Robin Hood

Robin Hood poster
Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $105,487,148Details
International Box Office $216,971,858
Worldwide Box Office $322,459,006
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $47,534,352 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $16,720,472 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $64,254,824
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Synopsis

Robin Hood is an expert archer in service to King Richard's army against the French. Upon Richard's death, Robin travels to Nottingham, a town suffering from the corruption of a despotic sheriff and crippling taxation, where he falls for the spirited widow Lady Marion, a woman skeptical of the identity and motivations of this crusader from the forest. Hoping to earn the hand of Maid Marion and salvage the village, Robin assembles a gang whose lethal mercenary skills are matched only by its appetite for life. Together, they begin preying on the indulgent upper class to correct injustices under the sheriff. With their country weakened from decades of war, embattled from the ineffective rule of the new king and vulnerable to insurgencies from within and threats from afar, Robin and his men heed a call to ever greater adventure. This unlikeliest of heroes and his allies set off to protect their country from slipping into bloody civil war and return glory to England once more.

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics
43% - Rotten
Audience
58% - Spilled

Movie Details

Production Budget:$210,000,000
Theatrical Release: May 14th, 2010 (Wide) by Universal
Video Release: September 21st, 2010 by Universal Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for violence including intense sequences of warfare, and some sexual content
(Rating bulletin 2111, 3/10/2010)
Source:Based on Folk Tale/Legend/Fairytale
Genre:Action
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Historical Fiction

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International Top of the Chart: Robin the Richest

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Cast

Russell Crowe    Robin Longstride
Cate Blanchett    Marion Loxley
William Hurt    William Marshal
Mark Strong    Godfrey
Mark Addy    Friar Tuck
Oscar Isaac    Prince John
Danny Huston    King Richard The Lionheart
Kevin Durand    Little John
Scott Grimes    Will Scarlet

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Ridley Scott
Screenwriter    Brian Helgeland
Story Creator    Brian Helgeland
Story Creator    Ethan Reiff
Story Creator    Cyrus Voris
Producer    Brian Grazer
Producer    Ridley Scott
Producer    Russell Crowe
Executive Producer    Charles D. Schlissel
Executive Producer    Michael Costigan
Executive Producer    Jim Whitaker
Executive Producer    Ryan Kavanaugh
Co-Producer    Nikolas Korda
Co-Executive Producer    Michael Ellenberg
Cinematographer    John Mathieson
Editor    Pietro Scalia
Composer    Marc Steitenfeld
Production Designer    Arthur Max
Supervising Art Director    John King
Art Director    Mark Homes
Art Director    Adam O'Neill
Art Director    Matt Robinson
Art Director    Mike Stallion
Art Director    Tom Still
Art Director    Mark Swain
Art Director    Remo Tozzi
Art Director    Alex Cameron
Art Director    Anthony Caron-Delion
Set Decorator    Sonja Klaus
Costume Designer    Janty Yates
Sound Mixer    Tony Dawe
Sound Mixer    John Mooney
Supervising Sound Editor    Wylie Stateman
Supervising Sound Editor    Mark Stoeckinger
Re-recording Mixer    Paul Massey
Re-recording Mixer    David Giammarco
Visual Effects Supervisor    Richard Stammers
Stunt Coordinator    Matthew Sampson
Associate Producer    Keith Rodger
Assistant Director    Max Keene
Second Unit Director    Alexander Witt
Casting Director    Jina Jay

