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Van Helsing (2004)

Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $120,150,546Details
International Box Office $180,000,000
Worldwide Box Office $300,150,546
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Metrics

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Critics RottenAudience Spilled
Critics
23% - Rotten
Audience
57% - Spilled

Latest Ranking on Cumulative Box Office Lists


Movie Details

Production Budget:$170,000,000
Domestic Releases: May 7th, 2004 (Wide) by Universal
Video Release: October 19th, 2004 by Universal Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for nonstop creature action violence and frightening images, and for sensuality
Running Time: 132 minutes
Comparisons: vs. Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows
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Keywords: Monster, Franchise Crossover, Visual Effects, Vampire, Werewolf, Steampunk, 1880s
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Action
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Historical Fiction
Production Companies: Sommers Company
Production Countries: United States

Ranking on other Records and Milestones

RecordRankRevenueChart
Date
Days In
Release
Biggest 15th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,655 $21,345 Aug 13, 2004 101
Biggest 13th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,463 $79,425 Jul 30, 2004 87
Biggest 12th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,232 $141,410 Jul 23, 2004 80
Biggest 11th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,294 $167,075 Jul 16, 2004 73
Biggest 10th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,408 $201,605 Jul 9, 2004 66
Biggest 9th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,710 $195,835 Jul 2, 2004 59
Biggest 8th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,691 $294,840 Jun 25, 2004 52
Biggest 7th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,660 $511,955 Jun 18, 2004 45
Biggest 6th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,459 $1,194,255 Jun 11, 2004 38
Biggest 5th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,275 $2,439,860 Jun 4, 2004 31
Biggest 4th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 844 $5,261,615 May 28, 2004 24
Biggest 3rd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 512 $10,561,655 May 21, 2004 17
Fastest Movies to Earn $100 Million at the Domestic Box Office 293 $100,526,335 May 21, 2004 17
Biggest 2nd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 328 $20,727,515 May 14, 2004 10
Biggest Sunday at the Domestic Box Office 302 $12,583,985 May 9, 2004 3
Biggest May Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 58 $51,748,040 May 7, 2004 3
Biggest Opening Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 183 $51,748,040 May 7, 2004 3
Biggest Weekends at the Domestic Box Office 222 $51,748,040 May 7, 2004 3
Fastest Movies to Earn $50 Million at the Domestic Box Office 178 $51,748,040 May 7, 2004 3
Widest Opening Weekend 263 3,575 May 7, 2004 3
Biggest Saturday at the Domestic Box Office 220 $19,644,625 May 8, 2004 2
Biggest Friday at the Domestic Box Office 181 $19,700,000 May 7, 2004 1
Biggest May Day at the Domestic Box Office 155 $19,700,000 May 7, 2004 1
Biggest Single Days at the Domestic Box Office 556 $19,700,000 May 7, 2004 1

Cast

   Gabriel Van Helsing
Kate Beckinsale    Anna Valerious
Richard Roxburgh    Count Dracula
David Wenham    Carl
Will Kemp    Velkan Valerious
Shuler Hensley    Frankenstein's Monster
Elena Anaya    Aleera
Kevin J. O'Connor    Igor
Alun Armstrong    Cardinal Junette
Silvia Colloca    Verona
Josie Maran    Marishka
Tom Fisher    Top Hat
Samuel West    Dr. Victor Frankenstein
Robbie Coltrane    Mr. Hyde
Martin Klebba    Dwerger (Uncredited)

