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Standard James Bond Daten von MGM/SONY

Ich habe in einem anderen Forum ein interessantes Topic gefunden. Dort wurden die offiziell von MGM im Jahr 2005 veröffentlichten James Bond-Zahlen gepostet:

total cost = production + marketing + distribution costs.

total gross = initial release worldwide box office gross only, years in
parenthesis denote cumulative gross through that year.

Rentals figures only count intital release, and are not cumulative.

Admissions figures are worldwide figures only through initial release
runs, year in parenthesis.

Official Eon Series:

1. Dr. No 1962

total cost = $1.75 million
total gross = $59.6 million (1963)
rentals = $22 million
admissions = 72.1 million

2. From Russia With Love 1963

total cost = $3.5 million
total gross = $78.9 million (1964)
rentals = $29.3 million
admissions = 95.3 million

3. Goldfinger 1964

total cost = $4.5 million
total gross = $124.9 million (1965)
rentals = $49.6 million
admissions = 130.1 million

4. Thunderball 1965

total cost = $13 million
total gross = $141.2 million (1966)
rentals = $54.9 million
admissions = 166 million

5. You Only Live Twice 1967

total cost = $11.5 million
total gross = $111.6 million (1968)
rentals = $44 million
admissions = 81.7 million

6. On Her Majesty's Secret Service 1969

total cost = $8 million
total gross = $87.4 million (1970)
rentals = $32.4 million
admissions = 62.4 million

7. Diamonds Are Forever 1971

total cost = $10 million
total gross = $116 million (1972)
rentals = $45.7 million
admissions = 70.3 million

8. Live and Let Die 1973

total cost = $12 million
total gross = $161.8 million (1974)
rentals = $61.4 million
admissions = 91.6 million

9. The Man With The Golden Gun 1974

total cost = $13 million
total gross = $97.6 million (1975)
rentals = $37 million
admissions = 51.6 million

10. The Spy Who Loved Me 1977

total cost = $30 million
total gross = $185.4 million (1978)
rentals = $79.9 million
admissions = 83.1 million

11. Moonraker 1979

total cost = $37 million
total gross = $210.3 million (1980)
rentals = $91.8 million
admissions = 85.1 million

12. For Your Eyes Only 1981

total cost = $32 million
total gross = $195.3 million (1982)
rentals = $80.1 million
admissions = 70.3 million

13. Octopussy 1983

total cost = $32.5 million
total gross = $187.5 million (1984)
rentals = $83 million
admissions = 59.5 million

14. A View to a Kill 1985

total cost = $35 million
total gross = $152.4 million (1986)
rentals = $65.6 million
admissions = 42.9 million

15. The Living Daylights 1987

total cost = $45 million
total gross = $191.2 million (1988)
rentals = $69 million
admissions = 48.9 million

16. Licence To Kill 1989

total cost = $47 million
total gross = $156.2 million (1990)
rentals = $75.2 million
admissions = 39.1 million

17. GoldenEye 1995

total cost = $80 million
total gross = $353.4 million (1996)
rentals = $129.9 million
admissions = 81.2 million

18. Tomorrow Never Dies 1997

total cost = $130 million
total gross = $346.6 million (1998)
rentals = $151.6 million
admissions = 75.5 million

19. The World Is Not Enough 1999

total cost = $170 million
total gross = $390 million (2000)
rentals = $155.9 million
admissions = 77.1 million

20. Die Another Day 2002

total cost = $180 million
total gross = $456 million (2003)
rentals = $183.8 million
admissions = 78.6 million

©2005 Exhibitor Relations Company, Inc., MGM, and Sony

Info, ticket prices, and admissions figures from Exhibitor Relations
Inc.

James Bond 007 2005 worldwide inflated movie grosses:

1. Dr. No 1962

$478 million

2. From Russia With Love 1963

$631.8 million

3. Goldfinger 1964

$852.6 million

4. Thunderball 1965

$1.101 billion

5. You Only Live Twice 1967

$541.7 million

6. On Her Majesty's Secret Service 1969

$413.7 million

7. Diamonds Are Forever 1971

$466.1 million

8. Live And Let Die 1973

$607.3 million

9. The Man With The Golden Gun 1974

$342.1 million

10. The Spy Who Loved Me 1977

$551 million

11. Moonraker 1979

$564.2 million

12. For Your Eyes Only 1981

$466.1 million

13. Octopussy 1983

$394.5 million

14. A View to a Kill 1985

$284.4 million

15. The Living Daylights

$324.2 million

16. Licence To Kill 1989

$259.2 million

17. Goldeneye 1995

$538.4 million

18. Tomorrow Never Dies 1997

$500.6 million

19. The World Is Not Enough 1999

$511.2 million

20. Die Another Day 2002

$521.1 million

©2005 Exhibitor Relations Inc.

Licence To Kill 1989

Production Cost: $42,000,000
Marketing Cost: $5,000,000

US Gross: $34,700,000
Overseas Gross: $121,500,000
Worldwide Gross: $156,200,000

Theatrical US Rentals (studio net profits before production and marketing costs): $16,200,000
Theatrical Overseas Rentals (studio net profits before production and marketing costs): $59,000,000
Theatrical Worldwide Rentals (studio net profits before production and marketing costs): $75,200,000

US Admissions: 8.7 million
Overseas Admissions: 30.4 million
Worldwide Admissions: 39.1 million

Net Studio Income From Box Office: $28,200,000

Die Another Day 2002

Production Cost: $142,000,000
Marketing Cost: $38,000,000

US Gross: $160,900,000
Overseas Gross: $295,100,000
Worldwide Gross: $456,000,000

Theatrical US Rentals (studio net profits before production and marketing costs): $80,500,000
Theatrical Overseas Rentals (studio net profits before production and marketing costs): $103,300,000
Theatrical Worldwide Rentals (studio net profits before production and marketing costs): $183,800,000

