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Hide and Seek (2005)

Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $51,100,486Details
International Box Office $72,596,255Details
Worldwide Box Office $123,696,741
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Latest Ranking on Cumulative Box Office Lists

All Time Domestic Box Office (Rank 1,601-1,700) 1,608 $51,100,486
All Time International Box Office (Rank 1,101-1,200) 1,171 $72,596,255
All Time Worldwide Box Office (Rank 1,201-1,300) 1,244 $123,696,741
All Time Domestic Box Office for R Movies (Rank 401-500) 474 $51,100,486
All Time International Box Office for R Movies (Rank 201-300) 292 $72,596,255
All Time Worldwide Box Office for R Movies (Rank 301-400) 324 $123,696,741

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

Movie Details

Production Budget:$25,000,000
Domestic Releases: January 28th, 2005 (Wide) by 20th Century Fox
Video Release: July 5th, 2005 by Fox Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: R for frightening sequences and violence
Running Time: 100 minutes
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Keywords: Surprise Twist
Source:Original Screenplay
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Countries: United States

Ranking on other Records and Milestones

Days In
Fastest to $50m 1,290 $50,111,838 Feb 25, 2005 35
Super Bowl (All Movies, 3-Day) 47 $8,906,932 Feb 4, 2005 10
Super Bowl (All Movies, 3-Day, Inflation Adjusted) 53 $12,464,147 Feb 4, 2005 10
Biggest Domestic January Weekend 65 $21,959,233 Jan 28, 2005 3
Top Thriller/Suspense Weekend Domestic 94 $21,959,233 Jan 28, 2005 3

Leading Cast

   Emily Callaway

Supporting Cast

Robert De Niro    Dr. David Callaway
Famke Janssen    Katherine
Elisabeth Shue    Elizabeth
Amy Irving    Alison
Dylan Baker    Sheriff Hafferty
Melissa Leo    Laura

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

Production and Technical Credits

Ari Schlossberg    Screenwriter
Barry Josephson    Producer
Joe Caracciolo, Jr.    Executive Producer
Dana Robin    Co-Producer
John Rogers    Co-Producer
Dariusz Wolski    Cinematographer
Jeffrey Ford    Editor
John Ottman    Composer
Steven Jordan    Production Designer
Dennis Bradford    Art Director
Emily Beck    Art Director
Beth Kushnick    Set Decorator
Aude Bronson-Howard    Costume Designer
Tom Nelson    Sound Mixer
Erik Aadahl    Sound Designer
G. A. Aguilar    Stunt Coordinator
Steve Kirshoff    Special Effects Coordinator
Tom Reilly    Assistant Director
Amanda Mackey Johnson*    Casting Director
Cathy Sandrich    Casting Director
Mildred Iatrou Morgan*    Dialogue Editor

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

Constantine has Commanding Lead as Holdovers Wilt

July 30th, 2005

Constatine captured top spot on the home market taking first place on the DVD rentals, ($9.23 million); VHS rentals, ($930,000); and DVD sales, (no numbers announced.) And while the film's combined rentals of $10.17 million was a strong performance, the rest of the top five weren't so lucky. More...

Baby Scores a Knockout Punch

July 23rd, 2005

To call Million Dollar Baby's debut on the home market a knockout is very apt. Perhaps too apt. Not only did the film easily win the week with $12.42 million in combined rentals, every other film in the top five saw serious drop-offs, sending the overall market sharply downwards. More...

Seeking for Number One

July 16th, 2005

It looks like the home market is starting to recover from its extended slump as Hide & Seek was the number one with $11.71 million in combined rentals, $10.55 million from DVDs and $1.16 million from VHS. The film was also the number one selling DVD this week, but no figures were released. More...

