Red

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Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $90,380,162Details
International Box Office $106,059,531
Worldwide Box Office $196,439,693
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $42,582,336 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $17,617,588 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $60,199,924
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  1. Summary
  2. News
  3. Box Office
  4. Video Sales
  5. Full Financials
  6. Cast & Crew
  7. Trailer

Synopsis

Frank, Joe, Marvin and Victoria used to be the CIA's top agents but the secrets they know just made them the Agency's top targets. Now framed for assassination, they must use all of their collective cunning, experience and teamwork to stay one step ahead of their deadly pursuers and stay alive. The team, along with civilian Sarah in-tow, embarks on an impossible cross-country mission to break into the top-secret CIA headquarters, where they will uncover one of the biggest conspiracies and cover-ups in government history.

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics Certified FreshAudience Upright
Critics
71% - Certified Fresh
Audience
72% - Upright

Movie Details

Production Budget:$60,000,000
Domestic Releases: October 15th, 2010 (Wide) by Summit Entertainment
Video Release: January 25th, 2011 by Summit Home Video
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for intense sequences of action violence and brief strong language.
(Rating bulletin 2131, 7/28/2010)
Franchise: RED
Keywords: Mental Illness, Conspiracy Theory, D.C. Comics, Hitmen, Secret Agent
Source:Based on Comic/Graphic Novel
Genre:Action
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: di Bonaventura Pictures

International Box Office: Blame it on Rio

Did summer start already? I ask because we have a summer-like result at the international box office this weekend. Rio crushed the competition with $54.94 million on 11,714 screens in 45 markets. Opening on more than 10,000 screens is usually a feat reserved for summer blockbusters. The film earned first place in nearly every market, although its individual results did vary considerably. For instance, it was stunning in Russia earning $9.28 million on 1,297 screens over the weekend for a total of $11.31 million. Perhaps more impressively, the film earned $8.77 million on 1,024 screens in Brazil. While Brazil is a very large country, it's still an emerging market and this is a great result there. The film was also strong in Mexico with $4.90 million on 1,521. On the other hand, it was more average in a number of other major markets. For instance, it earned $2.63 million on 724 screens in Germany, which is mediocre for a potential blockbuster. The same was true in the U.K. with $2.48 million on 522, in Australia with $2.42 million on 459, and in Spain with $2.21 million on 390. More...

DVD Sales: Color Pulling in the Green

Due to a mixture of weak holdovers and depth in the new releases, we had seven DVDs debut in the top 30 sales chart this week. This includes a new number one, For Colored Girls, which sold 517,000 units and generated $8.41 million in consumer spending at retail. More...

DVD Sales: Living it Up in Beverly Hills

Overall, new releases were rather weak, but we did see four films reach the top 30 on the sales chart this week, including a new number one. That film was Beverly Hill Chihuahua 2, which sold 712,000 units, generating $10.67 million in opening week revenue. Granted, this was half as many sales as the original, but that was a theatrical release and this was direct-to-DVD, so I think Disney has to be very happy with this release. In fact, they might be thinking franchise. More...

DVD Sales: Red and Secretariat in Two-Horse Race

Among the new releases to reach the top 30 on the sales chart this week, there were two that were in a relatively close race for first place. At least it was close compared to the third place film. Coming out on top was Red with 1.12 million units sold for $15.07 million in opening week consumer spending. More...

DVD and Blu-ray Releases for January 25th, 2011

It's bit of an oddball week on the home market. There are four first-run releases, if you include The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest. Granted, that film was a limited release, but it did earn more than $5 million, and it appears to be selling quite well, especially for a foreign language film. On the other hand, none seem like they will be particularly impressive in terms of sales. Of the four biggest releases, Red on Blu-ray is the best bet, but for Pick of the Week, I'm going with Broadcast News: Criterion Collection on Blu-ray. More...

Awards Season - King of the Globes, or at Least the Nominations

The Hollywood Foreign Press Association announced their nominations early this morning, and there are some interesting surprises included in the mix. Leading the way was The King's Speech, which has long been seen as one of the major players this Awards Season. Meanwhile, The Fighter and The Social Network were right behind with six each. There were many, many other films nomination, including more than a few shocks. ... Mostly in one category. More...

