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Ocean's Twelve (2004)

Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $125,531,634Details
International Box Office $237,457,442
Worldwide Box Office $362,989,076
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  3. Box Office
  4. Video Sales
  5. Full Financials
  6. Cast & Crew
  7. Trailer

Metrics

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Critics RottenAudience Upright
Critics
56% - Rotten
Audience
60% - Upright

Latest Ranking on Cumulative Box Office Lists


Movie Details

Production Budget:$110,000,000
Domestic Releases: December 10th, 2004 (Wide) by Warner Bros.
Video Release: April 12th, 2005 by Warner Home Video
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for language
Running Time: 125 minutes
Franchise: Ocean's Eleven
Comparisons: vs. Ocean's Eleven
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Keywords: Heist
Source:Remake
Genre:Adventure
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: Warner Bros.
Production Countries: United States

Ranking on other Records and Milestones

RecordRankRevenueChart
Date
Days In
Release
Biggest 15th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,585 $24,991 Mar 18, 2005 101
Biggest 14th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,537 $48,849 Mar 11, 2005 94
Biggest 13th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,360 $91,876 Mar 4, 2005 87
Biggest 12th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,173 $152,072 Feb 25, 2005 80
Biggest 11th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 689 $384,211 Feb 18, 2005 73
Biggest 10th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,465 $188,931 Feb 11, 2005 66
Biggest 9th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,232 $338,396 Feb 4, 2005 59
Biggest 8th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,050 $688,364 Jan 28, 2005 52
Biggest 7th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 913 $1,379,378 Jan 21, 2005 45
Biggest 6th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 643 $2,984,382 Jan 14, 2005 38
Biggest 5th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 450 $5,310,434 Jan 7, 2005 31
Biggest 4th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 297 $9,433,199 Dec 31, 2004 24
Fastest Movies to Earn $100 Million at the Domestic Box Office 339 $100,700,000 Dec 31, 2004 22
Biggest 3rd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 730 $8,401,175 Dec 24, 2004 17
Biggest 2nd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 416 $18,124,149 Dec 17, 2004 10
Fastest Movies to Earn $50 Million at the Domestic Box Office 347 $50,400,000 Dec 10, 2004 7
Biggest Sunday at the Domestic Box Office 596 $8,683,880 Dec 12, 2004 3
Biggest December Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 25 $39,153,380 Dec 10, 2004 3
Biggest Opening Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 302 $39,153,380 Dec 10, 2004 3
Biggest Weekends at the Domestic Box Office 396 $39,153,380 Dec 10, 2004 3
Widest Opening Weekend 478 3,290 Dec 10, 2004 3
Biggest December Day at the Domestic Box Office 70 $15,730,244 Dec 11, 2004 2
Biggest Saturday at the Domestic Box Office 363 $15,730,244 Dec 11, 2004 2
Biggest Single Days at the Domestic Box Office 925 $15,730,244 Dec 11, 2004 2
Biggest Friday at the Domestic Box Office 331 $14,500,000 Dec 10, 2004 1

Cast

   Danny Ocean
   Rusty Ryan
   Linus Caldwell
   Isabel Lahiri
   Basher Tarr
   Terrence "Terry" Benedict
   Frank Catton
   Tess Ocean
Casey Affleck    Virgil Malloy
Scott Caan    Turk Malloy
Vincent Cassel    Dinner Jacket
Eddie Jemison    Livingston Dell
Carl Reiner    Saul Bloom
Elliott Gould    Reuben Tishkoff
Shaobo Qin    Yen
Robbie Coltrane    Matsui
Eddie Izzard    Roman Nagel
Cherry Jones    Molly Star/Mrs. Caldwell
Jeroen Krabbe    van der Woude
Ed Kross    Bank Officer
Don Tiffany    House Painter
Anne Jacques    Shop Owner
David Sontag    Plainclothes Goon
Larry Sontag    Plainclothes Goon
Dina Connolly    Virgil's Fiancee
Nelson Peltz    Partygoer
Mini Anden    Supermodel
Jennifer Liu    Mani-pedi Woman
Leah Zhang    Mani-pedi Woman
Jared Harris    Basher's Engineer
Craig Susser    Men's Club Waiter
James Schneider    Club Heckler
Nerissa Tedesco    Palm Reader
Nichelle Hines    Assistant Manager
Michael van der Heijden    Funeral Priest
Johan Widerberg    Johan
Jeroen Willems    Paul
Chris Tates    Paul's Partner
Michael DeLano    Casino Manager
David Lindsay    Arsenal Bus Driver
Al Faris    Frank's Jail Mate
Candice Azzara    Saul's Lady
Youma Kiakite    Toulour Woman
Andrea Buhl    Toulour Woman
Sylvia Kwon    Toulour Woman
Francesca Lancini    Toulour Woman
Raquel Faria    Toulour Woman
Elena Potapova    Toulour Woman
Jessie Bell    Toulour Woman
Anne-Solenne Hatte    Toulour Woman
Denny Mendez    Toulour Woman
Jerry Weintraub    American Businessman
Martina Stella    Nagel's Assistant
Mattia Sbragia    Commissario Giordano
Carlo Antonazzo    Security Advisor
Mingming Gao    Chinese Mother
Amelie Kahn-Ackermann    Chinese Daughter
Luciano Miele    Hotel Manager
Antonio De Matteo    Hotel Employee
Ana Caterina Morariu    Bruce Willis' Companion
Adriano Giannini    Museum Director
Giulio Magnolia    Photographer
Dennis Di Angelo    Photographer's Assistant
Scott L. Schwartz    Bruiser
Giselda Volodi    Toulour's Butler
Mathieu Simonet    Backpack Kid
Karl A. Brown    Train Security
Marc Bodnar    Train Security