DVD Releases for July 5, 2005

July 4th, 2005

Every week films get a second chance at success from the home market; or, in some cases, a first chance at success. Here is a list of wide releases, limited releases, classics and a few from the growing TV on DVD section. Usually the first week of the month is the busiest, but not this month. However, just because it's a slow week doesn't mean there isn't a well deserving film for the DVD pick of the week, namely Bride and Prejudice - Buy from Amazon. More...

Calm Before the Storm

May 22nd, 2005

It was another slow weekend for international details as few studios were brave enough, or foolish enough to try and squeeze in a release between Kingdom of Heaven and Revenge of the Sith. It was hard to find many films that earned more than $1 million over the weekend and most of the activity came from smaller releases in midlevel markets. Next weekend there could be even fewer details as Revenge of the Sith should dominate every market, but after that the summer blockbuster season should be in full swing and things should pick up. More...

Kingdom's Reign Cruel to Competition

May 16th, 2005

The summer got off to a really, really slow start international this week and while Kingdom of Heaven didn't wasn't quite the blockbuster most people were looking for, it did cannibalized what little box office there was. There were a few local films to make noise, including Negotiator: Bayside Shakedown 3, which easily topped the Japanese market with $5,275,685 on just 280 for a huge $18,842 per screen average. More...

Slow Dancing to $100 million

May 8th, 2005

Golden Week helped Shall We Dance? climb 19% to $2,250,195 for the weekend and $7,270,348 during its run. The film now has $90.3 million internationally and could break $100 million if it continues to show strong legs in Japan. More...

International: Constantine Continues to Climb

May 1st, 2005

It was a good news, bad news kind of weekend for Constantine. The film remained in top spot in Japan with $2,330,027 on 349 screens for a $9,011,671 running tally in the market. Bad news, it dropped 37% during its second weekend in the market, which is really steep for Japan. Overall the film brought in $3 million on 1,200 screens in 40 markets for a international box office of $136.4 million. More...

Hitch still Connecting with Moviegoers

April 24th, 2005

Hitch is just coasting on holdovers now, and will be until it opens in Japan at the beginning of June. This week it added $5.1 million from 3000 screens in 55 markets to its already impressive $170.4 million international total and with soft week to week drop-offs and a good showing in Japan and it will have a $200 million future. This week the film added $643,359 in its fifth weekend in France for a $12,785,670 total in the market, $110,000 in its second weekend in Argentina, (rising to first place in the meantime) as well as other, smaller markets. More...

International Box Office Busier than Weekend Before

April 17th, 2005

The Pacifier finally debut across Australia after playing in Queensland and Victoria for the past two weeks; the massive expansion allowed the film to climb to first place with $1.125 million on 267 screens. That lifted its total in the market to $3.41 million so far and the film should have strong legs. Add to that its $1.75 million opening in Spain and $590,000 in Belgium and the film managed $4.1 million over the weekend, which doubled its early total to $8.1 million. More...

France's $5 Million Baby

April 3rd, 2005

Million Dollar Baby performed brilliantly this week earning $8.8 million for an international total of $60 million, placing fourth on the international box office charts. In France the film dominated the marketplace with $4.94 million on 450 screens and in Germany the film earned $760,000 in semi-limited release (120 screens) for the best per screen average in the market. On the other hand, the film flopped in Slovakia where it missed the top ten in its debut. On the holdover front, the multi-Oscar winning front saw its weekend haul climb by 20% in Spain to $980,000 and it's still doing well in Australia, Italy and South Korea. More...

Baby Still Earning Millions

March 27th, 2005

Million Dollar Baby has again slipped off the radar screen, but we do know it hit $52 million internationally, which means it made $9 million during the week. The film didn't earn $1 million in any single market, but is still doing strong in South Korea, ($970,000), Spain, ($840,000), Italy, ($600,000) and Australia, ($350,000.) Best estimate has the film earning just shy of $5 million of that over the weekend and taking sixth place on the international box office charts. More...

