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The Butterfly Effect

2004
The Butterfly Effect
Directed by
Eric Bress
J. Mackye Gruber
Starring
Melora Walters
Amy Smart
Elden Henson
William Lee Scott
John Patrick Amedori
Irene Gorovaia
Kevin G. Schmidt
Jesse James
Sarah Widdows
Jake Kaese
Cameron Bright
Eric Stoltz
Callum Keith Rennie
Lorena Gale
Nathaniel DeVeaux
John Tierney
Kendall Cross
Ted Friend
John B. Lowe
Ethan Suplee
Camille Sullivan
Tara Wilson
Jesse Hutch
Jacqueline Stewart
Grant Thompson
Sadie Lawrence
Bill Croft
Glenn Richards
Sam Easton
Daniel Spink
Douglas Arthurs
Kevin Durand
Paul Lazenby
June B. Wilde
Kimani Ray Smith
Trevor Jones
Colby Chartrand
Shelly Schiavoni
Brandy Kopp
Chapelle Jaffe
Scott Swanson
Kevan Ohtsji
Meilani Paul
Amy Esterle
David Cook
Magda Apanowicz
Garry Little
J. Jackson Kocela
Andrew Olcott
Riddle the Dog
Stan Edmonds
Cameron K. Smith
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Movie details
UK total gross
£2,036,472
2185
2186
The Butterfly Effect
2187

US total gross
£57,938,693
1287
1288
The Butterfly Effect
1289

UK BBFC Certificate: 15

Box Office
UK release date:

Highest chart position: 5

Weeks on box office: 4

Box Office History
Date
Place
Week
Total
5N
£735,287
£735,287
6
£315,302
£1,345,830
8
£245,141
£1,788,768
13
£84,404
£2,036,472
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