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The 33 (2015)

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Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $12,227,722Details
International Box Office $15,863,174Details
Worldwide Box Office $28,090,896
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $2,131,793 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $749,718 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $2,881,511
Further financial details...

  1. Summary
  2. News
  3. Box Office
  4. International
  5. Video Sales
  6. Full Financials
  7. Cast & Crew
  8. Trailer

Synopsis

In 2010, the eyes of the world turned to Chile, where 33 miners had been buried alive by the catastrophic explosion and collapse of a 100-year-old gold and copper mine. Over the next 69 days, an international team worked night and day in a desperate attempt to rescue the trapped men as their families and friends, as well as millions of people globally, waited and watched anxiously for any sign of hope. But 200 stories beneath the surface, in the suffocating heat and with tensions rising, provisions-and time-were quickly running out.

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics RottenAudience Upright
Critics
44% - Rotten
Audience
60% - Upright

Latest Ranking on Cumulative Box Office Lists


Movie Details

Production Budget:$25,000,000
Domestic Releases: November 13th, 2015 (Wide) by Warner Bros.
International Releases: August 6th, 2015 (Wide) (Chile)
August 20th, 2015 (Wide) (Central America)
August 20th, 2015 (Wide) (Colombia)
August 27th, 2015 (Wide) (Argentina)
August 27th, 2015 (Wide) (Uruguay)
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Video Release: February 2nd, 2016 by Warner Home Video
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for a disaster sequence and some language.
(Rating bulletin 2388, 8/26/2015)
Running Time: 120 minutes
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Keywords: Underground, Disaster, Chile, Rescue, Media Circus, Archive Footage
Source:Based on Factual Book/Article
Genre:Drama
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Dramatization
Production Companies: Phoenix Pictures, Alcon Entertainment
Production Countries: Chile,
United States

Ranking on other Records and Milestones

RecordRankRevenueChart
Date
Days In
Release
Biggest 10th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 3,404 $15,108 Jan 15, 2016 66
Biggest 9th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 3,080 $44,407 Jan 8, 2016 59
Biggest 8th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 3,034 $73,211 Jan 1, 2016 52
Biggest 7th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 3,783 $54,168 Dec 25, 2015 45
Biggest 6th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 5,125 $18,176 Dec 18, 2015 38
Biggest 5th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 4,139 $120,121 Dec 11, 2015 31
Biggest 4th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 4,336 $184,005 Dec 4, 2015 24
Biggest 3rd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 4,067 $560,135 Nov 27, 2015 17
Biggest 2nd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 3,360 $2,342,030 Nov 20, 2015 10
Biggest Opening Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 2,676 $5,787,266 Nov 13, 2015 3
Widest Opening Weekend 1,635 2,452 Nov 13, 2015 3
Movies with Leggiest Opening Weekend 2,117 3.15 Nov 13, 2015 1
Movies with Most Front-Loaded Opening Weekend 2,421 31.8% Nov 13, 2015 1

