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The Ninth Gate (2000)

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Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $18,653,746Details
International Box Office $39,740,562Details
Worldwide Box Office $58,394,308
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Movie Details

Production Budget:$38,000,000
Domestic Releases: March 10th, 2000 (Wide) by Artisan
Video Release: July 18th, 2000 by Lionsgate Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: R for some violence and sexuality
Running Time: 132 minutes
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Keywords: Film Noir, The Devil
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Thriller/Suspense
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Fantasy
Production Companies: Harp Productions, Orly Films, TF1 Film Productions
Production Countries: France,
Spain,
United States

Leading Cast

   Dean Corso

Supporting Cast

Lena Olin    Liana Telfer
Frank Langella    Boris Balkan
James Russo    Bernie
Jack Taylor    Victor Fargas
Jose Lopez Rodero    Pablo and Pedro Ceniza
Allen Garfield    Witkin
Barbara Jefford    Baroness Kessler
Emmanuelle Seigner    The Girl
Tony Amoni    Liana's Bodyguard
Willy Holt    Andrew Telfer
Maria Ducceshi    Secretary
Jacques Collard    Gruber

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

Production and Technical Credits

   Director
Roman Polanski    Producer
Enrique Urbizu    Screenwriter
Roman Polanski    Screenwriter
John Brownjohn    Screenwriter
Arturo Perez-Reverte    Story Creator
Suzanne Wiesenfeld    Line Producer
Wolfgang Glattes    Executive Producer
Michael Cheyko    Executive Producer
Inaki Nunez    Co-Producer
Antonio Cardenal    Co-Producer
Alain Vannier    Co-Producer
Darius Khondji    Cinematographer
Dean Tavoularis    Production Designer
Herve DeLuze*    Editor
Wojchiech Kilar    Composer
Anthony Powell    Costume Designer
Howard Feuer    Casting Director
Adam Kempton    Associate Producer
Gerard Viard    Art Director
Philippe Turlure    Set Decorator
Scott E. Anderson    Visual Effects Supervisor
Thomas Duval    Visual Effects Supervisor
Dean Humphreys    Re-recording Mixer
Anne Le Campion    Re-recording Mixer
Laurent Quaglio    Sound Editor
Dominique Rouassier    Stunt Coordinator

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

Domestic Cumulative Box Office Records


Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2000/03/10 2 $6,622,518   1,586 $4,176   $6,622,518 1
2000/03/17 5 $3,531,618 -47% 1,657 $2,131   $12,534,261 2
2000/03/24 11 $1,930,263 -45% 1,694 $1,139   $15,601,499 3
2000/03/31 18 $802,128 -58% 1,021 $786   $17,178,615 4
2000/04/07 23 $275,553 -66% 427 $645   $17,762,434 5
2000/04/14 29 $180,331 -35% 241 $748   $18,063,500 6
2000/04/21 37 $135,663 -25% 201 $675   $18,218,914 7
2000/04/28 50 $58,219 -57% 124 $470   $18,410,007 8
2000/05/05 34 $101,262 +74% 242 $418   $18,531,411 9
2000/05/12 63 $34,690 -66% 93 $373   $18,621,993 10
2000/05/19 68 $17,221 -50% 42 $410   $18,653,746 11

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2000/03/10 2 $2,203,000   1,585 $1,390   $2,203,000 1
2000/03/11 3 $2,758,000 +25% 1,585 $1,740   $4,961,000 2
2000/03/12 2 $1,849,000 -33% 1,306 $1,416   $6,622,518 3
2000/03/13 2 $601,210 -67% 1,306 $460   $7,223,728 4
2000/03/14 2 $656,831 +9% 1,306 $503   $7,880,559 5
2000/03/15 2 $551,410 -16% 1,306 $422   $8,431,969 6
2000/03/16 3 $545,388 -1% 1,306 $418   $8,977,357 7
2000/03/17 5 $972,643 +78% 1,306 $745   $9,950,000 8
2000/03/18 6 $1,550,000 +59% 1,657 $935   $11,500,000 9
2000/03/19 5 $1,054,000 -32% 1,657 $636   $12,534,261 10
2000/03/20 5 $314,681 -70% 1,657 $190   $12,848,942 11
2000/03/21 5 $349,653 +11% 1,657 $211   $13,198,595 12
2000/03/22 9 $243,458 -30% 1,657 $147   $13,442,053 13
2000/03/23 9 $226,000 -7% 1,657 $136   $13,668,000 14
2000/03/26 10 $518,000   1,694 $306   $15,601,499 17
2000/03/27 10 $187,742 -64% 1,694 $111   $15,789,241 18
2000/03/28 10 $211,490 +13% 1,694 $125   $16,000,731 19
2000/03/29 10 $193,089 -9% 1,694 $114   $16,193,820 20
2000/03/30 10 $183,642 -5% 1,694 $108   $16,377,462 21
2000/04/02 15 $226,000   1,021 $221   $17,178,615 24
2000/04/03 14 $68,895 -70% 1,021 $67   $17,247,510 25
2000/04/04 14 $88,695 +29% 1,021 $87   $17,336,205 26
2000/04/05 15 $74,832 -16% 1,021 $73   $17,411,037 27
2000/04/06 15 $73,736 -1% 1,021 $72   $17,484,773 28
2000/04/09 19 $72,000   427 $169   $17,762,434 31
2000/04/10 17 $26,593 -63% 427 $62   $17,789,023 32
2000/04/11 18 $35,110 +32% 427 $82   $17,824,137 33
2000/04/12 17 $33,862 -4% 427 $79   $17,857,999 34
2000/04/13 17 $30,580 -10% 427 $72   $17,888,579 35
2000/04/17 20 $22,364   241 $93   $18,085,864 39

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2000/03/10 2 $9,002,643   1,586 $5,676   $9,002,643 1
2000/03/17 5 $4,668,593 -48% 1,657 $2,817   $13,671,236 2
2000/03/24 10 $2,705,251 -42% 1,694 $1,597   $16,376,487 3
2000/03/31 19 $1,110,394 -59% 1,021 $1,088   $17,486,881 4
2000/04/07 22 $396,288 -64% 427 $928   $17,883,169 5
2000/04/14 31 $200,082 -50% 241 $830   $18,083,251 6
2000/04/21 29 $268,537 +34% 201 $1,336   $18,351,788 7
2000/04/28 53 $78,361 -71% 124 $632   $18,430,149 8
2000/05/05 32 $157,154 +101% 242 $649   $18,587,303 9
2000/05/12 65 $49,222 -69% 93 $529   $18,636,525 10
2000/05/19 73 $17,221 -65% 42 $410   $18,653,746 11

International Cumulative Box Office Records


Worldwide Cumulative Box Office Records


Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
9/6/2009195,442 5,442$54,369$54,369477

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