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16 Blocks (2006)

Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $36,895,141Details
International Box Office $28,700,000Details
Worldwide Box Office $65,595,141
Home Market Performance
Est. Domestic DVD Sales $20,240,268 Details
Total Est. Domestic Video Sales $20,240,268
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Movie Details

Production Budget:$45,000,000
Domestic Releases: March 3rd, 2006 (Wide) by Warner Bros.
Video Release: June 13th, 2006 by Warner Home Video
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for violence, intense sequences of action, and some strong language
Running Time: 105 minutes
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Keywords: Corrupt Cops
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Action
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: Millennium Films
Production Countries: United States

Leading Cast

   Jack Mosley
   Eddie Bunker

Supporting Cast

David Morse    Frank Nugent
David Zayas    Robert Torres
Casey Sander    Captain Gruber
Jenna Stern    Diane Mosley
Cylk Cozart    Jimmy Mulvey
Richard Fitzpatrick    Deputy Commissioner Wagner
Peter McRobbie    Mike Sheehan
Kim Chan    Sam
Robert Racki    Jerry Shue
Patrick Garrow    Touhey
Sasha Roiz    Kaller
Conrad Pla    Ortiz
Hechter Ubarry    Maldonado
Mike Keenan    Ray Fitzpatrick
Robert Clohessy    Cannova
Jess Mal Gibbons    Pederson
Tig Fong    Briggs
Brenda Pressley    Assistant DA MacDonald
Carmen Lopez    Gracie
Scott McCord    Lieutenant Kincaid
David Sparrow    Holding Cell Officer
Eduardo Gomez    Holding Cell Prisoner
Sam Kung    Chinese Man
Angela Seto    Chinese Wife
Bernie Henry    Man with Caddy
Nick Alachiotis    Russian
Danny Lima    Russian
Claudio Masciulli    Dominic Forlini
Efosa Otuomagie    Bus Driver
Christina Orjalo    Little Girl on Bus
Richard Wenk    ADA's Detective
Derek Hoffman    Carl-EMT
Brian Read    UPS Delivery Man
Ryan Wulff    DA's Clerk
Steve Kahan    Restaurant Owner
Paul Tuerpe    Diane's Boyfriend
Cece Neber    Restaurant Waitress
Jim Chong    Bus Passenger
Betty Chong    Bus Passenger
Sam Moses    Bus Passenger
Kathy Imrie    Bus Passenger
Jason Burke    Bus Passenger
Thomas Wlaschiha    Bus Passenger
Scott Douglas    Bus Passenger
J.D. Nicholsen    Man in Gray Suit
Kameron Louangxay    Communications Tech
Victoria Mitchell    Woman in Apartment
Cecil Phillips    MTA Cop
Rob Weithoff    Court Officer
Jimmy Campbell    Court Officer
Richard Collier    Court Officer
Aaron Ferguson    Court Officer
Bradley Paterson    Brad-EMT
Paul Lee    Asian Shop Owner
Heather Dawn    The Juror
Darryl Dismond    Man in Suit
James Lavin    Car Key Detective
Beatriz Yuste    Subway Commuter
David Talbolt    Subway Commuter
Toni Ellwand    Subway Commuter
Rolando Alvarez Giacoman    Subway Commuter

For a description of the different acting role types we use to categorize acting perfomances, see our Glossary.

