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The Hurricane Heist (2018)

The Hurricane Heist
Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $6,115,824Details
International Box Office $8,732,700Details
Worldwide Box Office $14,848,524
Further financial details...

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  7. Cast & Crew
  8. Trailer

Synopsis

A crew of thieves plans the ultimate heist, to steal $600 million from the U.S. treasury facility located on the Gulf Coast of Alabama using a hurricane as their cover. When the storm blows up into a lethal CATEGORY 5 and their well-made plans go awry, they find themselves needing a vault code known only by one female Treasury Agent, a need that turns murderous. But the Treasury agent has picked up an unlikely ally, a meteorologist terrified of hurricanes but determined to save his estranged brother kidnapped by the thieves. He uses his knowledge of the storm as a weapon to defeat the bad guys in this non-stop action/thriller.

Metrics

Latest Ranking on Cumulative Box Office Lists

RecordRankAmount
All Time Domestic Box Office (Rank 5,601-5,700) 5,674 $6,115,824
All Time International Box Office (Rank 3,801-3,900) 3,812 $8,732,700
All Time Worldwide Box Office (Rank 5,201-5,300) 5,297 $14,848,524

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


Movie Details

Production Budget:$40,000,000
Domestic Releases: March 9th, 2018 (Wide) by Entertainment Studios Motion Pictures
International Releases: March 2nd, 2018 (Wide) (France)
March 8th, 2018 (Wide), released as ОГРАБЛЕНИЕ В УРАГАН (Russia (CIS))
March 8th, 2018 (Wide) (South Korea)
March 9th, 2018 (Wide), released as Категория 5 (Bulgaria)
March 9th, 2018 (Wide), released as Apiplėšimas uragano akyje (Lithuania)
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Video Release: May 29th, 2018 by Lionsgate Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for sequences of gun violence, action, destruction, language and some suggestive material.
(Rating bulletin 2500 (Cert #51161), 11/1/2017)
Running Time: 103 minutes
Comparisons: vs. Den of Thieves
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Keywords: Heist, Extreme Weather, Hackers, Same Role, Multiple Actors
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Thriller/Suspense
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: Foresight Unlimited, Parkside Pictures, Windfall Productions, Signature Pictures, RSVP Entertainment, Head Gear Films, Metrol Technology, Lipsync Productions, Double Negative Films
Production Countries: United States

Leading Cast

   Will
   Casey

Supporting Cast

Ryan Kwanten    Breeze
Ralph Ineson    Perkins
Melissa Bolona    Sasha
James Cutler*    Clement Rice
Ben Cross    Dixon
James Barriscale    Deputy Michaels
Mark 'Rhino' Smith    Deputy Baldwin
Natacha Karam    Cassie
Jimmy Walker    Xander Rice
Leonardo Dickens    Young Will
Luke Judy    Young Will
Stuart McQuarrie    Niles
Christian Contreras    Moreno
Ed Birch    Frears

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

Production and Technical Credits

   Director
Jeff Dixon    Screenwriter
Scott Windhauser    Screenwriter
Anthony Fingleton    Story by
Carlos Davis    Story by
Karen Baldwin    Producer
Moshe Diamant    Producer
Christopher Milburn    Producer
Danny Roth    Producer
William J. Immerman    Producer
Rob Cohen    Producer
Mark Damon    Producer
Michael Tadross, Jr.    Producer
Damiano Tucci    Producer
Byron Allen    Executive Producer
Carolyn Folks    Executive Producer
Jennifer Lucas    Executive Producer
Terence Hill    Executive Producer
Mark Borde    Executive Producer
Chris Charalambous    Executive Producer
Mark Devitre    Executive Producer
Carlos Davis    Executive Producer
Anthony Fingleton    Executive Producer
Alastair Burlingham    Executive Producer
Charlie Dombek    Executive Producer
Tamara Birkemoe    Executive Producer
Jenna Sanz-Agero    Executive Producer
Christopher Conover*    Executive Producer
Norman Merry    Executive Producer
Peter Hampden    Executive Producer
Namit Malhotra    Executive Producer
Greg Gavanski    Executive Producer
Phil Hunt    Executive Producer
Compton Ross    Executive Producer
Gabriel Georgiev    Line Producer
Shelly Johnson    Director of Photography
Kess Bonnett    Production Designer
Niven Howie    Editor
Irina Kotcheva    Costume Designer
Lorne Balfe    Composer
Nancy Foy    Casting Director
Kate Dowd    Casting Director

