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Scream 3 (2000)

Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $89,138,076Details
International Box Office $72,700,000Details
Worldwide Box Office $161,838,076
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Metrics

Latest Ranking on Cumulative Box Office Lists

RecordRankAmount
All Time Domestic Box Office (Rank 701-800) 786 $89,138,076
All Time International Box Office (Rank 1,101-1,200) 1,125 $72,700,000
All Time Worldwide Box Office (Rank 901-1,000) 917 $161,838,076
All Time Domestic Box Office for R Movies (Rank 101-200) 188 $89,138,076
All Time International Box Office for R Movies (Rank 201-300) 283 $72,700,000
All Time Worldwide Box Office for R Movies (Rank 201-300) 219 $161,838,076

See the Box Office tab (Domestic) and International tab (International and Worldwide) for more Cumulative Box Office Records.


Movie Details

Production Budget:$40,000,000
Domestic Releases: February 4th, 2000 (Wide) by Miramax
Video Release: July 4th, 2000 by Dimension Home
MPAA Rating: R for strong horror violence and language
Running Time: 117 minutes
Franchise: Scream
Comparisons: vs. Scream 4
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Keywords: Dysfunctional Family, Sex Crimes, Gratuitous Cameos, Movie Business, Surprise Twist, Teenage Slasher, Spoof, Prologue
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Horror
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Countries: United States

Ranking on other Records and Milestones

RecordRankAmountChart
Date
Days In
Release
Washington's Birthday (All Movies, 3-Day) 110 $9,884,695 Feb 18, 2000 17
Washington's Birthday (All Movies, 3-Day, Inflation Adjusted) 111 $16,321,667 Feb 18, 2000 17
Washington's Birthday (All Movies, 4-Day, Fri-Mon) 97 $11,151,900 Feb 18, 2000 17
Washington's Birthday (All Movies, 4-Day, Fri-Mon, Inflation Adjusted) 88 $18,414,083 Feb 18, 2000 17
Fastest to $50m 491 $53,642,875 Feb 11, 2000 9
Biggest Domestic February Weekend 22 $34,713,342 Feb 4, 2000 3
Top Horror Weekend Domestic 20 $34,713,342 Feb 4, 2000 3
Top Miramax Weekend Domestic 1 $34,713,342 Feb 4, 2000 3
Top R Weekend Domestic 68 $34,713,342 Feb 4, 2000 3
Biggest Domestic February Day 59 $13,887,000 Feb 5, 2000 2

Cast

David Arquette    Dwight "Dewey" Riley
Neve Campbell    Sidney Prescott
Courteney Cox    Gale Weathers
Patrick Dempsey    Detective Kincaid
Scott Foley    Roman Bridger
Lance Henriksen    John Milton
Matt Keeslar    Tom Prinze
Jenny McCarthy    Sarah Darling/Tatum in Stab 3
Emily Mortimer    Angelina Tyler/Sidney in Stab 3
Parker Posey    Gale in Stab 3
Deon Richmond    Gabe Tucker/Joel in Stab 3
Carrie Fisher    Lynn McCay
Roger Jackson    Phone Voice
Kelly Rutherford    Christine
Liev Schreiber    Cotton Weary
Patrick Warburton    Steven Stone
Jamie Kennedy    Randy Meeks, in Video
Jason Mewes    Jay
Heather Matarazzo    Martha Meeks
Kevin Smith    Silent Bob
Wes Craven    Man with Video Camera on Studio Tour

Production and Technical Credits

Director   
Executive Producer    Harvey Weinstein
Executive Producer    Bob Weinstein
Composer    Marco Beltrami
Re-recording Mixer    Tim Chau

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Domestic Cumulative Box Office Records


Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2000/02/04 1 $34,713,342   3,467 $10,013   $34,713,342 1
2000/02/11 1 $16,318,053 -53% 3,467 $4,707   $56,978,971 2
2000/02/18 6 $9,884,695 -39% 3,368 $2,935   $71,434,782 3
2000/02/25 8 $5,021,034 -49% 3,099 $1,620   $78,100,871 4
2000/03/03 15 $2,864,360 -43% 1,826 $1,569   $82,153,193 5
2000/03/10 16 $1,540,805 -46% 1,447 $1,065   $84,454,225 6
2000/03/17 20 $894,540 -42% 1,316 $680   $85,925,084 7
2000/03/24 27 $325,365 -64% 763 $426   $86,520,105 8
2000/03/31 34 $134,416 -59% 306 $439   $86,789,166 9
2000/04/07 44 $63,804 -53% 198 $322   $86,896,985 10
2000/04/14 66 $25,333 -60% 123 $206   $86,947,169 11
2000/04/21 67 $29,357 +16% 68 $432   $86,992,506 12
2000/04/28 20 $656,627 +2,137% 1,108 $593   $87,656,929 13
2000/05/05 29 $152,987 -77% 482 $317   $88,020,493 14
2000/05/12 24 $280,059 +83% 501 $559   $88,361,586 15
2000/05/19 36 $131,250 -53% 375 $350   $88,646,095 16
2000/05/26 38 $200,644 +53% 206 $974   $88,922,632 17
2000/06/02 49 $68,726 -66% 148 $464   $89,034,076 18
2000/06/09 58 $43,921 -36% 110 $399   $89,103,389 19
2000/06/16 74 $20,398 -54% 64 $319   $89,138,076 20

