The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel

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Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $46,383,639Details
International Box Office $88,345,708
Worldwide Box Office $134,729,347
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $11,491,178 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $1,868,826 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $13,360,004
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Synopsis

A group of British retirees decide to "outsource" their retirement to less expensive and seemingly exotic India. Enticed by advertisements for the newly restored Marigold Hotel and bolstered with visions of a life of leisure, they arrive to find the palace a shell of its former self. Though the new environment is less luxurious than imagined, they are forever transformed by their shared experiences, discovering that life and love can begin again when you let go of the past.

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics
78% - Certified Fresh
Audience
79% - Upright

Movie Details

Production Budget:$10,000,000
Theatrical Release: May 4th, 2012 (Limited) by Fox Searchlight
May 25th, 2012 (Expands Wide) by Fox Searchlight
Video Release: September 18th, 2012 by Fox Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for sexual content and language.
(Rating bulletin 2172, 5/18/2011)
Keywords: Bigotry, Widow/Widower, December Romance, Romance, Retirement, Autumn Years
Source:Based on Fiction Book/Short Story
Genre:Comedy
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction

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DVD Sales: Chihuahua Towers Over Competition

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Blu-ray Sales: Indiana Jones Raids Blu-ray Sales Chart

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Per Theater Chart: Waning Moon

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Per Theater Chart: New Releases Are Overshadowed

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Cast

Judi Dench    Evelyn Greenslade
Bill Nighy    Douglas Ainslie
Penelope Wilton    Jean Ainslie
Dev Patel    Sonny Kapoor
Celia Imrie    Madge Hardcastle
Ronald Pickup    Norman Cousins
Tom Wilkinson    Graham Dashwood
Maggie Smith    Muriel Donnelly
Patrick Pearson    Graham's Colleague
Hugh Dickson    Judge
James Rawlings    Estate Agent
Liza Tarbuck    Staff Nurse
Paul Bhattacharjee    Dr. Ghujarapartidar
Lucy Robinson    Judith
Simon Wilson    Madge's Son-In-Law
Ramona Marquez    Madge's Grandchild
Raoul Marquez    Madge's Grandchild
Glen Davis    Taxi Driver
Jay Villiers    Evelyn's Son
Paul Bentall    Evelyn's Lawyer
Louise Brealey    Hairdresser
Catherine Terris    Graham's Cleaner
Richard Cubison    Douglas' Gold Partner
Josh Cohen    Paramedic
Bhuvanesh Shetty    Muriel's Physiotherapist
Honey Chhaya    Young Wasim
Shubhrajyoti Barat    Public Records Official
Narendra Kumar    Rickshaw Driver/Graham
Hem Acharya    Boy Playing Cricket
Kailash Vijay    Rickshaw Driver/Evelyn
Tena Desae    Sunaina
Sid Makker    Jay
Seema Azmi    Anokhi
Vishnu Sharma    Mr. Maruthi
Lillete Dubey    Mrs. Kapoor
Denzil Smith    Viceroy Club Secretary
Jagdish Sharma    Maharajah
Sandeep Lele    Viceroy Club Barman
Diana Hardcastle    Carol
Neeraj Kadela    Market Salesman
S.N. Purohit    Tap Shop Owner
Shiv Palawat    Tea Room Waiter
Mahesh Udeshi    Doctor at Clinic
Neena Kulkarni    Gaurika
Rajendra Gupta    Manoj
Gagan Mishra    Restaurant Owner
A.R. Rama    Rickshaw Driver/Jean

Production and Technical Credits

Director    John Madden
Screenwriter    Ol Parker
Based on the Novel "These Foolish Things"    Deborah Moggach
Producer    Graham Broadbent
Producer    Pete Czernin
Executive Producer    Jeff Skoll
Executive Producer    Ricky Strauss
Executive Producer    Jonathan King
Co-Producer    Caroline Hewitt
Co-Producer    Sarah Harvey
Director of Photograpy    Ben Davis
Production Designer    Alan MacDonald
Editor    Chris Gill
Costume Designer    Louise Stjernsward
Composer    Thomas Newman
Casting Director    Michelle Guish
Casting Director    Seher Latif

