S.W.A.T.

Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $116,877,597Details
International Box Office $90,277,151
Worldwide Box Office $207,154,748
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Synopsis

Two wisecracking, battle-hardened veterans team up with a pair of street-smart rookies to form the most freewheeling - but effective - S.W.A.T. team ever. Their first assignment: transport an international drug kingpin into federal custody - after he's offered $100 million to anyone who will free him!

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Audience Spilled
Audience
49% - Spilled

Movie Details

Production Budget:$70,000,000
Theatrical Release: August 8th, 2003 (Wide) by Sony Pictures
Video Release: December 30th, 2003 by Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for violence, language and sexual references
Source:Based on TV
Genre:Action
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: Columbia Pictures

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Cast

Samuel L. Jackson    Lt. Dan "Hondo" Harrelson
Colin Farrell    Jim Street
Michelle Rodriguez    Chris Sanchez
James Todd Smith    Deacon "Deke" Kaye
Brian Van Holt    Michael Boxer
Jeremy Renner    Brian "Poker" Gamble
Josh Charles    T.J. McCabe
Olivier Martinez    Alex Montel
Reg E. Cathey    Lt. Greg Velasquez
Larry Poindexter    Capt. Thomas Fuller
Page Kennedy    Travis Shipley
Domenick Lombardozzi    GQ
James DuMont    Gus
Denis Arndt    Sgt. Howard
Lindsey Ginter    Agent Hauser
Lucinda Jenney    Kathy
E. Roger Mitchell    Agent Kirkland
Frankie Jay Allison    Robber #2
Tody Bernard    Subway Engineer
Joey Bucaro    Robber #3
Andi Chapman    Customs Agent #2
Brad Crosby    Lee
Kevin Davitian    Uncle Martin Gascoigne
Tommy De La Cruz    Gangster #1
Reed Diamond    Officer Dave Burress
Jamal Duff    LAPD Officer at Subway
Kenny Franklin    Young Deputy
Maria Galvez    Latina Woman
Matt Gerald    Nick
Sheri Goldner    Dispatcher #1
Steven Hack    Injured Bank Manager
Krista Hartling    Motorcycle Cop
Clark Johnson    Deke's Handsome Partner
Benjamin King    Customs Agent #1
Brian Leckner    Cashier
Iris Little Thomas    Bank Supervisor
Larry McCormick    Himself
Devika Parikh    Jail Intake Reporter
Rod Perry    Deke's Dad
Audra Platz    Dispatcher #2
Ken Rudolph    Reporter #1
Heather Salmon    Wounded Bank Teller
Ashley Scott    Lara
Gregory Sporleder    Robber #1
Richard Steinmetz    S.W.A.T. Negotiator
David St. James    Polish Hostage
Arlow Stewart    Homeboy
Michael Eric Strickland    Lawyer
Andy Umberger    Deputy Chief
Jeffrey Wincott    Ed Taylor
Jay Acovone    Lear Jet Pilot
Mario Aguilar Jr.    Beat-up Latino Thug
Grant Albrecht    Desk Officer #2
Peter Allas    Bistro Gangster #1
Nathan Andrews    Lead Gangster
Michael Baker    Range Official
Dianne Barone    Newscaster #1
Melanie Kim Blank    Reporter #3
Bridget the Midget    Herself
Esther K. Chae    Reporter #2
Gregory Crane    Prison Guard
Bruce Dent    Waiter
Martin Dorsla    Hip Cop
Colin Egglesfield    LAPD Officer
Steve Forrest    S.W.A.T. Truck Driver
Garry G.    Gamble's Thug
Willie Gault    Newscaster #2
Bruce Gray    Richard Segerstrom
Michael Guarnera    Paramedic
Noel Gugliemi    Latino Thug
Daniel Ichikawa    Sgt. Yamoto
Dale Jones    Gangbanger
Archbishop Don Juan    Himself
Tricia Kelly    Waitress at Pub
Joseph Kung    Rail Unit Cop
Danny La Cava    S.W.A.T. Techie
Sergio Lambert    Kid in Alley
Jenya Lano    Monique
Ricki Lopez    Agusta Pilot #2
Elio Lupi    Hot Dog Vendor
Alexander Lyras    Bistro Gangster #2
Jay Montalvo    Spanish Newscaster
Neal H. Moritz    Luxury Car Driver
Stephen Ramsey    Lear Jet Co-Pilot
Octavia Spencer    Neighbor in Alley
Shannon Sturges    Mrs. Segerstrom
Max Thayer    Desk Officer
Nicholas Vachon    Agusta Pilot #1
Jamison Yang    Broker

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Clark Johnson
Screenwriter    David Ayer
Screenwriter    David McKenna
Story Creator    Ron Mita
Story Creator    Jim McClain
Producer    Neal H. Moritz
Producer    Dan Halsted
Executive Producer    Louis D'Esposito
Production Designer    Mayne Berke
Editor    Michael Tronick
Composer    Elliot Goldenthal
Director of Photography    Gabriel Beristain
Co-Producer    George Huang
Co-Producer    Amanda Cohen
Co-Executive Producer    Todd Black
Assistant Director    Lars Winther
Unit Production Manager    Robert L. Brown
Production Supervisor    Sara E. White
Second Unit Director    M. James Arnett
Art Director    Gershon Ginsburg
Set Decorator    Casey Hallenbeck
Second Unit Camera    Anette Haellmigk
Second Unit Camera    Steven Bernstein
Costume Designer    Christopher Lawrence
Costume Supervisor    Joe McCloskey
Sound Mixer    Steve Nelson
Re-recording Mixer    Jeffrey J. Haboush
Re-recording Mixer    Bill W. Benton
Supervising Sound Editor    Cameron Frankley
Sound Designer    Cameron Frankley
Sound Designer    Paul N. J. Ottosson
Sound Effects Editor    Doug Jackson
Sound Effects Editor    Lisa Hannan
Sound Effects Editor    Peter Brown
Dialogue Editor    Carin Rogers
Dialogue Editor    Scott G.G. Haller
Music Editor    Curtis Roush
Music Editor    Daryl Kell
Music Editor    Will Kaplan
Make up    Deborah Lamia Denaver
Hairstylist    Patty Miller
Music Supervisor    Evyen Klean
Character Creator    Robert Hammer
Casting Director    Sarah Halley Finn
Casting Director    Randi Hiller
Stunt Coordinator    M. James Arnett