International Box Office: Another Record Falls to Potter

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part I broke records on the international chart opening with a mind-blowing $192.98 million on 15,506 screens in 53 markets, for a total opening of $204.92 million internationally and $329.94 million worldwide. This is the largest worldwide opening ever, and it is enough to put the film in the top 200 after one weekend of release. More...

International Box Office: Unstoppable, But for How Long?

Unstoppable opened in first place on the international box office over the weekend. (It has likely already fallen to Harry Potter on the daily chart, which opened on Wednesday.) Its opening weekend haul was $18.72 million on 4137 screens in 39 markets giving it a total opening of $19.31 million. It earned first place in Spain with $1.56 million on 336 screens, but was not as potent in South Korea or Germany earning third place with $1.33 million on 323 screens and $1.20 million on 504 respectively. It only managed fourth place in France, with $2.63 million on 430 screens, while it barely squeezed into the top five in Italy with $755,000 on 251. More...

International Box Office: Due for a Win

Unlike its domestic debut, Due Date was able to open in first place internationally with $21.69 million on 3572 screens in 32 markets. It was tops in Germany with $3.90 million on 519 screens, while it also led the way in the U.K. with $3.78 million on 449 screens. On the other hand, it had to settle for second place in Russia, but with $3.88 million on 543 screens, it was still a huge success there. In comparison, the cumulative opening weekend was nearly identical to The Hangover, which bodes well for the film's chances internationally, even if it likely won't have the same long legs. More...

November's Mega Start Just Misses Record

While practically every film in the top five missed expectations, none of them were complete misses and all made enough that they could be considered victories. The overall box office was an incredibly healthy $151 million, which was 59% higher than last weekend and 26% higher than the same weekend last year. In fact, it came within $2 million of the record for the opening weekend of November. 2010 was able to put more distance between it and 2009 and it now leads the year-to-date race $8.97 billion to $8.66 billion. It would take a fairly major collapse for 2010 to not break the record for highest box office, although it will likely fail to top last year in terms of ticket sales. More...

International Box Office: Holidays Help Despicable Return to Top

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Thanks in part to holidays in France, Despicable Me was able to return to top spot with $21.65 million on 4511 screens in 44 markets for a total of $234.58 million internationally and $482.46 million worldwide. By this time next week, it will have more internationally than domestically and a total of more than half-a-billion worldwide. Its top market was France, where school holidays helped it more than double its take at $6.17 million on 657 screens, but that's for the 5-day weekend. Overall it has made $19.80 million in that market. It opened in second place in Japan with $2.93 million on 225 screens over the weekend and $3.12 million in total. It was flat in the U.K. adding another $4.15 million on 532 screens for a three week total of $24.21 million. More...

Halloween Helps Scare Up Movie Business

As expected, Halloween hurt the overall box office, which plummeted 27% from last weekend to just $95 million from Friday to Sunday. However, the top film on the chart did do better than expected on Sunday, while the overall box office was 5% higher than the same weekend last year when Halloween fell on a Saturday. Year-to-date, 2010 still has a 3% lead over 2009 with a running tally of $8.78 billion, while there's very little time left to blow that lead. On the other hand, ticket sales are down 2%, so there's little hope to catch up in that regard. More...

Weekend Estimates: 3D Gives Saw Franchise Strong Finish

With an estimated 92% of box office receipts coming from 3D shows, Saw 3D became the highest-grossing horror franchise in history this weekend, overtaking Friday the 13th. Its $22.4 million opening is still down from the peak for the franchise, which topped $30 million on four occasions, but is up significantly from the disappointing $14.1 million debut of Saw VI last year. (See full franchise history here.) Paranormal Activity 2, meanwhile had a steep drop to $16.5 million in its second weekend, although 59% isn't terrible for the genre, and the low-budget sequel has racked up over $65 million in just 10 days. More...

Last Chance to See Saw?

