The Wolverine

The Wolverine poster
Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $132,556,852Details
International Box Office $283,900,000
Worldwide Box Office $416,456,852
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $35,958,526 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $40,696,415 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $76,654,941
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Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics FreshAudience Upright
Critics
69% - Fresh
Audience
70% - Upright

Movie Details

Production Budget:$115,000,000
Theatrical Release: July 26th, 2013 (Wide) by 20th Century Fox
Video Release: December 3rd, 2013 by Fox Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for sequences of intense sci - fi action and violence, some sexuality and language.
(Rating bulletin 2280, 7/10/2013)
Franchise: Wolverine, X-Men
Keywords: Romance, Marvel Comics, Organized Crime, Mutants, Depression, PTSD, Scene in End Credits, 3-D
Source:Based on Comic/Graphic Novel
Genre:Action
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Super Hero
Production Companies: 20th Century Fox, Marvel Entertainment, TSG Entertainment, Ingenious Media, Donners' Company

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DVD and Blu-ray Releases for December 3rd, 2013

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Cast

Hugh Jackman    Logan/Wolverine
Hiroyuki Sanada    Shingen
Famke Janssen    Jean Grey
Will Yun Lee    Harada
Rila Fukushima    Yukio
Tao Okamoto    Mariko
Svetlana Khodchenkova    Viper
Haruhiko Yamanouchi    Yashida
Brian Tee    Noburo Mori

Production and Technical Credits

Director    James Mangold
Screenwriter    Mark Bomback
Screenwriter    Scott Frank
Producer    Lauren Shuler Donner
Producer    Hutch Parker
Executive Producer    Stan Lee
Executive Producer    Joe Caracciolo, Jr.
Cinematographer    Ross Emery
Production Designer    Francois Audouy
Editor    Michael McCusker
Composer    Marco Beltrami
Costume Designer    Isis Mussenden
Supervising Art Director    Ian Gracie
Art Director    Michael Turner
Set Decorator    Rebecca Cohen
Sound Mixer    Guntis Sics
Sound Designer    Chuck Michael
Sound Designer    Dror Mohar
Supervising Sound Editor    Donald Sylvester
Re-recording Mixer    John A Larsen
Special Effects Supervisor    Ron Bartlett
Special Effects Supervisor    D.M. Hemphill
Visual Effects Supervisor    Brian Cox
Visual Effects Producer    Philip Brennan
Visual Effects Producer    Jamie Stevenson
Special Make-up Effects    Paul Katte
Special Make-up Effects    Nick Nicolaou
Stunt Coordinator    Allan Poppleton
Fight Coordinator    Jonathan Eusebio
Associate Producer    Tom Cohen
Assistant Director    K.C. Colwell
Second Unit Director    David M. Leitch
Second Unit Camera    Brad Shield
Casting Director    Yoki Narahashi
Casting Director    Lisa Beach
Casting Director    Sarah Katzman
Casting Director    Suzanne Smith
Casting Director    Jessica Kelly
Casting Director    Priscilla John
Dialogue Supervisor    Mildred Iatrou

