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King Arthur (2004)

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Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $51,877,963Details
International Box Office $152,000,000Details
Worldwide Box Office $203,877,963
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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:$90,000,000
Domestic Releases: July 7th, 2004 (Wide) by Walt Disney
Video Release: December 21st, 2004 by Walt Disney Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for intense battle sequences, a scene of sensuality and some language
Running Time: 126 minutes
Comparisons: vs. King Arthur: Legend of the Sword
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Source:Based on Folk Tale/Legend/Fairytale
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Historical Fiction
Production Companies: Touchstone Pictures, Jerry Bruckheimer
Production Countries: United States

Leading Cast


Supporting Cast

Stellan SkarsgĂ„rd    Cedric
Stephen Dillane    Merlin
Ray Winstone    Bors
Hugh Dancy    Galahad
Til Schweiger    Cynric
Mads Mikkelsen    Tristan
Ray Stevenson    Dagonet
Ken Stott    Marius Honorius
Charlie Creed-Miles    Ganis
Joel Edgerton    Gawain
Sean Gilder    Jols
Ivano Marescotti    Bishop Germanius
Pat Kinevane    Horton
Lorenzo De Angelis    Alecto
Stefania Orsola Garello    Fulcinia
Alan Devine    British Scout
Johnny Brennan    Lucan
David Murray    Merlin's Lieutenant
Ned Dennehy    Mental Monk
Phelim Drew    Obnoxious Monk
Des Braiden    Third Monk
Malachy McKenna    Cerdic Scout
Brian McGuinness    Cerdic Officer
Patrick Leech    Cerdic Offcier
Bosco Hogan    Bishop Decoy
David Wilmot    Woad (Killed by Lancelot)
Lochlann O'Mearnain    Roman Commander
Paul McGlinchey    Mercenary
Dessie Gallagher    Mercenary
Maria Gladziszewski    Arthur's Mother
Shane Murray-Corcoran    Young Arthur
Daire McCormack    Agustus
Dawn Bradfield    Vanora
Lesley-Ann Shaw    Scottish Village Girl
Joe McKinney    Mangled Saxon
Gerry O'Brien    Woad Advisor
Brian Condon    Cerdic Bodyguard
Donncha Crowley    Monk
Chick Allen    Saxon
Elliot Henderson-Boyle    Young Lancelot
Clive Russell    Lancelot's Father
Stephanie Putson    Lancelot's Mother
Graham McTavish    Roman Officer

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

Production and Technical Credits

David Franzoni    Screenwriter
Jerry Bruckheimer    Producer
Mike Stenson    Executive Producer
Chad Oman    Executive Producer
Ned Dowd    Executive Producer
Slawomir Idziak    Director of Photography
Dan Weil    Production Designer
Conrad Buff    Editor
Jamie Pearson    Editor
Penny Rose    Costume Designer
Hans Zimmer    Composer
Pat Sandston    Associate Producer
Morgan O'Sullivan    Associate Producer
James Flynn    Associate Producer
Bruce Moriarty    Assistant Director
Kirk Gardner    Second Unit Director
Howard Giggons    Unit Production Manager
Seamus McInerney    Unit Production Manager
Anna Rackard    Supervising Art Director
Olivia Bloch-Laine    Set Decorator
Kenneth Crouch    Costume Supervisor UK
Rhona McGuirke    Costume Supervisor Ireland
Daran Fulham    Art Director
Peter J. Devlin    Sound Mixer
Kevin O'Connell    Supervising Sound Mixer
Adrian Rhodes    Re-recording Mixer
Eddy Joseph    Supervising Sound Editor
Oliver Tarney    Sound Effects Editor
James Harrison    Sound Effects Editor
Francis Ward Lindsay    Sound Effects Editor
Sue Lenny    Sound Effects Editor
James Mather    Sound Effects Editor
Steve Schwalbe    Dialogue Editor
Iain Eyre    Dialogue Editor
Mike Higham    Music Editor
Aibhe Lemass    Makeup
Dee Corcoran    Hairstylist
Meil Corcoran    Special Make-up Effects
Ronna Kress    Casting
Michelle Guish    Casting
Nuala Moiselle    Casting Ireland
Frank Moiselle    Casting Ireland
Steve Dent    Stunt Coordinator
Neil Corbould    Special Effects Coordinator

