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The Constant Gardener (2005)

Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $33,579,798Details
International Box Office $52,721,801Details
Worldwide Box Office $86,301,599
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Movie Details

Production Budget:$25,500,000
Domestic Releases: August 31st, 2005 (Wide) by Focus Features
Video Release: January 10th, 2006 by Universal Home Entertainment, released as Constant Gardner, The
MPAA Rating: R for language, some violent images and sexual content/nudity.
Running Time: 129 minutes
Comparisons: vs. The Good Lie
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Keywords: Whistleblowers, Faked Suicide
Source:Based on Fiction Book/Short Story
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Historical Fiction
Production Companies: Potboiler Productions
Production Countries: United States

Ranking on other Records and Milestones

Days In
Labor Day (All Movies, 3-Day) 61 $8,673,803 Sep 2, 2005 5
Labor Day (All Movies, 3-Day, Inflation Adjusted) 94 $12,137,912 Sep 2, 2005 5
Labor Day (All Movies, 4-Day, Fri-Mon) 50 $10,961,311 Sep 2, 2005 5
Labor Day (All Movies, 4-Day, Fri-Mon, Inflation Adjusted) 53 $15,338,995 Sep 2, 2005 5
Labor Day (Opening, 3-Day) 19 $8,673,803 Sep 2, 2005 5
Labor Day (Opening, 3-Day, Inflation Adjusted) 21 $12,137,912 Sep 2, 2005 5
Labor Day (Opening, 4-Day, Fri-Mon) 17 $10,961,311 Sep 2, 2005 5
Labor Day (Opening, 4-Day, Fri-Mon, Inflation Adjusted) 14 $15,338,995 Sep 2, 2005 5

Leading Cast

   Justin Quayle
   Tessa Quayle

Supporting Cast

Danny Huston    Sandy
Bill Nighy    Sir Bernard Pellegrin
Pete Postlethwaite    Marcus Lorbeer
Richard McCabe    Arthur Hammond
Donald Sumpter    Tim Donohue
Juliet Aubrey    Gloria Woodrow
Hubert KoundĂ©    Arnold Bluhm
Archie Panjabi    Ghita Pearson
Gerard McSorley    Sir Kenneth Curtiss
Sidede Onyulo    Jonah Andika
Anneke Kim Sarnau    Birgit
Daniele Harford    Miriam
Packson Ngugi    Officer in Morgue
Damaris Itenyo Agweyu    Jomo's Wife
Bernard Otieno Oduor    Jomo
Keith Pearson    Porter Coleridge
John Sibi-Okumu    Dr. Joshua Ngaba
Nick Reding    Crick
Jacqueline Maribe    Wanza Kilulu
Donald Apiyo    Kioko
Samuel Otage    Mustafa
Mumbi Kaigwa    Grace Makanga
John Moller    Athletic Unshaven Man
Andre Leenheer    Shaven Head Man
Lydia M. Manyasi    Kenyan Newsreader
Steenie Njoroge    Journalist
Stuart Wheeler    Journalist
Chris Payne    Mike Mildren
Nyajima Jial    Esmerelda
Brigid M. Kakenyi    Hospital Administrator
Katherine Damaris    Nurse
Christopher Okinda    Doctor
Ainea Ojiambo    Police Driver
Peter King Nzioki    Policeman
Kirumburu Ng'ang'a    Policeman
Ben Parker    Detective Inspector Deasey
John Keogh    Immigration Official
Jeffrey Caine    Club Servant
Rupert Simonian    Guido Hammond
Teresa Harder    Birgit's Secretary
Thomas Chemnitz    Uniformed Policeman
Joe Christopher Rhode    Karl
Edgar Nicolas Rhode    Karl
Eva Plackner    Crossing Guard
Claire Simpson    Maude Donohue
Chris Lightburn Jones    Aid Worker
Ann Achan    Ana
Dang Wuor Diew    Sudanese Man
Ben Gardiner    Harry Woodrow

