Parker

Parker poster
Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $17,616,641Details
International Box Office $28,730,010
Worldwide Box Office $46,346,651
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $7,993,166 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $3,236,508 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $11,229,674
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Synopsis

Parker is a professional thief who lives by a personal code of ethics: Donít steal from people who canít afford it and don't hurt people who don't deserve it. But on his latest heist, his crew double crosses him, steals his stash, and leaves him for dead. Determined to make sure they regret it, Parker tracks them to PalmBeach, playground of the rich and famous, where the crew is planning their biggest heist ever. Donning the disguise of a rich Texan, Parker takes on an unlikely partner, Leslie, a savvy insider, who's short on cash, but big on looks, smarts and ambition. Together, they devise a plan to hijack the score, take everyone down and get away clean.

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Movie Details

Production Budget:$35,000,000
Theatrical Release: January 25th, 2013 (Wide) by FilmDistrict
Video Release: May 21st, 2013 by Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: R for strong violence, language throughout and brief sexual content/nudity.
(Rating bulletin 2244, 10/10/2012)
Keywords: Heist, No Honor Among Thieves, Revenge, Confidence Men
Source:Based on Fiction Book/Short Story
Genre:Thriller/Suspense
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction

DVD Sales: Ray of Sunshine for Dark Skies

New releases were really weak with only one reaching the top ten on the DVD sales chart. That film was Dark Skies, which opened in first place with 136,000 units / $2.04 million. This is actually a little better than expected, given its box office numbers. More...

Blu-ray Sales: Last Remains on Top

There were very few new releases to chart this week, and only one of them managed a place in the top ten on the Blu-ray sales chart. The Last Stand remained in first place with 73,000 units / $1.82 million for the week and 183,000 units / $3.47 million after two. More...

Home Market Numbers: Massive Update: May 26th, 2013

There were a number of new releases to reach the top of the DVD sales chart. They earned the top four spots and seven of the top eight spots. On the downside, it was absolutely a case of quantity over quality. Parker earned first place on the DVD chart, but with just 170,000 units / $2.62 million. It only managed second place on Blu-ray with 72,000 units / $1.50 million for an opening week Blu-ray share of just under 30%, which is bad for an action film. Speaking of action films, The Last Stand opened in second place on DVD with 154,000 units / $2.17 million, but earned first place on Blu-ray with 110,000 units / $1.64 million. Its opening week Blu-ray share was 42%, which is more in line with the average for that genre. More...

DVD and Blu-ray Releases for May 21st, 2013

It's an abridged list of DVD and Blu-ray releases report this week due to technical difficulties. The best selling new release of the week is True Blood: The Complete Fifth Season on Blu-ray Combo Pack, which is certainly worth owning for fans. However, the best releases are the Hayao Miyazaki Double-Shot, Howl's Moving Castle on Blu-ray Combo Pack and My Neighbor Totoro on Blu-ray Combo Pack. Most prefer the former, but I prefer the latter. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Warm Bodies is a Silver Lining for Slow Weekend

There were a number of factors that hurt the box office over the weekend, not the least of which was the rather exciting Super Bowl game. (At least it sounds like it was exciting. I Googled the score a couple times, but I didn't watch the game.) Warm Bodies easily won the weekend race and finished on the high end of expectations, while Silver Linings Playbook remains on pace to reach $100 million. On the other hand, Bullet to the Head bombed. Overall, the box office fell 21% to just $89 million. Again, the Super Bowl had a lot to do with that. Compared to last year, the box office was down 23%. 2013 is still ahead of 2012 by 3.4% at $917 million to $887 million but that lead could be gone by the end of next weekend. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: New Releases Become the Hunted

January ended, and we should all be glad it did. Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters did beat modest expectations, but most of the rest failed that test with Movie 43 crashing worse than even my low expectations. The overall box office fell 20% from last weekend to $112 million. This was 11% less than the same weekend last year; fortunately, this was the first miss of 2013 and the year still has a lead of 10% over 2012 at $797 million to $721 million. More...