Hitch Tops 2005 Charts

March 16th, 2005

Not only is Hitch the undisputed champion of 2005 for the domestic market, it is also the new number one worldwide, topping Howl's Moving Castle $216.5 million to $211.9 million. And with $28.1 million this weekend on 4,600 screens in 40 markets, the film sits at $66.0 million internationally and could become the first film from 2005 to reach the $100 million milestone on the international scene. The film's biggest opening of the weekend came from the U.K., where it racked up $8.1 million including sneak peaks, which represented more than 50% of total box office in the market. Add in first place debuts in Italy with $2.5 million on 300, Belgium with $820,000 on 57, Netherlands with $670,000 on 93 and $225,000 on 16 screens in the U.E.A. The film also performed admirably in South Korea with a third place, $1.4 million weekend on 175 screens. Notable holdovers include its $6.3 million in Germany, down less than 30% to $17.2 million in that market alone and $1.83 million in Australia, down 34% and still first place in both markets. The film was also first place in Scandinavia, but exact numbers are currently unavailable. More...

Hitching a Ride

March 9th, 2005

We have a new number one at the international box office this week, as Hitch has expanded into 19 more markets, with number one debuts in all but one; it added $21.1 million on 3,000 screens in 25 markets to its early $29.6 million total. Its biggest debut came in Germany, where Will Smith is a huge box office draw; the film brought in $8.8 million on 905 screens, becoming the biggest opening ever for a Romantic Comedy. The film also did amazing business in other German speaking markets (Austria and Switzerland), plus Australia at $2.76 million, making it the biggest opening of the year in all four markets. The only market it failed to crack the top spot was Spain, where it went head to head with Hide & Seek and narrowly missing top spot with 2.56 million on 373 screens. It should be pointed out that horror films do particularly well in Spain, so this result is not unexpected. One last note, the film also debuted in London on one screen earning $101,395. More...

Seems Like Fockers have Finished First Forever

March 2nd, 2005

Meet the Fockers maintained their hold on the international box office crown with $20.8 million on 4200 screens in 48 markets for a running tally of $184.7 million. The film opened in only one market, New Zealand, which is strange since the film has been playing in Australia since Christmas. Like Canada and the U.S., most films tend to open in Australia and New Zealand on the same day, and it looks like the delay hurt the film's box office as $524,000 on 53 screens was lower than expected. The film maintained its pole position in several larger markets including Germany, where the film dropped just 15% to $5.0 million and Austria down just 7% to $1.0 million. More...

Twelve Tops the Best of the Rest

February 27th, 2005

Ocean's Twelve may have dropped out of the top five, but it is still going strong with $4.5 million on 1400 screens in 35 markets for an international box office of $225.8 million so far. No new openings means the heist film had to rely on holdovers likes its $2.5 million during its third weekend in the U.K. and $1.4 million during its fifth week of release in Japan, finishing second in both those markets. More...

French Film Finishes Fifth

February 20th, 2005

Iznogoud: Calife a la place du calife, a movie based on a Asterix and Obelix spin off of sorts, dominated the French box office taking in $7.1 million, more than double the second place film and more than a third of the top ten total. It is also enough to push it into the Top Five on the international scene, dropping Finding Neverland into sixth place. Unfortunately, like the several films made in the Asterix and Obelix series, this one is unlikely to make much of an impact outside the French speaking markets. More...

Milestone Weekend for Fockers

February 16th, 2005

Meet the Fockers easily topped the international marketplace while surpassing the $100 million milestone internationally. The film's biggest box office was in Italy where the film brought in $5.9 million on 497 screens, more than double what the original opened with. The film is also opened well in several mid-level markets like Greece where the film took in $650,000 on 59 screens and $790,000 on 94 screens in Holland. Add in strong holdovers in the U.K. ($5.6 million down just 36%) and Spain, ($3.4 million down just 27%) and it all adds up to a $20.2 million on 2500 screens in 25 markets for an international total $114 million. More...