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2003/08/08 1 $13,548,444   3,202 $4,231   $13,584,444 1
2003/08/09 1 $13,042,768 -4% 3,202 $4,073   $26,627,212 2
2003/08/10 1 $10,435,323 -20% 3,202 $3,259   $37,062,535 3
2003/08/11 1 $4,555,000 -56% 3,202 $1,423   $41,617,535 4
2003/08/12 1 $4,047,000 -11% 3,202 $1,264   $45,664,535 5
2003/08/13 1 $3,240,000 -20% 3,202 $1,012   $48,904,535 6
2003/08/14 1 $2,550,000 -21% 3,202 $796   $51,454,535 7
2003/08/15 2 $5,645,921 +121% 3,220 $1,753   $57,196,278 8
2003/08/16 2 $7,172,930 +27% 3,220 $2,228   $64,369,208 9
2003/08/17 2 $5,303,635 -26% 3,220 $1,647   $69,672,843 10
2003/08/18 2 $2,053,000 -61% 3,220 $638   $71,728,000 11
2003/08/19 2 $2,064,000 +1% 3,220 $641   $73,790,000 12
2003/08/20 2 $1,763,000 -15% 3,220 $548   $75,553,000 13
2003/08/21 2 $1,713,000 -3% 3,220 $532   $77,266,000 14
2003/08/22 2 $3,475,000 +103% 3,204 $1,085   $80,741,000 15
2003/08/23 2 $4,263,634 +23% 3,204 $1,331   $84,862,958 16
2003/08/24 2 $2,984,107 -30% 3,204 $931   $87,847,065 17
2003/08/25 2 $1,126,000 -62% 3,204 $351   $88,973,000 18
2003/08/26 2 $1,153,000 +2% 3,204 $360   $90,126,000 19
2003/08/27 1 $928,000 -20% 3,204 $290   $91,055,000 20
2003/08/28 1 $868,000 -6% 3,204 $271   $91,922,000 21
2003/08/29 3 $2,234,000 +157% 2,781 $803   $94,156,000 22
2003/08/30 3 $3,064,000 +37% 2,781 $1,102   $97,220,000 23
2003/08/31 5 $3,037,000 -1% 2,781 $1,092   $100,257,000 24
2003/09/01 6 $2,445,000 -19% 2,781 $879   $102,702,000 25
2003/09/02 2 $603,000 -75% 2,781 $217   $103,305,000 26
2003/09/03 4 $473,000 -22% 2,781 $170   $103,778,000 27
2003/09/04 4 $435,000 -8% 2,781 $156   $104,214,000 28
2003/09/05 5 $1,391,000 +220% 2,600 $535   $105,605,000 29
2003/09/06 5 $2,110,825 +52% 2,600 $812   $107,652,960 30
2003/09/07 5 $1,131,057 -46% 2,600 $435   $108,784,017 31
2003/09/08 5 $295,000 -74% 2,600 $113   $109,079,000 32
2003/09/09 4 $364,000 +23% 2,600 $140   $109,442,000 33
2003/09/10 4 $314,000 -14% 2,600 $121   $109,757,000 34
2003/09/11 4 $326,000 +4% 2,600 $125   $110,083,000 35
2003/09/12 7 $783,000 +140% 2,062 $380   $110,866,000 36
2003/09/13 10 $1,237,517 +58% 2,062 $600   $112,107,611 37
2003/09/14 9 $683,701 -45% 2,062 $332   $112,791,312 38
2003/09/15 9 $158,000 -77% 2,062 $77   $112,949,000 39
2003/09/16 7 $194,000 +23% 2,062 $94   $113,143,000 40
2003/09/17 9 $163,000 -16% 2,062 $79   $113,307,000 41
2003/09/18 7 $164,000 +1% 2,062 $80   $113,471,000 42

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2003/08/08 1 $37,062,535   3,202 $11,575   $37,062,535 3
2003/08/15 2 $18,122,486 -51% 3,220 $5,628   $69,672,843 10
2003/08/22 2 $10,581,327 -42% 3,204 $3,303   $87,847,065 17
2003/08/29 3 $8,334,862 -21% 2,781 $2,997   $100,256,983 24
2003/09/05 5 $4,570,388 -45% 2,600 $1,758   $108,784,017 31
2003/09/12 9 $2,708,563 -41% 2,062 $1,314   $112,791,312 38
2003/09/19 15 $1,236,611 -54% 1,278 $968   $114,708,025 45
2003/09/26 20 $486,448 -61% 642 $758   $115,524,018 52
2003/10/03 28 $183,070 -62% 351 $522   $115,832,004 59
2003/10/10 24 $229,622 +25% 237 $969   $116,124,647 66
2003/10/17 26 $168,472 -27% 197 $855   $116,357,927 73
2003/10/24 31 $128,266 -24% 188 $682   $116,521,858 80
2003/10/31 36 $91,815 -28% 169 $543   $116,643,346 87
2003/11/14 39 $55,000   59 $932   $116,820,000 101
2003/11/21 47 $33,766 -39% 69 $489   $116,877,597 108

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