The Town

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Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $92,186,262Details
International Box Office $60,380,619
Worldwide Box Office $152,566,881
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $33,665,750 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $21,204,719 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $54,870,469
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Synopsis

There are over 300 bank robberies in Boston every year. And a one-square-mile neighborhood in Boston, called Charlestown, has produced more bank and armored car robbers than anywhere in the U.S. One of them is Doug MacRay, but he is not cut from the same cloth as his fellow thieves. Unlike them, Doug had a chance at success, a chance to escape following in his father's criminal footsteps. Instead he became the leader of a crew of ruthless bank robbers, who pride themselves on taking what they want and getting out clean. The only family Doug has are his partners in crime, especially Jem, who, despite his dangerous, hair-trigger temper, is the closest thing Doug ever had to a brother. However, everything changed on the gang's last job when Jem briefly took a hostage: bank manager Claire Keesey. When they discover she lives in Charlestown, Jem gets nervous and wants to check out what she might have seen. Knowing what Jem is capable of, Doug takes charge. He seeks out Claire, who has no idea that their encounter is not by chance or that this charming stranger is one of the men who terrorized her only days before. As his relationship with Claire deepens into a passionate romance, Doug wants out of this life and the town. But with the Feds, led by Agent Frawley, closing in and Jem questioning his loyalty, Doug realizes that getting out will not be easy and, worse, may put Claire in the line of fire. Any choices he once had have boiled down to one: betray his friends or lose the woman he loves.

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics Certified FreshAudience Upright
Critics
94% - Certified Fresh
Audience
84% - Upright

Movie Details

Production Budget:$37,000,000
Theatrical Release: September 17th, 2010 (Wide) by Warner Bros.
Video Release: December 17th, 2010 by Warner Home Video
MPAA Rating: R for strong violence, pervasive language, sexuality, nudity and drug use.
(Rating bulletin 2147, 11/17/2010)
R for strong violence, pervasive language, some sexuality and drug use.
(Rating bulletin 2133, 8/11/2010)
Keywords: Organized Crime, Gangs, Heist, Directing Yourself, Screenplay Written By the Star
Source:Based on Fiction Book/Short Story
Genre:Drama
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: Thunder Road Film, GK Films, Legendary Pictures

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International Box Office: Getting Active

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International Box Office: Despicable Is the Most Loved Movie Around

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Will There Be a Real Horse Race at the Box Office?

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Cast

Ben Affleck    Doug McRay
Rebecca Hall    Claire Kessey
Jon Hamm    FBI S.A. Adam Frawley
Jeremy Renner    James Coughlin
Blake Lively    Krista Coughlin
Titus Welliver    Dino Ciampa
Pete Postlethwaite    Fergus "Fergie" Colm
Chris Cooper    Stephen MacRay

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Ben Affleck
Screenwriter    Peter Craig
Screenwriter    Ben Affleck
Screenwriter    Aaron Stockard
Producer    Graham King
Producer    Basil Iwanyk
Executive Producer    Thomas Tull
Executive Producer    Jon Jashni
Executive Producer    William Fay
Executive Producer    David Crockett
Story Creator    Chuck Hogan
Cinematographer    Robert Elswit
Production Designer    Sharon Seymour
Editor    Dylan Tichenor
Co-Producer    Chay Carter
Composer    Harry Gregson-Williams
Composer    David Buckley
Costume Designer    Susan Matheson
Casting Director    Lora Kennedy
Unit Production Manager    David Crockett
First Assistant Director    Donald Murphy
Second Assistant Director    Peter Dress