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2013/07/26 1 $20,655,772   3,924 $5,264   $20,655,772 1
2013/07/27 1 $18,191,631 -12% 3,924 $4,636   $38,847,403 2
2013/07/28 1 $14,266,349 -22% 3,924 $3,636   $53,113,752 3
2013/07/29 1 $5,548,959 -61% 3,924 $1,414   $58,662,711 4
2013/07/30 1 $5,983,708 +8% 3,924 $1,525   $64,646,419 5
2013/07/31 2 $4,339,978 -27% 3,924 $1,106   $68,986,397 6
2013/08/01 2 $4,327,453 n/c 3,924 $1,103   $73,313,850 7
2013/08/02 2 $6,481,536 +50% 3,924 $1,652   $79,795,386 8
2013/08/03 2 $8,625,435 +33% 3,924 $2,198   $88,420,821 9
2013/08/04 2 $6,217,919 -28% 3,924 $1,585   $94,638,740 10
2013/08/05 2 $2,703,138 -57% 3,924 $689   $97,341,878 11
2013/08/06 3 $2,844,844 +5% 3,924 $725   $100,186,722 12
2013/08/07 5 $1,975,171 -31% 3,785 $522   $102,161,893 13
2013/08/08 5 $1,824,277 -8% 3,785 $482   $103,986,170 14
2013/08/09 7 $2,434,143 +33% 2,867 $849   $106,420,313 15
2013/08/10 7 $3,264,668 +34% 2,867 $1,139   $109,684,981 16
2013/08/11 7 $2,325,593 -29% 2,867 $811   $112,010,574 17
2013/08/12 7 $1,006,802 -57% 2,867 $351   $113,017,376 18
2013/08/13 7 $1,276,747 +27% 2,867 $445   $114,294,123 19
2013/08/14 7 $915,187 -28% 2,867 $319   $115,209,310 20
2013/08/15 7 $823,846 -10% 2,867 $287   $116,033,156 21
2013/08/16 11 $1,306,841 +59% 2,058 $635   $117,339,997 22
2013/08/17 10 $1,858,176 +42% 2,058 $903   $119,198,173 23
2013/08/18 10 $1,353,614 -27% 2,058 $658   $120,551,787 24
2013/08/19 10 $531,523 -61% 2,058 $258   $121,083,310 25
2013/08/20 10 $655,646 +23% 2,058 $319   $121,738,956 26
2013/08/21 11 $436,694 -33% 2,058 $212   $122,175,650 27
2013/08/22 12 $420,026 -4% 2,058 $204   $122,595,676 28
2013/08/23 - $717,666 +71% 1,449 $495   $123,313,342 29
2013/08/24 - $1,077,052 +50% 1,449 $743   $124,390,394 30
2013/08/25 - $689,069 -36% 1,449 $476   $125,079,463 31
2013/08/26 - $269,622 -61% 1,449 $186   $125,349,085 32
2013/08/27 - $314,003 +16% 1,449 $217   $125,663,088 33
2013/08/28 - $232,747 -26% 1,449 $161   $125,895,835 34
2013/08/29 - $213,047 -8% 1,449 $147   $126,108,882 35
2013/08/30 - $430,465 +102% 988 $436   $126,539,347 36
2013/08/31 - $635,419 +48% 988 $643   $127,174,766 37
2013/09/01 - $647,462 +2% 988 $655   $127,822,228 38
2013/09/02 - $500,059 -23% 988 $506   $128,322,287 39
2013/09/03 - $138,031 -72% 988 $140   $128,460,318 40
2013/09/04 - $105,664 -23% 988 $107   $128,565,982 41
2013/09/05 - $96,557 -9% 988 $98   $128,662,539 42
2013/09/06 - $208,422 +116% 698 $299   $128,870,961 43
2013/09/07 - $360,856 +73% 698 $517   $129,231,817 44
2013/09/08 - $179,316 -50% 698 $257   $129,411,133 45
2013/09/09 - $57,273 -68% 698 $82   $129,468,406 46
2013/09/10 - $77,590 +35% 698 $111   $129,545,996 47
2013/09/11 - $61,569 -21% 698 $88   $129,607,565 48
2013/09/12 - $53,299 -13% 698 $76   $129,660,864 49
2013/09/13 - $181,005 +240% 540 $335   $129,841,869 50
2013/09/14 - $246,715 +36% 540 $457   $130,088,584 51
2013/09/15 - $137,474 -44% 540 $255   $130,226,058 52
2013/09/16 - $49,187 -64% 540 $91   $130,275,245 53
2013/09/17 - $60,028 +22% 540 $111   $130,335,273 54
2013/09/18 - $44,865 -25% 540 $83   $130,380,138 55
2013/09/19 - $46,664 +4% 540 $86   $130,426,802 56
2013/09/20 - $127,524 +173% 462 $276   $130,554,326 57
2013/09/21 - $215,034 +69% 462 $465   $130,769,360 58
2013/09/22 - $115,556 -46% 462 $250   $130,884,916 59
2013/09/23 - $35,179 -70% 462 $76   $130,920,095 60
2013/09/24 - $44,272 +26% 462 $96   $130,964,367 61
2013/09/25 - $35,790 -19% 462 $77   $131,000,157 62
2013/09/26 - $35,016 -2% 462 $76   $131,035,173 63
2013/09/27 - $75,803 +116% 329 $230   $131,110,976 64
2013/09/28 - $126,550 +67% 329 $385   $131,237,526 65
2013/09/29 - $67,124 -47% 329 $204   $131,304,650 66
2013/09/30 - $24,476 -64% 329 $74   $131,329,126 67
2013/10/01 - $28,707 +17% 329 $87   $131,357,833 68
2013/10/02 - $25,402 -12% 329 $77   $131,383,235 69
2013/10/03 - $25,223 -1% 329 $77   $131,408,458 70
2013/10/04 - $52,585 +108% 241 $218   $131,461,043 71
2013/10/05 - $81,667 +55% 241 $339   $131,542,710 72
2013/10/06 - $47,307 -42% 241 $196   $131,590,017 73
2013/10/07 - $18,834 -60% 241 $78   $131,608,851 74
2013/10/08 - $20,708 +10% 241 $86   $131,629,559 75
2013/10/09 - $17,412 -16% 241 $72   $131,646,971 76
2013/10/10 - $19,004 +9% 241 $79   $131,665,975 77
2013/10/11 - $51,715 +172% 227 $228   $131,717,690 78
2013/10/12 - $78,887 +53% 227 $348   $131,796,577 79
2013/10/13 - $48,357 -39% 227 $213   $131,844,934 80
2013/10/14 - $25,646 -47% 227 $113   $131,870,580 81
2013/10/15 - $19,743 -23% 227 $87   $131,890,323 82
2013/10/16 - $17,373 -12% 227 $77   $131,907,696 83
2013/10/17 - $18,391 +6% 227 $81   $131,926,087 84
2013/10/18 - $44,100 +140% 207 $213   $131,970,187 85
2013/10/19 - $70,105 +59% 207 $339   $132,040,292 86
2013/10/20 - $38,359 -45% 207 $185   $132,078,651 87
2013/10/21 - $15,354 -60% 207 $74   $132,094,005 88
2013/10/22 - $17,388 +13% 207 $84   $132,111,393 89
2013/10/23 - $14,563 -16% 207 $70   $132,125,956 90
2013/10/24 - $15,391 +6% 207 $74   $132,141,347 91
2013/10/25 - $28,487 +85% 164 $174   $132,169,834 92
2013/10/26 - $46,765 +64% 164 $285   $132,216,599 93
2013/10/27 - $27,520 -41% 164 $168   $132,244,119 94
2013/10/28 - $9,596 -65% 164 $59   $132,253,715 95
2013/10/29 - $10,067 +5% 164 $61   $132,263,782 96
2013/10/30 - $8,766 -13% 164 $53   $132,272,548 97
2013/10/31 - $11,112 +27% 164 $68   $132,283,660 98
2013/11/01 - $19,864 +79% 119 $167   $132,303,524 99
2013/11/02 - $35,035 +76% 119 $294   $132,338,559 100
2013/11/03 - $18,550 -47% 119 $156   $132,357,109 101
2013/11/04 - $5,368 -71% 119 $45   $132,362,477 102
2013/11/05 - $6,392 +19% 119 $54   $132,368,869 103
2013/11/06 - $5,348 -16% 119 $45   $132,374,217 104
2013/11/07 - $5,289 -1% 119 $44   $132,379,506 105
2013/11/08 - $11,707 +121% 77 $152   $132,391,213 106
2013/11/09 - $20,091 +72% 77 $261   $132,411,304 107
2013/11/10 - $13,714 -32% 77 $178   $132,425,018 108
2013/11/11 - $8,134 -41% 77 $106   $132,433,152 109
2013/11/12 - $3,853 -53% 77 $50   $132,437,005 110
2013/11/13 - $3,668 -5% 77 $48   $132,440,673 111
2013/11/14 - $3,813 +4% 77 $50   $132,444,486 112
2013/11/15 - $9,709 +155% 65 $149   $132,454,195 113
2013/11/16 - $18,215 +88% 65 $280   $132,472,410 114
2013/11/17 - $9,433 -48% 65 $145   $132,481,843 115
2013/11/18 - $2,915 -69% 65 $45   $132,484,758 116
2013/11/19 - $3,236 +11% 65 $50   $132,487,994 117
2013/11/20 - $2,675 -17% 65 $41   $132,490,669 118
2013/11/21 - $3,130 +17% 65 $48   $132,493,799 119
2013/11/22 - $7,191 +130% 43 $167   $132,500,990 120
2013/11/23 - $11,111 +55% 43 $258   $132,512,101 121
2013/11/24 - $5,680 -49% 43 $132   $132,517,781 122
2013/11/25 - $2,646 -53% 43 $62   $132,520,427 123
2013/11/26 - $3,175 +20% 43 $74   $132,523,602 124
2013/11/27 - $3,947 +24% 43 $92   $132,527,549 125
2013/11/28 - $2,654 -33% 43 $62   $132,530,203 126
2013/11/29 - $8,139 +207% 35 $233   $132,538,342 127
2013/11/30 - $9,162 +13% 35 $262   $132,547,504 128
2013/12/01 - $3,456 -62% 35 $99   $132,550,960 129
2013/12/02 - $1,267 -63% 35 $36   $132,552,227 130
2013/12/03 - $1,287 +2% 35 $37   $132,553,514 131
2013/12/04 - $1,674 +30% 35 $48   $132,555,188 132
2013/12/05 - $1,664 -1% 35 $48   $132,556,852 133