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

Production and Technical Credits

Alberto Iglesias    Composer
Simon Channing Williams    Producer
Jeffrey Caine    Screenwriter
John Le Carre    Based on the Novel by
Gail Egan    Executive Producer
Robert Jones    Executive Producer
Donald Ranvaud    Executive Producer
Jeff Abberley    Executive Producer
Julia Blackman    Executive Producer
Henning Molfenter    Co-Producer
Thierry Potok    Co-Producer
Tracey Seaward    Co-Producer
Cesar Charlone    Director of Photography
Mark Tildesley    Production Designer
Claire Simpson    Editor
Odile Dicks-Mireaux    Costume Designer
Christine Blundell    Make-up and Hair Designer
Leo Davis    Casting Director
Richard Styles    Assistant Director
Lisa Parker    Production Manager
Sonja B. Zimmer    Production Manager
Hemal Shah    Production Manager
Nick Laws    Production Supervisor
Chris Lowe    Supervising Art Director
Denis Schnegg    Art Director
Christian Schafer    Art Director
Vittoria Sogno    Art Director
Michelle Day    Set Decorator
Elizabeth Glaysher    Costume Supervisor
Stuart Wilson    Sound Mixer
Michael Prestwood Smith    Re-recording Mixer
Sven Taits    Re-recording Mixer
Joakim Sundstrom    Supervising Sound Editor
Nick Adams    Sound Effects Editor
Jennie Evans    Additional Sound Effects Editor
Tony Lewis    Music Editor
Javier Casado    Music Co-Producer
Becca Gatrell    Music Supervisor
Karen Elliott    Music Supervisor
Ayub Ogada    Additional Music
Emily Mobonga    Additional Casting
Annette Borgmann    Additional Casting

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

DVD Releases for February 17, 2009 - Part I

February 17th, 2009

This felt like a slow week to me, but looking at the list there were 15 spotlight reviews, which is a huge amount for one week. There are a large number of DVDs worth checking out, but looking at the top of the list, I think Christopher Titus - Love is Evol is the best DVD coming out this week, and the winner of the DVD Pick of the Week. As has happened pretty much every week this year, there are so many DVDs on this week's list that is had to be split into two. The second part can be found here. More...

International Details - Mission: Second Place

May 28th, 2006

Mission: Impossible 3 was knocked out of first place by The Da Vinci Code, but that was not a surprise to anyone. What was a surprise is the lack of staying power Mission: Impossible 3 has exhibited so far; this week the film fell a further 43% o $23.22 million on 6392 screens in 57 markets for a total of $164.32 million. Its best market of the weekend was the U.K. where it added $3.44 million on 445 screens to its total of $23.70 million. However, South Korea is close behind with $3.19 million on 330 screens for a total of $23.22 million. The film only as a few openings left and Japan is the only major player out there so unless a minor miracle happens Mission: Impossible 3 won't reach the heights that its predecessors did. More...

International Details - Silent Sneaks into Top Five

May 21st, 2006

Silent Hill's weekend numbers were better than earlier estimates and that helped place the film fourth overall with $4.99 million on 1398 screens in 11 markets. The film finished first in Russia with $1.45 million on 213 screens over the weekend and $1.61 million in total while it had to settle for second in Germany with $1.10 million on 308 screens. It also opened in second place in Hong Kong with $462,000 on 34 screens and $580,000 including the previews mentioned last week. So far the film has earned $18.92 million at the international box office, the largest single chunk coming from the U.K.; in that market the film has made $6.32 million including $439,000 on 285 screens this week. More...

Crash Collides with Mountain Atop Oscars

March 5th, 2006

The Oscars were handed out tonight and while there were a handful of multiple winners, no single movie stood out. More...

Oscar Contest - Category Highlight - Best Support Roles

February 15th, 2006

With the Oscars less than a month away and our contest well under way, there's no better time to take a closer look at some of the nominees. Today we'll look at the Best Supporting Roles for both Actor and Actress. More...

Mountain of Oscar Nominations

January 31st, 2006

Brokeback Mountain again led the list of nominees as with 8 Oscar nods. There were three films with six nominations a piece, Crash, Good Night and Good Luck, and Memoirs of a Geisha, (although for that last one, they were all the less prestigious technical awards. More...

SAG Spreads out the Love

January 29th, 2006

There were 5 theatrical awards handed out tonight by the Screen Actors Guild, and five different films won. More...

Turmoil on International Charts

January 29th, 2006

Late updates have changed some of the results on in International Top Five this week as My Boss, My Student crushed the competition in South Korea with $7.59 million on 450 screens over the weekend and $9.31 million in total. This meant that despite Brokeback Mountain earning a better than initially reported $7.39 million, it was pushed out of the top five and into sixth place. More...

