Zookeeper

Zookeeper poster
Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $80,360,866Details
International Box Office $90,124,381
Worldwide Box Office $170,485,247
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $15,892,874 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $3,583,825 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $19,476,699
Further financial details...

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

Synopsis

In Zookeeper, the animals at the Franklin Park Zoo love their kindhearted caretaker, Griffin Keyes. Finding himself more comfortable with a lion than a lady, Griffin decides the only way to get a girl in his life is to leave the zoo and find a more glamorous job. The animals, in a panic, decide to break their time-honored code of silence and reveal their biggest secret: they can talk! To keep Griffin from leaving, they decide to teach him the rules of courtship - animal style.

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics RottenAudience Spilled
Critics
14% - Rotten
Audience
42% - Spilled

Movie Details

Production Budget:$80,000,000
Domestic Releases: July 8th, 2011 (Wide) by Sony Pictures
Video Release: October 11th, 2011 by Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: PG for some rude and suggestive humor, and language.
(Rating bulletin 2143, 10/20/2010)
Keywords: Gratuitous Cameos, Romance, Relationship Advice, Animal Lead, Talking Animals, Mid-Life Crisis, Relationships Gone Wrong, Romance
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Romantic Comedy
Production Method:Animation/Live Action
Creative Type:Fantasy
Production Companies: Columbia Pictures, MGM, Broken Road, Hey Eddie, Happy Madison

Blu-ray Sales: Green Lantern can't Dethrone Lion King

Despite the presence of four new releases in the top ten on the Blu-ray sales chart, none were able to overtake The Lion King for top spot. It sold an additional 496,000 units generating $12.39 million for totals of 2.03 million units / $57.86 million after two weeks of release. More...

DVD Sales: The Top of the Chart Looks Quite Horrible

The top of the DVD sales chart was the weakest its been in more than a month and no new release was able to top 500,000 units sold. Horrible Bosses came the closest with 451,000 units / $6.89 million. More...

DVD and Blu-ray Releases for October 11th, 2011

It's not a particularly strong week on the home market. The biggest first run release coming out this week is Horrible Bosses, which was a surprise $100 million hit. Green Lantern will likely be the best selling release of the week, but it disappointed with critics and at the box office. As far as the best of the best goes, The Tree of Life Blu-ray / DVD Combo Pack is the best bet as far as Pick of the Week goes, bu there are a few others that are worth picking up. There are also a couple of late arrivals that deserve honorable mentions this week: Castle: Season Three and Dumbo - Blu-ray Combo Pack. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Harry Potter Breathes Life Into the Box Office

After a weak start, 2011 started to improve in late April. However, by June it had all fallen apart again and it looked like the summer of 2011 would be even worse than the summer of 2010, which was the worst summer in a decade. Thank goodness Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 2 came along. That film made more than the entire box office did last weekend and came within $10 million of doing the same in comparison to last year. It helped the overall box office reach $262 million, or 68% more than last weekend and 47% more than the same weekend last year. 2011 is still off 2010's pace by more than 7% at $5.85 billion to $6.30 million, but at least there's some hope for the near future. More...

Weekend Predictions: Will Harry Potter Go Out on Top?

This week is all about Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 2, although I know at least a couple of people who are more interested in seeing Winnie the Pooh. Potter will dominate the box office in a way rarely seen and help boost overall box office substantially. In fact, there is a chance it will make more than the entire top ten did the same weekend last year. As long as it doesn't miss low end expectations, it should help give 2011 a much needed win. More...

Contest: Tango For Two: Winning Announcement

The winners of our Tango For Two contest were determined and they are... More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Transformers Lights Up the Competition, Box Office Remains Dark

Transformers: Dark of the Moon led the way for the second weekend in a row and overall the top five films were a little stronger than expected, but sadly that wasn't enough for 2011 to score a win. It didn't even come close. The overall box office was just $156 million, which was 23% lower than last weekend, but the post-holiday slump mostly explains that. However, it was 19% lower than the same weekend last year and there's no excuse for that. The bad news continues as 2011 has fallen more than $500 million behind 2010's pace, while attendance is just down close to 10%. Unless Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 2 is an exceptional hit at the box office, the summer of 2011 could have the worst ticket sales in more than a decade. More...

