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Apollo 13 (1995)

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Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $172,070,496Details
International Box Office $162,029,504Details
Worldwide Box Office $334,100,000
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Metrics

Latest Ranking on Cumulative Box Office Lists

RecordRankAmount
All Time Domestic Box Office (Rank 201-300) 265 $172,070,496
All Time International Box Office (Rank 501-600) 501 $162,029,504
All Time Worldwide Box Office (Rank 301-400) 368 $334,100,000

See the Box Office tab (Domestic) and International tab (International and Worldwide) for more Cumulative Box Office Records.


Movie Details

Production Budget:$65,000,000
Domestic Releases: June 30th, 1995 (Wide) by Universal
Video Release: November 21st, 1995 by Universal Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: PG for language and emotional intensity
Running Time: 139 minutes
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Keywords: Visual Effects, Space Program, Disaster, IMAX: DMR
Source:Based on Factual Book/Article
Genre:Drama
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Dramatization
Production Companies: Image Entertainment
Production Countries: United States

Ranking on other Records and Milestones

RecordRankAmountChart
Date
Days In
Release
Biggest Domestic 10th Weekend 95 $3,059,015 Sep 1, 1995 66
Labor Day (All Movies, 3-Day, Inflation Adjusted) 274 $6,307,900 Sep 1, 1995 66
Fastest to $150m 278 $153,576,180 Aug 18, 1995 52
Fastest to $100m 398 $111,244,320 Jul 21, 1995 24
Fastest to $50m 549 $65,640,290 Jul 7, 1995 10
Independence Day (All Movies, 3-Day) 56 $19,635,095 Jul 7, 1995 10
Independence Day (All Movies, 3-Day, Inflation Adjusted) 37 $40,488,920 Jul 7, 1995 10
Top Based on Factual Book/Article Weekend Domestic 26 $25,353,380 Jun 30, 1995 3
Top Drama Weekend Domestic 62 $25,353,380 Jun 30, 1995 3
Top Dramatization Weekend Domestic 38 $25,353,380 Jun 30, 1995 3

Leading Cast

   Jim Lovell

Supporting Cast

Kevin Bacon    Jack Swigert
Bill Paxton    Fred Haise
Gary Sinise    Ken Mattingly
Ed Harris    Gene Kranz
Kathleen Quinlan    Marilyn Lovell
David Andrews    Pete Conrad
Xander Berkeley    Joey Szabo
Christian Clemenson    Dr. Chuck
Brett Cullen    CAPCOM 1
Loren Dean    EECOM Arthur
Clint Howard    EECOM White
Ben Marley    John Young
Marc McClure    Glynn Lunney
Tracy Reiner    Mary Haise
Joe Spano    NASA Director
Chris Ellis    Deke Slayton
Geoffrey Blake    GUIDO Gold
Rance Howard    Reverend
Christopher John Fields    Booster White
Gabriel Jarret    GNC White

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

Production and Technical Credits

   Director
James Horner    Composer
William Broyles Jr.    Screenwriter
Al Reinert    Screenwriter
Brian Grazer    Producer
Todd Hallowell    Executive Producer
Jim Lovell    Based on the book "Lost Moon"
Mike Hill    Film Editor
Dan Hanley    Film Editor
Michael Corenblith    Production Designer
Aldric La'auli Porter    Associate Producer
Michael Bostick    Associate Producer
Todd Hallowell    Second Unit Director
Carl Clifford    Unit Production Manager
Michelle Weinberg    Production Supervisor
David Bomba    Art Director
Bruce Allan Miller    Art Director
Merideth Boswell    Set Decorator
Dean Cundey    Director of Photography
Robert Legato    Visual Effects Supervisor
Matt Sweeney    Visual Effects Supervisor
Erik Nash    Visual Effects
Michael Kanfer    Digital Effects Supervisor
Rita Ryack    Costume Designer
David MacMillan    Sound Mixer
Rick Dior    Re-recording Mixer
Steve Pederson    Re-recording Mixer
Scott Millan    Re-recording Mixer
Ezra Dweck    Re-recording Mixer
Bob Chefalas    Re-recording Mixer
Daniel C. Striepeke    Make Up
Hallie D'Amore    Make Up
Larry Abbott    Make Up
Michael Lorenz    Make Up
Jane Jenkins    Casting
Janet Hirshenson    Casting
Mickey Gilbert    Stunt Coordinator
Jim Halty    Stunt Coordinator
Kelly Port    Digital Artist
Geoffrey Patterson    Sound Mixer: Second Unit

