True Grit

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Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $171,243,005Details
International Box Office $81,033,923
Worldwide Box Office $252,276,928
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $23,830,914 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $15,405,476 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $39,236,390
Further financial details...

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Synopsis

Fourteen year old Matte Ross's father is gunned down by a man named Tom Chaney in 1870's Fort Smith Arkansas. When Chancy escapes to the neighboring Indian Territory, and out of the jurisdiction of the local law, Matte hires grizzled federal marshal Rooster Cogburn to track him down. Matte insists on coming along on the manhunt to ensure justice is done. Cogburn teams up with LeBauf, a Texas Ranger who has been pursuing Chaney for a murder committed in Texas. Matte, Cogburn and LeBauf ride into the Oklahoma Territory on a mission of justice and revenge.

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics
96% - Certified Fresh
Audience
85% - Upright

Movie Details

Production Budget:$35,000,000
Theatrical Release: December 22nd, 2010 (Wide) by Paramount Pictures
Video Release: June 7th, 2011 by Paramount Home Video
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for some intense sequences of western violence including disturbing images.
(Rating bulletin 2147, 11/17/2010)
Keywords: Prologue, Gangs, Epilogue, Same Role, Multiple Actors, Coming of Age, Addiction, Voiceover/Narration, Revenge, Family Affair
Source:Based on Fiction Book/Short Story
Genre:Western
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Historical Fiction

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Cast

Jeff Bridges    Rooster Cogburn
Matt Damon    Texas Ranger La Boeuf
Josh Brolin    Tom Cheney
Hailee Steinfeld    Mattie Ross
Barry Pepper    "Lucky" Ned Pepper

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Joel Coen
Screenwriter    Joel Coen
Producer    Ethan Coen
Producer    Joel Coen
Producer    Scott Rudin
Executive Producer    David Ellison
Executive Producer    Megan Ellison
Executive Producer    Paul Schwake
Executive Producer    Steven Spielberg
Executive Producer    Ethan Coen
Story Creator    Charles Portis
Cinematographer    Roger Deakins
Production Designer    Jess Gonchor
Editor    Ethan Coen
Editor    Joel Coen
Editor    Roderick Jaynes
Composer    Carter Burwell
Supervising Art Director    Christy Wilson
Art Director    Stefan Dechant
Set Decorator    Nancy Haigh
Costume Designer    Mary Zophres
Sound    Peter F. Kurland
Sound Designer    Craig Berkey
Re-recording Mixer    Skip Lievsay
Re-recording Mixer    Craig Berkey
Re-recording Mixer    Greg Orloff
Special Effects Coordinator    Steve Cremin
Visual Effects Supervisor    Payam Shohadai
Assistant Director    Betsy Magruder
Casting    Jo Edno Boldin
Casting    Ellen Chenoweth
Casting    Rachel Tenner

