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Czech Republic Box Office for Barry Seal: Nebeský gauner (2017)

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American Made
Theatrical Performance (US$)
Czech Republic Box Office $322,090Details
Worldwide Box Office $112,564,454Details
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Synopsis

Barry Seal, a TWA pilot, is recruited by the CIA to provide reconnaissance on the burgeoning communist threat in Central America and soon finds himself in charge of one of the biggest covert CIA operations in the history of the United States, one that spawned the birth of the Medellin cartel and eventually almost brought down the Reagan White House with the Iran Contra scandal.

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Movie Details

Czech Republic Releases: August 25th, 2017 (Wide), released as Barry Seal: Nebeský gauner
MPAA Rating: R for language throughout and some sexuality/nudity.
(Rating bulletin 2481 (Cert #51109), 6/21/2017)
Running Time: 114 minutes
Keywords: C.I.A., 1980s, Drug Trafficking, Narcotics, Smuggler, Crime Caper, In a Plane
Source:Based on Real Life Events
Genre:Thriller/Suspense
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Dramatization
Production Companies: Cross Creek Pictures, Imagine Entertainment, Quadrant Pictures, Vendian Entertainment, Hercules Film Fund, Universal Pictures, Brian Grazer Productions
Production Countries: United States

Cast

Tom Cruise    Barry Seal
Domhnall Gleeson    Monty Schafer
Sarah Wright    Lucy Seal
Jesse Plemons    Sheriff Downing
Caleb Landry-Jones    Bubba
Jayma Mays    Dana Sibota
Lola Kirke    Judy Downing
E. Roger Mitchell    Craig McCall
Aljandro Edda    Jorge Ochoa
Benito Martinez    James Rangel
Lara Grice    Female Reporter
Frank Licari    ATF Special Agent Franks
Alex Quarles    Barry and Lucy’s Son
Jed Rees    Louis Finkle
Connor Trinneer    George W. Bush
Fredy Yate Escobar    Carlos Ledher
Mauricio Mejia    Pablo Escobar
Robert P. Farrior    Oliver North
Morgan Hinkleman    Christina
Alberto Ospino    Manuel Noriega
Filipe Bernedette    Translator
Daniel Lugo    Adolfo Calero
Jayson Warner Smith    Bill Cooper
William Mark McCullough    Pete
April Billingsley    Stewardess
Lauren Boyd    Secretary
Lauren Revard    Teller
Marcus Hester    Parka
Mike Pniewski    Willie
Alex Collins    ATF #1
Alpha Trivette    Judge Linkletter
Kevin 'Lucky' Johnson    Agent Horace Wainwright
Devere Jehl    Plain Clothed Man
Emilio Sierra    Hector
Maria Howell    NSC Woman
Tony Guerrero    Federico Vaughan
Leon Lamar    Elderly Man
Justice Leak    DEA Agent Winter
Robert Pralgo    Gary
Darla Delgado    Customs Agent
Mickey Sumner    North’s Aide Fawn Hall
Daniel May    CIA Man
Chloe Swan Sparwath    LeeAnn
Trip McCarthy    Dean
Byron Diaz    Sandinista Soldier
Zachary Powell    Dean
Byron Wigfall    Contra #1
Juan Esteban Ramirez Toro    Antonio
Jeffrey Olsen    State Trooper
Stephen Conroy    Military Police Advisor
Jairo Ordonez    Scar

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Doug Liman
Screenwriter    Gary Spinelli
Producer    Brian Oliver
Producer    Tyler Thompson
Producer    Brian Grazer
Producer    Kim Roth
Producer    Doug Davison
Producer    Ray Angelic
Executive Producer    Michael Bassick
Executive Producer    Paris Latsis
Executive Producer    Terry Douglas
Executive Producer    Christopher Woodrow
Executive Producer    Brandt Anderson
Executive Producer    Eric Greenfeld
Executive Producer    Michael Finley
Executive Producer    Ray Chen
Director of Photography    Cesar Charlone
Production Designer    Dan Weil
Editor    Andrew Mondshein
Additional Editor    Saar Klein
Additional Editor    Dylan Tichenor
Composer    Christophe Beck
Costume Designer    Jenny Gering

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Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2017/08/25 3 $74,119   97 $764   $74,119 1
2017/09/01 4 $69,296 -7% 63 $1,100   $176,891 2
2017/09/08 5 $37,599 -46% 41 $917   $234,400 3
2017/09/15 10 $22,507 -40% 28 $804   $273,453 4
2017/09/22 12 $16,318 -27% 23 $709   $297,862 5
2017/09/29 13 $10,785 -34% 15 $719   $314,300 6
2017/10/06 17 $3,967 -63% 9 $441   $322,090 7

