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Lucky Number Slevin (2006)

Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $22,495,466Details
International Box Office $33,000,000Details
Worldwide Box Office $55,495,466
Home Market Performance
Est. Domestic DVD Sales $27,011,926 Details
Total Est. Domestic Video Sales $27,011,926
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  1. Summary
  2. News
  3. Box Office
  4. International
  5. Video Sales
  6. Full Financials
  7. Cast & Crew
  8. Trailer


Latest Ranking on Cumulative Box Office Lists

Movie Details

Production Budget:$27,000,000
Domestic Releases: April 7th, 2006 (Wide) by MGM
Video Release: September 12th, 2006 by Weinstein Co./Genius
MPAA Rating: R for strong violence, sexuality and language
Running Time: 110 minutes
Comparisons: vs. Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang
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Keywords: Organized Crime, Film Noir
Source:Original Screenplay
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: Weinstein Company, Ascendant Pictures
Production Countries: United States

Ranking on other Records and Milestones

Days In
Easter (All Movies, 3-Day, Inflation Adjusted) 219 $6,458,003 Apr 14, 2006 10


   The Boss
Ben Kingsley    Schlomo
Stanley Tucci    Brikowski
   Mr. Goodkat
Mykelti Williamson    Sloe
Danny Aiello    Roth
Kevin Chamberlin    Marty
Sam Jaeger    Nick Fisher
Dorian Missick    Elvis
Peter Outerbridge    Dumbrowski
Corey Stoll    Saul
Michael Rubenfeld    Yitzchok
Scott Gibson    Max
Daniel Kash    Bodyguard
Dmitry Chepovetsky    Bodyguard
Oliver Davis    Henry
Howard Jerome    Abe
J.D. Jackson    Mugger
Jennifer Miller    Slevin's Girlfriend
Sebastien Roberts    The Guy
Robert Forster    Murphy
Shira Leigh    Hottie
Janet Lane    Blondie
Nicholas Rice    Doc
Bernard Kay    Morty
Sam Stone    Old Waiter
Darren Marsman    Slim Hopkins
Gerry Mendicino    Benny Begin
Diego Klattenhoff    Ginger
Rick Bramucci    Soldier
Rami Posner    The Mute
Steve Lucescu    Large Thuggish Man
Victoria Barkoff    Abe's Wife
Victoria Fodor    Helen
Kwasi Songui    Henchman
Barbara Barnes Hopkins    Elderly Black Lady
Alvin Powell    Tree
Judy Sinclair    Mrs. Johnson
David Wajcman    Desk Clerk
Sacha Sojic    Young Man
Bobby Brown    Elevator Man
Frank Salibe    Race Announcer

Production and Technical Credits

Screenwriter    Jason Smilovic
Producer    Chris Roberts
Producer    Christopher Eberts
Producer    Kia Jam
Producer    Andy Grosch
Producer    Anthony Rhulen
Producer    Tyler Mitchell
Producer    Robert S. Kravis
Executive Producer    Don Carmody
Executive Producer    Sharon Harel
Executive Producer    Jane Barclay
Executive Producer    Eli Klein
Executive Producer    Andreas Schmid
Executive Producer    A.J. Dix
Executive Producer    Bill Shively
Co-Executive Producer    Hannah Leader
Co-Producer    Charles Jude Feuer
Director of Photography    Peter Sova
Production Designer    Francois Seguin
Editor    Andrew Hulme
Costume Designer    Odette Gadoury
Composer    J. Ralph
Casting Director    Tricia Wood
Casting Director    Deborah Aguila
Assistant Director    Buck Deachman
Assistant Director    Alan Goluboff
Second Unit Director    Andrew Hulme
Unit Production Manager    Jacky Lavoie
Unit Production Manager    Alan Goluboff
Production Manager    Lynn Mallay
Production Supervisor    Liz Amsden
Art Director    Pierre Perrault
Art Director    Colombe Raby
Art Director    Marian Wihak
Set Decorator    Suzanne Cloutier
Set Decorator    Norman Robitaille
Set Decorator    Enrico Campana
Set Decorator    David Schlesinger
Second Unit Camera    Bert Tougas
Costume Designer    Emily Lureto O'Connor
Costume Supervisor    Georgina Yarhi
Costume Supervisor    Susan J. Wright
Sound Mixer    Louis Marion
Sound Mixer    Karl Scherer
Re-recording Mixer    Keith Elliot
Re-recording Mixer    Todd Beckett
Re-recording Mixer    Mark Zsifkovits
Supervising Sound Editor    Paula Fairfield
Sound Effects Editor    Carla Murray
Sound Effects Editor    Lee De Lang
Sound Effects Editor    Nathan Robitaille
Sound Designer    Paula Fairfield
Supervising Dialogue Editor    Jill Purdy
Music Editor    Kevin Banks
Make up    Colleen Quinton
Hairstylist    Pina Rizzi
Music Producer    J. Ralph
Music Producer    Arthur Pingrey
Music Producer    James Townsend
Additional Casting    Robin D. Cook
Stunt Coordinator    Steve Lucescu