Production and Technical Credits

Director   
Screenwriter    Stephen Sommers
Producer    Stephen Sommers
Producer    Bob Ducsay
Executive Producer    Sam Mercer
Cinematographer    Allen Daviau
Editor    Bob Ducsay
Editor    Kelly Matsumoto
Production Designer    Allan Cameron
Art Director    Steve Arnold
Art Director    Keith P. Cunningham
Art Director    Tony Reading
Art Director    Giles Masters
Art Director    Jaromir Svaro
Set Designer    Luke Freeborn
Set Designer    Jann Engel
Set Designer    Harry E. Otto
Set Designer    Easton Smith
Set Designer    Eric Sundahl
Set Decorator    Cindy Carr
Set Decorator    Anna Pinnock
Costume Designer    Gabriella Pescucci
Costume Designer    Carlo Poggioli
Sound    Chris Munro
Sound Mixer    Leslie Shatz
Sound Mixer    David Parker
Sound Mixer    Dennis Sands
Supervising Sound Editor    Per Halberg
Supervising Sound Editor    Karen Baker Landers
Special Makeup    Greg Cannom
Special Makeup    Keith Vanderlaan
Visual Effects Supervisor    Ben Snow
Visual Effects Supervisor    Scott Squires
Special Visual Effects    Bill Taylor
Animation Supervisor    Daniel Jeannette
Associate Producer    Artist Robinson
Assistant Director    Artist Robinson
Assistant Director    Mirek Lux
Second Unit Director    Greg Michael
Second Unit Camera    Josh Bleibtreu
Stunt Coordinator    R.A. Rondell
Casting Director    Perscilla John
Casting Director    Ellen Lewis
Casting Director    Joanna Colbert
Supervising Music Editor    Kenneth Karman
Sound Effects Editor    Dan Hegeman
Stunts    Martin Klebba

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November 17th, 2004

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DVD Releases for October 19, 2004

October 18th, 2004

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October 13th, 2004

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Collateral Climbs to the Top

October 6th, 2004

Collateral finished first on the international charts breaking The Village's five week run on top. Although, with a weekly take of only $9.4 million in 28 markets, it has as much to do with the weakness of the competition as it does with the strength of the film itself. The largest chunk of that box office came from France, where the film earned $3.8 million. More...

Village's Population Grows

September 29th, 2004

For the fifth week in a row The Village finished in first place with $14.0 million on 4000 screens in 38 markets. The biggest opening of the week was $5.2 million in Spain, but suffered another collapse in Mexico dropping 55% during its second weekend there. Its international total hit $100 million over the weekend, the fifth Disney film to do so this year, and the 17th overall. More...

Spider Swings into Italy but Can't Top Village

September 21st, 2004

The Village once again top took spot on the international scene, but by a very narrow margin. Still being plagued by sharp drop-offs, the film earned $11.2 million on 3,500 screens in 34 markets. So far the film has taken it $117 million internationally, higher than its $113 million it earned domestically. Although, it is much lower than M. Night Shyamalan's previous movie Signs. More...

Village's Population Grows

September 14th, 2004

The Village again was the weekend champ in the international box office with $15.3 million on nearly 3,500 screens in 31 markets. Highlights for the weekend include and impressive debut in Germany at $5.5 million and a less spectacular $3.1 million in Japan. The film also suffered a 55% drop-off in its second weekend in Australia while it held up much better in Brazil. So far the film has earned $63.2 million internationally and is well on its way to matching its $112 million domestic total. More...

Stuck in Neutral

September 8th, 2004

The weekend on the international scene was very much the same as last weekend, just a little bit slower. The Village was again the champ, thanks to seven openings in mostly mid-ranged markets. A $2.2 million debut in Australia was the top money earner as the film took in $9 million in 23 markets. It's international total is now $45 million and should be headed to $100 million before it is done. More...

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June 8th, 2004

Despite only opening in 24 international markets, Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban had both the biggest international and worldwide opening of the year. Its three day total of $87.2 million was ahead of last week's winner The Day After Tomorrow despite opening in just a fraction of the markets (24 to 110) and significantly fewer screens (7,885 to 9,276.) If you include the weekday numbers in the U.K., (which are being treated as previews by Warner Bros.) then it has the third biggest international opening ever with $113.5 million. This is a fare comparison since the two films ahead of it also were not strict 3-day openers either. (Lord of the Rings: Return of the King's $125.9 million included sneak previews and The Matrix Revolutions's $117.6 million was a five day total.) Worldwide the film has already earned more than $200 million, which is good enough for sixth place for the year. More...

