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Australia Box Office for Den of Thieves (2018)

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Den of Thieves
Theatrical Performance (US$)
Australia Box Office $2,254,299Details
Worldwide Box Office $59,782,365Details
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Synopsis

A Los Angeles crime saga which follows the intersecting and often personally connected lives of an elite unit of the L.A. County Sheriff’s Department and the state’s most successful bank robbery crew as the outlaws plan a seemingly impossible heist on the Federal Reserve Bank in downtown Los Angeles.

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Movie Details

Production Budget:$30,000,000
Australia Releases: February 2nd, 2018 (Wide)
MPAA Rating: R for violence, language and some sexuality/nudity.
(Rating bulletin 2505 (Cert #51350), 12/6/2017)
Running Time: 140 minutes
Keywords: Los Angeles, Heist, Bank Robbery, Cops and Robbers, Crime Thriller, Corrupt Cops
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Action
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: Diamond Film Productions, Tooley Productions, G-Base, Mark Canton, STX Entertainment
Production Countries: United States

Cast

Gerard Butler    Nick Flanagan
Pablo Schreiber    Ray Merrimen
O'Shea Jackson, Jr.    Donnie Wilson
Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson    Enson Levoux
Meadow Williams    Holly
Maurice Compte    Benny “Borracho” Magalon
Brian Van Holt    Murph Connors
Evan Jones    Bo “Bosco” Ostroman
Mo McRae    Gus Henderson
Kaiwi Lyman    “Tony T” Zapata
Dawn Olivieri    Debbie O’Brien
Eric Braeden    Ziggy Zerhusen
Jordan Bridges    Lobbin’ Bob
Lewis Tan    Secret Service Lobby Guard #1
Cooper Andrews    Mack
Marcus Lavoi    Marcus Rhodes
Nate Boyer    Secret Service Guard Dale Russell
John Lewis    Secret Service Guard Johnny McMann
Ron Rock    Junior
Malieek W. Straughter    Luigi
Charline St. Charles    Doris
Tracey Bonner    Sharon
Max Holloway    Bas
Oleg Taktarov    Alexi
Mario Cortez    LAPD SWAT Negotiator
Charles Payne    LAPD Metro Cop
Hoop    LAPD Metro Cop
Timothy Douglas Perez    Brinks Messenger
Matthew Cornwell    Bank Manager
Brandon Alston    Rolando
Alexus Lapri Geier    Maloa
Sonya Chung    Malia
Elisabeth Whitfield    McKenna O’Brien
Madelyn Lazar    Cassady O’Brien
Cullen Ries    Gardena Cop
Desmond Phillips    Brinks Secretary Al
Jay Dobyns    Wolfgang
Tsi Chin Li-McCall    Cou-Chi
Adam Drescher    Process Server
Cory Scot Allen    Debbie’s Date
Nick Loeb    Ruud
Michelle Keller    Sandee
Dayana Rincon    Latina Hostage
Jermaine Rivers    Fed Receiving Guard Jackson
Gerrold Johnson    Fed Receiving Guard Weir
Michael Bisping    Connor
Brendan Kelly    FCI Cop
Bob Jennings    LAPD Metro Lieutenant
Joshua D. Gormley    Merrimen’s Boxing Trainer
Ulysses Diaz    Merrimen’s Boxing Trainer
Pou’Ha Finau    Tongan Leader
Salesi Tongamoa    Tongan Cargo Hand
Lyon Beckwith    Tongan Cargo Hand
Fotukava Malu    Tongan Cargo Hand
Tufa Liva    Tongan Cargo Hand
Hemi Mataele    Tongan Cargo Hand
Tomu Osborne    Tongan Cargo Hand
Natasha Kerry Gudegast    School Teacher
Daisy Pareja    Latina in Corridor
Kevin Lee Christenson    Gardena Cop #2
Denis Yuryevich Orlov    Armored Guard
Vincent Lee Alston    Armored Guard
Stefanos Miltsakakis    Hofbrau Bouncer