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

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December 20th, 2004

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Dwarves Tower Above All

November 10th, 2004

It's a rare feat for a non-Hollywood film to top the international charts, but that's just what the German spoof, Seven Dwarfs, did this week. Playing in just three markets the film took in $10.6 million on under 1,000 screens. In its home market of Germany the film eased just 19% to $9.2 million; the result was not quite as good in Austria where it dropped a respectable 30% to $915,000, but it was in Switzerland where it shined - increasing 4% to $500,000. Overall the film has now made $29.0 million so far but the real test comes with increased competition from holiday fare and the ability to find an audience in non-German speaking markets. More...

Sharks Sink but Still Stay on Top

October 27th, 2004

Despite a 45% drop in its weekend haul, Shark Tale was able easily able to earn it third first place finish on the international charts. Still early in its run, the film took home $16.2 million in 4,368 theatres in 24 markets pushing its total to $80.3 million internationally. Without any openings the film relied on strong holdovers like in the U.K. where it drop 39%, in France it was off 32% and 35% in Germany. More...

Sharks do a Double-Take

October 20th, 2004

Thanks to mostly unopposed openings several more markets, Shark Tale was able to repeat as the international box office champ this week. Not only that, but its $29.6 million more than doubled its international tally prior to the start of the weekend as the film now sits at $56.2 million. The best opening of the weekend, and most likely of its international run, was in the U.K. where the film managed to take in $9.1 million, ($13.6 million if you include last week's previews.) In France the result was strong with $4.2 million but in the face of local competition, it could only manage $3.4 million in Germany. More...

Shark Attack

October 13th, 2004

With openings in nearly a dozen new markets, Shark Tale was able to take top spot on the international charts with $9.4 million in 16 markets, pushing its early total to $19.2 million internationally and over $100 million worldwide. Highlights include $4.4 million in the U.K., (including previews) and $2.05 million in Mexico. How happy the studio is with these results depends on their expectations. Compared to the average film, Shark Tale is a massive hit. But compared to Dreamworks previous digitally animated film, Shrek 2, it is a large drop. More...

Collateral Climbs to the Top

October 6th, 2004

Collateral finished first on the international charts breaking The Village's five week run on top. Although, with a weekly take of only $9.4 million in 28 markets, it has as much to do with the weakness of the competition as it does with the strength of the film itself. The largest chunk of that box office came from France, where the film earned $3.8 million. More...

Village's Population Grows

September 14th, 2004

The Village again was the weekend champ in the international box office with $15.3 million on nearly 3,500 screens in 31 markets. Highlights for the weekend include and impressive debut in Germany at $5.5 million and a less spectacular $3.1 million in Japan. The film also suffered a 55% drop-off in its second weekend in Australia while it held up much better in Brazil. So far the film has earned $63.2 million internationally and is well on its way to matching its $112 million domestic total. More...

Stuck in Neutral

September 8th, 2004

The weekend on the international scene was very much the same as last weekend, just a little bit slower. The Village was again the champ, thanks to seven openings in mostly mid-ranged markets. A $2.2 million debut in Australia was the top money earner as the film took in $9 million in 23 markets. It's international total is now $45 million and should be headed to $100 million before it is done. More...

Village Leads Limp Box Office

August 31st, 2004

As the summer box office comes to a close, The Village continues to set career best records for M. Night Shyamalan, but it's the sophomore stint drop-offs that the real story. The previously mentioned career best openings were in Belgium, Sweden and Norway totaled $2.6 million, but at the same time saw its U.K. and French numbers cut nearly in half from last weekend. This week it took in a total of $10.2 million in 14 markets, lifting its international total to $30.8 million More...

Arthur, King of the International Box Office

August 24th, 2004

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Robot Takes Gold

August 17th, 2004

It's a little early to say what effect the 2004 Summer Olympics will have on the box office, but the early indication is that Eurocup 2004 had a larger effect. I, Robot hit its first international milestone topping the $100 million mark and now sits at $107.7 million. It accomplished this feat by taking in $18.8 million on more than 5,300 screens in 34 markets over the weekend. With Japan and Italy still ahead, $300 million worldwide is almost guaranteed while $200 million internationally is not out of the question. More...

