SOURCE CODE Breaks Through $100 Million Dollars At Worldwide Box Office!


Just last week, Duncan Jones announced on Twitter that SOURCE CODE had hit $50 Million at the US domestic box office, which in itself was a fantastic achievement!

Duncan Jones announces Source Code hits $50 million at US Box Office -  6th may 2011We can now also announce that, over the last weekend, SOURCE CODE has hit over $100, 000, 000.00 in world wide box office. Flippin’ fantastic! And I am guessing maybe a smidgen more than the whole cast, crew, and production team may hoped for.

Brilliant reviews and great word of mouth has spread as SOURCE CODE has rolled out worldwide, and helped to keep it in the US & UK Top 10 for 4/5 weeks after the initial April 1st release date.

In the last two weeks Australia, New Zealand, Poland and Indonesia had their first taste of the mind bending second feature from MOON Director Duncan Jones, and there are still quite a few countries to go before SOURCE CODE completes it’s worldwide theatrical run.

Thanks to everyone who has been out and bought tickets to experience & support SOURCE CODE, showing what we all know, that a lot of us appreciate intelligent, thought provoking, emotionally involving cinema, made by a fantastic team.

MAHOOSIVE CONGRATULATIONS!!! to Director Duncan Jones, Writer Ben Ripley, Stars Jake Gyllehaal, Vera Farmiga, Michelle Monaghan, Jeffrey Wright, Russell Peters & the rest of the cast, composer Chris Bacon and everyone at The Mark Gordon Company, Vendome Pictures & Summit Entertainment.

There’s still time to catch SOURCE CODE at the cinema, for the first time, or for a return visit 🙂

And we are constantly updating the remaining worldwide release dates, so hopefully, you’ll be able to enjoy SOURCE CODE on the big screen near you soon, if you haven’t already.

Thanks! 🙂

7 thoughts on “SOURCE CODE Breaks Through $100 Million Dollars At Worldwide Box Office!”

  1. I didn’t know this movie existed until now. I just saw the trailer.
    With the name “source code” I expected Richard Stallman dressed like “Kill Bill” fighting corporations for our freedoms and things like that.
    But anyway, the movie looks good.

  2. Source Code is one of the best films of the year. In fact, it was released here in Egypt before the rest of the world, but I guess no one pays much attention to Egypt (aside from the Revolution, of course). I am a film critic for Egypt’s best (well, and only) magazine dedicated for Hollywood–C Magazine.

    For two whole weeks after I watched Source Code, my mind won’t stop trying to crack its code. I am happy I did, otherwise my mind would have blown up… literally. As for the part about Egypt, it was not intended:

    Thank you, Mr. Jones, for such a wonderful film. Waiting for the next one!

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