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2010/09/17 1 $8,348,436   2,861 $2,918   $8,348,436 1
2010/09/18 1 $9,423,433 +13% 2,861 $3,294   $17,771,869 2
2010/09/19 1 $6,036,163 -36% 2,861 $2,110   $23,808,032 3
2010/09/20 1 $2,288,174 -62% 2,861 $800   $26,096,206 4
2010/09/21 1 $2,615,090 +14% 2,861 $914   $28,711,296 5
2010/09/22 1 $2,269,311 -13% 2,861 $793   $30,980,607 6
2010/09/23 1 $2,106,294 -7% 2,861 $736   $33,086,901 7
2010/09/24 2 $5,005,216 +138% 2,885 $1,735   $38,092,117 8
2010/09/25 3 $6,647,083 +33% 2,885 $2,304   $44,739,200 9
2010/09/26 3 $3,952,872 -41% 2,885 $1,370   $48,692,072 10
2010/09/27 2 $1,418,453 -64% 2,885 $492   $50,110,525 11
2010/09/28 2 $1,596,197 +13% 2,885 $553   $51,706,722 12
2010/09/29 2 $1,294,331 -19% 2,885 $449   $53,001,053 13
2010/09/30 2 $1,306,367 +1% 2,885 $453   $54,307,420 14
2010/10/01 3 $3,131,681 +140% 2,935 $1,067   $57,439,101 15
2010/10/02 4 $4,256,202 +36% 2,935 $1,450   $61,695,303 16
2010/10/03 3 $2,361,449 -45% 2,935 $805   $64,056,752 17
2010/10/04 2 $815,086 -65% 2,935 $278   $64,871,838 18
2010/10/05 2 $964,144 +18% 2,935 $328   $65,835,982 19
2010/10/06 2 $828,343 -14% 2,935 $282   $66,664,325 20
2010/10/07 2 $772,194 -7% 2,935 $263   $67,436,519 21
2010/10/08 5 $1,844,406 +139% 2,720 $678   $69,280,925 22
2010/10/09 5 $2,721,073 +48% 2,720 $1,000   $72,001,998 23
2010/10/10 5 $1,845,529 -32% 2,720 $679   $73,847,527 24
2010/10/11 5 $950,361 -49% 2,720 $349   $74,797,888 25
2010/10/12 4 $608,232 -36% 2,720 $224   $75,406,120 26
2010/10/13 4 $550,343 -10% 2,720 $202   $75,956,463 27
2010/10/14 4 $577,160 +5% 2,720 $212   $76,533,623 28
2010/10/15 6 $1,237,276 +114% 2,368 $522   $77,770,899 29
2010/10/16 7 $1,803,157 +46% 2,368 $761   $79,574,056 30
2010/10/17 7 $936,573 -48% 2,368 $396   $80,510,629 31
2010/10/18 6 $344,091 -63% 2,368 $145   $80,854,720 32
2010/10/19 6 $388,332 +13% 2,368 $164   $81,243,052 33
2010/10/20 6 $344,370 -11% 2,368 $145   $81,587,422 34
2010/10/21 6 $345,102 n/c 2,368 $146   $81,932,524 35
2010/10/22 8 $811,168 +135% 1,918 $423   $82,743,692 36
2010/10/23 9 $1,226,536 +51% 1,918 $639   $83,970,228 37
2010/10/24 9 $711,386 -42% 1,918 $371   $84,681,614 38
2010/10/25 8 $231,121 -68% 1,918 $121   $84,912,735 39
2010/10/26 8 $262,420 +14% 1,918 $137   $85,175,155 40
2010/10/27 8 $244,071 -7% 1,918 $127   $85,419,226 41
2010/10/28 8 $232,381 -5% 1,918 $121   $85,651,607 42
2010/10/29 9 $618,222 +166% 1,608 $384   $86,269,829 43
2010/10/30 9 $878,477 +42% 1,608 $546   $87,148,306 44
2010/10/31 10 $478,561 -46% 1,608 $298   $87,626,867 45
2010/11/01 10 $217,037 -55% 1,608 $135   $87,843,904 46
2010/11/02 10 $261,421 +20% 1,608 $163   $88,105,325 47
2010/11/03 9 $228,273 -13% 1,608 $142   $88,333,598 48
2010/11/04 9 $250,259 +10% 1,608 $156   $88,583,857 49
2010/11/05 - $338,324 +35% 801 $422   $88,922,181 50
2010/11/06 13 $561,672 +66% 801 $701   $89,483,853 51
2010/11/07 13 $264,386 -53% 801 $330   $89,748,239 52
2010/11/08 - $88,402 -67% 801 $110   $89,836,641 53
2010/11/09 - $102,071 +15% 801 $127   $89,938,712 54
2010/11/10 - $100,360 -2% 641 $157   $90,039,072 55
2010/11/11 14 $149,087 +49% 641 $233   $90,188,159 56
2010/11/12 - $136,935 -8% 375 $365   $90,325,094 57
2010/11/13 - $205,394 +50% 375 $548   $90,530,488 58
2010/11/14 - $96,068 -53% 375 $256   $90,626,556 59
2010/11/15 - $32,664 -66% 375 $87   $90,659,220 60
2010/11/16 - $40,830 +25% 375 $109   $90,700,050 61
2010/11/17 - $39,197 -4% 375 $105   $90,739,247 62
2010/11/18 - $33,534 -14% 375 $89   $90,772,781 63
2010/11/19 - $58,094 +73% 165 $352   $90,830,875 64
2010/11/20 - $100,442 +73% 165 $609   $90,931,317 65
2010/11/21 - $50,952 -49% 165 $309   $90,982,269 66
2010/11/22 - $21,910 -57% 165 $133   $91,004,179 67
2010/11/23 - $26,945 +23% 165 $163   $91,031,124 68
2010/11/24 - $40,213 +49% 318 $126   $91,071,337 69
2010/11/25 - $43,568 +8% 318 $137   $91,114,905 70
2010/11/26 - $118,055 +171% 318 $371   $91,232,960 71
2010/11/27 - $133,062 +13% 318 $418   $91,366,022 72
2010/11/28 - $63,603 -52% 318 $200   $91,429,625 73
2010/11/29 - $24,169 -62% 318 $76   $91,453,794 74
2010/11/30 - $28,650 +19% 318 $90   $91,482,444 75
2010/12/01 - $25,500 -11% 318 $80   $91,507,944 76
2010/12/02 - $24,660 -3% 318 $78   $91,532,604 77
2010/12/03 - $61,338 +149% 318 $193   $91,593,942 78
2010/12/04 - $90,235 +47% 318 $284   $91,684,177 79
2010/12/05 - $51,336 -43% 318 $161   $91,735,513 80
2010/12/06 - $17,381 -66% 318 $55   $91,752,894 81
2010/12/07 - $23,117 +33% 318 $73   $91,776,011 82
2010/12/08 - $20,805 -10% 318 $65   $91,796,816 83
2010/12/09 - $20,097 -3% 318 $63   $91,816,913 84
2010/12/10 - $38,112 +90% 255 $149   $91,855,025 85
2010/12/11 - $58,162 +53% 255 $228   $91,913,187 86
2010/12/12 - $33,829 -42% 255 $133   $91,947,016 87
2010/12/13 - $15,850 -53% 255 $62   $91,962,866 88
2010/12/14 - $18,244 +15% 255 $72   $91,981,110 89
2010/12/15 - $17,515 -4% 255 $69   $91,998,625 90
2010/12/16 - $18,641 +6% 255 $73   $92,017,266 91
2010/12/17 - $16,148 -13% 144 $112   $92,033,414 92
2010/12/18 - $24,220 +50% 144 $168   $92,057,634 93
2010/12/19 - $17,223 -29% 144 $120   $92,074,857 94
2010/12/20 - $9,690 -44% 144 $67   $92,084,547 95
2010/12/21 - $11,440 +18% 144 $79   $92,095,987 96
2010/12/22 - $5,504 -52% 87 $63   $92,101,491 97
2010/12/23 - $6,294 +14% 87 $72   $92,107,785 98
2010/12/24 - $2,715 -57% 62 $44   $92,110,500 99
2010/12/25 - $5,971 +120% 62 $96   $92,116,471 100
2010/12/26 - $7,224 +21% 62 $117   $92,123,695 101
2010/12/27 - $6,174 -15% 62 $100   $92,129,869 102
2010/12/28 - $6,050 -2% 62 $98   $92,135,919 103
2010/12/29 - $6,547 +8% 62 $106   $92,142,466 104
2010/12/30 - $6,939 +6% 62 $112   $92,149,405 105
2010/12/31 - $5,632 -19% 62 $91   $92,155,037 106
2011/01/01 - $11,360 +102% 62 $183   $92,166,397 107
2011/01/02 - $6,838 -40% 62 $110   $92,173,235 108
2011/01/03 - $3,405 -50% 62 $55   $92,176,640 109
2011/01/04 - $3,630 +7% 62 $59   $92,180,270 110
2011/01/05 - $2,895 -20% 62 $47   $92,183,165 111
2011/01/06 - $3,097 +7% 62 $50   $92,186,262 112

