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Box Office History for Focus Features

Ticket Sales and Market Share by Year

Note: Figures for 2017 are at an annualized rate.

Top-Grossing Movies 1995-2017, Adjusted for Ticket Price Inflation

RankMovieRelease
Date
GenreMPAA
Rating
Total GrossInflation-Adjusted
Gross
1 Brokeback Mountain Dec 9, 2005 Drama R $83,043,761 $113,249,839
2 Coraline Feb 6, 2009 Adventure PG $75,286,229 $89,339,651
3 Burn After Reading Sep 12, 2008 Black Comedy R $60,355,347 $74,813,729
4 Lost in Translation Sep 12, 2003 Drama R $44,585,453 $65,249,941
5 The Strangers May 30, 2008 Thriller/Suspense R $52,597,610 $65,197,591
6 London Has Fallen Mar 4, 2016 Action R $62,524,260 $64,331,318
7 Atonement Dec 7, 2007 Drama R $50,980,159 $64,228,034
8 ParaNorman Aug 17, 2012 Adventure PG $56,003,051 $62,616,475
9 The Boxtrolls Sep 26, 2014 Adventure PG $50,837,305 $55,372,329
10 Insidious Chapter 3 Jun 5, 2015 Horror PG-13 $52,218,558 $55,129,911
11 Pride & Prejudice Nov 11, 2005 Drama PG $38,372,662 $53,142,505
12 Atomic Blonde Jul 28, 2017 Thriller/Suspense R $51,573,925 $51,573,925
13 Moonrise Kingdom May 25, 2012 Drama PG-13 $45,512,466 $50,887,049
14 Kubo and the Two Strings Aug 19, 2016 Adventure PG $48,023,088 $49,411,038
15 Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind Mar 19, 2004 Comedy R $34,366,518 $49,253,134
16 The Pianist Dec 27, 2002 Drama R $32,519,322 $48,052,916
17 The Constant Gardener Aug 31, 2005 Drama R $33,579,798 $46,624,056
18 Hanna Apr 8, 2011 Drama PG-13 $40,259,119 $45,183,618
19 Balls of Fury Aug 29, 2007 Comedy PG-13 $32,886,940 $42,542,694
20 The American Sep 1, 2010 Thriller/Suspense R $35,606,376 $40,164,347
21 The Theory of Everything Nov 7, 2014 Drama PG-13 $35,893,537 $38,727,015
22 Milk Nov 26, 2008 Drama R $31,841,299 $38,692,447
23 9 Sep 9, 2009 Adventure PG-13 $31,749,894 $37,676,539
24 Billy Elliot Oct 13, 2000 Drama PG-13 $21,995,263 $35,932,735
25 The Debt Aug 31, 2011 Thriller/Suspense R $31,177,548 $34,991,187
Complete List

Year by Year Market Share

YearMovies in
Release
Market
Share
GrossTickets SoldInflation-
Adjusted
Gross
Top-Grossing MovieGross that Year
2000 5 0.28% $20,843,017 3,866,976 $34,416,086 Billy Elliot $17,095,205
2001 6 0.11% $9,159,594 1,618,300 $14,402,870 Billy Elliot $4,900,058
2002 6 0.29% $26,848,021 4,620,998 $41,126,882 Far From Heaven $11,230,060
2003 8 1.14% $104,787,511 17,377,693 $154,661,468 Lost in Translation $31,586,561
2004 6 0.99% $92,026,248 14,819,039 $131,889,447 Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind $34,366,518
2005 8 1.20% $106,055,182 16,545,266 $147,252,867 Pride & Prejudice $33,782,660
2006 9 1.34% $123,544,489 18,861,749 $167,869,566 Brokeback Mountain $69,169,010
2007 9 1.34% $130,820,210 19,014,562 $169,229,602 Balls of Fury $32,886,940
2008 8 1.92% $186,978,035 26,041,506 $231,769,403 Burn After Reading $60,355,347
2009 10 1.50% $159,098,145 21,213,082 $188,796,430 Coraline $75,286,229
2010 8 0.71% $74,830,313 9,484,192 $84,409,309 The American $35,606,376
2011 9 1.25% $127,197,590 16,040,044 $142,756,392 Hanna $40,259,119
2012 10 1.36% $150,407,440 18,895,401 $168,169,069 ParaNorman $56,003,051
2013 9 0.87% $95,281,091 11,719,687 $104,305,214 The World's End $26,004,851
2014 9 0.97% $100,876,853 12,347,225 $109,890,303 The Boxtrolls $50,618,671
2015 13 1.04% $117,551,407 13,944,408 $124,105,231 Insidious Chapter 3 $52,218,558
2016 9 1.50% $167,711,113 19,388,565 $172,558,229 London Has Fallen $62,524,260
2017 8 1.18% $109,998,973 12,359,432 $109,998,945 Atomic Blonde $51,573,925

Upcoming Releases

Release DateMovieGenreDomestic
Box Office
to Date
Trailer

November, 2017

November 22 Darkest Hour (Limited) Drama   Play

December, 2017

December 25 Phantom Thread (Limited) Drama   Play

March, 2018

March 9 Thoroughbreds (Limited)    
 
March 16 Entebbe (Limited)    

April, 2018

April 20 Tully (Limited)    

May, 2018

May 18 Untitled LAIKA Production (Wide)    

August, 2018

August 17 Captive State (Limited)    
 
August 31 The Little Stranger (Limited)    

September, 2018

September 28 Boy Erased (Wide) Drama    

November, 2018

November 2 Mary Queen of Scots (Wide) Drama    
 

December, 2018

During 2018 Mustang (Wide)    

Our Theatrical Market pages are based on the Domestic Theatrical Market performance only. The Domestic Market is defined as the North American movie territory (consisting of the United States, Canada, Puerto Rico and Guam).

The yearly amounts on our Theatrical Market pages are based on box office years. Each box office year starts on the first Monday of the year, so the previous year ends on the Sunday before the first Monday. For example, the "2017 box office year" started on January 2, 2017 so the "2016 box office year" ended on Sunday, January 1, 2017.

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