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The Boss Baby (2017)

The Boss Baby
Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $174,979,567Details
International Box Office $317,583,222Details
Worldwide Box Office $492,562,789
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Synopsis

A universal story about how a new baby’s arrival impacts a family, told from the point of view of a delightfully unreliable narrator, a wildly imaginative 7 year old named Tim.

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Latest Ranking on Cumulative Box Office Lists


Movie Details

Production Budget:$125,000,000
Domestic Releases: March 31st, 2017 (Wide) by 20th Century Fox
International Releases: March 17th, 2017 (Wide) (Australia)
March 24th, 2017 (Wide) (Chile)
March 24th, 2017 (Wide) (Peru)
March 24th, 2017 (Wide) (Russia (CIS))
March 24th, 2017 (Wide) (Ukraine)
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Video Release: July 25th, 2017 by Fox Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: PG for some mild rude humor.
(Rating bulletin 2456 (Cert #50833), 12/21/2016)
Running Time: 97 minutes
Franchise: The Boss Baby
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Keywords: Non-Chronological, Dysfunctional Family, Undercover, Talking Babies, 3-D, 3-D - Shot in 3-D, Voiceover/Narration
Source:Based on Fiction Book/Short Story
Genre:Comedy
Production Method:Digital Animation
Creative Type:Kids Fiction
Production Companies: DreamWorks Animation
Production Countries: United States

Ranking on other Records and Milestones

RecordRankAmountChart
Date
Days In
Release
Fastest to $150m 224 $150,193,218 Apr 28, 2017 34
Easter (All Movies, 3-Day) 41 $16,012,349 Apr 14, 2017 17
Easter (All Movies, 3-Day, Inflation Adjusted) 69 $15,668,192 Apr 14, 2017 17
Fastest to $100m 250 $100,781,230 Apr 7, 2017 14
Biggest Domestic April Weekend 37 $26,363,488 Apr 7, 2017 10
Biggest Domestic March Weekend 23 $50,198,902 Mar 31, 2017 3
Top 20th Century Fox Weekend Domestic 37 $50,198,902 Mar 31, 2017 3
Top Based on Fiction Book/Short Story Weekend Domestic 68 $50,198,902 Mar 31, 2017 3
Top Comedy Weekend Domestic 22 $50,198,902 Mar 31, 2017 3
Top Digital Animation Weekend Domestic 45 $50,198,902 Mar 31, 2017 3
Top Kids Fiction Weekend Domestic 46 $50,198,902 Mar 31, 2017 3
Top PG Weekend Domestic 62 $50,198,902 Mar 31, 2017 3
Fastest to $50m 202 $50,198,902 Mar 31, 2017 3
Biggest Domestic April Day 23 $20,115,863 Apr 1, 2017 2
Top 20th Century Fox Day Domestic 66 $20,115,863 Apr 1, 2017 2
Top Comedy Day Domestic 35 $20,115,863 Apr 1, 2017 2
Top Digital Animation Day Domestic 100 $20,115,863 Apr 1, 2017 2
Top Kids Fiction Day Domestic 95 $20,115,863 Apr 1, 2017 2
Biggest Domestic March Day 73 $15,621,148 Mar 31, 2017 1

Cast

   Baby
Steve Buscemi    Francis E. Francis
Jimmy Kimmel    Father
Lisa Kudrow    Mother
Miles Bakshi    Tim
Tobey Maguire    Older Tim/Narrator
James McGrath    Wizzie/Elvis Impersonator
Conrad Vernon    Eugene
ViviAnn Yee    Staci
Eric Bell Jr    Triplets
James Ryan    Story Bear
Walt Dohrn    Photographer
Jules Winter    Crying Boy/Little Boy/Boy
Nina Bakshi    Tim’s Daughter/Girl/Little Girl
Tom McGrath    TV Chef
Brian Hopkins    Airport Security Guard
Glenn Harmon    Airport Announcer
Joseph Izzo    Elvis Impersonators
Chris Miller    Captain Ross
Andrea Knoll    Flight Attendant
Chloe Albrecht    Hazmat Baby

Production and Technical Credits

Director   
Producer    Ramsey Ann Naito
Screenwriter    Michael McCullers
Based on the childrens book by    Marla Frazee
Composer    Hans Zimmer
Composer    Steve Mazzaro
Editor    James Ryan
Head of Story    Ennio Torresan, Jr.
Production Designer    David James
Director of Previsualization   
Art Director    Ruben Perez
Character Designer    Joe Moshier
Associate Producer    Rebecca Huntley
Associate Producer    Jed Schlanger
Production Manager    Rachel Zusser
Production Manager    Heather Lanza
Production Manager    Virendra Chauhan
Animation Supervisor    Anthony Hodgson
Animation Supervisor    Rani Naamani
Animation Supervisor    Bryce McGovern
Animation Supervisor    Ludovic Bouancheau
Supervising Technical Director    Anthony John Tyler
Supervising Technical Director    Ashish Dantu
Character Effects Supervisor    Somesh Quadros
Character Effects Supervisor    Damon Crowe
Sound Designer    Paul N. J. Ottosson
Sound Supervisor    Paul N. J. Ottosson
Re-recording Mixer    Paul N. J. Ottosson
Casting Director    Leslee Feldman
Casting Director    Christi Soper
Story Artist    Everett Downing
Story Artist    Steven Macleod
Story Artist    Andy Gaskill
Story Artist    Dave Needham
Story Artist    Javier Recio Gracia
Story Artist    Kenji Ono
Story Artist    Glenn Harmon
Story Artist    Robert Porter
Story Artist    Colin Jack
Story Artist    Radford Sechrist
Story Artist    Robert Koo
Story Artist    Anthony Zierhut
Production Supervisor    Cindy Freeman
Production Supervisor    Aaron Cimity
Second Editor    Mary Blee
Associate Editor    Jacquelyn Karambelas
First Assistant Editor    Natalia Cronembold
Assistant Editor    Erika Scopelli
Production Supervisor    Madison Sellers
Sound Effects Editor    Greg ten Bosch
Sound Effects Editor    Christian Schaaning
Sound Effects Editor    Phil Barrie
Foley Mixer    Nerses Gezalyan
Foley Mixer    Randy Singer
Foley Mixer    Jeff Gross
Foley Mixer    John Sanacore
Dialogue Editor    Joe Schiff
Dialogue Editor    Robert Troy
Dialogue Editor    Chris Welch
Additional Music    Conrad Pope
Music Editor    Shannon Erbe
Score Mixer    Nathaniel Kunkel