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Weekend Wrap-Up

March 20th, 2018

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Weekend Wrap-Up: Black Panther and Wrinkle in Time have Record-Breaking Weekend

March 13th, 2018

Black Panther

For the first time ever, the top two films at the weekend box office were both directed by African-American directors. That’s amazing and should be the big story. Unfortunately for A Wrinkle in Time, the big story is Black Panther’s continued box office dominance, as that film earned first place over Wrinkle with $40.82 million to $33.12 million. Disney should be happy with both results. The only other new release that didn’t bomb was The Strangers: Prey at Night, which earned third place with $10.40 million, which is excellent for a low-budget horror movie. The less said about The Hurricane Heist and Gringo, the better. Overall, the box office fell 8.3% from last weekend to $138 million. Compared to this weekend last year, the box office fell 16%. Year-to-date, 2018 has earned $2.27 billion, which is still 8.3% or $170 million ahead of 2017’s pace. That lead could be cut in half by this time next week. More...

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March 11th, 2018

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The Hurricane Heist Trailer

February 1st, 2018

Action movie starring Toby Kebbell and Maggie Grace, opens March 9 ... Full Movie Details. More...

Domestic Cumulative Box Office Records


Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2018/03/09 9 $3,024,399   2,402 $1,259   $3,024,399 1
2018/03/16 15 $1,033,246 -66% 2,283 $453   $5,369,167 2
2018/03/23 30 $105,721 -90% 128 $826   $6,007,678 3
2018/03/30 47 $32,276 -69% 36 $897   $6,086,529 4
2018/04/06 84 $2,335 -93% 8 $292   $6,105,309 5
2018/04/13 84 $2,085 -11% 8 $261   $6,108,470 6
2018/04/20 92 $1,058 -49% 5 $212   $6,110,241 7
2018/04/27 88 $1,148 +9% 5 $230   $6,112,145 8
2018/05/04 81 $2,415 +110% 3 $805   $6,114,713 9

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2018/03/09 9 $947,321   2,402 $394   $947,321 1
2018/03/10 10 $1,234,891 +30% 2,402 $514   $2,182,212 2
2018/03/11 9 $842,187 -32% 2,402 $351   $3,024,399 3
2018/03/12 10 $313,879 -63% 2,402 $131   $3,338,278 4
2018/03/13 9 $447,681 +43% 2,402 $186   $3,785,959 5
2018/03/14 10 $314,099 -30% 2,402 $131   $4,100,058 6
2018/03/15 10 $235,863 -25% 2,402 $98   $4,335,921 7
2018/03/16 15 $296,057 +26% 2,283 $130   $4,631,978 8
2018/03/17 15 $427,318 +44% 2,283 $187   $5,059,296 9
2018/03/18 14 $309,871 -27% 2,283 $136   $5,369,167 10
2018/03/19 15 $126,794 -59% 2,283 $56   $5,495,961 11
2018/03/20 14 $170,899 +35% 2,283 $75   $5,666,860 12
2018/03/21 13 $136,349 -20% 2,283 $60   $5,803,209 13
2018/03/22 15 $98,748 -28% 2,283 $43   $5,901,957 14
2018/03/23 - $29,299 -70% 128 $229   $5,931,256 15
2018/03/24 - $49,823 +70% 128 $389   $5,981,079 16
2018/03/25 - $26,599 -47% 128 $208   $6,007,678 17
2018/03/26 - $12,462 -53% 128 $97   $6,020,140 18
2018/03/27 - $14,587 +17% 128 $114   $6,034,727 19
2018/03/28 - $9,814 -33% 128 $77   $6,044,541 20
2018/03/29 - $9,712 -1% 128 $76   $6,054,253 21
2018/03/30 - $10,701 +10% 36 $297   $6,064,954 22
2018/03/31 - $13,998 +31% 36 $389   $6,078,952 23
2018/04/01 - $7,577 -46% 36 $210   $6,086,529 24
2018/04/02 - $4,046 -47% 36 $112   $6,090,575 25
2018/04/03 - $3,775 -7% 36 $105   $6,094,350 26
2018/04/04 - $4,173 +11% 36 $116   $6,098,523 27
2018/04/05 - $4,451 +7% 36 $124   $6,102,974 28
2018/04/06 - $652 -85% 36 $18   $6,103,626 29
2018/04/07 - $1,043 +60% 8 $130   $6,104,669 30
2018/04/08 - $640 -39% 8 $80   $6,105,309 31
2018/04/09 - $246 -62% 8 $31   $6,105,555 32
2018/04/10 - $344 +40% 8 $43   $6,105,899 33
2018/04/11 - $243 -29% 8 $30   $6,106,142 34
2018/04/12 - $243 n/c 8 $30   $6,106,385 35
2018/04/13 - $389 +60% 8 $49   $6,106,774 36
2018/04/14 - $949 +144% 8 $119   $6,107,723 37
2018/04/15 - $747 -21% 8 $93   $6,108,470 38
2018/04/16 - $211 -72% 8 $26   $6,108,681 39
2018/04/17 - $211 n/c 8 $26   $6,108,892 40
2018/04/18 - $128 -39% 8 $16   $6,109,020 41
2018/04/19 - $163 +27% 8 $20   $6,109,183 42
2018/04/20 - $368 +126% 5 $74   $6,109,551 43
2018/04/21 - $225 -39% 5 $45   $6,109,776 44
2018/04/22 - $465 +107% 5 $93   $6,110,241 45
2018/04/23 - $75 -84% 5 $15   $6,110,316 46
2018/04/24 - $143 +91% 5 $29   $6,110,459 47
2018/04/25 - $320 +124% 5 $64   $6,110,779 48
2018/04/26 - $218 -32% 5 $44   $6,110,997 49
2018/04/27 - $392 +80% 5 $78   $6,111,389 50
2018/04/28 - $584 +49% 5 $117   $6,111,973 51
2018/04/29 - $172 -71% 5 $34   $6,112,145 52
2018/05/03 - $153   5 $31   $6,112,298 56
2018/05/04 - $614 +301% 3 $205   $6,112,912 57
2018/05/05 - $803 +31% 3 $268   $6,113,715 58
2018/05/06 - $998 +24% 3 $333   $6,114,713 59
2018/05/07 - $282 -72% 3 $94   $6,114,995 60
2018/05/08 - $363 +29% 3 $121   $6,115,358 61
2018/05/09 - $187 -48% 3 $62   $6,115,545 62
2018/05/10 - $279 +49% 3 $93   $6,115,824 63