Super Bowl doesn't Stunt the Weekend Box Office

February 7th, 2005

With two new releases going up against the media juggernaut that is the Super Bowl, everyone was expecting at least one movie to flop hard, but that didn't happen. Granted, the weekend box office was down 16.8% from last weekend, but that wasn't as steep a drop as expected. Comparisons to last year are a less accurate as Super Bowl happened a weekend earlier. Compared the last year this weekend was down 8.3%, but compared to last Super Bowl weekend, it was up 8.0% More...

This Weekend Looks Anything But Super

February 4th, 2005

Super Bowl weekend is usually a horror story for theaters as most people stay at home to watch the game, or at least soak in the hype surrounding the game. The big game is such a threat to the box office that the Super Bowl Weekend is historically the third worst weekend of the year, (the Post Labor Day and Post Thanksgiving weekends being numbers one and two respectively). This year, two films are being released with two different strategies for success. More...

I Guess that Snowstorm Really did Hurt the Box Office

January 31st, 2005

January ended on an amazing note, with most of the top five beating expectations. This led to huge increases of 26.4% from last weekend and 29.6% from last year. But there is some bad news. Firstly, last weekend the box office was pushed down because of the snowstorm and secondly, last year the box office was pushed down because of the Super Bowl. However, even taking those into account this was still a good weekend, and 2005 is off to a great start - up more than 12%, for an early $75 million lead on 2004. More...

January Ends on a Scary Note

January 28th, 2005

Two new Horror movies open this weekend. However, the scariest part about the films could be their Rotten Tomatoes scores, as they are currently earning just 13 and 65. On the plus side, several Oscar Nominated films are earning serious expansions and should figure in the top five. More...

Theater Counts

January 27th, 2005

Hide & Seek makes the biggest debut this weekend, opening in an impressive 3,005 theaters. Whether that's enough to secure top spot depends largely on the performance of The Aviator. The Oscar front-runner expands into 2,503 theaters, and should get a nice bounce from its nominations earlier this week. More...

Movie Website Launches for January 21 - January 27

January 27th, 2005

During the past week promotional websites for several movies were launched and some older ones added additional content. Here the list of this week's releases, a couple of new sites and a few updates, including this week's winner, The Wedding Date - Official Site. If you know of any new movie websites not on this list feel free to e-mail me with the details. More...

Movie Websites Launches for January 14 - January 20

January 20th, 2005

During the past week promotional websites for several movies were launched and some older ones added additional content. Here the list of this week's releases, a couple of new sites and few updates, including this week's winner, Fantastic Four - Official Site. If you know of any new movie websites not on this list feel free to e-mail me with the details. More...

2005 Preview: January

January 1st, 2005

January is one of two main dumping grounds for bad movies on the calendar, September being the other one. And while the average box office is lower in September the quality of films has been dropping for a while so by comparison September's entries don't feel so bad. January, on the other hand, comes after the best month in terms of Box Office and Award Season combined. Throughout December the quality of films builds to a crescendo and then it suddenly falls flat. More...

Movie Websites Launches for November 5 - November 11

November 10th, 2004

During the past week promotional websites for several movies were launched and some older ones added additional content. Here the list of this week's releases, a couple of new sites and few updates, including this week's winner Closer - Official Site. If you know of any new movie websites not on this list feel free to e-mail me with the details. More...