DVD Releases for November 18, 2008 - Part I

November 18th, 2008

It's a weird week for the DVD release report. According to Amazon, seven of the top ten releases come from two movies: WALL-E and Tropic Thunder. Add in the Spanish language edition and there are five versions of the former movie coming out this week, including the 3-Disc DVD and the 3-Disc Blu-ray, either one of which is worthy of the DVD Pick of the Week. The overall group of releases feels weaker than last week, but it is more than enough that it had to be split into two parts. Part two can be found here. More...

DVD Releases for January 16, 2007

January 16th, 2007

2007 continues its slow start with little in the way of quality first run releases. The only one that is worth picking up is The Protector - Buy from Amazon, but the quality of the movie is a little low for it to be DVD Pick of the Week. On the TV on DVD front the best of the best was Doctor Who - The Complete Second Series - Buy from Amazon, but here the price is a little high, which lowers its appeal. To find the DVD Pick of the Week you have to dig really deep and come up with Purgatory House, which can be purchased through Amazon or direct from their official site. More...

X-Men Stand Tall

October 14th, 2006

The final film in the X-Men franchise led the list of new releases while topping the rental charts with $10.01 million. X-Men: The Last Stand's start wasn't great compared to its theatrical run, but the Fanboy Effect dictates a lose of rentals in exchange for more profitable sales. More...

The House Always Wins

October 7th, 2006

While three of the top five renters this week were new releases, none of them did particularly well. Leading the way was The Lake House with $7.92 million, which is merely adequate given the film's theatrical run. More...

Slevin on a Lucky Streak

September 30th, 2006

Despite there being two new releases in the top five, and four on the overall charts, Lucky Number Slevin remained in first place with $5.13 million for the week and $12.59 million after two. More...

Slevin was More Than Just Lucky

September 23rd, 2006

The rental chart was not overburdened by numerous new releases, however, the top two DVDs were both new to the charts. Leading the way was Lucky Number Slevin at $7.37 million, which is a good start given its theatrical run. More...

DVD Releases for September 12, 2006

September 12th, 2006

Another busy week, but without much in the way of first run releases. There were a couple of limited releases that looking intriguing, and some special editions worth the upgrade, but in the end there were only two real contenders for DVD Pick of the Week: The Office - The Complete Second Season - Buy from Amazon and Smallville - The Complete Fifth Season - Buy from Amazon. In a photo finish, Smallville - The Complete Fifth Season - Buy from Amazon won out, but this was partially because no matter how good The Office is, it's not as good as the original. More...

International Details - Peninsula at Pinnacle

July 23rd, 2006

A South Korean film, Hanbando, a.k.a. The Korean Peninsula, topped its native market with a huge $6.14 million on 520 screens over the weekend and a total of $9.85 million overall. That was good enough for sixth place on the international charts. More...

International Details - Da Vinci Outpaces Fast and the Furious

July 16th, 2006

The Da Vinci Code slipped out of the top five with $3.85 million on 3037 screens in 55 markets for a total of $515.15 million. This is the 11th best international total ever, while its worldwide mark of $728.36 million places it 23rd on the all-time worldwide chart. More...