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2010/09/17 1 $23,808,032   2,861 $8,322   $23,808,032 3
2010/09/24 3 $15,605,171 -34% 2,885 $5,409   $48,692,072 10
2010/10/01 4 $9,749,332 -38% 2,935 $3,322   $64,056,752 17
2010/10/08 6 $6,411,008 -34% 2,720 $2,357   $73,847,527 24
2010/10/15 7 $3,977,006 -38% 2,368 $1,679   $80,510,629 31
2010/10/22 9 $2,749,090 -31% 1,918 $1,433   $84,681,614 38
2010/10/29 9 $1,975,260 -28% 1,608 $1,228   $87,626,867 45
2010/11/05 13 $1,164,382 -41% 801 $1,454   $89,748,239 52
2010/11/12 20 $438,397 -62% 375 $1,169   $90,626,556 59
2010/11/19 23 $209,488 -52% 165 $1,270   $90,982,269 66
2010/11/26 21 $314,720 +50% 318 $990   $91,429,625 73
2010/12/03 24 $202,909 -36% 318 $638   $91,735,513 80
2010/12/10 28 $130,103 -36% 255 $510   $91,947,016 87
2010/12/17 36 $57,591 -56% 144 $400   $92,074,857 94
2010/12/24 49 $15,910 -72% 62 $257   $92,123,695 101
2010/12/31 50 $23,830 +50% 62 $384   $92,173,235 108

