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Cop Out (2010)

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Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $44,875,481Details
International Box Office $11,034,429Details
Worldwide Box Office $55,909,910
Home Market Performance
Est. Domestic DVD Sales $14,120,949 Details
Est. Domestic Blu-ray Sales $3,864,173 Details
Total Est. Domestic Video Sales $17,985,122
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Movie Details

Production Budget:$37,000,000
Domestic Releases: February 26th, 2010 (Wide) by Warner Bros.
Video Release: July 20th, 2010 by Warner Home Video
MPAA Rating: R for pervasive language including sexual references, violence and brief sexuality
(Rating bulletin 2105, 1/27/2010)
Running Time: 107 minutes
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Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Comedy
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: Warner Bros.
Production Countries: United States

Leading Cast

   Jimmy
   Paul

Supporting Cast

Adam Brody    Barry Mangold
Kevin Pollak    Hunsaker
Guillermo Diaz    Poh Boy
Seann William Scott    Dave
Ana de la Reguera    Gabriela
Rashida Jones    Debbie
Jason Lee    Roy
Susie Essman    Laura
Michelle Trachtenberg    Ava
Francie Swift    Pam
Sean Cullen    Captain Romans
Cory Fernandez    Juan
Fred Armisen    Russian Lawyer
Mark Consuelos    Manuel
Marcus Morton    Tommy
Jacinto Taras Riddick    Darnell
Alberto Bonilla    Julio
Ernie O'Donnell    Masked Man 1
Juan Carlos Hernandez    Raul
Jim Norton    George
Jayce Bartok    Eddie
Raymond Quinlan    Priest
Robb Cullen    Coroner
Jordan Carlos    Eric
Keith Joe Dick*    Big Al
John D'Leo    Kevin
Robinson Aponte    Banger 1
Jeremy Dash    Banger 2
Jeff Chena    Cop
Jason Hurt    Youth 1
Jeff Lima    Youth 2
Mando Alvarado    Mexican Man 1
Adrian Martinez    Tino
Hannah Ware    Russian Lawyer's Wife
Ephraim Lopez    Busboy
Larissa Drekonja    Hourly Housekeeper
Ryan Quinlan    Groom
Michael A. Pitt*    Henry, the Neighbor

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

Production and Technical Credits

   Director
Marc Platt    Producer
Polly Johnsen    Producer
Michael Tadross    Producer
Robb Cullen    Screenwriter
Mark Cullen    Screenwriter
Adam Siegel    Executive Producer
Robb Cullen    Executive Producer
Mark Cullen    Executive Producer
David Klein    Director of Photography
Michael Shaw    Production Designer
Kevin Smith    Editor
Harold Faltermeyer    Composer
Raymond Quinlan    Associate Producer
Michael Pitt    Assistant Director
David R. Ellis    Second Unit Director
Raymond Quinlan    Unit Production Manager
Michael Tadross    Unit Production Manager
Jordan Jacobs    Art Director
Jonathan Arkin    Art Director
Chryss Hionis    Set Decorator
Jack Donnelly    Second Unit Camera
Juliet Polcsa    Costume Designer
Barrett Hong    Costume Supervisor
James J. Sabat    Sound Mixer
Tim Chau    Re-recording Mixer
Tim LeBlanc    Re-recording Mixer
Tim Chau    Supervising Sound Editor
Nils C. Jensen    Sound Effects Editor
Ai-Ling Lee    Sound Effects Editor
Scott A. Jennings*    Sound Effects Editor
Tim Chau    Sound Designer
Petra Bach    Dialogue Editor
Linda Di Franco    Dialogue Editor
Erich Stratmann    Music Editor
Toy R. Van Lierop    Make up
Mary Aaron    Make up
Carol Campbell    Hairstylist
Robert Fama    Hairstylist
Mike Marino    Special Make-up Effects
Jennifer Euston    Casting Director
Jery Hewitt    Stunt Coordinator

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

DVD Sales: No Clash on Top

August 10th, 2010

A few new releases charted this week, but there was no contest over which film topped the chart. Clash of the Titans led the way with 913,000 units sold and $15.51 million in consumer spending at retail. This was more than five times the second place film. More...

DVD Sales: Cop Out on Top

August 3rd, 2010

It was yet another week of soft DVD sales with none of the new releases lighting up the sales chart. That said, Cop Out was able to take top spot with 325,000 units and $5.45 million in consumer spending at retail. More...

