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Theatrical Performance (US$)
Germany Box Office $2,317,033Details
Worldwide Box Office $103,735,965Details
Home Market Performance
North America DVD Sales $9,475,777 Details
North America Blu-ray Sales $5,724,537 Details
Total North America Video Sales $15,200,314
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Synopsis

One of the world's foremost authorities on structural security agrees to take on one last job: breaking out of an ultra-secret, high-tech facility called "The Tomb.” Deceived and wrongly imprisoned, Ray Breslin (must recruit fellow inmate Emil Rottmayer to help devise a daring, nearly impossible plan to escape from the most protected and fortified prison ever built.

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Movie Details

Production Budget:$70,000,000
Germany Releases: November 14th, 2013 (Wide)
Video Release: February 4th, 2014 by Lionsgate Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: R for violence and language throughout.
(Rating bulletin 2285, 8/14/2013)
Running Time: 115 minutes
Franchise: Escape Plan
Keywords: Prison, Prison Break, On a Boat, Surprise Twist, False Identity, Corporate Malfeasance, Intertitle, Animated Sequences, Non-Chronological, Voiceover/Narration, Terrorism, Undercover, Tortured for Information, Muslims, Digital Cinematography
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Thriller/Suspense
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: Summit Entertainment, Emmett/Furla Films, Mark Canton, Envision Entertainment, Boies/Schiller
Production Countries: United States

DVD and Blu-ray Releases for February 4th, 2014

February 3rd, 2014

It's another slow week on the home market. There are five or so first run releases, but the biggest box office was earned by Free Birds, which earned $55 million. Fortunately, while there are no box office hits, there are some high quality releases, led by Dallas Buyers Club. Unfortunately, the DVD and Blu-ray Combo Pack has so few extras that I'm convinced a special edition is on its way, so it isn't a Pick of the Week contender. So what are the Pick of the Week contenders this week? First there's Cutie and the Boxer on DVD or Blu-ray. Second there's ... Cutie and the Boxer is the Pick of the Week. More...

Featured Blu-ray / DVD Review: Escape Plan

February 1st, 2014

Escape Plan features two of the biggest action stars of the 1980s, Sylvester Stallone and Arnold Schwarzenegger. It earned mixed reviews and failed to find an audience here. (It did perform well enough internationally that it could break even early on the home market.) Is the film better than its box office performance? Or did it fail to find an audience for a reason? More...

International Box Office: Thor 2 Overtakes Original

November 20th, 2013

Thor: The Dark World completed the hat trick earning first place for the third weekend in a row. It pulled in $52.5 million on 3,841 screens in 69 markets for totals of $332.8 million internationally and $477.9 million worldwide. This is already more than the original Thor finished with and possibly already enough to break even. (It depends on its global P&A budget.) The film had no major market openings this past weekend, but it did debut in first place in Argentina with $1.73 million on 256 screens. Its biggest market so far is China at $41.8 million, while Russia is second with $32.07 million. The film has yet to open in Italy and Japan, so it might hit a few more milestones. On the other hand, it will surrender top spot this weekend to The Hunger Games: Catching Fire. More...

International Box Office: Thor 2 Still Strong Second Time Around

November 14th, 2013

Thor: The Dark World debuted last weekend, but thanks to a number of new markets this weekend, it was even more dominant on the international chart. It pulled in $94 million in 66 markets, which lifts its running tally to $240.9 million internationally and $326.6 million worldwide. Its biggest market was China where it made $20.98 million. In comparison, Thor made about $15 million there, in total. This is incredible growth. It grew in Russia rising to $11.44 million on 1,500 screens for a total of $24.04 million after two weeks of release. The original Thor finished with $268.30 million internationally, which is a figure Thor 2 will smash through by the weekend. It might make more internationally than the first film made worldwide and it could help Disney break the all-time single year global box office record, currently at $3.791 billion, which it earned in 2010. More...

International Box Office: Gravity Grows

October 30th, 2013

Gravity earned first place for the fourth week with $37.7 million on 7,340 screens in 53 markets for a total of $164.4 million internationally and $364.0 million worldwide. This weekend it debuted in first place in France with a very impressive $10.76 million on 398 screens. It also remained in first place in South Korea with $5.29 million on 531 screens over the weekend for a two-week total of $15.55 million. It also repeated in top spot in Mexico with $3.79 million on 1,563 screens over the weekend for a total of $12.04 million after two. The film will likely pull in close to $100 million in just these holdovers, plus it has yet to open in the U.K., Japan and China, so it could make another $100 million in those three markets as well. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Bad Grandpa Makes Box Office Look Good

October 29th, 2013

The month long slump 2013 has been on is finally over, thanks in part to Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa. However, the overall box office still wasn't that good, as it was down slightly from last weekend to $102 million. Granted, "slightly" in this case means a fraction of 1%, so it isn't troubling. On the other hand, it was 10% higher than the same weekend last year. Unfortunately, year-to-date, 2013's lead over 2012 has shrunk to just $50 million or 0.6% at $8.49 billion to $8.44 billion. In fact, 2013 has not sold less tickets than 2012 had at this point in its run. That's not good and it is unlikely things will turn around in the coming few weeks. More...

