Rachel Getting Married

Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $12,796,861Details
International Box Office $530,003
Worldwide Box Office $13,326,864
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $6,945,440 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $6,945,440
Further financial details...

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  3. Box Office
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Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics Certified FreshAudience Upright
Critics
85% - Certified Fresh
Audience
62% - Upright

Movie Details

Production Budget:$12,000,000
Theatrical Release: October 3rd, 2008 (Exclusive) by Sony Pictures Classics
Video Release: March 10th, 2009 by Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: R for language and brief sexuality.
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Drama
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: Clinica Estetico

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Cast

Anne Hathaway    Kym
Rosemarie DeWitt    Rachel
Bill Irwin    Paul
Tunde Adebimpe    Sidney
Mather Zickel    Kiernan
Anisa George    Emma
Debra Winger    Abby
Anna Deavere Smith    Carol
Robyn Hitchcock    Musician/Guest
Carol East    Guest
Beau Sia    Guest
Carol Jean Lewis    Sidney's Mom
Fab-Five Freddy    Guest
Andre Blake    Guest
Roger Corman    Guest
Tamyra Gray    Guest
Victoria Haynes    Bridesmaid
Kyrah Julian    Sidney's Sister
Roslyn Ruff    Rosa
Sebastian Stan    Walter
Annaleigh Ashford    Quick Stop Cashier
Zafer Tawil    Violin Friend
Eliza Simpson    Wedding P.A.
Quincy Tyler Bernstine    12-Step Receptionist
Melvin Jones    12-Step Speaker
Darrell Larson    12-Step Group Leader
Michele Federer    12-Step Reader
Matthew Stadelmann    12-Step First Timer
Molly Hickock    12-Step Veteran
Big Jim Wheeler    Step Meeting
Josh Broder    Step Meeting
Stephen Richardson    Step Meeting
Bruce Bennetts    Step Meeting
Paul Sparks    Step Meeting
Caroline Goodman-Thomases    Step Meeting
Daniel Wolff    Step Meeting
Jill Dalton    Step Meeting
Joe Alessi    Step Meeting
Jordan Cael    Step Meeting
Tiffany Little Canfield    Step Meeting
Barry Eastmond    Wedding Drummer
Brooklyn Demme    Wedding Guitarist
John Anthony    Sidney's Dad
Herreast Harrison    Sidney's Grandmother
Gonzales Joseph    Cousin Joe
Jerome LePage    Andrew
Moore DeQuina    Rachel's Stylist
Joe Toutebon    Police Officer
Edie Hofstatter    Paramedic
Jaime Garcia    Other Paramedic
Julio Pagan    Tow-Truck Operator
Van Hughes    Wedding Valet
Joyce George    Wedding Photographer
Stephany Boa    Guest Electric Guitarist
Derrick Williams    Dancemaster
Elizabeth Hayes    Susanna Galeano
Marin Ireland    Angela Paylin
Cyro Baptista    Beat the Donkey
Ze Mauricio    Beat the Donkey
Lisette Santiago    Beat the Donkey
Marcus Santos    Beat the Donkey
Eldio Rolim    Beat the Donkey
Michelle Clay    Beat the Donkey
Silvana Marquina    Beat the Donkey
Atlanta Foresyth    Beat the Donkey
Tonia-Cara Forsters    Lady in Red
Kate Rossi    Lady in Red
Susan Helen Van der Griend    Lady in Red
Juliet Teakle    Lady in Red