DVD and Blu-ray Releases for July 20th, 2010

July 19th, 2010

The dead zone on the home market continues with only three wide releases... well, two and a half wide releases, none of which matched expectations at the box office. There's not even a lot of limited releases, catalog titles, or TV on DVD releases to compensate. There are some, just not a lot. My favorite title on this week's list is actually a late review: White Collar: Season One on DVD and Blu-ray. Meanwhile, the two best new releases this week have a Canadian Connection, Degrassi: The Next Generations: Season 9 and NHL: Greatest Stanley Cup Moments, both of which earn Puck of the Week honors. More...

Alice Shatters Records, Turns 2010 Around

March 8th, 2010

Wow. There's no other word to describe it. Alice in Wonderland's record-breaking opening blew away all expectations and by itself was almost as much as the entire weekend box office last weekend and last year. Overall, the box office pulled in $197 million, which was 65% higher than last weekend and 69% higher than the same weekend last year. It pushed the year-to-date box office to $2.04 billion, which is 5.9% higher than last year's record-setting pace. Additionally, attendance is also above last year's pace by close to 4%. More...

Alice's Expectations are Wonderful

March 4th, 2010

It is the beginning of a new month and there's lots of pressure on the box office to keep up pace with last year. There was only one wide release this time last year, Watchmen, but it opened with more than $55 million, which at the time was the third best March opening ever. This time around Alice in Wonderland is expecting to top that figure. In fact, a lot think it will set the March opening record. More...

Island Alone at the Top

March 2nd, 2010

Overall, it was a solid weekend at the box office. While the new releases were not quite able to match expectations, holdovers were able to compensate, helping the overall box office to $119 million. This was down 11% from last weekend, but more importantly it was 6.9% higher than the same weekend last year. Ticket sales are still down by about 0.5%, but thanks to higher prices, 2010 is ahead of 2009 at $1.80 billion to $1.78 billion. More...

Weekend Estimates: Shutter Island Wins Again

February 28th, 2010

A decent 46% second weekend drop was good enough to keep Shutter Island at the top of the box office chart this weekend, according to studio estimates released on Sunday. With $22.2 million, the movie beat out good debuts by Cop Out and The Crazies, which picked up $18.6 million and $16.5 million respectively. Overall business for the weekend looks as though it will be up about 20% compared to this weekend last year. More...

Weekend Race Looks Crazy

February 25th, 2010

February ends with a couple of wide releases, both of which have a shot at taking first place. However, while both new films have a shot at top spot, Shutter Island will probably remain there over the weekend. This is not to say that the new releases are particularly weak, especially compared to the new releases that came out this time last year. In fact, the top three films from this year might all perform better than the top film last year, so 2010 has a real chance to stop the slide and maintain its record-setting pace. More...

2010 Preview: February

February 1st, 2010

2010 started in record-breaking fashion with the most lucrative January of all time, and only the second time that the box office reached $1 billion before the end of the month. The first year to do that was 2009. There were two problems preventing real celebration, however. Firstly, roughly 30% of the total box office for the month came from one film, Avatar, which was a holdover. Secondly, and perhaps more importantly, most films that were released / expanded wide in January missed expectations. Because of this, February starts on a bit of a down note. Compared to last year, the top of the list is about as strong with a couple of films aiming for $100 million, while there are fewer films that seem like they will bomb at the box office. More...

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Domestic Cumulative Box Office Records


Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2010/02/26 2 $18,211,126   3,150 $5,781   $18,211,126 1
2010/03/05 4 $9,289,311 -49% 3,150 $2,949   $32,504,610 2
2010/03/12 9 $4,268,068 -54% 2,882 $1,481   $39,480,734 3
2010/03/19 14 $1,417,365 -67% 1,563 $907   $42,571,478 4
2010/03/26 20 $501,662 -65% 655 $766   $43,568,744 5
2010/04/02 23 $265,381 -47% 229 $1,159   $44,047,293 6
2010/04/09 32 $123,937 -53% 143 $867   $44,244,878 7
2010/04/16 32 $158,366 +28% 247 $641   $44,433,369 8
2010/04/23 32 $117,988 -25% 191 $618   $44,610,867 9
2010/04/30 37 $114,429 -3% 141 $812   $44,762,318 10
2010/05/07 43 $43,125 -62% 91 $474   $44,829,914 11
2010/05/14 50 $23,692 -45% 53 $447   $44,867,349 12

