In March of this year, the State of Florida filed a request with the Federal Communications Commission for a public records request to all public entities that maintained a record of public records for Cannonball Run, the 2012 film by Steven Spielberg and Peter Jackson that won Best Picture at the Golden Globes.
The records request, filed in response to a Freedom of Information Act request by the Miami Herald, shows that the records included in the request were not made public until late March, at the earliest.
Cannonball Run records were released in January, but the records are not the official records of Cannonball run, as the filmmakers did not have an official release date.
According to the request, the film was a “highly successful and critical film,” and Cannonball was released to theaters nationwide on March 1, 2012.
The movie grossed over $3 billion, according to the movie’s distributor, Warner Bros. The records request indicates that Cannonball ran in the top 10 highest grossing films of 2012.
The request shows that records include a total of 2,639,828 pieces of information, of which 1,547,959 were public records.
The movie grosses $5 million in worldwide box office, according the studios.