The Proposal

The Proposal poster
Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $163,958,031Details
International Box Office $150,751,686
Worldwide Box Office $314,709,717
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $104,652,656 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $6,651,880 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $111,304,536
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 RottenAudience Upright
Critics
44% - Rotten
Audience
68% - Upright

Movie Details

Production Budget:$40,000,000
Domestic Releases: June 19th, 2009 (Wide) by Walt Disney
Video Release: October 13th, 2009 by Walt Disney Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: PG-13 For sexual content, nudity and language
Running Time: 107 minutes
Keywords: Romance, Directing Yourself
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Romantic Comedy
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: Touchstone Pictures, Mandeville Films

Cast

   Margaret Tate
   Andrew Paxton
Mary Steenburgen    Grace Paxton
Craig T. Nelson    Joe Paxton
Betty White    Grandma Annie
Denis O'Hare    Mr. Gilbertson
Malin Ackerman    Gertrude
Oscar Nuņez    Ramone
Aasif Mandvi    Bob Spaulding
Michael Nouri    Chairman Bergen
Michael Mosley    Chuck
Dale Place    Jim McKittrick
Alicia Hunt    Coffee Barista
Alexis R. Garcia    Immigration Clerk
Kortney Adams    Colden Books Receptionist
Chris Whitney    Medivac Pilot
Jerrell Lee Wesley    Jordan
Gregg Edelman    Lead Counsel Malloy
Phyllis Kay    Mrs. McKittrick
Kate Lacey    Party Guest
Gene Fleming    Store Owner
Mary Linda Rapelye    Secretary
Anne Fletcher    Jill
B Johnson    Guy in Office

Production and Technical Credits

Director   
Producer    David Hoberman
Producer    Todd Lieberman
Screenwriter    Peter Chiarelli
Executive Producer    Alex Kurtzman
Executive Producer    Roberto Orci
Executive Producer    Mary McLaglen
Executive Producer    Sandra Bullock
Editor    Priscilla Nedd Friendly
Cinematographer    Oliver Stapleton
Composer    Aaron Zigman
Music Supervisor    Buck Damon
Production Designer    Nelson Coates
Art Director    Scott Meehan
Set Decorator    Denise Pizzini
Costume Designer    Catherine Marie Thomas
Sound Mixer    David MacMillan
Supervising Sound Editor    Karen Baker Landers
Assistant Director    Rich T. Sickler
Second Unit Director    Raymond Prado
Casting Director    Amanda Mackey
Casting Director    Cathy Sandrich
Sound Effects Editor    Dan Hegeman

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DVD Sales - Getting Hitched to Proposal

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International Details - Number Six for District Nine, Redux

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International Details - Post Summer Hangover

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Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2009/06/19 1 $12,727,079   3,056 $4,165   $12,727,079 1
2009/06/20 1 $12,622,125 -1% 3,056 $4,130   $25,349,204 2
2009/06/21 2 $8,278,394 -34% 3,056 $2,709   $33,627,598 3
2009/06/22 1 $4,651,404 -44% 3,056 $1,522   $38,279,002 4
2009/06/23 1 $4,663,186 n/c 3,056 $1,526   $42,942,188 5
2009/06/24 2 $4,001,451 -14% 3,056 $1,309   $46,943,639 6
2009/06/25 2 $3,640,291 -9% 3,056 $1,191   $50,583,930 7
2009/06/26 2 $6,108,501 +68% 3,058 $1,998   $56,692,431 8
2009/06/27 2 $7,160,518 +17% 3,058 $2,342   $63,852,949 9
2009/06/28 2 $5,309,522 -26% 3,058 $1,736   $69,162,471 10
2009/06/29 2 $2,755,641 -48% 3,058 $901   $71,918,112 11
2009/06/30 2 $3,287,320 +19% 3,058 $1,075   $75,205,432 12
2009/07/01 4 $2,823,136 -14% 3,058 $923   $78,028,568 13
2009/07/02 4 $3,449,061 +22% 3,058 $1,128   $81,477,629 14
2009/07/03 4 $5,194,965 +51% 3,099 $1,676   $86,672,594 15
2009/07/04 4 $3,580,091 -31% 3,099 $1,155   $90,252,685 16
2009/07/05 4 $4,082,426 +14% 3,099 $1,317   $94,335,111 17
2009/07/06 4 $2,170,073 -47% 3,099 $700   $96,505,184 18
2009/07/07 4 $2,424,102 +12% 3,099 $782   $98,929,286 19
2009/07/08 4 $2,204,509 -9% 3,099 $711   $101,133,795 20
2009/07/09 4 $2,123,397 -4% 3,099 $685   $103,257,192 21
2009/07/10 5 $3,514,468 +66% 3,158 $1,113   $106,771,660 22
2009/07/11 5 $4,243,337 +21% 3,158 $1,344   $111,014,997 23
2009/07/12 6 $2,846,079 -33% 3,158 $901   $113,861,076 24
2009/07/13 5 $1,451,563 -49% 3,158 $460   $115,312,639 25
2009/07/14 4 $1,626,629 +12% 3,158 $515   $116,939,268 26
2009/07/15 5 $1,402,351 -14% 3,158 $444   $118,341,619 27
2009/07/16 5 $1,451,947 +4% 3,158 $460   $119,793,566 28
2009/07/17 5 $2,712,569 +87% 3,043 $891   $122,506,135 29
2009/07/18 4 $3,374,526 +24% 3,043 $1,109   $125,880,661 30
2009/07/19 7 $2,202,612 -35% 3,043 $724   $128,083,273 31
2009/07/20 4 $1,201,054 -45% 3,043 $395   $129,284,327 32
2009/07/21 4 $1,567,449 +31% 3,043 $515   $130,851,776 33
2009/07/22 4 $1,371,084 -13% 3,043 $451   $132,222,860 34
2009/07/23 4 $1,440,203 +5% 3,043 $473   $133,663,063 35
2009/07/24 7 $2,149,638 +49% 2,779 $774   $135,812,701 36
2009/07/25 8 $2,544,317 +18% 2,779 $916   $138,357,018 37
2009/07/26 8 $1,685,971 -34% 2,779 $607   $140,042,989 38
2009/07/27 7 $876,430 -48% 2,779 $315   $140,919,419 39
2009/07/28 7 $1,040,554 +19% 2,779 $374   $141,959,973 40
2009/07/29 6 $1,061,647 +2% 2,779 $382   $143,021,620 41
2009/07/30 6 $1,012,057 -5% 2,779 $364   $144,033,677 42
2009/07/31 8 $1,620,557 +60% 2,435 $666   $145,654,234 43
2009/08/01 9 $1,938,540 +20% 2,435 $796   $147,592,774 44
2009/08/02 10 $1,371,967 -29% 2,435 $563   $148,964,741 45
2009/08/03 8 $720,163 -48% 2,435 $296   $149,684,904 46
2009/08/04 8 $781,097 +8% 2,435 $321   $150,466,001 47
2009/08/05 8 $725,937 -7% 2,435 $298   $151,191,938 48
2009/08/06 8 $733,865 +1% 2,435 $301   $151,925,803 49
2009/08/07 13 $948,089 +29% 1,870 $507   $152,873,892 50
2009/08/08 13 $1,158,898 +22% 1,870 $620   $154,032,790 51
2009/08/09 14 $718,496 -38% 1,870 $384   $154,751,286 52
2009/08/10 13 $396,335 -45% 1,870 $212   $155,147,621 53
2009/08/11 13 $429,729 +8% 1,870 $230   $155,577,350 54
2009/08/12 12 $406,748 -5% 1,870 $218   $155,984,098 55
2009/08/13 13 $407,406 n/c 1,870 $218   $156,391,504 56
2009/09/07 22 $159,176   441 $361   $161,137,964 81

