Safe House

Safe House poster
Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $126,181,630Details
International Box Office $82,360,532
Worldwide Box Office $208,542,162
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $24,749,320 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $11,778,837 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $36,528,157
Further financial details...

  1. Summary
  2. News
  3. Box Office
  4. Video Sales
  5. Full Financials
  6. Cast & Crew
  7. Trailer

Synopsis

The most dangerous renegade from the CIA, comes back onto the grid after a decade on the run. When the South African safe house he's remanded to is attacked by mercenaries, a rookie operative escapes with him. Now, the unlikely allies must stay alive long enough to uncover who wants them dead. For the past year, Matt Weston has been frustrated by his inactive, backwater post in Cape Town. A "housekeeper" who aspires to be a full-fledged agent, the loyal company man has been waiting for an opportunity to prove himself. When the first and only occupant he’s had proves to be the most dangerous man he’s ever met, Weston readies for duty. Tobin Frost has eluded capture for almost a decade. One of the best ops men that the CIA’s known, the ex-intelligence officer has given up assets and sold military intel to anyone with cash since he turned. From trading secrets to North Korea to aiding splinter cells, the damage he’s done to the U.S. is immeasurable. And he’s now back on the reservation with a secret. As soon as Frost is brought in for debriefing, mercenaries come and tear apart Weston’s safe house. Barely escaping, the unlikely partners must discover if their attackers have been sent by terrorists or someone on the inside who will kill anyone standing in the way. Now it’s up to Weston to figure out who he can trust before they’re both eliminated from the game.

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics RottenAudience Upright
Critics
53% - Rotten
Audience
64% - Upright

Movie Details

Production Budget:$85,000,000
Domestic Releases: February 10th, 2012 (Wide) by Universal, released as Safe House
Video Release: June 5th, 2012 by Fox Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: R for strong violence throughout and some language.
(Rating bulletin 2206, 1/8/2012)
Running Time: 114 minutes
Franchise: Safe House
Keywords: Car Chase, Voiceover/Narration, Government Corruption, Intertitle, Surprise Twist, Fugitive / On the Run, Corrupt Cops, Secret Agent
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Thriller/Suspense
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: Universal Pictures, Relativity Media, Bluegrass Films

Cast

   Tobin Frost
   Matt Weston
Vera Farmiga    Linklater Catherine
Brendan Gleeson    David Barlow
Sam Shepard    Harlan Whitford
Ruben Blades    Corlos Villar
Nora Arnezeder    Ana Moreau
Robert Patrick    Daniel Kiefer
Liam Cunningham    Alec Wade
Joel Kinnaman    Keller
Fares Fares    Vargas
Jena Dover    CIA Analyst
Stephen Rider    CIA Analyst
Daniel Fox    CIA Analyst
Tracie Thoms    CIA Analyst
Sara Arrington    CIA Analyst
Kenneth Fok    CIA Analysts
Bryan Van Niekerk    Linklater's Assistant
Nicole Sherwin    Whitford's Assistant
Pope Jerrod    Beck
Allen Irwin    Greer
Jake McLaughlin    Miller
Aiden Bennetts    Ericksson
Vernon Willemse    Velez
Traian Milenov    Vargas Lieutenant
Dumani Mtya    Vargas Lieutenant
Thembaletu Tyutu    Vargas Lieutenant
Oliver Bailey    Vargas Lieutenant
Roy Taylor    Vargas Lieutenant
Boris Martinez    Stirp Club Mercenary
Stephen Bishop    Marine Guard
Scott Sparrow    Marine Guard
Justin Shaw    Private Security Guard
Fana Mokeona    Officer-in-Charge
Jody J. Abrahams    Stadium Cop
Dirk Stoltz    Stadium Cop
Craig Palm    Stadium Cop
Craig Hawks    Stadium Cop
Tyrone Dadd    Stadium Cop
Tilly Powell    Woman Trampled
Lynita Crofford    Reporter at Stadium
Tanit Phoenix    Hostess
Abul Ntotera    Businessman
Ayabonga Mtekeli    Boy
Nambitha Mpumlwana    Illana
Lelethu Nongalaza    Ernestine
Namhla Tshuka    Villar Daughter
Simphiwe Mabuya    Villar Son-In-Law
Louis Gouws    BMW Driver
Jerry Mofokeng    Man at Mint
Robert Hobbs    Morgan
John C. King    CNN Reporter
Bruce Young    CIA Aide - S.A.
Aidan Whytock    CIA Aide - S.A.
Geon Nel    CIA Aide - S.A.