Cast

   Mario Sepulveda
   Laurence Golborne
   Maria Segovia
   Alex Vega
Cote de Pablo    Jessica Salgado
Gabriel Byrne    Andre Sougarret
James Brolin    Jeff Hart
Bob Gunton    President Pinera
Lou Diamond Phillips    Luis Urzua
Adriana Barraza    Marta
Jacob Vargas    Edison Pena
Juan Pablo Raba    Dario Segovia
Oscar Nuñez    Yonni Barrios
Tenoch Huerta    Carlos Mamani
Marco Trevino    Jose Henriquez
Elizabeth De Razzo    Susana Valenzuela
Naomi Scott    Escarlette
Gustavo Angarita    Mario Gomez
Alejandro Goic    Lobos
Raoul Pinno    Don Jose
Mario Zaragoza    Carlos Castillo
Paulina Garcia    Isabel Pereira
Cristian Campos    Hurtado
Jorge Diaz    Igor Proestakis
Juan Pablo Auger    Drill Worker
Leonardo Farkas    Leonardo Farkas
Francisca Concha    Local Newscaster
Diego Noguera    Man in Suit
Sebastian Apiolaza    Pablo Rojas
Jorge Godoy    Rodrigo
Marcelo Gutierrez    Armed Mine Guard 1
Carlos Talamilla    Armed Mine Guard 2
Trinidad Gonzalez    Mrs. Sougarret
Fernanda Ramirez    Ivy Sougarret
Orlando Alfaro    Mine Worker
Felipe Alvarez    TV Reporter
Ignacio De Vries    Communications Technician
Luis Chaparro    Mine Worker
Henry Bravo    Miner 1
Jaime Correa    Miner 2
Juan Carlos Solarte    Miner 3
William Winston    Miner 4
Santiago Carreno    Miner 5
Miguel Ariel Sierra    Miner 6
Nicolas Troya    Miner 7
Fernando Monge    Miner 8
Fredy Yate    Miner
Pedro Calvo    Miner 10
Jonatan Gomez    Miner 11
Edgardo Petliuk    Miner 12
Elbert Galeano    Miner 13
Juan Saldarriaga    Miner 14
Luis Hernando Rodriguez    Miner 15
Daniel Ospina    Miner 16
Hedras Urrego    Miner 20
David Quintero    Miner 21
Franklin Gutierrez    Miner 22
Fernando Rojas    Miner 23
Henry Ortiz    Skinny Miner 1
Erik Rodriguez    Skinny Miner 2
Edwar Silva    Skinny Miner 3
Fernando Esterilla    Skinny Miner 4
Karolina Gonzalez    Waitress 1
Angela Garcia    Waitress 2
Daian Parra    Waitress 3
Sojana Ortiz    Waitress 4
Lorena Garcia    Waitress 5
Rosa Garavito De Vargas    Yonni's Mother
Montserrat Alvarez    News Reporter
Alexis Catepanopolus    Cameraman
Timothy Willcox    BBC Reporter
Anderson Cooper    CNN Anchor
Michel Floquet    French TF1 Reporter
Salma Al Jamal    Al Jazeera Anchor
Habib Ghribi    Al Jazeera Anchor
Mario Kreutzberger    Don Francisco

Production and Technical Credits

Director   
Screenwriter    Mikko Alanne
Screenwriter    Craig Borten
Screenwriter    Michael Thomas
Screen Story by    Jose Rivera
Based on the Book "Deep Down Dark" by    Hector Tobar
Producer    Mike Medavoy
Producer    Robert Katz
Producer    Edward McGum
Executive Producer    Carlos Eugenio Lavin
Executive Producer    Leopoldo Enriquez
Executive Producer    Alan Zhang
Executive Producer    Jose Luis Escolar
Production Designer    Marco Niro
Editor    Michael Tronick
Composer    James Horner
Director of Photography    Checco Varese
Visual Effects Supervisor    Alex Henning
Costume Designer    Paco Delgado
Music Supervisor    Lynn Fainchtein
Casting Director    Carla Hool
Unit Production Manager    Jose Luis Escolar
First Assistant Director    Javier Chinchilla
Second Assistant Director    Giselle Gurza
Co-Executive Producer    Robert Greenhut
Set Decorator    Aida Rodriguez
Art Director    Hector Rivera
Art Director    Nuria Casanueva
Sound Mixer    Santiago Nunez
Special Effects Supervisor    Daniel Cordero
Stunt Coordinator    Jordi Casares
Second Unit Director    Lee Sheward
Second Unit Director    Checco Varese
Post-Production Supervisor    David Gaines
Post-Production Supervisor    Frank Salvino
Additional Editor    Sandy Pereira
Assistant Editor    Pablo Prietto
Visual Effects Producer    Magdalena Wolf
Visual Effects Supervisor    Jeff Campbell
Visual Effects Executive Producer    Neishaw Ali
Visual Effects Producer    Greg Behrendt
Animation Supervisor    Peter Giliberti
Supervising Sound Editor    Mark P. Stoeckinger
Re-recording Mixer    Mike Prestwood Smith
Re-recording Mixer    Martyn Zub
Sound Designer    Alan Rankin
Sound Editor    Tim Walston
Sound Editor    Paul Hackner
Sound Editor    Greg Hedgepath
Dialogue Editor    Julie Feiner
Dialogue Editor    Charles Ritter
Dialogue Editor    Paul Carden
Music Editor    Joe E. Rand

Home Market Releases for February 16th, 2016

February 15th, 2016

The Kid

There's no major release this week. I was tempted to give Spectre the Pick of the Week honor, but the screener arrived too late to get the review done over the weekend. None of the big releases are worth the Pick of the Week title. There are a number of smaller releases that are worth considering for Pick of the Week, including The Kid, which tops the list.

