X-Men: The Last Stand

X-Men: The Last Stand poster
Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $234,362,462Details
International Box Office $224,997,093
Worldwide Box Office $459,359,555
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $129,771,012 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $968,232 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $130,739,244
Further financial details...

  1. Summary
  2. News
  3. Box Office
  4. Video Sales
  5. Full Financials
  6. Cast & Crew
  7. Trailer

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics RottenAudience Upright
Critics
58% - Rotten
Audience
62% - Upright

Movie Details

Production Budget:$210,000,000
Domestic Releases: May 26th, 2006 (Wide) by 20th Century Fox
Video Release: October 3rd, 2006 by Fox Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for intense sequences of action violence, some sexual content and language
Running Time: 104 minutes
Franchise: X-Men
Keywords: Mutants, Visual Effects, Marvel Comics
Source:Based on Comic/Graphic Novel
Genre:Action
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Super Hero
Production Companies: 20th Century Fox

Cast

   Logan/Wolverine
Halle Berry    Ororo Munroe/Storm
Ian McKellen    Erik Lensherr, AKA Magneto
Famke Janssen    Dr. Jean Grey
Anna Paquin    Rogue
Kelsey Grammer    Hank McCoy/Beast
James Marsden    Scott Summers, AKA Cyclops
Rebecca Romijn    Mystique
Shawn Ashmore    Bobby Drake, AKA Iceman
Aaron Stanford    John Allerdyce, AKA Pyro
Vinnie Jones    Juggernaut
Patrick Stewart    Professor Charles Xavier
Ellen Page    Kitty Pryde/Shadowcat
Ben Foster    Warren Worthington/Angel
Dania Ramirez    Callisto
Michael Murphy    Warren Worthington, Jr.
Shohreh Aghdashloo    Dr. Kavita Rao
Josef Sommer    The President
Bill Duke    Bolvier Trask
Daniel Cudmore    Piotr Rasputin, AKA Colossus
Eric Dane    Jamie Madrox/Multiple Man
Cameron Bright    Leech
Makenzie Vega    Prison Truck Little Girl
Anthony Heald    FBI Mystique Interrogator
R. Lee Ermey    Sergeant
Stan Lee    Waterhose Man
Ken Leung    Kid Omega
Shauna Kain    Theresa Rourke Cassidy/Siryn
Kea Wong    Jubilation Lee/Jubilee
Connor Widdows    Jones
Bryce Hodgson    Artie
Luke Pohl    Flea
Olivia Williams    Dr. Moira MacTaggart
Mi-Jung Lee    Newscaster

Production and Technical Credits

Director   
Executive Producer    Kevin Feige
Executive Producer    Stan Lee
Executive Producer    John Palermo
Producer    Avi Arad
Producer    Lauren Shuler Donner
Producer    Ralph Winter
Screenwriter    Simon Kinberg
Screenwriter    Zak Penn
Cinematographer    Dante Spinotti
Production Designer    Ed Verreaux
Editor    Mark Goldblatt
Editor    Mark Helfrich
Editor    Julia Wong
Composer    David Hykes
Composer    John Powell
Associate Producer    David Gorder
Assistant Director    Lee Cleary
Assistant Director    James M. Freitag
Second Unit Director    Simon Crane
Unit Production Manager    Ross Fanger
Unit Production Manager    Stewart Bethune
Production Supervisor    Jason McGatlin
Production Designer    Edward Verreaux
Supervising Art Director    Geoff Hubbard
Art Director    Helen Jarvis
Art Director    Alessandra Tanaka
Art Director    Chad S. Frey
Set Decorator    Elizabeth Wilcox
Costume Designer    Judianna Makovsky
Costume Designer    Lisa Tomczeszyn
Additional Editing    Steven Ansell
Sound Mixer    David Husby
Re-recording Mixer    Steve Maslow
Re-recording Mixer    D.M. Hemphill
Re-recording Mixer    Rick Kline
Supervising Sound Editor    John A Larsen
Sound Designer    Craig Henighan
Makeup    Kris Evans
Make-up and Hair Designer    Rosalina Da Silva
Make-up and Hair Designer    Norma Hill-Patton
Makeup    Kenny Meyers
Casting    Rick Pegano
Casting    Coreen Mayrs
Casting    Heike Brandstatter
Casting    Robin D. Cook
Stunt Coordinator    Simon Crane
Stunt Coordinator    Wade Eastwood
Stunt Coordinator    Mike Mitchell
Dialogue Editor    Mildred Iatrou