Production and Technical Credits

Director   
Screenwriter    David Guggenheim
Producer    Scott Stuber
Executive Producer    Denzel Washington
Executive Producer    Adam Merims
Executive Producer    Alexa Faigen
Executive Producer    Trevor Macy
Executive Producer    Marc D. Evans
Director of Photography    Oliver Wood
Production Designer    Brigitte Broch
Editor    Richard Pearson
Costume Designer    Susan Matheson
Composer    Ramin Djawadi
Casting Director    Sarah Halley Finn

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Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2012/02/10 2 $13,645,625   3,118 $4,376   $13,645,625 1
2012/02/11 2 $16,281,180 +19% 3,118 $5,222   $29,926,805 2
2012/02/12 1 $10,245,915 -37% 3,118 $3,286   $40,172,720 3
2012/02/13 2 $2,946,470 -71% 3,118 $945   $43,119,190 4
2012/02/14 2 $6,082,050 +106% 3,118 $1,951   $49,201,240 5
2012/02/15 2 $2,510,795 -59% 3,118 $805   $51,712,035 6
2012/02/16 2 $2,557,580 +2% 3,118 $820   $54,269,615 7
2012/02/17 3 $6,491,680 +154% 3,121 $2,080   $60,761,295 8
2012/02/18 1 $9,737,520 +50% 3,121 $3,120   $70,498,815 9
2012/02/19 1 $7,412,375 -24% 3,121 $2,375   $77,911,190 10
2012/02/20 2 $3,901,250 -47% 3,121 $1,250   $81,812,440 11
2012/02/21 1 $1,981,335 -49% 3,121 $635   $83,793,775 12
2012/02/22 1 $1,467,125 -26% 3,121 $470   $85,260,900 13
2012/02/23 1 $1,435,660 -2% 3,121 $460   $86,696,560 14
2012/02/24 5 $3,158,820 +120% 3,052 $1,035   $89,855,380 15
2012/02/25 4 $5,020,540 +59% 3,052 $1,645   $94,875,920 16
2012/02/26 4 $2,746,785 -45% 3,052 $900   $97,622,705 17
2012/02/27 3 $824,040 -70% 3,052 $270   $98,446,745 18
2012/02/28 2 $961,380 +17% 3,052 $315   $99,408,125 19
2012/02/29 2 $762,845 -21% 3,052 $250   $100,170,970 20
2012/03/01 2 $793,520 +4% 3,052 $260   $100,964,490 21
2012/03/02 4 $1,927,515 +143% 2,553 $755   $102,892,005 22
2012/03/03 4 $3,484,845 +81% 2,553 $1,365   $106,376,850 23
2012/03/04 4 $1,978,575 -43% 2,553 $775   $108,355,425 24
2012/03/05 4 $598,690 -70% 2,553 $235   $108,954,115 25
2012/03/06 4 $700,850 +17% 2,553 $275   $109,654,965 26
2012/03/07 4 $561,660 -20% 2,553 $220   $110,216,625 27
2012/03/08 4 $587,190 +5% 2,553 $230   $110,803,815 28
2012/03/09 7 $1,339,835 +128% 2,144 $625   $112,143,650 29
2012/03/10 7 $2,239,795 +67% 2,144 $1,045   $114,383,445 30
2012/03/11 7 $1,221,880 -45% 2,144 $570   $115,605,325 31
2012/03/12 7 $451,300 -63% 2,144 $210   $116,056,625 32
2012/03/13 7 $546,720 +21% 2,144 $255   $116,603,345 33
2012/03/14 7 $438,450 -20% 2,144 $205   $117,041,795 34
2012/03/15 7 $451,300 +3% 2,144 $210   $117,493,095 35
2012/03/16 7 $825,600 +83% 1,920 $430   $118,318,695 36
2012/03/17 7 $1,190,400 +44% 1,920 $620   $119,509,095 37
2012/03/18 8 $700,795 -41% 1,920 $365   $120,209,890 38
2012/03/19 6 $239,845 -66% 1,920 $125   $120,449,735 39
2012/03/20 7 $278,400 +16% 1,920 $145   $120,728,135 40
2012/03/21 7 $230,355 -17% 1,920 $120   $120,958,490 41