On a side note, this week's list is a little shorter than I would have liked, because the people who run Amazon are morons. They've changed the New Releases page, again, making it even harder to find a list of new releases for the week. Additionally, there are some films, like Black Mass, that weren't on the list of releases for this week before the changes were made. I understand why physical stores reorganize every once and a while, because if people have to walk to the store to find something, they are more likely to buy something else on a whim. However, these people physically walked to the store, so if they don't buy what they came for, it will be a wasted effort. On the other hand, people go to Amazon by clicking a button. Making it harder to find new releases for that week won't make it more likely they will buy something else. It means they are more likely to not buy anything at all. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Moviegoers Satisfied with Final Course of Hunger Games

November 24th, 2015

The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 2

The Curse of the High Expectations strikes again. The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 2 became the fifth film of the year to open with more than $100 million. This should be a reason to celebrate, but it marks a very steep decline from previous films in the Hunger Games franchise. The other two wide releases, The Night Before and Secret in Their Eyes, both failed to meet expectations, leaving the overall box office softer than anticipated. Granted, it still grew 60% from last weekend to $173 million, but this is 10% lower than the same weekend last year. Year-to-date, 2015 is still ahead of 2014 by a comfortable margin of 3.6% or $320 million. It would take a sizable collapse for 2015 to not come out on top in terms of raw box office dollars. On the other hand, it wouldn't take too much for it to slip below ticket price inflation, which is about 2% this year. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: New Releases feel Unloved

November 17th, 2015

Love the Coopers

There's not much in the way of good news to talk about, which is something that is becoming sadly common. Two of the three new releases missed expectations and expectations were low to begin with. Love the Coopers led the new releases, but it is hardly what you would call a box office hit. Even calling it a middling hit is overstating things. The 33 barely managed a spot in the top five and will quickly leave theaters. My All-American missed the Mendoza Line* by a mile and missed the top ten in the process. This meant Spectre and The Peanuts Movie remained on top of the charts, but they could only help the box office avoid becoming a disaster. As it is, the overall box office fell 33% from last weekend to just $108 million. This was 23% less than the same weekend last year. Year-to-date, 2015's lead over 2015 took a real hit and its down to 3.9% at $9.06 billion to $8.72 billion. However, as we've seen recently, the overall box office is weaker than the these numbers look, as we've seen few major hits and many, many bombs. More...

Weekend Estimates: Spectre Set to Be Number Two Bond

November 15th, 2015

Spectre

Sony are predicting a decline of just 50% for Spectre in its second weekend in theaters, putting James Bond’s latest incarnation on track for a final domestic box office in the neighborhood of $200 million. While well short of Skyfall’s $304 million, it welcome news for a film that’s probably right on the bubble as far as profitability is concerned. More...

Weekend Predictions: Will the New Releases get any Love?

November 11th, 2015

Love the Coopers

Last week the box office bounced back in an impressive fashion. However, this week it will very likely slump back down again. There are only two truly wide releases coming out this week, The 33 and Love the Coopers, neither of which are expected to be hits. In fact, there's a good chance neither of them will top $10 million over the weekend. This will leave Spectre and The Peanuts Movie on top of the charts once again, while we will have a one or two other holdovers in the top five, depending on how well the new wide releases match low expectations. This weekend last year Dumb and Dumber To opened with $36.11 million. This is more than either new release will earn this weekend, or in total. This might be more than both new releases will finish with combined. Unless the holdovers hold on really well, 2015 will lose in the year-over-year comparison, but it should be close. More...

Contest: Procrastoween

November 6th, 2015

Love the Coopers

It is a bit of a messed up week as far as the contest is concerned. I ended the Halloween trick or treat contests a week early, because I got the release date of Mr. Holmes wrong. I had already set aside the two sets of horror or the one set of bad movies, so I might as well give them away this week. Also, the contest is a mess, because the wide releases next week are a mess. By the Sea was dropped to limited release, while My All-American is opening semi-wide, so that's a reversal of expectations. This leaves The 33 and Love the Coopers as the only true wide releases, neither of which is expected to be a even a midlevel hit. Combined they are not expected to be a midlevel hit. Worse for me, neither is expected to be a significantly bigger hit than the other making it harder to choose which film will be the target film. I'm literally going to have to flip a coin. Love the Coopers is the target film for this week's Box Office Prediction contest. In order to win, one must simply predict the opening weekend box office number for Love the Coopers.

