Starsky & Hutch

Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $88,200,225Details
International Box Office $82,000,000
Worldwide Box Office $170,200,225
Further financial details...

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Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics
63% - Fresh
Audience
49% - Spilled

Movie Details

Production Budget:$60,000,000
Theatrical Release: March 5th, 2004 (Wide) by Warner Bros.
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for drug content, sexual situations, partial nudity, language and some violence
Keywords: Frat Pack, Buddy Cop
Source:Based on TV
Genre:Comedy
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Historical Fiction
Production Companies: Dimension Films, Riche-Ludwig, Weed Road Pictures, Red Hour Productions, Warner Bros.

Village\'s Population Grows

The Village again was the weekend champ in the international box office with $15.3 million on nearly 3,500 screens in 31 markets. Highlights for the weekend include and impressive debut in Germany at $5.5 million and a less spectacular $3.1 million in Japan. The film also suffered a 55% drop-off in its second weekend in Australia while it held up much better in Brazil. So far the film has earned $63.2 million internationally and is well on its way to matching its $112 million domestic total. More...

Village Leads Limp Box Office

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DVD Releases for July 20, 2004

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Kill Bill Collapses

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Kill Bill Volume 2 Beats Competition, Volume 1

Kill Bill: Volume 2's first foray into the foreign markets proved very profitable. The film earned $18.5 million in 21 markets and increases compared to the debut of the original in all but one market. Many of those increases were in the double-digit range so it's an impressive start. Unfortunately, one of the largest markets for the first film, Japan, saw a huge 47% drop for Volume 2. This can easily be explained by the fact that half of Volume 1 took place in Japan. More...

Passion Drops Post-Easter but Still Stays on Top

The Passion of the Christ saw large drop-offs in many international markets but openings in nine others helped stabilize its overall box office. Maybe. I'm getting some conflicting reports on the box office figures. $14.6 or $25 is the two prevailing estimates I've found. I do believe the $25 million is for the whole week while the $14.6 million is for the weekend. More...

Easter Helps Passion Stay on Top

It was hardly a surprise that The Passion of the Christ was able to take top spot over Easter weekend. What is a surprise is the amount; just $26 million is barely an increase from last weekend. There was only one new opening, but it was in Italy, one of the most staunchly Catholic nations. The film did cross $100 million internationally some time during the mid-week, but a serious post-Easter drop-off is expected. More...

Passion\'s Top Draw

Another 7 openings helped keep The Passion of the Christ in top spot with $25.4 million. And the same pattern is holding true, the smaller the market the better the result. In Spain it opened to $3.2 million, about on par with Gothika's opening at the end of February. In South Korea it opened first with $2.3 million, significantly below the local productions that have been taking tops spot for most of the year. So far the film has earned just over $80 million internationally and over $400 million worldwide. More...

International Audiences do a Double Take

With no new wider releases the top five international box office finished in the same order as last weekend. The Passion of the Christ again topped the week thanks to number one openings in many markets and even a few records. The biggest slice of its estimated $16 million take came from the U.K. where it finished first, sort of. Including previews its $3.6 was strong enough for first place; if you don't include previews then it drops to third place behind the debut of Dawn of the Dead and the second weekend of Starsky and Hutch. The film again had strong results in small markets breaking records in Argentina and Venezuela. Total international run now sits at $58.7 million in 36 markets, good, but certainly not comparable to its domestic total. More...

Passions Rise Internationally

The Passion of the Christ had mixed openings during its fourth weekend in international release. In Latin America is performed very well, where it made two thirds of its $15 million weekend take, breaking records in Chile and Central America along the way. On the flip side it could only manage a paltry $2.3 million in Germany, half of first place Brother Bear and on par with Gothika's opening earlier in the year. It would have been more impressive if the situation was reversed. After all, record breaking performances throughout Latin American won't earn as much as a blockbuster performance in Germany. Overall Passions has pulled in $32.3 million in 19, mostly smaller markets. More...

Lively Debut for Dead

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Weekend of the Dead

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Will International Audiences feel Passionate?

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Trinity of Wins

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Three-peat In the Works

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Strong Sophomore Session puts 2004 in the Lead

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Can 2004 Take the Lead?

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March Comes Early

Two movies with March releases have previews this weekend. First up is The Girl Next Door, which is showing in 831 theatres tonight before opening wide March 12th. Tomorrow the remake of the classic 70s show Starsky and Hutch will play in 850 theatres. It opens wide on March 5th. More...