Globe Winners are Good as Gold

January 24th, 2006

The weekend after the Golden Globe Awards proved to profitable for several of the winners. More...

International Round-up: Dick and Jane's Fun has Just Begun

January 22nd, 2006

A few more markets helped Fun with Dick and Jane remain flat last weekend at the international box office with $5.25 million on 1,458 screens in 18 markets for an early total of $18.09 million. Its best market was Mexico where it opened in first place with $1.87 million on 418 screens while in Germany the film added $1.47 million on 478 screens for a two-week total of $4.39 million. The film's biggest running total still came from Australia, where the film has managed $7.39 million after three weeks, including $710,000 over this past weekend. More...

Home Market: Second Wedding not quite as Opulent

January 21st, 2006

It was a busy week for new releases with three newcomers in the top five, but that didn't stop Wedding Crashers from keeping its home market crown. The DVD was able to top the charts for the second week in a row with $10.29 million, which was down 24% from last week and enough to lift its total to $24.18 million after just two weeks. More...

Cowboys are Golden

January 16th, 2006

Brokeback Mountain was the big winner today at the Golden Globes taking home four of the seven statuettes it was up for. The film is still expanding into more and more theatres, so these awards couldn't have come at a better time. More...

Clown has Kingly Run in South Korea

January 15th, 2006

The King and the Clown did something most films in South Korea can't, it showed strong legs. In fact, in grew by 22% to $5.76 million on 369 screens over the weekend and $16.82 million in total. More...

DVD Releases for January 10, 2006

January 9th, 2006

It is a busy week, with about a half-a-dozen special editions, several TV on DVD choices and even four first run releases hitting the home market. Of those, three of them are contenders for DVD Pick of the Week, The Constant Gardener - Buy from Amazon, Red Eye - Buy from Amazon, and Red Dwarf - Series 7. While the two movies are better in quality, Red Dwarf - Series 7's overwhelming quantity and quality of special features just lets it squeak ahead of the pack and win the coveted DVD Pick of the Week. (Although I will be picking up all three tomorrow.) More...

Heaven Just Misses International Top Five

January 8th, 2006

With openings in the U.K. and Australia, Just Like Heaven shot back up the charts with $4.70 million on 3173 screens in 32 markets for an international total of $32.33 million so far. In the former market is finished third with $2.06 million on 298 screens while in the latter it struggled to a sixth place finish with $932,000 on 168 screens over the weekend and $1.87 million in total. More...

Cowboys and Virgins among WGA Nominations

January 6th, 2006

The Writers Guild of America announced its nominations this week, and while there are plenty of awards, only three are for theatrical releases. More...

SAG Singles out Cowboys

January 6th, 2006

Of the 13 awards the Screen Actors Guild will hand out on January 29th, 2006, five will be awarded to theatrical releases. And like past awards nominations, Brokeback Mountain again led the way, with four in total. However, this time there were two films close behind as Crash and Capote each received three nominations. More...

International Details: Chicken Littler

December 23rd, 2005

Chicken Little fell out of the top five with $6.81 million on 3697 screens in 32 markets for a $66.03 million running tally. The film had no major openings while holdovers varied from strong in France, (down just 29% to $3.03 million on 910 screens for the weekend and $7.75 million in total) to very poor in Italy, (down 59% to $658,000 on 367 for a $6.39 million total). The film has yet to open in several major markets including the U.K., Japan, and Germany and when it does it should have no trouble topping its domestic total since it is already more than halfway there. More...

Not Quite Like Heaven

December 18th, 2005

Just Like Heaven dipped at the box office falling out of the top five with $4.53 million on 1609 screens in 30 markets over the weekend for an early total of $18.04 million internationally. Its best opening was in Belgium where it debuted in second place with $252,000 on 40 screens over the weekend and $290,000 in total. It also had debuts in Holland with $139,000 on 57 screens over the weekend and $167,000 overall, and in Greece with $116,000 on 24 and Norway with $113,000 on 26. Holdovers include Germany where the film dropped 24% to $890,000 on 273 screens for a total of $2.41 million so far, while in Spain the film fell 39% to 718,000 on 200 screens for a two-week total of $3.09 million. More...

Cowboys find Gold in Brokeback Mountain

December 13th, 2005

Brokeback Mountain was the big winner today as Golden Globe nominations were announced. With seven nods, it led all films, which is an important Oscar indicator. More...

