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Peter Pan (2003)

Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $48,417,850Details
International Box Office $46,837,635Details
Worldwide Box Office $95,255,485
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Metrics

Latest Ranking on Cumulative Box Office Lists

RecordRankAmount
All Time Domestic Box Office (Rank 1,601-1,700) 1,690 $48,417,850
All Time International Box Office (Rank 1,601-1,700) 1,641 $46,837,635
All Time Worldwide Box Office (Rank 1,501-1,600) 1,564 $95,255,485

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


Movie Details

Production Budget:$100,000,000
Domestic Releases: December 25th, 2003 (Wide) by Universal
MPAA Rating: PG for adventure action sequences and peril
Running Time: 113 minutes
Franchise: Peter Pan
Comparisons: vs. The Nut Job 2: Nutty by Nature
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Keywords: Pirates, Fairies
Source:Based on Fiction Book/Short Story
Genre:Adventure
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Fantasy
Production Companies: Universal Pictures, Columbia Pictures, Revolution Studios
Production Countries: United States

Ranking on other Records and Milestones

RecordRankAmountChart
Date
Days In
Release
New Year's Day (All Movies, 3-Day) 153 $8,818,755 Jan 2, 2004 11
New Year's Day (All Movies, 3-Day, Inflation Adjusted) 188 $12,738,202 Jan 2, 2004 11
Christmas (All Movies, 3-Day) 106 $11,139,495 Dec 26, 2003 4
Christmas (All Movies, 3-Day, Inflation Adjusted) 133 $16,570,692 Dec 26, 2003 4
Christmas (Opening, 3-Day) 48 $11,139,495 Dec 26, 2003 4
Christmas (Opening, 3-Day, Inflation Adjusted) 48 $16,570,692 Dec 26, 2003 4

Leading Cast

   Captain Hook/Mr. Darling
   Peter Pan
   Wendy Darling

Supporting Cast

Olivia Williams    Mrs. Darling
Ludivine Sagnier    Tink
Richard Briers    Smee
Lynn Redgrave    Aunt Millicent
Geoffrey Palmer    Sir Edward Quiller Couch
Harry Newell    John Darling
Freddie Popplewell    Michael Darling
Theodore Chester    Slightly
Harry Eden    Nibs
Lachlan Gooch    Twin
Patrick Gooch    Twin
George McKay    Curly
Rupert Simonian    Tootles
Carsen Gray    Tiger Lily
Maggie Dence    Lady Quiller Couch
Kerry Walker    Miss Fulsom
Matthew Waters    Messenger Boy
Alan Cinis    Skylights
Frank Whitten    Starkey
Bruce Spence    Cookson
Daniel Wyllie    Alf Mason
Brian Carbee    Albino
Don Batte    Giant Pirate
Frank Gallacher    Alsation Fogarty
Septimus Caton    Noodler
Jacob Tomuri    Bill Jukes
Venant Wong    Quang Lee
Phil Meacham    Bollard
Darren Mitchell    Mullins
Michael Roughan    Cecco
Bill Kerr    Fairy Guide
Celeste Macilwaine    Sleeping Child
Spike Hogan    Sleeping Child
Patrick Hurd-Wood    Sleeping Child
Brooke Duncan    Sleeping Child
Themora Bourne    Sleeping Child
Alexander Bourne    Sleeping Child
Bruce Myles    Bank Manager
Maya Barnaby    Mermaid
Tory Mussett    Mermaid
Ursula Mills    Mermaid
Nadia Pirini    Mermaid
Vij Kaewsanan    Mermaid
Janet Strauss    Medicine Woman
Sam Morely    Fairy Bride
Brendan Shambrook    Fairy Groom

Narrator(s)