Weekend Estimates: Hansel & Gretel Best of Weak Opening Bunch

January will go out like a lamb at the box office, with three new releases failing to catch on with moviegoers this weekend and not much action among the holdovers. Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters will win the weekend more-or-less by default, with a modest $19 million bow from 3,372 theaters. That spells financial disaster for a film that reportedly cost $50 million to make. FilmDistrict's $30 million-budgeted Parker will have a similarly tough time recouping its investment, although lower marketing costs will help. It starts out with $7 million and a per theater average of $3,147. Even more disappointing is Movie 43, which is set to open with $5 million, although its $6 million budget and likely long shelf life on video will avert catastrophe. More...

Weekend Predictions: Hunting the Competition

There are three wide releases during the final weekend of January, but it looks like none of them will please critics. As I write this, the three films have a total of seven reviews on Rotten Tomatoes, none of them are positive. Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters should easily be the biggest hit of the three new films, but not everyone thinks it will come out on top, as Mama could remain potent. Parker and Movie 43 will likely struggle and getting to just $10 million over the weekend might be asking too much. Fortunately, the combination of new releases and holdovers is very similar to last year, so 2013 could win yet another weekend to start the year. More...

2013 Preview: January

December ended on a positive note with 2012 topping 2011 with a week to spare. Hopefully this will translate into strong box office numbers going forward. There are several January releases that actually look very interesting, but you always have to ask, if the films are as good as they look, why are they opening in January? The biggest hit on this list will likely not be a January release, but a limited release from December that is expanding wide in January. Zero Dark Thirty opened in limited release the Wednesday before Christmas and right away it got off to an incredible start. If it can turn some of its Awards Season nominations into wins, which seems very likely at this point, it should be the biggest hit of January. If it can earn some major Oscars, then it might crack $100 million. Unfortunately, no other film on this release list is likely to come close to the $100 million mark. Last January was unseasonably strong with three films opening with $20 million or more and four films finishing with $50 million or more. It is possible that none of the new releases will reach those relatively weak standards. More...

Cast

Jason Statham    Parker
Jennifer Lopez    Leslie Rodgers
Michael Chiklis    Melander
Wendell Pierce    Carlson
Clifton Collins, Jr.    Ross
Bobby Cannavale    Ross
Patti LuPone    Ascension
Carlos Carrasco    Norte
Micah Hauptman    August Hardwicke
Emma Booth    Claire
Nick Nolte    Hurley
Daniel Bernhardt    Kroll
Billy Slaughter    Ohio State Fair Security Guard Ben
Jon Eyez    Jack
Carl Walker    Ohio State Fair Accounts Manager
Sala Baker    Ernesto
Rio Hackford    Oliver
Kirk Baltz    Bobby Hardwicke
Earl Maddox    James
James Carraway    Hospital Patient Quinn
Sharon Landry    Jen Hurley
Charleigh Harmon    Bonnie
Rebecca Marks    Ohio State Fair Mother
Alyshia Ochse    Amber
Madeline Marks    Ohio State Fair Little Girl
Kip Gilman    Danzinger
Travers Mackel    Newscaster #1
Randi Rousseau    Newscaster #2
Eamon Sheehan    Norte's Office Bad Guy #1
Chuck Picerni    Norte's Office Bad Guy #2
Felipe Savahge    Norte's Office Bad Guy #3
Mark Drath    Carny
Peter Haig    Auctioneer
Maureen Solomon    Mrs. Fritz
Derek Cecil    Assistant to Mrs. Fritz
Kenneth Brown, Jr.    Hospital Orderly
Larry Tausch    Spuare Dance Caller
Ken Massey    Ohio State Trooper
John Wilmot    Man in Coffee Shop
Mary Stieffel    James' Wife
Mark Joyce    Delivery Man
Noelle Wilcox    Realty Receptionist
Carlos A. Marquez    Hotel Employee
Carlos Anico    Valet
Brandy Theis    Pageant Director
Michael Watson    Sheriff on Boat
Alfonso Del Rosario    Palm Beach Fireman
Aly Ginsberg    Vacationing Woman
Pearce Blair    Vacationing Man
Jeffrey Donnelly    Auction Security Guard
Daniel Epper    Bouncer
Michelle Stafford    Phyllis Summers
Joshua Morrow    Nicholas Newman