Production and Technical Credits

Director   
Screenwriter    George Nofi
Character Creator    George Clayton Johnson
Character Creator    Jack Golden Russell
Producer    Jerry Weintraub
Executive Producer    John Hardy
Executive Producer    Susan Ekins
Executive Producer    Bruce Berman
Production Designer    Philip Messina
Editor    Stephen Mirrione
Composer    David Holmes
Director of Photography    Peter Andrews
Co-Producer    Frederic W. Brost
Co-Producer    Gregory Jacobs
Assistant Director    Gregory Jacobs
Unit Production Manager    Frederic W. Brost
Production Supervisor    Robin LeChanu
Art Director    Tony Fanning
Set Decorator    Kristen Toscano Messina
Costume Designer    Milena Canonero
Costume Supervisor    Hans G. Struhar
Sound Mixer    Paul Ledford
Re-recording Mixer    Larry Blake
Supervising Sound Editor    Larry Blake
Sound Editor    David E. Stone
Sound Editor    Julie Feiner
Sound Editor    Piero Mura
Make up    Julie Hewett
Make up    Elisa Johnson Marsh
Hairstylist    Waldo Sanchez
Hairstylist    Frida Aradottir
Music Supervisor    David Holmes
Casting Director    Debra Zane
Casting Director    Beatrice Kruger
Stunt Coordinator    John Robotham
Additional Art Direction-Assistant Art Director    Easton Smith

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May 14th, 2005

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May 7th, 2005

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April 30th, 2005

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April 23rd, 2005

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April 11th, 2005

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March 20th, 2005

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March 13th, 2005

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March 6th, 2005

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February 27th, 2005

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February 16th, 2005

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February 9th, 2005

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February 2nd, 2005

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January 26th, 2005

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January 19th, 2005

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January 12th, 2005

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January 10th, 2005

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January 7th, 2005

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January 5th, 2005

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January 3rd, 2005

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December 31st, 2004

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December 29th, 2004

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December 27th, 2004

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December 22nd, 2004

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December 20th, 2004

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The shaded area represents the expected performance range for a film, based on its opening weekend box office. 95% of films fall within the shaded area. If a film trends towards the top end of the shaded area, it has good legs compared to the average film; if it trends towards the bottom end of the shaded area, it has poor legs. The predictive area is based on movies from the past 5 years.

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Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2004/12/10 1 $39,153,380   3,290 $11,901   $39,153,380 3
2004/12/17 2 $18,124,149 -54% 3,290 $5,509   $68,524,528 10
2004/12/24 5 $8,401,175 -54% 3,290 $2,554   $86,600,224 17
2004/12/31 5 $9,433,199 +12% 3,290 $2,867   $107,006,344 24
2005/01/07 6 $5,310,434 -44% 3,010 $1,764   $115,312,023 31
2005/01/14 10 $2,984,382 -44% 2,105 $1,418   $119,934,431 38
2005/01/21 14 $1,379,378 -54% 1,275 $1,082   $122,389,114 45
2005/01/28 20 $688,364 -50% 702 $981   $123,608,293 52
2005/02/04 22 $338,396 -51% 407 $831   $124,164,979 59
2005/02/11 30 $188,931 -44% 201 $940   $124,484,554 66
2005/02/18 23 $384,211 +103% 463 $830   $124,957,187 73
2005/02/25 33 $152,072 -60% 202 $753   $125,245,047 80
2005/03/04 38 $91,876 -40% 140 $656   $125,402,117 87
2005/03/11 55 $48,849 -47% 115 $425   $125,485,629 94
2005/03/18 66 $24,991 -49% 73 $342   $125,531,634 101