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2012/05/04 - $197,054   27 $7,298   $197,054 1
2012/05/05 - $312,247 +58% 27 $11,565   $509,301 2
2012/05/06 - $227,750 -27% 27 $8,435   $737,051 3
2012/05/07 - $78,731 -65% 27 $2,916   $815,782 4
2012/05/08 - $86,841 +10% 27 $3,216   $902,623 5
2012/05/09 - $86,348 -1% 27 $3,198   $988,971 6
2012/05/10 - $83,545 -3% 27 $3,094   $1,072,516 7
2012/05/11 8 $672,210 +705% 178 $3,776   $1,744,726 8
2012/05/12 8 $1,080,873 +61% 178 $6,072   $2,825,599 9
2012/05/13 8 $919,057 -15% 178 $5,163   $3,744,656 10
2012/05/14 7 $279,112 -70% 178 $1,568   $4,023,768 11
2012/05/15 7 $347,302 +24% 178 $1,951   $4,371,070 12
2012/05/16 6 $321,998 -7% 178 $1,809   $4,693,068 13
2012/05/17 7 $304,373 -5% 178 $1,710   $4,997,441 14
2012/05/18 6 $872,968 +187% 354 $2,466   $5,870,409 15
2012/05/19 6 $1,353,730 +55% 354 $3,824   $7,224,139 16
2012/05/20 6 $1,003,886 -26% 354 $2,836   $8,228,025 17
2012/05/21 6 $522,294 -48% 354 $1,475   $8,750,319 18
2012/05/22 6 $521,656 n/c 354 $1,474   $9,271,975 19
2012/05/23 6 $460,516 -12% 354 $1,301   $9,732,491 20
2012/05/24 6 $471,005 +2% 354 $1,331   $10,203,496 21
2012/05/25 8 $1,671,811 +255% 1,233 $1,356   $11,875,307 22
2012/05/26 7 $2,457,478 +47% 1,233 $1,993   $14,332,785 23
2012/05/27 7 $2,253,914 -8% 1,233 $1,828   $16,586,699 24
2012/05/28 5 $1,977,540 -12% 1,233 $1,604   $18,564,239 25
2012/05/29 7 $819,248 -59% 1,233 $664   $19,383,487 26
2012/05/30 5 $753,601 -8% 1,233 $611   $20,137,088 27
2012/05/31 6 $759,517 +1% 1,233 $616   $20,896,605 28
2012/06/01 7 $1,266,138 +67% 1,294 $978   $22,162,743 29
2012/06/02 5 $1,985,470 +57% 1,294 $1,534   $24,148,213 30
2012/06/03 6 $1,231,475 -38% 1,294 $952   $25,379,688 31
2012/06/04 5 $545,660 -56% 1,294 $422   $25,925,348 32
2012/06/05 5 $669,334 +23% 1,294 $517   $26,594,682 33
2012/06/06 4 $592,939 -11% 1,294 $458   $27,187,621 34
2012/06/07 4 $585,958 -1% 1,294 $453   $27,773,579 35
2012/06/08 6 $940,419 +60% 1,298 $725   $28,713,998 36
2012/06/09 6 $1,388,155 +48% 1,298 $1,069   $30,102,153 37
2012/06/10 6 $938,582 -32% 1,298 $723   $31,040,735 38
2012/06/11 6 $397,925 -58% 1,298 $307   $31,438,660 39
2012/06/12 6 $557,814 +40% 1,298 $430   $31,996,474 40
2012/06/13 6 $489,281 -12% 1,298 $377   $32,485,755 41
2012/06/14 6 $447,740 -8% 1,298 $345   $32,933,495 42
2012/06/15 8 $632,069 +41% 1,184 $534   $33,565,564 43
2012/06/16 8 $957,937 +52% 1,184 $809   $34,523,501 44
2012/06/17 9 $693,212 -28% 1,184 $585   $35,216,713 45
2012/06/18 9 $328,849 -53% 1,184 $278   $35,545,562 46
2012/06/19 8 $411,776 +25% 1,184 $348   $35,957,338 47
2012/06/20 8 $396,141 -4% 1,184 $335   $36,353,479 48
2012/06/21 8 $401,860 +1% 1,184 $339   $36,755,339 49
2012/06/22 12 $454,182 +13% 741 $613   $37,209,521 50
2012/06/23 12 $697,808 +54% 741 $942   $37,907,329 51
2012/06/24 12 $476,634 -32% 741 $643   $38,383,963 52
2012/06/25 12 $223,867 -53% 741 $302   $38,607,830 53
2012/06/26 12 $256,702 +15% 741 $346   $38,864,532 54
2012/06/27 12 $223,971 -13% 741 $302   $39,088,503 55
2012/06/28 12 $232,391 +4% 741 $314   $39,320,894 56
