|Budget: $20 million||Financed by: Millennium Films|
|Domestic Gross: $12,764,657||Domestic Distributor: Miramax|
|Overseas Gross: $2,455,891|
Directed by: Walter Hill
Produced by: David Giler
Undisputed was financed by Millennium Films for $20 million and Miramax picked up US, UK, Australia and New Zealand rights for about $5 million. Miramax first dated the pic for release in November 2001, but delayed it almost a year to October 18, 2002 — then they moved it to October 4 and then back to the 18th and finally August 23. It opened against the comedy flop Serving Sara and Simone. Undisputed was booked into 1,102 theaters and it came in below its modest expectations with $4,548,750 — placing #8 for the slow weekend led by Signs in its fourth frame. It declined 44.7% in its second weekend to $2,516,735 and closed its domestic run with $12,764,657. Miramax would see returned about $6.9 million after theaters take their percentage of the gross, which would not cover their modest P&A spend. The other territories Miramax took the rights to saw no theatrical release and the film wasn’t even available on home video in Australia until ten years later in 2012. Undisputed saw a brief theatrical run in a few markets, where it pulled in $2,455,891 across a few distributors. The film did decent enough on video to have Millennium finance two inexpensive direct to video sequels.