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Venezuela Box Office for Man on a Ledge (2012)

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Theatrical Performance (US$)
Venezuela Box Office $130,780Details
Worldwide Box Office $45,688,337Details
Home Market Performance
North America DVD Sales $5,703,385 Details
North America Blu-ray Sales $1,921,645 Details
Total North America Video Sales $7,625,030
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  1. Summary
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  7. Trailer


In the heart-pounding thriller MAN ON A LEDGE, Nick Cassidy makes a desperate and life-threatening move to prove his innocence after he is framed for the theft of a rare, prized diamond. Recently escaped from prison and with nowhere else to go, Nick climbs onto the ledge of a towering skyscraper, inviting the eyes of New York City to anxiously watch as one wrong step could mean plunging to his death. But as one police negotiator soon learns, Nick’s daredevil stunt, captivating the eyes of the public and media, masks a dangerous ploy to reveal the truth about his tarnished name. With the help of his brother and with time running out, Nick’s intricate plan must work perfectly, but when you’re on the 25th floor ledge of a building, going down takes on an entirely more hair-raising meaning.


Movie Details

Production Budget:$42,000,000
Venezuela Releases: September 7th, 2012 (Wide)
Video Release: May 29th, 2012 by Lionsgate Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for violence and brief strong language.
(Rating bulletin 2168, 4/20/2011)
Running Time: 102 minutes
Keywords: Revenge, Heist, Suicide, Framed, News
Source:Original Screenplay
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: Summit Entertainment, di Bonaventura Pictures
Production Countries: United States


Sam Worthington    Nick Cassidy
Elizabeth Banks    Lydia Mercer
Jamie Bell    Joey Cassidy
Anthony Mackie    Mike Ackerman
Edward Burns    Jack Dougherty
Kyra Sedgwick    Suzie Morales
Ed Harris    David Englander
Mandy Gonzalez    Manager
Bill Sadler    Valet
Barbara Marineau    Screaming Woman
J. Smith-Cameron    Psychiatrist
Patrick Collins    Father Leo
Genesis Rodriguez    Angie
Afton Williamson    Janice Ackeman
Robert Clohessy    Prison Guard
Joe Lisi    Desk Sergeant
Candice McKoy    Cop-Bullhorn
John Solo    Cop-Room
Titus Welliver    Dante Marcus
James Yaegashi    Police Technician
Daniel Sauli    Police Technician
Frank Pando    Cameraman
Jason Kolotouros    ESU
Michael Lee Laurence    Bearded Guy
Don Castro    CSI Tech
Pooja Kumar    Englander's Assistant
John Dossett    Ted Henry
Sylvia Kauders    Angry Traffic Woman
Felix Solis    Nestor
Jabari Gray    Brooklyn Cop
James Andrew O Conner    Brooklyn Cop
Ann Arvia    Investor
Jonathan Walker    Investor
Liz Holtan    Cop
Terry Serpico    Lutz
Erin Quill    Cop - File
Arthur Nascarella    Construction Worker
Jimmy Palumbo    Detective
Bernard J. Calloway    Detective
Gerry Vichi    Older Orthodox Man
Geoffrey Cantor    Gordon Evans
Brett Smith    Tactical Leader
John Comer    Correction Officer

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Asger Leth
Screenwriter    Pablo F. Fenjves
Producer    Lorenzo di Bonaventura
Producer    Mark Vahradian
Executive Producer    Jake Myers
Executive Producer    David Ready
Director of Photography    Paul Cameron
Production Designer    Alec Hammond
Editor    Kevin Stitt
Visual Effects Supervisor    Richard Kidd
Costume Designer    Susan Lyall
Composer    Henry Jackman
Art Director    David Swayze
Set Decorator    Chryss Hionis
Sound Mixer    Michael Barosky
Supervising Sound Editor    Jon Johnson
Re-recording Mixer    Jeffrey J. Haboush
Re-recording Mixer    Greg P. Russell
Special Effects Coordinator    Conrad Brinks, Jr.
Stunt Coordinator    Stephen Pope
Assistant Director    David Wechsler
Second Unit Director    George Aguilar
Casting Director    Deborah Aquila
Casting Director    Tricia Wood
Casting Director    Julie Tucker
Casting Director    Ross Meyerson
Music Consultant    Jojo Villanueva

Blu-ray Sales: True to Form

June 13th, 2012

True Blood: Season Four led all new releases and earned top spot on the Blu-ray sales chart. During its first week of release, it sold 369,000 units and generated $12.93 million in revenue. Its opening week Blu-ray share was 34%, which is low for the format as a whole, but very strong for a TV on DVD release. More...

DVD Sales: Truth Wins Out

June 12th, 2012

True Blood was the only major release on this week's DVD sales chart crushing newcomers and holdovers alike. It sold 717,000 units / $21.52 million during its opening week, which is fantastic for a TV on DVD release. More...