Halloween falls on Sunday this year, and is generally a bad day at the box office, which will likely result in a massive drop-off for most films this weekend. However, there is one horror film opening wide, plus another that opened last weekend that could benefit. The overall effect will still likely be negative, but this time last year, Halloween fell on a Saturday, which is a lot worse for business. So 2010 could still come out on top in the year-over-year comparison, even if it is a close race. More...

International Box Office: Getting Active

Mirroring its domestic debut, Paranormal Activity 2 opened in first place internationally with $22.32 million on 2752 screens in 21 markets. The film opened in first place in the U.K. with $5.92 million on 389 screens, while it also topped the charts in Australia with $2.68 million on 185 screens and in Mexico with $1.86 million in 452. On the other hand, it had to settle for second place in South Korea with $1.05 million on 218 screens over the weekend and $1.18 million in total. While in Italy it could do no better than fourth place with $1.55 million on 250. More...

Better than Normal

I'm not willing to say the slump is over after just one weekend, but we did finally see some real positive signs over the weekend. Not only did the number one film top expectations, but no film in the top five really flopped. In fact, only one film in the top ten fell more than 33.6%. Overall the box office was down 2% from last week earning $129 million; however, it was up by 12% over the same weekend last year, which is far more important. A double-digit increase in the year-over-year comparison was pretty commonplace earlier in the year, so hopefully this is a portent of things to come, and not just a momentary blip. Year-to-date 2010 has now earned $8.65 billion giving it a 3.4% lead over 2009's running tally of $8.37 billion. More...

Will 2010 Return to Normal?

For much of the year, 2010 has been a banner year at the box office. We've already broken records for the most $300 million movies in the calendar year, 2010 is the first year where two films released during the same year, have reached $1 billion worldwide. We are currently nearly $300 million ahead of last year's pace. However, recently things have not been quite as rosy and we've seen declines on a year-over-year basis five of the past six weeks. Will that change this weekend? There are some positive signs. For instance, this time last year there were three or four wide releases. (It depends on your definition of "Wide".) All four failed to reach initial expectations, dramatically in some cases. This leaves a real opportunity for 2010 to expand its lead. There is only one movie opening wide, plus another expanding wide, but perhaps the lack of competition will be good for the two films. More...

International Box Office: Despicable Is the Most Loved Movie Around

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Despicable Me completed its climb to the top of the international chart with $27.03 million on 4751 screens in 40 markets for totals of $170.27 million internationally and $417.32 million worldwide. This week's openings include the U.K., where it topped the chart with $5.81 million on 522 screens, which is a good result, but not a great result. It placed second in Italy with less money at $4.86 million on 544 screens, but ironically, this is a better result due to the relative size of the two markets and it only placed second due to a massive local hit. Meanwhile, the film was down just 23% in France adding $3.57 million on 657 screens for a two-week total of $8.82 million. It was down 35% in Spain, but remained in first place with $2.25 million on 542 screens over the weekend and $8.27 million in total. The film is running out of places to open in, but by this time next week it should have $200 million internationally, while $500 million worldwide is still the main goal. More...

Making a Jackass out of Analysts

After more than a few films missed expectations over the past few weeks, it is nice to see a film crush expectations so soundly. Jackass 3D slapped around the naysayers so thoroughly that it nearly helped turn around 2010's losing streak. It did help the overall box office grow 42% from last weekend to $132 million, but that was still roughly 5% lower than the same weekend last year. (This was due to better depth at the box office last year.) 2010 is still ahead of 2009 at $8.48 billion to $8.22 billion, but I'm a little concerned that lead won't last till the end of the year. More...

Weekend Estimates: Jackass Knocks it Out the Park

Jackass 3D is set to record the biggest October weekend ever, according to Paramount's Sunday estimate. With $50 million over the weekend, the movie will also set a new mark for a factually-based movie, beating the record held by its predecessor in the series, Jackass: Number Two. Although the debate on 3D's long-term future continues, this is a movie that seems to be perfectly suited to the medium. Expect to see talk of Jackass 4D very soon. We don't even dare to speculate what the 4th D will entail. More...