International Box Office: Gravity Orbits a Milestone

October 24th, 2013

For the third weekend in a row, Gravity led the way on the international chart and reached a major milestone in the process. This past weekend, it pulled in $33.5 million on 7,900 screens in 51 markets for an international total of $114.2 million and a worldwide total $283.8 million. It opened in first place in two major markets led by South Korea where it earned $6.30 million on 636 screens over the weekend for a total opening of $7.29 million. Meanwhile in Mexico, it made $5.75 million on 1,783 screens. Its biggest market overall is Russia where it has earned $17.60 million in total, including $2.19 million on 700 screens this past weekend. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Another Orbit for Gravity

October 22nd, 2013

As expected, Gravity remained on top of the weekend box office chart for the third weekend it a row. It became the first film released in 2013 to earn the hat trick, and very likely the last. Unfortunately, two of the three wide releases missed expectations, which hurt the overall box office numbers. Compared to last week, the overall box office was down by 11% to $103 million. Compared to last year, the box office was down 35%. Ouch. 2013 is still ahead of 2012's pace, but by less than 1% at $8.36 billion to $8.29 billion. More...

Weekend Estimates: Gravity Floats to Third Weekend Win

October 20th, 2013

Gravity will become the first film in 2013 to win three straight three-day weekends, according to studio estimates released on Sunday. With $31 million expected, the film is down just 28% from last weekend and has reached a formidable $170.5 million. That puts in in the top 10 for the year, with plenty more to come. Fellow Oscar-hopefuls 12 Years a Slave, All is Lost and Kill Your Darlins are the other films making waves this weekend (literally in one case). More...

Weekend Predictions: Will Gravity Remain Out of Reach of New Releases?

October 18th, 2013

There are two wide releases this week, Carrie and Escape Plan. However, neither film is earning critical praise and neither film is expected to be a breakout hit. There is a third film opening semi-wide, The Fifth Estate, but despite being clearly made for Oscars, its reviews are worse than the two more mainstream releases. It looks like Gravity will have no trouble earning the hat trick at the box office. It should also earn more than last year's winner, Paranormal Activity 4. Unfortunately, last year had much better depth than this year will have, so 2013 will likely lose yet again in the year-over-year comparison. More...

Contest: Escape While You Can

October 11th, 2013

Next week the wide releases are limited to Carrie and Escape Plan. Carrie hopes to perform better than most horror remakes manage; in other words, it hopes to become a midlevel hit, nothing more. Escape Plan could become one of the most expensive flops of the year, if some of the reports about its production budget are true. Since Carrie is expected to come out on top, it is the target film for this week's box office prediction contest. In order to win, one must simply predict the opening weekend box office number for Carrie. Whoever comes the closest to predicting the film's opening 3-day weekend box office (Friday to Sunday), regardless if they go over or not, will win a copy of White Collar: Season Four on DVD. Entries must be received by 10 a.m., Pacific Time on Friday to be eligible, so don't delay! More...

2013 Preview: October

October 1st, 2013

October is an awkward month. It sits between the dumping ground that is September and November, the unofficial start of Awards Season / holiday blockbuster season. For the most part, September was stronger than average for the month and there's reason to be optimistic going forward. After all, box office success tends to feed on itself, as does box office struggles. That said, there are not a lot of sure hits over the coming four weeks. Of the nine or ten films opening wide this month, only Gravity has a better than 50/50 chance at $100 million. Captain Phillips could have a shot at the century mark, but only if it becomes a serious Awards Season player. Its early reviews suggest that could be a possibility. Last October, there were two films to reach the $100 million mark, Taken 2 and Argo. On the other hand, pretty much everything else that opened that month crashed and burned. While this October doesn't have as strong a top end, it will hopefully have much better depth. More...

Because some of our sources provide box office data in their local currency, while we use USD in the graph above and table below, exchange rate fluctuations can have effect on the data causing stronger increases or even decreases of the cumulative box office.

