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The New World (2005)

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Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $12,712,093Details
International Box Office $13,472,307Details
Worldwide Box Office $26,184,400
Home Market Performance
Est. Domestic DVD Sales $8,206,304 Details
Total Est. Domestic Video Sales $8,206,304
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  7. Cast & Crew
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Metrics

Latest Ranking on Cumulative Box Office Lists

RecordRankAmount
All Time Domestic Box Office (Rank 4,401-4,500) 4,420 $12,712,093
All Time International Box Office (Rank 3,201-3,300) 3,225 $13,472,307
All Time Worldwide Box Office (Rank 3,901-4,000) 3,913 $26,184,400
All Time Domestic Highest Grossing Limited Release Movies (Rank 201-300) 227 $12,712,093

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


Movie Details

Production Budget:$30,000,000
Domestic Releases: December 25th, 2005 (Limited) by New Line
January 20th, 2006 (Expands Wide) by New Line
Video Release: May 9th, 2006 by New Line Home Video, released as New World, The
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for some intense battle sequences.
Running Time: 150 minutes
Comparisons: vs. Raiders of the Lost Ark
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Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Adventure
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Historical Fiction
Production Companies: The Virginia Company, LLC
Production Countries: United States

Ranking on other Records and Milestones

RecordRankAmountChart
Date
Days In
Release
Biggest 7th Weekend Limited Release 85 $1,424,351 Feb 3, 2006 43
Biggest 6th Weekend Limited Release 51 $2,476,001 Jan 27, 2006 36
Biggest 5th Weekend Limited Release 28 $4,029,715 Jan 20, 2006 29
Top 2005 Theater Average 48 $19,383 Dec 30, 2005 8

Leading Cast

   Captain Smith
   Pocahontas

Supporting Cast

Christopher Plummer    Captain Newport
Christian Bale    John Rolfe
August Schellenberg    Powhatan
Wes Studi    Openchancanough
David Thewlis    Wingfield
Yorick van Wageningen    Captain Argall
Ben Mendelsohn    Ben
Raoul Trujillo    Tomocomo
Brian F. O'Byrne    Lewes
Irene Bedard    Pocahontas' Mother
John Savage    Savage
Jamie Harris    Emery
Alex Rice    Patawomeck's Wife
Michael Greyeyes    Rupwew
Kalani Queypo    Parahunt
Noah Taylor    Selway
Ben Chaplin    Robinson
Janine Duvitski    Mary
Eddie Marsan    Eddie
Joe Inscoe    Ackley
Jake Curran    James
Thomas Clair    Patawomeck
Ford Flannagan    Winthrop
Bev Appleton    Small
Billy Merasty    Kiskiak
Jonathan Pryce    King James
Alexandra Malick    Queen Anne
Jasper Britton    Laureate
Myrton Running Wolf    Tockwhogh
E. Danny Murphy    Bosun
Jonathan Gonitel    Thomas (4 yrs)
Brian Merrick    Assailant
Chris Nelson    Chris
Colin Cox    Cox
Will Wallace    William Sentry
Steven Dawn    Goldsmith
Rulan Tangen    Two Moons
Jesse Borrego    Pepaschicher
Todd M. Wallace    Sailor
Kirk Acevedo    Sentry
Nive Nielsen    Inuit Woman
Tayla Kean    Cabin Boy
Thomas Steven McDonagh    Cabin Boy
James McDonagh    Cabin Boy
Gary Sundown    Messenger
Michael Goodwin    Helmsman
Sam Stevenson    Young Lady
Maria Pastel    Rosalind
Raynor Scheine    Raynor
Jeremy Radin    Jeremy
Matthew Yeung    Shaman
Gregory Labenz    Sentry