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Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2006/05/26 1 $45,102,265   3,690 $12,223   $45,102,265 1
2006/05/27 1 $31,997,843 -29% 3,690 $8,672   $77,100,108 2
2006/05/28 1 $25,650,557 -20% 3,690 $6,951   $102,750,665 3
2006/05/29 1 $20,110,492 -22% 3,690 $5,450   $122,861,157 4
2006/05/30 1 $7,289,543 -64% 3,690 $1,975   $130,150,700 5
2006/05/31 1 $5,805,109 -20% 3,690 $1,573   $135,955,809 6
2006/06/01 1 $5,375,353 -7% 3,690 $1,457   $141,331,162 7
2006/06/02 2 $10,309,481 +92% 3,714 $2,776   $151,640,643 8
2006/06/03 2 $14,328,792 +39% 3,714 $3,858   $165,969,435 9
2006/06/04 2 $9,378,974 -35% 3,714 $2,525   $175,348,409 10
2006/06/05 2 $2,932,897 -69% 3,714 $790   $178,281,306 11
2006/06/06 3 $3,025,777 +3% 3,714 $815   $181,307,083 12
2006/06/07 3 $2,471,902 -18% 3,714 $666   $183,778,985 13
2006/06/08 3 $2,387,089 -3% 3,714 $643   $186,166,074 14
2006/06/09 4 $4,962,358 +108% 3,680 $1,348   $191,128,432 15
2006/06/10 3 $6,699,418 +35% 3,680 $1,820   $197,827,850 16
2006/06/11 3 $4,416,802 -34% 3,680 $1,200   $202,244,652 17
2006/06/12 3 $1,668,518 -62% 3,680 $453   $203,913,170 18
2006/06/13 3 $1,534,991 -8% 3,680 $417   $205,448,161 19
2006/06/14 3 $1,511,075 -2% 3,680 $411   $206,959,236 20
2006/06/15 3 $1,439,364 -5% 3,680 $391   $208,398,600 21
2006/06/16 7 $2,235,937 +55% 2,812 $795   $210,634,537 22
2006/06/17 6 $3,016,310 +35% 2,812 $1,073   $213,650,847 23
2006/06/18 5 $2,568,006 -15% 2,812 $913   $216,218,853 24
2006/06/19 7 $884,732 -66% 2,812 $315   $217,103,585 25
2006/06/20 7 $860,270 -3% 2,810 $306   $217,963,855 26
2006/06/21 7 $843,088 -2% 2,810 $300   $218,806,943 27
2006/06/22 7 $857,269 +2% 2,810 $305   $219,664,212 28
2006/06/23 9 $1,412,595 +65% 2,408 $587   $221,076,807 29
2006/06/24 9 $1,962,601 +39% 2,408 $815   $223,039,408 30
2006/06/25 9 $1,466,754 -25% 2,408 $609   $224,506,162 31
2006/06/26 9 $625,454 -57% 2,408 $260   $225,131,616 32
2006/06/27 8 $576,368 -8% 2,408 $239   $225,707,984 33
2006/06/28 11 $381,059 -34% 1,806 $211   $226,089,043 34
2006/06/29 11 $394,351 +3% 1,806 $218   $226,483,394 35
2006/06/30 - $613,322 +56% 1,558 $394   $227,096,716 36
2006/07/01 11 $805,152 +31% 1,558 $517   $227,901,868 37
2006/07/02 11 $789,135 -2% 1,558 $507   $228,691,003 38
2006/07/03 11 $635,959 -19% 1,558 $408   $229,326,962 39
2006/07/04 12 $478,930 -25% 1,558 $307   $229,805,892 40
2006/07/05 11 $313,931 -34% 1,558 $201   $230,119,823 41
2006/07/06 - $293,582 -6% 1,558 $188   $230,413,405 42
2006/07/07 - $298,632 +2% 1,558 $192   $230,712,037 43
2006/07/08 - $377,866 +27% 1,558 $243   $231,089,903 44
2006/07/09 - $244,044 -35% 832 $293   $231,333,947 45
2006/07/10 - $113,372 -54% 832 $136   $231,447,319 46
2006/07/11 - $120,058 +6% 832 $144   $231,567,377 47
2006/07/12 - $119,782 n/c 832 $144   $231,687,159 48
2006/07/13 - $115,034 -4% 832 $138   $231,802,193 49
2006/07/14 19 $146,998 +28% 592 $248   $231,949,191 50
2006/07/15 18 $220,252 +50% 592 $372   $232,169,443 51
2006/07/16 19 $160,539 -27% 592 $271   $232,329,982 52
2006/07/17 19 $75,917 -53% 592 $128   $232,405,899 53