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2013/11/22 7 $426,768   366 $1,166   $1,787,707 2
2013/11/29 9 $226,241 -47% 360 $628   $2,110,631 3
2013/12/06 13 $101,945 -55% 234 $436   $2,266,641 4
2013/12/13 14 $34,716 -66% 110 $316   $2,317,033 5

Box Office Summary Per Territory

Territory Release
Date
Opening
Weekend
Opening
Weekend
Theaters
Maximum
Theaters
Theatrical
Engagements
Total
Box Office
Report
Date
Argentina 10/31/2013 $0 0 30 90 $1,080,666 12/13/2015
Austria 11/14/2013 $0 0 37 107 $459,766 12/13/2015
Belgium 11/13/2013 $0 0 49 192 $1,220,274 12/13/2015
Brazil 10/11/2013 $0 0 19 37 $2,102,270 12/13/2015
Bulgaria 10/25/2013 $0 0 12 30 $250,641 12/13/2015
Colombia 10/18/2013 $0 0 10 21 $440,024 12/13/2015
Croatia 10/17/2013 $0 0 8 20 $139,849 12/13/2015
Egypt 10/30/2013 $0 0 6 28 $213,309 12/13/2015
Finland 11/15/2013 $0 0 40 134 $525,377 12/13/2015
France 11/13/2013 $0 0 197 544 $3,994,644 12/13/2015
Germany 11/14/2013 $0 0 366 1070 $2,317,033 12/13/2015
Greece 10/31/2013 $0 0 16 16 $498,812 12/13/2015
Hong Kong 11/7/2013 $0 0 55 126 $1,711,176 12/13/2015
Hungary 10/24/2013 $0 0 32 160 $732,863 12/13/2015
Iceland 11/8/2013 $0 0 4 13 $91,980 12/13/2015
Jordan 10/10/2013 $0 0 3 7 $484,700 12/13/2015
Lebanon 10/10/2013 $0 0 2 3 $578,866 12/13/2015
Malaysia 10/10/2013 $0 0 2 7 $2,636,715 12/13/2015
Mexico 10/11/2013 $0 0 54 96 $537,923 12/13/2015
Netherlands 10/17/2013 $0 0 60 97 $1,832,297 12/13/2015
North America 10/18/2013 $9,885,732 2883 2883 10590 $25,135,965
Norway 11/29/2013 $121,869 59 72 191 $428,232 12/13/2015
Portugal 10/24/2013 $0 0 21 49 $578,496 8/25/2016
Romania 10/25/2013 $0 0 18 44 $449,626 12/13/2015
Serbia and Montenegro 11/21/2013 $5,856 8 8 32 $25,337 12/13/2015
Singapore 10/24/2013 $0 0 12 19 $1,577,584 12/13/2015
Slovenia 10/17/2013 $0 0 8 8 $89,344 12/13/2015
South Africa 12/13/2013 $42,132 29 29 58 $122,181 12/13/2015
South Korea 12/5/2013 $784,507 287 287 508 $1,786,066 12/13/2015
Spain 12/5/2013 $695,471 278 278 791 $1,539,153 12/13/2015
Sweden 12/6/2013 $146,839 73 73 161 $496,839 12/13/2015
Switzerland 11/14/2013 $0 0 14 46 $776,368 12/13/2015
Taiwan 10/18/2013 $0 0 17 22 $2,849,543 12/13/2015
Thailand 10/17/2013 $0 0 1 1 $1,443,235 12/13/2015
Ukraine 10/17/2013 $0 0 2 2 $958,736 12/13/2015
United Arab Emirates 10/10/2013 $0 0 1 2 $2,232,404 12/13/2015
United Kingdom 10/18/2013 $0 0 15 15 $4,524,887 12/13/2015
Uruguay 10/31/2013 $0 0 2 8 $69,497 12/13/2015
Vietnam 10/25/2013 $0 0 14 18 $651,260 12/13/2015
 
Rest of World $36,152,027
 
Worldwide Total$103,735,965 8/25/2016

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.

Leading Cast

   Breslin
   Rottmayer

Supporting Cast

James Caviezel    Hobbes
Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson    Hush
Vinnie Jones    Drake
Vincent D'Onofrio    Lester Clark
Amy Ryan    Abigail
Sam Neill    Dr. Kyrie
Faran Tahir    Javed

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

Production and Technical Credits

   Director
Miles Chapman    Screenwriter
Arnell Jesko    Screenwriter
Miles Chapman    Story Creator
Mark Canton    Producer
Randall Emmett    Producer
Remington Chase    Producer
Robbie Brenner    Producer
Kevin King-Templeton    Producer
George Furla    Executive Producer
Mark Stewart    Executive Producer
Zack Schiller    Executive Producer
Alexander Boles    Executive Producer
Nicolas Stern    Executive Producer
Jeff Rice    Executive Producer
Brandt Anderson    Executive Producer
Brendan Galvin    Director of Photography
Barry Chusid    Production Designer
Elliot Greenberg    Editor
Lizz Wolf    Costume Designer
Season Kent    Music Supervisor
Alex Heffes    Composer
Anne McCarthy    Casting
Kellie Roy    Casting
Richard Schexnayder    Sound Mixer
Derek Venderhorst    Supervising Sound Editor
Leslie Shatz    Re-recording Mixer
Gabriel J. Serrano    Re-recording Mixer
Noon Orsatti    Stunt Coordinator
Michael Lantieri    Special Effects Coordinator
Chris Wells    Visual Effects Supervisor
Paul Hughen    Second Unit Director
Duane Manwiller    Second Unit Camera
Nick Satriano    Assistant Director

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


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