War of the Worlds

The War of the Worlds poster
Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $234,280,354Details
International Box Office $372,556,181
Worldwide Box Office $606,836,535
Further financial details...

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  3. Box Office
  4. Video Sales
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Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics
74% - Fresh
Audience
41% - Spilled

Movie Details

Production Budget:$132,000,000
Theatrical Release: June 29th, 2005 (Wide) by Paramount Pictures, released as The War of the Worlds
Video Release: November 22nd, 2005 by Dreamworks Video
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for frightening sequences of sci-fi violence and disturbing images.
Keywords: Voiceover/Narration, Visual Effects, Alien Invasion
Source:Remake
Genre:Action
Production Method:Animation/Live Action
Creative Type:Science Fiction

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Four has Fantastic Start

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Smiths Fight Their Way to the Top

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War\'s World Leader

War of the Worlds easily won the race on the rental charts with $15.54 million in combined rentals, which is one of the best results of the year. This is more of a surprise than it may first seem, since people usually buy blockbusters like this and not rent them as much. More...

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U.K. is Virgin Territory

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War Ends World Tour with a Blast

War of the Worlds opened in its last international market over the weekend making $3.0 million on 583 screens in China. That's about 10% more money that Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith earned, but War of the Worlds needed nearly double the number of screens. Overall the film added $4.5 million to its $345 million international total, easily the second best of the year so far. More...

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Smiths Still Strong on International Scene

Mr. and Mrs. Smith opened in first place in both the Czech Republic with $180,000 on 20 screens and in Slovakia with $50,000 on 8 screens. The film also remained in first place in France with $2.675 million, Belgium with $635,000, The Netherlands with $490,000 and Poland with $266,000. Strangest of all, the film stayed in second place for the fourth weekend in a row in Germany adding $2.12 million to its $20.6 million running tally in the market. Overall the film has made $143 million in markets where Fox is handling the distribution and may have hit $200 million overall, but there's no conformation on that yet. More...

Smiths\' Summer Tour Continues

Mr. and Mrs. Smith opened in Belgium with $1.7 million on 80 screens, easily enough for first place and had a similar result with $480,000 in Poland. It also remained in first place in France with $2.88 million, (despite falling 54% there) and in the Netherlands with $740,000. In Germany the film remained in second place for the third straight week with $3.06 million for a $17.06 million running tally. The film now have $140 million in territories where Fox is handling the distribution and $192 million overall. More...

Charlie Savors Sweet Victory

Thanks almost entirely to a massive opening in the U.K., Charlie and the Chocolate Factory was able to top the international box office charts with $19.8 million on 2300 screens in 15 markets over the weekend. It's biggest draw was in the U.K. at $14.1 million on 531 screens, which was more than the total made by the second place movie. That is on par with War of the Worlds's opened a couple of weeks ago and should lead to a $40 million to $45 million total in that market alone. And that should come as a bit of a relief to the studio since the film was monstrously expensive to make and it will need a strong showing internationally to make a profit. Other openings this weekend include a first place, $1.43 million debut in just 47 theatres in Mexico, which was more than double its nearest competitor. Holdovers continued to help Charlie and the Chocolate Factory's international campaign adding $2.37 million during its third weekend in France to its $12.8 million running tally there. Overall the film now has $36.3 million internationally and could finish its run north of $300 million. More...

Madagascar is Fantastic on the International Stage

It was a close race for top spot on the international charts this weekend but Madagascar just managed to pull ahead when the final figures were announced. The film added $24.6 million this weekend to its $190 million international total, including an incredible performances in both Germany and South Korea. The film was down just 14% during its second weekend adding $7.5 million to its $20.5 million running tally, if the film continues to show strong legs is could beat Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith in the market. In south Korea the film rose by 14% to $2.65 million for the week and $5.41 million during its tun. Things weren't quite as rosy in the U.K. where the film dropped by 40% to $5.7 million for a total of $19.7 million so far. The film remained in first place in both Hong Kong, ($574,000) and Taiwan, ($375,000) while its only opening was in Venezuela where the film earned $360,000. More...

Box Office Crashes on a Deserted Island

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Madagascar Makes its Move

Unlike so many day-and-date worldwide openings, Madagascar went the few markets at a time route, but still managed to reach the top of the international charts this weekend with $31 million on 5,100 screens. Most of that came from openings in both the U.K. ($9.7 million on 505 screens) and Germany ($8.5 million on 800). The film also opened in South Korea, but failed to topple War of the Worlds, finishing second with $2.375 million in 301 theaters over the weekend and $2.69 million overall. The film led in a couple of other Asian markets, taking in $1.35 million on 80 screens in Taiwan and in Hong Kong it brought in $1.2 million on 50 screens since its release on Thursday. Overall the film now has brought in $143 million internationally and $327 million worldwide. More...