2006/07/18 19 $78,265 +3% 592 $132   $232,484,164 54
2006/07/19 19 $72,151 -8% 592 $122   $232,556,315 55
2006/07/20 19 $74,830 +4% 592 $126   $232,631,145 56
2006/07/21 - $85,613 +14% 592 $145   $232,716,758 57
2006/07/22 - $131,498 +54% 592 $222   $232,848,256 58
2006/07/23 - $89,041 -32% 592 $150   $232,937,297 59
2006/07/24 - $42,982 -52% 592 $73   $232,980,279 60
2006/07/25 - $45,534 +6% 592 $77   $233,025,813 61
2006/07/26 - $43,085 -5% 592 $73   $233,068,898 62
2006/07/27 - $46,354 +8% 592 $78   $233,115,252 63
2006/07/28 - $73,915 +59% 294 $251   $233,189,167 64
2006/07/29 - $102,198 +38% 294 $348   $233,291,365 65
2006/07/30 - $78,494 -23% 294 $267   $233,369,859 66
2006/07/31 - $38,367 -51% 294 $131   $233,408,226 67
2006/08/01 - $43,918 +14% 294 $149   $233,452,144 68
2006/08/02 - $36,021 -18% 294 $123   $233,488,165 69
2006/08/03 - $36,485 +1% 294 $124   $233,524,650 70
2006/08/04 - $54,343 +49% 268 $203   $233,578,993 71
2006/08/05 - $76,448 +41% 268 $285   $233,655,441 72
2006/08/06 - $57,974 -24% 268 $216   $233,713,415 73
2006/08/07 - $28,925 -50% 268 $108   $233,742,340 74
2006/08/08 - $30,016 +4% 268 $112   $233,772,356 75
2006/08/09 - $27,777 -7% 268 $104   $233,800,133 76
2006/08/10 - $28,409 +2% 268 $106   $233,828,542 77
2006/08/11 - $41,801 +47% 219 $191   $233,870,343 78
2006/08/12 - $60,291 +44% 219 $275   $233,930,634 79
2006/08/13 - $41,570 -31% 219 $190   $233,972,204 80
2006/08/14 - $20,530 -51% 219 $94   $233,992,734 81
2006/08/15 - $20,905 +2% 219 $95   $234,013,639 82
2006/08/16 - $18,806 -10% 219 $86   $234,032,445 83
2006/08/17 - $18,976 +1% 219 $87   $234,051,421 84
2006/08/18 - $28,980 +53% 178 $163   $234,080,401 85
2006/08/19 - $42,098 +45% 178 $237   $234,122,499 86
2006/08/20 - $27,912 -34% 178 $157   $234,150,411 87
2006/08/21 - $11,929 -57% 178 $67   $234,162,340 88
2006/08/22 - $13,172 +10% 178 $74   $234,175,512 89
2006/08/23 - $12,404 -6% 178 $70   $234,187,916 90
2006/08/24 - $12,545 +1% 178 $70   $234,200,461 91
2006/08/25 - $12,677 +1% 100 $127   $234,213,138 92
2006/08/26 - $19,258 +52% 100 $193   $234,232,396 93
2006/08/27 - $13,352 -31% 100 $134   $234,245,748 94
2006/08/28 - $4,296 -68% 100 $43   $234,250,044 95
2006/08/29 - $4,377 +2% 100 $44   $234,254,421 96
2006/08/30 - $4,513 +3% 100 $45   $234,258,934 97
2006/08/31 - $4,691 +4% 100 $47   $234,263,625 98
2006/09/01 - $7,981 +70% 53 $151   $234,271,606 99
2006/09/02 - $13,288 +66% 53 $251   $234,284,894 100
2006/09/03 - $13,938 +5% 53 $263   $234,298,832 101
2006/09/04 58 $8,113 -42% 53 $153   $234,306,945 102
2006/09/05 - $2,514 -69% 53 $47   $234,309,459 103
2006/09/06 - $2,141 -15% 53 $40   $234,311,600 104
2006/09/07 - $2,051 -4% 53 $39   $234,313,651 105
2006/09/08 - $4,139 +102% 53 $78   $234,317,790 106
2006/09/09 - $7,223 +75% 53 $136   $234,325,013 107
2006/09/10 - $4,398 -39% 53 $83   $234,329,411 108
2006/09/11 - $1,571 -64% 53 $30   $234,330,982 109
2006/09/12 - $2,518 +60% 53 $48   $234,333,500 110
2006/09/13 - $1,649 -35% 53 $31   $234,335,149 111
2006/09/14 - $1,927 +17% 53 $36   $234,337,076 112

