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Step Up (2006)

Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $65,328,121Details
International Box Office $45,661,036Details
Worldwide Box Office $110,989,157
Home Market Performance
Est. Domestic DVD Sales $51,838,222 Details
Total Est. Domestic Video Sales $51,838,222
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Metrics

Latest Ranking on Cumulative Box Office Lists


Movie Details

Production Budget:$12,000,000
Domestic Releases: August 11th, 2006 (Wide) by Walt Disney
Video Release: December 19th, 2006 by Walt Disney Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for thematic elements, brief violence and innuendo.
Running Time: 103 minutes
Franchise: Step Up
Comparisons: vs. Save the Last Dance
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Keywords: Dancing, Cross-Class Romance, Romance, Forbidden Romance, Ballet, Hip Hop and Rap, Community Service, Big Break, Juvenile Delinquent, Foster Family, Dysfunctional Family, Basketball, Young Child Dealing with the Death of a Parent
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Drama
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: Summit Entertainment
Production Countries: United States

Ranking on other Records and Milestones

RecordRankAmountChart
Date
Days In
Release
Labor Day (All Movies, 3-Day, Inflation Adjusted) 283 $6,168,265 Sep 1, 2006 24
Labor Day (All Movies, 4-Day, Fri-Mon) 163 $5,610,172 Sep 1, 2006 24
Labor Day (All Movies, 4-Day, Fri-Mon, Inflation Adjusted) 160 $7,682,938 Sep 1, 2006 24
Fastest to $50m 932 $50,395,874 Aug 25, 2006 17
Biggest Domestic August Weekend 87 $20,659,573 Aug 11, 2006 3

Leading Cast

   Tyler Gage
   Nora Clark

Supporting Cast

Mario    Miles Darby
Rachel Griffiths    Director Gordon
Drew Sidora    Lucy Avila
Heavy D    Omar
Damaine Radcliff    Mac Carter
D'Shawn Washington    Skinny Carter
Josh Henderson    Brett Dolan
Deirdre Lovejoy    Nora's Mom/Katherine Clark
Alyson Stoner    Camille
Tim LaCatena    Andrew
Jane Beard    Lena Freeman
Richard Pelzman    Bill Freeman
Carlyncia Peck    Mac's Mother
Ryan Sands    History Teacher
DeLon Howell    PJ
Dominique Boyd    Omar Party Girl Yvette
Rana Poindexter    Omar Party Girl
Angelica Huesca    Omar Party Pretty Girl
Frank Ferrara, Jr.    Security Guard
Frank Herzog    Judge Milton
Anne Fletcher    Ms. Stephanie
Natalie Steinberg    Little Girl Ballerina
Jamie Scott    Colin
Isaiah Washington    Malcom
Jiehae Park    Stagehand
Sheila Cutchlow    Scout
John Leslie Wolfe    Scout
Karim Fawzy    Omar Partier
Tom Quinn    Music Teacher
Shiloh Monaco    Piano Player
Jeanne Jeanne    Girl Singer/Lucy Back Up Singer
Robyn Norris    Girl Singer/Lucy Back Up Singer
Jeannie Ortega    Girl Singer
Damien Escobar    Violinist
Tourie Escobar    Violinist
Jeremiah Griffin    Lucy Backup Singer #3
Caitlin Kinney    Ballerina
Kevin Eugene Green    Basketball Player
Javes Wiggins    Basketball Player
Steve E. Carter    Basketball Player
Donald Rheubottom    Court Room Sheriff
Donald Waugh    Fruit Vendor
Michael Seresin    Custodian
Larissa Rotnitskaya    Accompanist
Spencer Longmore    Omar's Chop Shop Guy

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

Production and Technical Credits

   Director
Duane Adler    Screenwriter
Melissa Rosenberg    Screenwriter
Duane Adler    Story Creator
Patrick Wachsberger    Producer
Erik Feig    Producer
Adam Shankman    Producer
Jennifer Gibgot    Producer
Bob Hayward    Executive Producer
David Garrett    Executive Producer
John H. Starke    Executive Producer
Michael Seresin    Director of Photography
Shepherd Frankel    Production Designer
Nancy Richardson    Editor
Alix Hester    Costume Designer
Aaron Zigman    Composer
Buck Damon    Music Supervisor
Anne Fletcher    Choreography
Joanna Colbert    Casting Director
Meredith Milton    Co-Producer
Andrew Matosich    Associate Producer
Mimi Tseng    Associate Producer
Ellen H. Schwartz    Assistant Director
John Hockridge    Assistant Director
John H. Starke    Unit Production Manager
Laura Ballinger Gardner    Art Director
Susan Kessel    Set Decorator
Roseann Milano    Costume Supervisor
John D. McCormick    Sound Mixer
Jon Taylor    Re-recording Mixer
Christian P. Minkler    Re-recording Mixer
Karen Baker Landers    Supervising Sound Editor
Christopher Assells    Sound Effects Editor
Daniel Hegeman*    Sound Effects Editor
Peter Staubli    Sound Effects Editor
Frederick H. Stahly    Dialogue Editor
Patrick J. Foley    Dialogue Editor
John Finklea    Music Editor
Gina Wilgis Bateman    Make up
Ardis F. Cohen    Hairstylist
Carlyn Davis    Casting Director
John Cenatiempo    Stunt Coordinator
Douglas Crosby    Stunt Coordinator

