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Bound (1996)

Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $3,802,260Details
International Box Office $3,209,057Details
Worldwide Box Office $7,011,317
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Movie Details

Production Budget:$4,500,000
Domestic Releases: October 4th, 1996 (Wide) by Gramercy
MPAA Rating: R for strong sexuality, violence and language.
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Keywords: Mafia, Film Noir
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Thriller/Suspense
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Countries: United States

Uncategorized

Gina Gershon    Corky
Joe Pantoliano    Ceasar
Jennifer Tilly    Violet
Christopher Meloni    Johnnie Marzzone
John P. Ryan    Micky Malnato

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Production and Technical Credits

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Eve Cauley Turner*    Production Designer

DVD and Blu-ray Releases for August 7th, 2012

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Domestic Cumulative Box Office Records


Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
1996/10/04 11 $900,902   261 $3,452   $900,902 1
1996/10/11 13 $632,336 -30% 262 $2,413   $1,936,655 2
1996/10/18 18 $364,469 -42% 206 $1,769   $2,471,816 3
1996/10/25 24 $200,011 -45% 137 $1,460   $2,820,265 4
1996/11/01 34 $165,745 -17% 108 $1,535   $3,076,273 5
1996/11/08 35 $124,447 -25% 97 $1,283   $3,273,464 6
1996/11/15 33 $101,136 -19% 76 $1,331   $3,436,052 7
1996/11/22 38 $71,873 -29% 64 $1,123   $3,552,304 8
1996/11/29 38 $79,474 +11% 47 $1,691   $3,647,877 9
1996/12/06 36 $44,702 -44% 55 $813   $3,713,649 10
1996/12/13 42 $25,823 -42% 45 $574   $3,763,127 11
1996/12/20 52 $15,034 -42% 24 $626   $3,798,532 12

Daily Box Office Performance

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
1996/10/04 12 $1,304,319   261 $4,997   $1,304,319 1
1996/10/11 13 $803,028 -38% 262 $3,065   $2,107,347 2
1996/10/18 17 $512,907 -36% 206 $2,490   $2,620,254 3
1996/10/25 23 $290,274 -43% 137 $2,119   $2,910,528 4
1996/11/01 30 $238,489 -18% 108 $2,208   $3,149,017 5
1996/11/08 33 $185,899 -22% 97 $1,916   $3,334,916 6
1996/11/15 29 $145,515 -22% 76 $1,915   $3,480,431 7
1996/11/22 35 $87,972 -40% 64 $1,375   $3,568,403 8
1996/11/29 37 $100,544 +14% 47 $2,139   $3,668,947 9
1996/12/06 34 $68,357 -32% 55 $1,243   $3,737,304 10
1996/12/13 37 $46,194 -32% 45 $1,027   $3,783,498 11

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