Will 2010 Remain in the Red?

The past few weeks haven't exactly been kind to the box office, with more films struggling than soaring. The industry as a whole is obviously hoping things turn around this weekend and 2010 ends its losing streak against 2009. We've lost ground four of the past five weekends. Worse still, three of those times 2010 failed to get within 10% of 2009's weekend number. Turning things around might be more than a little difficult, as this time last year there were five films that earned $10 million or more, while this year we might not have three films do the same. More...

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2010/10/15 2 $7,306,494   3,255 $2,245   $7,306,494 1
2010/10/16 2 $9,204,737 +26% 3,255 $2,828   $16,511,231 2
2010/10/17 2 $5,250,177 -43% 3,255 $1,613   $21,761,408 3
2010/10/18 2 $1,658,429 -68% 3,255 $510   $23,419,837 4
2010/10/19 2 $1,884,359 +14% 3,255 $579   $25,304,196 5
2010/10/20 2 $1,574,320 -16% 3,255 $484   $26,878,516 6
2010/10/21 2 $1,604,753 +2% 3,255 $493   $28,483,269 7
2010/10/22 3 $4,544,308 +183% 3,273 $1,388   $33,027,577 8
2010/10/23 3 $6,651,273 +46% 3,273 $2,032   $39,678,850 9
2010/10/24 3 $3,839,335 -42% 3,273 $1,173   $43,518,185 10
2010/10/25 3 $1,123,234 -71% 3,273 $343   $44,641,419 11
2010/10/26 3 $1,264,982 +13% 3,273 $386   $45,906,401 12
2010/10/27 3 $1,063,847 -16% 3,273 $325   $46,970,248 13
2010/10/28 3 $1,123,546 +6% 3,273 $343   $48,093,794 14
2010/10/29 3 $3,432,030 +205% 3,349 $1,025   $51,525,824 15
2010/10/30 3 $4,711,048 +37% 3,349 $1,407   $56,236,872 16
2010/10/31 3 $2,586,558 -45% 3,349 $772   $58,823,430 17
2010/11/01 4 $953,207 -63% 3,349 $285   $59,776,637 18
2010/11/02 2 $1,205,175 +26% 3,349 $360   $60,981,812 19
2010/11/03 2 $954,318 -21% 3,349 $285   $61,936,130 20
2010/11/04 2 $1,076,746 +13% 3,349 $322   $63,012,876 21
2010/11/05 4 $2,595,585 +141% 3,229 $804   $65,608,461 22
2010/11/06 4 $4,052,880 +56% 3,229 $1,255   $69,661,341 23
2010/11/07 4 $2,003,621 -51% 3,229 $621   $71,664,962 24
2010/11/08 4 $534,080 -73% 3,229 $165   $72,199,042 25
2010/11/09 4 $637,471 +19% 3,229 $197   $72,836,513 26
2010/11/10 5 $692,008 +9% 3,229 $214   $73,528,521 27
2010/11/11 5 $1,175,336 +70% 3,229 $364   $74,703,857 28
2010/11/12 7 $1,582,182 +35% 2,878 $550   $76,286,039 29
2010/11/13 7 $2,288,068 +45% 2,878 $795   $78,574,107 30
2010/11/14 7 $1,103,289 -52% 2,878 $383   $79,677,396 31
2010/11/15 7 $325,794 -70% 2,878 $113   $80,003,190 32
2010/11/16 6 $415,195 +27% 2,878 $144   $80,418,385 33
2010/11/17 6 $352,671 -15% 2,878 $123   $80,771,056 34
2010/11/18 6 $335,866 -5% 2,878 $117   $81,106,922 35
2010/11/19 8 $713,821 +113% 2,034 $351   $81,820,743 36
2010/11/20 8 $1,161,648 +63% 2,034 $571   $82,982,391 37
2010/11/21 8 $607,574 -48% 2,034 $299   $83,589,965 38
2010/11/22 8 $257,531 -58% 2,034 $127   $83,847,496 39
2010/11/23 8 $360,334 +40% 2,034 $177   $84,207,830 40
2010/11/24 - $222,170 -38% 2,034 $109   $84,430,000 41
2010/11/25 - $311,727 +40% 2,034 $153   $84,741,727 42
2010/11/26 13 $566,614 +82% 914 $620   $85,308,341 43
2010/11/27 14 $571,605 +1% 914 $625   $85,879,946 44
2010/11/28 13 $237,466 -58% 914 $260   $86,117,412 45
2010/11/29 14 $74,854 -68% 914 $82   $86,192,266 46
2010/11/30 13 $78,759 +5% 914 $86   $86,271,025 47
2010/12/01 13 $71,691 -9% 914 $78   $86,342,716 48
