Stealth

Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $32,116,746Details
International Box Office $44,300,000
Worldwide Box Office $76,416,746
Further financial details...

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  4. Video Sales
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  6. Cast & Crew
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Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics
13% - Rotten
Audience
40% - Spilled

Movie Details

Production Budget:$138,000,000
Theatrical Release: July 29th, 2005 (Wide) by Sony Pictures
Video Release: November 15th, 2005 by Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for intense action, some violence, brief strong language and innuendo.
Keywords: Visual Effects
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Action
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Science Fiction

DVD Releases for July 25, 2006

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War\'s World Leader

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Zorro Leaves its Mark

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Zorro Steals the Show

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Surprise Twist on the International Charts

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International Round-up: Red Eye Takes Off

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Mafia Rubs Out Competition

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U.K. is Virgin Territory

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War Ends World Tour with a Blast

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Key Openings for Skeleton

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Smiths Still Strong on International Scene

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Island Vacation

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Third Time\'s a Charm

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Cast

Josh Lucas    Lt. Ben Gannon
Jessica Biel    Lt. Kara Wade
Jamie Foxx    Lt. Henry Purcell
Joe Morton    Commander Clint "Hud" Huddle
Richard Roxburgh    Keith Orbit
Sam Shepard    Captain George Cummings
David Andrews    Ray
Wentworth Miller    EDI

Production and Technical Credits

Composer    BT
Director    Rob Cohen

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2005/07/29 4 $4,769,491   3,495 $1,365   $4,769,491 1
2005/07/30 5 $4,797,720 +1% 3,495 $1,373   $9,567,211 2
2005/07/31 4 $3,684,334 -23% 3,495 $1,054   $13,251,545 3
2005/08/01 4 $1,655,000 -55% 3,495 $474   $14,907,000 4
2005/08/02 5 $1,386,479 -16% 3,495 $397   $16,293,479 5
2005/08/03 5 $1,228,661 -11% 3,495 $352   $17,522,140 6
2005/08/04 5 $1,178,233 -4% 3,495 $337   $18,700,373 7
2005/08/05 7 $1,818,113 +54% 3,495 $520   $20,518,486 8
2005/08/06 7 $2,314,362 +27% 3,495 $662   $22,832,848 9
2005/08/07 7 $1,791,319 -23% 3,495 $513   $24,581,921 10
2005/08/08 7 $750,000 -58% 3,495 $215   $25,332,000 11
2005/08/09 7 $760,000 +1% 3,495 $217   $26,095,000 12
2005/08/10 7 $725,000 -5% 3,495 $207   $26,842,000 13
2005/08/11 7 $686,085 -5% 3,495 $196   $27,516,645 14
2005/09/05 42 $18,696   123 $152   $31,704,416 39

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2005/07/29 4 $13,251,545   3,495 $3,792   $13,251,545 3
2005/08/05 7 $5,923,794 -55% 3,495 $1,695   $24,581,921 10
2005/08/12 13 $2,151,768 -64% 2,040 $1,055   $29,668,413 17
2005/08/19 20 $558,334 -74% 707 $790   $31,200,155 24
2005/08/26 32 $176,597 -68% 272 $649   $31,576,790 31
2005/09/02 42 $66,152 -63% 123 $538   $31,685,720 38

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