Snow White and the Huntsman

Snow White and the Huntsman poster
Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $155,136,755Details
International Box Office $245,804,120
Worldwide Box Office $400,940,875
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $29,278,437 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $19,616,163 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $48,894,600
Further financial details...

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Synopsis

Snow White is the only woman in the land fairer than the evil Queen Ravenna who is out to destroy her. But what the wicked ruler never imagined was that the young woman who has escaped her clutches and now threatens her reign has been training in the art of war with a Huntsman named Eric who was dispatched to capture her.

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics
48% - Rotten
Audience
52% - Spilled

Movie Details

Production Budget:$170,000,000
Theatrical Release: June 1st, 2012 (Wide) by Universal
Video Release: September 11th, 2012 by Universal Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for intense sequences of violence and action, and brief sensuality.
(Rating bulletin 2219, 4/18/2012)
Franchise: Snow White and the Huntsman
Keywords: Sword & Sorcerer, Rebellion, War, Faked Death, Dysfunctional Family, Step-Family, Royalty, Good vs. Evil, Young Child Dealing with the Death of a Parent, Death of a Spouse, Fairies, Non-Chronological, Widow/Widower, Prince/Princess, Voiceover/Narration, Prologue, Mariticide
Source:Based on Folk Tale/Legend/Fairytale
Genre:Adventure
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Fantasy

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Cast

Kristen Stewart    Snow White
Charlize Theron    Evil Queen
Chris Hemsworth    Huntsman
Sam Claflin    Prince
Ian McShane    Ceasar
Bob Hoskins    Costanitne
Ray Winstone    Trajan
Nick Frost    Nion
Toby Jones    Claudius
Johnny Harris    Quert
Brian Gleeson    Gus

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Rupert Sanders
Screenwriter    Evan Daugherty
Screenwriter    John Lee Hancock
Screenwriter    Hossein Amini
Story Creator    Evan Daugherty
Producer    Joe Roth
Producer    Sam Mercer
Executive Producer    Palak Patel
Executive Producer    Gloria Borders
Co-Producer    Sarah Bradshaw
Cinematographer    Greig Fraser
Editor    Conrad Buff
Editor    Neil Smith
Composer    James Newton Howard
Production Designer    Dominic Watkins
Supervising Art Director    Dave Warren
Art Director    John Frankish
Art Director    Stuart Rose
Art Director    Andrew Ackland-Snow
Art Director    Alastair Bullock
Art Director    Oliver Goodier
Set Decorator    Fainche MacCarthy
Costume Designer    Colleen Atwood
Sound Mixer    Chris Munro
Supervising Sound Editor    Craig Henighan
Special Effects Supervisor    Neil Corbould
Special Effects Supervisor    Michael Dawson
Visual Effects Supervisor    Cedric Nicolas-Troyan
Visual Effects Supervisor    Philip Brennan
Visual Effects Producer    Lynda Ellenshaw Thompson
Stunt Coordinator    Steve Dent
Stunt Coordinator    Ben Cooke
Make-up and Prosthetic Effects Designer    David White
Associate Producer    Laurie Boccaccio
Assistant Director    Richard Whelan
Second Unit Director    John Mahaffie
Casting Director    Lucy Bevan