Sweet Success

The weekend box office was even busier than expected, despite the incredible competition on Saturday from the release of the latest Harry Potter novel. Every film in the top ten topped Sunday estimates and landed within a couple million of predictions, leading to a 10.5% increase from last week, and more importantly, a 7.1% increase from last year. Year-to-date things are not as rosy: 2005 is still down 8.1% from last year with $4.751 billion, while the summer is down by 10.5% at $2.25 billion. More...

Death by Chocolate

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Worldwide Invasions Shows Signs of Weakness

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Worldwide War

War of the Worlds made its worldwide debut on Wednesday bringing in $13.35 million on that day alone and $102.5 million on 8000 screens in 78 markets in its first five days. Compared to Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith, War of the Worlds made almost 30% less over the same period, and nearly 20% lower than the earlier 5-day record of $125.7 million set by The Lord of the Rings: Return of the King. Its best single market was Japan where the film made $15.5 million on 765, but the U.K. was close behind with $15.2 million on 507 screens. War of the Worlds beat Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith in a few markets, (Hong Kong, $1.7 million vs. $1.2 million) Taiwan, ($1.0 million vs. $500,000) and Russia, ($3.7 million vs. $3.2 million.) However, in many other major markets the film was far behind including Spain ($9.7 million vs. $7.7 million), Australia, ($10.4 million vs. $5.9 million), and Germany, ($17.8 million vs. $7.3 million.) More...

Box Office Fights a Losing War

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Theatrical trailor finally out for War!


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Cast

Tom Cruise    Ray Ferier
Dakota Fanning    Rachel Ferrier
Miranda Otto    Mary Ann Ferrier
Justin Chatwin    Robbie Ferrier
Tim Robbins    Ogilvy
Rick Gonzalez    Vincent
Yul Vazquez    Julio
Lenny Venito    Manny the Mechanic
Lisa Ann Walter    Bartender
Ann Robinson    Grandmother
Gene Berry    Grandfather
Morgan Freeman    Narrator
Channing Tatum    Boy in church scene
Takayo Fischer    Older Woman
Amy Ryan    Neighbor with Toddler

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Steven Spielberg
Producer    Kathleen Kennedy
Producer    Colin Wilson
Executive Producer    Paula Wagner
Screenwriter    Josh Friedman
Screenwriter    David Koepp
Story Creator    H.G. Wells
Cinematographer    Janusz Kaminski
Production Designer    Rick Carter
Editor    Michael Kahn
Composer    John Williams
Art Director    Tony Fanning
Art Director    Douglas Meerdink
Art Director    Andrew Menzies
Art Director    Norman Newberry
Set Designer    Kevin Cross
Set Designer    Billy Hunter
Set Designer    Aric Cheng
Set Designer    Scott Herbertson
Set Designer    Roy Barnes
Set Decorator    Anne Kuljian
Costume Designer    Joanna Johnston
Sound Mixer    Ronald Judkins
Supervising Sound Editor    Richard King
Sound Designer    Richard King
Re-recording Mixer    Andy Nelson
Re-recording Mixer    Anna Behlmer
Senior Visual Effects Supervisor    Dennis Muren
Visual Effects Supervisor    Pablo Helman
Assistant Director    Adam Somner
Stunt Coordinator    Vic Armstrong
Casting Director    Debra Zane

