Prometheus

Prometheus poster
Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $126,477,084Details
International Box Office $272,528,622
Worldwide Box Office $399,005,706
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $17,677,749 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $24,724,016 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $42,401,765
Further financial details...

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Synopsis

Ridley Scott, director of Alien and Blade Runner, returns to the genre he helped define. With Prometheus, he creates a groundbreaking mythology, in which a team of explorers discover a clue to the origins of mankind on Earth, leading them on a thrilling journey to the darkest corners of the universe. There, they must fight a terrifying battle to save the future of the human race.

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics Certified FreshAudience Upright
Critics
73% - Certified Fresh
Audience
69% - Upright

Movie Details

Production Budget:$125,000,000
Theatrical Release: June 8th, 2012 (IMAX) by 20th Century Fox
June 8th, 2012 (Wide) by 20th Century Fox
Video Release: October 9th, 2012 by Fox Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: R for sci-fi violence including some intense images, and brief language.
(Rating bulletin 2222, 5/9/2012)
Franchise: Alien
Keywords: Surprise Twist, Delayed Sequel, Prequel, Alien Invasion, Corporate Malfeasance, Robot, 3-D, IMAX: DMR, Faked Death, Intertitle, Prologue
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Adventure
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Science Fiction
Production Companies: 20th Century Fox, Dune Entertainment, Brandywine, Scott Free

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Cast

Noomi Rapace    Elizabeth Shaw
Michael Fassbender    David
Guy Pearce    Peter Weyland
Idris Elba    Janek
Logan Marshall-Green    Charlie Holloway
Charlize Theron    Meredith Vickers
Sean Harris    Fifield
Rafe Spall    Millburn
Emun Elliott    Chance
Benedict Wong    Ravel
Kate Dickie    Ford
Branwell Donaghey    Mercenary 1
Vladimir Furdik    Mercenary 2
CC Smiff    Mercenary 3
Shane Steyn    Mercenary 4
Ian Whyte    Last Engineer
John Lebar    Ghost Engineer
Daniel James    Sacrifice Engineer
Patrick Wilson    Shaw's father
Lucy Hutchinson    Young Shaw
Dr Anil Biltoo    Linguist teacher
Louisa Staples    Greeting message violinist
James Embree    mechanic 1
Florian Robin    mechanic 2
Matthew Burgess    mechanic 3
Eugene O Hare    mechanic 4
Giannina Facio    Shaw's mother
Richard Thomson    Archaeological assistant
Jenny Rainsford    Archaeological assistant
McGinley Philip    Archaeological assistant
Rhona Croker    Archaeological assistant

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Ridley Scott
Screenwriter    Jon Spaihts
Screenwriter    Damon Lindelof
Based on elements of the movie "Alien"    Dan O'Bannon
Based on elements of the movie "Alien"    Ronald Shusett
Special Effects (Original design elements)    H.R. Giger
Producer    Ridley Scott
Producer    David Giler
Producer    Walter Hill
Executive Producer    Michael Costigan
Executive Producer    Mark Huffam
Executive Producer    Michael Ellenberg
Executive Producer    Damon Lindelof
Co-Producer    Mary Richards
Cinematographer    Dariusz Wolski
Editor    Pietro Scalia
Composer    Marc Streitenfeld
Production Designer    Arthur Max
Supervising Art Director    John King
Art Director    Peter Dorme
Art Director    Anthony Caron-Delion
Art Director    Alex Cameron
Set Decorator    Sonja Klaus
Costume Designer    Janty Yates
Sound Mixer    Simon Hayes
Supervising Sound Editor    Mark P. Stoeckinger
Supervising Sound Editor    Victor Ray Ennis
Re-recording Mixer    Ron Bartlett
Re-recording Mixer    D.M. Hemphill
Visual Effects Supervisor    Richard Stammers
Special Make-up Effects    Neal Scanlan
Make-up and Prosthetic Effects Designer    Conor O'Sullivan
Special Effects Coordinator    Jalila Otky Rogan
Stunt Coordinator    Stuart Clark
Associate Producer    Teresa Kelly
Assistant Director    Max Keene
Casting Director    Avy Kaufman
Casting Director    Nina Gold

