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The Santa Clause 2 (2002)

Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $139,225,854Details
International Box Office $33,600,000
Worldwide Box Office $172,825,854
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Metrics

Latest Ranking on Cumulative Box Office Lists


Movie Details

Production Budget:$65,000,000
Domestic Releases: November 1st, 2002 (Wide) by Walt Disney
MPAA Rating: G for General Audiences
Running Time: 105 minutes
Franchise: Santa Clause
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Keywords: Christmas in November, Christmas, Fat Suit, Family Movie
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Comedy
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Kids Fiction
Production Countries: United States

Ranking on other Records and Milestones

RecordRankRevenueChart
Date
Days In
Release
Biggest 14th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,449 $57,272 Jan 31, 2003 94
Biggest 13th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,348 $93,438 Jan 24, 2003 87
Biggest 12th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,067 $180,629 Jan 17, 2003 80
Biggest 11th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 838 $301,055 Jan 10, 2003 73
Biggest 10th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 471 $816,138 Jan 3, 2003 66
Biggest 9th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 274 $2,070,255 Dec 27, 2002 59
Biggest 8th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 221 $3,204,145 Dec 20, 2002 52
Biggest 7th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 243 $4,051,966 Dec 13, 2002 45
Biggest 6th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 232 $5,327,205 Dec 6, 2002 38
Biggest 5th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 46 $12,133,257 Nov 29, 2002 31
Fastest Movies to Earn $100 Million at the Domestic Box Office 400 $101,453,789 Nov 22, 2002 28
Biggest 4th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 246 $10,210,369 Nov 22, 2002 24
Biggest 3rd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 235 $15,102,078 Nov 15, 2002 17
Biggest 2nd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 231 $24,734,523 Nov 8, 2002 10
Fastest Movies to Earn $50 Million at the Domestic Box Office 477 $52,029,000 Nov 8, 2002 9
Biggest Sunday at the Domestic Box Office 603 $8,621,000 Nov 3, 2002 3
Biggest November Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 103 $29,008,696 Nov 1, 2002 3
Biggest Opening Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 495 $29,008,696 Nov 1, 2002 3
Biggest Weekends at the Domestic Box Office 725 $29,008,696 Nov 1, 2002 3
Widest Opening Weekend 435 3,350 Nov 1, 2002 3
Biggest November Day at the Domestic Box Office 186 $12,860,000 Nov 2, 2002 2
Biggest Saturday at the Domestic Box Office 542 $12,860,000 Nov 2, 2002 2
Biggest Friday at the Domestic Box Office 1,034 $7,528,000 Nov 1, 2002 1

Cast

   Scott Calvin/Santa Claus
Elizabeth Mitchell    Carol Newman
David Krumholtz    Bernard
Bob Bergen    Comet
Bryce Hodgson    Engineer Elf #2
Peter Boyle    Father Time
Kath Soucie    Chet
Kevin Pollak    Cupid
Art LaFleur    Tooth Fairy
Michael Dorn    Sandman
Jay Thomas    Easter Bunny
Judge Reinhold    Neil
Wendy Crewson    Laura Miller
Spencer Breslin    Curtis
Eric Lloyd    Charlie Calvin
Aisha Tyler    Mother Nature

Production and Technical Credits

Director   
Composer    George S. Clinton

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Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2002/11/01 1 $29,008,696   3,350 $8,659   $29,008,696 3
2002/11/08 2 $24,734,523 -15% 3,352 $7,379   $60,038,513 10
2002/11/15 3 $15,102,078 -39% 3,346 $4,513   $82,517,083 17
2002/11/22 4 $10,210,369 -32% 3,251 $3,141   $94,944,099 24
2002/11/29 3 $12,133,257 +19% 2,526 $4,803   $113,587,046 31
2002/12/06 6 $5,327,205 -56% 2,356 $2,261   $120,141,388 38
2002/12/13 8 $4,051,966 -24% 2,207 $1,836   $125,424,182 45
2002/12/20 11 $3,204,145 -21% 1,701 $1,884   $129,836,982 52
2002/12/27 14 $2,070,255 -35% 1,511 $1,370   $135,459,771 59
2003/01/03 20 $816,138 -61% 1,202 $679   $138,277,797 66
2003/01/10 31 $301,055 -63% 550 $547   $138,695,452 73
2003/01/17 35 $180,629 -40% 296 $610   $139,016,718 80
2003/01/24 41 $93,438 -48% 223 $419   $139,136,759 87
2003/01/31 51 $57,272 -39% 145 $395   $139,225,854 94