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2018/03/09 9 $4,335,921   2,402 $1,805   $4,335,921 1
2018/03/16 15 $1,566,036 -64% 2,283 $686   $5,901,957 2
2018/03/23 34 $152,296 -90% 128 $1,190   $6,054,253 3
2018/03/30 45 $48,721 -68% 36 $1,353   $6,102,974 4
2018/04/06 83 $3,411 -93% 8 $426   $6,106,385 5
2018/04/13 85 $2,798 -18% 8 $350   $6,109,183 6
2018/04/20 90 $1,814 -35% 5 $363   $6,110,997 7
2018/04/27 94 $1,301 -28% 5 $260   $6,112,298 8
2018/05/04 84 $3,526 +171% 3 $1,175   $6,115,824 9

Box Office Summary Per Territory

Territory Release
Date
Opening
Weekend
Opening
Weekend
Theaters
Maximum
Theaters
Theatrical
Engagements
Total
Box Office
Report
Date
Brazil 6/8/2018 $412,407 0 0 0 $412,407 6/15/2018
Bulgaria 3/9/2018 $18,597 0 0 0 $63,966 4/11/2018
France 3/2/2018 $958,849 0 0 0 $1,628,209 6/13/2018
Lithuania 3/9/2018 $18,584 65 65 99 $33,559 4/4/2018
Mexico 4/6/2018 $1,423,973 0 0 0 $3,046,013 4/23/2018
Netherlands 4/6/2018 $175,878 87 87 242 $458,079 4/23/2018
Poland 4/13/2018 $37,675 0 0 0 $37,675 6/3/2018
Portugal 3/9/2018 $105,204 57 57 155 $233,919 4/11/2018
Russia (CIS) 3/8/2018 $503,155 658 658 1108 $679,800 6/15/2018
South Korea 3/8/2018 $0 0 544 831 $1,612,524 4/27/2018
Spain 5/11/2018 $162,703 203 203 487 $331,830 6/7/2018
Turkey 6/1/2018 $74,727 218 218 362 $161,825 6/11/2018
United Kingdom 4/6/2018 $32,894 57 57 57 $32,894 4/11/2018
 
International Total$8,732,700 6/15/2018

International Cumulative Box Office Records


Worldwide Cumulative Box Office Records


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