Far from a Global Disaster

June 2nd, 2004

It was a massive worldwide opening for The Day After Tomorrow, which debuted in 9,276 theatres in 110 markets. It's $85.0 million over three days was almost the same has its four day domestic take. And with more than $150 million, it became the biggest worldwide debut this year. This is a great start, but the real test is yet to come. What will determine if this film is a blockbuster verses it being an elite film is how well it holds up to competition next weekend. More...

Record Breaking Weekend for Day After, but still can't top Shrek 2

June 1st, 2004

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Double the Fun for Shrek 2

May 28th, 2004

With the buzz around this week's new wide releases less than impressive, Shrek 2 should repeat as winner at the box office. And at least one, and possibly both, of the wide releases could be D.O.A. More...

Troy Triumphant

May 25th, 2004

Opening in an additional 11 markets helped Troy's international box office grow substantially during its second weekend of international release. Its sophomore session saw it take in $71.0 million on 10,272 screens in 58 markets, that's almost 30% more from its debut. The film was huge in several major markets including $10.9 million in the U.K., $6.1 million in Japan, $6.3 million in Italy, $4.6 million in South Korea, and $3.4 million in Russia. Its international box office is now just shy of $150 million and should become the number one film of 2004 on that chart within a few weeks. Worldwide the film has earned more than $200 million and should double that before its run is over. More...

Panic Mode - Disengaged

May 25th, 2004

Finally, we have something to celebrate this summer. The lone wide release this week, Shrek 2 had a multi-record breaking opening, and that meant a huge 51% increase in the overall box office from last weekend. And that lead to a huge increase over the same weekend last year, right? Well not quite, the increase was rather minimal at just 3.6%, inline with estimated ticket price increases. However, this weekend last year was the Memorial Day long weekend, so the comparison is not quite fair. Further more, 2004 has again slipped behind 2003 year-to-date, albeit by the narrowest of narrow margins $3.125 billion to $3.119 billion based on Sunday's estimates. More...

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May 21st, 2004

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$100 Million Opening for Troy

May 18th, 2004

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May 17th, 2004

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May 14th, 2004

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May 12th, 2004

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May 11th, 2004

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DVD Releases for May 11, 2004

May 10th, 2004

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May 10th, 2004

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May 7th, 2004

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May 4th, 2004

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April 26th, 2004

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April 23rd, 2004

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February 6th, 2004

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January 29th, 2004

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January 22nd, 2004

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Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2004/05/07 1 $51,748,040   3,575 $14,475   $51,748,040 3
2004/05/14 2 $20,727,515 -60% 3,580 $5,790   $85,095,305 10
2004/05/21 3 $10,561,655 -49% 3,418 $3,090   $100,526,335 17
2004/05/28 6 $5,261,615 -50% 2,891 $1,820   $109,239,950 24
2004/06/04 8 $2,439,860 -54% 2,059 $1,185   $114,601,155 31
2004/06/11 11 $1,194,255 -51% 1,034 $1,155   $116,989,795 38
2004/06/18 15 $511,955 -57% 520 $985   $118,033,050 45
2004/06/25 19 $294,840 -42% 351 $840   $118,559,420 52
2004/07/02 22 $195,835 -34% 306 $640   $118,897,890 59
2004/07/09 25 $201,605 +3% 252 $800   $119,296,995 66
2004/07/16 29 $167,075 -17% 217 $770   $119,596,370 73
2004/07/23 32 $141,410 -15% 179 $790   $119,857,215 80
2004/07/30 42 $79,425 -44% 126 $630   $120,025,245 87
2004/08/13 70 $21,345   42 $508   $120,150,546 101