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2010/12/22 3 $5,539,010   3,047 $1,818   $5,539,010 1
2010/12/23 3 $5,671,609 +2% 3,047 $1,861   $11,210,619 2
2010/12/24 2 $4,750,340 -16% 3,047 $1,559   $15,960,959 3
2010/12/25 2 $10,363,597 +118% 3,047 $3,401   $26,324,556 4
2010/12/26 2 $9,716,506 -6% 3,047 $3,189   $36,041,062 5
2010/12/27 2 $7,145,360 -26% 3,047 $2,345   $43,186,422 6
2010/12/28 3 $6,154,799 -14% 3,047 $2,020   $49,341,221 7
2010/12/29 2 $6,276,645 +2% 3,083 $2,036   $55,617,866 8
2010/12/30 2 $6,636,001 +6% 3,083 $2,152   $62,253,867 9
2010/12/31 1 $8,166,256 +23% 3,083 $2,649   $70,420,123 10
2011/01/01 2 $9,870,701 +21% 3,083 $3,202   $80,290,824 11
2011/01/02 2 $6,379,558 -35% 3,083 $2,069   $86,670,382 12
2011/01/03 1 $2,621,913 -59% 3,083 $850   $89,292,295 13
2011/01/04 1 $2,165,547 -17% 3,083 $702   $91,457,842 14
2011/01/05 1 $1,940,218 -10% 3,083 $629   $93,398,060 15
2011/01/06 1 $2,031,962 +5% 3,083 $659   $95,430,022 16
2011/01/07 1 $4,427,147 +118% 3,124 $1,417   $99,857,169 17
2011/01/08 1 $6,579,404 +49% 3,124 $2,106   $106,436,573 18
2011/01/09 1 $3,598,584 -45% 3,124 $1,152   $110,035,157 19
2011/01/10 1 $1,110,164 -69% 3,124 $355   $111,145,321 20
2011/01/11 1 $1,389,126 +25% 3,124 $445   $112,534,447 21
2011/01/12 1 $1,303,616 -6% 3,124 $417   $113,838,063 22
2011/01/13 1 $1,373,832 +5% 3,124 $440   $115,211,895 23
2011/01/14 3 $3,254,531 +137% 3,459 $941   $118,466,426 24
2011/01/15 3 $4,605,414 +42% 3,459 $1,331   $123,071,840 25
2011/01/16 3 $3,144,810 -32% 3,459 $909   $126,216,650 26
2011/01/17 3 $2,122,704 -33% 3,459 $614   $128,339,354 27
2011/01/18 5 $838,242 -61% 3,459 $242   $129,177,596 28
2011/01/19 5 $727,067 -13% 3,459 $210   $129,904,663 29
2011/01/20 5 $728,764 n/c 3,459 $211   $130,633,427 30
2011/01/21 5 $2,113,496 +190% 3,464 $610   $132,746,923 31
2011/01/22 5 $3,859,283 +83% 3,464 $1,114   $136,606,206 32
2011/01/23 5 $1,357,313 -65% 3,464 $392   $137,963,519 33
2011/01/24 5 $543,758 -60% 3,464 $157   $138,507,277 34
2011/01/25 4 $766,901 +41% 3,464 $221   $139,274,178 35
2011/01/26 4 $717,864 -6% 3,464 $207   $139,992,042 36
2011/01/27 4 $795,593 +11% 3,464 $230   $140,787,635 37
2011/01/28 6 $1,956,810 +146% 3,120 $627   $142,744,445 38
2011/01/29 6 $3,517,761 +80% 3,120 $1,127   $146,262,206 39
2011/01/30 6 $2,043,694 -42% 3,120 $655   $148,305,900 40
2011/01/31 6 $472,585 -77% 3,120 $151   $148,778,485 41
2011/02/01 6 $461,005 -2% 3,120 $148   $149,239,490 42
2011/02/02 6 $497,001 +8% 3,120 $159   $149,736,491 43
2011/02/03 6 $525,911 +6% 3,120 $169   $150,262,402 44
2011/02/04 8 $1,444,377 +175% 2,902 $498   $151,706,779 45
2011/02/05 8 $2,566,917 +78% 2,902 $885   $154,273,696 46
2011/02/06 8 $628,845 -76% 2,902 $217   $154,902,541 47
2011/02/07 8 $393,387 -37% 2,902 $136   $155,295,928 48
2011/02/08 8 $444,573 +13% 2,902 $153   $155,740,501 49
2011/02/09 8 $390,007 -12% 2,902 $134   $156,130,508 50
2011/02/10 7 $439,177 +13% 2,902 $151   $156,569,685 51
2011/02/11 9 $957,461 +118% 2,072 $462   $157,527,146 52
2011/02/12 9 $1,827,004 +91% 2,072 $882   $159,354,150 53
2011/02/13 10 $1,000,879 -45% 2,072 $483   $160,355,029 54
2011/02/14 12 $553,795 -45% 2,072 $267   $160,908,824 55
2011/02/15 10 $277,059 -50% 2,072 $134   $161,185,883 56
2011/02/16 10 $257,510 -7% 2,072 $124   $161,443,393 57
2011/02/17 9 $274,110 +6% 2,072 $132   $161,717,503 58
2011/02/18 11 $556,629 +103% 1,465 $380   $162,274,132 59
2011/02/19 11 $1,077,473 +94% 1,465 $735   $163,351,605 60
2011/02/20 11 $776,419 -28% 1,465 $530   $164,128,024 61