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Taylor Hackford
Screenwriter    John McLaughlin
Author    Donald E. Westlake
Producer    Les Alexander
Producer    Steven Chasman
Producer    Sidney Kimmel
Producer    Jonathan Mitchell
Producer    Taylor Hackford
Executive Producer    Peter Schlessel
Executive Producer    Brad Luff
Executive Producer    Stratton Leopold
Executive Producer    Bruce Toll
Executive Producer    Nick Meyer
Executive Producer    Marc Schaberg
Executive Producer    Clint Kisker
Director of Photography    James Michael Muro
Production Designer    Missy Stewart
Costume Designer    Melissa Bruning
Editor    Mark Warner
Unit Production Manager    Jay Sedrish
First Assistant Director    Julian Wall
Assistant Director    William Purple
Second Unit Director    Raymond Prado
Second Unit Director    David Leitch
Stunt Coordinator    Mike Massa
New Orleans and Ohio Casting    Meagan Lewis
New Orleans and Ohio Extra Casting    Savanna Strachan
Art Director    Mara Lepere-Schloop
Set Decorator    Maria Nay
Production Supervisor    Rankin Hickman
Associate Producer    Brian Netto
Supervising Sound Editor    Gregg Baxter
Supervising Sound Editor    Myron Nettinga
Re-recording Mixer    Steve Pederson
Re-recording Mixer    Brad Sherman
Re-recording Mixer    Myron Nettinga

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2013/01/25 5 $2,148,238   2,224 $966   $2,148,238 1
2013/01/26 5 $3,016,998 +40% 2,224 $1,357   $5,165,236 2
2013/01/27 5 $1,842,986 -39% 2,224 $829   $7,008,222 3
2013/01/28 5 $542,401 -71% 2,224 $244   $7,550,623 4
2013/01/29 5 $704,883 +30% 2,224 $317   $8,255,506 5
2013/01/30 5 $490,588 -30% 2,224 $221   $8,746,094 6
2013/01/31 5 $478,788 -2% 2,224 $215   $9,224,882 7
2013/02/01 7 $1,080,512 +126% 2,238 $483   $10,305,394 8
2013/02/02 7 $1,633,954 +51% 2,238 $730   $11,939,348 9
2013/02/03 7 $587,949 -64% 2,238 $263   $12,527,297 10
2013/02/04 7 $342,717 -42% 2,238 $153   $12,870,014 11
2013/02/05 6 $468,640 +37% 2,238 $209   $13,338,654 12
2013/02/06 7 $336,557 -28% 2,238 $150   $13,675,211 13
2013/02/07 7 $305,442 -9% 2,238 $136   $13,980,653 14
2013/02/08 12 $471,044 +54% 2,004 $235   $14,451,697 15
2013/02/09 12 $834,392 +77% 2,004 $416   $15,286,089 16
2013/02/10 12 $561,975 -33% 2,004 $280   $15,848,064 17
2013/02/11 14 $186,543 -67% 2,004 $93   $16,034,607 18
2013/02/12 12 $237,970 +28% 2,004 $119   $16,272,577 19
2013/02/13 13 $161,677 -32% 2,004 $81   $16,434,254 20
2013/02/14 - $121,770 -25% 811 $150   $16,556,024 21
2013/02/15 - $115,570 -5% 705 $164   $16,671,594 22
2013/02/16 - $176,293 +53% 705 $250   $16,847,887 23
2013/02/17 - $151,782 -14% 705 $215   $16,999,669 24
2013/02/18 - $85,287 -44% 705 $121   $17,084,956 25
2013/02/19 - $63,649 -25% 705 $90   $17,148,605 26
2013/02/20 - $48,728 -23% 705 $69   $17,197,333 27
2013/02/21 - $45,437 -7% 705 $64   $17,242,770 28
2013/02/22 - $34,647 -24% 212 $163   $17,277,417 29
2013/02/23 - $53,502 +54% 212 $252   $17,330,919 30
2013/02/24 - $34,729 -35% 212 $164   $17,365,648 31
2013/02/25 - $12,403 -64% 212 $59   $17,378,051 32
2013/02/26 - $15,602 +26% 212 $74   $17,393,653 33
2013/02/27 - $11,917 -24% 212 $56   $17,405,570 34
2013/02/28 - $12,317 +3% 212 $58   $17,417,887 35
2013/03/01 - $7,070 -43% 51 $139   $17,424,957 36
2013/03/02 - $10,861 +54% 51 $213   $17,435,818 37
2013/03/03 - $6,140 -43% 51 $120   $17,441,958 38
2013/03/04 - $2,482 -60% 51 $49   $17,444,440 39
2013/03/05 - $3,890 +57% 51 $76   $17,448,330 40
2013/03/06 - $2,510 -35% 51 $49   $17,450,840 41
2013/03/07 - $3,113 +24% 51 $61   $17,453,953 42
2013/03/08 - $4,995 +60% 34 $147   $17,458,948 43
2013/03/09 - $6,542 +31% 34 $192   $17,465,490 44
2013/03/10 - $4,805 -27% 34 $141   $17,470,295 45
2013/03/11 - $1,592 -67% 34 $47   $17,471,887 46
2013/03/12 - $2,478 +56% 34 $73   $17,474,365 47
2013/03/13 - $1,975 -20% 34 $58   $17,476,340 48
2013/03/14 - $1,516 -23% 34 $45   $17,477,856 49
2013/03/15 - $16,717 +1,003% 92 $182   $17,494,573 50
2013/03/16 - $24,123 +44% 92 $262   $17,518,696 51
2013/03/17 - $17,648 -27% 92 $192   $17,536,344 52
2013/03/18 - $6,956 -61% 92 $76   $17,543,300 53
2013/03/19 - $7,401 +6% 92 $80   $17,550,701 54
2013/03/20 - $6,158 -17% 92 $67   $17,556,859 55
2013/03/21 - $6,633 +8% 92 $72   $17,563,492 56
2013/03/22 - $6,173 -7% 55 $112   $17,569,665 57
2013/03/23 - $9,887 +60% 55 $180   $17,579,552 58
2013/03/24 - $7,374 -25% 55 $134   $17,586,926 59
2013/03/25 - $2,447 -67% 55 $44   $17,589,373 60
2013/03/26 - $2,665 +9% 55 $48   $17,592,038 61
2013/03/27 - $2,024 -24% 55 $37   $17,594,062 62
2013/03/28 - $2,682 +33% 55 $49   $17,596,744 63
2013/03/29 - $3,975 +48% 36 $110   $17,600,719 64
2013/03/30 - $5,972 +50% 36 $166   $17,606,691 65
2013/03/31 - $3,291 -45% 36 $91   $17,609,982 66
2013/04/01 - $1,453 -56% 36 $40   $17,611,435 67
2013/04/02 - $1,657 +14% 36 $46   $17,613,092 68
2013/04/03 - $1,732 +5% 36 $48   $17,614,824 69
2013/04/04 - $1,817 +5% 36 $50   $17,616,641 70