Weekend Estimates: Transformers Unbeaten by Zookeeper, Horrible Bosses

Transformers: Dark of the Moon became the highest-grossing movie of the year so far, according to Paramount's Sunday estimate. Its total gross of $261 million is a comfortable $11 million ahead of The Hangover 2, which itself passed $250 million this weekend. While it couldn't come close to topping the chart, Horrible Bosses had a good weekend, earning a shade over $28 million and beating Zookeeper for 2nd place. The Kevin James comedy, meanwhile, posted a decent $21 million. More...

Weekend Predictions: Will There Be Any Change on Top?

While there are two wide releases coming out this week, it seems unlikely that either of them will seriously challenge Transformers: Dark of the Moon for top spot at the box office. In fact, it's more likely that Horrible Bosses and Zookeeper combined won't make as much as Dark of the Moon will make this weekend. The new releases are certainly weaker than those from last year and there's no hope any film will make more than Despicable Me did during its opening weekend. Worse still, June 2011 sold the fewest number of tickets for any June since the year 2000; we really can't afford another slow week at the box office, but that's likely to be exactly what we are going to get. More...

Contest: Tango for Two

Neither wide release next week has monster blockbuster written all over it, but of the two, Zookeeper has the best shot at opening in first place. As such, it is the target film in this week's box office prediction contest. In order to win, one must simply predict the opening weekend box office number for Zookeeper . Whoever comes the closest to predicting the film's opening 3-day weekend box office (Friday to Sunday), without going over, will win a copy of Immigration Tango on DVD. Whoever comes the closest to predicting the film's opening 3-day weekend box office (Friday to Sunday), without going under, will also win a copy of Immigration Tango on DVD. Entries must be received by 10 a.m., Pacific Time on Friday to be eligible, so don't delay! More...

2011 Preview: July

July starts with one of the most important holidays of the year, which is good news for the industry, as June was a little weaker than expected, at least on average. None of the films were shockingly bad at the box office, even if a few missed early predictions by significant degrees. But conversely, none really shocked analysts with their box office prowess. As such, 2011 continued to slide a little further behind 2010's pace, a trend the movie industry hopes will end this month. Fortunately, that is a reasonable goal. Last July was home to two $100 million movies, two $200 million movies, and a one $300 million movie, assuming you count The Twilight Saga: Eclipse as a July film. This time around, we could see two films top $300 million, assuming you count Transformers: Dark of the Moon as a July release. Meanwhile, there are several potential $100 million films. I count up to six films with a statistically significant shot at reaching the century mark, but I would be amazed if more than half of them got there. More...

