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United Kingdom Box Office for Getaway (2013)

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Theatrical Performance (US$)
United Kingdom Box Office $80,818Details
Worldwide Box Office $11,813,989Details
Home Market Performance
North America DVD Sales $22,437 Details
Total North America Video Sales $22,437
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Former race car driver Brent Magna is pitted against the clock. Desperately trying to save the life of his kidnapped wife, Brent commandeers a custom Ford Shelby GT500 Super Snake, taking it and its unwitting owner on a high-speed race against time, at the command of the mysterious villain holding his wife hostage.


Movie Details

Production Budget:$18,000,000
United Kingdom Releases: December 6th, 2013 (Wide)
Video Release: November 26th, 2013 by Warner Home Video
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for intense action, violence and mayhem throughout, some rude gestures, and language.
(Rating bulletin 2279, 7/3/2013)
Running Time: 89 minutes
Keywords: Kidnap, Rescue, Hackers, Internet, Car Chase, Auto Racing, Unnamed Character, Surprise Twist
Source:Original Screenplay
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: Warner Bros., Dark Castle Entertainment, After Dark Films, Signature Entertainment, Silver Reel Entertainment
Production Countries: Bulgaria,
United States

DVD and Blu-ray Releases for November 26th, 2013

November 25th, 2013

It's a pretty soft week when it comes to new releases. This is not surprising, as it is also Thanksgiving long weekend starting on Wednesday. These releases are only going to be out one day before they are overshadowed by sales. Fortunately, there are a couple of releases that stand out. The biggest of these, and the best, is Breaking Bad: The Final Season. The DVD or the Blu-ray could be a contender for Pick of the Week even during the busiest week. However, I think that honor should go to the show's Blu-ray Megaset. It is expensive, but it is worth it. An honorable mention goes to Mystery Science Theater 3000: 25th Anniversary Edition. More...

Per Theater Chart: Slave Showered with Riches

October 22nd, 2013

12 Years a Slave opened with a stellar average of $48,617 in 19 theaters. With a planned expansion, this is a great start. All is Lost was well back with an average of $15,597 in six theaters. This isn't a bad start and its reviews suggest long legs, but it might get overshadowed by 12 Years a Slave. The final film in the $10,000 club was Kill Your Darlings, which was right behind with an average of $14,750 in four theaters. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Box Office was Left in the Dark

September 10th, 2013

We have good news and bad news. Riddick only managed to reach the low end of expectations, while the overall box office was down nearly $40 million, or 32%, from last week. On the positive side, Instructions Not Included finished on the high end of expectations, while the overall box office was $85 million, which was 26% higher than the same weekend last year. Year-to-date, 2013 has earned $7.54 billion, or 1.2% higher than last year's pace. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Summer Ends in an Upward Direction

September 4th, 2013

The Labor Day long weekend is over and pre-weekend predictions were spot on, at least when it came to the top-two films. One Direction: This is Us opened in first place on Friday, but by Sunday had fallen to fifth place, allowing Lee Daniels' The Butler to remain on top, if you go by the four-day weekend. There were a few surprises this weekend, including Instructions Not Included. I hoped it would do well, but I never imaged it would do this well. Overall the weekend was strong at $125 million over the three-day weekend, which was 14% more than last weekend. Over four days, the total box office was $160 million. This was 21% higher than the same weekend last year. Year-to-date, 2013 holds a 0.9% lead over 2012 at 7.44 billion to $7.37 billion. More...

Weekend Estimates: One Direction Rounds Out Hollywood's Biggest Summer

September 1st, 2013

Hollywood's Summer ends this weekend with a suitably back-to-school winner in the form of One Direction: This is Us. The 3D concert movie will pick up $17 million Friday-Sunday, largely on the back of an impressive $8.9 million gross on Saturday. While that won't set it up to challenge Justin Bieber or Miley Cyrus among the top grossers in this particular sub-genre, it does show the solid business model for 3D films that cater to pop fans. Performances among other films playing this weekend were more varied. More...

Weekend Predictions: Laborious Task

August 29th, 2013

It's the Labor Day long weekend, which is widely regarded as the weakest long weekend of the year. This year there are two wide releases, One Direction: This is Us and Getaway, looking to grab the final box office dollars before Summer officially ends. (One could argue it unofficially ended weeks ago.) One Direction should have no trouble finding an audience among young girls, but there's a chance the more mature audience Lee Daniels' The Butler has been attracting will be large enough to withstand that push. Getaway, on the other hand, is just hoping to get one positive review before the weekend starts. There was a third film that was supposed to open wide this week, Closed Circuit, but it is now opening in 800 or so theaters, so it won't be a factor. Last year, there were two wide releases, both of which topped $10 million during the three-day weekend. The new releases this year won't match that, but there's better depth this time around. More...