Box Office Summary Per Territory

Territory Release
Date
Opening
Weekend
Opening
Weekend
Theaters
Maximum
Theaters
Theatrical
Engagements
Total
Box Office
Report
Date
Albania 9/7/2017 $0 0 1 1 $12,058 10/17/2017
Australia 8/25/2017 $1,696,679 359 359 1320 $5,192,999 10/16/2017
Austria 9/8/2017 $211,239 57 57 233 $635,766 10/17/2017
Belgium 9/15/2017 $215,667 58 60 181 $618,260 10/17/2017
Bolivia 9/21/2017 $0 0 4 5 $62,523 10/17/2017
Brazil 9/15/2017 $1,106,531 449 449 949 $2,803,594 10/17/2017
Bulgaria 8/25/2017 $64,380 0 0 0 $320,861 10/16/2017
Central America 9/15/2017 $247,000 0 78 94 $887,216 10/17/2017
Chile 9/14/2017 $44,882 27 27 56 $156,331 10/17/2017
Colombia 9/22/2017 $268,369 159 159 273 $528,098 10/17/2017
Croatia 8/24/2017 $0 0 20 63 $118,341 10/17/2017
Cyprus 8/31/2017 $0 0 5 5 $36,244 10/17/2017
Czech Republic 8/25/2017 $74,119 97 97 276 $322,090 10/11/2017
Denmark 8/24/2017 $0 0 76 183 $548,448 10/17/2017
Ecuador 9/22/2017 $0 0 40 76 $327,452 10/17/2017
Egypt 8/23/2017 $0 0 3 5 $145,825 10/17/2017
Estonia 8/25/2017 $0 0 5 6 $214,557 10/17/2017
Finland 9/8/2017 $105,042 66 66 162 $360,707 10/17/2017
France 9/15/2017 $1,750,648 356 356 1206 $4,734,190 10/17/2017
Germany 9/7/2017 $1,223,108 465 494 1661 $3,067,846 10/17/2017
Greece 9/7/2017 $183,910 106 106 228 $469,665 10/17/2017
Hong Kong 9/8/2017 $481,365 43 43 111 $951,119 10/17/2017
Hungary 9/1/2017 $254,638 55 57 227 $802,207 10/17/2017
Iceland 9/1/2017 $0 0 1 1 $142,624 10/17/2017
India 9/29/2017 $288,487 221 221 290 $555,603 10/17/2017
Indonesia 8/25/2017 $0 0 3 4 $1,760,422 10/17/2017
Israel 8/24/2017 $0 0 30 128 $617,554 10/17/2017
Italy 9/15/2017 $1,213,692 0 0 0 $3,032,628 10/12/2017
Latvia 8/25/2017 $0 0 2 4 $76,608 10/17/2017
Lebanon 8/31/2017 $0 0 1 1 $300,675 10/17/2017
Lithuania 8/25/2017 $35,492 112 112 242 $117,181 10/17/2017
Macedonia 8/24/2017 $0 0 1 1 $5,459 10/17/2017
Malaysia 9/1/2017 $345,701 65 65 228 $771,812 10/17/2017
Mexico 9/15/2017 $402,002 0 93 93 $1,274,191 10/17/2017
Middle East Region 8/31/2017 $0 0 5 8 $2,040,598 10/17/2017
Netherlands 9/1/2017 $478,955 81 89 582 $2,221,413 10/16/2017
New Zealand 8/25/2017 $143,986 76 77 383 $542,861 10/17/2017
North America 9/29/2017 $16,776,390 3024 3098 9153 $40,747,365
Norway 8/25/2017 $0 0 76 205 $830,103 10/17/2017
Pakistan 9/8/2017 $0 0 1 2 $68,228 10/17/2017
Panama 9/14/2017 $243,400 123 123 214 $489,597 9/27/2017
Paraguay 9/29/2017 $314 16 16 21 $52,453 10/17/2017
Peru 9/15/2017 $148,160 82 82 120 $295,416 10/17/2017
Philippines 9/15/2017 $370,061 159 159 247 $605,573 10/17/2017
Poland 8/25/2017 $0 0 124 532 $1,773,624 10/17/2017
Portugal 9/1/2017 $237,179 75 75 372 $919,687 10/11/2017
Romania 8/25/2017 $0 0 22 30 $546,721 10/17/2017
Russia (CIS) 10/13/2017 $1,400,000 0 0 0 $1,400,000 10/16/2017
Serbia and Montenegro 8/31/2017 $0 0 5 7 $69,902 10/17/2017
Singapore 9/1/2017 $338,090 34 34 116 $711,462 10/17/2017
Slovakia 8/25/2017 $42,349 59 59 141 $143,172 10/4/2017
Slovenia 8/24/2017 $0 0 15 40 $69,268 10/17/2017
South Africa 9/1/2017 $124,549 96 99 315 $451,350 10/17/2017
South Korea 9/12/2017 $1,580,854 691 691 1169 $2,798,299 10/17/2017
Spain 9/1/2017 $1,580,209 326 462 2033 $6,038,701 10/12/2017
Sweden 8/25/2017 $0 0 86 280 $1,432,935 10/17/2017
Switzerland 9/7/2017 $308,471 53 83 264 $1,327,396 10/17/2017
Switzerland (French Speaking) 9/15/2017 $122,000 0 0 0 $122,000 9/18/2017
Switzerland (German Speaking) 9/8/2017 $339,000 0 0 0 $339,000 9/11/2017
Taiwan 8/25/2017 $0 0 98 250 $2,326,409 10/17/2017
Thailand 9/1/2017 $152,347 46 46 137 $320,040 9/27/2017
Trinidad 9/29/2017 $7,203 13 13 22 $72,749 10/17/2017
Turkey 9/8/2017 $225,228 244 244 716 $733,688 10/9/2017
Ukraine 10/13/2017 $56,440 148 148 148 $398,000 10/17/2017
United Arab Emirates 8/31/2017 $0 0 2 2 $2,198,701 10/17/2017
United Kingdom 8/25/2017 $1,373,680 543 556 2416 $7,355,483 10/17/2017
Uruguay 9/29/2017 $23,000 0 15 15 $50,839 10/17/2017
Venezuela 9/22/2017 $47,076 58 60 169 $226,453 10/17/2017
 
Rest of World $873,814
 
Worldwide Total$112,564,454 10/17/2017

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