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The Damned United (2009)

Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $449,865Details
International Box Office $3,750,009Details
Worldwide Box Office $4,199,874
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Latest Ranking on Cumulative Box Office Lists


Movie Details

Production Budget:$6,400,000
Domestic Releases: October 9th, 2009 (Limited) by Sony Pictures Classics
Video Release: February 23rd, 2010 by Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: R For language
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Genre:Drama
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Dramatization
Production Countries: United Kingdom

Ranking on other Records and Milestones

RecordRankAmountChart
Date
Days In
Release
Theater Average 5th Weekend 76 $11,366 Nov 6, 2009 31

Cast

   Brian Clough
Timothy Spall    Peter Taylor
Colm Meaney    Don Revie
Henry Goodman    Manny Cussins
Maurice Roeves    Jimmy Gordon
Jim Broadbent    Sam Longson
Stephen Graham    Billy Bremner
Brian McCardie    Dave Mackay
Peter McDonald    Johnny Giles
Giles Alderson    Colin Todd
Martin Compston    John O'Hare
Joe Dempsie    Duncan McKenzie
Elizabeth Carling    Barbara Clough
Gillian Waugh    Lillian Taylor

Production and Technical Credits

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DVD and Blu-ray Releases for February 23rd, 2010

February 23rd, 2010

We're still in that no-man's land for the home market: it's way too late to take advantage of the Christmas shopping season and it's still too early for most Awards Season releases to be on shelves. There are a few wide releases coming out this week, but only one of them, The Informant!, is worth buying on either DVD or Blu-ray. The best release of the week, and the winner of our Pick of the Week honor, is The Damned United, which is worth picking up on DVD or Blu-ray. Meanwhile, Trailer Park Boys: Countdown to Liquor Day - Blu-ray earns the coveted and rarely-awarded Puck of the Week. More...

Massive Activity on the Per Theater Chart

October 13th, 2009

No less than six films broke the $10,000 per theater average barrier over the weekend. Paranormal Activity topped the per theater chart with its record-breaking weekend, earning an average of $49,379 in 160 theaters. An Education was relatively close behind with an average of $39,754 in 4 theaters, which is a spectacular result at any time. A Serious Man remained strong with an average of $21,872, which is enough to suggest further significant expansion over the coming weeks. The number one film at the box office, Couples Retreat, was next with an average of $11,429. Yes Men Fix the World and Bronson had nearly identical averages at $10,956 vs. $10,940. More...

Some Good Limited Releases, Some Not So Good Limited Releases

October 9th, 2009

Has Awards Season officially begun? There are more than 10 limited releases on this week's list, including three that have to be considered potential Awards Season players. These three films are The Damn United, An Education, and Good Hair , and in addition to earn strong reviews, could also be breakout hits. On the other end of the spectrum, there are a number of films coming out in too many theaters with too few positive reviews. More...

Domestic Cumulative Box Office Records


Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2009/10/09 60 $32,065   6 $5,344   $32,065 1
2009/10/16 60 $37,675 +17% 15 $2,512   $85,925 2
2009/10/23 45 $65,299 +73% 36 $1,814   $166,130 3
2009/10/30 39 $62,572 -4% 45 $1,390   $254,648 4
2009/11/06 52 $34,097 -46% 3 $11,366   $315,306 5
2009/11/13 57 $27,895 -18% 27 $1,033   $361,785 6
2009/11/20 68 $10,966 -61% 16 $685   $385,049 7
2009/11/27 68 $10,604 -3% 17 $624   $401,614 8
2009/12/04 72 $6,101 -42% 20 $305   $410,516 9
2009/12/11 58 $10,630 +74% 30 $354   $424,235 10
2009/12/18 52 $5,106 -52% 20 $255   $435,202 11
2009/12/25 74 $402 -92% 3 $134   $437,949 12
2010/01/01 81 $601 +50% 6 $100   $438,836 13
2010/01/08 86 $790 +31% 2 $395   $442,054 14
2010/01/15 79 $748 -5% 6 $125   $442,677 15
2010/01/22 84 $773 +3% 5 $155   $445,259 16
2010/01/29 87 $2,035 +163% 5 $407   $447,437 17
2010/02/05 105 $627 -69% 2 $314   $449,558 18

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2010/01/18 69 $63   6 $11   $442,740 102

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2009/10/09 62 $48,250   6 $8,042   $48,250 1
2009/10/16 58 $52,581 +9% 15 $3,505   $100,831 2
2009/10/23 46 $91,245 +74% 36 $2,535   $192,076 3
2009/10/30 41 $89,133 -2% 45 $1,981   $281,209 4
2009/11/06 51 $52,681 -41% 3 $17,560   $333,890 5
2009/11/13 57 $40,193 -24% 27 $1,489   $374,083 6
2009/11/20 73 $16,927 -58% 16 $1,058   $391,010 7
2009/11/27 71 $13,405 -21% 17 $789   $404,415 8
2009/12/04 72 $9,190 -31% 20 $460   $413,605 9
2009/12/11 59 $16,491 +79% 30 $550   $430,096 10
2009/12/18 53 $7,451 -55% 20 $373   $437,547 11
2009/12/25 71 $688 -91% 3 $229   $438,235 12
2010/01/01 68 $3,029 +340% 6 $505   $441,264 13
2010/01/08 89 $665 -78% 2 $333   $441,929 14
2010/01/15 69 $2,557 +285% 6 $426   $444,486 15
2010/01/22 90 $916 -64% 5 $183   $445,402 16
2010/01/29 85 $3,529 +285% 5 $706   $448,931 17
2010/02/05 100 $934 -74% 2 $467   $449,865 18

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