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Christian Gudegast
Screenwriter    Christian Gudegast
Story by    Christian Gudegast
Story by    Paul Scheuring
Producer    Tucker Tooley
Producer    Gerard Butler
Producer    Mark Canton
Producer    Alan Siegel
Executive Producer    Meadow Williams
Executive Producer    Christian Gudegast
Executive Producer    D. Scott Lumpkin
Executive Producer    Glenn D. Feig
Executive Producer    Jamie Marsh
Executive Producer    Robert Simonds
Executive Producer    Adam Fogelson
Director of Photography    Terry Stacey
Production Designer    Kara Lindstrom
Editor    Joel Cox
Editor    David Cox
Editor    Nathan Godley
Composer    Cliff Martinez
Music Supervisor    Jason Markey
Costume Designer    Terry Anderson
Casting Director    John Papsidera
Unit Production Manager    Damien Lubiak
Unit Production Manager    D. Scott Lumpkin
First Assistant Director    Joe Camp III
Second Assistant Director    Kevin Lum
Executive Producer    Danielle Robinson
Executive Producer    Greg Renker
Executive Producer    David Hopwood
Associate Producer    Jason Baryhdt
Associate Producer    Dorothy Canton
Associate Producer    Daniel Kaslow
Stunt Coordinator    Joey Box
Art Director    Elizabeth Boller
Set Decorator    Leonard Spears
Script Supervisor    Carmen Soriano
Sound Mixer    Michael Koff
Special Effects Supervisor    Yves Debono
Location Manager    John Findley
Costume Supervisor    Andree Fortier
Make up    Allan Apone
Make up    Seidah Nichols
Hairstylist    Jeri Baker Sadler
Hairstylist    Wyatt Belton
Set Designer    Ryan Goertz
Post-Production Supervisor    Christopher Kulikowski
First Assistant Editor    Steve M. Ngo
Second Assistant Editor    Maureen Ross
Supervising Sound Editor    Kami Asgar
Sound Designer    Casey Genton
Sound Effects Editor    David Esparza
Sound Effects Editor    Trevor Metz
Supervising Re-Recording Mixer    Tateum Kohut
Supervising Re-Recording Mixer    Tony Lamberti
Recordist    Tom Y. Burns
Music Editor    Mary Parker
Additional Music    Gregory Tripi
Additional Music    Peter G. Adams
Additional Music    Thor Laewe
Score Mixer    Thor Laewe
Second Unit Director    Jamie Marshall

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Den of Thieves Trailer

January 2nd, 2018

Heist movie starring Gerard Butler, Pablo Schreiber, O’Shea Jackson, Jr., and Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson opens January 19 ... Full Movie Details. More...

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Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2018/02/02 3 $1,058,440   184 $5,752   $1,058,440 1
2018/02/09 5 $532,027 -50% 185 $2,876   $1,833,168 2
2018/02/16 10 $211,660 -60% 160 $1,323   $2,254,299 3

Box Office Summary Per Territory

Territory Release
Date
Opening
Weekend
Opening
Weekend
Theaters
Maximum
Theaters
Theatrical
Engagements
Total
Box Office
Report
Date
Australia 2/2/2018 $1,058,440 184 185 529 $2,254,299 2/22/2018
Bulgaria 1/19/2018 $51,787 0 0 0 $199,282 2/20/2018
Germany 2/2/2018 $0 0 0 0 $1,050,000 2/5/2018
Middle East Region 2/2/2018 $0 0 0 0 $1,400,000 2/12/2018
North America 1/19/2018 $15,206,108 2432 2432 9174 $43,910,555
Portugal 1/26/2018 $65,523 35 35 99 $196,687 2/21/2018
Russia (CIS) 2/9/2018 $573,494 655 655 1105 $1,055,270 2/20/2018
United Kingdom 2/2/2018 $1,529,256 420 420 1078 $3,921,505 2/21/2018
 
Rest of World $5,794,767
 
Worldwide Total$59,782,365 2/22/2018

Full financial estimates for this film, including domestic and international box office, video sales, video rentals, TV and ancillary revenue are available through our research services. For more information, please contact us at research@the-numbers.com.


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