a release from last week, Ratatouille - Blu-Ray, earns a belated honor. More...

International Details - Harry Potter has 900 Million Reasons to Celebrate

Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix may have fallen out of the top five, but it was able to cross $900 million worldwide since last week making it only the tenth film to do so. Over the weekend the film added $7.08 million on 4486 screens in 53 markets for a total of $626.30 million internationally, which places the film sixth place on that chart just $16 million behind Dead Man's Chest. There's not much to report for individual markets with the film down 43% during its second weekend in Greece adding $612,000 on 129 screens for a total of $2.91 million. Its best market remains Japan at $1.67 million on 605 screens over the weekend for a total of $75.18 million after seven weeks. Meanwhile, the film continues to march towards $100 million in the U.K. and after earning $796,000 on 306 screens over the weekend it now sits at $97.89 million in total. More...

International Details - Knocked Up Leaps Up

Knocked Up went from barely making the top 30 to nearly hitting the top five after adding $6.89 million on 1628 screens in 19 markets. The film now has a total of $25.54 million internationally while its worldwide total hit $173.34 million. To put this into perspective, The 40-Year Old Virgin earned $177.34 million and Knocked Up has yet to open in France, Spain, Italy, and many other significant markets. This week it did open in two major markets, the U.K. and Germany. In the former it had to settle for second place with $3.08 million on 423 screens while in the later it topped the charts with $2.11 million on 597 screens. In both markets this represents a small drop-off from The 40-Year Old Virgin, but the movie has already covered its total cost, so there's little reason to complain. More...

International Details - Summer Transforms into Fall

The Transformers fell out of the top five but still cracked 8 digits with $11.10 million on 54.92 screens in 52 markets for a total of $354.33 million. The film is mostly coasting on holdovers at the moment, but it did top the Polish market with $664,000 on 106 screens while its best market was Japan where it added $2.49 million on 592 screens over the weekend for a total of $23.98 million. More...

International Details - Dragons Dominate South Korean Marketplace

D-War slipped to sixth place overall, but remained in first place in South Korea with $10.19 million on 623 screens over the weekend and $37.81 million in total. More...

International Details - Die Hard still has Life Left

Live Free or Die Hard was knocked out of the top five but still earned $7.15 million on 317 screens in 29 markets for a total of $192.83 million. The film opened in first place in four markets, with the biggest being Brazil at $1.60 million on 352 screens over the weekend and $2.07 million in total. At this pace the film would hit $200 million this weekend, even if it didn't open in Australia, while it will top Die Hard with a Vengeance's worldwide total shortly. More...

International Details for May 18

No, this is not a repeat, May 18 is the name of a South Korean film that opened last weekend with $7.40 million on 534 screens over the weekend and $9.66 million in total. This was enough for first place finish in its native market and a sixth place finish internationally. More...

International Details - Transformers Remains Hair-raising

The Transformers held on strong dipping just 7% to $33.77 million on 4626 screens in 41 markets for a total of $192.44 million. This includes an estimated $6.4 million from previews in the U.K. The film's only major opening of the weekend was Mexico where it placed first with $5.46 million on 410 screens pushing Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix into second place. The Transformers also continued its amazing run in South Korea adding $3.12 million on 442 screens for a running tally of $46.21 million, which is like making $500 million here given the relative sizes of the two markets. More...

International Details - Harry Was Not the Only Film to Light Up the Charts

As expected, The Transformers fell to second place this week, what wasn't expected was how well it held on. The film was down a mere 23% to $36.13 million on 3667 screens in 31 markets for a total of $146.66 million internationally. The film opened in China with a record-setting $12.6 million on 300 screens over the first five days while it earned $498,000 on 71 in Greece and $258,000 from 28 in Israel. The film's best market so far has been South Korea where it has taken in $39.52 million in three weeks, including $5.76 million on 540 screens this past weekend. This is a record for a non-South Korean film and an unexpectedly strong performance. Additionally, the film has yet to open in a number of major markets including the U.K., Japan, France, and Mexico and should hit $300 million internationally and $600 million worldwide, if not more. More...