Robot Tops Very Light Competition

August 10th, 2004

With the summer juggernauts mostly wrapping up their runs, and very little in the way of new competition, I, Robot easily finished first on the international box office charts. Its weekend earnings of $31.3 million on more than 6,000 screens in 29 markets was nearly triple what the nearest competitor could take in. The film opened number one in the U.K. (8.7 million), Germany ($5.3 million) and Russia ($2.4 million) as well as strong holdovers in France ($2.6 million) and other nations. The film has already earned $71.2 million internationally, and should top its domestic numbers within a few weeks. More...

I, Number One

August 3rd, 2004

I, Robot first major expansion into the international markets proved very profitable for 20th Century Fox. Big openings Europe, $5 million in France and $4.7 million in Spain; Asia, $2.5 million in South Korea, $1.8 million in Taiwan; and in $1.9 million in Mexico help it earn $20.5 million over the weekend. Still early in its run, the Sci-Fi action film has earned $29.6 million in just 17 markets so far. More...

Spider-Man Stuck on Top

July 27th, 2004

Despite a severe, nearly 50% drop at the box office, Spider-man 2 remained on top with $31.6 million, including a record $1.6 million in India, the biggest opening for a Hollywood film in that market. However, the news isn't all good as big drop-offs continue to plague the Marvel web-slinger, 56% in France, 50% in the U.K. and 59% in Spain. But it is still earning immense figures thanks to record-breaking openings and should cross $600 million worldwide early in the mid-week and $300 million internationally during next weekend. More...

Spider-Man Two ... Hundred Million

July 20th, 2004

Another 11 openings, mostly in European markets, helped Spider-man 2 swing to new heights this week on the international charts. This week it earned $62.3 million on roughly 9,400 screens in 61 markets, which pushed it international total to $200.1 million and in just 19 days. Highlights include $15.7 million in the U.K., $11.6 million in France and $7.7 million in Spain. The news was less impressive in Northern Europe where a heat wave hurt the industry as a whole; specifically, this lead to smaller than expected openings in Belgium and Holland and a steep drop in Germany. Worldwide the film has topped $500 million, just the fifth film to do so this year, and the 35th all-time. With Italy the only remaining major opening left, and it doesn't open there till mid-September, the weekly numbers have most likely peaked. However, it should still quickly climb the charts. More...


July 19th, 2004

The number one movie this week was right on target with moviegoers, beating almost all predictions, but it may have come at the expense of others films. This kept the box office relatively flat both from last week (up 3.13%) and last year (up 1.95%). Year-to-date still has 2004 up by 6% over 2003, $5.16 billion to $4.86 billion. More...

Eyeing Top Place

July 16th, 2004

Just two wide releases this week, but together they make almost the perfect duo, the potential blockbuster and the counter-programming smaller film. Hopefully, this will result in both films maximizing their box office. However, with neither film likely to win many awards their maximized profits are unlikely to be particularly impressive. More...

Competition Caught in Spider's Web

July 12th, 2004

No real surprises this weekend, at least none of them pleasant. The box office was a little slow compared to predictions and that lead to a serious decrease of 10.5% from last weekend. The year-to-year comparison and not bad, but are starting to show signs of serious weakness; the weekend box office was up, but at just 2.65% it's below ticket price inflation. With a year-to-date box office increase of only 6.5% so far, it won't take much to see this year's gains drop below ticket price inflation. More...

Will it be 2 Victories for Spider-Man?

July 9th, 2004

A trio of newcomers open wide this week, but it will be unlikely that any of them will unseat the current box office champ, Spider-man 2. More...

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July 8th, 2004

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Another Week, Another Wednesday Opening

July 7th, 2004

Tonight King Author opens in just a tad over 3000 theatres. And while there are some similarities to last years surprise hit, Pirates of the Caribbean, its future looks much less secure. More...

