Thor

Thor poster
Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $181,030,624Details
International Box Office $268,295,994
Worldwide Box Office $449,326,618
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $39,464,999 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $43,338,456 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $82,803,455
Further financial details...

  1. Summary
  2. News
  3. Box Office
  4. Video Sales
  5. Full Financials
  6. Cast & Crew
  7. Trailer

Synopsis

The Epic adventure THOR spans the Marvel Universe from present day Earth to the cosmic realm of Asgard. At the center of the story is the The Mighty Thor, a Powerful but arrogant warrior whose reckless actions reignite an ancient war. As a result, Thor is banished to Earth where he is forced to live among humans. When the most dangerous villain of his world sends its darkest forces to invade Earth, Thor learns what it takes to be a hero.

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics Certified FreshAudience Upright
Critics
77% - Certified Fresh
Audience
76% - Upright

Movie Details

Production Budget:$150,000,000
Domestic Releases: May 6th, 2011 (Wide) by Paramount Pictures
May 6th, 2011 (IMAX) by Paramount Pictures
Video Release: September 13th, 2011 by Paramount Home Video
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for sequences of intense sci-fi action and violence.
(Rating bulletin 2166, 4/6/2011)
Running Time: 113 minutes
Franchise: The Avengers, Thor
Keywords: Epilogue, Visual Effects, Sword & Sorcerer, Voiceover/Narration, Non-Chronological, Prologue, 3-D, Academics, Cross-Class Romance, Culture Clash, Romance, Revenge, Dysfunctional Family, Banishment, Gods and Goddesses, Marvel Comics, Scene in End Credits, IMAX: DMR
Source:Based on Comic/Graphic Novel
Genre:Action
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Super Hero
Production Companies: Marvel Studios

Cast

   Thor
Natalie Portman    Jane Foster
Tom Hiddleston    Loki
Anthony Hopkins    Odin
Stellan Skarsgård    Erik Selvig
Kat Dennings    Darcy Lewis
Clark Gregg    Agent Coulson
Colm Feore    King Laufey
Idris Elba    Heimdall
Ray Stevenson    Volstagg
Tadanobu Asano    Hogun
Josh Dallas    Fandral
Jaimie Alexander    Sif
Rene Russo    Frigga
Adriana Barraza    Isabela Alvarez
Darren Kendrick    Frost Giant Sentry
Maximiliano Hernández    Agent Sitwell
Josh Coxx    Frost Giant Hailstrum
Justice Jesse Smith    Frost Giant Brute
Richard Cetrone    Frost Giant Captian
Joseph Gatt    Frost Giant Grundoth
Luke Massy    Frost Giant Raze
Matthew Ducey    Einherjar Guards
Jason Camp    Einherjar Guard
Buddy Sosthand    Agent Delancey
Blake Silver    Techie
Jamie McShane    Agent Jackson
Dale Gooboloo    Agent Garrett
Patrick O Brien Demsey    Agent Cale
Jim Palmer    SHIELD Guard
Seth Coltan    Townie
J. Michael Straczynski    Townie
Ryan Schaeffer    Townies
Matt Battaglia    Pete
Stan Lee    Stan the Man
Joel McCrary    Drunk Townie
Isaac Kappy    Pet Store Clerk
Juliet Lopez    Pet Store Clerk
Rob Mars    Orderly
Carrie Lazar    Viking Mother
Harley Graham    Viking Child
Alexander Wright    Viking Elder
Hilary Pingle    Viking
Shawn-Caulin Young    Viking
Kinsey McLean    Viking
Kelly Hawthorne    Viking
Dakota Goyo    Young Thor
Ted Allpress    Young Loki
Samuel L. Jackson    Nick Fury (uncredited)