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

DVD and Blu-ray Releases for July 3rd, 2012

July 4th, 2012

After a run of several good weeks, it is a complete disaster on the home market this week. The best selling first run release will be... nothing. This is because there is no first run release coming out this week. According to Amazon.com, the best selling new release of the week is Midsomer Murders: Set 20, while the top ten is dominated by limited releases and Blu-ray catalogue titles. This makes choosing a Pick of the Week difficult, because there are so few prime releases. Rocko's Modern Life: Season Three is on the short list for contenders, as is The Hunter on Blu-ray. But in the end, I went with God Bless America on either DVD or Blu-ray. It's a great movie and there's a surprising number of extras on the DVD. More...

Featured Blu-ray Review: Step-Up

July 2nd, 2012

Step-Up came out in 2006. The film cost just $12 million to make and expectations were rather low; however, it turned out to be a serious hit at the box office earning enough during its opening weekend to cover the production budget. It was profitable enough to be turned into a franchise, with the latest installment opening later this month. Now that it is coming out on Blu-ray, is it worth upgrading for fans? And if you missed it the first time around, is it worth picking up? More...

International Top Five - Apocalypto Remains Best of the Rest

February 4th, 2007

For the second weekend in a row Apocalypto earned sixth place on the international charts, this time pulling in 7.03 million on 2308 screens for a total of $47.42 million. Its best market of the weekend was Mexico where it had an easy first place finish with $2.43 million on 502 screens over the weekend and $2.66 million including previews. It was also strong during its second weekend in Spain as it was down 40% to $1.17 million on 284 screens for a total of $3.64 million. More...

Prada is a Tight Fit in First Place

January 7th, 2007

None of half-a-dozen new releases were able to make a big splash on rental charts, but that doesn't mean there wasn't anything interesting to report. Every film in the top five was within $540,000 on each other with The Devil Wears Prada claiming top spot with $6.87 million. More...

Sunshine Just Misses First Place During Its Home Market Debut

December 30th, 2006

There were nearly a dozen new releases to chart this week, but it was a holdover that took top spot in an extremely close race. The Devil Wears Prada beat out Little Miss Sunshine at $8.88 million to $8.80 million. More...

DVD Releases for December 19, 2006

December 19th, 2006

This is the last week before Christmas and there are a lot of DVDs on this week's list that would make perfect last minute Christmas gifts. There are also a lot of DVDs that feel like they are being dumped on the home market in the hopes that they will be scooped up by ever desperate shoppers. Of the contenders, Jackie Chan's Police Story - Special Collector's Edition and The Simpsons - The Complete Ninth Season - Collectable Lisa Head Packaging came close to taking home the honor. But in the end I went with When the Levees Broke. More...

International Details - Saw Sees Better Days

December 11th, 2006

Saw III slipped another spot to sixth with $4.46 million on 1518 screens in 29 markets for an international total of $54.27 million. Its best opening of the weekend came in South Korea where it placed third with $1.08 million on 144 screens, which is the last major opening for the film this year. More...

International Details - Open Season Starts to Close Out Its Run

December 3rd, 2006

Open Season only has a few more markets to open in and is starting to shed screens and markets; however, it sill managed sixth place with $4.08 million on 3489 screens in 49 markets for a two-month total of $76.58 million. This week the film opened in first place in both South Africa with $257,000 on 77 screens and in the Czech Republic with $79,000 on 23 screens. More...

International Details - Devil Drops Out of Top Five

November 26th, 2006

Late numbers for the international weekend meant there was a shakeup in the top five with Saw III trading places with The Devil Wears Prada. Saw III took fourth with $6.54 million on 1912 screens in 20 markets for a total of $37.18 million. Meanwhile, The Devil Wears Prada fell to sixth with $5.87 million on 2452 screens in 23 markets for a total of $172.54 million. It was also the first time in nearly two months that the film didn't place in the top five on the international box office. More...

International Details - Box Office is Far From Dead

November 19th, 2006

Desu Noto 2, a.k.a., Death Note 2: The Last Name held on strong adding $5.12 million on 397 screens in 2 markets for a two week total of $20.85 million. In Japan the film remained in top spot with $4.66 million on 346 screens for a two week total of $19.34 million. More...