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2011/07/08 3 $7,365,038   3,482 $2,115   $7,365,038 1
2011/07/09 3 $7,518,228 +2% 3,482 $2,159   $14,883,266 2
2011/07/10 3 $5,182,351 -31% 3,482 $1,488   $20,065,617 3
2011/07/11 3 $2,456,640 -53% 3,482 $706   $22,522,257 4
2011/07/12 3 $3,012,406 +23% 3,482 $865   $25,534,663 5
2011/07/13 3 $2,343,698 -22% 3,482 $673   $27,878,361 6
2011/07/14 3 $2,174,105 -7% 3,482 $624   $30,052,466 7
2011/07/15 4 $3,888,632 +79% 3,482 $1,117   $33,941,098 8
2011/07/16 4 $4,996,132 +28% 3,482 $1,435   $38,937,230 9
2011/07/17 4 $3,445,748 -31% 3,482 $990   $42,382,978 10
2011/07/18 4 $1,846,122 -46% 3,482 $530   $44,229,100 11
2011/07/19 4 $2,257,745 +22% 3,482 $648   $46,486,845 12
2011/07/20 4 $1,915,246 -15% 3,482 $550   $48,402,091 13
2011/07/21 4 $2,102,109 +10% 3,482 $604   $50,504,200 14
2011/07/22 6 $2,860,927 +36% 3,215 $890   $53,365,127 15
2011/07/23 6 $3,448,004 +21% 3,215 $1,072   $56,813,131 16
2011/07/24 6 $2,393,124 -31% 3,215 $744   $59,206,255 17
2011/07/25 6 $1,272,100 -47% 3,215 $396   $60,478,355 18
2011/07/26 6 $1,538,976 +21% 3,215 $479   $62,017,331 19
2011/07/27 6 $1,269,377 -18% 3,215 $395   $63,286,708 20
2011/07/28 6 $1,244,132 -2% 3,215 $387   $64,530,840 21
2011/07/29 9 $1,411,570 +13% 2,418 $584   $65,942,410 22
2011/07/30 9 $1,702,417 +21% 2,418 $704   $67,644,827 23
2011/07/31 9 $1,187,906 -30% 2,418 $491   $68,832,733 24
2011/08/01 9 $588,580 -50% 2,418 $243   $69,421,313 25
2011/08/02 9 $713,534 +21% 2,418 $295   $70,134,847 26
2011/08/03 9 $687,730 -4% 2,418 $284   $70,822,577 27
2011/08/04 9 $622,187 -10% 2,418 $257   $71,444,764 28
2011/08/05 - $663,702 +7% 1,724 $385   $72,108,466 29
2011/08/06 - $877,485 +32% 1,724 $509   $72,985,951 30
2011/08/07 - $627,589 -28% 1,724 $364   $73,613,540 31
2011/08/08 - $300,179 -52% 1,724 $174   $73,913,719 32
2011/08/09 - $377,820 +26% 1,724 $219   $74,291,539 33
2011/08/10 - $265,195 -30% 1,724 $154   $74,556,734 34
2011/08/11 12 $240,701 -9% 1,724 $140   $74,797,435 35
2011/08/12 15 $314,806 +31% 748 $421   $75,112,241 36
2011/08/13 15 $407,083 +29% 748 $544   $75,519,324 37
2011/08/14 15 $281,366 -31% 748 $376   $75,800,690 38
2011/08/15 15 $155,849 -45% 748 $208   $75,956,539 39
2011/08/16 15 $163,652 +5% 748 $219   $76,120,191 40
2011/08/17 15 $123,363 -25% 748 $165   $76,243,554 41
2011/08/18 15 $122,750 n/c 748 $164   $76,366,304 42
2011/08/19 - $131,500 +7% 370 $355   $76,497,804 43
2011/08/20 - $175,034 +33% 370 $473   $76,672,838 44
2011/08/21 - $98,497 -44% 370 $266   $76,771,335 45
2011/08/22 - $41,946 -57% 370 $113   $76,813,281 46
2011/08/23 - $48,393 +15% 370 $131   $76,861,674 47
2011/08/24 - $38,698 -20% 370 $105   $76,900,372 48
2011/08/25 - $42,594 +10% 370 $115   $76,942,966 49
2011/08/26 - $75,414 +77% 225 $335   $77,018,380 50
2011/08/27 - $114,301 +52% 225 $508   $77,132,681 51
2011/08/28 - $53,051 -54% 225 $236   $77,185,732 52
2011/09/02 - $175,651   401 $438   $77,451,809 57
2011/09/03 - $294,249 +68% 401 $734   $77,746,058 58
2011/09/04 - $267,681 -9% 401 $668   $78,013,739 59
2011/09/05 22 $216,993 -19% 401 $541   $78,230,732 60
2011/09/09 - $111,714   343 $326   $78,442,500 64
2011/09/10 - $208,354 +87% 343 $607   $78,650,854 65
2011/09/11 - $116,547 -44% 343 $340   $78,767,401 66
2011/09/16 - $95,381   348 $274   $78,955,545 71
2011/09/17 - $174,357 +83% 348 $501   $79,129,902 72
2011/09/18 - $104,299 -40% 348 $300   $79,234,201 73
2011/09/23 - $81,204   294 $276   $79,400,526 78
2011/09/24 - $143,564 +77% 294 $488   $79,544,090 79
2011/09/25 - $86,022 -40% 294 $293   $79,630,112 80
2011/09/30 - $51,720   253 $204   $79,752,593 85
2011/10/01 - $98,645 +91% 253 $390   $79,851,238 86
2011/10/02 - $60,952 -38% 253 $241   $79,912,190 87
2011/10/07 - $37,528   198 $190   $80,002,619 92
2011/10/08 - $67,047 +79% 198 $339   $80,069,666 93
2011/10/09 - $42,894 -36% 198 $217   $80,112,560 94
2011/10/14 - $31,385   155 $202   $80,203,247 99
2011/10/15 - $49,011 +56% 155 $316   $80,252,258 100
2011/10/16 - $30,599 -38% 155 $197   $80,282,857 101
2011/10/21 - $11,483   94 $122   $80,328,696 106
2011/10/22 - $19,164 +67% 94 $204   $80,347,860 107
2011/10/23 - $13,006 -32% 94 $138   $80,360,866 108