International Details - Da Vinci Sinks Poseidon

July 9th, 2006

Last minute updates in weekend numbers showed that it was The Da Vinci Code and not Poseidon grabbing the final spot in the top five. It was an exceedingly close race with the former film topping the latter by less than $3000 both with $5.68 million. The Da Vinci Code earned its box office on 4352 screens in 57 markets while Poseidon needed just 3584 in 48. On the other hand, their running tallies are worlds apart with The Da Vinci Code leading $507.68 million to $94.72 million. That film became just the 12th film to cross $500 million internationally and is less than $20 million from overtaking Finding Nemo for 10th place on the international charts. More...

International Details - Scaring Up some Business

July 2nd, 2006

Scary Movie 4 opened in first place in both France and Spain, helping the film into sixth place overall with $4.89 million on 1512 screens in 22 markets for a total of $74.72 million internationally. In Spain the film made $1.76 million on 400 screens over the weekend and $1.83 million in total, while in France it brought in $3.47 million on 571 screens, but that was for the full week. More...

International Details - Wild Ride

April 30th, 2006

The Wild added a few more markets but still fell out of the top five down 54% to $4.37 million on 2868 screens in 27 markets for a two week total of $17.77 million. Its best market was Spain where the film was down just 43% to $875,000 on 382 screens over the weekend and $3.49 million in total. It had a hard time in family friendly Mexico where it was down 59% to $702,000 on 501 screens over the weekend and $3.60 million in total while in Italy it plummeted an unheard of 84% to just $216,000 on 343 screen for a two-week total of $2.75 million. More...

International Details - Asterix and the Big Box Office

April 23rd, 2006

The latest Asterix & Obelix movie, Asterix and the Vikings, opened in second place in native France with $3.64 million on 606 screens. The film also made $167,000 during its second weekend in Belgium for a $454,000 two week total. These films are very popular in France and other parts of Europe, but have never made the transition here. More...

Scaring the Easter Box Office into Submission

April 17th, 2006

It was a great weekend at the box office, with the box office growing and records falling. The total box office rose 4.4% to just shy of $120 million, which was $43.7% higher than last year. In fact, the week's number one film earned nearly half of what the total box office brought in this time last year. With two weeks of incredible year-to-year growth, 2006 has pulled ahead of 2005 by 4%, but remember, this time last year was the weakest part of the entire year, so don't celebrate prematurely. If 2006 can keep the growth up even when it goes against Revenge of the Sith, that's when we celebrate. More...

International Details - Its Sink of Swim for New Releases

April 16th, 2006

Several films made they international debut this past weekend with even more returning to the charts, but because of the power of Ice Age: The Meltdown, none of them were able to reach the top five, but a few came close. Leading that list is Jean-Philippe; the French film debuted in third place in its native home with $3.34 million on 550 screens. It also opened in two other French-speaking markets but was much weaker earning seventh in Switzerland with $62,000 on 12 screens over the weekend and $68,000 in total while in Belgium it managed just ninth with $131,000 on 29 screens over the weekend and $144,000 in total. Add it up and the film pulled in $3.53 million on 591 screens in 3 markets during its first weekend of release. More...

Box Office Suffers a Meltdown

April 10th, 2006

Only one film mentioned in Friday's preview was able to beat expectations to any real degree, and this pushed this week's box office down 19.5% from last weekend. However, at $114 million it was still 31.5% higher than last year, which is more important. Even better news, 2006 has moved ahead of 2005's pace, albeit by a narrow 1% margin, meaning ticket sales are still slower than a year ago. More...

Can Any Film Take the Lead from Ice Age?

April 7th, 2006

There's little doubt that Ice Age: The Meltdown will repeat as box office champion, the real question is how far will it fall. Also of interest, which of the new releases will come in second and how many of the four newcomers will finish in the top five? More...