Production and Technical Credits

Producer    Kevin Feige
Executive Producer    Patricia Whitcher
Executive Producer    Louis D'Esposito
Executive Producer    Alan Fine
Executive Producer    Stan Lee
Executive Producer    David Maisel
Co-Producer    Craig Kyle
Co-Producer    Victoria Alonso
Director   
Screenwriter    Ashley Edward Miller
Screenwriter    Zack Stentz
Screenwriter    Don Payne
Story Creator    Stan Lee
Story Creator    Larry Lieber
Story Creator    Jack Kirby
Cinematographer    Harris Zambarloukos
Editor    Paul Rubell
Composer    Patrick Doyle
Music Supervisor    Dave Jordan
Production Designer    Bo Welch
Supervising Art Director    Maya Shimoguchi
Art Director    Kasra Faranahi
Art Director    Luke Freeborn
Art Director    Sean Haworth
Art Director    A. Todd Holland
Set Decorator    Lauri Gaffin
Costume Designer    Alexandra Byrne
Sound Mixer    Peter Devlin
Supervising Sound Editor    Richard King
Sound Designer    Richard King
Visual Effects Supervisor    Wesley Sewell
Animation Supervisor    Eric Petey
Stunt Coordinator    Andy Armstrong
Assistant Director    Luc Etienne
Second Unit Director    Vic Armstrong
Second Unit Camera    Christopher Manley
Casting Director    Randi Hiller
Casting Director    Sarah Halley Finn