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2004/05/07 1 $19,700,000   3,574 $5,512   $19,700,000 1
2004/05/08 1 $19,644,625 n/c 3,575 $5,495   $39,164,055 2
2004/05/09 1 $12,583,985 -36% 3,575 $3,520   $51,748,040 3
2004/05/10 1 $3,950,000 -69% 3,575 $1,105   $55,698,000 4
2004/05/11 1 $3,253,000 -18% 3,575 $910   $58,951,000 5
2004/05/12 1 $2,860,000 -12% 3,575 $800   $61,812,000 6
2004/05/13 1 $2,556,000 -11% 3,575 $715   $64,368,000 7
2004/05/14 2 $6,600,000 +158% 3,580 $1,844   $71,000,000 8
2004/05/15 2 $8,788,900 +33% 3,580 $2,455   $79,475,465 9
2004/05/16 2 $5,619,840 -36% 3,580 $1,570   $85,095,305 10
2004/05/17 2 $1,432,000 -75% 3,580 $400   $86,527,000 11
2004/05/18 2 $1,360,000 -5% 3,580 $380   $87,886,000 12
2004/05/19 3 $1,021,000 -25% 3,580 $285   $88,908,000 13
2004/05/20 3 $1,057,000 +4% 3,580 $295   $89,965,000 14
2004/05/21 3 $2,800,000 +165% 3,415 $820   $92,800,000 15
2004/05/22 3 $4,500,000 +61% 3,415 $1,318   $97,300,000 16
2004/05/23 3 $3,059,145 -32% 3,418 $895   $100,526,335 17
2004/05/24 3 $1,060,000 -65% 3,418 $310   $101,586,000 18
2004/05/25 3 $786,000 -26% 3,418 $230   $102,372,000 19
2004/05/26 3 $787,000 n/c 3,418 $230   $103,159,000 20
2004/05/27 3 $819,000 +4% 3,418 $240   $103,978,000 21
2004/05/28 7 $1,400,000 +71% 2,885 $485   $105,400,000 22
2004/05/29 6 $1,965,880 +40% 2,891 $680   $107,418,625 23
2004/05/30 5 $1,821,325 -7% 2,891 $630   $109,239,950 24
2004/05/31 5 $1,488,865 -18% 2,891 $515   $110,728,815 25
2004/06/01 6 $491,000 -67% 2,891 $170   $111,220,000 26
2004/06/02 6 $477,000 -3% 2,891 $165   $111,697,000 27
2004/06/03 6 $464,000 -3% 2,891 $160   $112,161,000 28
2004/06/04 8 $700,000 +51% 2,055 $341   $112,900,000 29
2004/06/05 8 $1,029,445 +47% 2,059 $500   $113,911,390 30
2004/06/06 8 $689,765 -33% 2,059 $335   $114,601,155 31
2004/06/07 8 $278,000 -60% 2,059 $135   $114,879,000 32
2004/06/08 7 $287,000 +3% 2,059 $139   $115,167,000 33
2004/06/09 7 $309,000 +8% 2,059 $150   $115,475,000 34
2004/06/10 7 $320,000 +4% 2,059 $155   $115,796,000 35

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2004/05/07 1 $64,367,790   3,575 $18,005   $64,367,790 7
2004/05/14 2 $25,596,890 -60% 3,580 $7,150   $89,964,680 14
2004/05/21 3 $14,013,655 -45% 3,418 $4,100   $103,978,335 21
2004/05/28 6 $8,182,960 -42% 2,891 $2,830   $112,161,295 28
2004/06/04 9 $3,634,245 -56% 2,059 $1,765   $115,795,540 35
2004/06/11 11 $1,725,555 -53% 1,034 $1,669   $117,521,095 42
2004/06/18 15 $743,485 -57% 520 $1,430   $118,264,580 49
2004/06/25 22 $437,475 -41% 351 $1,246   $118,702,055 56
2004/07/02 27 $393,335 -10% 306 $1,285   $119,095,390 63
2004/07/09 25 $333,905 -15% 252 $1,325   $119,429,295 70
2004/07/16 29 $286,510 -14% 217 $1,320   $119,715,805 77
2004/07/23 31 $230,015 -20% 179 $1,285   $119,945,820 84
2004/08/13 72 $21,345   42 $508   $120,150,546 105

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
8/6/200613125,745 125,745$0$094

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
9/20/200989,838 9,838$94,645$94,645257

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