Production and Technical Credits

   Director
Richard Wenk    Screenwriter
Avi Lerner    Producer
Randall Emmett    Producer
John Thompson    Producer
Arnold Rifkin    Producer
Jim Van Wyck    Producer
Danny Dimbort    Executive Producer
Trevor Short    Executive Producer
Boaz Davidson    Executive Producer
George Furla    Executive Producer
Andreas Thiesmeyer    Executive Producer
Josef Lautenschlager    Executive Producer
Glen MacPherson    Director of Photography
Arv Greywal    Production Designer
Vicki Graef    Costume Designer
Robin Cook    Casting Director
Derek Hoffman    Co-Producer
Brian Read    Co-Producer
Jochen Kamlah    Co-Producer
Gerd Koechlin    Co-Executive Producer
Manfred Heid    Co-Executive Producer
Stephen Eads    Associate Producer
Ilyse Reutlinger    Associate Producer
Todd Gilbert    Associate Producer
D.J. Carson    Line Producer
Jim Van Wyck    Assistant Director
D.J. Carson    Unit Production Manager
Bryan Thomas    Unit Production Manager
Brandt Gordon    Art Director
Wing Lee    Art Director
Steve Shewchuk    Set Decorator
Joseph "Pepe" Bird*    Set Decorator
Vern Nobles    Second Unit Camera
Hans Bjerno    Additional Photography
Susan MacLeod    Costume Supervisor
Lynn Curtis    Costume Supervisor
Roseann Milano    Costume Supervisor
Steven Mirkovich*    Editor
Greg Chapman    Sound Mixer
T.J. O'Mara    Sound Mixer
Terry Porter    Re-recording Mixer
Dean Zupancic    Re-recording Mixer
Mark Mangini    Supervising Sound Editor
George Simpson    Supervising Sound Editor
Piero Mura    Sound Effects Editor
Michael Chock    Sound Effects Editor
Dave Esparza    Sound Effects Editor
David A. Whittaker    Sound Effects Editor
Julie Feiner    Dialogue Editor
Kira    Dialogue Editor
Nancy Nugent*    Dialogue Editor
Daryl Kell    Music Editor
Jordan Samuel    Make up
Patricia Regan    Make up
Paul Elliot    Hairstylist
Victor DeNicola    Hairstylist
Klaus Badelt    Composer
Ashley Miller    Music Supervisor
Branko Racki    Stunt Coordinator
Cort Hessler    Stunt Coordinator

The bold credits above the line are the "above-the-line" credits, the other the "below-the-line" credits.

DVD Releases for November 18, 2008 - Part I

November 18th, 2008

It's a weird week for the DVD release report. According to Amazon, seven of the top ten releases come from two movies: WALL-E and Tropic Thunder. Add in the Spanish language edition and there are five versions of the former movie coming out this week, including the 3-Disc DVD and the 3-Disc Blu-ray, either one of which is worthy of the DVD Pick of the Week. The overall group of releases feels weaker than last week, but it is more than enough that it had to be split into two parts. Part two can be found here. More...

International Details - Germany Dominates the Best of the Rest

October 22nd, 2006

The German soccer film, Deutschland. Ein Sommermarchen, remained in first place in Germany and sixth overall this weekend. It managed this feat by falling just 25% to $5.41 million on 671 screens for a two-week total of $14.67 million. More...

DVD Releases for October 10, 2006

October 10th, 2006

The Thanksgiving long weekend signifies the start of the holiday shopping season... Of course, that's the American Thanksgiving, which occurs sometime in November. The Canadian Thanksgiving, which occurred this weekend, is most closely associated with the start of Hockey season. (Have I mentioned how much I hate the New York Rangers? I have. Good.) However, just because shopping season has officially started, doesn't mean it's a slow week. Far from it. This week there was a bumper crop of contenders for the DVD Pick of the Week. I narrowed the list to two TV on DVD releases (Scrubs - The Complete Fourth Season - Buy from Amazon and Harvey Birdman, Attorney at Law - Volume 2 - Buy from Amazon) and two limited releases, (Twelve and Holding - Buy from Amazon and A Prairie Home Companion - Buy from Amazon). If I was forced at gunpoint to choose just one, it would be Scrubs - The Complete Fourth Season - Buy from Amazon, but I can all but guarantee all four, and a few others, will end up in my DVD collection. More...

People See Syriana but Buy Below

July 1st, 2006

As I suggested when it came out, people rented Syriana to the amount of $7.93 million during its first week of release. That was enough to put it in first place during a close three-way race. More...