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2013/07/26 1 $53,113,752   3,924 $13,536   $53,113,752 3
2013/08/02 2 $21,324,890 -60% 3,924 $5,434   $94,638,740 10
2013/08/09 7 $8,024,404 -62% 2,867 $2,799   $112,010,574 17
2013/08/16 10 $4,518,631 -44% 2,058 $2,196   $120,551,787 24
2013/08/23 15 $2,483,787 -45% 1,449 $1,714   $125,079,463 31
2013/08/30 19 $1,713,346 -31% 988 $1,734   $127,822,228 38
2013/09/06 20 $748,594 -56% 698 $1,072   $129,411,133 45
2013/09/13 21 $565,194 -24% 540 $1,047   $130,226,058 52
2013/09/20 21 $458,114 -19% 462 $992   $130,884,916 59
2013/09/27 24 $269,477 -41% 329 $819   $131,304,650 66
2013/10/04 28 $181,559 -33% 241 $753   $131,590,017 73
2013/10/11 29 $178,959 -1% 227 $788   $131,844,934 80
2013/10/18 30 $152,564 -15% 207 $737   $132,078,651 87
2013/10/25 34 $102,772 -33% 164 $627   $132,244,119 94
2013/11/01 33 $73,449 -29% 119 $617   $132,357,109 101
2013/11/08 43 $45,512 -38% 77 $591   $132,425,018 108
2013/11/15 45 $37,357 -18% 65 $575   $132,481,843 115
2013/11/22 46 $23,982 -36% 43 $558   $132,517,781 122
2013/11/29 47 $20,757 -13% 35 $593   $132,550,960 129