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2005/06/29 1 $21,256,483   3,908 $5,439   $21,256,483 1
2005/06/30 1 $14,425,917 -32% 3,908 $3,691   $35,682,400 2
2005/07/01 1 $21,920,576 +52% 3,908 $5,609   $57,602,976 3
2005/07/02 1 $23,182,200 +6% 3,908 $5,932   $80,785,176 4
2005/07/03 1 $19,775,949 -15% 3,908 $5,060   $100,561,125 5
2005/07/04 1 $12,183,228 -38% 3,908 $3,118   $112,744,353 6
2005/07/05 1 $8,453,028 -31% 3,908 $2,163   $121,197,381 7
2005/07/06 1 $7,124,191 -16% 3,908 $1,823   $128,321,572 8
2005/07/07 1 $6,187,592 -13% 3,908 $1,583   $134,509,164 9
2005/07/08 2 $9,713,727 +57% 3,910 $2,484   $144,222,891 10
2005/07/09 2 $12,291,809 +27% 3,910 $3,144   $156,514,700 11
2005/07/10 2 $8,463,582 -31% 3,910 $2,165   $164,978,282 12
2005/07/11 2 $3,278,467 -61% 3,910 $838   $168,256,749 13
2005/07/12 2 $3,077,922 -6% 3,910 $787   $171,334,671 14
2005/07/13 2 $2,984,767 -3% 3,910 $763   $174,319,438 15
2005/07/14 2 $2,871,735 -4% 3,910 $734   $177,191,173 16
2005/07/15 4 $4,400,956 +53% 3,724 $1,182   $181,592,129 17
2005/07/16 4 $6,234,094 +42% 3,724 $1,674   $187,826,223 18
2005/07/17 4 $4,600,699 -26% 3,724 $1,235   $192,426,922 19
2005/07/18 4 $1,918,597 -58% 3,724 $515   $194,345,519 20
2005/07/19 4 $1,814,028 -5% 3,724 $487   $196,159,547 21
2005/07/20 4 $1,648,974 -9% 3,724 $443   $197,817,521 22
2005/07/21 4 $1,687,517 +2% 3,724 $453   $199,505,038 23
2005/07/22 8 $2,619,985 +55% 3,264 $803   $202,125,023 24
2005/07/23 6 $3,711,420 +42% 3,264 $1,137   $205,836,443 25
2005/07/24 6 $2,594,200 -30% 3,264 $795   $208,430,643 26
2005/07/25 6 $1,156,578 -55% 3,265 $354   $209,587,221 27
2005/07/26 6 $1,183,426 +2% 3,265 $362   $210,770,647 28
2005/07/27 6 $1,078,232 -9% 3,265 $330   $211,848,879 29
2005/07/28 6 $1,048,146 -3% 3,265 $321   $212,897,025 30
2005/07/29 9 $1,570,038 +50% 2,324 $676   $214,467,063 31
2005/07/30 7 $2,260,836 +44% 2,324 $973   $216,727,899 32
2005/07/31 9 $1,650,365 -27% 2,324 $710   $218,378,264 33
2005/08/01 9 $731,123 -56% 2,324 $315   $219,109,387 34
2005/08/02 10 $682,414 -7% 2,324 $294   $219,791,801 35
2005/08/03 10 $632,235 -7% 2,324 $272   $220,424,036 36
2005/08/04 10 $642,707 +2% 2,324 $277   $221,066,743 37
2005/08/05 9 $1,037,323 +61% 1,940 $535   $222,104,066 38
2005/08/06 9 $1,461,787 +41% 1,940 $753   $223,565,853 39
2005/08/07 9 $1,049,185 -28% 1,940 $541   $224,615,038 40
2005/08/08 10 $452,612 -57% 1,940 $233   $225,067,650 41
2005/08/09 10 $477,978 +6% 1,940 $246   $225,545,628 42
2005/08/10 10 $441,047 -8% 1,940 $227   $225,986,675 43
2005/08/11 10 $425,324 -4% 1,940 $219   $226,411,999 44
2005/09/05 23 $106,229   408 $260   $232,606,871 69
2005/10/10 32 $28,533   245 $116   $233,604,517 104

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2005/07/01 1 $64,878,725   3,908 $16,602   $100,561,125 5
2005/07/08 2 $30,469,118 -53% 3,910 $7,793   $164,978,282 12
2005/07/15 4 $15,244,749 -50% 3,724 $4,094   $192,435,922 19
2005/07/22 6 $8,925,605 -41% 3,265 $2,734   $208,430,643 26
2005/07/29 9 $5,481,239 -39% 2,324 $2,359   $218,378,264 33
2005/08/05 9 $3,548,295 -35% 1,940 $1,829   $224,615,038 40
2005/08/12 12 $2,158,694 -39% 1,340 $1,611   $228,570,693 47
2005/08/19 16 $1,057,340 -51% 713 $1,483   $230,614,825 54
2005/08/26 17 $758,139 -28% 579 $1,309   $231,806,280 61
2005/09/02 24 $447,055 -41% 408 $1,096   $232,500,642 68
2005/09/09 28 $226,697 -49% 307 $738   $232,901,322 75
2005/09/16 38 $149,127 -34% 157 $950   $233,122,751 82
2005/09/23 45 $87,068 -42% 117 $744   $233,250,863 89
2005/09/30 52 $55,744 -36% 73 $764   $233,331,057 96
2005/10/07 31 $222,138 +298% 245 $907   $233,575,986 103
2005/10/14 32 $172,668 -22% 216 $799   $233,846,752 110
2005/10/21 42 $119,841 -31% 169 $709   $234,043,462 117
2005/10/28 50 $62,056 -48% 119 $521   $234,141,872 124
2005/11/04 57 $39,898 -36% 71 $562   $234,206,993 131
2005/11/11 64 $26,802 -33% 43 $623   $234,249,189 138
2005/11/18 61 $17,203 -36% 34 $506   $234,277,056 145

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
6/6/2010137,734 7,734$98,760$98,760237

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