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Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2011/05/06 1 $25,481,796   3,955 $6,443   $25,481,796 1
2011/05/07 1 $23,341,263 -8% 3,955 $5,902   $48,823,059 2
2011/05/08 1 $16,900,279 -28% 3,955 $4,273   $65,723,338 3
2011/05/09 1 $5,403,057 -68% 3,955 $1,366   $71,126,395 4
2011/05/10 1 $5,410,419 n/c 3,955 $1,368   $76,536,814 5
2011/05/11 1 $4,189,021 -23% 3,955 $1,059   $80,725,835 6
2011/05/12 1 $4,026,482 -4% 3,955 $1,018   $84,752,317 7
2011/05/13 1 $9,140,767 +127% 3,963 $2,307   $93,893,084 8
2011/05/14 1 $15,171,878 +66% 3,963 $3,828   $109,064,962 9
2011/05/15 1 $10,390,390 -32% 3,963 $2,622   $119,455,352 10
2011/05/16 2 $2,856,650 -73% 3,963 $721   $122,312,002 11
2011/05/17 2 $3,090,024 +8% 3,963 $780   $125,402,026 12
2011/05/18 2 $2,303,232 -25% 3,963 $581   $127,705,258 13
2011/05/19 2 $2,200,897 -4% 3,963 $555   $129,906,155 14
2011/05/20 3 $4,353,422 +98% 3,924 $1,109   $134,259,577 15
2011/05/21 3 $6,492,846 +49% 3,924 $1,655   $140,752,423 16
2011/05/22 3 $4,609,036 -29% 3,924 $1,175   $145,361,459 17
2011/05/23 3 $1,678,808 -64% 3,924 $428   $147,040,267 18
2011/05/24 3 $1,284,927 -23% 3,924 $327   $148,325,194 19
2011/05/25 3 $1,085,331 -16% 3,924 $277   $149,410,525 20
2011/05/26 5 $948,778 -13% 3,296 $288   $150,359,303 21
2011/05/27 5 $2,483,793 +162% 3,296 $754   $152,843,096 22
2011/05/28 5 $3,639,713 +47% 3,296 $1,104   $156,482,809 23
2011/05/29 5 $3,410,364 -6% 3,296 $1,035   $159,893,173 24
2011/05/30 5 $2,546,271 -25% 3,296 $773   $162,439,444 25
2011/05/31 5 $853,193 -66% 3,296 $259   $163,292,637 26
2011/06/01 5 $772,079 -10% 3,296 $234   $164,064,716 27
2011/06/02 5 $808,188 +5% 3,296 $245   $164,872,904 28
2011/06/03 6 $1,245,864 +54% 2,780 $448   $166,118,768 29
2011/06/04 6 $1,830,703 +47% 2,780 $659   $167,949,471 30
2011/06/05 6 $1,173,477 -36% 2,780 $422   $169,122,948 31
2011/06/06 6 $500,801 -57% 2,780 $180   $169,623,749 32
2011/06/07 6 $550,679 +10% 2,780 $198   $170,174,428 33
2011/06/08 6 $510,429 -7% 2,780 $184   $170,684,857 34
2011/06/09 7 $544,651 +7% 2,780 $196   $171,229,508 35
2011/06/10 9 $712,214 +31% 1,782 $400   $171,941,722 36
2011/06/11 9 $1,057,322 +48% 1,782 $593   $172,999,044 37
2011/06/12 9 $665,679 -37% 1,782 $374   $173,664,723 38
2011/06/13 9 $302,910 -54% 1,782 $170   $173,967,633 39
2011/06/14 10 $341,126 +13% 1,782 $191   $174,308,759 40
2011/06/15 9 $309,120 -9% 1,782 $173   $174,617,879 41
2011/06/16 9 $348,123 +13% 1,782 $195   $174,966,002 42
2011/06/17 12 $312,243 -10% 875 $357   $175,278,245 43
2011/06/18 12 $434,218 +39% 875 $496   $175,712,463 44
2011/06/19 11 $398,615 -8% 875 $456   $176,111,078 45
2011/06/20 12 $143,401 -64% 875 $164   $176,254,479 46
2011/06/21 13 $155,702 +9% 875 $178   $176,410,181 47
2011/06/22 12 $144,504 -7% 875 $165   $176,554,685 48
2011/06/23 11 $157,379 +9% 875 $180   $176,712,064 49
2011/06/24 - $154,518 -2% 404 $382   $176,866,582 50
2011/06/25 - $208,802 +35% 404 $517   $177,075,384 51
2011/06/26 - $147,980 -29% 404 $366   $177,223,364 52
2011/06/27 15 $74,284 -50% 404 $184   $177,297,648 53
2011/06/28 17 $81,194 +9% 404 $201   $177,378,842 54
2011/06/29 15 $63,035 -22% 404 $156   $177,441,877 55
2011/06/30 15 $75,403 +20% 404 $187   $177,517,280 56
2011/07/01 - $123,076 +63% 270 $456   $177,640,356 57
2011/07/02 - $163,140 +33% 270 $604   $177,803,496 58
2011/07/03 - $114,087 -30% 270 $423   $177,917,583 59
2011/07/04 20 $70,517 -38% 270 $261   $177,988,100 60
2011/07/05 - $63,062 -11% 270 $234   $178,051,162 61
2011/07/06 - $55,894 -11% 270 $207   $178,107,056 62
2011/07/07 - $59,607 +7% 270 $221   $178,166,663 63
2011/07/08 - $176,891 +197% 315 $562   $178,343,554 64
2011/07/09 - $224,225 +27% 315 $712   $178,567,779 65
2011/07/10 - $172,192 -23% 315 $547   $178,739,971 66
2011/07/11 18 $93,836 -46% 315 $298   $178,833,807 67
2011/07/12 18 $108,238 +15% 315 $344   $178,942,045 68
2011/07/13 18 $88,512 -18% 315 $281   $179,030,557 69
2011/07/14 18 $84,450 -5% 315 $268   $179,115,007 70
2011/07/15 - $110,300 +31% 272 $406   $179,225,307 71
2011/07/16 - $156,156 +42% 272 $574   $179,381,463 72
2011/07/17 - $119,699 -23% 272 $440   $179,501,162 73
2011/07/18 - $68,008 -43% 272 $250   $179,569,170 74
2011/07/19 - $80,002 +18% 272 $294   $179,649,172 75
2011/07/20 - $69,202 -13% 272 $254   $179,718,374 76
2011/07/21 - $74,814 +8% 272 $275   $179,793,188 77
2011/07/22 - $100,665 +35% 236 $427   $179,893,853 78
2011/07/23 - $135,923 +35% 236 $576   $180,029,776 79
2011/07/24 - $106,412 -22% 236 $451   $180,136,188 80
2011/07/25 - $58,223 -45% 236 $247   $180,194,411 81
2011/07/26 - $66,247 +14% 236 $281   $180,260,658 82
2011/07/27 - $55,718 -16% 236 $236   $180,316,376 83
2011/07/28 - $56,888 +2% 236 $241   $180,373,264 84
2011/07/29 - $60,513 +6% 190 $318   $180,433,777 85
2011/07/30 - $79,500 +31% 190 $418   $180,513,277 86
2011/07/31 - $67,518 -15% 190 $355   $180,580,795 87
2011/08/01 - $33,485 -50% 190 $176   $180,614,280 88
2011/08/02 - $36,002 +8% 190 $189   $180,650,282 89
2011/08/03 - $32,931 -9% 190 $173   $180,683,213 90
2011/08/04 - $33,334 +1% 190 $175   $180,716,547 91
2011/08/05 - $32,242 -3% 141 $229   $180,748,789 92
2011/08/06 - $44,223 +37% 141 $314   $180,793,012 93
2011/08/07 - $32,639 -26% 141 $231   $180,825,651 94
2011/08/08 - $17,362 -47% 141 $123   $180,843,013 95
2011/08/09 - $21,329 +23% 141 $151   $180,864,342 96
2011/08/10 - $16,730 -22% 141 $119   $180,881,072 97
2011/08/11 - $16,720 n/c 141 $119   $180,897,792 98
2011/08/12 - $15,912 -5% 81 $196   $180,913,704 99
2011/08/13 - $22,804 +43% 81 $282   $180,936,508 100
2011/08/14 - $16,320 -28% 81 $201   $180,952,828 101
2011/08/15 - $7,921 -51% 81 $98   $180,960,749 102
2011/08/16 - $8,551 +8% 81 $106   $180,969,300 103
2011/08/17 - $7,773 -9% 81 $96   $180,977,073 104
2011/08/18 - $7,335 -6% 81 $91   $180,984,408 105
2011/08/19 - $9,434 +29% 54 $175   $180,993,842 106
2011/08/20 - $13,231 +40% 54 $245   $181,007,073 107
2011/08/21 - $8,068 -39% 54 $149   $181,015,141 108
2011/08/22 - $3,538 -56% 54 $66   $181,018,679 109
2011/08/23 - $3,805 +8% 54 $70   $181,022,484 110
2011/08/24 - $4,020 +6% 54 $74   $181,026,504 111
2011/08/25 - $4,120 +2% 54 $76   $181,030,624 112