2012/06/29 - $278,103 +20% 534 $521   $39,598,997 57
2012/06/30 - $462,283 +66% 534 $866   $40,061,280 58
2012/07/01 - $363,815 -21% 534 $681   $40,425,095 59
2012/07/02 - $193,738 -47% 534 $363   $40,618,833 60
2012/07/03 - $168,744 -13% 419 $403   $40,787,577 61
2012/07/04 15 $298,407 +77% 419 $712   $41,085,984 62
2012/07/05 17 $164,798 -45% 401 $411   $41,250,782 63
2012/07/06 - $210,414 +28% 359 $586   $41,461,196 64
2012/07/07 - $327,314 +56% 359 $912   $41,788,510 65
2012/07/08 - $203,363 -38% 359 $566   $41,991,873 66
2012/07/09 - $85,912 -58% 359 $239   $42,077,785 67
2012/07/10 - $107,346 +25% 359 $299   $42,185,131 68
2012/07/11 - $99,004 -8% 359 $276   $42,284,135 69
2012/07/12 - $105,641 +7% 359 $294   $42,389,776 70
2012/07/13 - $167,922 +59% 342 $491   $42,557,698 71
2012/07/14 - $274,597 +64% 342 $803   $42,832,295 72
2012/07/15 - $208,532 -24% 342 $610   $43,040,827 73
2012/07/16 - $84,309 -60% 342 $247   $43,125,136 74
2012/07/17 - $123,740 +47% 342 $362   $43,248,876 75
2012/07/18 - $97,056 -22% 342 $284   $43,345,932 76
2012/07/19 - $90,048 -7% 342 $263   $43,435,980 77
2012/07/20 - $118,299 +31% 288 $411   $43,554,279 78
2012/07/21 - $172,979 +46% 288 $601   $43,727,258 79
2012/07/22 - $125,513 -27% 288 $436   $43,852,771 80
2012/07/23 - $63,861 -49% 288 $222   $43,916,632 81
2012/07/24 - $78,014 +22% 288 $271   $43,994,646 82
2012/07/25 - $68,117 -13% 288 $237   $44,062,763 83
2012/07/26 - $73,501 +8% 288 $255   $44,136,264 84
2012/07/27 - $84,768 +15% 276 $307   $44,221,032 85
2012/07/28 - $144,947 +71% 276 $525   $44,365,979 86
2012/07/29 - $105,627 -27% 276 $383   $44,471,606 87
2012/07/30 - $47,106 -55% 276 $171   $44,518,712 88
2012/07/31 - $64,511 +37% 276 $234   $44,583,223 89
2012/08/01 - $59,264 -8% 276 $215   $44,642,487 90
2012/08/02 - $61,084 +3% 276 $221   $44,703,571 91
2012/08/03 - $74,643 +22% 230 $325   $44,778,214 92
2012/08/04 - $129,789 +74% 230 $564   $44,908,003 93
2012/08/05 - $106,052 -18% 230 $461   $45,014,055 94
2012/08/06 - $49,730 -53% 230 $216   $45,063,785 95
2012/08/07 - $55,754 +12% 230 $242   $45,119,539 96
2012/08/08 - $45,009 -19% 230 $196   $45,164,548 97
2012/08/09 - $42,747 -5% 230 $186   $45,207,295 98
2012/08/10 - $48,584 +14% 184 $264   $45,255,879 99
2012/08/11 - $72,674 +50% 184 $395   $45,328,553 100
2012/08/12 - $46,783 -36% 184 $254   $45,375,336 101
2012/08/13 - $22,617 -52% 184 $123   $45,397,953 102
2012/08/14 - $30,623 +35% 184 $166   $45,428,576 103
2012/08/15 - $28,564 -7% 167 $171   $45,457,140 104
2012/08/16 - $26,833 -6% 167 $161   $45,483,973 105
2012/08/17 - $31,467 +17% 128 $246   $45,515,440 106
2012/08/18 - $45,266 +44% 128 $354   $45,560,706 107
2012/08/19 - $31,622 -30% 128 $247   $45,592,328 108
2012/08/20 - $14,395 -54% 128 $112   $45,606,723 109
2012/08/21 - $19,360 +34% 128 $151   $45,626,083 110
2012/08/22 - $17,279 -11% 120 $144   $45,643,362 111
2012/08/23 - $17,662 +2% 120 $147   $45,661,024 112
2012/08/24 - $25,383 +44% 112 $227   $45,686,407 113
2012/08/25 - $39,856 +57% 112 $356   $45,726,263 114
2012/08/26 - $27,573 -31% 112 $246   $45,753,836 115
