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Stuck On You (2003)

Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $33,832,741Details
International Box Office $29,704,423
Worldwide Box Office $63,537,164
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  6. Cast & Crew
  7. Trailer

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics FreshAudience Spilled
Critics
61% - Fresh
Audience
35% - Spilled

Latest Ranking on Cumulative Box Office Lists


Movie Details

Production Budget:$55,000,000
Domestic Releases: December 12th, 2003 (Wide) by 20th Century Fox
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for crude and sexual humor, and some language
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Keywords: Twins
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Comedy
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Countries: United States

Ranking on other Records and Milestones

RecordRankRevenueChart
Date
Days In
Release
Biggest 14th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 2,303 $8,215 Mar 12, 2004 94
Biggest 13th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 2,431 $12,480 Mar 5, 2004 87
Biggest 12th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 2,437 $23,849 Feb 27, 2004 80
Biggest 11th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 2,353 $44,972 Feb 20, 2004 73
Biggest 10th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 2,481 $60,631 Feb 13, 2004 66
Biggest 9th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 2,253 $109,280 Feb 6, 2004 59
Biggest 8th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 2,669 $106,441 Jan 30, 2004 52
Biggest 7th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 3,116 $111,219 Jan 23, 2004 45
Biggest 6th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 2,741 $293,803 Jan 16, 2004 38
Biggest 5th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 2,207 $1,021,673 Jan 9, 2004 31
Biggest 4th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,643 $2,802,420 Jan 2, 2004 24
Biggest 3rd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,968 $3,626,868 Dec 26, 2003 17
Biggest 2nd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 2,063 $5,284,023 Dec 19, 2003 10
Biggest Opening Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,924 $9,411,055 Dec 12, 2003 3
Widest Opening Weekend 860 3,003 Dec 12, 2003 3