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2011/07/08 3 $20,065,617   3,482 $5,763   $20,065,617 3
2011/07/15 4 $12,330,512 -39% 3,482 $3,541   $42,382,978 10
2011/07/22 6 $8,702,055 -29% 3,215 $2,707   $59,206,255 17
2011/07/29 9 $4,301,893 -51% 2,418 $1,779   $68,832,733 24
2011/08/05 11 $2,168,776 -50% 1,724 $1,258   $73,613,540 31
2011/08/12 15 $1,003,255 -54% 748 $1,341   $75,800,690 38
2011/08/19 22 $405,031 -60% 370 $1,095   $76,771,335 45
2011/08/26 25 $242,766 -40% 225 $1,079   $77,185,732 52
2011/09/02 24 $737,581 +204% 401 $1,839   $78,013,739 59
2011/09/09 23 $436,615 -41% 343 $1,273   $78,767,401 66
2011/09/16 26 $374,037 -14% 348 $1,075   $79,234,201 73
2011/09/23 24 $310,790 -17% 294 $1,057   $79,630,112 80
2011/09/30 27 $211,317 -32% 253 $835   $79,912,190 87
2011/10/07 27 $147,469 -30% 198 $745   $80,112,560 94
2011/10/14 34 $110,995 -25% 155 $716   $80,282,857 101
2011/10/21 50 $43,653 -61% 94 $464   $80,360,866 108

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
10/16/20114261,244 261,244$4,516,909$4,516,9091
10/23/20118103,266-60% 364,510$1,857,755$6,374,6642
10/30/20111256,586-45% 421,096$1,017,982$7,392,6463
11/6/20111637,370-34% 458,466$662,944$8,055,5904
11/13/20112922,290-40% 480,756$394,533$8,450,1235
11/20/20112728,235+27% 508,991$507,948$8,958,0716

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
10/16/2011675,988 75,988$1,813,075$1,813,0751
10/23/20111618,201-76% 94,189$454,854$2,267,9292

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Cast

Kevin James    Griffin Keyes
Rosario Dawson    Kate
Leslie Bibb    Stephanie
Ken Jeong    Venom
Donnie Wahlberg    Shane
Joe Rogan    Gale
Adam Sandler    Donald the Capuchin Monkey Voice
Nick Nolte    Bernie the Gorilla Voice
Don Rickles    Jim the Frog Voice
Cher    Janet the Lion Voice
Faizon Love    Bruce the Grizzly Bear Voice
Maya Rudolph    Molie the Giraffe Voice
Bas Rutten    Sebastian the Wold Voice
Jim Breuer    Spike the Crow Voice
Thomas Gottschalk    Jurgen Mavroc
Jon Favreau    Jerome the Grizzly Bear Voice
Judd Apatow    Barry the Elephant Voice
Sylvester Stallone    Joe the Lion Voice
Henry Twickens    Bob the Yak Voice
Richie Minervini    Elmo the Ostrich
Nat Faxon    Dave

Production and Technical Credits

Producer    Todd Garner
Producer    Kevin James
Producer    Adam Sandler
Producer    Jack Giarraputo
Producer    Walt Becker
Executive Producer    Barry Bernardi
Executive Producer    Jeff Sussman
Executive Producer    Charles Newirth
Executive Producer    Jennifer Eatz
Co-Producer    Aimee Keen
Director    Frank Coraci
Screenwriter    Nick Bakay
Screenwriter    Rock Reuben
Screenwriter    Kevin James
Screenwriter    Jay Scherick
Screenwriter    David Ronn
Cinematographer    Michael Barrett
Editor    Scott Hill
Composer    Rupert Gregson-Williams
Music Supervisor    Michael Dilbeck
Production Designer    Kirk M. Petruccelli
Supervising Art Director    Daniel T. Dorrance
Art Director    Domenic Silvestri
Set Decorator    Hilton Rosemarin
Costume Designer    Mona May
Sound Mixer    David MacMillan
Supervising Sound Editor    Elmo Weber
Supervising Sound Editor    Frank Gaeta
Re-recording Mixer    Tateum Kohut
Re-recording Mixer    Greg Orloff
Special Effects Supervisor    Allen L. Hall
Visual Effects Supervisor    Peter G. Travers
Associate Producer    Gino Falsetto
Assistant Director    Michele Panelli-Venetis
Second Unit Director    Barry Bernardi
Second Unit Director    Perry Andelin Blake
Supervising Puppeteer    Alec Gillis
Casting Director    Kim Davis-Wagner
Casting Director    Justine Baddeley

Zookeeper HD Trailer