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

Production and Technical Credits

   Director
Terrence Malick    Screenwriter
Sarah Green    Producer
Bill Mechanic    Executive Producer
Rolf Mittweg    Executive Producer
Toby Emmerich    Executive Producer
Mark Ordesky    Executive Producer
Trish Hofmann    Executive Producer
Jack Fisk    Production Designer
Richard Chew    Editor
Hank Corwin    Editor
Saar Klein    Editor
Mark Yoshikawa    Editor
James Horner    Composer
Emmanuel Lubezki    Director of Photography
Ivan Bess    Associate Producer
Sandhya Shardanand    Associate Producer
Billy Weber    Associate Producer
Michele Ziegler    Assistant Director
Andy Cheng    Second Unit Director
Trish Hofmann    Unit Production Manager
David Crank    Art Director
Jim Erickson    Set Decorator
Jorg Widmer    Steadicam Cinematography
Pete Romano    Underwater Photography
Jacqueline West    Costume Designer
Catharine Fletcher Incaprera    Costume Supervisor
Jose Antonio Garcia    Sound Mixer
Skip Lievsay    Re-recording Mixer
Craig Berkey    Re-recording Mixer
Lance Brown    Additional Re-Recording Mixer
Aaron Glascock    Additional Re-Recording Mixer
Skip Lievsay    Supervising Sound Editor
Erik Aadahl    Sound Effects Editor
Craig Berkey    Sound Designer
Susan Dudeck    Dialogue Editor
Richard Bernstein    Supervising Music Editor
Philip Tallman    Music Editor
Paul Engelen    Make up
John R. Bayless    Make up
David Atherton    Make up
Joani Yarbrough    Hairstylist
Phillip Ivey    Hairstylist
Francine Maisler    Casting Director
Kathy Driscoll-Mohler    Casting Director
Rene Haynes    Casting (Native Americans)
Celestia Fox    Casting (UK)
Andy Cheng    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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Domestic Cumulative Box Office Records


Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2005/12/23 38 $20,000   3 $6,667   $20,000 1
2005/12/30 40 $58,149 +191% 3 $19,383   $156,471 2
2006/01/20 11 $4,029,715   811 $4,969   $4,219,579 5
2006/01/27 15 $2,476,001 -39% 811 $3,053   $7,834,330 6
2006/02/03 19 $1,424,351 -42% 803 $1,774   $10,160,883 7
2006/02/10 23 $626,159 -56% 660 $949   $11,304,718 8
2006/02/17 29 $352,878 -44% 316 $1,117   $11,926,906 9
2006/02/24 38 $199,661 -43% 223 $895   $12,286,351 10
2006/03/03 49 $98,326 -51% 132 $745   $12,465,566 11
2006/03/10 54 $54,607 -44% 78 $700   $12,565,443 12
2006/03/17 57 $43,974 -19% 60 $733   $12,634,666 13
2006/03/24 65 $25,639 -42% 34 $754   $12,680,863 14
2006/03/31 74 $14,280 -44% 20 $714   $12,712,093 15

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2005/12/26 29 $37,000   3 $12,333   $57,000 2
2006/01/02 38 $21,244   3 $7,081   $177,715 9
2006/01/20 10 $1,200,000   811 $1,480   $1,400,000 27
2006/01/21 10 $1,800,000 +50% 811 $2,219   $3,200,000 28
2006/01/22 11 $1,000,000 -44% 811 $1,233   $4,219,579 29
2006/01/23 9 $315,000 -69% 811 $388   $4,510,000 30
2006/01/24 9 $305,000 -3% 811 $376   $4,815,000 31
2006/01/25 9 $280,000 -8% 811 $345   $5,095,000 32
2006/01/26 10 $290,000 +4% 811 $358   $5,358,329 33
2006/02/20 28 $74,251   316 $235   $12,001,157 58

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2005/12/23 34 $98,322   3 $32,774   $98,322 1
2005/12/30 41 $91,542 -7% 3 $30,514   $189,864 2
2006/01/20 10 $5,168,465   811 $6,373   $5,358,329 5
2006/01/27 14 $3,378,203 -35% 811 $4,165   $8,736,532 6
2006/02/03 19 $1,942,027 -43% 803 $2,418   $10,678,559 7
2006/02/10 23 $895,469 -54% 660 $1,357   $11,574,028 8
2006/02/17 30 $512,662 -43% 316 $1,622   $12,086,690 9
2006/02/24 37 $280,550 -45% 223 $1,258   $12,367,240 10
2006/03/03 50 $143,596 -49% 132 $1,088   $12,510,836 11
2006/03/10 54 $79,856 -44% 78 $1,024   $12,590,692 12
2006/03/17 60 $64,532 -19% 60 $1,076   $12,655,224 13
2006/03/24 64 $42,589 -34% 34 $1,253   $12,697,813 14
2006/03/31 79 $14,280 -66% 20 $714   $12,712,093 15

International Cumulative Box Office Records


Worldwide Cumulative Box Office Records


Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
5/14/20067248,921 248,921$4,226,679$4,226,6791
5/21/20061773,469-70% 322,390$1,248,238$5,474,9172

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
9/20/200999,407 9,407$0$0176

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