Saffron Burrows    Narrator

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

Production and Technical Credits

   Director
P.J. Hogan    Screenwriter
Michael Goldenberg    Screenwriter
J.M. Barrie    Story Creator
Lucy Fisher    Producer
Douglas Wick    Producer
Patrick McCormick    Producer
Mohamed Al Fayed    Executive Producer
Gail Lyon    Executive Producer
Jocelyn Moorhouse    Executive Producer
Roger Ford    Production Designer
Garth Craven    Editor
Michael Kahn    Editor
James Newton Howard    Composer
Donald M. McAlpine    Director of Photography
Gary Adelson    Co-Producer
Craig Baumgarten    Co-Producer
Stephen Jones    Co-Producer
Charles Newirth    Co-Executive Producer
Gloria S. Borders    Associate Producer
Ellen M. Somers    Associate Producer
Carolynne Cunningham    Assistant Director
Simon Warner    Assistant Director
Conrad Palmisano    Second Unit Director
Shirley Barrett    Second Unit Director
Patrick McCormick    Unit Production Manager
Jennifer Cornwell    Unit Production Manager
Richard Hobbs    Supervising Art Director
Michelle McGahey    Art Director
Kerrie Brown    Set Decorator
Martin McGrath    Second Unit Camera
Scott Farrar    Visual Effects Supervisor
Marko Forker*    Visual Effects Supervisor
Jenn Emberly    Visual Effects Designer
Clayton W. Pinney    Special Effects Supervisor
Janet Patterson    Costume Designer
Helen Dykes    Costume Supervisor
Paul Rubell    Additional Editor
Ben Osmo    Sound Mixer
Gary Rydstrom    Re-recording Mixer
Tom Johnson    Re-recording Mixer
Rick Kline    Re-recording Mixer
Jurgen Scharpf    Additional Sound Re-recording Mixer
Richard Hymns    Supervising Sound Editor
Kyrsten Mate    Sound Effects Editor
David C. Hughes    Sound Effects Editor
Gary Rydstrom    Sound Designer
Christopher Scarabosio    Sound Designer
Jim Weidman    Music Editor
David Olson    Music Editor
Bonnie Greenberg    Music Supervisor
Billy Hopkins    Casting Director
Suzanne Smith    Casting Director
Kerry Barden    Casting Director
Deborah Maxwell Dion    Casting Director
Shaheen Baig    Casting Director
Conrad Palmisano    Stunt Coordinator
Ric Anderson    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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April 5th, 2011

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DVD Releases for May 04, 2004

May 3rd, 2004

Every week films get a second chance at success from the home market; or, in some cases, a first chance at success. There was again an excellent mix of wide releases, limited releases, older films and TV on DVD. And because of the wide section, there should be something for everyone, and for me it's Gilmore Girls - Season 1 - (Buy from Amazon), which is my DVD pick of the week. More...

A Very Happy New Year

January 5th, 2004

2004 started off with a bang as all movies in the top five beat expectations, although mostly by just a million or two. Lord of the Rings: Return of the King continues to lead and may yet have one more win up its sleeve for next week. This allowed 2004 to get an early jump improving upon last year's pace by more than 9%. There was a considerable drop from last week, but this was not surprising given the return to work / school on Monday. A drop of just 24% was the best week to week drop-off to start the year since 2000 when the box office dropped a mere 14%. More...

Will it be Three in a Row for the Trilogy?

January 2nd, 2004

This week there are no new wide openings, so the top five should look a lot like last weekend. This includes another winning weekend for Lord of the Rings: Return of the King. The lack of new releases is not uncommon for this time of the year, nor is the number of potential $100 million movies. Of the top five, one has already crossed $100 million and three more could follow. More...

Returning as King

December 29th, 2003

No one was surprised that Lord of the Ring: Return of the King remained on top for the second weekend in a row, but most of the new entries did surprise at the box office. It is also not surprising that the box office shot up from last week by over 30%, but the yearly increase was a much more modest 4%. That is less than the average increase in ticket prices. More...

Lord Will Remain King over Christmas

December 24th, 2003

There's really no doubt Lord of the Rings: Return of the King will remain number one over Christmas / the weekend. The only real question is how much of last weekend's record breaking performance will it maintain and how well will the other movies fare. More...

Movie Websites Launches for December 19 - December 25

December 24th, 2003

During the past week promotional websites for several movies were launched and some older ones added additional content. Here is an abridged list of highlights, (including the winner for the week, Peter Pan - Official Site) plus one last look at websites for films opening this week. This week's list is abridged due to the holidays. Next week's will probably be the same, but it will return to normal in the New Year. If you know of any new movie websites not on this list feel free to e-mail me with the details. More...

Movie Websites Launches for December 5 - December 11

December 11th, 2003


A Thankless Holiday

November 28th, 2003

This Thanksgiving is turning out to be rather disappointing. Early estimates are about on par with last year when all five wide releases failed to make a major impact at the box office. This year will be a little better, but only because of inflation. More...