Home Market Numbers - Building Blocks of Success

June 24th, 2006

16 Blocks shared the top of the charts with The Pink Panther. 16 Blocks led on the rental charts $6.85 million to $6.55 million, but the two films finished in opposite order on the sales charts. More...

DVD Releases for June 13, 2006

June 12th, 2006

It's another busy week both in terms of quantity and especially quality with half-a-dozen films in contention for DVD Pick of the Week. In the end I narrowed it down to The Dead Zone - The Complete Fourth Season, although I will probably end up buying all of them. More...

International Details - Eight Remains just Below Top Five

May 14th, 2006

With Mission: Impossible 3 dominating the international charts, most films saw a serious drop-off and those that didn't were able to climb the charts, or at least remain stable. For instance, Eight Below fell 27% to $3.67 million on 1951 screens in 27 markets, but despite there being two new releases in the top five, it was able to remain in sixth place on the overall charts. The film was not able to crack $1 million in any single market, but did perform well in Spain with $587,000 on 225 screens and that lifted its total box office to $2.15 million in the market, $30.35 million internationally, and $111.42 million worldwide. More...

International Details - Eight Finishes Just Below Top Five

May 7th, 2006

A pair of openings in major markets helped Eight Below climb a spot to sixth with $5.05 million on 2129 screens in 24 markets for a total of $24.26 million so far. The film opened in France but could only manage sixth place with $1.85 million on 473 screens while in Spain it opened in first place, but only managed $981,000 on 224 screens. In the meantime, the film dipped just 4% during its second weekend in Australia adding $769,000 on 258 screens to its total of $2.29 million there. More...

International Details - Wild Ride

April 30th, 2006

The Wild added a few more markets but still fell out of the top five down 54% to $4.37 million on 2868 screens in 27 markets for a two week total of $17.77 million. Its best market was Spain where the film was down just 43% to $875,000 on 382 screens over the weekend and $3.49 million in total. It had a hard time in family friendly Mexico where it was down 59% to $702,000 on 501 screens over the weekend and $3.60 million in total while in Italy it plummeted an unheard of 84% to just $216,000 on 343 screen for a two-week total of $2.75 million. More...

International Details - Asterix and the Big Box Office

April 23rd, 2006

The latest Asterix & Obelix movie, Asterix and the Vikings, opened in second place in native France with $3.64 million on 606 screens. The film also made $167,000 during its second weekend in Belgium for a $454,000 two week total. These films are very popular in France and other parts of Europe, but have never made the transition here. More...

International Details - Its Sink of Swim for New Releases

April 16th, 2006

Several films made they international debut this past weekend with even more returning to the charts, but because of the power of Ice Age: The Meltdown, none of them were able to reach the top five, but a few came close. Leading that list is Jean-Philippe; the French film debuted in third place in its native home with $3.34 million on 550 screens. It also opened in two other French-speaking markets but was much weaker earning seventh in Switzerland with $62,000 on 12 screens over the weekend and $68,000 in total while in Belgium it managed just ninth with $131,000 on 29 screens over the weekend and $144,000 in total. Add it up and the film pulled in $3.53 million on 591 screens in 3 markets during its first weekend of release. More...

Successful Launch fails to Lift Box Office

March 13th, 2006

Only one of the four new films beat expectations over the weekend, and that left the box office hurting. Overall, the total for the weekend was $110 million, which was 6.8% higher than last weekend, but since last weekend was Oscar weekend, this is hardly an impressive result. More importantly, it was 4.7% lower than the same weekend last year. More...

New Releases are Strictly for the Dogs

March 10th, 2006

There are three and a half new films opening wide this weekend, and the best of them is earning merely mediocre reviews. (The half film refers to The Libertine, which is opening in only 815 theatres.) Even so, there should be a huge jump from last weekend, perhaps even enough to push 2006 ahead of 2005 again. More...

