The Wild

Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $37,384,046Details
International Box Office $62,000,000
Worldwide Box Office $99,384,046
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $43,205,003 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $43,205,003
Further financial details...

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Synopsis

An odd assortment of animals from the New York Zoo -- including a lion, a giraffe, an anaconda, a koala, and a squirrel -- discover what a jungle the city can be when one of their own is mistakenly shipped to the wild and they embark on a dangerous mission to rescue him.

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics RottenAudience Spilled
Critics
20% - Rotten
Audience
36% - Spilled

Movie Details

Production Budget:$80,000,000
Theatrical Release: April 14th, 2006 (Wide) by Walt Disney
Video Release: September 12th, 2006 by Walt Disney Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: G
Keywords: Rescue
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Adventure
Production Method:Digital Animation
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: Walt Disney Pictures

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DVD Releases for September 12, 2006

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International Details - Furious\' Start not quite Fast Enough

The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift started its international run last weekend but missed the top five with $7.93 million on 810 screens in 8 markets. The film took first place in five markets, including the U.K. with $3.35 million on 415 screens, in Australia with $2.28 million on 221 screens, and New Zealand with $444,000 on 53 screens. This is inline with what the original opened with in those markets, but with shorter legs due to Sequelitis it won't have as high a final box office. More...

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International Details - Re-Volving Door

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International Details - Mission: Second Place

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International Details - Eight Finishes Just Below Top Five

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International Details - Wild Ride

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Silence is Golden

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Cast

Kiefer Sutherland    Samson
James Belushi    Squirrel
Eddie Izzard    Nigel
Janeane Garofalo    Bridget
William Shatner    Kazar
Richard Kind    Larry
Greg Cipes    Ryan
Colin Hay    Fergus Flamingo
Miles Marsico    Duke
Jack De Sena    Eze
Don Cherry    Penguin MC
Christian Argueta    Hamir
David Cowgill    Hamir
Lenny Venito    Stan
Joseph Siravo    Carmine
Colin Cunningham    Hyrax
Patrick Warburton    Blag
Jonathan Kimmel    Scab
Eddie Gossling    Scraw
Clinton Leupp    Mama Hippo
Kevin Michael Richardson    Samson's Father
Dominic Scott Kay    Young Samson
Nika Futterman    Dung Beetle
Julianne Buescher    Dung Beetle
Chris Edgerly    Cloak
Bob Joles    Camo & Ringleader
Keith Anthony    Additional Voice
Greg Berg    Additional Voice
Bob Bergen    Additional Voice
Jason Connery    Additional Voice
Debi Derryberry    Additional Voice
Terri Douglas    Additional Voice
Jeannie Elias    Additional Voice
Pat Fraley    Additional Voice
Eddie Frierson    Additional Voice
Nicholas Guest    Additional Voice
Jess Harnell    Additional Voice
Jason Harris    Additional Voice
Bridget Hoffman    Additional Voice
Emily Johnson    Additional Voice
John Kassir    Additional Voice
Daniel Kaz    Additional Voice
Josh Keaton    Additional Voice
Carolyn Lawrence    Additional Voice
Danny Mann    Additional Voice
Mona Marshall    Additional Voice
Laraine Newman    Additional Voice
Nolan North    Additional Voice
Paul Pape    Additional Voice
Peter Pamela Rose    Additional Voice
Fred Tatasciore    Additional Voice
Audrey Wasilewski    Additional Voice
Hannah Williams    Additional Voice
Steve Williams    Additional Voice

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Steve Williams
Screenwriter    Ed Decter
Screenwriter    John J. Strauss
Screenwriter    Mark Gibson
Screenwriter    Philip Halprin
Story Creator    Mark Gibson
Story Creator    Philip Halprin
Producer    Clint Goldman
Producer    Beau Flynn
Executive Producer    Kevin Lima
Executive Producer    Will Vinton
Executive Producer    Stefan Simchowitz
Production Designer    Chris Farmer
Editor    V. Scott Balcerek
Editor    Steven L. Wagner
Composer    Alan Silvestri
Co-Producer    Ed Decter
Co-Producer    John J. Strauss
Co-Producer    Jane Park
Associate Producer    Jim Burton
Production Manager    Ross Moshell
Art Director    Chris Farmer
Re-recording Mixer    Terry O'Bright
Re-recording Mixer    Keith Rogers
Supervising Sound Editor    Andy Newell
Co-Supervising Sound Editor    Larry Schalit
Sound Effects Editor    David C. Hughes
Sound Effects Editor    Chris Gridley
Sound Designer    Andy Newell
Additional Sound Designer    Robert L. Sephton
Dialogue Editor    Bruce Lacey
Music Editor    Kenneth Karman
Song "Really Nice Day" words and music    Eric Idle
Song "Really Nice Day" words and music    John Du Prez
Casting Director    Jen Rudin
Casting Director    Corbin Bronson

