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Hulk (2003)

Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $132,177,234Details
International Box Office $112,898,200Details
Worldwide Box Office $245,075,434
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Metrics

Latest Ranking on Cumulative Box Office Lists

RecordRankAmount
All Time Domestic Box Office (Rank 401-500) 430 $132,177,234
All Time International Box Office (Rank 701-800) 747 $112,898,200
All Time Worldwide Box Office (Rank 501-600) 576 $245,075,434
All Time Domestic Box Office for Super Hero Movies 53 $132,177,234
All Time International Box Office for Super Hero Movies 60 $112,898,200
All Time Worldwide Box Office for Super Hero Movies 57 $245,075,434

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


Movie Details

Production Budget:$137,000,000
Domestic Releases: June 20th, 2003 (Wide) by Universal
Video Release: October 28th, 2003 by Universal Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for sci-fi action violence, some disturbing images and brief partial nudity
Running Time: 138 minutes
Franchise: Hulk
Comparisons: vs. Spider-Man
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Keywords: Marvel Comics, Visual Effects, Split Screen
Source:Based on Comic/Graphic Novel
Genre:Action
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Super Hero
Production Companies: Universal Pictures, Marvel Studios, Valhalla Motion Pictures, Good Machine
Production Countries: United States

Ranking on other Records and Milestones

RecordRankAmountChart
Date
Days In
Release
Independence Day (All Movies, 3-Day) 149 $8,227,520 Jul 4, 2003 17
Independence Day (All Movies, 3-Day, Inflation Adjusted) 184 $12,238,948 Jul 4, 2003 17
Fastest to $100m 200 $100,593,300 Jun 27, 2003 10
Biggest Domestic June Weekend 19 $62,128,420 Jun 20, 2003 3
Top Action Weekend Domestic 68 $62,128,420 Jun 20, 2003 3
Top Based on Comic/Graphic Novel Weekend Domestic 48 $62,128,420 Jun 20, 2003 3
Top Live Action Weekend Domestic 93 $62,128,420 Jun 20, 2003 3
Biggest Domestic Non-Sequel Weekend 73 $62,128,420 Jun 20, 2003 3
Top Super Hero Weekend Domestic 49 $62,128,420 Jun 20, 2003 3
Top Universal Weekend Domestic 19 $62,128,420 Jun 20, 2003 3
Fastest to $50m 140 $62,128,420 Jun 20, 2003 3
Top 2003 Theater Average 42 $16,975 Jun 20, 2003 3
Top Universal Day Domestic 38 $24,879,000 Jun 20, 2003 1
Biggest Domestic June Day 48 $24,879,000 Jun 20, 2003 1

Leading Cast

   Dr. Bruce Banner

Supporting Cast

Jennifer Connelly    Betty Ross
Sam Elliott    General "Thunderbolt" Ross
Josh Lucas    Glenn Talbot
Nick Nolte    David Banner
Michael Papajohn    Technician
Brooke Langton    Jennifer Sossman
Mike Erwin    Teenage Bruce Banner

Cameos

Stan Lee    Security Guard
Lou Ferrigno    Cameo

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

Production and Technical Credits

   Director
John Turman    Screenwriter
Michael France    Screenwriter
James Schamus    Screenwriter
James Schamus    Story Creator
Stan Lee    Based on the comicbook character by
Jack Kirby    Based on the comicbook character by
Gale Anne Hurd    Producer
Avi Arad    Producer
James Schamus    Producer
Larry Franco    Producer
Stan Lee    Executive Producer
Kevin Feige    Executive Producer
Frederick Elmes    Cinematographer
Tim Squyres    Editor
Danny Elfman    Composer
Rick Heinrichs    Production Designer
John Dexter    Supervising Art Director
Greg Papalia    Art Director
Roy Barnes    Set Designer
Jim Bayliss    Set Designer
Todd Chemiawsky    Set Designer
Al Hobbs    Set Designer
Luis G. Hoyos    Set Designer
Kristen Pratt    Set Designer
Patte Strong-Lord    Set Designer
Don Woodruff    Set Designer
Marit Allen    Costume Designer
Drew Kunin    Sound
Eugene Gearty    Sound Designer
Gary Rydstrom    Sound Designer
Richard Hymns    Supervising Sound Editor
Eugene Gearty    Supervising Sound Editor
Colin Brady    Animation Supervisor
Dennis Muren    Visual Effects Supervisor
Tom Peitzman    Visual Effects Producer
David Womark    Associate Producer
Cheryl A. Tkach    Associate Producer
Artist Robinson    Assistant Director
Charlie Croughwell    Stunt Coordinator
Avy Kaufman    Casting
Ewa Sztompke-Oatfield*    Dialogue Editor

