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Gone, Baby, Gone (2007)

Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $20,300,218Details
International Box Office $14,051,944Details
Worldwide Box Office $34,352,162
Home Market Performance
Est. Domestic DVD Sales $11,467,525 Details
Total Est. Domestic Video Sales $11,467,525
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  2. News
  3. Box Office
  4. International
  5. Video Sales
  6. Full Financials
  7. Cast & Crew
  8. Trailer


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Movie Details

Production Budget:$19,000,000
Domestic Releases: October 19th, 2007 (Wide) by Miramax
Video Release: February 12th, 2008 by Miramax Video, released as Gone Baby Gone
MPAA Rating: R for violence, drug content and pervasive language
Running Time: 114 minutes
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Keywords: Private Investigator
Source:Based on Fiction Book/Short Story
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: Ladd Company
Production Countries: United States

Leading Cast

   Patrick Kenzie

Supporting Cast

Michelle Monaghan    Angie Gennaro
Morgan Freeman    Jack Doyle
Ed Harris    Detective Remy Broussard
Amy Madigan    Beatrice McCready
Titus Welliver    Lionel McCready
John Ashton    Poole
Amy Ryan    Helene McCready
Michael Kenneth Williams    Devin
Edi Gathegi    Cheese
Mark Margolis    Leon Trett
Madeline O'Brien    Amanda McCready
Slaine    Bubba
Trudi Goodman    Roberta Trett
Matthew Maher    Corwin Earle
Jill Quigg    Dottie
Sean Malone    "Skinny Ray" Likanski
Brian Scannell    Lenny
Jay Giannone    Steve Penteroudakis
William Lee    Big Dave
William Marlowe    Fillmore Regular
Daniel DeMiller, Jr.    Fillmore Regular
Kenneth Butler, Jr.    Fillmore Regular
Stephen Curran    Fillmore Regular
Michael T. Blythe    Fillmore Regular
Bob J. Leary    Fillmore Regular
Mike Pusateri    Fillmore Regular
Paul Sullivan    Fillmore Regular
John McColgam    Fillmore Regular
Nicholas Donovan    Kid on Bike
Joseph Thomas-O'Brien    Kid on Bike
James LeBlanc    Chris Mullen
Mary Bounphasaysonh    Cheese's Girl
Fanshen Cox    Doyle's Secretary
Kippy Goldfarb    Francine Doyle
Elizabeth Duff    Mrs. Bressant
Cathie Callahan    Mrs. Poole
Cameron G. Henry    Johnny Pietro
Bobby Curcuro    Bobby
Kevin Molis    Officer in Procession
Robert Wahlberg    Interrogating Officer
Tom Kemp    Police Captain
Matt Podolske    Officer Riley
Joseph Flaherty    Murphy's Law Bartender
Carla Antonino    Murphy's Law Waitress
Peg Saurman Holzemer    Woman at Bar
Chelsea Ladd    Boston Girl
Josh Marchette    Dart Player
Tom McNeeley    Teamster at Bar
Paul Horn    Newscaster
Rena Maliszewski    Newscaster
Suzanne Schemm    Newscaster
Lonnie Farmer    Newscaster
Richard Snee    Newscaster
Dale Place    Newscaster
Gary Tanguay    Newscaster
Ted Reinstein    Field Reporter
Celeste Oliva    Field Reporter
Patrick Shea    Field Reporter
Lewis D. Wheeler    Field Reporter
Michelle Proude    Field Reporter
Tim Estiloz    Field Reporter
Karen Eris    Field Reporter
John Belche    Field Reporter
Raymond Alongi    West Beckett Police Officer
Joey Vacchio    State Trooper
Eamon M. Brooks    State Trooper
Vincent H. Carolan    State Trooper
Frank Sullivan    State Trooper
Karen T. Ahern    Reunited Police Officer

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

Production and Technical Credits

Ben Affleck    Screenwriter
Aaron Stockard    Screenwriter
Dennis Lehane    Story Creator
Alan Ladd, Jr.    Producer
Dan Rissner    Producer
Sean Bailey    Producer
David Crockett    Executive Producer
John Toll    Director of Photography
Sharon Seymour    Production Designer
William Goldenberg    Editor
Alix Friedberg    Costume Designer
Harry Gregson-Williams    Composer
Nic Harcourt    Music Supervisor
Chay Carter    Co-Producer
Amanda Lamb    Associate Producer
Aaron Stockard    Associate Producer
Christopher Surgent    Assistant Director
David Crockett    Unit Production Manager
Chris Cornwell    Art Director
Kyra Friedman Curcio    Set Decorator
Mike Thomas    Second Unit Camera
B. Hope Slepak*    Costume Supervisor
Michael Tronick    Additional Editor
Jim Stuebe    Sound Mixer
Jon Taylor    Re-recording Mixer
Christian P. Minkler    Re-recording Mixer
Mark P. Stoeckinger    Supervising Sound Editor
Alan Rankin    Sound Designer
Chris Hogan    Dialogue Editor
John C. Stuver    Dialogue Editor
Glynna Grimala    Dialogue Editor
Sally Boldt    Music Editor
John E. Jackson    Make up
Donna Morong    Casting Director
Nadia Aleyd    Casting Director
Carolyn Pickman    Casting Director
Jennifer McNamara    Casting Director
Cort Hessler    Stunt Coordinator

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

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February 25th, 2008

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Oscar Contest - Category Highlight - Supporting Acting Roles

February 17th, 2008

With our annual Oscar Prediction contest underway, now is the best time to look at the nominees and try and figure out who the favorites are and which films should just feel honored to be nominated. Today we look at Best Female Actor in a Supporting Role and Best Male Actor in a Supporting Role. More...