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2010/05/14 2 $13,031,160   3,503 $3,720   $13,031,160 1
2010/05/15 2 $13,871,880 +6% 3,503 $3,960   $26,903,040 2
2010/05/16 2 $9,160,345 -34% 3,503 $2,615   $36,063,385 3
2010/05/17 2 $3,257,790 -64% 3,503 $930   $39,321,175 4
2010/05/18 2 $3,100,155 -5% 3,503 $885   $42,421,330 5
2010/05/19 2 $2,593,100 -16% 3,503 $740   $45,014,430 6
2010/05/20 2 $2,382,040 -8% 3,503 $680   $47,396,470 7
2010/05/21 3 $5,660,575 +138% 3,505 $1,615   $53,057,045 8
2010/05/22 3 $7,851,200 +39% 3,505 $2,240   $60,908,245 9
2010/05/23 3 $5,257,445 -33% 3,505 $1,500   $66,165,690 10
2010/05/24 3 $1,857,655 -65% 3,505 $530   $68,023,345 11
2010/05/25 3 $1,664,875 -10% 3,505 $475   $69,688,220 12
2010/05/26 3 $1,489,625 -11% 3,505 $425   $71,177,845 13
2010/05/27 4 $1,542,020 +4% 3,505 $440   $72,719,865 14
2010/05/28 5 $2,867,050 +86% 3,373 $850   $75,586,915 15
2010/05/29 5 $3,811,490 +33% 3,373 $1,130   $79,398,405 16
2010/05/30 5 $3,727,165 -2% 3,373 $1,105   $83,125,570 17
2010/05/31 5 $3,018,835 -19% 3,373 $895   $86,144,405 18
2010/06/01 5 $1,096,225 -64% 3,373 $325   $87,240,630 19
2010/06/02 5 $944,445 -14% 3,373 $280   $88,185,075 20
2010/06/03 5 $943,995 n/c 3,373 $280   $89,129,070 21
2010/06/04 9 $1,468,435 +56% 2,599 $565   $90,597,505 22
2010/06/05 9 $2,352,100 +60% 2,599 $905   $92,949,605 23
2010/06/06 9 $1,546,405 -34% 2,599 $595   $94,496,010 24
2010/06/07 9 $571,780 -63% 2,599 $220   $95,067,790 25
2010/06/08 9 $597,770 +5% 2,599 $230   $95,665,560 26
2010/06/09 9 $598,555 n/c 2,599 $230   $96,264,115 27
2010/06/10 9 $584,425 -2% 2,599 $225   $96,848,540 28
2010/06/11 11 $776,950 +33% 1,895 $410   $97,625,490 29
2010/06/12 11 $1,118,095 +44% 1,895 $590   $98,743,585 30
2010/06/13 11 $720,085 -36% 1,895 $380   $99,463,670 31
2010/06/14 11 $322,150 -55% 1,895 $170   $99,785,820 32
2010/06/15 11 $293,725 -9% 1,895 $155   $100,079,545 33
2010/06/16 11 $311,740 +6% 1,895 $165   $100,391,285 34
2010/06/17 11 $265,505 -15% 1,895 $140   $100,656,790 35
2010/06/18 12 $361,025 +36% 1,046 $345   $101,017,815 36
2010/06/19 12 $528,230 +46% 1,046 $505   $101,546,045 37
2010/06/20 11 $533,460 +1% 1,046 $510   $102,079,505 38
2010/06/21 12 $162,130 -70% 1,046 $155   $102,241,635 39
2010/06/22 12 $172,700 +7% 1,046 $165   $102,414,335 40
2010/06/23 - $111,285 -36% 803 $139   $102,525,620 41
2010/06/24 - $127,225 +14% 803 $158   $102,652,845 42
2010/06/25 - $190,665 +50% 669 $285   $102,843,510 43
2010/06/26 - $267,595 +40% 669 $400   $103,111,105 44
2010/06/27 - $190,665 -29% 669 $285   $103,301,770 45
2010/06/28 - $90,315 -53% 669 $135   $103,392,085 46
2010/06/29 - $86,970 -4% 669 $130   $103,479,055 47
2010/06/30 - $52,080 -40% 372 $140   $103,531,135 48
2010/07/01 - $53,940 +4% 372 $145   $103,585,075 49
2010/07/02 - $105,840 +96% 378 $280   $103,690,915 50
2010/07/03 - $126,630 +20% 378 $335   $103,817,545 51
2010/07/04 - $96,390 -24% 378 $255   $103,913,935 52
2010/07/05 22 $120,885 +25% 378 $320   $104,034,820 53
2010/07/06 - $58,590 -52% 378 $155   $104,093,410 54
2010/07/07 - $54,775 -7% 378 $145   $104,148,185 55
2010/07/08 - $58,695 +7% 378 $155   $104,206,880 56
2010/07/09 - $94,515 +61% 300 $315   $104,301,395 57
2010/07/10 - $121,425 +28% 300 $405   $104,422,820 58
2010/07/11 - $71,985 -41% 300 $240   $104,494,805 59
2010/07/12 - $40,495 -44% 300 $135   $104,535,300 60
2010/07/13 - $47,950 +18% 300 $160   $104,583,250 61
2010/07/14 - $42,880 -11% 268 $160   $104,626,130 62
2010/07/15 - $38,885 -9% 268 $145   $104,665,015 63
2010/07/16 - $56,495 +45% 226 $250   $104,721,510 64
2010/07/17 - $73,450 +30% 226 $325   $104,794,960 65
2010/07/18 - $44,070 -40% 226 $195   $104,839,030 66
2010/07/19 - $26,025 -41% 226 $115   $104,865,055 67
2010/07/20 - $29,380 +13% 226 $130   $104,894,435 68
2010/07/21 - $26,010 -11% 226 $115   $104,920,445 69
2010/07/22 - $24,860 -4% 226 $110   $104,945,305 70
2010/07/23 - $33,345 +34% 171 $195   $104,978,650 71
2010/07/24 - $46,170 +38% 171 $270   $105,024,820 72
2010/07/25 - $29,925 -35% 171 $175   $105,054,745 73
2010/07/26 - $17,100 -43% 171 $100   $105,071,845 74
2010/07/27 - $22,225 +30% 171 $130   $105,094,070 75
2010/07/28 - $19,665 -12% 171 $115   $105,113,735 76
2010/07/29 - $19,750 n/c 171 $115   $105,133,485 77
2010/07/30 - $24,725 +25% 115 $215   $105,158,210 78
2010/07/31 - $32,775 +33% 115 $285   $105,190,985 79
2010/08/01 - $28,750 -12% 115 $250   $105,219,735 80
2010/08/02 - $12,075 -58% 115 $105   $105,231,810 81
2010/08/03 - $12,650 +5% 115 $110   $105,244,460 82
2010/08/04 - $12,595 n/c 115 $110   $105,257,055 83
2010/08/05 - $12,675 +1% 115 $110   $105,269,730 84