International Details - Death has a Noteworthy Start

November 12th, 2006

Desu Noto 2, a.k.a., Death Note 2: The Last Name opened in two market last weekend taking in a total of $7.29 million on 393 screens including finishing first in Japan with $6.50 million on 342 screen over the weekend and $10.33 million in total. In the mean time, the film opened in second place in South Korea with a respectable total of $1.37 million, which includes more than just the weekend, obviously. More...

International Details - Partying on the International Charts

November 5th, 2006

Barnyard: The Original Party Animals saw impressive growth this week up 52% to $4.26 million on 2035 screens in 20 markets for an international total of $16.58 million. The film opened in a handful of markets including placing first in Mexico with $927,000 on 310 screens, but that's a little low for this type of film in that market. Also, it missed the top five in Spain opening in sixth place with $651,000 on 220 screens. The film's biggest market of the weekend was the U.K. where it was down just 27% to $1.41 million on 446 screens over the weekend for a total of $5.66 million after two. More...

International Details - Germany Dominates the Best of the Rest

October 22nd, 2006

The German soccer film, Deutschland. Ein Sommermarchen, remained in first place in Germany and sixth overall this weekend. It managed this feat by falling just 25% to $5.41 million on 671 screens for a two-week total of $14.67 million. More...

International Details - Marching to the Top

October 15th, 2006

The German Film, Deutschland. Ein Sommermarchen, which could translate into English as Germany, A Summer March, but I wouldn't bet money on it. ... Moving on, The film took top spot in its native market with $7.19 million on 584 screens and that was enough for sixth place overall. More...

International Details - Glorious Beginning

October 8th, 2006

Indigenes, a.k.a. Days of Glory, opened in first place in its native France with $5.53 million on 460 screens while it managed ninth in Switzerland with $76,000 despite opening on only 8 screens. The film opened on Wednesday in Belgium before expanding to other European market in the coming weeks. More...

You, Me, Dupree, and the International Details

September 3rd, 2006

A first place opening in the U.K. helped You, Me & Dupree shoot up the charts nearly reaching the top five. While it did have to settle for sixth place, its $4.32 million on 914 screens in 8 markets was enough to push its still early international total to $13.01 million. Over in the U.K., the film picked up $3.10 million on 409 screens and that was more than double its nearest competitor. The film opened in Iceland over the weekend earning second place to Garfield's A Tail of Two Kitties with $42,000 in three theatres. More...

Snakes Can't Compete with Hype

August 22nd, 2006

The weekend box office was surprisingly subdued given the amount of hype the number one film was generating. Overall the box office made $110 million, which was down 14.9% from last week and 3.5% from last year. The week-to-week decline is to be expected at this time of year, but the year-to-year drop-off is more troubling. Even so, 2006 is still maintaining a 6% lead over last year's pace and that's well above ticket price inflation. More...

DVD Releases for August 15, 2006

August 14th, 2006

It is another insanely busy week with 1,250 DVDs coming out, at least according to Amazon. However, like last week, the majority of those are episodes of Charlie Rose. (I really wish the studio released them as full season sets and not flood the market with individual titles that most people will skip over without a second thought.) Three releases immediately jump out as the best of the best, Apocalypse Now - The Complete Dossier, Masters of Horror - Dario Argento - Jenifer, and The Simpsons - The Complete Eighth Season - Collectable Maggie Head Edition. I could have spent hours trying to determine which of those was the best, but instead I will just award all three the title of DVD Pick of the Week. More...

Movie Website Updates for August 5 - August 11

August 11th, 2006

The torrid pace of website updates continues with more than 30 films on this week's list. There were a few sites that really caught my eye, but it was Trust the Man - Official Site and its interactive map of New York City and its more than 2 dozen clips that won the Weekly Website Award. More...

Ricky Bobby Looks to Take Victory Lap

August 10th, 2006

After winning last weekend with ease, Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby has four new films looking to knock it off the podium. However, that seems very unlikely at this point. More...

2006 Preview: August

August 1st, 2006

July finally brought us the year's first truly monster his with Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest, but outside that film, most of the month disappointed. With August being a bit of a dumping ground for films that didn't work out, the weakness in the box office should continue. Add in a few surprise hits last year and 2006 may have trouble keeping up with last years pace. More...