International Top Five - A Change at the Top

The Transformers climbed into top spot with $47.17 million on 3381 screens in 29 markets for a total of $97.21 million. The film opened in nearly 20 markets, and did extremely well in a number of them, but it was a holdover that led the way. In South Korea the film grew by 5% to $11.83 million on 617 screens for a two-week total of $31.02 million, which is nearly what Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End will earn there in total. Its biggest opening came in Russia where it made $6.81 million on 700 screens over the weekend and $7.19 million in total while in Spain it took in $3.57 million on 565 screens over the weekend and $4.87 million in total. These two totals are probably better indicators of the film's international drawing power, but it should still do very well overseas. More...

International Top Five - Third Threepeats

For the third weekend in a row, Shrek the Third led the international box office this time growing substantially to $60.98 million on 5810 screens in 41 markets for a total of $262.00 million. Almost all of the growth came from Britain where it scored a record-opening of $33.45 million on 535 screens, sort of. This includes more than $10 million in previews that was earned over three days and that, plus a weakened American dollar, helped it over the top. On the other hand, the film struggled in Japan placing third with $2.97 million on 543 screens; that was less than Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End earned in its sixth week there. Holdovers were led by Spain where the film dipped just 33% to $5.16 million on 672 screens for a $17.24 million total while Germany was nearly as strong down 38% to $4.42 million on 857 screens for a total of $14.67 million. More...

International Top Five - Shrek the First

Shrek the Third managed to grow, albeit by a tiny amount, adding $47.29 million on 5,737 screens in 45 markets for a total of $170.44 million. The film opened in a pair of major markets scoring first place in Germany with $7.84 million on 861 screens and a nearly identical $7.77 million on 687 screens in Spain. While these numbers are impressive, they are not up to the same level as Shrek 2 managed. On the other hand, it had the best openig of the year and the franchise in Belgium with $2.47 million on 125 screens, including midweek numbers. Holdovers continue to be a problem as the film was down 42% in France, the second worst in the top ten, adding $7.62 million on 8750 screens for a $22.22 million running tally. In Mexico is was even worse down 56% to $3.82 million on 417 screens over the weekend and $17.23 million in total More...

Evan Makes Executives Uptighty

The box office was off last year's pace, again, this time it is mainly due to the box office struggles of the overall box office leader, Evan Almighty, which missed lowered expectations. Overall the industry added $132 million over the weekend, which was down 9% from last weekend and 6% from the same weekend last year. It is not time to panic, yet, but if we don't see the box office rebound over the next few weeks, industry talk will switch from the big hits to the misses, and that tends to worsen a depressed market even more. More...

Will Evan be Almighty, or just Alrighty?

A trio of new releases this week are led by Evan Almighty, but while that film has a clear shot at first place, the real question is whether the overall box office can avoid falling behind last year's pace. Last year's top 10 pulled in just under $125 million, which is certainly within reach, but far from a sure thing. More...

International Top Five - Shrek Steals the Show

Not only did Shrek the Third climb to top spot this weekend, it also crossed $100 million internationally while hitting $400 million worldwide. Over the weekend the film added more than 10 new markets earning $46.64 million on 3564 screens in 32 markets for a total of $108.27 million, double its haul at this point last week. Its biggest new market of the week was France where it earned $12.5 million from 850 screens, 20% more than Shrek 2 opened with. The film was also tops in Mexico with $9.12 million on 418 screens and in Brazil with $5.9 million on 280. That last figure represents a record for animated films and is nearly triple what Shrek 2 opened with. On the other hand, the film fell nearly 50% in Australia to $4.41 million on 476 screens for a total of $16.78 million while its decline was even steeper in South Korea down 69% to $2.7 million over the weekend and $15.2 million in total. That said, it is still tracking for a $500 million international total and $800 million worldwide. On the other hand, poor critical reception and shorter legs suggest the franchise peaked with Shrek 2 and Shrek 4 and Shrek 5 might be pressing the studio's luck. More...

Four Fantastic over Father\'s Day

Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer set a record for best Father's Day opening and overall the box office reached just over $145 million, which was 7% more than last weekend. But that's still lower than the same weekend last year by just over 4%. On the one hand, the box office is still healthy and undoubtedly more records will fall this year. On the other hand, there are some troubling signs and perhaps the irrational exuberance is starting to wear off. More...

Summer Looking to Return to Fantastic Ways

After an amazing May, June has shown a bit of weakness and the summer has fallen off its record-setting pace. Things look to turn-around thanks to a super-hero sequel and the buzz suggests Fantastic Four franchise should be up to the task of rescuing a slumping box office, again. More...