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2009/06/19 1 $33,627,598   3,056 $11,004   $33,627,598 3
2009/06/26 2 $18,578,541 -45% 3,058 $6,075   $69,162,471 10
2009/07/03 4 $12,857,482 -31% 3,099 $4,149   $94,335,111 17
2009/07/10 5 $10,603,884 -18% 3,158 $3,358   $113,861,076 24
2009/07/17 5 $8,289,707 -22% 3,043 $2,724   $128,083,273 31
2009/07/24 8 $6,379,926 -23% 2,779 $2,296   $140,042,989 38
2009/07/31 9 $4,931,064 -23% 2,435 $2,025   $148,964,741 45
2009/08/07 13 $2,825,483 -43% 1,870 $1,511   $154,751,286 52
2009/08/14 18 $1,301,551 -54% 1,084 $1,201   $157,693,055 59
2009/08/21 21 $791,387 -39% 642 $1,233   $159,166,329 66
2009/08/28 18 $664,375 -16% 520 $1,278   $160,154,402 73
2009/09/04 22 $597,740 -10% 441 $1,355   $160,978,788 80
2009/09/11 23 $377,867 -37% 392 $964   $161,641,834 87
2009/09/18 20 $480,548 +27% 468 $1,027   $162,250,180 94
2009/09/25 23 $402,718 -16% 401 $1,004   $162,848,225 101
2009/10/02 30 $286,664 -29% 316 $907   $163,278,809 108
2009/10/09 33 $210,405 -27% 260 $809   $163,595,468 115
2009/10/16 40 $119,772 -43% 173 $692   $163,802,563 122
2009/10/23 47 $60,647 -49% 102 $595   $163,900,057 129
2009/10/30 57 $26,918 -56% 58 $464   $163,947,053 136

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
10/18/200912,392,322 2,392,322$38,921,165$38,921,1651
10/25/20092623,744-74% 3,016,066$10,668,455$49,589,6202
11/1/20094302,874-51% 3,318,940$5,226,091$54,815,7113
11/8/20097284,937-6% 3,603,877$4,918,013$59,733,7244
11/15/20098158,395-44% 3,762,272$2,733,898$62,467,6215
11/22/200911122,547-23% 3,884,819$1,999,832$64,467,4546
11/29/200930172,059+40% 4,056,878$2,013,090$66,480,5447
12/6/200911156,940-9% 4,213,818$2,381,533$68,862,0778
12/13/200922148,025-6% 4,361,843$2,250,542$71,112,6199
12/20/200913187,823+27% 4,549,666$3,475,834$74,588,45310
12/27/200918177,400-6% 4,727,066$3,091,621$77,680,07411
1/10/20102451,801 4,800,871$994,828$79,113,70313
5/9/20102126,844 4,991,001$460,976$82,409,77930
1/30/20111274,385 5,212,513$722,323$85,725,36068
2/20/201113167,162 5,391,220$1,646,195$87,492,76471
3/6/20111556,755 5,454,466$694,738$88,276,28173

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
10/18/20092100,989 100,989$2,624,703$2,624,7031
10/25/2009327,617-73% 128,606$717,765$3,342,4682
11/1/2009817,353-37% 145,958$399,282$3,741,7503
11/8/20091814,303-18% 160,261$300,220$4,041,9704
11/15/2009209,704-32% 169,965$203,678$4,245,6485
11/22/20091510,442+8% 180,407$219,172$4,464,8206
12/13/20091914,029 211,345$347,920$5,364,9869
12/20/20091913,163-6% 224,508$250,889$5,615,87510

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