Cast

   Bob
   Walt
Eva Mendes    April
Seymour Cassel    Morty O'Reilly
Cher    Herself
Wen Yann Whih    May
Jackie Flynn    Howard
Michael Callan    Fox Prexy
Ray (Rocket) Valliere    Rocket
Malcolm G. Chace, Jr.    Vineyard Buddie
Pat Crawford Brown    Mimmy
Tommy Songin    Tommy
Terence Bernie Hines    Moe
Griffin Dunne    Himself
Bridget Tobin    Vineyard Cutie
Danny Murphy    Dicky
Steve Cerrone    Dart in Head Guy
Docky Docky    Short-Fused Geezer
Will Coogan    Eddie
Skyler Stone    George
Leslie Munroe    Vineyard Patron
Mike Cerrone    Hockey Stud
Michael Lee Merrins    Umpire
Jonathan Cauff    Umpire
Sean P. Gildea    Baseball Coach
Dane Cook    Officer Fraioli
Steve Tyler    Officer Reney
Peter Dante    Officer J.J. Hill
Ben Koldyke    Officer Tommy Johnson
Jessica Cauffiel    Bar Hottie
Roger Fan    Executive
Jennifer Azar Burnham    Executive
Elaine Curtis    Cher's Assistant
Gary Valentine    Wes
Mariann Neary    Purse Babe
Terez Kocsis    Purse Babe
Benjamin S. Carson, Sr.    Head Surgeon
Sayed Badreya    Assisting Surgeon
Hillary Matthews Thomas    Nurse's Aide
Dan Geraci    Handsome Hospital Orderly
Bob Mone    Hospital Heartthrob
Brian Mone    Tall Man
Catherine McCord    Jogger Babe
Kelly Albanese    Jogger Babe
Paulina Neely    Jogger Babe
Daniel Greene    Mr. Tourist
Kristen Trucksess    Mrs. Tourist
Brian Hayes Currie    Laughing Director
Ann Stocking    Casting Agent
Tracy Ashton    Casting Agent
Joe Steilen    Casting Agent
Nate Steilen    Casting Agent
Lisa Jouet Mosenson    Casting Agent
Joni Friedman    Casting Agent
Ellen Jacoby    Casting Agent
Carrie Yazel    Casting Agent
Steve Cohen    Casting Agent
Pat Battistini    Space Alien
Doug Jones    Space Alien
Lin Shaye    Makeup Babe
John Woodin    Porno Stage Hand
Johnny Cicco    Porno Director
Rene Kirby    Phil Rupp
Erica Lookadoo    Marianna Trench
Justin Alioto    Beaze Fan
William Dunn    Beaze Fan
Terry Nicholson    Beaze Fan
Robyn M. K. Brooks    Beaze Fan
Ernie Garrett    Bar Thug
Bennett Yellin    SPFX Guy
Gregory Wyler    SPFX Guy
Jeffrey Ross    Beaze Security Guard
Googy Gress    Pete Peterson
Jay Leno    Himself
Gene Feldman    1st AD
Kiele Sanchez    Pepper Spray Cutie
Lenny Clarke    Jailhouse Comic
Michael Edward Thomas    Convenience Store Guy
Carolyn Stotes    Pretty Hostess
Anna Byers    Cute Autograph Girl
Gary M. Baker    Dave the Bartender
Colin Kenrick    9 Year Old Walt
Dennis Kravchenko    9 Year Old Bob
Galen Schrick    Brimstone Preacher
Otis Walter Albert    Outta Sight Singer
Elizardo Del Rio    Outta Sight Singer
Robert F. Smith    Outta Sight Singer
Jesse Peter    Bully Kid
Fred Burns    Street Comic
Sergio Garcia    Himself
Jesper Parnevik    Himself
Billy Andrade    Himself
Luke Wilson    Himself
Nikki Tyler Flynn    Double Bubble Casting Agent
Tom Brady    Computer Geek
Lawyer Milloy    Computer Geek
George Christy    Beaze Stagehand
Caryl West    Oak Bluffs Theatre Woman
Stephen Saux    Dive-by Heckler
Nancy Byers    Gorgeous Hostess
Ricky Blitt    Mobster
Pete Peterson    Piano Player
Larry Grant    Coffee Shop Patron
Tracey Ruggiero    Barney's Waitress
Artie Granfield    Barney's Patron
Rhona Mitra    Bus Stop Bombshell
Kevin Civale    Boxing Corner Man
John Mulcahy    Boxing Referee
Peter Grundy    Boxing Trainer
Joel B. Hayden    Piano Bar Patron
Ashley B. Howard    Double Bubble Babe
Monika Kramlik    Double Bubble Babe
Tiffany Anne Marie Lucich    Hottie Highlands Waitress
Ricky Williams    MV Football Coach
Michael Burton    Beaze Executive
Gino Torretta    Beaze Thug
Bruce Armstrong    Beaze Thug
Keith A. Hoffman    School Principal
John Chan    Incessant Photographer
Adam Shankman    Choreographer/Waiter
Bob Kocsis    4 Year Old Bob
Charlie Thomas    4 Year Old Walt
Mark Scipione    Mime Guy
Meryl Streep    Herself
Frankie Muniz    Himself

Production and Technical Credits

Director   
Director   
Screenwriter    Peter Farrelly
Screenwriter    Bobby Farrelly
Story Creator    Charles B. Wessler
Story Creator    Bennett Yellin
Story Creator    Peter Farrelly
Story Creator    Bobby Farrelly
Producer    Bradley Thomas
Producer    Charles B. Wessler
Producer    Bobby Farrelly
Producer    Peter Farrelly
Executive Producer    Marc S. Fischer
Cinematographer    Dan Mindel
Production Designer    Sidney J. Bartholomew, Jr.
Editor    Christopher Greenbury
Editor    Dave Terman
Costume Designer    Deena Appel
Co-Producer    Mark Charpentier
Makeup Effects Designer    Tony Gardner
Music Supervisor    Tom Wolfe
Music Supervisor    Manish Raval
Composer    Michael Andrews
Co-Producer    Garrett Grant
Co-Producer    Kris Meyer
Associate Producer    Hal Olofsson
Assistant Director    Hal Olofsson
Second Unit Director    Mark G. Steilen
Unit Production Manager    Garrett Grant
Art Director    Arlan Jay Vetter
Art Director    Richard Fojo
Set Decorator    Scott Jacobson
Costume Supervisor    David Swope
Additional Editor    Matthew Cassel
Additional Editor    Sam Seig
Sound Mixer    Jonathan Stein
Re-recording Mixer    Scott A. Millan
Re-recording Mixer    Bob Beemer
Supervising Sound Editor    John A Larsen
Sound Effects Editor    David Kulczycki
Sound Effects Editor    Jay Wilkinson
Sound Effects Editor    Peter Brown
Dialogue Editor    Mildred Iatrou
Dialogue Editor    Michael Magill
Makeup    Isabel Harkins
Hairstylist    Candace Neal
Casting Director    Rick Montgomery
Stunt Coordinator    Tierre Turner