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Cast

Ben Stiller    David Starsky
Owen Wilson    Ken Huchinson
Snoop Dogg    Huggy Bear
Fred Williamson    Captain Doby
Vince Vaughn    Reese Feldman
Juliette Lewis    Kitty
Jason Bateman    Kevin
Amy Smart    Holly
Carmen Electra    Staci
Christopher Penn    Manetti
Paul Michael Glaser    Car Seller
David Soul    Car Seller's Friend
Terry Crews    Porter
Patton Oswalt    Disco DJ

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Todd Phillips
Screenwriter    John O'Brien
Screenwriter    Todd Phillips
Screenwriter    Scot Armstrong
Story Creator    Stevie Long
Story Creator    John O'Brien
Character Creator    William Blinn
Producer    William Blinn
Producer    Stuart Cornfeld
Producer    Akiva Goldsman
Producer    Tony Ludwig
Producer    Alan Riche
Cinematographer    Barry Peterson
Executive Producer    Gilbert Adler
Editor    Leslie Jones
Composer    Theodore Shapiro
Music Supervisor    Randall Poster
Music Supervisor    George Drakoulias
Production Designer    Edward Verreaux
Art Director    Greg Papalia
Set Designer    Kristen Pratt
Set Designer    Doug Meerdink
Set Designer    Roy Barnes
Set Decorator    Kate Sullivan
Costume Designer    Louise Mingenbach
Associate Producer    Scott Budnick
Associate Producer    David A. Siegel
Assistant Director    Jeffrey Wetzel
Second Unit Director    Gary Davis
Second Unit Camera    Paul Hughen
Stunt Coordinator    Dennis R. Scott
Casting Director    Juel Bestrop
Casting Director    Jeanne McCarthy

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2004/03/05 2 $9,800,000   3,185 $3,077   $9,800,000 1
2004/03/06 2 $11,675,781 +19% 3,185 $3,666   $21,202,144 2
2004/03/07 2 $6,901,223 -41% 3,185 $2,167   $28,103,367 3
2004/03/08 2 $2,010,000 -71% 3,185 $631   $30,114,000 4
2004/03/09 2 $1,938,000 -4% 3,185 $608   $32,052,000 5
2004/03/10 2 $1,711,000 -12% 3,185 $537   $33,763,000 6
2004/03/11 2 $1,719,000 n/c 3,185 $540   $35,483,000 7
2004/03/12 3 $5,400,000 +214% 3,185 $1,695   $40,900,000 8
2004/03/13 3 $6,896,630 +28% 3,185 $2,165   $47,385,515 9
2004/03/14 3 $4,115,406 -40% 3,185 $1,292   $51,500,921 10
2004/03/15 2 $1,488,000 -64% 3,185 $467   $52,989,000 11
2004/03/16 2 $1,485,000 n/c 3,185 $466   $54,475,000 12
2004/03/17 2 $1,185,000 -20% 3,185 $372   $55,659,000 13
2004/03/18 2 $1,410,000 +19% 3,185 $443   $57,070,000 14
2004/03/19 4 $3,300,000 +134% 3,185 $1,036   $60,400,000 15
2004/03/20 4 $4,484,160 +36% 3,185 $1,408   $64,932,455 16
2004/03/21 4 $2,529,680 -44% 3,185 $794   $67,462,135 17
2004/03/22 4 $793,000 -69% 3,185 $249   $68,255,000 18
2004/03/23 4 $818,000 +3% 3,185 $257   $69,073,000 19
2004/03/24 4 $740,000 -10% 3,185 $232   $69,813,000 20
2004/03/25 4 $796,000 +8% 3,185 $250   $70,610,000 21
2004/03/26 6 $2,100,000 +164% 2,985 $704   $72,700,000 22
2004/03/27 7 $2,782,769 +33% 2,985 $932   $75,409,868 23
2004/03/28 7 $1,412,114 -49% 2,985 $473   $76,821,982 24
2004/03/29 8 $450,000 -68% 2,985 $151   $77,272,000 25
2004/03/30 8 $498,000 +11% 2,985 $167   $77,771,000 26
2004/03/31 8 $463,000 -7% 2,985 $155   $78,234,000 27
2004/04/01 7 $455,000 -2% 2,985 $152   $78,689,000 28

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2004/03/05 2 $28,103,367   3,185 $8,824   $28,103,367 3
2004/03/12 3 $16,018,291 -43% 3,185 $5,029   $51,500,921 10
2004/03/19 4 $10,392,443 -35% 3,185 $3,263   $67,462,135 17
2004/03/26 7 $6,212,223 -40% 2,985 $2,081   $76,821,982 24
2004/04/02 12 $3,222,256 -48% 2,103 $1,532   $81,909,521 31
2004/04/09 17 $1,338,227 -58% 1,035 $1,293   $84,605,877 38
2004/04/16 18 $824,379 -38% 702 $1,174   $86,035,421 45
2004/04/23 24 $348,420 -58% 575 $606   $86,595,821 52
2004/04/30 29 $296,667 -15% 325 $913   $87,003,483 59
2004/05/07 48 $57,221 -81% 114 $502   $87,127,968 66
2004/05/14 44 $73,526 +28% 115 $639   $87,221,948 73
2004/05/21 40 $78,814 +7% 92 $857   $87,320,620 80
2004/05/28 24 $199,788 +153% 337 $593   $87,542,046 87
2004/06/04 22 $144,475 -28% 316 $457   $87,805,901 94
2004/06/11 25 $123,139 -15% 212 $581   $88,019,197 101
2004/06/18 41 $48,363 -61% 150 $322   $88,131,751 108
2004/06/25 47 $31,715 -34% 82 $387   $88,200,225 115

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