International Top Five - Pirates Lucky Streak Continues

Weaker than expected competition helped Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End maintain its stranglehold on first place, despite losing more than 50% at the box office. Over the weekend the film added $50.70 million on 12,591 screens in 103 markets for a total of $495.16 million meaning it should crack $500 million internationally by this time this column in published while $600 million is still the target number. However, due to weaker than expected domestic numbers $1 billion worldwide is out of reach. The film hit $50 million in Japan over the weekend after earning $7.68 million on 842 screens, down just 20%. That was the film's biggest single market over the weekend, but its total there of $50.41 million is second place to the U.K.'s $66.22 million running tally. However, in that market the film is fading fast and Japan could eventually become At World's End's most lucrative market. More...

Ocean\'s Luck Runs Out

After three monster hits, it appears moviegoers might be undergoing some type of blockbuster fatigue. All three new releases wilted under the pressure at the weekend. Overall, the box office still increased from last week, but it was up less than 1% to $136 million and compared to the same weekend last year it was down 11%. Worse yet, 2007 has fallen below 2004's record setting pace for the summer season and that year wasn't as front-loaded as this year. On the bright side, we still have a tremendous number of potential $100 million movies and that's one record that is still within reach. More...

Per Theater Chart Smells Sweet as a Rose

La Vie en Rose won the race to the top of the per theater chart, earning $180,000 in 8 theaters for an average of $22,481. Brand Upon the Brain! continued its tour and jumped into second place with an average of $12,223 in its three theaters. 12:08 East of Bucharest was close behind with $11,586 in its lone theater while overall box office winner, Ocean's Thirteen was the last film to cross $10,000, earning an average of $10,136. More...

Movie Website Updates for June 3 - June 9, 2007

There are a lot of movies on this week's list, but many have just the synopsis, image gallery, and the trailer, and many don't even have that. There were very few that stood out, but at least Speed Racer - Official Site got off to a great start. Perhaps it will win the award before it hits theaters. More...

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Contest - Ocean\'s Two

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2007 Preview: June

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Movie Website Updates for April 29 - May 5, 2007

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Movie Website Updates for April 15 - April 21, 2007

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Movie Website Updates for December 16 - December 21, 2006

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Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2007/06/08 1 $13,178,716   3,565 $3,697   $13,178,716 1
2007/06/09 1 $13,914,465 +6% 3,565 $3,903   $27,093,181 2
2007/06/10 1 $9,040,222 -35% 3,565 $2,536   $36,133,403 3
2007/06/11 1 $4,155,375 -54% 3,565 $1,166   $40,288,778 4
2007/06/12 1 $3,769,975 -9% 3,565 $1,057   $44,058,753 5
2007/06/13 1 $3,442,280 -9% 3,565 $966   $47,501,033 6
2007/06/14 1 $3,204,303 -7% 3,565 $899   $50,705,336 7
2007/06/15 2 $5,988,263 +87% 3,565 $1,680   $56,693,599 8
2007/06/16 2 $7,732,525 +29% 3,565 $2,169   $64,426,124 9
2007/06/17 2 $6,003,617 -22% 3,565 $1,684   $70,429,741 10
2007/06/18 2 $2,411,381 -60% 3,565 $676   $72,841,122 11
2007/06/19 2 $2,388,413 -1% 3,565 $670   $75,229,535 12
2007/06/20 2 $2,267,370 -5% 3,565 $636   $77,496,905 13
2007/06/21 2 $2,171,404 -4% 3,565 $609   $79,668,309 14
2007/06/22 4 $3,521,925 +62% 3,450 $1,021   $83,190,234 15
2007/06/23 4 $4,677,185 +33% 3,450 $1,356   $87,867,419 16
2007/06/24 4 $3,212,158 -31% 3,450 $931   $91,079,577 17
2007/06/25 5 $1,422,317 -56% 3,450 $412   $92,501,894 18
2007/06/26 5 $1,371,028 -4% 3,450 $397   $93,872,922 19
2007/06/27 6 $1,101,391 -20% 3,450 $319   $94,974,313 20
2007/06/28 6 $1,060,265 -4% 3,450 $307   $96,034,578 21
2007/06/29 7 $1,889,676 +78% 2,903 $651   $97,924,254 22
2007/06/30 7 $2,476,355 +31% 2,903 $853   $100,400,609 23
2007/07/01 7 $1,719,928 -31% 2,903 $592   $102,120,537 24
2007/07/02 8 $786,493 -54% 2,903 $271   $102,907,030 25
2007/07/03 9 $840,000 +7% 2,903 $289   $103,750,000 26
2007/07/04 10 $1,155,223 +38% 2,903 $398   $104,893,591 27
2007/07/05 9 $726,359 -37% 2,903 $250   $105,619,950 28
2007/07/06 9 $1,097,959 +51% 2,903 $378   $106,717,909 29
2007/07/07 9 $1,423,269 +30% 2,903 $490   $108,141,178 30
2007/07/08 10 $1,004,138 -29% 2,903 $346   $109,145,316 31
2007/07/09 11 $409,497 -59% 2,102 $195   $109,554,813 32
2007/07/10 11 $402,208 -2% 2,102 $191   $109,957,021 33
2007/07/11 12 $297,289 -26% 2,102 $141   $110,254,310 34
2007/07/12 12 $268,069 -10% 2,102 $128   $110,522,379 35
2007/07/13 10 $591,327 +121% 1,244 $475   $111,113,706 36
2007/07/14 10 $836,441 +41% 1,244 $672   $111,950,147 37
2007/07/15 10 $556,555 -33% 1,244 $447   $112,506,702 38
2007/07/16 10 $237,227 -57% 1,244 $191   $112,743,929 39
2007/07/17 10 $252,409 +6% 1,244 $203   $112,996,338 40
2007/07/18 10 $267,357 +6% 1,244 $215   $113,263,695 41
2007/07/19 10 $257,244 -4% 1,244 $207   $113,520,939 42
2007/07/20 12 $275,000 +7% 750 $367   $113,796,000 43
2007/07/23 12 $135,667   750 $181   $114,669,033 46
2007/07/24 12 $139,459 +3% 750 $186   $114,808,876 47
2007/07/25 12 $132,472 -5% 750 $177   $114,940,964 48
2007/07/26 12 $136,532 +3% 750 $182   $115,077,496 49
2007/09/03 47 $18,033   137 $132   $117,033,632 88