2012/08/27 - $16,139 -41% 112 $144   $45,769,975 116
2012/08/28 - $21,133 +31% 112 $189   $45,791,108 117
2012/08/29 - $17,953 -15% 106 $169   $45,809,061 118
2012/08/30 - $18,935 +5% 106 $179   $45,827,996 119
2012/08/31 - $23,556 +24% 105 $224   $45,851,552 120
2012/09/01 - $39,592 +68% 105 $377   $45,891,144 121
2012/09/02 - $36,220 -9% 105 $345   $45,927,364 122
2012/09/03 - $30,142 -17% 105 $287   $45,957,506 123
2012/09/04 - $13,022 -57% 105 $124   $45,970,528 124
2012/09/05 - $13,560 +4% 105 $129   $45,984,088 125
2012/09/06 - $16,593 +22% 105 $158   $46,000,681 126
2012/09/07 - $23,203 +40% 114 $204   $46,023,884 127
2012/09/08 - $39,017 +68% 114 $342   $46,062,901 128
2012/09/09 - $20,118 -48% 114 $176   $46,083,019 129
2012/09/10 - $8,511 -58% 114 $75   $46,091,530 130
2012/09/11 - $12,192 +43% 114 $107   $46,103,722 131
2012/09/12 - $10,247 -16% 114 $90   $46,113,969 132
2012/09/13 - $10,685 +4% 114 $94   $46,124,654 133
2012/09/14 - $17,545 +64% 80 $219   $46,142,199 134
2012/09/15 - $26,819 +53% 80 $335   $46,169,018 135
2012/09/16 - $16,480 -39% 80 $206   $46,185,498 136
2012/09/17 - $7,990 -52% 80 $100   $46,193,488 137
2012/09/18 - $10,742 +34% 80 $134   $46,204,230 138
2012/09/19 - $8,443 -21% 80 $106   $46,212,673 139
2012/09/20 - $9,003 +7% 80 $113   $46,221,676 140
2012/09/21 - $11,653 +29% 47 $248   $46,233,329 141
2012/09/22 - $17,782 +53% 47 $378   $46,251,111 142
2012/09/23 - $11,950 -33% 47 $254   $46,263,061 143
2012/09/24 - $4,424 -63% 47 $94   $46,267,485 144
2012/09/25 - $7,394 +67% 47 $157   $46,274,879 145
2012/09/26 - $7,248 -2% 47 $154   $46,282,127 146
2012/09/27 - $6,188 -15% 47 $132   $46,288,315 147
2012/09/28 - $4,248 -31% 32 $133   $46,292,563 148
2012/09/29 - $10,239 +141% 32 $320   $46,302,802 149
2012/09/30 - $11,174 +9% 32 $349   $46,313,976 150
2012/10/01 - $5,237 -53% 32 $164   $46,319,213 151
2012/10/02 - $4,712 -10% 32 $147   $46,323,925 152
2012/10/03 - $5,031 +7% 32 $157   $46,328,956 153
2012/10/04 - $3,939 -22% 32 $123   $46,332,895 154
2012/10/05 - $3,084 -22% 18 $171   $46,335,979 155
2012/10/06 - $4,271 +38% 18 $237   $46,340,250 156
2012/10/07 - $3,284 -23% 18 $182   $46,343,534 157
2012/10/08 - $4,050 +23% 18 $225   $46,347,584 158
2012/10/09 - $2,117 -48% 18 $118   $46,349,701 159
2012/10/10 - $3,410 +61% 18 $189   $46,353,111 160
2012/10/11 - $2,095 -39% 18 $116   $46,355,206 161
2012/10/12 - $2,180 +4% 9 $242   $46,357,386 162
2012/10/13 - $3,416 +57% 9 $380   $46,360,802 163
2012/10/14 - $3,178 -7% 9 $353   $46,363,980 164
2012/10/15 - $1,474 -54% 9 $164   $46,365,454 165
2012/10/16 - $1,218 -17% 9 $135   $46,366,672 166
2012/10/17 - $1,852 +52% 9 $206   $46,367,050 167
2012/10/18 - $1,287 -31% 9 $143   $46,368,337 168
2012/10/19 - $1,832 +42% 10 $183   $46,370,169 169
2012/10/20 - $1,846 +1% 10 $185   $46,372,015 170
2012/10/21 - $3,533 +91% 10 $353   $46,375,548 171
2012/10/22 - $1,961 -44% 10 $196   $46,377,509 172
2012/10/23 - $2,104 +7% 10 $210   $46,379,613 173
2012/10/24 - $2,100 n/c 10 $210   $46,381,713 174
2012/10/25 - $1,926 -8% 10 $193   $46,383,639 175