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2013/01/25 5 $7,008,222   2,224 $3,151   $7,008,222 3
2013/02/01 7 $3,302,415 -53% 2,238 $1,476   $12,527,297 10
2013/02/08 13 $1,867,411 -43% 2,004 $932   $15,848,064 17
2013/02/15 23 $443,645 -76% 705 $629   $16,999,669 24
2013/02/22 36 $122,878 -72% 212 $580   $17,365,648 31
2013/03/01 60 $24,071 -80% 51 $472   $17,441,958 38
2013/03/08 64 $16,342 -32% 34 $481   $17,470,295 45
2013/03/15 42 $58,488 +258% 92 $636   $17,536,344 52
2013/03/22 55 $23,434 -60% 55 $426   $17,586,926 59
2013/03/29 70 $13,238 -44% 36 $368   $17,609,982 66

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
5/26/20131170,438 170,438$2,624,745$2,624,7451
6/2/20133143,394-16% 313,832$2,862,144$5,486,8892
6/9/20132116,489-89% 330,321$265,473$5,752,3623
6/16/20132617,065+3% 347,386$257,852$6,010,2144
6/30/20132421,708 384,357$346,243$6,600,5126

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
5/26/2013273,095 73,095$1,533,534$1,533,5341
6/2/2013339,261-46% 112,356$979,961$2,513,4952
6/9/2013199,274-76% 121,630$162,756$2,676,2513

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