XXX: State of the Union

Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $26,873,932Details
International Box Office $44,200,000
Worldwide Box Office $71,073,932
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 Spilled
Critics
16% - Rotten
Audience
33% - Spilled

Movie Details

Production Budget:$60,000,000
Domestic Releases: April 29th, 2005 (Wide) by Sony Pictures
Video Release: July 26th, 2005 by Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for sequences of intense action violence and some language.
Running Time: 101 minutes
Franchise: xXx
Keywords: Visual Effects, Secret Agent
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Action
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: Revolution Studios

Cast

   Darius Stone
Willem Dafoe    General George Octavius Deckert
Scott Speedman    Agent Kyle Steele
Peter Strauss    President James Sanford
Samuel L. Jackson    Agent Augustus Gibbons
Xzibit    Zeke
Michael Roof    Toby Lee Shavers
Sunny Mabrey    Charlie
Nona Gaye    Lola Jackson
John G. Connolly    Lt. Alabama "Bama" Cobb
Ramon De Ocampo    Agent Meadows
Barry Sigismondi    Bull
Michael Don Evans    Conductor
David Rountree    Agent
Ned Schmidtke    Col. Jack Pettibone
Scott Michael Morgan    Farmhand
Chris Johnson    Young Agent
Thom Gossom Jr.    Baptist Preacher
Stan Sellers    Uptight Businessman
Paul Collins    NSA Director Bill Brody
Lisa Joyner    Field Reporter at Fire
Bruce Kirkpatrick    Police Captain Davis
Lance Baldwin    Sharpshooter
Kent Shocknek    Newscaster
Glen Walker    Newscaster
Leyna Nguyen    Newscaster
Jeanne Sakata    Field Reporter
Gina St. John    Field Reporter
Paul Keeley    Field Reporter
Andrew Fiscella    Guard
J. Anthony Brown    Webster
Bruce Bruce    Maurice
Matt Gerald    Liebo
Dave Kennedy    Funeral Commander
Rene Ibarra    Casket Detail Commander
Sarah Mack    Presidential Aide
Jared Chandler    Firing Team Commander
Samantha Tyler    Corvette Girl
Gavin Lindsay Goode    SWAT Officer
Jeffrey Moon    Soldier
Travis Hinson    Tank Gunner

Production and Technical Credits

Director   
Screenwriter    Simon Kinberg
Story Creator    Rich Wilkes
Producer    Arne L. Schmidt
Producer    Neal H. Moritz
Executive Producer    Todd Garner
Executive Producer    Rob Cohen
Executive Producer    Derek Dauchy
Production Designer    Gavin Bocquet
Editor    Mark Goldblatt
Editor    Steven Rosenblum
Editor    Todd E. Miller
Composer    Marco Beltrami
Director of Photography    David Tattersall
Assistant Director    J. Michael Haynie
Second Unit Director    Geoff Murphy
Unit Production Manager    Debra James
Supervising Art Director    Mark W. Mansbridge
Art Director    Bradford Ricker
Set Decorator    Hilton Rosemarin
Second Unit Camera    Philip Pfeiffer
Costume Designer    Sanja Milkovic Hays
Costume Supervisor    Camille Argus
Sound Mixer    Willie Burton
Re-recording Mixer    Christopher Boyes
Re-recording Mixer    Gary Summers
Supervising Sound Editor    Tom Belfort
Supervising Sound Editor    Frank Eulner
Sound Effects Editor    J.R. Grubbs
Sound Effects Editor    Tim Nielsen
Sound Effects Editor    Kyrsten Mate
Sound Designer    Christopher Boyes
Dialogue Editor    Frederick H. Stahly
Dialogue Editor    Daniel Irwin
Supervising    Alex Gibson
Music Editor    Bill Abbott
Make up    Hallie D'Amore
Make up    Kenneth Schoenfeld
Hairstylist    Beth Miller
Hairstylist    Catherine Childers
Music Producer    Marco Beltrami
Music Producer    Buck Sanders
Music Supervisor    Laura Wasserman
Music Supervisor    Darren Higman
Casting Director    Margery Simkin
Stunt Coordinator    R.A. Rondell

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Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2005/04/29 3 $4,179,324   3,480 $1,201   $4,179,324 1
2005/04/30 3 $5,432,120 +30% 3,480 $1,561   $9,611,444 2
2005/05/01 3 $3,100,828 -43% 3,480 $891   $12,712,272 3
2005/05/02 3 $776,722 -75% 3,480 $223   $13,488,994 4
2005/05/03 3 $684,499 -12% 3,480 $197   $14,173,493 5
2005/05/04 3 $611,230 -11% 3,480 $176   $14,784,723 6
2005/05/05 3 $597,233 -2% 3,480 $172   $15,381,956 7
2005/05/06 6 $1,717,042 +187% 3,480 $493   $17,098,998 8
2005/05/07 6 $2,329,971 +36% 3,480 $670   $19,428,969 9
2005/05/08 6 $1,473,615 -37% 3,480 $423   $20,902,584 10
2005/05/09 6 $342,250 -77% 3,480 $98   $21,244,834 11
2005/05/10 6 $323,474 -5% 3,480 $93   $21,568,308 12
2005/05/11 6 $315,698 -2% 3,480 $91   $21,884,006 13
2005/05/12 6 $321,799 +2% 3,480 $92   $22,205,805 14
2005/05/13 10 $604,763 +88% 2,387 $253   $22,810,568 15
2005/05/14 9 $947,618 +57% 2,387 $397   $23,758,186 16
2005/05/15 9 $582,391 -39% 2,387 $244   $24,340,577 17
2005/05/16 11 $136,576 -77% 2,387 $57   $24,477,153 18
2005/05/17 10 $134,285 -2% 2,387 $56   $24,611,438 19
2005/05/18 10 $107,447 -20% 2,387 $45   $24,718,885 20
2005/05/19 - $60,112 -44% 2,387 $25   $24,778,997 21
2005/05/20 - $232,123 +286% 2,387 $97   $25,011,120 22
2005/05/21 11 $366,183 +58% 2,387 $153   $25,377,303 23
2005/05/22 11 $230,044 -37% 2,387 $96   $25,607,347 24
2005/05/23 - $68,080 -70% 2,387 $29   $25,675,427 25
2005/05/24 - $60,382 -11% 2,387 $25   $25,735,809 26
2005/05/25 - $61,657 +2% 2,387 $26   $25,797,466 27
2005/05/26 - $74,728 +21% 2,387 $31   $25,872,194 28
2005/05/27 - $51,436 -31% 2,387 $22   $25,923,630 29
2005/05/28 - $64,099 +25% 2,387 $27   $25,987,729 30
2005/05/29 - $55,640 -13% 2,387 $23   $26,043,369 31
2005/05/30 23 $39,545 -29% 341 $116   $26,082,914 32

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2005/04/29 3 $12,712,272   3,480 $3,653   $12,712,272 3
2005/05/06 6 $5,520,628 -57% 3,480 $1,586   $20,902,584 10
2005/05/13 9 $2,134,772 -61% 2,387 $894   $24,340,577 17
2005/05/20 11 $828,350 -61% 1,301 $637   $25,607,347 24
2005/05/27 23 $171,175 -79% 341 $502   $26,043,369 31

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