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2010/02/26 3 $5,948,012   3,150 $1,888   $5,948,012 1
2010/02/27 2 $7,742,374 +30% 3,150 $2,458   $13,690,386 2
2010/02/28 2 $4,520,740 -42% 3,150 $1,435   $18,211,126 3
2010/03/01 2 $1,288,375 -72% 3,150 $409   $19,499,501 4
2010/03/02 3 $1,419,245 +10% 3,150 $451   $20,918,746 5
2010/03/03 3 $1,177,153 -17% 3,150 $374   $22,095,899 6
2010/03/04 3 $1,119,400 -5% 3,150 $355   $23,215,299 7
2010/03/05 4 $2,828,027 +153% 3,150 $898   $26,043,326 8
2010/03/06 4 $4,085,543 +44% 3,150 $1,297   $30,128,869 9
2010/03/07 5 $2,375,741 -42% 3,150 $754   $32,504,610 10
2010/03/08 5 $671,378 -72% 3,150 $213   $33,175,988 11
2010/03/09 5 $751,287 +12% 3,150 $239   $33,927,275 12
2010/03/10 5 $633,120 -16% 3,150 $201   $34,560,395 13
2010/03/11 5 $652,271 +3% 3,150 $207   $35,212,666 14
2010/03/12 9 $1,267,233 +94% 2,882 $440   $36,479,899 15
2010/03/13 8 $1,843,469 +45% 2,882 $640   $38,323,368 16
2010/03/14 9 $1,157,366 -37% 2,882 $402   $39,480,734 17
2010/03/15 9 $417,493 -64% 2,882 $145   $39,898,227 18
2010/03/16 8 $469,173 +12% 2,882 $163   $40,367,400 19
2010/03/17 8 $375,356 -20% 2,882 $130   $40,742,756 20
2010/03/18 8 $411,357 +10% 2,882 $143   $41,154,113 21
2010/03/19 14 $427,974 +4% 1,563 $274   $41,582,087 22
2010/03/20 15 $616,427 +44% 1,563 $394   $42,198,514 23
2010/03/21 15 $372,964 -39% 1,563 $239   $42,571,478 24
2010/03/22 15 $124,407 -67% 1,563 $80   $42,695,885 25
2010/03/23 15 $131,071 +5% 1,563 $84   $42,826,956 26
2010/03/24 15 $115,262 -12% 1,563 $74   $42,942,218 27
2010/03/25 15 $124,864 +8% 1,563 $80   $43,067,082 28
2010/03/26 - $152,277 +22% 655 $232   $43,219,359 29
2010/03/27 - $208,381 +37% 655 $318   $43,427,740 30
2010/03/28 - $141,004 -32% 655 $215   $43,568,744 31
2010/03/29 - $54,992 -61% 655 $84   $43,623,736 32
2010/03/30 - $56,642 +3% 655 $86   $43,680,378 33
2010/03/31 - $50,411 -11% 655 $77   $43,730,789 34
2010/04/01 - $51,123 +1% 655 $78   $43,781,912 35
2010/04/02 - $118,179 +131% 229 $516   $43,900,091 36
2010/04/03 - $97,465 -18% 229 $426   $43,997,556 37
2010/04/04 - $49,737 -49% 229 $217   $44,047,293 38
2010/04/05 - $19,858 -60% 229 $87   $44,067,151 39
2010/04/06 - $18,468 -7% 229 $81   $44,085,619 40
2010/04/07 - $17,284 -6% 229 $75   $44,102,903 41
2010/04/08 - $18,038 +4% 229 $79   $44,120,941 42
2010/04/09 - $38,725 +115% 143 $271   $44,159,666 43
2010/04/10 - $59,796 +54% 143 $418   $44,219,462 44
2010/04/11 - $25,416 -57% 143 $178   $44,244,878 45
2010/04/12 - $6,759 -73% 143 $47   $44,251,637 46
2010/04/13 - $8,172 +21% 143 $57   $44,259,809 47
2010/04/14 - $7,002 -14% 143 $49   $44,266,811 48
2010/04/15 - $8,192 +17% 143 $57   $44,275,003 49
2010/04/16 - $46,366 +466% 247 $188   $44,321,369 50
2010/04/17 - $68,897 +49% 247 $279   $44,390,266 51
2010/04/18 - $43,103 -37% 247 $175   $44,433,369 52
2010/04/19 - $14,616 -66% 247 $59   $44,447,985 53
2010/04/20 - $16,024 +10% 247 $65   $44,464,009 54
2010/04/21 - $14,222 -11% 247 $58   $44,478,231 55
2010/04/22 - $14,648 +3% 247 $59   $44,492,879 56
2010/04/23 - $32,578 +122% 191 $171   $44,525,457 57
2010/04/24 - $53,342 +64% 191 $279   $44,578,799 58
2010/04/25 - $32,068 -40% 191 $168   $44,610,867 59
2010/04/26 - $8,983 -72% 191 $47   $44,619,850 60
2010/04/27 - $9,721 +8% 191 $51   $44,629,571 61
2010/04/28 - $8,941 -8% 191 $47   $44,638,512 62
2010/04/29 - $9,377 +5% 191 $49   $44,647,889 63
2010/04/30 - $42,098 +349% 141 $299   $44,689,987 64
2010/05/01 - $48,203 +15% 141 $342   $44,738,190 65
2010/05/02 - $24,128 -50% 141 $171   $44,762,318 66
2010/05/03 - $6,031 -75% 141 $43   $44,768,349 67
2010/05/04 - $6,412 +6% 141 $45   $44,774,761 68
2010/05/05 - $5,835 -9% 141 $41   $44,780,596 69
2010/05/06 - $6,193 +6% 141 $44   $44,786,789 70
2010/05/07 - $15,467 +150% 91 $170   $44,802,256 71
2010/05/08 - $16,931 +9% 91 $186   $44,819,187 72
2010/05/09 - $10,727 -37% 91 $118   $44,829,914 73
2010/05/10 - $3,469 -68% 91 $38   $44,833,383 74
2010/05/11 - $3,487 +1% 91 $38   $44,836,870 75
2010/05/12 - $3,396 -3% 91 $37   $44,840,266 76
2010/05/13 - $3,391 n/c 91 $37   $44,843,657 77
2010/05/14 - $7,165 +111% 53 $135   $44,850,822 78
2010/05/15 - $10,554 +47% 53 $199   $44,861,376 79
2010/05/16 - $5,973 -43% 53 $113   $44,867,349 80
2010/05/17 - $2,146 -64% 53 $40   $44,869,495 81
2010/05/18 - $2,125 -1% 53 $40   $44,871,620 82
2010/05/19 - $2,018 -5% 53 $38   $44,873,638 83
2010/05/20 - $1,843 -9% 53 $35   $44,875,481 84