Whoever comes the closest to predicting the film's opening 3-day weekend box office (Friday to Sunday), without going over, will win a Frankenprize consisting of two previously reviewed DVDs or Blu-rays. Whoever comes the closest to predicting the film's opening 3-day weekend box office (Friday to Sunday), without going under, will win a Frankenprize consisting of two previously reviewed DVDs or Blu-rays. Finally, we will be choosing an entrant from the group of people who haven't won, or haven't won recently, and they will also win a Frankenprize consisting of two previously reviewed DVDs or Blu-rays. There is a difference this time. Two people will earn Frankenprizes consisting of two horror movies. The other winner will earn a Frankprize consisting of two "horror" movies, that is to say movies so bad that it will fill you with horror. Entries must be received by 10 a.m., Pacific Time on Friday to be eligible, so don't delay! More...

2015 Preview: November

November 1st, 2015

The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2

October has come to an end and everyone should be happy about that. Except for The Martian, there were no serious hits that opened last month. There were more outright bombs than even midlevel hits. Fortunately, October of last year wasn't spectacular either, so 2015 maintains a healthy lead over 2014. Even more fortunately, November looks fantastic. There are four films that have the potential to earn $200 million or more. The biggest of these is the final Hunger Games movie, which should reach $400 million. Spectre has a real shot at $300 million and could be the biggest hit in the franchise. Meanwhile, nearly every November there's an animated kids movie that becomes a monster hit. This year, The Peanuts Movie and The Good Dinosaur are both aiming for that box office milestone. The last time we didn't have a family film that earned at least $100 million in November was 2011 and that's because there were four family films that opened in the final two weeks of the month and that much competition meant they cannibalized each other. Both of these has a shot at $200 million and if neither of them reached $200 million, I would be shocked. Meanwhile, last November was a good month at the top with three monster hits: The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 1, Big Hero 6, and Interstellar. However, after those three films, there were not much positive to talk about. It really looks like 2015 will match 2014 at the top, plus it could have better depth. I might be a little too optimistic, but I think November is going to be a great month at the box office. More...

The shaded area represents the expected performance range for a film, based on its opening weekend box office. 95% of films fall within the shaded area. If a film trends towards the top end of the shaded area, it has good legs compared to the average film; if it trends towards the bottom end of the shaded area, it has poor legs. The predictive area is based on movies from the past 5 years.

Compare this performance with other movies…

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2015/11/13 5 $5,787,266   2,452 $2,360   $5,787,266 3
2015/11/20 9 $2,342,030 -60% 2,452 $955   $10,002,722 10
2015/11/27 17 $560,135 -76% 702 $798   $11,319,870 17
2015/12/04 22 $184,005 -67% 303 $607   $11,669,772 24
2015/12/11 29 $120,121 -35% 233 $516   $11,866,969 31
2015/12/18 42 $18,176 -85% 55 $330   $11,936,302 38
2015/12/25 38 $54,168 +198% 111 $488   $12,004,559 45
2016/01/01 39 $73,211 +35% 111 $660   $12,122,453 52
2016/01/08 40 $44,407 -39% 82 $542   $12,188,642 59
2016/01/15 46 $15,108 -66% 34 $444   $12,220,144 66

