Tropic Thunder

Tropic Thunder poster
Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $110,461,307Details
International Box Office $77,702,148
Worldwide Box Office $188,163,455
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $51,266,125 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $51,266,125
Further financial details...

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  3. Box Office
  4. Video Sales
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  6. Cast & Crew
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Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics
83% - Certified Fresh
Audience
70% - Upright

Movie Details

Production Budget:$90,000,000
Theatrical Release: August 13th, 2008 (Wide) by Paramount Pictures
Video Release: November 18th, 2008 by Paramount Home Video
MPAA Rating: R for pervasive language including sexual references, violent content and drug material
Keywords: Gratuitous Cameos, War, Movie Business
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Comedy
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction

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DVD Releases for November 18, 2008 - Part I

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International Top Five - Mamma Mia Still Singing a Profitable Song

Mamma Mia! remained in top spot on the international chart with a nearly identical result to last week, earning $15.62 million on 4,152 screens in 44 markets for a total of $356.63 million internationally and $498.82 million worldwide. This includes an estimated $4.3 million on 436 screens in Russia, which was easily enough for first place. The film is also still cruising in the U.K. adding $1.10 million on 418 screens for a total of $113.40 million after nearly three months of release. At this point, one has to assume that Titanic's record is not out of reach, and that the studio might be willing to give it the extra push to put it over the top. More...

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Burn on Fire at the Box Office

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Laborious Weekend for New Releases

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Cast

Ben Stiller    Speedman
Jack Black    Jeff 'Fats' Portnoy
Robert Downey, Jr.    Kirk Lazarus
Nick Nolte    Four Leaf Tayback
Steve Coogan    Damian Cockburn
Jay Baruchel    Kevin Sandusky
Danny McBride    Cody
Brandon T. Jackson    Alpa Chino
Bill Hader    Studio Executive Rob Slolom
Brandon Soo Hoo    Tran
Trieu Tran    Tru
Matthew McConaughey    Rick Peck
Tom Cruise    Lee Grossman
Reggie Lee    Byong
Christine Taylor    Rebecca
Matt Levin    Cameraperson
Tobey Maguire    Himself
Jeff Kahn    Snooty Waiter
Tyra Banks    Herself
Jon Voight    Himself
Jennifer Love Hewitt    Herself
Jason Bateman    Himself
Alicia Silverstone    Herself

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Ben Stiller
Screenwriter    Justin Theroux
Screenwriter    Ben Stiller
Screenwriter    Etan Cohen
Story Creator    Ben Stiller
Story Creator    Justin Theroux
Producer    Stuart Cornfeld
Producer    Ben Stiller
Producer    Eric McLeod
Executive Producer    Justin Theroux
Co-Producer    Brian Taylor
Cinematographer    John Toll
Editor    Greg Hayden
Composer    Theodore Shapiro
Music Supervisor    George Drakoulias
Production Designer    Jeff Mann
Art Director    Richard L. Johnson
Art Director    Dan Webster
Set Designer    John Chichester
Set Designer    Maria Baker
Set Designer    Jeff Ozimek
Set Designer    John Warnke
Set Decorator    Daniel B. Clancy
Costume Designer    Marlene Stewart
Sound Mixer    Steve Cantamessa
Supervising Sound Editor    Craig Henighan
Supervising Sound Editor    Jim Brookshire
Re-recording Mixer    Ron Bartlett
Re-recording Mixer    D.M. Hemphill
Re-recording Mixer    Craig Henighan
Visual Effects Supervisor    Michael Fink
Special Effects Supervisor    Mike Meinardus
Stunt Coordinator    Brad Martin
Second Unit Camera    Josh Bleibtreu
Casting Director    Kathy Driscoll
Casting Director    Francine Maisler