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2012/06/01 1 $20,468,525   3,773 $5,425   $20,468,525 1
2012/06/02 1 $21,034,475 +3% 3,773 $5,575   $41,503,000 2
2012/06/03 1 $14,714,700 -30% 3,773 $3,900   $56,217,700 3
2012/06/04 1 $5,376,525 -63% 3,773 $1,425   $61,594,225 4
2012/06/05 1 $5,565,175 +4% 3,773 $1,475   $67,159,400 5
2012/06/06 1 $4,244,445 -24% 3,773 $1,125   $71,403,845 6
2012/06/07 1 $4,074,840 -4% 3,773 $1,080   $75,478,685 7
2012/06/08 3 $7,478,665 +84% 3,777 $1,980   $82,957,350 8
2012/06/09 3 $8,913,720 +19% 3,777 $2,360   $91,871,070 9
2012/06/10 3 $6,666,405 -25% 3,777 $1,765   $98,537,475 10
2012/06/11 3 $2,681,670 -60% 3,777 $710   $101,219,145 11
2012/06/12 3 $2,966,750 +11% 3,777 $785   $104,185,895 12
2012/06/13 3 $2,400,090 -19% 3,777 $635   $106,585,985 13
2012/06/14 3 $2,211,050 -8% 3,777 $585   $108,797,035 14
2012/06/15 5 $4,069,880 +84% 3,701 $1,100   $112,866,915 15
2012/06/16 4 $5,291,200 +30% 3,701 $1,430   $118,158,115 16
2012/06/17 4 $3,904,555 -26% 3,701 $1,055   $122,062,670 17
2012/06/18 4 $1,741,305 -55% 3,701 $470   $123,803,975 18
2012/06/19 3 $1,907,850 +10% 3,701 $515   $125,711,825 19
2012/06/20 3 $1,704,265 -11% 3,701 $460   $127,416,090 20
2012/06/21 3 $1,626,630 -5% 3,701 $440   $129,042,720 21
2012/06/22 6 $2,495,745 +53% 2,919 $855   $131,538,465 22
2012/06/23 5 $3,269,280 +31% 2,919 $1,120   $134,807,745 23
2012/06/24 6 $2,320,605 -29% 2,919 $795   $137,128,350 24
2012/06/25 6 $1,109,220 -52% 2,919 $380   $138,237,570 25
2012/06/26 6 $1,167,600 +5% 2,919 $400   $139,405,170 26
2012/06/27 6 $905,050 -22% 2,919 $310   $140,310,220 27
2012/06/28 5 $875,700 -3% 2,919 $300   $141,185,920 28
2012/06/29 10 $1,343,775 +53% 2,337 $575   $142,529,695 29
2012/06/30 10 $1,776,120 +32% 2,337 $760   $144,305,815 30
2012/07/01 9 $1,378,830 -22% 2,337 $590   $145,684,645 31
2012/07/02 11 $654,360 -53% 2,337 $280   $146,339,005 32
2012/07/03 10 $549,735 -16% 1,641 $335   $146,888,740 33
2012/07/04 11 $656,400 +19% 1,641 $400   $147,545,140 34
2012/07/05 12 $443,070 -33% 1,641 $270   $147,988,210 35
2012/07/06 - $564,480 +27% 1,152 $490   $148,552,690 36
2012/07/07 - $731,555 +30% 1,152 $635   $149,284,245 37
2012/07/08 - $472,320 -35% 1,152 $410   $149,756,565 38
2012/07/09 15 $207,360 -56% 1,152 $180   $149,963,925 39
2012/07/10 16 $236,160 +14% 1,152 $205   $150,200,085 40
2012/07/11 15 $206,845 -12% 1,152 $180   $150,406,930 41
2012/07/12 16 $201,600 -3% 1,152 $175   $150,608,530 42
2012/07/13 - $311,420 +54% 677 $460   $150,919,950 43
2012/07/14 - $436,665 +40% 677 $645   $151,356,615 44
2012/07/15 - $274,185 -37% 677 $405   $151,630,800 45
2012/07/16 13 $135,400 -51% 677 $200   $151,766,200 46
2012/07/17 13 $151,990 +12% 677 $225   $151,918,190 47
2012/07/18 14 $128,630 -15% 677 $190   $152,046,820 48
2012/07/19 - $115,090 -11% 677 $170   $152,161,910 49
2012/07/20 - $126,790 +10% 409 $310   $152,288,700 50
2012/07/21 - $179,960 +42% 409 $440   $152,468,660 51
2012/07/22 - $120,655 -33% 409 $295   $152,589,315 52
2012/07/23 - $67,485 -44% 409 $165   $152,656,800 53
2012/07/24 - $75,665 +12% 409 $185   $152,732,465 54
2012/07/25 - $63,195 -16% 409 $155   $152,795,660 55
2012/07/26 - $71,575 +13% 409 $175   $152,867,235 56
2012/07/27 - $115,375 +61% 355 $325   $152,982,610 57
2012/07/28 - $163,300 +42% 355 $460   $153,145,910 58
2012/07/29 - $115,375 -29% 355 $325   $153,261,285 59
2012/07/30 - $56,885 -51% 355 $160   $153,318,170 60
2012/07/31 - $69,225 +22% 355 $195   $153,387,395 61
2012/08/01 - $63,725 -8% 355 $180   $153,451,120 62
2012/08/02 - $62,125 -3% 355 $175   $153,513,245 63
2012/08/03 - $92,685 +49% 309 $300   $153,605,930 64
2012/08/04 - $128,235 +38% 309 $415   $153,734,165 65
2012/08/05 - $95,790 -25% 309 $310   $153,829,955 66
2012/08/06 - $49,440 -48% 309 $160   $153,879,395 67
2012/08/07 - $52,530 +6% 309 $170   $153,931,925 68
2012/08/08 - $46,350 -12% 309 $150   $153,978,275 69
2012/08/09 - $46,435 n/c 309 $150   $154,024,710 70
2012/08/10 - $81,885 +76% 273 $300   $154,106,595 71
2012/08/11 - $116,025 +42% 273 $425   $154,222,620 72
2012/08/12 - $76,440 -34% 273 $280   $154,299,060 73
2012/08/13 - $35,490 -54% 273 $130   $154,334,550 74
2012/08/14 - $40,950 +15% 273 $150   $154,375,500 75
2012/08/15 - $38,220 -7% 270 $142   $154,413,720 76
2012/08/16 - $38,325 n/c 270 $142   $154,452,045 77
2012/08/17 - $67,095 +75% 244 $275   $154,519,140 78
2012/08/18 - $87,840 +31% 244 $360   $154,606,980 79
2012/08/19 - $53,680 -39% 244 $220   $154,660,660 80
2012/08/20 - $24,405 -55% 244 $100   $154,685,065 81
2012/08/21 - $26,840 +10% 244 $110   $154,711,905 82
2012/08/22 - $25,620 -5% 244 $105   $154,737,525 83
2012/08/23 - $24,505 -4% 244 $100   $154,762,030 84
2012/08/24 - $45,590 +86% 194 $235   $154,807,620 85
2012/08/25 - $70,810 +55% 194 $365   $154,878,430 86
2012/08/26 - $38,825 -45% 194 $200   $154,917,255 87
2012/08/27 - $15,520 -60% 194 $80   $154,932,775 88
2012/08/28 - $16,490 +6% 194 $85   $154,949,265 89
2012/08/29 - $13,580 -18% 194 $70   $154,962,845 90
2012/08/30 - $14,550 +7% 194 $75   $154,977,395 91
2012/08/31 - $25,025 +72% 143 $175   $155,002,420 92
2012/09/01 - $42,185 +69% 143 $295   $155,044,605 93
2012/09/02 - $37,180 -12% 143 $260   $155,081,785 94
2012/09/03 - $30,030 -19% 143 $210   $155,111,815 95
2012/09/04 - $8,580 -71% 143 $60   $155,120,395 96
2012/09/05 - $7,865 -8% 143 $55   $155,128,260 97
2012/09/06 - $8,495 +8% 143 $59   $155,136,755 98