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
12/8/201311,079,050 1,079,050$17,448,238$17,448,2381
12/15/20133221,057-80% 1,300,107$3,313,644$20,761,8832
12/22/201311224,741+2% 1,524,848$3,368,868$24,130,7513
12/29/20137161,041-28% 1,685,889$2,483,252$26,614,0034
1/5/20141188,755-45% 1,774,644$1,633,980$28,247,9825
1/12/20141156,830-36% 1,831,474$1,061,584$29,309,5676
1/19/20141926,978-53% 1,858,452$511,503$29,821,0707
1/26/20142122,400-17% 1,880,852$420,896$30,241,9668
2/2/20142217,366-22% 1,898,218$300,432$30,542,3979
2/9/20142720,369+17% 1,918,587$386,196$30,928,59410
2/23/20142022,816 1,962,734$432,363$31,765,39312
3/2/20141919,123-16% 1,981,857$362,572$32,127,96513
4/6/20142114,220 2,045,159$187,988$33,244,94818
4/13/20142316,907+19% 2,062,066$202,715$33,447,66319
4/27/20142213,235 2,100,589$158,158$33,889,30021
5/4/20142413,325+1% 2,113,914$160,966$34,050,26622
5/11/20142618,547+39% 2,132,461$191,220$34,241,48623
6/8/20142015,354 2,184,864$183,634$34,861,92727
6/15/20142714,135-8% 2,198,999$169,761$35,031,68828
6/22/20142510,835-23% 2,209,834$109,217$35,140,90529
6/29/20142813,398+24% 2,223,232$152,603$35,293,50830
7/13/20142916,146 2,254,713$112,861$35,536,40932
8/10/20142915,459 2,302,219$123,517$35,894,38036

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
12/8/20131964,831 964,831$20,589,494$20,589,4941
12/15/20133250,361-74% 1,215,192$4,556,576$25,146,0702
12/22/20137344,559+38% 1,559,751$6,887,725$32,033,7953
12/29/20137164,886-52% 1,724,637$3,337,302$35,371,0974
1/5/2014764,876-61% 1,789,513$1,303,366$36,674,4635
1/12/2014543,263-33% 1,832,776$863,535$37,537,9986
1/19/20141316,526-62% 1,849,303$329,698$37,867,6967
1/26/20141313,883-16% 1,863,187$276,557$38,144,2538
2/2/2014188,909-36% 1,872,095$177,549$38,321,8029
2/9/20141033,407+275% 1,905,501$572,594$38,894,39610
5/18/20141213,957 1,967,978$209,357$39,852,89324
5/25/20141510,668-24% 1,978,646$160,025$40,012,91825
6/1/20141511,008+3% 1,989,654$165,127$40,178,04526

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