|Budget: $9 million (estimated)||Financed by: Tag Entertainment; Clear Channel|
|Domestic Gross: $3,102,550||Domestic Distributor: FOX|
|Overseas Gross: $241,881|
Directed by: Steve Boyum
Produced by: Richard Gabai
Tag Entertainment co-financed Supercross with an estimated modest $9 million budget and co-produced the film with Clear Channel, who would use their channel to help promote both the film and their supercross racing events. Basically the film was a shameless promotional plug for Clear Channel. FOX signed on as domestic distributor and foreign rights were sold through Seven Arts Intl. to numerous distributors who dumped the pic straight to video. FOX opened Supercross in 1,621 theaters against The 40-Year-Old Virgin, Red Eye and the animated flop Valiant. It grossed a disastrous $1,330,520 opening weekend with an $820 per screen average — placing outside the top 10 at #15. Supercross tumbled 71.6% in its second weekend to $377,737 and the film lost all but 126 theaters going into its third weekend and pulled in $92,253 and closed out its terrible run with $3,102,550. FOX would see back about $1.7 million after theaters take their percentage of the gross, which would not even cover the cost of striking release prints for theaters or any marketing costs. Supercross cumed only $241,881 overseas in Australia, Puerto Rico and United Arab Emirates.