Released Date
November 16, 2001
Distributor
Warner Bros.
Genre
Fantasy
Rating
PG
Budget
$125,000,000
Worldwide Gross
Domestic Gross + International Gross = Worldwide Gross
$318,087,620 + $691,384,839 = $1,009,472,460
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Emma Watson

as Hermione Granger

34

Tom Felton

as Draco Malfoy

32

Daniel Radcliffe

as Harry Potter

33

Rupert Grint

as Ron Weasley

1946-2016

Alan Rickman

as Severus Snape

30

Bonnie Wright

as Ginny Weasley

35

James Phelps

as Fred Weasley

35

Oliver Phelps

as George Weasley

1969-2018

Verne Troyer

as Griphook

87

Maggie Smith

as Minerva McGonagall

32

Matthew Lewis

as Neville Longbottom

71

Robbie Coltrane

as Rubeus Hagrid

71

Julie Walters

as Molly Weasley

1930-2002

Richard Harris

as Albus Dumbledore

51

Warwick Davis

as Filius Flitwick

33

Alfred Enoch

as Dean Thomas

1940-2017

John Hurt

as Mr. Ollivander

33

Devon Murray

as Seamus Finnigan

32

Harry Melling

as Dudley Dursley

82

John Cleese

as Nearly Headless Nick

63

Fiona Shaw

as Aunt Petunia Dursley

38

Chris Rankin

as Percy Weasley

57

Ian Hart

as Quirinus Quirrell

32

Jamie Waylett

as Crabbe

1947-2013

Richard Griffiths

as Vernon Dursley

79

David Bradley

as Mr. Filch

54

Geraldine Somerville

as Lily Potter

34

Joshua Herdman

as Goyle

68

Richard Bremmer

as He Who Must Not Be Named

63

Adrian Rawlins

as James Potter

About Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone

An orphaned boy enrolls in a school of wizardry, where he learns the truth about himself, his family and the terrible evil that haunts the magical world.

About

The first film in the Harry Potter franchise sees the titular character learning about his true identity at the Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. It is also known by the title Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone.

Trivia

Daniel Radcliffe was eleven years old when he was cast as Harry Potter. Emma Watson was nine and Rupert Grint was eleven.