2010/12/02 13 $77,256 +8% 914 $85   $86,419,972 49
2010/12/03 - $231,344 +199% 779 $297   $86,651,316 50
2010/12/04 - $348,035 +50% 779 $447   $86,999,351 51
2010/12/05 - $171,561 -51% 779 $220   $87,170,912 52
2010/12/06 - $67,594 -61% 779 $87   $87,238,506 53
2010/12/07 - $76,420 +13% 779 $98   $87,314,926 54
2010/12/08 - $74,970 -2% 779 $96   $87,389,896 55
2010/12/09 - $75,782 +1% 779 $97   $87,465,678 56
2010/12/10 18 $134,140 +77% 564 $238   $87,599,818 57
2010/12/11 18 $192,992 +44% 564 $342   $87,792,810 58
2010/12/12 18 $103,915 -46% 564 $184   $87,896,725 59
2010/12/13 18 $43,473 -58% 564 $77   $87,940,198 60
2010/12/14 18 $51,660 +19% 564 $92   $87,991,858 61
2010/12/15 - $50,352 -3% 564 $89   $88,042,210 62
2010/12/16 - $51,211 +2% 564 $91   $88,093,421 63
2010/12/17 18 $96,562 +89% 439 $220   $88,189,983 64
2010/12/18 18 $144,835 +50% 439 $330   $88,334,818 65
2010/12/19 18 $95,175 -34% 439 $217   $88,429,993 66
2010/12/20 18 $59,537 -37% 439 $136   $88,489,530 67
2010/12/21 17 $72,060 +21% 439 $164   $88,561,590 68
2010/12/22 - $61,498 -15% 439 $140   $88,623,088 69
2010/12/23 - $70,632 +15% 439 $161   $88,693,720 70
2010/12/24 - $36,401 -48% 330 $110   $88,730,121 71
2010/12/25 - $70,902 +95% 330 $215   $88,801,023 72
2010/12/26 - $90,530 +28% 330 $274   $88,891,553 73
2010/12/27 - $76,081 -16% 330 $231   $88,967,634 74
2010/12/28 - $80,071 +5% 330 $243   $89,047,705 75
2010/12/29 - $77,791 -3% 330 $236   $89,125,496 76
2010/12/30 - $89,971 +16% 330 $273   $89,215,467 77
2010/12/31 - $80,830 -10% 303 $267   $89,296,297 78
2011/01/01 - $128,768 +59% 303 $425   $89,425,065 79
2011/01/02 - $80,122 -38% 303 $264   $89,505,187 80
2011/01/03 - $39,041 -51% 303 $129   $89,544,228 81
2011/01/04 - $36,394 -7% 303 $120   $89,580,622 82
2011/01/05 - $30,442 -16% 303 $100   $89,611,064 83
2011/01/06 - $31,881 +5% 303 $105   $89,642,945 84
2011/01/07 - $62,715 +97% 261 $240   $89,705,660 85
2011/01/08 - $91,693 +46% 261 $351   $89,797,353 86
2011/01/09 - $45,584 -50% 261 $175   $89,842,937 87
2011/01/10 - $17,255 -62% 261 $66   $89,860,192 88
2011/01/11 - $21,028 +22% 261 $81   $89,881,220 89
2011/01/12 - $19,972 -5% 261 $77   $89,901,192 90
2011/01/13 - $24,132 +21% 261 $92   $89,925,324 91
2011/01/14 - $41,756 +73% 206 $203   $89,967,080 92
2011/01/15 - $57,330 +37% 206 $278   $90,024,410 93
2011/01/16 - $40,922 -29% 206 $199   $90,065,332 94
2011/01/17 29 $33,023 -19% 206 $160   $90,098,355 95
2011/01/18 - $13,176 -60% 206 $64   $90,111,531 96
2011/01/19 - $11,118 -16% 206 $54   $90,122,649 97
2011/01/20 - $12,268 +10% 206 $60   $90,134,917 98
2011/01/21 - $31,527 +157% 153 $206   $90,166,444 99
2011/01/22 - $51,448 +63% 153 $336   $90,217,892 100
2011/01/23 - $21,030 -59% 153 $137   $90,238,922 101
2011/01/24 - $9,418 -55% 153 $62   $90,248,340 102
2011/01/25 - $10,271 +9% 153 $67   $90,258,611 103
2011/01/26 - $8,809 -14% 153 $58   $90,267,420 104
2011/01/27 - $10,924 +24% 153 $71   $90,278,344 105
2011/01/28 - $23,663 +117% 119 $199   $90,302,007 106
2011/01/29 - $36,839 +56% 119 $310   $90,338,846 107
2011/01/30 - $18,011 -51% 119 $151   $90,356,857 108
2011/01/31 - $5,030 -72% 119 $42   $90,361,887 109
2011/02/01 - $5,633 +12% 119 $47   $90,367,520 110
2011/02/02 - $5,894 +5% 119 $50   $90,373,414 111
2011/02/03 - $6,748 +14% 119 $57   $90,380,162 112