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2006/04/14 3 $4,180,525   2,854 $1,465   $4,180,525 1
2006/04/15 4 $3,380,596 -19% 2,854 $1,185   $7,561,121 2
2006/04/16 4 $2,123,688 -37% 2,854 $744   $9,684,809 3
2006/04/17 3 $1,610,648 -24% 2,854 $564   $11,295,457 4
2006/04/18 3 $922,639 -43% 2,854 $323   $12,218,096 5
2006/04/19 3 $860,185 -7% 2,854 $301   $13,078,281 6
2006/04/20 3 $830,286 -3% 2,854 $291   $13,908,567 7
2006/04/21 6 $2,040,151 +146% 2,854 $715   $15,948,718 8
2006/04/22 5 $3,722,871 +82% 2,854 $1,304   $19,671,589 9
2006/04/23 5 $2,569,046 -31% 2,854 $900   $22,240,635 10
2006/04/24 5 $373,340 -85% 2,854 $131   $22,613,975 11
2006/04/25 5 $368,490 -1% 2,854 $129   $22,982,465 12
2006/04/26 5 $356,360 -3% 2,854 $125   $23,338,825 13
2006/04/27 5 $371,252 +4% 2,854 $130   $23,710,077 14
2006/04/28 10 $1,026,282 +176% 2,605 $394   $24,736,359 15
2006/04/29 9 $2,189,778 +113% 2,605 $841   $26,926,137 16
2006/04/30 9 $1,583,616 -28% 2,605 $608   $28,509,753 17
2006/05/01 9 $227,645 -86% 2,605 $87   $28,737,398 18
2006/05/02 9 $229,457 +1% 2,605 $88   $28,966,855 19
2006/05/03 9 $230,765 +1% 2,605 $89   $29,197,620 20
2006/05/04 9 $243,904 +6% 2,605 $94   $29,442,524 21
2006/05/07 10 $933,530   1,930 $484   $32,091,706 24
2006/05/12 - $329,843   1,216 $271   $33,055,193 29
2006/05/13 - $685,775 +108% 1,216 $564   $33,740,968 30
2006/05/14 - $614,676 -10% 1,216 $505   $34,355,644 31
2006/05/29 34 $27,935   188 $149   $35,297,670 46

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2006/04/14 4 $9,684,809   2,854 $3,393   $9,684,809 3
2006/04/21 5 $8,332,068 -14% 2,854 $2,919   $22,240,635 10
2006/04/28 9 $4,799,676 -42% 2,605 $1,842   $28,510,753 17
2006/05/05 12 $2,649,182 -45% 1,930 $1,373   $32,091,706 24
2006/05/12 14 $1,630,294 -38% 1,216 $1,341   $34,355,644 31
2006/05/19 23 $277,302 -83% 951 $292   $35,040,583 38
2006/05/26 37 $86,560 -69% 188 $460   $35,269,735 45
2006/06/02 39 $66,033 -24% 149 $443   $35,397,975 52
2006/06/09 19 $257,389 +290% 145 $1,775   $35,692,196 59
2006/06/16 21 $206,401 -20% 135 $1,529   $35,992,164 66
2006/06/23 33 $78,357 -62% 86 $911   $36,147,010 73
2006/06/30 37 $51,841 -34% 64 $810   $36,231,223 80
2006/07/07 38 $46,658 -10% 47 $993   $36,322,586 87
2006/07/14 26 $195,614 +319% 248 $789   $36,574,391 94
2006/07/21 28 $171,131 -13% 237 $722   $36,929,275 101
2006/07/28 34 $105,040 -39% 187 $562   $37,179,189 108
2006/08/04 44 $55,965 -47% 104 $538   $37,310,059 115
2006/08/11 60 $24,369 -56% 57 $428   $37,371,315 122

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
9/17/20061787,779 787,779$14,755,101$14,755,1011
9/24/20062421,740-46% 1,209,519$7,536,494$22,291,5942
10/1/20064176,608-58% 1,386,127$3,145,388$25,436,9833
10/8/20069113,543-36% 1,499,670$2,016,524$27,453,5074
10/15/20061588,625-22% 1,588,295$1,573,980$29,027,4875
10/22/20061487,854-1% 1,676,149$1,560,287$30,587,7746
11/5/20061574,104 1,797,006$1,316,087$32,777,2078
11/12/20061778,618+6% 1,875,624$1,396,256$34,173,4629
11/19/20062941,839-47% 1,917,463$743,061$34,916,52310

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