International Details: Flightplan has Bumpy Landing

December 11th, 2005

Flightplan fell out of the top five with $5.13 million on 2,430 screens in 38 markets for a total of $94.65 million on the international scene. It did fall from second to sixth on this week's charts, but it should still reach $100 million by this time next week. Its best market of the weekend was the U.K. where it remained in second place with $2.14 million on 416 screens for a two-week total of $6.59 million. More...

Her Shoes Fall out of Fashion

December 4th, 2005

Here's this week's round-up of international box office numbers.

In Her Shoes fell out of the top five this week with $3.95 million on 2,050 screens in 23 markets for a $30.60 million international box office. The film held up amazingly well in Spain, dropping just 8% to $810,000 on 290 screens, but it wasn't as fortunate in France where it lost more than half its opening, earning $400,000 on 293 screens, falling out of the top ten in the process. It suffered a similar fate during its third weekend in the U.K. where it was down 55% to $736,000 on 268 screens, but the film already has $7.06 million there, which is better than its domestic run if you take into account the relative sizes of the two markets. More...

Zorro Leaves its Mark

November 27th, 2005

The Legend of Zorro fell from second to sixth this week and because of that its quest from $100 million internationally took a serious hit. Over the weekend the film pulled in $4.20 million on 4062 screens in 62 markets for a running tally of $80.73 million. In France the film fell 57% to $1.01 million over the weekend and $14.80 million during its four-week run while it had a similar drop-off in Spain where it was down 56% to $475,000 over the weekend and $9.10 million in total. The box office was less kind in Russia, (down 68% to $136,000); Germany, (down 70% to $232,000) and the U.K., (down 83% to $120,000). More...

Corpse Bridesmaid

November 20th, 2005

The Corpse Bride missed the top five by the narrowest of narrow margins losing out to Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit $5.50 million to $5.45 million. The film earned its $5.45 million on 2586 screens in 28 markets pushing its total to $53.4 million total at the international box office. In South Korea the film fell 43% to $753,000 on 114 screens, which is better than average for the market. And the film is also doing well in Italy adding $764,000 on 268 screens to its $2.67 million running tally there, $700,000 in France for a $8 million box office, and $462,000 in Japan for a $7.0 million box office. More...

Chicken's Little Start on the International Scene is Lucrative

November 13th, 2005

Chicken Little started its international run with day-and-date debuts in 9 markets earning $5.54 million on 900 screens, just missing the top five in the process. Its best market was kid-friendly Mexico with $3.1 million on 600 screens, which is about on par with its opening domestically. On the other hand, the film broke records in Malaysia with $477,000 on 40 screens. Other results include a first place debuts in Russia with $1.1 million on 197 screens and in Taiwan with $463,000 on 18 screens, (including previews). More...

Zorro Steals the Show

November 6th, 2005

With The Legend of Zorro earning a nearly worldwide release this past weekend, and the imminent release of another juggernaut, there was little room for other releases this weekend on the international scene. More...

Surprise Twist on the International Charts

October 30th, 2005

Oliver Twist opened in two major markets over the weekend, placing second in both France with $2.4 million on 547 screens and Italy with $1.3 million on 301 screens. Other markets include $360,000 in the U.K. for a $3.6 million total there and $140,000 in Poland for $1.1 million. Add it up and you have $4.2 million for the weekend and $9.6 million in total. More...

Speak of the Devil

September 12th, 2005

The fall box office season got off to a fast start over the weekend thanks almost entirely to one movie. The surprisingly fast start of the box office champ helped the overall box office climb by 8.7% from last year. (Although it was down by 7.3% from last weekend, but that's better than one would expect from a post-holiday weekend.) Continuing the yearly comparison, 2005 is still behind 2004, but the margin was narrowed to 7.2% with $6.129 billion so far. More...

Will the Change of Season Change 2005's Fortunes?

September 9th, 2005

The fall box office season begins today with what is historically one of the worst weekends of the year. There's not much in the way of quality releases this week, but with only two widely different films going wide, at least they won't be stealing moviegoers away from each other. More...