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2015/11/13 5 $1,838,134   2,452 $750   $1,838,134 1
2015/11/14 5 $2,361,172 +28% 2,452 $963   $4,199,306 2
2015/11/15 5 $1,587,960 -33% 2,452 $648   $5,787,266 3
2015/11/16 5 $451,288 -72% 2,452 $184   $6,238,554 4
2015/11/17 4 $672,419 +49% 2,452 $274   $6,910,973 5
2015/11/18 5 $404,551 -40% 2,452 $165   $7,315,524 6
2015/11/19 6 $345,168 -15% 2,452 $141   $7,660,692 7
2015/11/20 9 $702,690 +104% 2,452 $287   $8,363,382 8
2015/11/21 9 $940,882 +34% 2,452 $384   $9,304,264 9
2015/11/22 9 $698,458 -26% 2,452 $285   $10,002,722 10
2015/11/23 10 $248,644 -64% 2,452 $101   $10,251,366 11
2015/11/24 10 $284,752 +15% 2,452 $116   $10,536,118 12
2015/11/25 - $108,012 -62% 785 $138   $10,644,130 13
2015/11/26 - $115,605 +7% 785 $147   $10,759,735 14
2015/11/27 - $211,357 +83% 702 $301   $10,971,092 15
2015/11/28 - $222,030 +5% 702 $316   $11,193,122 16
2015/11/29 - $126,748 -43% 702 $181   $11,319,870 17
2015/11/30 - $40,628 -68% 702 $58   $11,360,498 18
2015/12/01 - $52,003 +28% 702 $74   $11,412,501 19
2015/12/02 - $37,962 -27% 702 $54   $11,450,463 20
2015/12/03 - $35,304 -7% 702 $50   $11,485,767 21
2015/12/04 - $51,364 +45% 303 $170   $11,537,131 22
2015/12/05 - $81,421 +59% 303 $269   $11,618,552 23
2015/12/06 - $51,220 -37% 303 $169   $11,669,772 24
2015/12/07 - $17,561 -66% 303 $58   $11,687,333 25
2015/12/08 - $24,234 +38% 303 $80   $11,711,567 26
2015/12/09 - $18,417 -24% 303 $61   $11,729,984 27
2015/12/10 - $16,864 -8% 303 $56   $11,746,848 28
2015/12/11 - $34,044 +102% 233 $146   $11,780,892 29
2015/12/12 - $50,722 +49% 233 $218   $11,831,614 30
2015/12/13 - $35,355 -30% 233 $152   $11,866,969 31
2015/12/14 - $13,081 -63% 233 $56   $11,880,050 32
2015/12/15 - $15,428 +18% 233 $66   $11,895,478 33
2015/12/16 - $12,796 -17% 233 $55   $11,908,274 34
2015/12/17 - $9,852 -23% 233 $42   $11,918,126 35
2015/12/18 - $4,301 -56% 55 $78   $11,922,427 36
2015/12/19 - $7,457 +73% 55 $136   $11,929,884 37
2015/12/20 - $6,418 -14% 55 $117   $11,936,302 38
2015/12/21 - $3,201 -50% 55 $58   $11,939,503 39
2015/12/22 - $5,387 +68% 55 $98   $11,944,890 40
2015/12/23 - $3,634 -33% 55 $66   $11,948,524 41
2015/12/24 - $1,867 -49% 55 $34   $11,950,391 42
2015/12/25 - $16,845 +802% 111 $152   $11,967,236 43
2015/12/26 - $20,621 +22% 111 $186   $11,987,857 44
2015/12/27 - $16,702 -19% 111 $150   $12,004,559 45
2015/12/28 - $10,321 -38% 111 $93   $12,014,880 46
2015/12/29 - $11,758 +14% 111 $106   $12,026,638 47
2015/12/30 - $11,859 +1% 111 $107   $12,038,497 48
2015/12/31 - $10,745 -9% 111 $97   $12,049,242 49
2016/01/01 - $27,603 +157% 111 $249   $12,076,845 50
2016/01/02 - $29,089 +5% 111 $262   $12,105,934 51
2016/01/03 - $16,519 -43% 111 $149   $12,122,453 52
2016/01/04 - $6,107 -63% 111 $55   $12,128,560 53
2016/01/05 - $5,374 -12% 111 $48   $12,133,934 54
2016/01/06 - $4,859 -10% 111 $44   $12,138,793 55
2016/01/07 - $5,442 +12% 111 $49   $12,144,235 56
2016/01/08 - $14,146 +160% 82 $173   $12,158,381 57
2016/01/09 - $18,255 +29% 82 $223   $12,176,636 58
2016/01/10 - $12,006 -34% 82 $146   $12,188,642 59
2016/01/11 - $3,481 -71% 82 $42   $12,192,123 60
2016/01/12 - $4,525 +30% 82 $55   $12,196,648 61
2016/01/13 - $4,072 -10% 82 $50   $12,200,720 62
2016/01/14 - $4,316 +6% 82 $53   $12,205,036 63
2016/01/15 - $4,118 -5% 34 $121   $12,209,154 64
2016/01/16 - $6,049 +47% 34 $178   $12,215,203 65
2016/01/17 - $4,941 -18% 34 $145   $12,220,144 66
2016/01/18 - $3,751 -24% 34 $110   $12,223,895 67
2016/01/19 - $1,312 -65% 34 $39   $12,225,207 68
2016/01/20 - $1,154 -12% 34 $34   $12,226,361 69
2016/01/21 - $1,361 +18% 34 $40   $12,227,722 70