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2008/08/13 1 $6,503,141   3,319 $1,959   $6,503,141 1
2008/08/14 1 $4,529,651 -30% 3,319 $1,365   $11,032,792 2
2008/08/15 1 $8,208,800 +81% 3,319 $2,473   $19,241,592 3
2008/08/16 1 $9,582,941 +17% 3,319 $2,887   $28,824,533 4
2008/08/17 1 $8,021,055 -16% 3,319 $2,417   $36,845,588 5
2008/08/18 1 $3,590,742 -55% 3,319 $1,082   $40,436,330 6
2008/08/19 1 $3,527,597 -2% 3,319 $1,063   $43,963,927 7
2008/08/20 1 $2,905,228 -18% 3,319 $875   $46,869,155 8
2008/08/21 1 $2,698,565 -7% 3,319 $813   $49,567,720 9
2008/08/22 2 $4,884,338 +81% 3,352 $1,457   $54,452,058 10
2008/08/23 1 $6,477,403 +33% 3,352 $1,932   $60,929,461 11
2008/08/24 1 $4,950,454 -24% 3,352 $1,477   $65,879,915 12
2008/08/25 1 $1,897,596 -62% 3,352 $566   $67,777,511 13
2008/08/26 1 $1,790,558 -6% 3,352 $534   $69,568,069 14
2008/08/27 1 $1,439,940 -20% 3,352 $430   $71,008,009 15
2008/08/28 1 $1,365,815 -5% 3,352 $407   $72,333,824 16
2008/08/29 2 $3,014,038 +121% 3,473 $868   $75,347,862 17
2008/08/30 1 $4,200,171 +39% 3,473 $1,209   $79,548,033 18
2008/08/31 1 $4,304,402 +2% 3,473 $1,239   $83,852,435 19
2008/09/01 1 $3,083,510 -28% 3,473 $888   $86,935,945 20
2008/09/02 1 $899,643 -71% 3,473 $259   $87,835,588 21
2008/09/03 1 $751,881 -16% 3,473 $216   $88,587,469 22
2008/09/04 1 $723,450 -4% 3,473 $208   $89,310,919 23
2008/09/05 2 $2,103,284 +191% 3,446 $610   $91,414,203 24
2008/09/06 1 $3,397,702 +62% 3,446 $986   $94,811,905 25
2008/09/07 2 $1,729,724 -49% 3,446 $502   $96,541,629 26
2008/09/08 2 $528,967 -69% 3,446 $154   $97,070,596 27
2008/09/09 2 $641,461 +21% 3,446 $186   $97,712,057 28
2008/09/10 2 $535,653 -16% 3,446 $155   $98,247,710 29
2008/09/11 1 $542,954 +1% 3,446 $158   $98,790,664 30
2008/09/12 6 $1,218,010 +124% 2,927 $416   $100,008,674 31
2008/09/13 7 $1,901,683 +56% 2,927 $650   $101,910,357 32
2008/09/14 5 $1,063,712 -44% 2,927 $363   $102,974,069 33
2008/09/15 5 $313,954 -70% 2,927 $107   $103,288,023 34
2008/09/16 5 $337,887 +8% 2,927 $115   $103,625,910 35
2008/09/17 5 $305,157 -10% 2,927 $104   $103,931,067 36
2008/09/18 5 $318,414 +4% 2,927 $109   $104,249,481 37
2008/09/19 11 $750,102 +136% 2,333 $322   $104,999,583 38
2008/09/20 11 $1,180,366 +57% 2,333 $506   $106,169,366 39
2008/09/21 10 $625,773 -47% 2,333 $268   $106,805,722 40
2008/09/22 10 $186,618 -70% 2,333 $80   $106,992,340 41
2008/09/23 10 $206,938 +11% 2,333 $89   $107,199,278 42
2008/09/24 10 $192,089 -7% 2,333 $82   $107,391,367 43
2008/09/25 10 $192,348 n/c 2,333 $82   $107,583,715 44
2008/09/26 - $322,800 +68% 1,354 $238   $107,906,515 45
2008/09/27 - $572,103 +77% 1,354 $423   $108,478,618 46
2008/09/28 - $290,047 -49% 1,354 $214   $108,768,665 47
2008/09/29 - $91,743 -68% 1,354 $68   $108,860,408 48
2008/09/30 - $107,617 +17% 1,354 $79   $108,968,025 49
2008/10/01 - $95,181 -12% 1,354 $70   $109,063,206 50
2008/10/02 - $82,363 -13% 1,354 $61   $109,145,569 51
2008/10/03 - $102,000 +24% 485 $210   $109,247,569 52
2008/10/04 - $142,436 +40% 485 $294   $109,390,005 53
2008/10/05 - $82,157 -42% 485 $169   $109,472,162 54
2008/10/06 - $24,141 -71% 485 $50   $109,496,303 55
2008/10/07 - $27,835 +15% 485 $57   $109,524,138 56
2008/10/08 - $27,918 n/c 485 $58   $109,552,056 57
2008/10/09 - $28,941 +4% 485 $60   $109,580,997 58
2008/10/10 - $47,234 +63% 250 $189   $109,628,231 59
2008/10/11 - $65,284 +38% 250 $261   $109,693,515 60
2008/10/12 - $38,242 -41% 250 $153   $109,731,757 61
2008/10/13 - $16,796 -56% 250 $67   $109,748,553 62
2008/10/14 - $13,540 -19% 250 $54   $109,762,093 63
2008/10/15 - $11,509 -15% 250 $46   $109,773,602 64
2008/10/16 - $13,266 +15% 250 $53   $109,786,868 65
2008/10/17 - $28,752 +117% 179 $161   $109,815,620 66
2008/10/18 - $40,143 +40% 179 $224   $109,855,763 67
2008/10/19 - $20,370 -49% 179 $114   $109,876,133 68
2008/10/20 - $7,018 -66% 179 $39   $109,883,151 69
2008/10/21 - $9,235 +32% 179 $52   $109,892,386 70
2008/10/22 - $8,522 -8% 179 $48   $109,900,908 71
2008/10/23 - $7,336 -14% 179 $41   $109,908,244 72
2008/10/24 - $56,692 +673% 228 $249   $109,964,936 73
2008/10/25 - $69,631 +23% 228 $305   $110,034,567 74
2008/10/26 - $45,682 -34% 228 $200   $110,080,249 75
2008/10/27 - $16,248 -64% 228 $71   $110,096,497 76
2008/10/28 - $19,097 +18% 228 $84   $110,115,594 77
2008/10/29 - $17,267 -10% 228 $76   $110,132,861 78
2008/10/30 - $15,876 -8% 228 $70   $110,148,737 79
2008/10/31 - $22,034 +39% 228 $97   $110,170,771 80
2008/11/01 - $59,502 +170% 228 $261   $110,230,273 81
2008/11/02 - $38,521 -35% 228 $169   $110,268,794 82
2008/11/03 - $10,877 -72% 228 $48   $110,279,671 83
2008/11/04 - $13,288 +22% 228 $58   $110,292,959 84
2008/11/05 - $13,958 +5% 228 $61   $110,306,917 85
2008/11/06 - $13,903 n/c 228 $61   $110,320,820 86
2008/11/07 - $28,340 +104% 165 $172   $110,349,160 87
2008/11/08 - $41,809 +48% 165 $253   $110,390,969 88
2008/11/09 - $25,733 -38% 165 $156   $110,416,702 89
2008/11/10 - $11,327 -56% 165 $69   $110,428,029 90
2008/11/11 - $14,936 +32% 165 $91   $110,442,965 91
2008/11/12 - $9,010 -40% 165 $55   $110,451,975 92
2008/11/13 - $9,332 +4% 165 $57   $110,461,307 93