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2012/06/08 1 $21,466,267   3,396 $6,321   $21,466,267 1
2012/06/09 2 $16,020,580 -25% 3,396 $4,717   $37,486,847 2
2012/06/10 2 $13,563,254 -15% 3,396 $3,994   $51,050,101 3
2012/06/11 2 $5,204,896 -62% 3,396 $1,533   $56,254,997 4
2012/06/12 2 $5,002,455 -4% 3,396 $1,473   $61,257,452 5
2012/06/13 2 $4,075,776 -19% 3,396 $1,200   $65,333,228 6
2012/06/14 2 $3,324,899 -18% 3,396 $979   $68,658,127 7
2012/06/15 2 $5,761,060 +73% 3,442 $1,674   $74,419,187 8
2012/06/16 2 $7,787,726 +35% 3,442 $2,263   $82,206,913 9
2012/06/17 2 $7,163,388 -8% 3,442 $2,081   $89,370,301 10
2012/06/18 2 $2,547,819 -64% 3,442 $740   $91,918,120 11
2012/06/19 2 $2,512,120 -1% 3,442 $730   $94,430,240 12
2012/06/20 2 $2,193,399 -13% 3,442 $637   $96,623,639 13
2012/06/21 2 $1,923,041 -12% 3,442 $559   $98,546,680 14
2012/06/22 4 $2,900,307 +51% 2,862 $1,013   $101,446,987 15
2012/06/23 4 $3,961,411 +37% 2,862 $1,384   $105,408,398 16
2012/06/24 4 $3,043,952 -23% 2,862 $1,064   $108,452,350 17
2012/06/25 4 $1,340,969 -56% 2,862 $469   $109,793,319 18
2012/06/26 4 $1,390,722 +4% 2,862 $486   $111,184,041 19
2012/06/27 4 $1,112,457 -20% 2,862 $389   $112,296,498 20
2012/06/28 4 $1,040,350 -6% 2,862 $364   $113,336,848 21
2012/06/29 9 $1,350,803 +30% 1,951 $692   $114,687,651 22
2012/06/30 7 $2,016,148 +49% 1,951 $1,033   $116,703,799 23
2012/07/01 7 $1,554,303 -23% 1,951 $797   $118,258,102 24
2012/07/02 10 $703,412 -55% 1,951 $361   $118,961,514 25
2012/07/03 12 $543,754 -23% 1,384 $393   $119,505,268 26
2012/07/04 12 $640,712 +18% 1,384 $463   $120,145,980 27
2012/07/05 13 $428,794 -33% 1,252 $342   $120,574,774 28
2012/07/06 - $549,290 +28% 1,105 $497   $121,124,064 29
2012/07/07 - $738,647 +34% 1,105 $668   $121,862,711 30
2012/07/08 - $527,563 -29% 1,105 $477   $122,390,274 31
2012/07/09 14 $223,956 -58% 1,105 $203   $122,614,230 32
2012/07/10 14 $256,539 +15% 1,105 $232   $122,870,769 33
2012/07/11 14 $224,014 -13% 1,105 $203   $123,094,783 34
2012/07/12 14 $233,978 +4% 1,105 $212   $123,328,761 35
2012/07/13 - $278,619 +19% 559 $498   $123,607,380 36
2012/07/14 - $402,907 +45% 559 $721   $124,010,287 37
2012/07/15 - $297,129 -26% 559 $532   $124,307,416 38
2012/07/16 14 $126,730 -57% 559 $227   $124,434,146 39
2012/07/17 14 $149,381 +18% 559 $267   $124,583,527 40
2012/07/18 15 $124,533 -17% 559 $223   $124,708,060 41
2012/07/19 - $95,034 -24% 559 $170   $124,803,094 42
2012/07/20 - $90,864 -4% 312 $291   $124,893,958 43
2012/07/21 - $124,741 +37% 312 $400   $125,018,699 44
2012/07/22 - $94,790 -24% 312 $304   $125,113,489 45
2012/07/23 - $48,374 -49% 312 $155   $125,161,863 46
2012/07/24 - $56,692 +17% 312 $182   $125,218,555 47
2012/07/25 - $46,925 -17% 312 $150   $125,265,480 48
2012/07/26 - $52,439 +12% 312 $168   $125,317,919 49
2012/07/27 - $56,942 +9% 229 $249   $125,374,861 50