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2011/05/06 1 $65,723,338   3,955 $16,618   $65,723,338 3
2011/05/13 1 $34,703,035 -47% 3,963 $8,757   $119,455,352 10
2011/05/20 3 $15,455,304 -55% 3,924 $3,939   $145,361,459 17
2011/05/27 5 $9,533,870 -38% 3,296 $2,893   $159,893,173 24
2011/06/03 6 $4,250,044 -55% 2,780 $1,529   $169,122,948 31
2011/06/10 9 $2,435,215 -43% 1,782 $1,367   $173,664,723 38
2011/06/17 12 $1,145,076 -53% 875 $1,309   $176,111,078 45
2011/06/24 15 $511,300 -55% 404 $1,266   $177,223,364 52
2011/07/01 20 $400,303 -22% 270 $1,483   $177,917,583 59
2011/07/08 18 $573,308 +43% 315 $1,820   $178,739,971 66
2011/07/15 22 $386,155 -33% 272 $1,420   $179,501,162 73
2011/07/22 21 $343,000 -11% 236 $1,453   $180,136,188 80
2011/07/29 26 $207,531 -39% 190 $1,092   $180,580,795 87
2011/08/05 40 $109,104 -47% 141 $774   $180,825,651 94
2011/08/12 51 $55,036 -50% 81 $679   $180,952,828 101
2011/08/19 59 $30,733 -44% 54 $569   $181,015,141 108