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

Domestic Cumulative Box Office Records


Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
1995/06/30 1 $25,353,380   2,197 $11,540   $25,353,380 1
1995/07/07 1 $19,635,095 -23% 2,200 $8,925   $65,640,290 2
1995/07/14 1 $15,630,650 -20% 2,302 $6,790   $90,927,245 3
1995/07/21 1 $12,457,260 -20% 2,346 $5,310   $111,244,320 4
1995/07/28 3 $9,223,710 -26% 2,347 $3,930   $127,003,515 5
1995/08/04 6 $7,315,920 -21% 2,258 $3,240   $139,071,190 6
1995/08/11 7 $5,006,730 -32% 2,126 $2,355   $147,428,420 7
1995/08/18 8 $3,601,620 -28% 1,819 $1,980   $153,576,180 8
1995/08/25 9 $2,571,270 -29% 1,482 $1,735   $157,882,585 9
1995/09/01 10 $3,059,015 +19% 1,330 $2,300   $162,033,305 10
1995/09/08 13 $1,503,225 -51% 1,125 $1,336   $163,927,640 11
1995/09/15 15 $1,110,085 -26% 888 $1,250   $165,420,785 12
1995/09/22 14 $829,855 -25% 751 $1,105   $166,550,725 13
1995/09/29 19 $552,955 -33% 576 $960   $167,319,430 14
1995/10/06 24 $339,980 -39% 356 $955   $167,820,720 15
1995/10/13 14 $865,460 +155% 794 $1,090   $168,793,585 16
1995/10/20 16 $802,125 -7% 775 $1,035   $169,910,585 17
1995/10/27 17 $465,760 -42% 568 $820   $170,614,120 18
1995/11/03 20 $405,025 -13% 450 $900   $171,177,390 19
1995/11/10 22 $288,990 -29% 342 $845   $171,604,805 20
1995/11/17 26 $158,565 -45% 210 $755   $171,842,845 21
1995/11/24 32 $113,715 -28% 133 $855   $172,036,360 22

Daily Box Office Performance

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
1995/06/30 1 $46,005,195   2,197 $20,940   $46,005,195 1
1995/07/07 1 $29,291,400 -36% 2,200 $13,314   $75,296,595 2
1995/07/14 1 $23,490,465 -20% 2,302 $10,204   $98,787,060 3
1995/07/21 1 $18,992,745 -19% 2,346 $8,096   $117,779,805 4
1995/07/28 3 $13,975,465 -26% 2,347 $5,955   $131,755,270 5
1995/08/04 6 $10,666,420 -24% 2,258 $4,724   $142,421,690 6
1995/08/11 7 $7,552,870 -29% 2,126 $3,553   $149,974,560 7
1995/08/18 8 $5,336,755 -29% 1,819 $2,934   $155,311,315 8
1995/08/25 9 $3,662,975 -31% 1,482 $2,472   $158,974,290 9
1995/09/01 11 $3,450,125 -6% 1,330 $2,594   $162,424,415 10
1995/09/08 13 $1,886,285 -45% 1,125 $1,677   $164,310,700 11
1995/09/15 15 $1,410,170 -25% 888 $1,588   $165,720,870 12
1995/09/22 14 $1,045,605 -26% 751 $1,392   $166,766,475 13
1995/09/29 19 $714,265 -32% 576 $1,240   $167,480,740 14
1995/10/06 23 $447,385 -37% 356 $1,257   $167,928,125 15
1995/10/13 15 $1,180,335 +164% 794 $1,487   $169,108,460 16
1995/10/20 16 $1,039,900 -12% 775 $1,342   $170,148,360 17
1995/10/27 17 $624,005 -40% 568 $1,099   $170,772,365 18
1995/11/03 21 $543,450 -13% 450 $1,208   $171,315,815 19
1995/11/10 21 $368,465 -32% 342 $1,077   $171,684,280 20
1995/11/17 28 $238,365 -35% 210 $1,135   $171,922,645 21

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
4/18/2010824,537 24,537$380,073$380,073752
4/25/2010195,768-76% 30,305$89,350$469,423753

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