DVD Releases for February 12, 2008

February 12th, 2008

It is still early in the year, and, once more, most first run releases this week come from the second tier. That is not to say there are no quality releases, but there are no big box office hits. For instance, Gone, Baby, Gone is certainly the best movie on this week's list, and the DVD is certainly worth picking up, as is the Blu-ray to a lesser extent. However, the best of the best and the DVD Pick of the Week is the Warner Brothers Home Entertainment Academy Awards Animation Collection - Winners & Nominees. More...

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January 22nd, 2008

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December 23rd, 2007

The Screen Actors Guild nominations were announced this week, but again there were no clear front runners for the six theatrical categories. More...

Juno has Legendary Start on Per Theater Chart

December 19th, 2007

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December 13th, 2007

The Hollywood Foreign Press Association announced their Golden Globe nominations this week, but there were no truly dominate films out of the 14 theatrical categories. More...

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November 11th, 2007

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October 12th, 2007

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Domestic Cumulative Box Office Records

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2007/10/19 6 $5,501,406   1,713 $3,212   $5,501,406 1
2007/10/26 7 $3,817,451 -31% 1,713 $2,229   $11,226,975 2
2007/11/02 10 $2,237,915 -41% 1,617 $1,384   $14,786,017 3
2007/11/09 14 $1,444,394 -35% 957 $1,509   $17,044,169 4
2007/11/16 17 $813,036 -44% 530 $1,534   $18,407,770 5
2007/11/23 21 $424,016 -48% 251 $1,689   $19,110,755 6
2007/11/30 20 $387,282 -9% 404 $959   $19,598,858 7
2007/12/07 23 $227,696 -41% 301 $756   $19,964,720 8
2007/12/14 32 $95,850 -58% 146 $657   $20,153,993 9
2007/12/21 39 $30,172 -69% 66 $457   $20,232,393 10
2007/12/28 45 $30,044 n/c 45 $668   $20,285,084 11

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2007/10/19 6 $1,944,000   1,713 $1,135   $1,944,000 1
2007/10/20 6 $2,278,000 +17% 1,713 $1,330   $4,222,000 2
2007/10/21 7 $1,279,000 -44% 1,713 $747   $5,501,406 3
2007/10/22 5 $460,000 -64% 1,713 $269   $5,961,000 4
2007/10/23 5 $545,000 +18% 1,713 $318   $6,506,000 5
2007/10/24 5 $465,000 -15% 1,713 $271   $6,971,000 6
2007/10/25 6 $420,000 -10% 1,713 $245   $7,409,524 7
2007/10/26 7 $1,240,000 +195% 1,713 $724   $8,650,000 8
2007/10/27 7 $1,660,000 +34% 1,713 $969   $10,310,000 9
2007/10/28 8 $920,000 -45% 1,713 $537   $11,226,975 10
2007/10/29 7 $305,000 -67% 1,713 $178   $11,532,000 11
2007/10/30 5 $334,000 +10% 1,713 $195   $11,866,000 12
2007/10/31 6 $359,000 +7% 1,713 $210   $12,225,000 13
2007/11/01 5 $337,000 -6% 1,713 $197   $12,548,102 14
2007/11/02 10 $657,000 +95% 1,617 $406   $13,205,000 15
2007/11/03 10 $1,083,000 +65% 1,617 $670   $14,288,000 16
2007/11/04 10 $498,000 -54% 1,617 $308   $14,786,017 17
2007/11/05 9 $175,000 -65% 1,617 $108   $14,961,017 18
2007/11/06 8 $235,000 +34% 1,617 $145   $15,201,000 19
2007/11/07 7 $215,000 -9% 1,617 $133   $15,416,000 20
2007/11/08 9 $205,000 -5% 1,617 $127   $15,599,775 21
2007/11/09 - $403,000 +97% 957 $421   $16,003,000 22
2007/11/13 10 $125,000   957 $131   $17,369,000 26
2008/01/01 - $7,256   45 $161   $20,300,218 75

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2007/10/19 5 $7,409,524   1,713 $4,325   $7,409,524 1
2007/10/26 7 $5,138,578 -31% 1,713 $3,000   $12,548,102 2
2007/11/02 10 $3,051,673 -41% 1,617 $1,887   $15,599,775 3
2007/11/09 13 $1,994,959 -35% 957 $2,085   $17,594,734 4
2007/11/16 21 $1,092,005 -45% 530 $2,060   $18,686,739 5
2007/11/23 21 $524,837 -52% 251 $2,091   $19,211,576 6
2007/11/30 20 $525,448 n/c 404 $1,301   $19,737,024 7
2007/12/07 24 $321,119 -39% 301 $1,067   $20,058,143 8
2007/12/14 31 $144,078 -55% 146 $987   $20,202,221 9
2007/12/21 49 $52,819 -63% 66 $800   $20,255,040 10
2007/12/28 52 $45,178 -14% 45 $1,004   $20,300,218 11

International Cumulative Box Office Records

Worldwide Cumulative Box Office Records

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
2/17/20085278,030 278,030$4,940,593$4,940,5931
2/24/20089110,359-60% 388,389$2,036,124$6,976,7172
3/2/20082774,399-33% 462,788$1,374,150$8,350,8663

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