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Theatrical Performance (US$)
Italy Box Office $0Details
Worldwide Box Office $156,553,592Details
Home Market Performance
North America DVD Sales $7,776,602 Details
North America Blu-ray Sales $5,270,477 Details
Total North America Video Sales $13,047,079
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Lloyd and Harry go on a road trip to find a child Harry never knew he had and the responsibility neither should ever, ever be given.


Movie Details

Production Budget:$40,000,000
Italy Releases: November 13th, 2014 (Wide)
Video Release: February 3rd, 2015 by Universal Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for crude and sexual humor, partial nudity, language and some drug references.
(Rating bulletin 2327, 6/17/2014)
Running Time: 110 minutes
Franchise: Dumb and Dumber
Keywords: Buddy Comedy, Delayed Sequel, Medical and Hospitals, Dysfunctional Family, Road Trip
Source:Original Screenplay
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: Conundrum Entertainment, Charles B. Wessler Entertainment
Production Countries: United States


Jim Carrey    Lloyd Christmas
Jeff Daniels    Harry Dunne
Rob Riggle    Travis/Captain Lippincott
Laurie Holden    Adele
Rachel Melvin    Penny
Kathleen Turner    Fraida
Steve Tom    Dr. Pinchelow
Don Lake    Dr. Meldmann
Patricia French    Ms. Sourpuss
Bill Murray    Ice Pick
Tembi Locke    Dr. Walcott
Paul Blackthorne    Emergency Room Doctor
Brady Bluhm    Billy
Eddie Shin    Gordy
Tommy Snider    Tom
Atkins Estimond    Gus
Lindsay Ayliffe    Professor Garabedian
Matty Cardarople    Inventor No. 1
Michael Yama    Harry's Dad
Nancy Yee    Harry's Mom
Jeff Sumner    Convention Official
Grant James    Mr. Stainer
Taylor St. Clair    Mrs. Stainer
Erin Allin O'Reilly    Asylum Nurse No. 1
Nancy Byers    Asylum Nurse No. 2
Brendan Boyle    Asylum Patient
Derek Holland    Asylum Patient
Kasseem Dean    Ninja Leader
Mike Cerrone    Trucker
Sean Gildea    Trucker's Pal
Maia Moss-Fife    Receptionist
Bryan Dilbeck    Dr. Dilbeck
Kassidy Claire    Fanny (Age 5)
Brett Wyman    Inventor No. 2
Jo Wintker    Mrs. Snergle
Erika Bierman    Fanny (Age 13)
Eddie Barbanell    Nursing Home Orderly
Mariann Neary    Farmer's Wife
John Imlay    Farmer
Jon Barinholtz    Inventor No. 3
Dalton Gray    Young Harry
Lucas Daniels    Bartender
June Shannon    Harry's Trailer Park Wife
Carly Craig    Young Fraida
Carter Hicks    Bus Kid
Baxter Cooper Rogers    Prom Date
Sandra Dorsey    Stuffy Woman
Arielle Lieberman    Emergency Room Nurse
Jon Barry    Emergency Room Orderly
Jesse Gines    Emergency Room Orderly
Robin O'Neal Sorensen    Emergency Room Technician No. 1
Chris Randall Sorensen    Emergency Medical Technician No. 2
Daniel Greene    Wheelchair Ninja
Will Coogan    Room Service Waiter
Caryle Seim    Trailer Grandma
Danny Murphy    Joystick Victim
Rhomyen Johnson    Bus Driver
Walt Arnett    KEN Conference Attendee
Kevin Barnett    KEN Conference Attendee
Brad Blank    KEN Conference Attendee
Ricky Blitt    KEN Conference Attendee
Rich Brown    KEN Conference Attendee
Troy Brown    KEN Conference Attendee
Rob Cohen    KEN Conference Attendee
James Freeman    KEN Conference Attendee
Jeremy Garelick    KEN Conference Attendee
Jonathan Goldblatt    KEN Conference Attendee
Boyd Hale    KEN Conference Attendee
Derek Iverson    KEN Conference Attendee
Brian Jarvis    KEN Conference Attendee
Pete Jones    KEN Conference Attendee
Trevor Kennish    KEN Conference Attendee
T.J. King    KEN Conference Attendee
John Blake McCormick    KEN Conference Attendee
Michael McCrudden    KEN Conference Attendee
Patrick Meighan    KEN Conference Attendee
Brendan O'Brien    KEN Conference Attendee
Chris Pappas    KEN Conference Attendee
Leo Resig    KEN Conference Attendee
Tiffany Resig    KEN Conference Attendee
Rocky Russo    KEN Conference Attendee
Deepak Sethi    KEN Conference Attendee
Christopher Sheridan    KEN Conference Attendee
Danny Smith    KEN Conference Attendee
Jeremy Sosenko    KEN Conference Attendee
Samantha Thomas    KEN Conference Attendee
Trent Thomas    KEN Conference Attendee
Trashel Thompson    KEN Conference Attendee
John Veiner    KEN Conference Attendee
Dave Walpole    KEN Conference Attendee
Wellesley Wild    KEN Conference Attendee
Al Wisne    KEN Conference Attendee