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
9/18/20111550,937 550,937$9,867,282$9,867,2821
9/25/20113150,528-73% 701,465$2,406,943$12,274,2242
10/2/2011677,352-49% 778,817$1,253,102$13,527,3273
10/9/2011673,081-6% 851,898$1,205,106$14,732,4324
10/16/20111046,118-37% 898,016$760,486$15,492,9185
10/23/20111338,493-17% 936,509$700,573$16,193,4916
10/30/20111444,456+15% 980,965$742,415$16,935,9067
11/6/20111927,599-38% 1,008,564$487,398$17,423,3048
11/13/20113018,220-34% 1,026,784$324,134$17,747,4389
11/20/20113018,782+3% 1,045,566$0$17,747,43810
4/22/20122819,999 1,251,658$341,783$21,409,27732
4/29/20122327,956+40% 1,279,614$434,995$21,844,27333
5/6/2012857,091+104% 1,336,705$823,252$22,667,52534
5/13/2012680,565+41% 1,417,270$1,205,252$23,872,77735
5/20/20121154,945-32% 1,472,215$861,538$24,734,31536
5/27/20121534,382-37% 1,506,597$514,699$25,249,01337
6/3/20122130,982-10% 1,537,579$463,801$25,712,81438
6/10/20122523,103-25% 1,560,682$345,852$26,058,66639
9/30/20122529,841 1,634,538$339,591$27,097,30355
10/7/20122418,388-38% 1,652,926$280,969$27,378,27156
12/2/20122934,910 1,699,364$348,751$27,880,46564
12/9/20122927,976-20% 1,727,340$278,361$28,158,82665
3/2/20142513,517 2,378,158$384,964$39,300,638129

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
9/18/20111510,382 510,382$14,061,024$14,061,0241
9/25/20113136,879-73% 647,261$3,146,839$17,207,8632
10/2/2011360,532-56% 707,793$1,458,816$18,666,6793
10/9/2011461,819+2% 769,612$1,368,063$20,034,7424
10/16/20111033,784-45% 803,395$855,738$20,890,4805
10/23/20111224,080-29% 827,476$592,854$21,483,3346
10/30/2011832,977+37% 860,453$739,347$22,222,6817
11/6/20111023,588-28% 884,040$576,717$22,799,3988
11/20/20111411,599 908,096$243,458$23,304,30210
12/18/20111850,567 1,017,549$1,048,257$25,573,26814
12/25/20111990,761+79% 1,108,310$2,219,100$27,792,36815
1/29/20121413,230 1,151,939$288,144$28,742,58920
4/22/20121113,167 1,215,486$269,790$30,044,65332
4/29/2012523,075+75% 1,238,561$460,584$30,505,23733
5/6/2012627,685+20% 1,266,246$552,600$31,057,83734
5/13/2012441,240+49% 1,307,486$823,149$31,880,98635
5/20/2012727,441-33% 1,334,927$626,468$32,507,45436
5/27/20121116,485-40% 1,351,412$328,544$32,835,99837
6/3/20121315,636-5% 1,367,048$312,085$33,148,08338
6/10/2012209,507-39% 1,376,555$189,761$33,337,84439
8/12/2012169,831 1,419,455$196,522$34,195,41248
9/30/2012530,489 1,463,071$468,007$34,864,91655
10/7/2012915,642-49% 1,478,713$312,207$35,177,12356
12/9/20121737,269 1,643,589$765,873$37,213,94265
3/2/20141515,025 1,751,513$809,992$43,032,052129

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