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2006/05/26 1 $102,750,665   3,690 $27,846   $102,750,665 3
2006/06/02 2 $34,017,247 -67% 3,714 $9,159   $175,348,409 10
2006/06/09 3 $16,078,578 -53% 3,680 $4,369   $202,244,652 17
2006/06/16 6 $7,820,253 -51% 2,812 $2,781   $216,218,853 24
2006/06/23 9 $4,841,950 -38% 2,408 $2,011   $224,506,162 31
2006/06/30 11 $2,207,609 -54% 1,558 $1,417   $228,691,003 38
2006/07/07 14 $920,542 -58% 832 $1,106   $231,333,947 45
2006/07/14 19 $527,789 -43% 592 $892   $232,329,982 52
2006/07/21 23 $306,152 -42% 332 $922   $232,937,297 59
2006/07/28 26 $254,607 -17% 294 $866   $233,369,859 66
2006/08/04 29 $188,765 -26% 268 $704   $233,713,415 73
2006/08/11 35 $143,662 -24% 219 $656   $233,972,204 80
2006/08/18 44 $98,990 -31% 178 $556   $234,150,411 87
2006/08/25 53 $45,287 -54% 100 $453   $234,245,748 94
2006/09/01 58 $35,207 -22% 53 $664   $234,298,832 101
2006/09/08 71 $15,760 -55% 39 $404   $234,329,411 108
2006/09/15 84 $11,571 -27% 19 $609   $234,348,647 115
2006/09/22 92 $8,249 -29% 21 $393   $234,360,014 122

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
10/8/200623,162,505 3,162,505$53,247,413$53,247,4131
10/15/20063778,360-75% 3,940,865$12,421,614$65,669,0272
10/22/20066325,387-58% 4,266,252$5,755,966$71,424,9933
10/29/20069160,296-51% 4,426,548$2,889,367$74,314,3604
11/5/20068141,351-12% 4,567,899$2,542,254$76,856,6145
11/12/200612134,664-5% 4,702,563$2,355,543$79,212,1576
11/19/20061779,120-41% 4,781,683$1,307,039$80,519,1967
11/26/200611532,042+572% 5,313,725$8,629,721$89,148,9178
12/3/200630101,316-81% 5,415,041$1,692,818$90,841,7359
6/5/20112818,514 6,198,070$88,804$103,748,637244

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
6/5/2011722,958 22,958$367,099$367,099244
6/12/20111412,173-47% 35,131$194,639$561,738245

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