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Gangs of New York (2002)

Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $77,730,500Details
International Box Office $105,394,121Details
Worldwide Box Office $183,124,621
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Metrics

Latest Ranking on Cumulative Box Office Lists

RecordRankAmount
All Time Domestic Box Office (Rank 901-1,000) 967 $77,730,500
All Time International Box Office (Rank 801-900) 804 $105,394,121
All Time Worldwide Box Office (Rank 801-900) 816 $183,124,621
All Time Domestic Box Office for R Movies (Rank 201-300) 239 $77,730,500
All Time International Box Office for R Movies (Rank 101-200) 168 $105,394,121
All Time Worldwide Box Office for R Movies (Rank 101-200) 182 $183,124,621

See the Box Office tab (Domestic) and International tab (International and Worldwide) for more Cumulative Box Office Records.


Movie Details

Production Budget:$97,000,000
Domestic Releases: December 20th, 2002 (Wide) by Miramax
Video Release: July 1st, 2003 by Miramax Video
MPAA Rating: R for intense strong violence, sexuality/nudity and language
Running Time: 155 minutes
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Keywords: Revenge, Gangs
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Drama
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Historical Fiction
Production Companies: Alberto Grimaldi
Production Countries: United States

Ranking on other Records and Milestones

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Date
Days In
Release
Martin Luther King (All Movies, 3-Day, Inflation Adjusted) 331 $5,638,960 Jan 17, 2003 31
Martin Luther King (All Movies, 4-Day, Fri-Mon, Inflation Adjusted) 203 $7,026,535 Jan 17, 2003 31
New Year's Day (All Movies, 3-Day) 197 $7,327,177 Jan 3, 2003 17
New Year's Day (All Movies, 3-Day, Inflation Adjusted) 221 $11,130,508 Jan 3, 2003 17
Christmas (All Movies, 3-Day) 110 $10,948,803 Dec 27, 2002 10
Christmas (All Movies, 3-Day, Inflation Adjusted) 128 $17,261,800 Dec 27, 2002 10

Leading Cast

   Amsterdam Vallon
   Bill "The Butcher" Cutting
   Jenny Everdeane

Supporting Cast

John C. Reilly    'Happy' Jack Mulraney
Jim Broadbent    Boss Tweed
Henry Thomas    Johnny Sirocco
Brendan Gleeson    Walter 'Monk' McGinn
Liam Neeson    Vallon's Father
Michael Byrne    Horace Greeley
Ford Keirnan    Black Joke Chief
Richard Strange    Undertaker
Liam Carney    Bill the Butcher's Gang #1

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

Production and Technical Credits

   Director
Jay Cocks    Screenwriter
Steven Zaillian    Screenwriter
Kenneth Lonergan    Screenwriter
Jay Cocks    Story Creator
Alberto Grimaldi    Producer
Harvey Weinstein    Producer
Mike Ovits    Executive Producer
Bob Weinstein    Executive Producer
Harvey Weinstein    Executive Producer
Rick Yorn    Executive Producer
Michael Hausman    Executive Producer
Joseph Reidy    Co-Producer
Laura Fattori    Co-Producer
Dante Ferretti    Production Designer
Michael Ballhaus    Director of Photography
Thelma Schoonmaker    Editor
Howard Shore    Composer
Graham King    Co-Executive Producer
Rick Schwartz    Co-Executive Producer
Colin Vaines    Co-Executive Producer
Gerry Robert Byrne    Associate Producer
Joseph Reidy    Assistant Director
Vic Armstrong    Second Unit Director
Michael Hausman    Unit Production Manager
Stefano Ortolani    Supervising Art Director
Maria Teresa Barbasso    Art Director
Nazzareno Piana    Art Director
Alessandro Alberti    Art Director
Dimitri Capuani    Art Director
Francesca Lo Schiavo    Set Decorator
Florian Ballhaus    Second Unit Camera
Sandy Powell    Costume Designer
James Kwei    Additional Editing
Pat Buba    Additional Editing
Ivan Sharrock    Sound Mixer
Tom Fleischman    Re-recording Mixer
Eugene Gearty    Re-recording Mixer
Philip Stockton    Supervising Sound Editor
Manlio Rocchetti    Makeup
Aldo Signoretti    Hairstylist
Manlio Rocchetti    Special Make-up Effects
Robbie Robertson    Executive Music Producer
Ellen Lewis    Casting
Kate Dowd    Casting (UK)
G. A. Aguilar    Stunt Coordinator
Claudio Pacifico    Stunt Coordinator
Paolo Stefano Scalabrino*    Costume Supervisor

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

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Domestic Cumulative Box Office Records


Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2002/12/20 4 $9,496,870   1,504 $6,314   $9,496,870 1
2002/12/27 5 $10,948,803 +15% 2,190 $4,999   $29,873,147 2
2003/01/03 6 $7,327,177 -33% 2,305 $3,179   $47,082,059 3
2003/01/10 8 $4,829,938 -34% 2,340 $2,064   $54,925,876 4
2003/01/17 11 $3,712,112 -23% 2,170 $1,711   $61,399,206 5
2003/01/24 12 $2,764,424 -26% 1,905 $1,451   $65,377,894 6
2003/01/31 14 $2,210,773 -20% 1,485 $1,489   $68,764,382 7
2003/02/07 19 $862,373 -61% 891 $968   $70,047,275 8
2003/02/14 16 $1,713,240 +99% 1,503 $1,140   $72,440,262 9
2003/02/21 22 $674,069 -61% 660 $1,021   $73,616,351 10
2003/02/28 20 $696,852 +3% 725 $961   $74,621,519 11
2003/03/07 20 $518,916 -26% 378 $1,373   $75,496,504 12
2003/03/14 22 $495,356 -5% 278 $1,782   $76,240,821 13
2003/03/21 22 $566,576 +14% 567 $999   $77,021,614 14
2003/03/28 33 $204,731 -64% 167 $1,226   $77,454,139 15
2003/04/04 46 $75,177 -63% 97 $775   $77,605,296 16
2003/04/11 59 $41,080 -45% 75 $548   $77,679,638 17
2003/04/18 80 $14,256 -65% 19 $750   $77,711,962 18
2003/04/25 94 $8,492 -40% 14 $607   $77,722,000 19
2003/05/02 150 $865 -90% 2 $433   $77,726,842 20
2003/05/09 126 $1,850 +114% 2 $925   $77,730,500 21