Transporter Delivers a Victory on Labor Day

September 6th, 2005

Most films were able to beat expectations over the weekend and that meant that Summer 2005 was able to end on a high note, sort of. The 3-day weekend was down by 3.9% from last weekend, which is no surprise given the nature of the Labor Day long weekend, but it was up 5.4% from last year. Over the four day weekend 2005 was still higher, but by just 1.0% meaning ticket sales were down from last year. Overall Summer 2005 was a massive disappointment bringing in just $3.53 billion, down 9% from last year and the lowest level since 2001's $3.34 billion. While there are a lot of possible reasons being floated around for the slump, the most likely reason is the huge number of really bad movies, several of which were released in the past few weeks. More...

Labor Day Delay

September 5th, 2005

The Labor Day long-weekend is historically the slowest long-weekend of the year when it comes to box office numbers. However, it's still a long-weekend and that means there will be a one day delay in the weekend warp-up and the per theatre charts. In the meantime here are the studio estimates for the top five, plus the two other new releases. More...

Box Office Suffers Labor Day Pains

September 2nd, 2005

For the third weekend in a row we have a contender for worst movie of the year contest. In fact, this weekend there are two such movies. (And next weekend it looks like we'll have another.) Even so, there should be enough moviegoers interested in the other two releases that the weekend could show significant growth, maybe not compared to last weekend, but certainly compared to last year. More...

Movie Website Updates for August 26 - September 1

September 1st, 2005

During the past week promotional websites for several movies were launched and some older ones added additional content. Here the list of this week's releases, a couple of new sites and few updates, including this week's winner, Serenity - Official Site. More...

2005 Preview: September

September 1st, 2005

September is the prime dumping ground for movie studios, where the films that just didn't work get ditched to die an undignified death. So why are there no less than five movies opening wide that look like they should be reasonably good? Either the studios are trying to counteract the poor reputation September has, or I have really bad taste in movies.

This month is very difficult to predict for a number of reasons, not the least of which is the fluidity of the release schedule with several films on the bubble for wide releases. In fact, there are almost as many films that may or may not open wide in September than there are films with a solid release schedule. Predicting what a film will earn without knowing if it will open wide is tricky because you have to figure out how much it would earn if it opens wide, how much it will earn if it goes the limited route, and what are the odds it will open wide versus a limited release. This resulting weighted average is lower than a similar prediction for a movie that is known to be opening wide, which makes the month look even worse that it otherwise would. More...

Early Harvest for Gardener

August 31st, 2005

The Constant Gardener gets a jump on the long-weekend traffic by opening tonight, but will it blossom at the box office, or shrivel on the vine. More...

Movie Website Updates for August 5 - August 11

August 11th, 2005

During the past week promotional websites for several movies were launched and some older ones added additional content. Here the list of this week's releases, a couple of new sites and few updates, including this week's winner, The 40-Year-Old Virgin - Official Site. More...

Movie Website Updates for July 29 - August 4

August 4th, 2005

During the past week promotional websites for several movies were launched and some older ones added additional content. Here the list of this week's releases, a couple of new sites and few updates, including this week's winner, Broken Flowers - Official Site. More...

2005 Preview: August

August 1st, 2005

The Dog Days of Summer. Not sure why they are called that, but it could have something to do with all the movie releases that look like dogs. What these films lack in quality, however, they are making up for in quantity, with between 13 and 17 movies being released over the four weeks. (There are few films that may or may not get wide releases and another couple that will likely get pushed back.) With this much competition, all but a few will likely bomb and most look like huge mistakes. After reading the list of predictions, head here to discuss them with other movie fans. More...

Movie Website Updates for June 24 - June 30

June 30th, 2005

During the past week promotional websites for several movies were launched and some older ones added additional content. Here the list of this week's releases, a couple of new sites and few updates, including this week's winner, Pretty Persuasion - Official Site. More...

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Domestic Cumulative Box Office Records

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2005/09/02 3 $8,673,803   1,346 $6,444   $10,395,799 1
2005/09/09 4 $4,726,644 -46% 1,381 $3,423   $19,017,317 2
2005/09/16 7 $3,618,254 -23% 1,387 $2,609   $24,289,337 3
2005/09/23 8 $2,324,326 -36% 1,282 $1,813   $27,662,007 4
2005/09/30 12 $1,419,745 -39% 1,004 $1,414   $29,869,811 5
2005/10/07 17 $852,279 -40% 469 $1,817   $31,252,269 6
2005/10/14 21 $527,151 -38% 310 $1,700   $32,109,493 7
2005/10/21 29 $348,857 -34% 228 $1,530   $32,630,159 8
2005/10/28 34 $200,052 -43% 147 $1,361   $32,949,759 9
2005/11/04 31 $184,697 -8% 131 $1,410   $33,221,108 10
2005/11/11 38 $113,660 -38% 88 $1,292   $33,407,706 11
2005/11/18 41 $57,938 -49% 60 $966   $33,496,839 12
2005/11/25 49 $42,791 -26% 39 $1,097   $33,565,375 13