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2007/06/08 1 $36,133,403   3,565 $10,136   $36,133,403 3
2007/06/15 2 $19,724,405 -45% 3,565 $5,533   $70,429,741 10
2007/06/22 4 $11,411,268 -42% 3,450 $3,308   $91,079,577 17
2007/06/29 7 $6,085,959 -47% 2,903 $2,096   $102,120,537 24
2007/07/06 10 $3,525,366 -42% 2,102 $1,677   $109,145,316 31
2007/07/13 10 $1,984,323 -44% 1,244 $1,595   $112,506,702 38
2007/07/20 12 $1,012,427 -49% 750 $1,350   $114,533,366 45
2007/07/27 21 $460,406 -55% 340 $1,354   $115,537,902 52
2007/08/03 35 $132,453 -71% 160 $828   $115,886,856 59
2007/08/10 23 $303,368 +129% 321 $945   $116,267,510 66
2007/08/17 26 $214,259 -29% 297 $721   $116,651,343 73
2007/08/24 40 $118,348 -45% 218 $543   $116,879,703 80
2007/08/31 46 $80,942 -32% 137 $591   $117,015,599 87
2007/09/07 49 $45,620 -44% 108 $422   $117,096,871 94
2007/09/14 64 $29,913 -34% 77 $388   $117,144,465 101

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
11/18/20073945,050 945,050$16,056,400$16,056,4001
11/25/20079584,347-38% 1,529,397$9,928,056$25,984,4552
12/2/200714222,130-62% 1,751,527$3,773,989$29,758,4443
12/9/200718155,076-30% 1,906,603$2,634,741$32,393,1854
12/16/200718373,694+141% 2,280,297$5,336,014$37,729,1995
12/23/200729187,278-50% 2,467,575$2,849,547$40,578,7466