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Bobby Farrelly
Director    Peter Farrelly
Screenwriter    Sean Anders
Screenwriter    John Morris
Producer    Charles B. Wessler
Producer    Bradley Thomas
Producer    Bobby Farrelly
Producer    Peter Farrelly
Producer    Riza Aziz
Producer    Joey McFarland
Executive Producer    Brad Krevoy
Executive Producer    Steve Stabler
Executive Producer    Marc S. Fischer
Executive Producer    David Koplan
Executive Producer    Danny Dimbort
Executive Producer    Christian Mercuri
Character Creator    Bennett Yellin
Character Creator    Peter Farrelly
Character Creator    Bobby Farrelly
Director of Photography    Matthew F. Leonetti
Production Designer    Aaron Osborne
Editor    Steven Rasch
Music Supervisor    Tom Wolfe
Music Supervisor    Manish Raval
Composer-Score    Empire of the Sun
Costume Designer    Karen Patch
Casting Director    Rick Montgomery
Co-Producer    J.B. Rogers
Associate Producer    Ellen Dumouchel
Associate Producer    Linda Hill
Unit Production Manager    Marc S. Fischer
First Assistant Director    J.B. Rogers
Second Assistant Director    Gregory Guzik
Production Supervisor    Colin Walsh
Art Director    Erin Cochran
Set Decorator    Jennifer Gentile
Assistant Art Director    Danny Brown
Assistant Art Director    Sean Jennings
Additional Photography-Still Photographer    Hopper Stone
Script Supervisor    Martin Kitrosser
Make up    Kimberly Jones
Make up    Lay'na Anderson
Hairstylist    Kelly Muldoon
Hairstylist    Lawrence Davis
Digital Supervisor    Johnathan Banta
Casting Associate    Chelsea Bloch
Additional Casting-Local Casting    Tracy Kilpatrick
Additional Casting-Casting Assistant    Thomas Sullivan
Additional Casting-Extras Casting    Patrick Ingram
Second Unit Director    J.B. Rogers
Unit Production Manager    David Koplan
Director of Photography/Camera Operator-Second Unit    Paul Varrieur
Post-Production Supervisor    John Portnoy
Supervising Sound Editor    Andrew DeCristofaro
Supervising Sound Editor    Kelly Oxford
Sound Designer    Michael Payne
Re-recording Mixer    Joe Barnett
Re-recording Mixer    Marshall Garlington
Sound Effects Editor    Dan Hegeman
Dialogue Editor    Laura Harris Atkinson
Dialogue Editor    Tammy Fearing
Dialogue Editor    Frederick H. Stahly
Foley Mixer    Nerses Gezalyan
Visual Effects Supervisor    John Heller
Visual Effects Producer    Erika Abrams
Music Editor    Ron Webb
Additional Music    Henry Hey

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New releases earned the top three spots on the DVD sales chart this week. This includes Big Hero 6, which opened in first place with 963,000 units / $14.44. This isn't at the same level as Frozen opened with, but it is already the second best selling DVD in 2015. More...