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2002/12/20 4 $2,872,500   1,504 $1,910   $2,872,500 1
2002/12/21 4 $3,475,000 +21% 1,504 $2,311   $6,347,500 2
2002/12/22 4 $3,150,000 -9% 1,504 $2,094   $9,496,870 3
2002/12/23 5 $1,600,000 -49% 1,504 $1,064   $11,097,000 4
2002/12/24 3 $1,275,000 -20% 1,504 $848   $12,547,000 5
2002/12/25 4 $3,112,000 +144% 2,170 $1,434   $15,683,000 6
2002/12/26 5 $3,250,000 +4% 2,170 $1,498   $18,924,344 7
2002/12/27 5 $3,550,000 +9% 2,170 $1,636   $22,450,000 8
2002/12/28 5 $3,975,000 +12% 2,190 $1,815   $26,424,000 9
2002/12/29 5 $3,450,000 -13% 2,190 $1,575   $29,873,147 10
2002/12/30 5 $2,242,000 -35% 2,190 $1,024   $32,115,000 11
2002/12/31 5 $2,025,000 -10% 2,190 $925   $34,140,000 12
2003/01/01 4 $3,425,000 +69% 2,190 $1,564   $37,595,000 13
2003/01/02 5 $1,889,000 -45% 2,190 $863   $39,755,000 14
2003/01/03 6 $2,184,500 +16% 2,305 $948   $41,939,500 15
2003/01/04 6 $3,300,000 +51% 2,305 $1,432   $45,280,000 16
2003/01/05 5 $1,802,059 -45% 2,305 $782   $47,082,059 17
2003/01/06 5 $755,000 -58% 2,305 $328   $47,838,000 18
2003/01/07 5 $816,000 +8% 2,305 $354   $48,654,000 19
2003/01/08 5 $737,000 -10% 2,305 $320   $49,391,000 20
2003/01/09 5 $701,000 -5% 2,305 $304   $50,096,000 21
2003/01/10 8 $1,415,000 +102% 2,340 $605   $51,511,000 22
2003/01/11 8 $2,065,000 +46% 2,340 $882   $53,576,000 23
2003/01/12 7 $1,350,000 -35% 2,340 $577   $54,925,876 24
2003/01/13 6 $449,000 -67% 2,340 $192   $55,375,000 25
2003/01/14 7 $515,000 +15% 2,340 $220   $55,890,000 26
2003/01/15 7 $444,000 -14% 2,340 $190   $56,334,000 27
2003/01/16 7 $437,000 -2% 2,340 $187   $56,774,000 28
2003/01/17 11 $965,000 +121% 2,170 $445   $57,739,000 29
2003/01/18 11 $1,670,000 +73% 2,170 $770   $59,409,000 30
2003/01/19 11 $1,035,000 -38% 2,170 $477   $60,444,000 31
2003/01/20 10 $913,438 -12% 2,170 $421   $61,357,438 32
2003/01/21 8 $419,000 -54% 2,170 $193   $61,818,000 33
2003/01/22 9 $367,000 -12% 2,170 $169   $62,184,000 34
2003/01/23 9 $403,000 +10% 2,170 $186   $62,613,000 35

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2002/12/20 4 $18,924,344   1,504 $12,583   $18,924,344 1
2002/12/27 5 $20,830,538 +10% 2,190 $9,512   $39,754,882 2
2003/01/03 6 $10,341,056 -50% 2,305 $4,486   $50,095,938 3
2003/01/10 7 $7,591,156 -27% 2,340 $3,244   $57,687,094 4
2003/01/17 10 $4,926,376 -35% 2,170 $2,270   $62,613,470 5
2003/01/24 12 $3,940,139 -20% 1,905 $2,068   $66,553,609 6
2003/01/31 14 $2,631,293 -33% 1,485 $1,772   $69,184,902 7
2003/02/07 18 $1,542,120 -41% 891 $1,731   $70,727,022 8
2003/02/14 16 $2,215,260 +44% 1,503 $1,474   $72,942,282 9
2003/02/21 21 $982,385 -56% 660 $1,488   $73,924,667 10
2003/02/28 20 $1,052,921 +7% 725 $1,452   $74,977,588 11
2003/03/07 20 $767,877 -27% 378 $2,031   $75,745,465 12
2003/03/14 22 $709,573 -8% 278 $2,552   $76,455,038 13
2003/03/21 22 $794,370 +12% 567 $1,401   $77,249,408 14
2003/03/28 34 $280,711 -65% 167 $1,681   $77,530,119 15
2003/04/04 48 $108,439 -61% 97 $1,118   $77,638,558 16
2003/04/11 58 $59,148 -45% 75 $789   $77,697,706 17
2003/04/18 88 $15,802 -73% 19 $832   $77,713,508 18
2003/04/25 98 $12,469 -21% 14 $891   $77,725,977 19
2003/05/02 126 $2,673 -79% 2 $1,337   $77,728,650 20
2003/05/09 125 $1,850 -31% 2 $925   $77,730,500 21

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
8/15/2010175,559 5,559$124,636$124,636372

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