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The Matrix Revolutions (2003)

Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $139,270,910Details
International Box Office $288,029,350Details
Worldwide Box Office $427,300,260
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Metrics

Latest Ranking on Cumulative Box Office Lists


Movie Details

Production Budget:$150,000,000
Domestic Releases: November 5th, 2003 (Wide) by Warner Bros.
Video Release: April 6th, 2004 by Warner Home Video, released as Matrix Revolutions, The
MPAA Rating: R for sci-fi violence and brief sexual content
Running Time: 129 minutes
Franchise: Matrix
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Keywords: Visual Effects, Post Apocalypse, Artificial Intelligence, Virtual Reality, IMAX: DMR
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Action
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Science Fiction
Production Companies: EON Enterprises
Production Countries: United States

Ranking on other Records and Milestones

RecordRankAmountChart
Date
Days In
Release
Thanksgiving (All Movies, 3-Day, Inflation Adjusted) 263 $7,121,445 Nov 28, 2003 26
Thanksgiving (All Movies, 5-Day) 210 $6,887,326 Nov 28, 2003 26
Thanksgiving (All Movies, 5-Day, Inflation Adjusted) 249 $10,245,326 Nov 28, 2003 26
Veterans Day (All Movies, 3-Day) 48 $16,415,384 Nov 14, 2003 12
Veterans Day (All Movies, 3-Day, Inflation Adjusted) 49 $24,418,905 Nov 14, 2003 12
Fastest to $100m 195 $102,595,000 Nov 14, 2003 10
Biggest Domestic November Weekend 42 $48,475,154 Nov 7, 2003 5
Top Original Screenplay Weekend Domestic 84 $48,475,154 Nov 7, 2003 5
Top R Weekend Domestic 28 $48,475,154 Nov 7, 2003 5
Top Science Fiction Weekend Domestic 67 $48,475,154 Nov 7, 2003 5
Top Warner Bros. Weekend Domestic 56 $48,475,154 Nov 7, 2003 5
Top 2003 Theater Average 77 $13,842 Nov 7, 2003 5
Fastest to $50m 200 $51,844,367 Nov 7, 2003 3
Biggest Domestic Thursday 79 $11,003,000 Nov 6, 2003 2
Top Original Screenplay Day Domestic 97 $24,311,365 Nov 5, 2003 1
Top R Day Domestic 37 $24,311,365 Nov 5, 2003 1
Top Warner Bros. Day Domestic 81 $24,311,365 Nov 5, 2003 1
Biggest Domestic November Day 56 $24,311,365 Nov 5, 2003 1
Biggest Domestic Wednesday 16 $24,311,365 Nov 5, 2003 1

Leading Cast

   Neo

Supporting Cast

Laurence Fishburne    Morpheus
Carrie Anne Moss    Trinity
Hugo Weaving    Agent Smith
Jada Pinkett Smith    Niobe
Mary Alice    The Oracle
Harold Perrineau    Link
Monica Bellucci    Persephone
Harry J. Lennix    Lock
Lambert Wilson    Merovingian
Nona Gaye    Zee
Anthony Zerbe    Councillor Hamann
Tanveer K. Atwal    Sati
Helmut Bakaitis    The Architect
Kate Beahan    Coat Check Girl
Francine Bell    Councillor Grace
Rachel Blackman    Charra
Henry Blasingame    Deus Ex Machina
Ian Bliss    Bane
David Bowers    Q-Ball Gang Member #1
Zeke Castelli    Operations Officer Mattis
Collin Chou    Seraph
Essie Davis    Maggie
Dion Horstmans    Q-Ball Gang Member #2
Lachy Hulme    Sparks
Chris Kirby    Mauser
Peter Lamb    Colt
Nathaniel Lees    Mifune
Robert Mammone    AK
Joe Manning    First Operator at Command
Maurice Morgan    Tower Soldier
Tharini Mudaliar    Kamala
Rene Naufahu    Zion Gate Operator
Robyn Nevin    Councillor Dillard
Genevieve O'Reilly    Officer Wirtz
Kittrick Redmond    Second Operator at Command
Rupert Reid    Lock's Lieutenant
Kevin M. Richardson    Deus Ex Machina, Voice
David Roberts    Roland
Bruce Spence    Trainman
Richard Sydenham    Dock Sergeant
Che Timmins    Radio Bunker Man
Gina Torres    Cas
Clayton Watson    Kid
Cornel West    Councillor West
Bernard White    Rama-Kandra
Anthony Wong    Ghost