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2012/05/04 16 $737,051   27 $27,298   $737,051 3
2012/05/11 8 $2,672,140 +263% 178 $15,012   $3,744,656 10
2012/05/18 6 $3,230,584 +21% 354 $9,126   $8,228,025 17
2012/05/25 8 $6,383,203 +98% 1,233 $5,177   $16,586,699 24
2012/06/01 6 $4,483,083 -30% 1,294 $3,465   $25,379,688 31
2012/06/08 6 $3,267,156 -27% 1,298 $2,517   $31,040,735 38
2012/06/15 8 $2,283,218 -30% 1,184 $1,928   $35,216,713 45
2012/06/22 12 $1,628,624 -29% 741 $2,198   $38,383,963 52
2012/06/29 15 $1,104,201 -32% 534 $2,068   $40,425,095 59
2012/07/06 17 $741,091 -33% 359 $2,064   $41,991,873 66
2012/07/13 19 $651,051 -12% 342 $1,904   $43,040,827 73
2012/07/20 17 $416,791 -36% 288 $1,447   $43,852,771 80
2012/07/27 20 $335,342 -20% 276 $1,215   $44,471,606 87
2012/08/03 23 $310,484 -7% 230 $1,350   $45,014,055 94
2012/08/10 30 $168,041 -46% 184 $913   $45,375,336 101
2012/08/17 35 $108,355 -36% 128 $847   $45,592,328 108
2012/08/24 41 $92,812 -14% 112 $829   $45,753,836 115
2012/08/31 43 $99,368 +7% 105 $946   $45,927,364 122
2012/09/07 44 $82,338 -17% 114 $722   $46,083,019 129
2012/09/14 48 $60,844 -26% 80 $761   $46,185,498 136
2012/09/21 55 $41,385 -32% 47 $881   $46,263,061 143
2012/09/28 65 $25,661 -38% 32 $802   $46,313,976 150
2012/10/05 66 $10,639 -59% 18 $591   $46,343,534 157
2012/10/12 71 $8,774 -18% 9 $975   $46,363,980 164
2012/10/19 79 $7,211 -18% 10 $721   $46,375,548 171

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
9/23/20123245,097 245,097$3,674,004$3,674,0041
9/30/2012866,359-73% 311,456$1,317,890$4,991,8942
10/7/20121036,317-45% 347,773$544,392$5,536,2863
10/14/20121830,296-17% 378,069$454,137$5,990,4234
10/21/20122522,977-24% 401,046$344,425$6,334,8485
7/14/20132227,393 703,756$160,249$9,981,18143
7/21/20132624,032-12% 727,788$173,511$10,154,69244

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
9/23/2012919,898 19,898$472,371$472,3711

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