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December 22nd, 2003

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December 19th, 2003

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December 15th, 2003

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December 11th, 2003


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Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2003/12/12 3 $9,411,055   3,003 $3,134   $9,411,055 3
2003/12/19 6 $5,284,023 -44% 3,007 $1,757   $16,983,906 10
2003/12/26 11 $3,626,868 -31% 2,400 $1,511   $24,412,346 17
2004/01/02 11 $2,802,420 -23% 2,064 $1,358   $30,721,406 24
2004/01/09 15 $1,021,673 -64% 1,350 $757   $32,524,827 31
2004/01/16 27 $293,803 -71% 579 $507   $33,102,039 38
2004/01/23 42 $111,219 -62% 226 $492   $33,319,164 45
2004/01/30 39 $106,441 -4% 212 $502   $33,452,925 52
2004/02/06 42 $109,280 +3% 221 $494   $33,597,171 59
2004/02/13 50 $60,631 -45% 145 $418   $33,689,080 66
2004/02/20 61 $44,972 -26% 104 $432   $33,762,242 73
2004/02/27 70 $23,849 -47% 60 $397   $33,797,950 80
2004/03/05 68 $12,480 -48% 33 $378   $33,815,868 87
2004/03/12 80 $8,215 -34% 19 $432   $33,828,318 94

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2003/12/12 3 $3,400,000   3,003 $1,132   $3,400,000 1
2003/12/13 3 $3,987,265 +17% 3,003 $1,328   $7,330,619 2
2003/12/14 3 $2,080,436 -48% 3,003 $693   $9,411,055 3
2003/12/15 3 $633,000 -70% 3,003 $211   $10,044,000 4
2003/12/16 3 $575,000 -9% 3,003 $191   $10,619,000 5
2003/12/17 5 $536,000 -7% 3,003 $178   $11,154,000 6
2003/12/18 5 $545,000 +2% 3,003 $181   $11,700,000 7
2003/12/19 5 $1,600,000 +194% 3,007 $532   $13,300,000 8
2003/12/20 7 $1,964,774 +23% 3,007 $653   $15,303,792 9
2003/12/21 7 $1,680,114 -14% 3,007 $559   $16,983,906 10
2003/12/22 6 $1,070,067 -36% 3,007 $356   $18,053,973 11
2003/12/23 6 $1,200,000 +12% 3,007 $399   $19,253,973 12
2003/12/24 8 $550,000 -54% 3,007 $183   $19,803,973 13
2003/12/27 11 $1,296,219   2,400 $540   $23,332,635 16
2003/12/28 10 $1,079,711 -17% 2,400 $450   $24,412,346 17
2003/12/29 10 $827,000 -23% 2,400 $345   $25,240,000 18
2003/12/30 10 $862,000 +4% 2,400 $359   $26,102,000 19
2003/12/31 10 $700,000 -19% 2,400 $292   $26,800,000 20
2004/01/03 11 $1,107,497   2,064 $537   $30,138,979 23
2004/01/19 30 $54,785   579 $95   $33,156,824 39
2004/02/16 51 $11,165   145 $77   $33,700,245 67

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2003/12/12 4 $11,699,883   3,003 $3,896   $11,699,883 7
2003/12/19 6 $9,085,595 -22% 3,007 $3,021   $20,785,478 14
2003/12/26 11 $7,133,508 -21% 2,400 $2,972   $27,918,986 21
2004/01/02 12 $3,584,168 -50% 2,064 $1,737   $31,503,154 28
2004/01/09 16 $1,305,082 -64% 1,350 $967   $32,808,236 35
2004/01/16 30 $399,709 -69% 579 $690   $33,207,945 42
2004/01/23 43 $138,539 -65% 226 $613   $33,346,484 49
2004/01/30 39 $141,407 +2% 212 $667   $33,487,891 56
2004/02/06 42 $140,558 -1% 221 $636   $33,628,449 63
2004/02/13 50 $88,821 -37% 145 $613   $33,717,270 70
2004/02/20 64 $56,831 -36% 104 $546   $33,774,101 77
2004/02/27 66 $29,287 -48% 60 $488   $33,803,388 84
2004/03/05 69 $16,715 -43% 33 $507   $33,820,103 91
2004/03/12 75 $12,638 -24% 19 $665   $33,832,741 98

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