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Domestic Cumulative Box Office Records

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2005/01/28 1 $21,959,233   3,005 $7,308   $21,959,233 1
2005/02/04 4 $8,906,932 -59% 3,005 $2,964   $35,714,609 2
2005/02/11 7 $5,408,477 -39% 2,525 $2,142   $43,410,777 3
2005/02/18 12 $2,631,246 -51% 1,779 $1,479   $47,918,910 4
2005/02/25 18 $971,177 -63% 1,254 $774   $49,825,766 5
2005/03/04 27 $262,641 -73% 339 $775   $50,374,479 6
2005/03/11 44 $82,319 -69% 151 $545   $50,526,655 7
2005/03/18 46 $76,089 -8% 138 $551   $50,634,087 8
2005/03/25 38 $90,389 +19% 159 $568   $50,754,293 9
2005/04/01 39 $74,575 -17% 137 $544   $50,881,537 10
2005/04/08 44 $66,778 -10% 124 $539   $50,977,319 11
2005/04/15 48 $48,981 -27% 97 $505   $51,046,989 12
2005/04/22 65 $20,790 -58% 48 $433   $51,079,668 13
2005/04/29 80 $9,331 -55% 23 $406   $51,097,664 14

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2005/01/28 1 $7,800,000   3,005 $2,596   $7,800,000 1
2005/01/29 1 $8,770,407 +12% 3,005 $2,919   $16,602,716 2
2005/01/30 1 $5,356,517 -39% 3,005 $1,783   $21,959,233 3
2005/01/31 1 $1,384,000 -74% 3,005 $461   $23,343,000 4
2005/02/01 1 $1,271,000 -8% 3,005 $423   $24,614,000 5
2005/02/02 1 $1,123,000 -12% 3,005 $374   $25,737,000 6
2005/02/03 1 $1,070,000 -5% 3,005 $356   $26,807,677 7
2005/02/04 3 $3,000,000 +180% 3,005 $998   $29,800,000 8
2005/02/05 4 $4,350,714 +45% 3,005 $1,448   $34,278,015 9
2005/02/06 5 $1,436,594 -67% 3,005 $478   $35,714,609 10
2005/02/07 4 $653,000 -55% 3,005 $217   $36,368,000 11
2005/02/08 4 $577,000 -12% 3,005 $192   $36,945,000 12
2005/02/09 4 $511,000 -11% 3,005 $170   $37,456,000 13
2005/02/10 4 $546,000 +7% 3,005 $182   $38,002,000 14
2005/02/11 6 $1,400,000 +156% 2,525 $554   $39,400,000 15
2005/02/12 6 $2,492,684 +78% 2,525 $987   $42,011,238 16
2005/02/13 6 $1,399,539 -44% 2,525 $554   $43,410,777 17
2005/02/14 4 $873,000 -38% 2,525 $346   $44,283,000 18
2005/02/15 5 $362,000 -59% 2,525 $143   $44,645,000 19
2005/02/16 6 $313,000 -14% 2,525 $124   $44,959,000 20
2005/02/17 8 $329,000 +5% 2,525 $130   $45,288,000 21
2005/02/21 14 $375,721   1,779 $211   $48,294,631 25

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2005/01/28 1 $26,807,677   3,005 $8,921   $26,807,677 1
2005/02/04 5 $11,194,623 -58% 3,005 $3,725   $38,002,300 2
2005/02/11 6 $7,285,364 -35% 2,525 $2,885   $45,287,664 3
2005/02/18 12 $3,566,925 -51% 1,779 $2,005   $48,854,589 4
2005/02/25 18 $1,257,249 -65% 1,254 $1,003   $50,111,838 5
2005/03/04 28 $332,498 -74% 339 $981   $50,444,336 6
2005/03/11 44 $113,662 -66% 151 $753   $50,557,998 7
2005/03/18 48 $105,906 -7% 138 $767   $50,663,904 8
2005/03/25 40 $143,058 +35% 159 $900   $50,806,962 9
2005/04/01 39 $103,579 -28% 137 $756   $50,910,541 10
2005/04/08 45 $87,467 -16% 124 $705   $50,998,008 11
2005/04/15 51 $60,870 -30% 97 $628   $51,058,878 12
2005/04/22 66 $29,455 -52% 48 $614   $51,088,333 13
2005/04/29 83 $12,153 -59% 23 $528   $51,100,486 14

International Cumulative Box Office Records

Worldwide Cumulative Box Office Records

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