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Jonathan Demme
Screenwriter    Jonathan Demme
Producer    Jonathan Demme
Producer    Neda Armian
Producer    Marc Platt
Executive Producer    Ilona Herzberg
Executive Producer    Carol Cuddy
Production Designer    Ford Wheeler
Editor    Tim Squyres
Costume Designer    Susan Lyall
Composer    Zafer Tawil
Composer    Donald Harrison, Jr.
Co-Producer    H.H. Cooper
Casting Director    Bernard Telsey
Associate Producer    Elizabeth Hayes
Associate Producer    Innbo Shim
Associate Producer    Emily Woodburne
Production Supervisor    Mark Kamine
Art Director    Kim Jennings
Set Decorator    Chryss Hionis
Director of Photography    Declan Quinn
Additional Photography    Gerard Sava
Additional Photography    Charles Libin
Costume Supervisor    Barbara J. Hause
Sound Mixer    Jeff Pullman
Re-recording Mixer    Paul Urmson
Supervising Sound Editor    Paul Urmson
Sound Designer    Blake Leyh
Dialogue Editor    Nicholas Renbeck
Dialogue Editor    Igor Nikolic
Music Editor    Suzana Peric
Make up    Evelyne Noraz
Make up    Louise McCarthy
Hairstylist    Alan D'Angerio
Special Make-up Effects    Sunday Englis
Additional Music    Brooklyn Demme
Music Supervisor    Innbo Shim
Song Writer    Robyn Hitchcock
Screenwriter    Jenny Lumet
Stunt Coordinator    Jeff Gibson

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2009/01/19 35 $23,718   62 $383   $10,758,023 109
2009/02/16 40 $26,856   87 $309   $12,104,548 137

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2008/10/03 27 $293,369   9 $32,597   $293,369 3
2008/10/10 25 $445,628 +52% 27 $16,505   $863,746 10
2008/10/17 19 $657,646 +48% 69 $9,531   $1,693,047 17
2008/10/24 18 $821,863 +25% 112 $7,338   $2,731,710 24
2008/10/31 17 $711,380 -13% 133 $5,349   $3,691,540 31
2008/11/07 15 $1,505,507 +112% 391 $3,850   $5,415,820 38
2008/11/14 14 $1,051,365 -30% 391 $2,689   $6,945,965 45
2008/11/21 14 $751,611 -29% 300 $2,505   $8,003,380 52
2008/11/28 15 $530,210 -29% 216 $2,455   $8,802,274 59
2008/12/05 17 $285,331 -46% 170 $1,678   $9,226,246 66
2008/12/12 22 $221,323 -22% 151 $1,466   $9,560,874 73
2008/12/19 26 $130,230 -41% 115 $1,132   $9,785,033 80
2008/12/26 33 $131,440 +1% 65 $2,022   $10,017,383 87
2009/01/02 29 $166,733 +27% 67 $2,489   $10,307,424 94
2009/01/09 28 $179,805 +8% 96 $1,873   $10,558,970 101
2009/01/16 36 $102,683 -43% 62 $1,656   $10,734,305 108
2009/01/23 28 $459,641 +348% 370 $1,242   $11,252,249 115
2009/01/30 31 $223,075 -51% 220 $1,014   $11,659,863 122
2009/02/06 41 $133,042 -40% 95 $1,400   $11,892,890 129
2009/02/13 43 $124,494 -6% 87 $1,431   $12,077,692 136
2009/02/20 33 $204,246 +64% 264 $774   $12,354,351 143
2009/02/27 44 $111,893 -45% 115 $973   $12,566,167 150
2009/03/06 44 $64,263 -43% 76 $846   $12,685,530 157
2009/03/13 49 $36,329 -43% 55 $661   $12,748,504 164
2009/03/20 66 $13,154 -64% 24 $548   $12,779,409 171
2009/03/27 92 $2,649 -80% 5 $530   $12,788,219 178
2009/04/03 101 $2,155 -19% 4 $539   $12,792,587 185
2009/04/10 104 $1,169 -46% 2 $585   $12,794,218 192
2009/04/17 108 $999 -15% 2 $500   $12,796,277 199

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
3/15/200911126,302 126,302$2,524,777$2,524,7771
3/22/20091641,191-67% 167,493$823,408$3,348,1852
3/29/20092730,421-26% 197,914$608,116$3,956,3013

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