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

Production and Technical Credits

   Director
   Director
Andy Wachowski    Screenwriter
Larry Wachowski*    Screenwriter
Joel Silver    Producer
Andy Wachowski    Executive Producer
Larry Wachowski*    Executive Producer
Grant Hill    Executive Producer
Andrew Mason    Executive Producer
Bruce Berman    Executive Producer
Owen Paterson    Production Designer
Zach Staenberg    Editor
Don Davis    Composer
Bill Pope    Director of Photography
Vicki Poppelwell    Associate Producer
Steve Richards    Associate Producer
James McTeigue    Assistant Director
Kimble Rendall    Second Unit Director
Grant Hill    Unit Production Manager
Hugh Bateup    Supervising Art Director
Catherine Mansill    Art Director
Charlie Revai    Art Director
Jules Cook    Art Director
Brian Dusting    Set Decorator
Ross Emery    Second Unit Camera
John Gaeta    Visual Effects Supervisor
Steve Courtley    Special Effects Supervisor
Kym Barrett    Costume Designer
Dan Bronson    Costume Supervisor
David Lee    Sound Mixer
John Reitz    Re-recording Mixer
Gregg Rudloff    Re-recording Mixer
David Campbell    Re-recording Mixer
Steve Pederson    Re-recording Mixer
Dane A. Davis    Supervising Sound Editor
Julia Evershade    Supervising Sound Editor
Andrew P. Lackey    Sound Effects Editor
Michael Edward Johnson    Sound Effects Editor
Mark Larry    Sound Effects Editor
Richard Adrian    Sound Effects Editor
Michael W. Mitchell    Sound Effects Editor
Paul Berolzheimer    Sound Effects Editor
Dane A. Davis    Sound Designer
Stephanie Flack    Dialogue Editor
Joe E. Rand    Music Editor
Zig Gron    Music Editor
Peter Robb-King    Make up
Maggie Fung    Make up
Deborah Taylor    Make up
Judith A. Cory    Hairstylist
Ben Watkins    Additional Music
Jason Bentley    Music Supervisor
Don Davis    Song Writer
Ben Watkins    Song Writer
Mali Finn    Casting Director
Shauna Wolifson    Casting Director
R.A. Rondell    Stunt Coordinator
Glenn Boswell    Stunt 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 16th, 2003

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December 9th, 2003

The post Thanksgivings weekend was even tougher on the movie industry than predicted with only one movie in the top five living up to expectations. Some analysts are blaming it on the storm in the Northeast, but the internal multiplier doesn't really support that. And while the box office did drop 40% from last week, it was well ahead of last year to the tune of almost 20%. Year-to-date 2003 is still more than $100 million behind 2002 and with only one movie left that is a sure bet to make that much, catching up is not expected. More...

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November 5th, 2003


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October 30th, 2003


Movie Websites Launches for October 17 - October 23

October 23rd, 2003


Movie Websites Launches for October 10 - October 16

October 16th, 2003


Movie Websites Launches for October 2 - October 9

October 9th, 2003


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October 2nd, 2003


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September 12th, 2003


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August 28th, 2003


Domestic Cumulative Box Office Records


Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2003/11/07 1 $48,475,154   3,502 $13,842   $83,790,000 1
2003/11/14 3 $16,415,384 -66% 3,502 $4,687   $114,268,949 2
2003/11/21 6 $7,032,216 -57% 3,024 $2,325   $125,382,792 3
2003/11/28 11 $4,787,326 -32% 2,055 $2,330   $133,332,436 4
2003/12/05 12 $1,352,380 -72% 1,257 $1,076   $135,673,369 5
2003/12/12 16 $722,041 -47% 633 $1,141   $136,924,212 6
2003/12/19 21 $271,473 -62% 272 $998   $137,460,747 7
2003/12/26 30 $244,279 -10% 116 $2,106   $137,882,816 8
2004/01/02 35 $186,142 -24% 116 $1,605   $138,294,428 9
2004/01/09 39 $103,877 -44% 78 $1,332   $138,462,698 10
2004/01/16 35 $195,549 +88% 319 $613   $138,699,007 11
2004/01/23 38 $136,207 -30% 262 $520   $138,937,971 12
2004/01/30 43 $75,724 -44% 177 $428   $139,076,032 13
2004/02/06 55 $52,610 -31% 91 $578   $139,160,185 14
2004/02/13 60 $37,403 -29% 45 $831   $139,217,317 15
2004/02/20 77 $21,941 -41% 31 $708   $139,259,759 16