2011/02/21 11 $475,215 -39% 1,465 $324   $164,603,239 62
2011/02/22 11 $194,314 -59% 1,465 $133   $164,797,553 63
2011/02/23 11 $183,256 -6% 1,465 $125   $164,980,809 64
2011/02/24 11 $204,541 +12% 1,465 $140   $165,185,350 65
2011/02/25 11 $510,768 +150% 1,222 $418   $165,696,118 66
2011/02/26 10 $976,737 +91% 1,222 $799   $166,672,855 67
2011/02/27 10 $459,587 -53% 1,222 $376   $167,132,442 68
2011/02/28 10 $140,440 -69% 1,222 $115   $167,272,882 69
2011/03/01 11 $151,679 +8% 1,222 $124   $167,424,561 70
2011/03/02 10 $138,290 -9% 1,222 $113   $167,562,851 71
2011/03/03 10 $142,849 +3% 1,222 $117   $167,705,700 72
2011/03/04 16 $256,925 +80% 725 $354   $167,962,625 73
2011/03/05 15 $463,576 +80% 725 $639   $168,426,201 74
2011/03/06 16 $254,887 -45% 725 $352   $168,681,088 75
2011/03/07 - $68,592 -73% 725 $95   $168,749,680 76
2011/03/08 - $66,808 -3% 725 $92   $168,816,488 77
2011/03/09 - $63,571 -5% 725 $88   $168,880,059 78
2011/03/10 - $76,403 +20% 725 $105   $168,956,462 79
2011/03/11 - $112,097 +47% 401 $280   $169,068,559 80
2011/03/12 - $210,908 +88% 401 $526   $169,279,467 81
2011/03/13 - $101,938 -52% 401 $254   $169,381,405 82
2011/03/14 - $36,729 -64% 401 $92   $169,418,134 83
2011/03/15 - $41,662 +13% 401 $104   $169,459,796 84
2011/03/16 - $38,165 -8% 401 $95   $169,497,961 85
2011/03/17 - $32,636 -14% 401 $81   $169,530,597 86
2011/03/18 - $76,185 +133% 268 $284   $169,606,782 87
2011/03/19 - $116,152 +52% 268 $433   $169,722,934 88
2011/03/20 - $57,674 -50% 268 $215   $169,780,608 89
2011/03/21 - $23,114 -60% 268 $86   $169,803,722 90
2011/03/22 - $25,262 +9% 268 $94   $169,828,984 91
2011/03/23 - $22,925 -9% 268 $86   $169,851,909 92
2011/03/24 - $24,701 +8% 268 $92   $169,876,610 93
2011/03/25 - $54,369 +120% 205 $265   $169,930,979 94
2011/03/26 - $83,289 +53% 205 $406   $170,014,268 95
2011/03/27 - $44,391 -47% 205 $217   $170,058,659 96
2011/03/28 - $15,756 -65% 205 $77   $170,074,415 97
2011/03/29 - $18,560 +18% 205 $91   $170,092,975 98
2011/03/30 - $17,723 -5% 205 $86   $170,110,698 99
2011/03/31 - $17,256 -3% 205 $84   $170,127,954 100
2011/04/01 - $93,757 +443% 324 $289   $170,221,711 101
2011/04/02 - $128,734 +37% 324 $397   $170,350,445 102
2011/04/03 - $71,794 -44% 324 $222   $170,422,239 103
2011/04/04 - $26,745 -63% 324 $83   $170,448,984 104
2011/04/05 - $38,766 +45% 324 $120   $170,487,750 105
2011/04/06 - $32,262 -17% 324 $100   $170,520,012 106
2011/04/07 - $31,303 -3% 324 $97   $170,551,315 107
2011/04/08 - $66,422 +112% 263 $253   $170,617,737 108
2011/04/09 - $97,673 +47% 263 $371   $170,715,410 109
2011/04/10 - $45,464 -53% 263 $173   $170,760,874 110
2011/04/11 - $16,332 -64% 263 $62   $170,777,206 111
2011/04/12 - $19,468 +19% 263 $74   $170,796,674 112
2011/04/13 - $16,853 -13% 263 $64   $170,813,527 113
2011/04/14 - $20,098 +19% 263 $76   $170,833,625 114
2011/04/15 - $32,003 +59% 177 $181   $170,865,628 115
2011/04/16 - $50,771 +59% 177 $287   $170,916,399 116
2011/04/17 - $22,176 -56% 177 $125   $170,938,575 117
2011/04/18 - $9,276 -58% 177 $52   $170,947,851 118
2011/04/19 - $11,028 +19% 177 $62   $170,958,879 119
2011/04/20 - $10,972 -1% 177 $62   $170,969,851 120
2011/04/21 - $12,554 +14% 177 $71   $170,982,405 121
2011/04/22 - $17,679 +41% 80 $221   $171,000,084 122
2011/04/23 - $20,383 +15% 80 $255   $171,020,467 123
2011/04/24 - $10,880 -47% 80 $136   $171,031,347 124
2011/04/25 - $5,024 -54% 80 $63   $171,036,371 125
2011/04/26 - $4,963 -1% 80 $62   $171,041,334 126
2011/04/27 - $4,615 -7% 80 $58   $171,045,949 127
2011/04/28 - $4,379 -5% 80 $55   $171,050,328 128