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Cast

George Clooney    Danny Ocean
Brad Pitt    Rusty Ryan
Matt Damon    Linus Caldwell/Lenny Pepperidge
Andy Garcia    Terry Benedict
Don Cheadle    Basher Tarr/Fender Roads
Bernie Mac    Frank Catton
Ellen Barkin    Abigail Sponder
Al Pacino    Willie Bank
Casey Affleck    Virgil Malloy
Scott Caan    Turk Malloy
Eddie Jemison    Livingston Dell
Shaobo Qin    The Amazine Yen/Mr. Weng
Carl Reiner    Saul Bloom/Kensington
Elliott Gould    Reuben Tishkoff
Eddie Izzard    Roman Nagel
David Paymer    The V.U.P.
Michael Mantell    Dr. Stan
Ray Xifo    Rueben's Butler
Adam Lazarre-White    Bank's Junior Executive
Maggie Rowe    Florist
Kris Kane    Fired Waitress
Soledad St. Hilaire    Chamber Maid
Olga Sosnovska    Debbie
Jerry Weintraub    Denny Shields
Luis Chavez    Nestor
Ivar Brogger    Shuffle Royale VP
Alex Procopio    Polygrapher
Armen Weitzman    Eugene
Steven Lambert    Roulette Scam Artist
Noureen DeWulf    'Nuff Said Expo Girl
Don McManus    Neil (The Pit Boss)
Julian Sands    Greco Montgomery
Jon Wellner    Bellman
Mesan Richardson    Hotel Staff
Adrian Neil    Maitre D'
Vincent Cassel    Francois Toulour
Bob Einstein    Agent Caldwell
Michael Miranda    Randall
Oprah Winfrey    Herself
Angel Oquendo    Guard (Ortega)
Bernie Yuman    Himself
Wayne Pére    Fireworks Guy
Joe Chrest    Fender Roads' Manager
Tim Conlon    Agent Caldwell's "Deputy"
Moira Squier    Agent Caldwell's "Deputy"
Steve Hai    Mr. Weng's Assistant
Michi Yamato    Singing Referee
Bayanbat Davaadalai    Himself
Byambajav Ulambayar    Byambajav Ulambayar
Ren Urano    Sumo Referee
Musashimaru Musashimaru    Himself
Akebono Akebono    Himself
Michael Harney    Blackjack Pit Boss
James DuMont    Security Supervisor
Robert Douglas Purcell    Slot Machine Pit Boss
Ashlee Vingle    Cartwheel Girl
Andrea Tiede    Cartwheel Girl
Austin Priester    The Real Fender Roads
Margaret Travolta    Bank's Secretary
Jacquie Barnbrook    Slot Machine Winner
Tommy Hinkley    Roulette Dealer
Matt Duggan    Security Technician
Adam Kaiz    Security Technician
Kasey Mahaffy    Security Technician
Nick Puga    Security Technician
Paull Walia    Security Technician
Michael S. Meldman    Himself
Scott L. Schwartz    Bruiser
Jorge Luis Abreu    Benedict's Secretary
Diana Donaldson    Benedict's Secretary
Shae Wilson    Ticket Agent

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Steven Soderbergh
Producer    Jerry Weintraub
Screenwriter    Brian Koppleman
Screenwriter    David Levien
Executive Producer    Susan Ekins
Executive Producer    Gregory Jacobs
Executive Producer    Frederic W. Brost
Executive Producer    Bruce Berman
Production Designer    Philip Messina
Editor    Stephen Mirrione
Composer    David Holmes
Costume Designer    Louise Frogley
Associate Producer    Robin Le Chanu
Assistant Director    Gregory Jacobs
Unit Production Manager    Frederic W. Brost
Production Supervisor    Robin Le Chanu
Supervising Art Director    Doug Meerdink
Art Director    Tony Fanning
Set Decorator    Kristen Toscano Messina
Director of Photography    Peter Andrews
Costume Supervisor    Lynda Foote
Sound Mixer    Paul Ledford
Re-recording Mixer    Larry Blake
Supervising Sound Editor    Larry Blake
Sound Effects Editor    Aaron Glascock
Sound Effects Editor    John Pospisil
Dialogue Editor    Matt Coby
Dialogue Editor    Vanessa Lapato
Music Editor    Valente Torrez
Make up    Julie Hewett
Make up    Michelle Vittone-McNeil
Make up    Fionagh Cush
Hairstylist    Waldo Sanchez
Hairstylist    Frida Aradottir
Hairstylist    Rita Bellissimo
Hairstylist    Laurel E. Kelly
Hairstylist    Arturo Rojas
Music Supervisor    David Holmes
Story Creator    George Clayton Johnson
Story Creator    Jack Golden Russell
Casting Director    Debra Zane
Stunt Coordinator    John Robotham