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2004/12/10 1 $14,500,000   3,290 $4,407   $14,500,000 1
2004/12/11 1 $15,730,244 +8% 3,290 $4,781   $30,469,500 2
2004/12/12 1 $8,683,880 -45% 3,290 $2,639   $39,153,380 3
2004/12/13 1 $3,019,000 -65% 3,290 $918   $42,173,000 4
2004/12/14 1 $3,002,000 -1% 3,290 $912   $45,175,000 5
2004/12/15 1 $2,611,000 -13% 3,290 $794   $47,786,000 6
2004/12/16 1 $2,614,000 n/c 3,290 $795   $50,400,000 7
2004/12/17 2 $6,000,000 +130% 3,290 $1,824   $56,400,000 8
2004/12/18 2 $7,219,821 +20% 3,290 $2,194   $63,590,470 9
2004/12/19 2 $4,934,058 -32% 3,290 $1,500   $68,524,528 10
2004/12/20 2 $2,678,000 -46% 3,290 $814   $71,203,000 11
2004/12/21 2 $2,804,000 +5% 3,290 $852   $74,007,000 12
2004/12/22 4 $1,930,000 -31% 3,290 $587   $75,937,000 13
2004/12/23 4 $2,300,000 +19% 3,290 $699   $78,237,000 14
2004/12/24 4 $1,500,000 -35% 3,290 $456   $79,737,000 15
2004/12/25 5 $3,363,323 +124% 3,290 $1,022   $83,100,323 16
2004/12/26 5 $3,558,423 +6% 3,290 $1,082   $86,600,224 17
2004/12/27 5 $2,878,000 -19% 3,290 $875   $89,479,000 18
2004/12/28 5 $2,752,000 -4% 3,290 $836   $92,231,000 19
2004/12/29 4 $2,814,000 +2% 3,290 $855   $95,045,000 20
2004/12/30 4 $2,800,000 n/c 3,290 $851   $97,800,000 21
2004/12/31 5 $2,900,000 +4% 3,290 $881   $100,700,000 22
2005/01/01 5 $4,004,496 +38% 3,290 $1,217   $104,421,153 23
2005/01/02 5 $2,585,191 -35% 3,290 $786   $107,006,344 24
2005/01/03 4 $1,054,000 -59% 3,290 $320   $108,061,000 25
2005/01/04 4 $686,000 -35% 3,290 $209   $108,747,000 26
2005/01/05 4 $622,000 -9% 3,290 $189   $109,369,000 27
2005/01/06 4 $632,000 +2% 3,290 $192   $110,002,000 28
2005/01/07 5 $1,500,000 +137% 3,010 $498   $111,500,000 29
2005/01/08 6 $2,419,055 +61% 3,010 $804   $114,088,893 30
2005/01/09 6 $1,223,130 -49% 3,010 $406   $115,312,023 31
2005/01/10 4 $388,000 -68% 3,010 $129   $115,700,000 32
2005/01/11 4 $421,000 +9% 3,010 $140   $116,121,000 33
2005/01/12 4 $403,000 -4% 3,010 $134   $116,525,000 34
2005/01/13 4 $425,000 +5% 3,010 $141   $116,950,000 35
2005/01/14 8 $900,000 +112% 2,105 $428   $117,900,000 36
2005/01/15 11 $1,237,051 +37% 2,105 $588   $119,102,264 37
2005/01/16 11 $832,167 -33% 2,105 $395   $119,934,431 38
2005/01/17 13 $526,078 -37% 2,105 $250   $120,460,509 39
2005/01/18 10 $205,000 -61% 2,105 $97   $120,665,000 40
2005/02/21 26 $55,595   463 $120   $125,012,782 74

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2004/12/10 1 $50,400,379   3,290 $15,319   $50,400,379 7
2004/12/17 2 $27,798,670 -45% 3,290 $8,449   $78,199,049 14
2004/12/24 4 $19,374,096 -30% 3,290 $5,889   $97,573,145 21
2004/12/31 4 $12,428,444 -36% 3,290 $3,778   $110,001,589 28
2005/01/07 5 $6,948,460 -44% 3,010 $2,308   $116,950,049 35
2005/01/14 10 $4,059,687 -42% 2,105 $1,929   $121,009,736 42
2005/01/21 15 $1,910,193 -53% 1,275 $1,498   $122,919,929 49
2005/01/28 20 $906,654 -53% 702 $1,292   $123,826,583 56
2005/02/04 22 $469,040 -48% 407 $1,152   $124,295,623 63
2005/02/11 28 $277,353 -41% 201 $1,380   $124,572,976 70
2005/02/18 23 $519,999 +87% 463 $1,123   $125,092,975 77
2005/02/25 34 $217,266 -58% 202 $1,076   $125,310,241 84
2005/03/04 40 $126,539 -42% 140 $904   $125,436,780 91
2005/03/11 54 $69,863 -45% 115 $608   $125,506,643 98
2005/03/18 74 $24,991 -64% 73 $342   $125,531,634 105

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