|Budget: $55m||Financed by: VIP; Relativity Media|
|Domestic Gross: $7,221,458||Domestic Distributor: Sony (Columbia)|
|Overseas Gross: $2,229,439|
All The King’s Men went into production with a $74m budget and that number was reduced to $55m before its release, likely after tax breaks. The majority of the budget came from the German film fund VIP and Relativity Media also had a large stake in the film with their Gun Hill I line of equity hedge fund – where wealthy investors can put money toward a slate of films and this film was the biggest money loser of Gun Hill I, loosing over $28m for the fund. Sony signed on as worldwide distributor through their Columbia label and the film was being touted as a major Oscar player, that is until critics eviscerated the picture and audiences avoided it. Sony opened the film in the US in 1,514 theaters to a terrible $3,672,366 and it declined 58% in its second frame to $1,543,633 and sank 81.5% in its third weekend to $285,993. All the King’s Men closed out its run after its fourth week with just $7,221,458 leaving Sony with $3.9m after theaters take their percentage of the gross, which would not even cover 1/4 of their ad spend. Overseas, the film pulled in only $2.2m flopping in every market. It’s German gross was a pitiful $56,320 and Italy posted the highest numbers with a poor $683,800 and it was dumped straight to video in Russia and half a dozen smaller markets.