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2010/10/15 2 $21,761,408   3,255 $6,686   $21,761,408 3
2010/10/22 3 $15,034,916 -31% 3,273 $4,594   $43,518,185 10
2010/10/29 3 $10,729,636 -29% 3,349 $3,204   $58,823,430 17
2010/11/05 4 $8,652,086 -19% 3,229 $2,679   $71,664,962 24
2010/11/12 7 $4,973,539 -43% 2,878 $1,728   $79,677,396 31
2010/11/19 8 $2,483,043 -50% 2,034 $1,221   $83,589,965 38
2010/11/26 13 $1,375,685 -45% 914 $1,505   $86,117,412 45
2010/12/03 15 $750,940 -45% 779 $964   $87,170,912 52
2010/12/10 18 $431,047 -43% 564 $764   $87,896,725 59
2010/12/17 18 $336,572 -22% 439 $767   $88,429,993 66
2010/12/24 20 $197,833 -41% 330 $599   $88,891,553 73
2010/12/31 19 $289,720 +46% 303 $956   $89,505,187 80
2011/01/07 26 $199,992 -31% 261 $766   $89,842,937 87
2011/01/14 31 $140,008 -30% 206 $680   $90,065,332 94
2011/01/21 36 $104,005 -26% 153 $680   $90,238,922 101
2011/01/28 39 $78,513 -25% 119 $660   $90,356,857 108