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June 30th, 2004

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May 20th, 2004

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May 6th, 2004

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January 2nd, 2004

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New Movie Release Dates

November 21st, 2003

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Domestic Cumulative Box Office Records

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2004/07/09 3 $15,193,907   3,086 $4,923   $23,623,758 1
2004/07/16 6 $7,161,648 -53% 3,086 $2,321   $38,110,849 2
2004/07/23 9 $3,036,114 -58% 2,104 $1,443   $45,169,967 3
2004/07/30 13 $1,447,745 -52% 1,134 $1,277   $48,539,266 4
2004/08/06 20 $638,742 -56% 480 $1,331   $50,151,674 5
2004/08/13 35 $171,352 -73% 201 $852   $50,640,885 6
2004/08/20 31 $235,431 +37% 287 $820   $51,003,407 7
2004/08/27 32 $178,765 -24% 237 $754   $51,344,056 8
2004/09/03 40 $132,609 -26% 186 $713   $51,565,481 9
2004/09/10 45 $71,204 -46% 120 $593   $51,726,421 10
2004/09/17 57 $40,259 -43% 65 $619   $51,795,322 11
2004/09/24 74 $23,642 -41% 43 $550   $51,835,428 12
2004/10/01 77 $14,056 -41% 23 $611   $51,864,276 13
2004/10/08 87 $7,479 -47% 11 $680   $51,877,963 14

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2004/07/07 2 $4,819,000   3,003 $1,605   $4,819,000 1
2004/07/08 2 $3,611,000 -25% 3,003 $1,202   $8,430,000 2
2004/07/09 3 $4,957,789 +37% 3,003 $1,651   $13,387,789 3
2004/07/10 3 $5,747,100 +16% 3,003 $1,914   $19,134,889 4
2004/07/11 3 $4,489,018 -22% 3,003 $1,495   $23,623,758 5
2004/07/12 3 $1,967,000 -56% 3,086 $637   $25,590,000 6
2004/07/13 3 $1,906,000 -3% 3,086 $618   $27,496,000 7
2004/07/14 3 $1,776,000 -7% 3,086 $576   $29,273,000 8
2004/07/15 3 $1,677,000 -6% 3,086 $543   $30,949,000 9
2004/07/16 5 $2,100,000 +25% 3,086 $680   $33,000,000 10
2004/07/17 6 $2,741,861 +31% 3,086 $888   $35,815,769 11
2004/07/18 6 $2,295,080 -16% 3,086 $744   $38,110,849 12
2004/07/19 6 $1,046,000 -54% 3,086 $339   $39,157,000 13
2004/07/20 7 $1,060,000 +1% 3,086 $343   $40,217,000 14
2004/07/21 7 $953,000 -10% 3,086 $309   $41,170,000 15
2004/07/22 7 $964,000 +1% 3,086 $312   $42,134,000 16
2004/07/23 9 $1,000,000 +4% 2,104 $475   $43,100,000 17
2004/07/24 9 $1,180,547 +18% 2,104 $561   $44,230,164 18
2004/07/25 9 $939,803 -20% 2,104 $447   $45,169,967 19
2004/07/26 9 $459,000 -51% 2,104 $218   $45,629,000 20
2004/07/27 9 $542,000 +18% 2,104 $258   $46,171,000 21
2004/07/28 9 $494,000 -9% 2,104 $235   $46,665,000 22
2004/07/29 9 $427,000 -14% 2,104 $203   $47,092,000 23

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2004/07/09 3 $22,519,350   3,086 $7,297   $30,949,201 2
2004/07/16 6 $11,184,652 -50% 3,086 $3,624   $42,133,853 3
2004/07/23 9 $4,957,668 -56% 2,104 $2,356   $47,091,521 4
2004/07/30 14 $2,421,411 -51% 1,134 $2,135   $49,512,932 5
2004/08/06 20 $956,601 -60% 480 $1,993   $50,469,533 6
2004/08/13 34 $298,443 -69% 201 $1,485   $50,767,976 7
2004/08/20 27 $397,315 +33% 287 $1,384   $51,165,291 8
2004/08/27 32 $267,581 -33% 237 $1,129   $51,432,872 9
2004/09/03 39 $222,345 -17% 186 $1,195   $51,655,217 10
2004/09/10 43 $99,846 -55% 120 $832   $51,755,063 11
2004/09/17 59 $56,723 -43% 65 $873   $51,811,786 12
2004/09/24 67 $38,434 -32% 43 $894   $51,850,220 13
2004/10/01 75 $20,264 -47% 23 $881   $51,870,484 14
2004/10/08 87 $7,479 -63% 11 $680   $51,877,963 15

International Cumulative Box Office Records

Worldwide Cumulative Box Office Records

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