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2003/11/05 1 $24,311,365   3,502 $6,942   $24,311,365 1
2003/11/06 1 $11,003,000 -55% 3,502 $3,142   $35,315,000 2
2003/11/07 1 $16,529,521 +50% 3,502 $4,720   $51,844,367 3
2003/11/08 1 $19,524,728 +18% 3,502 $5,575   $71,369,095 4
2003/11/09 1 $12,420,905 -36% 3,502 $3,547   $83,790,000 5
2003/11/10 1 $4,587,000 -63% 3,502 $1,310   $88,377,000 6
2003/11/11 2 $5,200,000 +13% 3,502 $1,485   $93,578,000 7
2003/11/12 1 $2,223,000 -57% 3,502 $635   $95,801,000 8
2003/11/13 1 $2,052,000 -8% 3,502 $586   $97,854,000 9
2003/11/14 3 $4,741,000 +131% 3,502 $1,354   $102,595,000 10
2003/11/15 3 $7,341,173 +55% 3,502 $2,096   $110,096,923 11
2003/11/16 3 $4,172,026 -43% 3,502 $1,191   $114,268,949 12
2003/11/17 3 $1,050,000 -75% 3,502 $300   $115,319,000 13
2003/11/18 3 $1,155,000 +10% 3,502 $330   $116,475,000 14
2003/11/19 3 $947,000 -18% 3,502 $270   $117,422,000 15
2003/11/20 3 $928,000 -2% 3,502 $265   $118,351,000 16
2003/11/21 6 $1,900,000 +105% 3,024 $628   $120,300,000 17
2003/11/22 6 $3,046,633 +60% 3,024 $1,007   $123,411,981 18
2003/11/23 6 $1,970,811 -35% 3,024 $652   $125,382,792 19
2003/11/24 6 $563,000 -71% 3,024 $186   $125,946,000 20
2003/11/25 6 $757,000 +34% 3,024 $250   $126,703,000 21
2003/11/26 10 $1,000,000 +32% 3,024 $331   $127,700,000 22
2003/11/27 10 $1,100,000 +10% 2,055 $535   $128,800,000 23
2003/11/28 11 $1,700,000 +55% 2,055 $827   $130,500,000 24
2003/11/29 10 $2,168,092 +28% 2,055 $1,055   $132,447,656 25
2003/11/30 11 $884,780 -59% 2,055 $431   $133,332,436 26
2003/12/01 10 $252,000 -72% 2,055 $123   $133,585,000 27
2003/12/02 10 $266,000 +6% 2,055 $129   $133,851,000 28
2003/12/03 10 $232,000 -13% 2,055 $113   $134,083,000 29
2003/12/04 10 $238,000 +3% 2,055 $116   $134,321,000 30
2004/01/19 33 $38,885   319 $122   $138,737,892 76
2004/02/16 57 $7,111   45 $158   $139,224,428 104

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2003/10/31 1 $35,314,946   3,502 $10,084   $35,314,846 1
2003/11/07 1 $62,538,719 +77% 3,502 $17,858   $97,853,565 2
2003/11/14 3 $20,497,011 -67% 3,502 $5,853   $118,350,576 3
2003/11/21 6 $10,194,534 -50% 3,024 $3,371   $128,545,110 4
2003/11/28 10 $5,775,879 -43% 2,055 $2,811   $134,320,989 5
2003/12/05 12 $1,881,182 -67% 1,257 $1,497   $136,202,171 6
2003/12/12 16 $987,103 -48% 633 $1,559   $137,189,274 7
2003/12/19 24 $449,263 -54% 272 $1,652   $137,638,537 8
2003/12/26 30 $469,749 +5% 116 $4,050   $138,108,286 9
2004/01/02 37 $250,535 -47% 116 $2,160   $138,358,821 10
2004/01/09 38 $144,637 -42% 78 $1,854   $138,503,458 11
2004/01/16 35 $298,306 +106% 319 $935   $138,801,764 12
2004/01/23 36 $198,544 -33% 262 $758   $139,000,308 13
2004/01/30 43 $107,267 -46% 177 $606   $139,107,575 14
2004/02/06 53 $72,339 -33% 91 $795   $139,179,914 15
2004/02/13 57 $57,904 -20% 45 $1,287   $139,237,818 16
2004/02/20 75 $33,092 -43% 31 $1,067   $139,270,910 17

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