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March 8th, 2015

The top four films on this week's Blu-ray sales chart and nine of the top twenty were new releases. The number one release was Game of Thrones: Season Four, which sold 286,000 units and generated $9.98 million in sales. Its opening week Blu-ray share was 54%, which is incredible compared to the average TV on DVD release. Then again, Game of Thrones isn't the average TV show. More...

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February 16th, 2015

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November 27th, 2014

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It's Thanksgiving weekend and there are two films trying to take advantage of the boost to the box office. Penguins of Madagascar looks like it will top Horrible Bosses 2 at the box office, but neither really have a shot at dethroning The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 1 for top spot. In fact, it is possible both of them combined won't top last year's number one new release, Frozen. Additionally, Mockingjay, Part 1 very likely won't match Catching Fire by a significant margin, so November will end the month on a down note.


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November 27th, 2014

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The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 1 opened in first place on the international chart with $154.3 million in 85 markets for a worldwide opening of $276.2 million. Its international opening was about 4% higher than the previously entry in the franchise. The film managed $19.8 million in the U.K. and $13.8 million in Germany. This was 5% and 9% higher than the previous film's debut in those two markets. Mockingjay, Part 1 opened 19% higher in Russia with $11.9 million. The film also topped $10 million in Mexico ($12 million) and Australia ($10.3 million). More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Hunger Games Goes on a Diet

November 24th, 2014

The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1 poster

As expected, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 1 earned first place with ease pulling in more than the rest of the box office combined. On the downside, it was well below the optimistic expectations at just $121.90 million. ... It seems strange that an opening of $121.90 million is considered disappointing. Worse still, none of the other films in the top five topped predictions, so they couldn't help mitigate Mockingjay, Part 1's softer than anticipated opening. The overall box office still rose 38% from last weekend to $194 million, but this was 14% lower than the same weekend last year. There's really no way to spin that in a positive manner. Year-to-date, 2014 has earned $8.94 billion, which is 3.2% or $290 million lower than last year's pace. Again, it is hard to spin that number in a positive way.


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November 20th, 2014

The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1 poster

There is only one wide release coming out this weekend, but it is the biggest release of the year. The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 1 should have no trouble earning the biggest opening weekend of the year so far and it shouldn't take very long before it surpasses Guardians of the Galaxy for number one film of the year. As for the rest of the box office, there's not a lot to look forward to. Dumb and Dumber To will likely take a serious hit, while Big Hero 6 should overtake it over the weekend. This weekend last year, Catching Fire led the way with $158.07 million, which could be more than the entire box office earns this year. Hopefully that won't be the case, but I don't see how 2014 comes out ahead on the year-over-year comparison.


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November 20th, 2014

Interstellar poster

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Contest: Smart and Smarter: Winning Announcement

November 19th, 2014

Dumb and Dumber To poster

The winners of our Smart and Smarter contest were determined and they are... More...

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November 19th, 2014

Foxcatcher poster

Foxcatcher was the latest Oscar-hopeful to top the per theater chart earning an average of $45,146 in six theaters. This practically guarantees some measure of mainstream success; however, unless it can earn some Awards Season nominations, it likely won't expand truly wide. Likewise, The Theory of Everything expanded to 41 theaters earning an average of $17,937. It also reached its first major milestone over the weekend and will earn more in the future. The overall number one film, Dumb and Dumber To, was next with an average of $11,450, while The Homesman was right behind with an average of $11,358 in four theaters.


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November 18th, 2014

Dumb and Dumber To poster

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November 16th, 2014

Dumb and Dumber To poster

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November 13th, 2014

Dumb and Dumber To poster

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Contest: Smart and Smarter

November 7th, 2014

Dumb and Dumber To poster

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October 31st, 2014

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Weekend Box Office Performance

Box Office Summary Per Territory

Territory Release
Box Office
Australia 1/8/2015 $2,130,748 225 225 823 $4,902,307 7/7/2015
Italy 11/13/2014 $0 0 0 0 $0
New Zealand 1/8/2015 $0 0 0 0 $0
North America 11/14/2014 $36,111,775 3154 3188 17923 $86,208,010 12/5/2016
Russia (CIS) 1/1/2015 $0 0 0 0 $0
United Kingdom 12/19/2014 $0 0 0 0 $0
Rest of World $65,443,275
Worldwide Total$156,553,592 12/5/2016

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