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2012/06/01 1 $56,217,700   3,773 $14,900   $56,217,700 3
2012/06/08 3 $23,058,790 -59% 3,777 $6,105   $98,537,475 10
2012/06/15 5 $13,265,635 -42% 3,701 $3,584   $122,062,670 17
2012/06/22 5 $8,085,630 -39% 2,919 $2,770   $137,128,350 24
2012/06/29 9 $4,498,725 -44% 2,337 $1,925   $145,684,645 31
2012/07/06 15 $1,768,355 -61% 1,152 $1,535   $149,756,565 38
2012/07/13 13 $1,022,270 -42% 677 $1,510   $151,630,800 45
2012/07/20 16 $427,405 -58% 409 $1,045   $152,589,315 52
2012/07/27 19 $394,050 -8% 355 $1,110   $153,261,285 59
2012/08/03 22 $316,710 -20% 309 $1,025   $153,829,955 66
2012/08/10 25 $274,350 -13% 273 $1,005   $154,299,060 73
2012/08/17 27 $208,615 -24% 244 $855   $154,660,660 80
2012/08/24 34 $155,225 -26% 194 $800   $154,917,255 87
2012/08/31 42 $104,390 -33% 143 $730   $155,081,785 94

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
9/16/20121753,135 753,135$12,795,764$12,795,7641
9/23/20122249,667-67% 1,002,802$4,983,353$17,779,1172
9/30/2012398,495-61% 1,101,297$1,965,960$19,745,0773
10/7/2012558,417-41% 1,159,714$1,166,003$20,911,0804
10/14/20121144,790-23% 1,204,504$894,008$21,805,0895
10/21/20121844,540-1% 1,249,044$762,525$22,567,6146
10/28/20122328,732-35% 1,277,776$430,693$22,998,3067
11/4/20121848,014+67% 1,325,790$719,730$23,718,0368
11/11/20122730,883-36% 1,356,673$462,010$24,180,0469
11/25/201221137,601 1,507,342$1,433,802$25,809,34611
12/2/20123052,556-62% 1,559,898$651,169$26,460,51412

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
9/16/20121512,007 512,007$10,506,384$10,506,3841
9/23/20123109,357-79% 621,364$2,731,725$13,238,1092
9/30/2012347,563-57% 668,926$1,184,316$14,422,4253
10/7/2012429,809-37% 698,735$738,663$15,161,0884
10/14/2012821,575-28% 720,311$510,907$15,671,9955
10/21/20121315,308-29% 735,618$305,542$15,977,5376
10/28/20121910,597-31% 746,215$211,400$16,188,9377
11/4/20121314,699+39% 760,914$293,696$16,482,6338
11/25/20121781,504 854,172$1,104,381$17,746,26611
12/2/20121448,744-40% 902,916$965,128$18,711,39412

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