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2015/11/13 5 $7,660,692   2,452 $3,124   $7,660,692 7
2015/11/20 11 $3,099,043 -60% 2,452 $1,264   $10,759,735 14
2015/11/27 17 $726,032 -77% 702 $1,034   $11,485,767 21
2015/12/04 22 $261,081 -64% 303 $862   $11,746,848 28
2015/12/11 29 $171,278 -34% 233 $735   $11,918,126 35
2015/12/18 43 $32,265 -81% 55 $587   $11,950,391 42
2015/12/25 37 $98,851 +206% 111 $891   $12,049,242 49
2016/01/01 39 $94,993 -4% 111 $856   $12,144,235 56
2016/01/08 40 $60,801 -36% 82 $741   $12,205,036 63
2016/01/15 46 $22,686 -63% 34 $667   $12,227,722 70

Box Office Summary Per Territory

Territory Release
Date
Opening
Weekend
Opening
Weekend
Theaters
Maximum
Theaters
Theatrical
Engagements
Total
Box Office
Report
Date
Argentina 8/27/2015 $0 0 2 6 $21,417 11/17/2015
Bolivia 9/3/2015 $28,097 24 24 46 $65,754 9/18/2015
Brazil 10/29/2015 $0 0 9 9 $268,931 11/17/2015
Central America 8/20/2015 $0 0 26 31 $320,698 9/18/2015
Chile 8/6/2015 $0 0 159 439 $4,937,597 11/3/2015
China 3/4/2016 $2,150,000 18741 18741 18741 $3,420,000 6/9/2016
Colombia 8/20/2015 $221,123 197 197 440 $558,614 9/22/2015
Ecuador 9/4/2015 $0 0 33 40 $500,794 10/6/2015
Germany 2/11/2016 $10,214 40 40 40 $10,214 6/9/2016
Hong Kong 1/7/2016 $85,696 18 18 36 $185,180 6/9/2016
India 1/15/2016 $11,743 14 14 14 $11,743 6/9/2016
Iraq 11/12/2015 $990 2 2 3 $4,464 11/25/2015
Lebanon 11/12/2015 $4,309 1 1 2 $6,836 11/25/2015
Malaysia 12/31/2015 $140,797 83 83 212 $280,994 6/9/2016
Mexico 8/28/2015 $1,124,408 0 0 0 $2,913,107 9/14/2015
Peru 9/3/2015 $76,921 18 38 56 $132,085 9/18/2015
Philippines 12/9/2015 $24,336 45 45 45 $24,336 12/16/2015
Portugal 4/14/2016 $16,345 15 15 29 $35,984 6/9/2016
Singapore 11/19/2015 $38,083 8 10 28 $87,633 12/16/2015
South Korea 4/7/2016 $107,865 320 320 336 $274,207 6/9/2016
Taiwan 12/11/2015 $53,670 19 19 43 $117,449 6/9/2016
Thailand 11/12/2015 $71,587 59 59 129 $148,808 12/1/2015
United Arab Emirates 11/12/2015 $120,332 14 14 35 $327,065 12/16/2015
United Kingdom 1/29/2016 $37,174 102 102 114 $86,597 6/9/2016
Uruguay 8/27/2015 $0 0 7 9 $16,847 9/18/2015
Venezuela 10/9/2015 $0 0 23 50 $1,105,820 12/16/2015
 
International Total$15,863,174 6/9/2016

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
2/21/2016473,467 82,329$964,622$1,097,4633
2/28/20162511,074-85% 93,403$143,851$1,241,3144

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
2/21/20161222,090 24,188$462,792$506,3073

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