2012/03/22 7 $220,825 -4% 1,920 $115   $121,179,315 42
2012/03/23 9 $385,700 +75% 1,330 $290   $121,565,015 43
2012/03/24 8 $664,885 +72% 1,330 $500   $122,229,900 44
2012/03/25 11 $352,450 -47% 1,330 $265   $122,582,350 45
2012/03/26 9 $119,700 -66% 1,330 $90   $122,702,050 46
2012/03/27 9 $140,305 +17% 1,330 $105   $122,842,355 47
2012/03/28 8 $126,350 -10% 1,330 $95   $122,968,705 48
2012/03/29 8 $133,025 +5% 1,330 $100   $123,101,730 49
2012/03/30 12 $215,055 +62% 1,330 $162   $123,316,785 50
2012/03/31 10 $368,165 +71% 1,330 $277   $123,684,950 51
2012/04/01 12 $196,830 -47% 1,330 $148   $123,881,780 52
2012/04/02 13 $61,965 -69% 1,330 $47   $123,943,745 53
2012/04/03 13 $80,190 +29% 1,330 $60   $124,023,935 54
2012/04/04 14 $62,255 -22% 1,330 $47   $124,086,190 55
2012/04/05 13 $83,970 +35% 1,330 $63   $124,170,160 56
2012/04/06 11 $216,900 +158% 482 $450   $124,387,060 57
2012/04/07 10 $228,950 +6% 482 $475   $124,616,010 58
2012/04/08 11 $130,140 -43% 482 $270   $124,746,150 59
2012/04/09 13 $53,020 -59% 482 $110   $124,799,170 60
2012/04/10 13 $50,610 -5% 482 $105   $124,849,780 61
2012/04/11 - $43,380 -14% 482 $90   $124,893,160 62
2012/04/12 - $45,985 +6% 482 $95   $124,939,145 63
2012/04/13 - $100,170 +118% 371 $270   $125,039,315 64
2012/04/14 - $161,385 +61% 371 $435   $125,200,700 65
2012/04/15 - $76,055 -53% 371 $205   $125,276,755 66
2012/04/16 - $22,260 -71% 371 $60   $125,299,015 67
2012/04/17 - $29,680 +33% 371 $80   $125,328,695 68
2012/04/18 - $22,345 -25% 371 $60   $125,351,040 69
2012/04/19 - $25,970 +16% 371 $70   $125,377,010 70
2012/04/20 - $66,225 +155% 301 $220   $125,443,235 71
2012/04/21 - $106,855 +61% 301 $355   $125,550,090 72
2012/04/22 - $57,190 -46% 301 $190   $125,607,280 73
2012/04/23 - $19,565 -66% 301 $65   $125,626,845 74
2012/04/24 - $22,575 +15% 301 $75   $125,649,420 75
2012/04/25 - $19,455 -14% 301 $65   $125,668,875 76
2012/04/26 - $20,950 +8% 301 $70   $125,689,825 77
2012/04/27 - $49,130 +135% 229 $215   $125,738,955 78
2012/04/28 - $75,680 +54% 229 $330   $125,814,635 79
2012/04/29 - $41,220 -46% 229 $180   $125,855,855 80
2012/05/01 - $16,030   229 $70   $125,871,885 82
2012/05/02 - $14,885 -7% 229 $65   $125,886,770 83
2012/05/04 - $32,375   175 $185   $125,946,525 85
2012/05/05 - $48,125 +49% 175 $275   $125,994,650 86
2012/05/06 - $26,250 -45% 175 $150   $126,020,900 87
2012/05/07 - $9,625 -63% 175 $55   $126,030,525 88
2012/05/08 - $11,375 +18% 175 $65   $126,041,900 89
2012/05/09 - $11,295 -1% 175 $65   $126,053,195 90
2012/05/10 - $11,445 +1% 175 $65   $126,064,640 91
2012/05/11 - $25,160 +120% 136 $185   $126,089,800 92
2012/05/12 - $34,000 +35% 136 $250   $126,123,800 93
2012/05/13 - $25,855 -24% 136 $190   $126,149,655 94
2012/05/14 - $7,480 -71% 136 $55   $126,157,135 95
2012/05/15 - $8,840 +18% 136 $65   $126,165,975 96
2012/05/16 - $7,495 -15% 136 $55   $126,173,470 97
2012/05/17 - $8,160 +9% 136 $60   $126,181,630 98

