|Budget: $25m||Financed by: Paramount|
|Domestic Gross: $10,915,744||Domestic Distributor: Paramount|
|Overseas Gross: $291,386|
Paramount financed Stop-Loss for $25m and after a solid marketing spend, the film fell victim to audience rejection of Iraq war themed films. Stop-Loss opened in the US to a poor $4,555,117 and fell 50.1% in its second frame to $2,271,595 and ended its run with only $10,915,744. Paramount would see back about $6m after theaters take their cut of the gross, far short of the budget and the ad spend. The film received a limited release in a few territories overseas to just $291k and went straight to video in most markets.