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2008/08/15 1 $25,812,796   3,319 $7,777   $25,812,796 5
2008/08/22 1 $16,272,195 -37% 3,352 $4,854   $65,839,915 12
2008/08/29 1 $11,518,611 -29% 3,473 $3,317   $83,852,435 19
2008/09/05 2 $7,230,710 -37% 3,446 $2,098   $96,541,629 26
2008/09/12 5 $4,183,405 -42% 2,927 $1,429   $102,974,069 33
2008/09/19 11 $2,556,241 -39% 2,333 $1,096   $106,805,722 40
2008/09/26 16 $1,184,950 -54% 1,354 $875   $108,768,665 47
2008/10/03 26 $326,593 -72% 485 $673   $109,472,162 54
2008/10/10 34 $150,760 -54% 250 $603   $109,731,757 61
2008/10/17 39 $89,265 -41% 179 $499   $109,876,133 68
2008/10/24 32 $172,005 +93% 228 $754   $110,080,249 75
2008/10/31 35 $120,057 -30% 220 $546   $110,268,794 82
2008/11/07 38 $95,882 -20% 165 $581   $110,416,702 89

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
11/23/20082878,930 878,930$15,800,788$15,800,7881
11/30/20085693,214-21% 1,572,144$11,734,796$27,535,5842
12/7/20089258,535-63% 1,830,679$4,160,345$31,695,9293
12/14/200811200,279-23% 2,030,958$3,170,917$34,866,8474
12/21/200813237,743+19% 2,268,701$3,769,154$38,636,0005
12/28/200817228,810-4% 2,497,511$3,635,059$42,271,0596
1/4/20092299,349-57% 2,596,860$1,605,977$43,877,0367
1/11/20093057,141-42% 2,654,001$1,131,398$45,008,4338
1/18/20092841,391-28% 2,695,392$790,725$45,799,1599
1/25/20092745,469+10% 2,740,861$703,828$46,502,98710

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