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2010/05/14 2 $36,063,385   3,503 $10,295   $36,063,385 3
2010/05/21 3 $18,769,220 -48% 3,505 $5,355   $66,165,690 10
2010/05/28 5 $10,405,705 -45% 3,373 $3,085   $83,125,570 17
2010/06/04 9 $5,366,940 -48% 2,599 $2,065   $94,496,010 24
2010/06/11 11 $2,615,130 -51% 1,895 $1,380   $99,463,670 31
2010/06/18 12 $1,422,715 -46% 1,046 $1,360   $102,079,505 38
2010/06/25 14 $648,925 -54% 669 $970   $103,301,770 45
2010/07/02 22 $328,860 -49% 378 $870   $103,913,935 52
2010/07/09 23 $287,925 -12% 300 $960   $104,494,805 59
2010/07/16 26 $174,015 -40% 226 $770   $104,839,030 66
2010/07/23 30 $109,440 -37% 171 $640   $105,054,745 73
2010/07/30 35 $86,250 -21% 115 $750   $105,219,735 80

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
9/26/20102806,264 806,264$18,536,009$18,536,0091
10/3/20104300,857-63% 1,107,121$7,175,439$25,711,4492
10/10/20107177,772-41% 1,284,893$4,341,192$30,052,6413
10/17/20107114,159-36% 1,399,052$2,494,374$32,547,0154
10/24/2010684,513-26% 1,483,565$1,773,928$34,320,9435
10/31/20101255,730-34% 1,539,295$1,253,368$35,574,3116
11/7/20101535,510-36% 1,574,805$735,057$36,309,3687
11/14/20101192,354+160% 1,667,159$1,780,585$38,089,9538
3/13/20112530,575 1,918,490$592,761$43,736,75825
3/20/20112821,059-31% 1,939,549$413,314$44,150,07326
3/27/20112920,245-4% 1,959,794$366,985$44,517,05827

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
9/26/20101252,999 252,999$6,322,445$6,322,4451
10/3/2010376,304-70% 329,303$1,830,530$8,152,9752
10/10/2010540,808-47% 370,111$978,990$9,131,9653
10/17/2010622,965-44% 393,076$550,919$9,682,8844
10/24/2010531,720+38% 424,796$760,970$10,443,8545
10/31/20101111,683-63% 436,479$280,272$10,724,1266
11/14/20101611,883 455,238$237,535$11,136,9348
7/3/20111014,510 582,180$381,167$14,445,20541
7/24/20111415,508 606,620$397,628$15,071,85044
8/11/2013531,497 752,416$269,933$16,321,283151
8/18/2013819,038-40% 771,454$160,874$16,482,157152

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