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2002/11/01 1 $7,528,000   3,350 $2,247   $7,528,000 1
2002/11/02 1 $12,860,000 +71% 3,350 $3,839   $20,388,000 2
2002/11/03 1 $8,621,000 -33% 3,350 $2,573   $29,008,696 3
2002/11/04 1 $1,501,000 -83% 3,350 $448   $30,510,000 4
2002/11/05 1 $2,206,000 +47% 3,350 $659   $32,717,000 5
2002/11/06 2 $1,131,000 -49% 3,350 $338   $33,848,000 6
2002/11/07 1 $1,456,000 +29% 3,350 $435   $35,304,000 7
2002/11/08 2 $5,968,000 +310% 3,352 $1,780   $41,272,000 8
2002/11/09 2 $10,757,000 +80% 3,352 $3,209   $52,029,000 9
2002/11/10 2 $8,011,000 -26% 3,352 $2,390   $60,038,513 10
2002/11/11 2 $4,874,000 -39% 3,352 $1,454   $64,912,000 11
2002/11/12 3 $878,000 -82% 3,352 $262   $65,790,000 12
2002/11/13 3 $781,000 -11% 3,352 $233   $66,571,000 13
2002/11/14 3 $844,000 +8% 3,352 $252   $67,415,000 14
2002/11/15 4 $3,566,459 +323% 3,346 $1,066   $70,981,464 15
2002/11/16 3 $7,125,221 +100% 3,346 $2,129   $78,106,685 16
2002/11/17 3 $4,410,398 -38% 3,346 $1,318   $82,517,083 17
2002/11/18 4 $528,000 -88% 3,346 $158   $83,045,000 18
2002/11/19 4 $569,000 +8% 3,346 $170   $83,614,000 19
2002/11/20 4 $530,000 -7% 3,346 $158   $84,144,000 20
2002/11/21 4 $590,000 +11% 3,346 $176   $84,734,000 21
2002/11/22 6 $2,380,000 +303% 3,251 $732   $87,114,000 22
2002/11/23 4 $4,766,000 +100% 3,251 $1,466   $91,880,000 23
2002/11/24 4 $2,969,556 -38% 3,251 $913   $94,944,099 24
2002/11/25 4 $702,000 -76% 3,251 $216   $95,646,000 25
2002/11/26 3 $1,060,000 +51% 3,251 $326   $96,706,000 26
2002/11/27 5 $1,980,000 +87% 2,526 $784   $98,686,000 27
2002/11/28 3 $2,798,000 +41% 2,526 $1,108   $101,484,000 28
2002/11/29 4 $4,820,000 +72% 2,526 $1,908   $106,304,000 29
2002/11/30 3 $4,699,000 -3% 2,526 $1,860   $111,003,000 30
2002/12/01 4 $2,430,759 -48% 2,526 $962   $113,587,046 31
2002/12/02 6 $351,000 -86% 2,526 $139   $113,938,000 32
2002/12/03 8 $282,000 -20% 2,526 $112   $114,220,000 33
2002/12/04 7 $274,000 -3% 2,526 $108   $114,494,000 34
2002/12/05 4 $320,000 +17% 2,526 $127   $114,814,000 35
2002/12/06 6 $1,310,000 +309% 2,356 $556   $116,124,000 36
2002/12/07 4 $2,488,000 +90% 2,356 $1,056   $118,612,000 37
2002/12/08 6 $1,549,000 -38% 2,356 $657   $120,141,388 38
2002/12/09 6 $274,000 -82% 2,356 $116   $120,415,000 39
2002/12/10 5 $312,000 +14% 2,356 $132   $120,727,000 40
2002/12/11 5 $311,000 n/c 2,356 $132   $121,037,000 41
2002/12/12 5 $335,000 +8% 2,356 $142   $121,372,000 42
2002/12/13 8 $997,000 +198% 2,207 $452   $122,369,000 43
2002/12/14 8 $1,857,530 +86% 2,207 $842   $124,218,260 44
2002/12/15 8 $1,205,922 -35% 2,207 $546   $125,424,182 45
2002/12/16 9 $248,000 -79% 2,207 $112   $125,672,000 46
2002/12/17 8 $286,000 +15% 2,207 $130   $125,958,000 47
2002/12/18 9 $291,458 +2% 2,207 $132   $126,249,289 48
2002/12/19 9 $384,000 +32% 2,207 $174   $126,633,000 49
2002/12/23 8 $1,293,307   1,701 $760   $131,130,289 53
2002/12/24 4 $1,084,602 -16% 1,701 $638   $132,214,891 54

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2002/11/01 1 $35,303,990   3,350 $10,539   $35,303,990 7
2002/11/08 2 $32,111,015 -9% 3,352 $9,580   $67,415,005 14
2002/11/15 3 $17,318,725 -46% 3,346 $5,176   $84,733,730 21
2002/11/22 4 $16,720,059 -3% 3,251 $5,143   $101,453,789 28
2002/11/29 4 $13,360,394 -20% 2,526 $5,289   $114,814,183 35
2002/12/06 6 $6,558,033 -51% 2,356 $2,784   $121,372,216 42
2002/12/13 8 $5,260,621 -20% 2,207 $2,384   $126,632,837 49
2002/12/20 11 $6,756,679 +28% 1,701 $3,972   $133,389,516 56
2002/12/27 14 $4,072,143 -40% 1,511 $2,695   $137,461,659 63
2003/01/03 22 $932,738 -77% 1,202 $776   $138,394,397 70
2003/01/10 31 $441,692 -53% 550 $803   $138,836,089 77
2003/01/17 39 $207,232 -53% 296 $700   $139,043,321 84
2003/01/24 42 $125,261 -40% 223 $562   $139,168,582 91
2003/01/31 53 $57,272 -54% 145 $395   $139,225,854 98

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