|Budget: $50 million||Financed by: Metropolitan Filmexport|
|Domestic Gross: $10,169,202||Domestic Distributor: New Line|
|Overseas Gross: $12,775,300||
Directed by: Tony Scott
Produced by: Samuel Hadida
France based Metropolitan Filmexport financed Domino for $50 million and New Line acquired US rights for $15 million. New Line originally scheduled the pic for an August 19 release, but pushed it to early November, then late November, moved it back to August again to keep it away from the Keira Knightley starrer Pride and Prejudice and finally settled on the date of October 14. Domino was booked in 2,223 theaters against The Fog remake and Elizabethtown and was dead on arrival with $4,670,120. It placed #7 over the slow weekend, led by The Fog. Audiences did not like the pic any more than critics and gave Domino a poor C+ cinemascore. It declined 51.3% in its second frame to $2,275,531 and promptly lost most of its theater count and was pulled from release after only four weeks with a total of $10,169,202. New Line would see back about $5.6 million after theaters take their percentage of the gross, which would barely put a dent in their P&A costs and cover none of their acquisition expense. Summit Entertainment and Davis Films sold the film to overseas distributors, except for in France, where Metropolitan would distribute. Metropolitan opened Domino in 286 theaters to a poor $781,043 and stopped reporting its numbers after two weeks with only $1,127,327. Entertainment saw the highest overseas numbers in the UK with just $2,220,079. The overseas cume was $12,775,300 across numerous distributors. Domestic home video sales were $15.7 million (less after resellers take their cut and manufacturing costs).