DVD and Blu-ray Releases for May 29th, 2012

May 28th, 2012

It likely won't be a strong week on the home market. There's only one prime release, True Blood on DVD or Blu-ray Combo Pack. It is an excellent show and the Blu-ray is a clear contender for Pick of the Week, but as a TV on DVD release, I doubt it will sell as many units as the average first-run theatrical release sells. The biggest first run release is Man on a Ledge, but it did so poorly in theaters that I doubt it will have a real impact on the home market. True Blood isn't the only contender for Pick of the Week. Goon's Blu-ray Combo Pack is on that list. The price of the Combo Pack dropped since my review went online and at $15, it is the Pick of the Week, or should I say Puck of the Week. Also of note, Degrassi: Season 11, Part 1 - Buy from Amazon would also be a contender for Pick of the Week, but the full season set will likely be significantly cheaper on a price-per-minute basis. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Many Reasons to Celebrate Weekend Results

February 7th, 2012

It was Super Bowl weekend, which apparently some people care about. (Not me. Go B.C. Lions!) The crossover audience between the Super Bowl and most movies is quite high, so it is no real shock that the box office was down compared to last weekend. However, it was only down 8% to $116 million. This was 33% higher than the same weekend last year. Both Chronicle and The Woman in Black topped expectations by significant degrees, while the weakest movie the top five missed weekend predictions by less than $1 million. Year-to-date, 2012 is ahead of 2011's pace by 12% at $964 million to $850 million. Before we get too excited, by this weekend in 2010, the box office had already pulled in $1.21 billion. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Colorful Results over the Weekend

January 30th, 2012

January completed the sweep this weekend, despite slipping 6% from last weekend to $126 million over the weekend. This was still 16% higher than the same weekend last year, meaning three out of the four weekends in January saw double-digit gains over 2011 and by the end, 2012's lead over 2011 was 12% at $812 million to $726 million. I'm starting to get a little optimistic and hopefully this trend will continue next month. More...

Weekend Estimates: The Grey Continues Bright Start to 2012

January 29th, 2012

The industry will enjoy another weekend of increased revenue compared to last year, based on studio estimates released on Sunday, with The Grey starting out on the high end of expectations with $20 million, according to Open Road -- comfortably beating the $9.3 million of their previous film, The Killer Elite. In third place, One for the Money will post a surprisingly strong $11.75 million, according to Lionsgate, which will get to claim bragging rights over its new division Summit Entertainment, which is predicting $8.25 million for its new release, Man on a Ledge. The two films would most likely have ended up on different weekends if the combined studio had have had longer to rearrange their schedules. More...

Weekend Predictions: Will Grey Skies Clear Up?

January 26th, 2012

There are three important questions that need to be answered this weekend. Can the box office finish the January sweep this weekend? Will Liam Neeson's box office reliability overcome Open Road's inexperience? And shouldn't The Grey be spelled The Gray? That is how it is spelled in America, as opposed to the U.K. Last year the number one film, The Rite, opened with less than $15 million. However, there were a total of five films with more than $10 million over the weekend. This year does look weaker, but it should be close. All it will take is one film to be a surprise hit and 2012 can come out a head for the fourth weekend in a row. More...

2012 Preview: January

January 1st, 2012

2011 ended, and really that's the only good news we got from the entire month of December. That's not snark either. Of the eleven films opening or expanding wide that month, six will definitely miss expectations by significant margins and with the other five it is too soon to tell, (it depends on how well they hold up during the New Year's Day long weekend). Only Mission: Impossible: Ghost Protocol can be considered a pleasant surprise, and even then it might not match original expectations. Looking forward, the only really good piece of news for this January is that last January was a pretty bad as well. Only two films, The Green Hornet and No Strings Attached, beat expectations by significant margins, while The Dilemma bombed hard enough to nearly wipe out those gains. This time around, the biggest hit will likely be Beauty and the Beast's 3D re-release, but even then, I doubt it will do as well as The Lion King's 3D re-release. There's a good chance the year will start off on a sour note, just like 2011 ended. More...

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2012/09/07 6 $3,966   33,047 $0   $33,047 1
2012/09/14 8 $1,041 -74% 6,871 $0   $67,708 2
2012/09/21 8 $1,512 +45% 10,464 $0   $87,672 3
2012/09/28 10 $789 -48% 5,489 $0   $103,944 4
2012/10/05 12 $735 -7% 5,797 $0   $117,360 5
2012/10/12 11 $464 -37% 3,484 $0   $130,780 6

Box Office Summary Per Territory

Territory Release
Box Office
Brazil 2/3/2012 $0 0 2 4 $1,463,377 12/11/2015
Hong Kong 4/5/2012 $0 0 4 4 $294,084 12/6/2015
Japan 7/7/2012 $556,799 305 305 898 $3,758,102 12/11/2015
Kenya 4/6/2012 $0 0 4 8 $25,546 12/10/2015
New Zealand 5/17/2012 $0 0 4 4 $37,691 12/10/2015
North America 1/27/2012 $8,001,932 2998 2998 7896 $18,620,000
Serbia and Montenegro 3/22/2012 $0 0 3 12 $11,858 12/10/2015
Uruguay 3/16/2012 $0 0 2 4 $63,110 12/10/2015
Venezuela 9/7/2012 $3,966 33047 33047 65152 $130,780 12/12/2015
Rest of World $21,283,789
Worldwide Total$45,688,337 12/12/2015

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