2012/07/28 - $84,717 +49% 229 $370   $125,459,578 51
2012/07/29 - $62,278 -26% 229 $272   $125,521,856 52
2012/07/30 - $31,352 -50% 229 $137   $125,553,208 53
2012/07/31 - $37,192 +19% 229 $162   $125,590,400 54
2012/08/01 - $32,830 -12% 229 $143   $125,623,230 55
2012/08/02 - $35,888 +9% 229 $157   $125,659,118 56
2012/08/03 - $45,988 +28% 198 $232   $125,705,106 57
2012/08/04 - $65,635 +43% 198 $331   $125,770,741 58
2012/08/05 - $56,201 -14% 198 $284   $125,826,942 59
2012/08/06 - $26,779 -52% 198 $135   $125,853,721 60
2012/08/07 - $31,366 +17% 198 $158   $125,885,087 61
2012/08/08 - $25,980 -17% 198 $131   $125,911,067 62
2012/08/09 - $26,194 +1% 198 $132   $125,937,261 63
2012/08/10 - $30,858 +18% 141 $219   $125,968,119 64
2012/08/11 - $46,900 +52% 141 $333   $126,015,019 65
2012/08/12 - $33,250 -29% 141 $236   $126,048,269 66
2012/08/13 - $17,322 -48% 141 $123   $126,065,591 67
2012/08/14 - $19,715 +14% 141 $140   $126,085,306 68
2012/08/15 - $16,688 -15% 141 $118   $126,101,994 69
2012/08/16 - $17,335 +4% 141 $123   $126,119,329 70
2012/08/17 - $22,912 +32% 101 $227   $126,142,241 71
2012/08/18 - $30,907 +35% 101 $306   $126,173,148 72
2012/08/19 - $22,191 -28% 101 $220   $126,195,339 73
2012/08/20 - $10,041 -55% 101 $99   $126,205,380 74
2012/08/21 - $12,036 +20% 101 $119   $126,217,416 75
2012/08/22 - $11,023 -8% 101 $109   $126,228,439 76
2012/08/23 - $11,356 +3% 101 $112   $126,239,795 77
2012/08/24 - $16,687 +47% 91 $183   $126,256,482 78
2012/08/25 - $25,339 +52% 91 $278   $126,281,821 79
2012/08/26 - $16,015 -37% 91 $176   $126,297,836 80
2012/08/27 - $7,751 -52% 91 $85   $126,305,587 81
2012/08/28 - $7,807 +1% 91 $86   $126,313,394 82
2012/08/29 - $8,574 +10% 91 $94   $126,321,968 83
2012/08/30 - $8,545 n/c 91 $94   $126,330,513 84
2012/08/31 - $12,026 +41% 55 $219   $126,342,539 85
2012/09/01 - $17,752 +48% 55 $323   $126,360,291 86
2012/09/02 - $16,069 -9% 55 $292   $126,376,360 87
2012/09/03 - $10,397 -35% 55 $189   $126,386,757 88
2012/09/04 - $5,127 -51% 55 $93   $126,391,884 89
2012/09/05 - $4,397 -14% 55 $80   $126,396,281 90
2012/09/06 - $4,402 n/c 55 $80   $126,400,683 91
2012/09/07 - $7,876 +79% 48 $164   $126,408,559 92
2012/09/08 - $13,137 +67% 48 $274   $126,421,696 93
2012/09/09 - $7,421 -44% 48 $155   $126,429,117 94
2012/09/10 - $3,563 -52% 48 $74   $126,432,680 95
2012/09/11 - $4,540 +27% 48 $95   $126,437,220 96
2012/09/12 - $3,083 -32% 48 $64   $126,440,303 97
2012/09/13 - $3,413 +11% 48 $71   $126,443,716 98
2012/09/14 - $6,506 +91% 34 $191   $126,450,222 99
2012/09/15 - $8,922 +37% 34 $262   $126,459,144 100
2012/09/16 - $5,760 -35% 34 $169   $126,464,904 101
2012/09/17 - $2,475 -57% 34 $73   $126,467,379 102
2012/09/18 - $3,603 +46% 34 $106   $126,470,982 103
2012/09/19 - $3,187 -12% 34 $94   $126,474,169 104
2012/09/20 - $2,915 -9% 34 $86   $126,477,084 105

