Was released simultaneously in theatres and on demand, with a limited theatrical run in New York City, Los Angeles, Chicago and seven other major markets. The DVD hit shelves hardly two weeks later.
This film broke the fastest-ever-from-theaters-to-Home-Video record previously held by 2003's From Justin to Kelly (2003). That film took 29 days to get to DVD, Trespass made it in only 18.
Andrzej Bartkowiak's first film as a cinematographer since Thirteen Days (2000). Before shooting that film, he directed his first film, Romeo Must Die (2000), and subsequently decided to become a director full-time, directing four more films. He was convinced to return to cinematography by director Joel Schumacher, with whom he'd worked on Falling Down (1993).
Production was disrupted on August 3, 2010 when it was reported that Nicolas Cage had abandoned the project as he had allegedly insisted on switching roles from Kidman's husband to the kidnapper. The role was then offered to Liev Schreiber. However, the following day Cage resumed his role as the husband.
The film had a budget of $35 million, the movie grossed $24,094 and was pulled from theaters after only ten days.
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