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Domestic Cumulative Box Office Records


Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2006/08/11 2 $20,659,573   2,467 $8,374   $20,659,573 1
2006/08/18 4 $10,157,605 -51% 2,639 $3,849   $39,738,435 2
2006/08/25 8 $6,163,436 -39% 2,647 $2,328   $50,395,874 3
2006/09/01 10 $4,504,140 -27% 2,553 $1,764   $57,384,935 4
2006/09/08 12 $2,519,702 -44% 2,279 $1,106   $61,650,612 5
2006/09/15 16 $1,350,484 -46% 1,408 $959   $63,595,775 6
2006/09/22 21 $649,504 -52% 700 $928   $64,570,762 7
2006/09/29 29 $230,746 -64% 312 $740   $64,938,783 8
2006/10/06 42 $84,054 -64% 138 $609   $65,084,737 9
2006/10/13 32 $149,855 +78% 241 $622   $65,269,010 10

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2006/08/11 1 $8,729,677   2,467 $3,539   $8,729,677 1
2006/08/12 3 $6,963,784 -20% 2,467 $2,823   $15,693,461 2
2006/08/13 3 $4,966,112 -29% 2,467 $2,013   $20,659,573 3
2006/08/14 2 $2,694,846 -46% 2,467 $1,092   $23,354,419 4
2006/08/15 2 $2,429,375 -10% 2,467 $985   $25,783,794 5
2006/08/16 2 $1,896,000 -22% 2,467 $769   $27,674,000 6
2006/08/17 2 $1,901,036 n/c 2,467 $771   $29,580,830 7
2006/08/18 4 $3,452,227 +82% 2,639 $1,308   $33,033,057 8
2006/08/19 4 $3,921,766 +14% 2,639 $1,486   $36,954,823 9
2006/08/20 4 $2,783,612 -29% 2,639 $1,055   $39,738,435 10
2006/08/21 4 $1,246,304 -55% 2,639 $472   $40,984,739 11
2006/08/22 3 $1,210,861 -3% 2,639 $459   $42,195,600 12
2006/08/23 4 $1,041,464 -14% 2,639 $395   $43,237,064 13
2006/08/24 4 $995,374 -4% 2,639 $377   $44,232,438 14
2006/08/25 7 $2,024,122 +103% 2,647 $765   $46,256,560 15
2006/08/26 5 $2,520,072 +25% 2,647 $952   $48,776,632 16
2006/08/27 9 $1,619,242 -36% 2,647 $612   $50,395,874 17
2006/08/28 6 $678,298 -58% 2,647 $256   $51,074,172 18
2006/08/29 7 $664,886 -2% 2,647 $251   $51,739,058 19
2006/08/30 5 $608,437 -8% 2,647 $230   $52,347,495 20
2006/08/31 5 $533,300 -12% 2,647 $201   $52,880,795 21
2006/09/01 8 $1,191,516 +123% 2,553 $467   $54,072,311 22
2006/09/02 9 $1,738,298 +46% 2,553 $681   $55,810,609 23
2006/09/03 10 $1,574,326 -9% 2,553 $617   $57,384,935 24
2006/09/04 10 $1,106,032 -30% 2,553 $433   $58,490,967 25
2006/09/05 9 $243,427 -78% 2,553 $95   $58,734,394 26
2006/09/06 9 $200,725 -18% 2,553 $79   $58,935,119 27
2006/09/07 9 $195,791 -2% 2,553 $77   $59,130,910 28
2006/09/08 11 $711,491 +263% 2,279 $312   $59,842,401 29
2006/09/09 11 $1,201,780 +69% 2,279 $527   $61,044,181 30
2006/09/10 12 $606,431 -50% 2,279 $266   $61,650,612 31

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2006/08/11 2 $29,580,830   2,467 $11,991   $29,580,830 1
2006/08/18 4 $14,651,608 -50% 2,639 $5,552   $44,232,438 2
2006/08/25 7 $8,648,357 -41% 2,647 $3,267   $52,880,795 3
2006/09/01 9 $6,250,115 -28% 2,553 $2,448   $59,130,910 4
2006/09/08 12 $3,114,381 -50% 2,279 $1,367   $62,245,291 5
2006/09/15 16 $1,675,967 -46% 1,408 $1,190   $63,921,258 6
2006/09/22 21 $786,779 -53% 700 $1,124   $64,708,037 7
2006/09/29 28 $292,646 -63% 312 $938   $65,000,683 8
2006/10/06 43 $118,472 -60% 138 $858   $65,119,155 9
2006/10/13 32 $208,966 +76% 241 $867   $65,328,121 10

International Cumulative Box Office Records


Worldwide Cumulative Box Office Records


Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
12/24/200631,482,390 1,482,390$27,762,348$27,762,3481
12/31/20064501,571-66% 1,983,961$9,249,571$37,011,9192
1/7/20076293,140-42% 2,277,101$4,804,213$41,816,1323
1/14/200713135,057-54% 2,412,158$2,159,561$43,975,6944
1/21/20072775,273-44% 2,487,431$1,203,615$45,179,3095
1/28/20072657,981-23% 2,545,412$971,872$46,151,1816

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