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2012/06/08 2 $51,050,101   3,396 $15,032   $51,050,101 3
2012/06/15 2 $20,712,174 -59% 3,442 $6,017   $89,370,301 10
2012/06/22 4 $9,905,670 -52% 2,862 $3,461   $108,452,350 17
2012/06/29 8 $4,921,254 -50% 1,951 $2,522   $118,258,102 24
2012/07/06 14 $1,815,500 -63% 1,105 $1,643   $122,390,274 31
2012/07/13 14 $978,655 -46% 559 $1,751   $124,307,416 38
2012/07/20 19 $310,395 -68% 312 $995   $125,113,489 45
2012/07/27 22 $203,937 -34% 229 $891   $125,521,856 52
2012/08/03 28 $167,824 -18% 198 $848   $125,826,942 59
2012/08/10 35 $111,008 -34% 141 $787   $126,048,269 66
2012/08/17 43 $76,010 -32% 101 $753   $126,195,339 73
2012/08/24 50 $58,041 -24% 91 $638   $126,297,836 80
2012/08/31 56 $45,847 -21% 55 $834   $126,376,360 87
2012/09/07 56 $28,434 -38% 48 $592   $126,429,117 94
2012/09/14 61 $21,188 -25% 34 $623   $126,464,904 101

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
10/14/20121348,288 348,288$5,917,413$5,917,4131
10/21/20124169,857-51% 518,145$3,055,727$8,973,1412
10/28/2012972,965-57% 591,110$1,455,652$10,428,7923
11/4/2012985,690+17% 676,800$1,345,333$11,774,1254
11/11/20121752,779-38% 729,579$1,040,802$12,814,9275
11/18/20122026,977-49% 756,556$515,261$13,330,1886
11/25/201228102,404+280% 858,960$1,432,632$14,762,8207
12/2/20122839,496-61% 898,456$416,288$15,179,1088
12/9/20122830,611-22% 929,067$458,859$15,637,9679

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
10/14/20121587,887 587,887$11,751,861$11,751,8611
10/21/20122158,811-73% 746,698$3,287,396$15,039,2572
10/28/2012566,851-58% 813,549$1,648,539$16,687,7963
11/4/2012551,846-22% 865,395$1,294,593$17,982,3894
11/11/2012821,545-58% 886,940$536,468$18,518,8575
11/18/20121411,315-47% 898,255$275,177$18,794,0346
11/25/20126152,170+1,245% 1,050,425$1,857,999$20,652,0337
12/2/2012878,247-49% 1,128,672$1,564,152$22,216,1858
12/9/20121836,417-53% 1,165,089$701,754$22,917,9399
1/26/20141512,085 1,296,483$134,505$24,380,31568
2/2/20141011,165-8% 1,307,648$131,855$24,512,17069
6/15/20142010,868 1,340,290$73,360$24,732,49888

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