Movie Website Updates for March 31 - April 6

April 6th, 2006

It's a much busier week this week including several sites that I found through e-mails. Thanks for the tips. (On a side note, if you sent me an e-mail regarding a movie site and I forgot it, please send it again. It was a big list this week and I'm almost positive one or two sites slipped between the cracks.) Unfortunately, while there are plenty of sites on this week's list, there's not a lot of top notch ones. The movie on this list that made me the most excited was The Simpsons Movie, and that one doesn't even have an official movie site, just the teaser trailer. More...

2006 Preview: April

April 1st, 2006

March wasn't as strong as expected and April doesn't seem to have what it takes to turn things around. IMDb has a poll they run every month on what film you are looking forward to the most. This time the number one film is Silent Hill was in first with 16.5% of the vote. Number two went to 'Other' at 13.0% of the vote. This is a really, really bad sign. With no advanced buzz, many films will have a hard time attracting an audience, which not only means less people are seeing the movies, but also less people are seeing the trailers for the big summer releases, which means less buzz about the summer releases... On the other hand, there are several limited releases that look promising including Friends with Money, Hard Candy, The Notorious Bettie Page, and Kinky Boots. Unfortunately, all but the first are being released on April 14th. More...

Under Climbing Up World Charts

March 19th, 2006

A number one opening in France, as well as a slew of smaller debuts, pushed Underworld: Evolution into sixth place on the international charts with $4.98 million on 1473 screens in 20 markets for a running tally of $36.12 million after nearly two months in release. In France the film earned $1.84 million on 346 screens while it managed the same feat in a trio of Asian markets: Taiwan with $600,000 on 75 screens, Malaysia with $310,000 on 45, and Hong Kong with $290,000 on 25. Interestingly, the original was banned in Malaysia. More...

International Charts - Memories haven't Faded Yet

March 12th, 2006

A fourth place, $1.63 million debut on 250 screens in France helped Memoirs Of A Geisha leap up the charts this weekend. Overall the film finished in sixth place on the international charts with $3.98 million on 1723 screens in 47 markets for an international total of $88.34 million. The film placed higher during its opening in Finland with $79,000 on 12 screen over the weekend and $95,000 in total while it had to settle for ninth place in Belgium with $200,000 on 29 screens. More...

Movie Website Updates for March 3 - March 9

March 9th, 2006

During the past week promotional websites for several movies were launched and some older ones added additional content. This week's winner was one of last week's best sites, She's the Man - Official Site, which added a lot of content this week including some old stuff that was off site for previous weeks. More...

Mountain Climbs Back Up International Charts

March 5th, 2006

On the weekend before the Oscars are announced, Brokeback Mountain climbed a couple of spots to sixth with $4.44 million on 1368 screens in 30 markets for an international total of $53.89 million. New openings include Belgium where the filmed debuted in second place with $312,000 on a mere 27 screens for the best per screen average in the market. It wasn't as potent in Poland where it had to settle for fourth place with $194,000 on 40 screens over the weekend and $217,000 in total. The film also benefited from soft in the U.K. where it slipped just 5% to $442,000 on 245 screens for a very impressive total of $15.83 million so far. It was even better during its second weekend in Holland where it rose 1% to $210,000 for the weekend and $562,000 in total. More...

Movie Website Updates for February 24 - March 2

March 2nd, 2006

During the past week promotional websites for several movies were launched and some older ones added additional content. There was a three way race for top spot this week with Slither - Official Site taking home the award. However, it won based on equal parts what it is and what it should become once all the content marked coming soon is added to the site. More...