Movie Websites Launches for November 21 - November 28

November 27th, 2003

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Movie Websites Launches for October 31 - November 6

November 6th, 2003


Domestic Cumulative Box Office Records


Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2003/12/26 7 $11,139,495   2,813 $3,960   $14,627,615 1
2004/01/02 6 $8,818,755 -21% 2,813 $3,135   $34,179,235 2
2004/01/09 11 $4,182,415 -53% 2,614 $1,600   $40,008,560 3
2004/01/16 14 $2,209,660 -47% 1,649 $1,340   $43,028,340 4
2004/01/23 16 $1,225,180 -45% 1,124 $1,090   $45,465,970 5
2004/01/30 22 $660,545 -46% 738 $895   $46,401,825 6
2004/02/06 27 $332,085 -50% 481 $690   $46,862,915 7
2004/02/13 31 $263,895 -21% 400 $660   $47,198,890 8
2004/02/20 35 $217,620 -18% 340 $640   $47,580,735 9
2004/02/27 40 $152,490 -30% 299 $510   $47,785,570 10
2004/03/05 39 $142,750 -6% 240 $595   $47,977,555 11
2004/03/12 41 $105,560 -26% 203 $520   $48,120,270 12
2004/03/19 38 $110,405 +5% 181 $610   $48,304,770 13
2004/03/26 50 $62,365 -44% 126 $495   $48,417,850 14

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2003/12/25 5 $3,671,000   2,813 $1,305   $3,671,000 1
2003/12/26 6 $4,200,000 +14% 2,813 $1,493   $8,100,000 2
2003/12/27 7 $3,881,955 -8% 2,813 $1,380   $11,378,600 3
2003/12/28 7 $3,249,015 -16% 2,813 $1,155   $14,627,615 4
2003/12/29 5 $2,546,000 -22% 2,813 $905   $17,173,000 5
2003/12/30 4 $2,758,000 +8% 2,813 $980   $19,931,000 6
2003/12/31 6 $2,100,000 -24% 2,813 $747   $22,000,000 7
2004/01/01 7 $3,150,000 +50% 2,813 $1,120   $25,150,000 8
2004/01/02 6 $3,400,000 +8% 2,813 $1,209   $28,600,000 9
2004/01/03 6 $3,263,080 -4% 2,813 $1,160   $32,055,420 10
2004/01/04 5 $2,123,815 -35% 2,813 $755   $34,179,235 11
2004/01/05 8 $577,000 -73% 2,813 $205   $34,756,000 12
2004/01/06 9 $395,000 -32% 2,813 $140   $35,151,000 13
2004/01/07 9 $351,000 -11% 2,813 $125   $35,502,000 14
2004/01/08 9 $324,000 -8% 2,813 $115   $35,826,000 15
2004/01/10 10 $1,934,375   2,614 $740   $38,701,575 17
2004/01/11 7 $1,306,985 -32% 2,614 $500   $40,008,560 18
2004/01/17 10 $956,420   1,649 $580   $42,220,330 24
2004/01/18 10 $808,010 -16% 1,649 $490   $43,028,340 25
2004/01/19 8 $939,930 +16% 1,649 $570   $43,968,270 26
2004/02/16 27 $98,100   400 $245   $47,296,990 54

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2003/12/26 6 $21,872,360   2,813 $7,775   $25,360,480 2
2004/01/02 7 $10,465,665 -52% 2,813 $3,720   $35,826,145 3
2004/01/09 12 $4,992,535 -52% 2,614 $1,910   $40,818,680 4
2004/01/16 14 $3,422,110 -31% 1,649 $2,075   $44,240,790 5
2004/01/23 16 $1,500,490 -56% 1,124 $1,335   $45,741,280 6
2004/01/30 24 $789,550 -47% 738 $1,070   $46,530,830 7
2004/02/06 29 $404,165 -49% 481 $840   $46,934,995 8
2004/02/13 31 $428,120 +6% 400 $1,070   $47,363,115 9
2004/02/20 38 $269,965 -37% 340 $794   $47,633,080 10
2004/02/27 41 $201,725 -25% 299 $675   $47,834,805 11
2004/03/05 43 $179,905 -11% 240 $750   $48,014,710 12
2004/03/12 40 $179,655 n/c 203 $885   $48,194,365 13
2004/03/19 39 $161,120 -10% 181 $890   $48,355,485 14
2004/03/26 58 $62,365 -61% 126 $495   $48,417,850 15

International Cumulative Box Office Records


Worldwide Cumulative Box Office Records


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