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
12/19/20108338,915 338,915$6,097,081$6,097,0811
12/26/20106537,140+58% 876,055$8,819,839$14,916,9202
1/2/20115309,895-42% 1,185,950$4,025,536$18,942,4563
1/9/20118138,307-55% 1,324,257$1,796,608$20,739,0644
1/16/20111373,036-47% 1,397,293$990,368$21,729,4325
1/23/20111758,047-21% 1,455,340$874,188$22,603,6206
1/30/20112147,160-19% 1,502,500$713,531$23,317,1507
2/6/20112049,009+4% 1,551,509$734,645$24,051,7958
2/13/20113033,944-31% 1,585,453$479,629$24,531,4249
2/20/20117243,577+618% 1,829,030$2,206,808$26,738,23210
2/27/20112554,617-78% 1,883,647$494,830$27,233,06211
3/6/20112929,586-46% 1,913,233$369,529$27,602,59112

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
12/19/20105179,459 179,459$3,991,177$3,991,1771
12/26/20104385,431+115% 564,890$7,704,762$11,695,9392
1/2/20114149,226-61% 714,117$2,844,256$14,540,1953
1/9/2011744,198-70% 758,314$839,323$15,379,5184
1/16/2011445,437+3% 803,752$891,482$16,271,0005
1/23/2011825,341-44% 829,093$574,990$16,845,9906
1/30/20111016,907-33% 845,999$401,031$17,247,0217
2/6/20111516,708-1% 862,707$428,905$17,675,9268
2/20/2011459,324 936,952$829,938$18,857,69510
2/27/2011928,342-52% 965,294$396,511$19,254,20611
3/6/20111411,459-60% 976,753$189,767$19,443,97312
11/27/20111952,320 1,056,705$673,364$20,472,94950

The Town Trailer

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