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Movie Comparison: Rush Hour (1998) vs. 22 Jump Street (2014)

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  Rush Hour22 Jump Street
Domestic Release Date Sep 18, 1998Jun 13, 2014
Production Budget $35,000,000$50,000,000
Opening Weekend Theaters 2,6383,306
Maximum Theaters 2,7243,426
Theatrical Engagements 29,81022,821
Domestic Opening Weekend $33,001,803$57,071,445
Domestic Box Office $141,186,864$191,719,337
Inflation Adjusted
Domestic Box Office
$259,885,453$202,983,140
International Box Office $104,113,136$139,614,539
Worldwide Box Office $245,300,000$331,333,876
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Note: A theatrical engagement is defined as the movie playing in a single theater for one week. So, for example, a film that plays in 3,000 theaters in its first week and 2,000 theaters in its second week will have had 5,000 theatrical engagements.