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2010/12/24 2 $24,830,443   3,047 $8,149   $36,041,062 5
2010/12/31 2 $24,416,515 -2% 3,083 $7,920   $86,670,382 12
2011/01/07 1 $14,605,135 -40% 3,124 $4,675   $110,035,157 19
2011/01/14 3 $11,004,755 -25% 3,459 $3,181   $126,216,650 26
2011/01/21 5 $7,330,092 -33% 3,464 $2,116   $137,963,519 33
2011/01/28 6 $7,518,265 +3% 3,120 $2,410   $148,305,900 40
2011/02/04 8 $4,640,139 -38% 2,902 $1,599   $154,902,541 47
2011/02/11 9 $3,785,344 -18% 2,072 $1,827   $160,355,029 54
2011/02/18 11 $2,410,521 -36% 1,465 $1,645   $164,128,024 61
2011/02/25 10 $1,947,092 -19% 1,222 $1,593   $167,132,442 68
2011/03/04 16 $975,388 -50% 725 $1,345   $168,681,088 75
2011/03/11 21 $424,943 -56% 401 $1,060   $169,381,405 82
2011/03/18 24 $250,011 -41% 268 $933   $169,780,608 89
2011/03/25 30 $182,049 -27% 205 $888   $170,058,659 96
2011/04/01 22 $294,285 +62% 324 $908   $170,422,239 103
2011/04/08 29 $209,559 -29% 263 $797   $170,760,874 110
2011/04/15 33 $104,950 -50% 177 $593   $170,938,575 117
2011/04/22 49 $48,942 -53% 80 $612   $171,031,347 124

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
6/12/20111816,389 816,389$12,776,488$12,776,4881
6/19/20111390,665-52% 1,207,054$5,856,068$18,632,5562
6/26/20115142,023-64% 1,349,077$2,332,018$20,964,5743
7/3/20111061,364-57% 1,300,998$963,415$20,245,5314
7/10/20111045,348-26% 1,346,346$728,289$20,973,8195
7/17/20112228,693-37% 1,375,039$452,776$21,426,5956
8/7/20112712,710 1,414,578$217,722$22,092,3109
8/14/20112120,671+63% 1,435,249$346,859$22,439,17010

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
6/12/20111412,628 412,628$7,509,830$7,509,8301
6/19/20112299,442-27% 712,070$4,488,638$11,998,4682
6/26/2011543,562-85% 755,632$715,291$12,713,7593
7/3/2011720,678-53% 776,310$392,676$13,106,4354
7/10/20111318,490-11% 794,800$359,085$13,465,5205
7/17/20111711,925-36% 806,725$251,371$13,716,8916

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