Reunion Repeats despite Tumultuous Tumble

March 6th, 2006

It was another bad week as practically ever film in the top five missed expectations, some by wide margins. The overall box office was down to $103 million for the weekend, which is 14.2% lower than last weekend and 16.3% lower than the same weekend last year. However, a lot of that has to do with the Oscars. Year-to-date, 2006 has brought in $1.39 billion in box office revenue, which is just behind last's years pace of $1.40 billion. More...

Oscars Weekend Weakens Box Office Potential

March 3rd, 2006

It's Oscar weekend and while people will be celebrating the best movies have to offer, they won't be doing it in a movie theatre. There's usually a huge drop-off in ticket sales over Oscar weekend, especially on Sunday. The only groups that are mostly unaffected are teens and young men and that explains why all four movies opening wide this weekend are aimed at one of those two groups. More...

Movie Website Updates for February 24 - March 2

March 2nd, 2006

During the past week promotional websites for several movies were launched and some older ones added additional content. There was a three way race for top spot this week with Slither - Official Site taking home the award. However, it won based on equal parts what it is and what it should become once all the content marked coming soon is added to the site. More...

2006 Preview: March

March 1st, 2006

This is a not as busy a month as it initially looks. Granted, there are 18 movies on this month's list, but there are five weekends, or at least five Fridays. Also, every week there's at least one film that may or may not be getting a truly wide release. Considering the level of competition, I'm leaning against any of five such films opening in more than 2000 theatres. On the plus side, we should see the first $100 million movie of 2006 open this month, and perhaps even see two movies reach that milestone. More...

Movie Website Updates for February 17 - February 23

February 23rd, 2006

During the past week promotional websites for several movies were launched and some older ones added additional content. Just when I thought the slump was over, we have the shortest list in a few weeks. The best site of the week was Brick - Official Site, which helped sell the movie well and that is the most important job of a movie site. More...

Movie Website Updates for February 3 - February 9

February 9th, 2006

During the past week promotional websites for several movies were launched and some older ones added additional content. It was the busiest week in more than a month, but there weren't many big launches or massive updates, so it is the slow-growing V For Vendetta - Official Site that earns the Weekly Website Award. More...

Movie Website Updates for January 20 - January 26

January 26th, 2006

During the past week promotional websites for several movies were launched and some older ones added additional content. The winner this week was Curious George - Official Site, which was extremely well done, although it is aimed at a very young audience. More...

Movie Website Updates for January 13 - January 19

January 19th, 2006

During the past week promotional websites for several movies were launched and some older ones added additional content. It's busier on this week's list than it has in a while, but there was only one site that was in contention to win the award, Underworld: Evolution - Official Site. More...

Domestic Cumulative Box Office Records


Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2006/03/03 2 $11,855,260   2,706 $4,381   $11,855,260 1
2006/03/10 4 $7,411,016 -37% 2,706 $2,739   $22,808,568 2
2006/03/17 6 $4,755,012 -36% 2,666 $1,784   $30,190,041 3
2006/03/24 10 $2,160,379 -55% 2,066 $1,046   $34,004,226 4
2006/03/31 15 $707,401 -67% 1,007 $702   $35,526,665 5
2006/04/07 23 $215,483 -70% 311 $693   $36,003,631 6
2006/04/14 34 $122,706 -43% 140 $876   $36,212,828 7
2006/04/21 44 $55,578 -55% 105 $529   $36,310,980 8
2006/04/28 25 $163,547 +194% 311 $526   $36,497,477 9
2006/05/05 34 $97,810 -40% 238 $411   $36,656,790 10
2006/05/12 32 $117,506 +20% 170 $691   $36,815,755 11
2006/05/19 46 $38,602 -67% 83 $465   $36,883,539 12