US Admissions: 27.8 million
Overseas Admissions: 47.2 million
Worldwide Admissions: 78.6 million

Net Studio Income From Box Office: $3,800,000

Tomorrow Never Dies 1997

Production Cost: $110,000,000
Marketing Cost: $30,000,000

US Gross: $125,300,000
Overseas Gross: $221,300,000
Worldwide Gross: $346,600,000

Theatrical US Rentals (studio net profits before production and marketing costs): $58,889,000
Theatrical Overseas Rentals (studio net profits before production and marketing costs): $92,711,000
Theatrical Worldwide Rentals (studio net profits before production and marketing costs): $151,600,000

US Admissions: 27.3 million
Overseas Admissions: 48.2 million
Worldwide Admissions: 75.5 million

Net Studio Income From Box Office: $11,600,000

The World Is Not Enough 1999

Production Cost: $135,000,000
Marketing Cost: $35,000,000

US Gross: $126,900,000
Overseas Gross: $263,100,000
Worldwide Gross: $390,000,000

Theatrical US Rentals (studio net profits before production and marketing costs): $63,500,000
Theatrical Overseas Rentals (studio net profits before production and marketing costs): $92,400,000
Theatrical Worldwide Rentals (studio net profits before production and marketing costs): $155,900,000

US Admissions: 25 million
Overseas Admissions: 52.1 million
Worldwide Admissions: 77.1 million

Net Studio Income From Box Office: -$14,100,000

(Even though this is the only Bond film to lose money through its box office earnings, it still made a +$26,000,000 total earnings however counting DVD/video sales/video rentals/pay-per-view tv rights/tv rights/cable tv rights/merchandising/miscellaneous, etc. So like all other Bond films, it did earn a profit.)

Marketing Budget

Licence To Kill (1989) $5,000,000
GoldenEye (1995) $20,000,000*
Tomorrow Never Dies (1997) $30,000,000*
The World Is Not Enough (1999) $35,000,000*
Die Another Day (2002) $38,000,000*

*GoldenEye (1995)

MGM/UA Marketing Budget Product Placements Ads
$20 million $60+ million
Total Spent On Advertising The Film
$80+ million
(MGM/UA's cost to advertise it $20 million)

*Tomorrow Never Dies (1997)

MGM/UA Marketing Budget Product Placements Ads
$30 million $100+ million
Total Spent On Advertising The Film
$130+ million
(MGM/UA's cost to advertise it $30 million)

*The World Is Not Enough (1999)

MGM Marketing Budget Product Placements Ads
$35 million $120+ million
Total Spent On Advertising The Film
$155+ million
(MGM's cost to advertise it $35 million)

*Die Another Day (2002)

MGM Marketing Budget Product Placements Ads
$38 million $200+ million
Total Spent On Advertising The Film
$238+ million
(MGM's cost to advertise it $38 million)

Quelle: commanderbond.net

Bei diesen Zahlen fällt auf, dass die MGM-Zahlen bei 8 Filmen der Serie stark abweichen von den bekannten Zahlen, die im Netz auf sämtlichen Seiten zu finden sind. Es handelt sich hierbei um das weltweite Einspielergebnis:

On Her Majesty's Secret Service (1969)
bekannte Zahl: 64,6 mio
MGM: 87,4 mio

Live And Let Die (1973)
bekannte Zahl: 126,4 mio
MGM: 161,8 mio

For Your Eyes Only (1981)
bekannte Zahl: 187,4 mio
MGM: 195,3 mio

Octopussy (1983)
bekannte Zahl: 183,7 mio
MGM: 187,5 mio

GoldenEye (1995)
bekannte Zahl: 348,9 mio (boxofficemojo)
MGM: 353,4 mio

Tomorrow Never Dies (1997)
bekannte Zahl: 339,3 mio (boxofficemojo)
MGM: 346,6 mio

The World Is Not Enough (1999)
bekannte Zahl: 361,8 mio (boxofficemojo)
MGM: 390,0 mio

Die Another Day (2002)
bekannte Zahl: 432,0 mio (boxofficemojo)
MGM: 456,0 mio

Wie kommt es, dass bei diesen 8 Filmen so unterschiedliche Zahlen auftauchen, aber bei den anderen 12 Filmen alle Zahlen überall im Netz mit den MGM-Zahlen übereinstimmen? Hat jemand eine Erklärung?
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Weitere Statistiken:

Studio Income Generated Through Box Office Receipts

1. Roger Moore $307,300,000 (7 Films)
2. Sean Connery $221,200,000 (7 films)
3. Timothy Dalton $52,200,000 (2 Films)
4. Pierce Brosnan $51,200,000 (4 Films)
5. George Lazenby $24,400,000 (1 Film)

Studio Income Generated Per Film Through Box Office Receipts

1. Roger Moore $43,400,000
2. Sean Connery $31,700,000
3. Timothy Dalton $26,100,000
4. George Lazenby $24,400,000
5. Pierce Brosnan $12,800,000

2005 Inflated Studio Income Generated Through Box Office Receipts

1. Sean Connery $1,252,120,000 (7 films)
2. Roger Moore $875,350,000 (7 Films)
3. George Lazenby $129,380,000 (1 Film)
4. Timothy Dalton $85,370,000 (2 Films)
5. Pierce Brosnan $64,920,000 (4 Films)

2005 Inflated Studio Income Generated Per Film Through Box Office Receipts

1. Sean Connery $178,900,000
2. George Lazenby $129,380,000
3. Roger Moore $125,050,000
4. Timothy Dalton $42,685,000
6. Pierce Brosnan $16,230,000

© 2005 Sony Pictures Entertainment
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