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2000/02/04 1 $13,309,000   3,465 $3,841   $13,309,000 1
2000/02/05 1 $13,887,000 +4% 3,465 $4,008   $27,196,000 2
2000/02/06 1 $7,517,000 -46% 3,467 $2,168   $34,713,000 3
2000/02/07 1 $1,840,441 -76% 3,467 $531   $36,553,783 4
2000/02/08 1 $1,842,875 n/c 3,467 $532   $38,396,658 5
2000/02/09 1 $1,457,687 -21% 3,467 $420   $39,854,345 6
2000/02/10 1 $1,494,861 +3% 3,467 $431   $41,349,206 7
2000/02/11 1 $4,723,546 +216% 3,467 $1,362   $46,072,752 8
2000/02/12 1 $7,570,123 +60% 3,467 $2,183   $53,642,875 9
2000/02/13 3 $3,701,000 -51% 3,467 $1,067   $56,978,971 10
2000/02/14 2 $2,089,434 -44% 3,467 $603   $59,068,405 11
2000/02/15 2 $1,038,151 -50% 3,467 $299   $60,106,556 12
2000/02/16 2 $845,640 -19% 3,467 $244   $60,952,196 13
2000/02/17 2 $893,463 +6% 3,467 $258   $61,845,659 14
2000/02/18 5 $2,233,000 +150% 3,467 $644   $64,078,659 15
2000/02/19 5 $3,762,000 +68% 3,370 $1,116   $67,840,659 16
2000/02/20 6 $3,093,000 -18% 3,370 $918   $70,934,000 17
2000/02/21 6 $1,267,205 -59% 3,368 $376   $71,434,782 18
2000/02/22 7 $647,693 -49% 3,368 $192   $72,082,475 19
2000/02/23 6 $510,115 -21% 3,368 $151   $72,592,590 20
2000/02/24 6 $541,715 +6% 3,368 $161   $73,134,305 21
2000/02/25 7 $1,398,000 +158% 3,100 $451   $74,532,305 22
2000/02/26 9 $2,051,000 +47% 3,100 $662   $76,583,305 23
2000/02/27 8 $1,209,000 -41% 3,099 $390   $78,100,871 24
2000/02/28 9 $285,354 -76% 3,099 $92   $78,386,225 25
2000/02/29 10 $305,264 +7% 3,099 $99   $78,691,489 26
2000/03/01 11 $270,219 -11% 3,099 $87   $78,961,708 27
2000/03/02 10 $291,382 +8% 3,099 $94   $79,253,090 28
2000/03/05 15 $721,000   1,826 $395   $82,153,193 31
2000/03/06 15 $194,328 -73% 1,826 $106   $82,347,521 32
2000/03/07 14 $197,503 +2% 1,826 $108   $82,545,024 33
2000/03/08 14 $169,439 -14% 1,826 $93   $82,714,463 34
2000/03/12 14 $389,000   1,447 $269   $84,454,225 38
2000/03/13 17 $139,328 -64% 1,447 $96   $84,593,553 39
2000/03/14 16 $154,961 +11% 1,447 $107   $84,748,514 40
2000/03/15 16 $135,814 -12% 1,447 $94   $84,884,328 41
2000/03/16 15 $148,138 +9% 1,447 $102   $85,032,466 42
2000/03/19 18 $210,000   1,316 $160   $85,925,084 45
2000/03/20 17 $71,209 -66% 1,316 $54   $85,996,293 46
2000/03/21 17 $66,714 -6% 1,316 $51   $86,063,007 47
2000/03/22 17 $54,685 -18% 1,316 $42   $86,117,692 48

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2000/02/04 1 $40,660,918   3,467 $11,728   $40,660,918 1
2000/02/11 1 $20,889,169 -49% 3,467 $6,025   $61,550,087 2
2000/02/18 6 $11,529,750 -45% 3,368 $3,423   $73,079,837 3
2000/02/25 8 $6,208,996 -46% 3,099 $2,004   $79,288,833 4
2000/03/03 15 $3,624,587 -42% 1,826 $1,985   $82,913,420 5
2000/03/10 17 $2,117,124 -42% 1,447 $1,463   $85,030,544 6
2000/03/17 20 $1,164,196 -45% 1,316 $885   $86,194,740 7
2000/03/24 27 $460,010 -60% 763 $603   $86,654,750 8
2000/03/31 36 $178,431 -61% 306 $583   $86,833,181 9
2000/04/07 45 $88,655 -50% 198 $448   $86,921,836 10
2000/04/14 66 $41,313 -53% 123 $336   $86,963,149 11
2000/04/21 69 $37,153 -10% 68 $546   $87,000,302 12
2000/04/28 21 $867,204 +2,234% 1,108 $783   $87,867,506 13
2000/05/05 30 $214,021 -75% 482 $444   $88,081,527 14
2000/05/12 25 $433,318 +102% 501 $865   $88,514,845 15
2000/05/19 36 $207,143 -52% 375 $552   $88,721,988 16
2000/05/26 38 $243,362 +17% 206 $1,181   $88,965,350 17
2000/06/02 51 $94,118 -61% 148 $636   $89,059,468 18
2000/06/09 61 $58,210 -38% 110 $529   $89,117,678 19
2000/06/16 78 $20,398 -65% 64 $319   $89,138,076 20

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
5/8/2011199,531 9,531$90,453$90,453566

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