Domestic Cumulative Box Office Records

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2006/04/07 5 $7,031,921   1,984 $3,544   $7,031,921 1
2006/04/14 7 $4,752,800 -32% 1,989 $2,390   $14,297,147 2
2006/04/21 12 $2,475,903 -48% 1,735 $1,427   $18,674,953 3
2006/04/28 16 $1,117,900 -55% 724 $1,544   $20,752,033 4
2006/05/05 18 $406,253 -64% 490 $829   $21,588,013 5
2006/05/12 28 $182,961 -55% 224 $817   $21,988,290 6
2006/05/19 32 $124,665 -32% 221 $564   $22,209,233 7
2006/05/26 42 $56,992 -54% 99 $576   $22,332,420 8
2006/06/02 48 $30,399 -47% 65 $468   $22,401,770 9
2006/06/09 49 $21,754 -28% 35 $622   $22,438,650 10
2006/06/16 60 $11,729 -46% 24 $489   $22,461,267 11
2006/06/23 83 $5,881 -50% 14 $420   $22,475,828 12
2006/06/30 77 $4,389 -25% 8 $549   $22,484,439 13
2006/07/07 93 $2,495 -43% 8 $312   $22,491,138 14
2006/07/14 107 $1,402 -44% 5 $280   $22,494,487 15

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2006/04/07 5 $2,323,069   1,984 $1,171   $2,323,069 1
2006/04/08 5 $2,958,651 +27% 1,984 $1,491   $5,281,720 2
2006/04/09 5 $1,750,201 -41% 1,984 $882   $7,031,921 3
2006/04/10 5 $608,886 -65% 1,984 $307   $7,640,807 4
2006/04/11 5 $635,123 +4% 1,984 $320   $8,275,930 5
2006/04/12 5 $579,974 -9% 1,984 $292   $8,855,904 6
2006/04/13 5 $688,443 +19% 1,984 $347   $9,544,347 7
2006/04/14 7 $1,636,419 +138% 1,989 $823   $11,180,766 8
2006/04/15 8 $1,827,061 +12% 1,989 $919   $13,007,827 9
2006/04/16 7 $1,289,320 -29% 1,989 $648   $14,297,147 10
2006/04/17 7 $552,545 -57% 1,989 $278   $14,849,692 11
2006/04/18 7 $470,019 -15% 1,989 $236   $15,319,711 12
2006/04/19 7 $438,645 -7% 1,989 $221   $15,758,356 13
2006/04/20 7 $440,694 n/c 1,989 $222   $16,199,050 14
2006/04/24 10 $238,998   1,735 $138   $18,913,951 18
2006/04/25 10 $255,049 +7% 1,735 $147   $19,169,000 19
2006/04/26 10 $235,883 -8% 1,735 $136   $19,404,883 20
2006/04/27 10 $229,250 -3% 1,735 $132   $19,634,133 21
2006/05/29 39 $15,649   99 $158   $22,348,069 53

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2006/04/07 5 $9,544,347   1,984 $4,811   $9,544,347 1
2006/04/14 7 $6,654,703 -30% 1,989 $3,346   $16,199,050 2
2006/04/21 12 $3,435,083 -48% 1,735 $1,980   $19,634,133 3
2006/04/28 16 $1,547,627 -55% 724 $2,138   $21,181,760 4
2006/05/05 18 $623,569 -60% 490 $1,273   $21,805,329 5
2006/05/12 28 $279,239 -55% 224 $1,247   $22,084,568 6
2006/05/19 33 $190,860 -32% 221 $864   $22,275,428 7
2006/05/26 41 $95,943 -50% 99 $969   $22,371,371 8
2006/06/02 48 $45,525 -53% 65 $700   $22,416,896 9
2006/06/09 50 $32,642 -28% 35 $933   $22,449,538 10
2006/06/16 57 $20,409 -37% 24 $850   $22,469,947 11
2006/06/23 82 $10,103 -50% 14 $722   $22,480,050 12
2006/06/30 80 $8,593 -15% 8 $1,074   $22,488,643 13
2006/07/07 93 $4,442 -48% 8 $555   $22,493,085 14
2006/07/14 106 $2,381 -46% 5 $476   $22,495,466 15

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
9/17/20063393,890 393,890$7,078,203$7,078,2031
9/24/20068166,153-58% 560,043$2,969,154$10,047,3572
10/1/20061063,151-62% 623,194$1,139,711$11,187,0693
10/8/20061846,753-26% 669,947$845,706$12,032,7744
10/15/20061687,633+87% 757,580$1,578,437$13,611,2115
10/22/20061968,278-22% 825,858$1,236,426$14,847,6376
10/29/20062655,195-19% 881,053$999,824$15,847,4617

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