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
2003/06/20 1 $62,128,420   3,660 $16,975   $62,128,420 1
2003/06/27 2 $18,847,620 -70% 3,674 $5,130   $100,593,300 2
2003/07/04 5 $8,227,520 -56% 3,291 $2,500   $117,012,585 3
2003/07/11 9 $3,670,035 -55% 2,575 $1,425   $124,669,950 4
2003/07/18 13 $1,543,240 -58% 1,319 $1,170   $128,143,315 5
2003/07/25 18 $518,085 -66% 560 $925   $129,538,175 6
2003/08/01 23 $409,545 -21% 374 $1,095   $130,246,995 7
2003/08/08 29 $287,045 -30% 307 $935   $130,784,760 8
2003/08/15 31 $212,080 -26% 241 $880   $131,164,155 9
2003/08/22 33 $215,325 +2% 261 $825   $131,490,345 10
2003/08/29 40 $136,335 -37% 183 $745   $131,723,245 11
2003/09/05 40 $114,730 -16% 170 $675   $131,918,495 12
2003/09/12 44 $92,120 -20% 128 $720   $132,042,005 13
2003/09/19 53 $57,950 -37% 95 $610   $132,122,995 14
2003/09/26 74 $24,177 -58% 44 $549   $132,160,047 15

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2003/06/20 1 $24,879,000   3,660 $6,798   $24,879,000 1
2003/06/21 1 $21,539,100 -13% 3,660 $5,885   $46,418,100 2
2003/06/22 1 $16,305,000 -24% 3,660 $4,455   $62,128,420 3
2003/06/23 1 $6,112,000 -63% 3,660 $1,670   $68,240,420 4
2003/06/24 1 $5,070,000 -17% 3,660 $1,385   $73,310,420 5
2003/06/25 1 $4,355,000 -14% 3,660 $1,190   $77,665,420 6
2003/06/26 1 $4,079,000 -6% 3,660 $1,114   $81,746,000 7
2003/06/27 2 $5,694,700 +40% 3,674 $1,550   $87,440,700 8
2003/06/28 2 $7,403,110 +30% 3,674 $2,015   $94,843,490 9
2003/06/29 2 $5,749,810 -22% 3,674 $1,565   $100,593,300 10
2003/06/30 3 $2,461,000 -57% 3,674 $670   $103,054,300 11
2003/07/01 4 $2,131,000 -13% 3,674 $580   $105,185,300 12
2003/07/02 5 $1,645,000 -23% 3,601 $457   $106,830,300 13
2003/07/03 5 $1,928,000 +17% 3,601 $535   $108,758,300 14
2003/07/04 5 $2,122,695 +10% 3,601 $589   $110,880,995 15
2003/07/05 5 $3,537,845 +67% 3,601 $982   $114,418,840 16
2003/07/06 5 $2,566,980 -27% 3,291 $780   $117,012,585 17
2003/07/07 5 $1,152,000 -55% 3,291 $350   $118,164,585 18
2003/07/08 5 $1,201,000 +4% 3,291 $365   $119,365,585 19
2003/07/09 7 $831,000 -31% 3,291 $253   $120,196,585 20
2003/07/10 7 $803,000 -3% 3,291 $244   $120,999,585 21
2003/07/11 9 $1,107,000 +38% 2,575 $430   $122,106,585 22
2003/07/12 9 $1,455,000 +31% 2,575 $565   $123,561,585 23
2003/07/13 9 $1,081,995 -26% 2,575 $420   $124,669,950 24
2003/07/14 9 $488,000 -55% 2,575 $190   $125,157,950 25
2003/07/15 9 $502,000 +3% 2,575 $195   $125,660,000 26
2003/07/16 9 $489,000 -3% 2,575 $190   $126,149,000 27
2003/07/17 9 $451,000 -8% 2,575 $175   $126,600,000 28

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2003/06/20 1 $81,745,680   3,660 $22,335   $81,745,680 1
2003/06/27 2 $27,039,385 -67% 3,674 $7,360   $108,785,065 2
2003/07/04 6 $12,214,850 -55% 3,291 $3,712   $120,999,915 3
2003/07/11 9 $5,600,160 -54% 2,575 $2,175   $126,600,075 4
2003/07/18 13 $2,420,015 -57% 1,319 $1,835   $129,020,090 5
2003/07/25 19 $817,360 -66% 560 $1,460   $129,837,450 6
2003/08/01 22 $660,265 -19% 374 $1,765   $130,497,715 7
2003/08/08 30 $454,360 -31% 307 $1,480   $130,952,075 8
2003/08/15 35 $322,945 -29% 241 $1,340   $131,275,020 9
2003/08/22 33 $311,890 -3% 261 $1,195   $131,586,910 10
2003/08/29 42 $216,855 -30% 183 $1,185   $131,803,765 11
2003/09/05 40 $146,120 -33% 170 $860   $131,949,885 12
2003/09/12 46 $115,160 -21% 128 $900   $132,065,045 13
2003/09/19 55 $70,825 -38% 95 $746   $132,135,870 14
2003/09/26 66 $41,364 -42% 44 $940   $132,177,234 15

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