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
1/30/201111,071,823 1,071,823$14,383,865$14,383,8651
2/6/20112382,083-64% 1,453,906$4,963,258$19,347,1232
2/13/20116229,374-40% 1,683,280$2,979,568$22,326,6913
2/20/201119138,059-40% 1,821,339$1,793,386$24,120,0784
2/27/20111280,030-42% 1,901,369$1,039,590$25,159,6675
3/6/20111852,843-34% 1,954,212$814,839$25,974,5066
3/13/20111385,994+63% 2,040,206$927,015$26,901,5227
3/20/20111757,090-34% 2,097,296$751,304$27,652,8268
3/27/20111858,622+3% 2,155,918$790,811$28,443,6379
4/3/20112140,393-31% 2,196,311$443,919$28,887,55610
4/10/20111077,893+93% 2,274,204$778,151$29,665,70711
4/24/201111153,677 2,439,021$1,008,121$30,785,11713
5/8/20111750,937 2,502,566$945,391$31,878,02115
5/22/20111646,642 2,553,371$885,732$32,842,22517
6/30/20132125,126 2,753,076$148,000$34,892,981127
7/7/20132136,168+44% 2,789,244$253,820$35,146,801128
7/14/20132127,494-24% 2,816,738$164,942$35,311,743129
7/21/20131534,881+27% 2,851,619$214,710$35,526,453130
7/28/20131164,065+84% 2,915,684$458,398$35,984,851131
8/4/2013931,906-50% 2,947,590$186,532$36,171,383132
8/11/20131238,988+22% 2,986,578$189,127$36,360,510133
8/18/20132030,769-21% 3,017,347$184,559$36,545,068134
8/25/20132325,536-17% 3,042,883$152,391$36,697,459135
9/1/2013193,895-85% 3,046,778$21,072$36,718,531136
9/8/20132917,449+348% 3,064,227$104,711$36,823,243137

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
1/30/20111415,738 415,738$8,223,298$8,223,2981
2/6/20111128,771-69% 544,509$3,089,216$11,312,5142
2/13/2011279,147-39% 623,656$1,898,746$13,211,2603
2/27/20111225,598 664,109$614,091$14,181,7195
3/6/20111113,468-47% 677,577$304,376$14,486,0956
3/13/20111020,781+54% 698,358$426,631$14,912,7267
3/20/2011197,081-66% 705,439$149,767$15,062,4938
4/10/2011189,911 724,593$202,486$15,458,30811
5/8/2011202,767 734,462$58,073$15,676,33015
6/30/2013169,581 782,823$100,507$16,224,792127
7/7/20131612,172+27% 794,995$127,681$16,352,473128
7/14/20131710,780-11% 805,775$118,151$16,470,624129
7/21/20131110,148-6% 815,923$106,450$16,577,074130
7/28/2013819,410+91% 835,333$203,607$16,780,681131
8/4/2013911,555-40% 846,888$105,147$16,885,828132
8/11/2013146,918-40% 853,806$98,856$16,984,684133
8/18/20131610,052+45% 863,858$129,568$17,114,252134
8/25/2013196,826-32% 870,684$89,560$17,203,812135

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Cast

Bruce Willis    Frank Moses
Morgan Freeman    Matheson, Joe
John Malkovich    Boggs, Marvin
Helen Mirren    Victoria
Mary-Louise Parker    Sarah Ross
Karl Urban    William Cooper
Julian McMahon    Vice President Robert Stanton
Richard Dreyfuss    Alexander Dunning
Brian Cox    Ivan Simanov
James Remar    Gabriel Singer
Rebecca Pidgeon    Cynthia Wilkes

Production and Technical Credits

Producer    Lorenzo di Bonaventura
Producer    Mark Vahradian
Executive Producer    Gregory Noveck
Executive Producer    Jake Myers
Co-Producer    David Ready
Director    Robert Schwentke
Screenwriter    Jon Hoeber
Screenwriter    Erich Hoeber
Story Creator    Warren Ellis
Story Creator    Cully Hamner
Cinematographer    Florian Ballhaus
Editor    Thom Noble
Composer    Christophe Beck
Music Supervisor    Julianne Jordan
Production Designer    Alec Hammond
Art Director    Brandt Gordon
Set Decorator    Cal Loucks
Costume Designer    Susan Lyall
Sound Mixer    Glen Gauthier
Sound Designer    Jon Title
Supervising Sound Editor    David McMoyler
Re-recording Mixer    Michael Minkler
Re-recording Mixer    Tony Lamberti
Special Effects Coordinator    Laird McMurray
Visual Effects Supervisor    James Madigan
Stunt Coordinator    Paul Jennings
Stunt Coordinator    Jamie Jones
Assistant Director    Andrew Robinson
Assistant Director    Myron Hoffert
Second Unit Director    Gary Capo
Second Unit Camera    David Harrington
Casting Director    Deborah Aquila
Casting Director    Tricia Wood

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