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2006/03/03 1 $3,732,117   2,706 $1,379   $3,732,117 1
2006/03/04 2 $5,116,210 +37% 2,706 $1,891   $8,848,327 2
2006/03/05 2 $3,006,933 -41% 2,706 $1,111   $11,855,260 3
2006/03/06 1 $922,431 -69% 2,706 $341   $12,777,691 4
2006/03/07 1 $915,463 -1% 2,706 $338   $13,693,154 5
2006/03/08 1 $834,378 -9% 2,706 $308   $14,527,532 6
2006/03/09 1 $870,020 +4% 2,706 $322   $15,397,552 7
2006/03/10 4 $2,182,569 +151% 2,706 $807   $17,580,121 8
2006/03/11 4 $3,271,528 +50% 2,706 $1,209   $20,851,649 9
2006/03/12 4 $1,956,919 -40% 2,706 $723   $22,808,568 10
2006/03/13 4 $665,360 -66% 2,706 $246   $23,473,928 11
2006/03/14 4 $686,449 +3% 2,706 $254   $24,160,377 12
2006/03/15 4 $658,404 -4% 2,706 $243   $24,818,781 13
2006/03/16 4 $620,000 -6% 2,706 $229   $25,435,029 14
2006/03/17 6 $1,297,729 +109% 2,666 $487   $26,732,758 15
2006/03/18 6 $2,189,404 +69% 2,666 $821   $28,922,162 16
2006/03/19 6 $1,267,879 -42% 2,666 $476   $30,190,041 17
2006/03/20 6 $394,207 -69% 2,666 $148   $30,584,248 18
2006/03/21 6 $423,129 +7% 2,666 $159   $31,007,377 19
2006/03/22 6 $414,202 -2% 2,666 $155   $31,421,579 20
2006/03/23 6 $422,268 +2% 2,666 $158   $31,843,847 21
2006/03/24 10 $636,514 +51% 2,066 $308   $32,480,361 22
2006/03/25 10 $965,995 +52% 2,066 $468   $33,446,356 23
2006/03/26 10 $557,870 -42% 2,066 $270   $34,004,226 24
2006/03/27 10 $187,244 -66% 2,066 $91   $34,191,470 25
2006/03/28 10 $212,356 +13% 2,066 $103   $34,403,826 26
2006/03/29 10 $201,212 -5% 2,066 $97   $34,605,038 27
2006/03/30 10 $214,226 +6% 2,066 $104   $34,819,264 28

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2006/03/03 1 $15,397,552   2,706 $5,690   $15,397,552 1
2006/03/10 4 $10,037,477 -35% 2,706 $3,709   $25,435,029 2
2006/03/17 6 $6,408,818 -36% 2,666 $2,404   $31,843,847 3
2006/03/24 10 $2,975,417 -54% 2,066 $1,440   $34,819,264 4
2006/03/31 15 $968,884 -67% 1,007 $962   $35,788,148 5
2006/04/07 25 $301,974 -69% 311 $971   $36,090,122 6
2006/04/14 37 $165,280 -45% 140 $1,181   $36,255,402 7
2006/04/21 42 $78,528 -52% 105 $748   $36,333,930 8
2006/04/28 27 $225,050 +187% 311 $724   $36,558,980 9
2006/05/05 35 $139,269 -38% 238 $585   $36,698,249 10
2006/05/12 36 $146,688 +5% 170 $863   $36,844,937 11

International Cumulative Box Office Records


Worldwide Cumulative Box Office Records


Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
6/18/20062517,417 517,417$7,202,445$7,202,4451
6/25/20067167,138-68% 684,555$2,309,847$9,512,2922
7/2/20061977,023-54% 761,578$1,059,836$10,572,1283
7/9/200611144,349+87% 905,927$1,983,355$12,555,4844
7/16/20062241,615-71% 947,542$568,045$13,123,5285
7/23/20062160,111+44% 1,007,653$820,515$13,944,0436
7/30/20061526,439-56% 1,034,092$354,283$14,298,3267

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