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2010/02/26 2 $23,215,299   3,150 $7,370   $23,215,299 1
2010/03/05 4 $11,997,367 -48% 3,150 $3,809   $35,212,666 2
2010/03/12 9 $5,941,447 -50% 2,882 $2,062   $41,154,113 3
2010/03/19 15 $1,912,969 -68% 1,563 $1,224   $43,067,082 4
2010/03/26 23 $714,830 -63% 655 $1,091   $43,781,912 5
2010/04/02 25 $339,029 -53% 229 $1,480   $44,120,941 6
2010/04/09 32 $154,062 -55% 143 $1,077   $44,275,003 7
2010/04/16 33 $217,876 +41% 247 $882   $44,492,879 8
2010/04/23 33 $155,010 -29% 191 $812   $44,647,889 9
2010/04/30 37 $138,900 -10% 141 $985   $44,786,789 10
2010/05/07 44 $56,868 -59% 91 $625   $44,843,657 11
2010/05/14 52 $31,824 -44% 53 $600   $44,875,481 12

International Cumulative Box Office Records


Worldwide Cumulative Box Office Records


Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
7/25/20101311,269 311,269$5,213,756$5,213,7561
8/1/20104123,094-60% 434,363$2,091,367$7,305,1232
8/8/2010667,267-45% 501,630$1,296,908$8,602,0313
8/15/20101445,570-32% 547,200$813,424$9,415,4554
8/22/20101642,077-8% 589,277$699,741$10,115,1965
8/29/20102035,453-16% 624,730$589,583$10,704,7796
9/5/20102821,384-40% 646,114$369,516$11,074,2947

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
7/25/2010195,703 95,703$2,388,747$2,388,7471
8/1/2010424,085-75% 119,788$481,452$2,870,1992
8/8/20101512,133-50% 131,920$278,441$3,148,6403
8/15/201097,534-38% 139,455$193,012$3,341,6524

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