Contest: One for the Road

August 23rd, 2013

Next weekend is Labor Day long weekend, which is widely regarded as the worst long weekend of the year at the box office. Three wide releases will try to grab limited box office dollars with One Direction: This is Us. (Getaway has a slim shot at first place.) Since it is likely the best film, 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 One Direction: This is Us. 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 an Official Bear Grylls Survival Bracelet from Gerber, to celebrate the season finale for Get Out Alive!

Entries must be received by 10 a.m., Pacific Time on Friday to be eligible, so don't delay! More...

2013 Preview: August

August 1st, 2013

July was hit and miss at the box office, mostly miss. In fact, only two films really topped expectations, Despicable Me 2 and The Conjuring. That said, 2013 has nearly closed the gap with 2012 and it won't take much to pull ahead. Looking forward to August, we find that it is a very busy month with 16 or so films opening wide over five weeks. Of course, the closer you get to September, the more likely these films will struggle to find an audience, and more often than not, there are simply too many films opening wide to suspect they will all find an audience. On the high end, 2 Guns could be the biggest hit of the month with just over $100 million. The Smurfs 2 and Elysium could pull in $100 million. All three of those films are opening in the first two weeks of the month. After that, most of the new releases will be lucky if they reach $50 million during their theatrical runs. By comparison, last August was not as busy with 14 wide releases. Of those, only one film, The Bourne Legacy, topped $100 million, although a couple came reasonably close. Hopefully we will have more $100 million hits this time around and 2013 will be able to complete the comeback. 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
2013/12/06 21 $43,271   106 $408   $43,271 1
2013/12/13 35 $9,051 -79% 26 $348   $80,818 2

Box Office Summary Per Territory

Territory Release
Box Office
Austria 11/29/2013 $4,163 8 8 19 $7,876 12/13/2015
Egypt 11/13/2013 $0 0 6 9 $27,565 12/13/2015
Germany 11/21/2013 $41,637 150 150 150 $120,383 12/13/2015
North America 8/30/2013 $4,503,892 2130 2135 6232 $10,501,938 12/3/2014
United Kingdom 12/6/2013 $43,271 106 106 132 $80,818 12/13/2015
Rest of World $1,075,409
Worldwide Total$11,813,989 12/13/2015

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Leading Cast

   Brent Magna
   The Kid

Supporting Cast

Jon Voight    The Vocie
Rebecca Budig    Leanne
Paul Freeman    The Man
Bruce Payne    Distinguished Man
Ivailo Geraskov*    Detective
Dimo Alexiev    Henchman #1
Slavi Pavlov    Henchman #2
Deyan Angelov    Henchman #3
Head Valet    Kaloian Vodenicharov
Danko Jordanov    Car Driver
Velizar Peev    Valet
Peewee Piemonte    Thug
Esteban Cueto    Thug
Kiril Todorov    BMW Driver
Georgi Dimitrov    BMW Driver
Teodor Tzolov    BMW Driver
Kalin Kerin    BMW Driver
Ivailo Dimitrov    BMW Driver

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

Production and Technical Credits

Sean Finegan    Screenwriter
Gregg Maxwell Parker    Screenwriter
Courtney Solomon    Producer
Allan Zeman    Producer
Christopher Milburn    Producer
Moshe Diamant    Producer
Joel Silver    Executive Producer
Steve Richards    Executive Producer
Jon Goodman    Executive Producer
Dennis Pelino    Executive Producer
Claudia Bluemhuber    Executive Producer
Ian Hutchinson    Executive Producer
Julius R. Nasso    Executive Producer
Wayne Marc Godfrey    Executive Producer
Robert Jones    Executive Producer
Bobby Ranghelov    Executive Producer
Yaron Levy    Director of Photography
Ryan Dufrene    Editor
Justin Burnett    Composer
Nate Jones    Production Designer
Michelle Jones    Supervising Art Director
Stephanie Caleb    Co-Producer
Sean Finegan    Co-Producer
Shannon Makhanian    Casting
Luc Etienne    Line Producer
Nancy Kirhoffer    Post Production Producer
Sufo Evtimov    Unit Production Manager
Robin Fischella    Production Manager
Mark Ropert    1st Assistant Director
John Bert    1st Assistant Director
Asya Chakarova    2nd Assistant Director
Sylvia Asenova    2nd Assistant Director
Philip Banks    2nd Assistant Director
Christopher Aud    Sound Designer
Christopher Aud    Supervising Sound Editor
Steve Pederson    Re-recording Mixer
Myron Nettinga    Re-recording Mixer
Borislav Mihailovski    Art Director
Arta Tozzi    Art Director
Rosen Stefanov    Set Decorator
Ivelina Mineva    Set Decorator
Nikolay Dikov    Set Decorator
Charlie Picerini, Sr.    Stunt Coordinator
Kaloyan Vodenicharov    Stunt Coordinator

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