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2005/08/31 3 $929,829   1,324 $702   $929,829 1
2005/09/01 3 $792,168 -15% 1,324 $598   $1,721,996 2
2005/09/02 3 $2,200,000 +178% 1,346 $1,634   $3,900,000 3
2005/09/03 3 $3,400,000 +55% 1,346 $2,526   $7,300,000 4
2005/09/04 3 $3,100,000 -9% 1,346 $2,303   $10,395,799 5
2005/09/05 3 $2,287,508 -26% 1,346 $1,699   $12,683,307 6
2005/09/06 3 $570,000 -75% 1,346 $423   $13,253,000 7
2005/09/07 3 $530,000 -7% 1,346 $394   $13,783,000 8
2005/09/08 3 $505,000 -5% 1,346 $375   $14,290,673 9
2005/09/09 5 $1,400,000 +177% 1,381 $1,014   $15,700,000 10
2005/09/10 4 $2,200,000 +57% 1,381 $1,593   $17,900,000 11
2005/09/11 4 $1,100,000 -50% 1,381 $797   $19,017,317 12
2005/09/12 4 $380,000 -65% 1,381 $275   $19,397,000 13
2005/09/13 4 $420,000 +11% 1,381 $304   $19,817,000 14
2005/09/14 4 $415,000 -1% 1,381 $301   $20,232,000 15
2005/09/15 4 $430,000 +4% 1,381 $311   $20,671,083 16
2005/09/16 7 $1,100,000 +156% 1,387 $793   $21,800,000 17
2005/09/17 7 $1,700,000 +55% 1,387 $1,226   $23,500,000 18
2005/09/18 7 $800,000 -53% 1,387 $577   $24,289,337 19
2005/09/19 6 $235,000 -71% 1,387 $169   $24,524,000 20
2005/09/20 6 $295,000 +26% 1,387 $213   $24,819,000 21
2005/09/21 6 $250,000 -15% 1,387 $180   $25,069,000 22
2005/09/22 6 $255,000 +2% 1,387 $184   $25,337,681 23
2005/09/23 9 $600,000 +135% 1,282 $468   $25,900,000 24
2005/09/24 8 $1,100,000 +83% 1,282 $858   $27,000,000 25
2005/09/25 8 $600,000 -45% 1,282 $468   $27,662,007 26
2005/09/26 9 $190,000 -68% 1,282 $148   $27,852,000 27
2005/09/27 8 $185,000 -3% 1,282 $144   $28,037,000 28
2005/09/28 8 $190,000 +3% 1,282 $148   $28,227,000 29
2005/09/29 8 $210,000 +11% 1,282 $164   $28,450,066 30
2005/10/10 17 $118,880   469 $253   $31,371,149 41

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2005/09/02 3 $12,568,677   1,346 $9,338   $14,290,673 2
2005/09/09 4 $6,380,410 -49% 1,381 $4,620   $20,671,083 3
2005/09/16 7 $4,666,598 -27% 1,387 $3,365   $25,337,681 4
2005/09/23 8 $3,112,385 -33% 1,282 $2,428   $28,450,066 5
2005/09/30 12 $1,949,924 -37% 1,004 $1,942   $30,399,990 6
2005/10/07 18 $1,182,352 -39% 469 $2,521   $31,582,342 7
2005/10/14 21 $698,960 -41% 310 $2,255   $32,281,302 8
2005/10/21 28 $468,405 -33% 228 $2,054   $32,749,707 9
2005/10/28 35 $286,704 -39% 147 $1,950   $33,036,411 10
2005/11/04 31 $257,635 -10% 131 $1,967   $33,294,046 11
2005/11/11 39 $144,855 -44% 88 $1,646   $33,438,901 12
2005/11/18 49 $83,683 -42% 60 $1,395   $33,522,584 13
2005/11/25 48 $57,214 -32% 39 $1,467   $33,579,798 14

International Cumulative Box Office Records

Worldwide Cumulative Box Office Records

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