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2012/02/10 2 $40,172,720   3,119 $12,880   $40,172,720 3
2012/02/17 1 $23,641,575 -41% 3,121 $7,575   $77,911,190 10
2012/02/24 4 $10,926,145 -54% 3,052 $3,580   $97,622,705 17
2012/03/02 4 $7,390,935 -32% 2,553 $2,895   $108,355,425 24
2012/03/09 7 $4,801,510 -35% 2,144 $2,240   $115,605,325 31
2012/03/16 7 $2,716,795 -43% 1,920 $1,415   $120,209,890 38
2012/03/23 9 $1,403,035 -48% 1,330 $1,055   $122,582,350 45
2012/03/30 12 $780,050 -44% 729 $1,070   $123,881,780 52
2012/04/06 10 $575,990 -26% 482 $1,195   $124,746,150 59
2012/04/13 18 $337,610 -41% 371 $910   $125,276,755 66
2012/04/20 21 $230,270 -32% 301 $765   $125,607,280 73
2012/04/27 25 $166,030 -28% 229 $725   $125,855,855 80
2012/05/04 28 $106,750 -36% 175 $610   $126,020,900 87
2012/05/11 32 $85,015 -20% 136 $625   $126,149,655 94

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
6/10/20122585,930 585,930$9,954,951$9,954,9511
6/17/20125212,795-64% 798,725$3,828,182$13,783,1332
6/24/20125121,201-43% 919,926$2,180,406$15,963,5393
7/1/20121176,379-37% 996,305$1,371,003$17,334,5424
7/8/2012872,195-5% 1,068,500$1,298,788$18,633,3305
7/15/20121355,088-24% 1,123,588$987,728$19,621,0586
7/22/20121447,388-14% 1,170,976$757,734$20,378,7927
7/29/20121749,510+4% 1,220,486$738,689$21,117,4818
8/5/20121250,184+1% 1,270,670$732,185$21,849,6669
8/12/20122217,171-66% 1,287,841$250,010$22,099,67510
8/19/20122914,041-18% 1,301,882$206,262$22,305,93811

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
6/10/20123264,650 264,650$5,748,197$5,748,1971
6/17/2012484,605-68% 349,255$2,029,670$7,777,8672
6/24/2012542,954-49% 392,209$1,030,471$8,808,3383
7/1/2012821,270-50% 413,479$502,401$9,310,7394
7/8/20121023,488+10% 436,967$561,373$9,872,1125
7/15/20121017,520-25% 454,487$412,240$10,284,3526
7/22/20122012,618-28% 467,105$292,113$10,576,4657
7/29/20122011,871-6% 478,976$238,125$10,814,5908

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