Home Market Releases for July 25th, 2017

July 26th, 2017

Lost in America

The Boss Baby is the biggest release of the week, while Ghost in the Shell is a distant second place. Neither of those films are terrible, but neither are remotely good enough to be a Pick of the Week contender. Gifted was in contention, but in the end, I went with the Criterion Collection release for Lost in America. More...

Thursday Night Previews: Wonder Woman has Wonderful $11 million Start

June 2nd, 2017

Wonder Woman

Wonder Woman had the third best previews for 2017 so far at $11 million. Only Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2 ($17.0 million) and Beauty and the Beast ($16.4 million) have topped it, while it is double what Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales earned just last weekend. This represents the biggest previews for a movie directed by a woman, surpassing Fifty Shades of Grey and I'm very happy this film took away a record from Fifty Shades. So what does this tell us about the film’s box office chances? Sadly, not much. It is right were most people were expecting, so I don’t feel the need to adjust our prediction, but there are a lot of unknown factors that could affect the weekend number. Firstly, the film’s reviews are 93% positive and the word-of-mouth should be just as strong. However, the Fangirl Effect could frontload the film’s box office numbers, thus hurting its legs. There have not been enough female led superhero movies to come out to make a judgment at this time. At the moment, $100 million seems safe, but that could change this time tomorrow when the Friday estimates come in and that number could drop to $90 million or rise to $120 million. Hopefully it is the latter. More...

Weekend Predictions: Can the New Releases Snatch Victory Away from Guardians?

May 11th, 2017

Snatched

There are two wide releases coming out this week, King Arthur: Legend of the Sword and Snatched. However, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2 will likely destroy them at the box office. The real question is whether or not the top three films this year will out-earn the three films from this weekend last year. At the beginning of the month, I thought that would happen, but now I’m not so sure. Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2 missed expectations last weekend and King Arthur: Legend of the Sword and Snatched haven’t seen their buzz grow like most new releases do. I don’t think 2017 will get crushed like it did last weekend, but I also don’t think it will end its mini-losing streak either. More...

International Box Office: Guardians Protect the Globe for Another Weekend with $123.8 million

May 11th, 2017

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2 remained in first place on the international chart with $123.8 million in 55 markets for totals of $282.6 million internationally and $429.1 million worldwide. The film is already ahead of the worldwide totals of a couple of MCU alumni, The Incredible Hulk and Captain America: The First Avenger. The film opened in first place in a trio of major markets this past weekend: China, South Korea, and Russia. Its biggest opening came in China, no surprise there, where it earned $48.56 million over the weekend for a total opening of $49.47 million, including limited previews. It earned $12.79 million in 1,370 screens over the weekend in Russia. The film earned $6.92 million on 1,218 screens in South Korea over the weekend for a total opening of $13.20 million. In each of these markets, Vol 2 showed strong growth compared to the original Guardians of the Galaxy. In fact, Vol 2 earned more during its opening weekend than the original earned in total ($11.0 million). At this pace, the film will have no trouble matching the original worldwide and its legs will determine if it can reach $1 billion. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Galaxy gets the Summer Going with $146.51 million

May 8th, 2017

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2

For the eighth year in a row, a Marvel movie started the summer blockbuster season. This time around, it was Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2, which earned $146.51 million, or roughly 75% of the total weekend box office of $194 million. That figure is nearly double the box office from last week, an increase of 97%, to be more precise. Unfortunately, this is also 19% lower than the same weekend last year when Captain America: Civil War dominated the chart. 2017 is still ahead of 2016, but the gap has narrowed to 4.5% at $3.88 billion to $3.71 billion. More...

Weekend Predictions: Guarding the Box Office against Civil War

May 4th, 2017

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2

The summer blockbuster season unofficially begins this weekend with the release of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2. There are no other films opening wide this week, so it will dominate the chart like few films are able to. In fact, the film’s only real competition is Captain America: Civil War, which opened this weekend last year. There’s very little chance Vol 2 will start as fast as Civil War started, but it could have better legs. I think 2017 will lose the year-over-year comparison this weekend, but the rest of the month should be better. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: April’s Conclusion was a Wild Weekend

May 1st, 2017

Baahubali 2: The Conclusion

The weekend box office was a wild one with two limited releases in the top five, How to be a Latin Lover and Baahubali 2: The Conclusion. The Fate of the Furious remained in first place with $19.94 million, which is better than expected. Unfortunately, the overall box office was still weak down 8.3% from last weekend to just $99 million. Worse still, this is 8.9% lower than the same weekend last year. 2017’s lead over 2016 took a bit of a hit, but still has a 5.1% or $180 million lead, $3.66 billion to $3.48 billion. More...

Weekend Predictions: April Circles the Drain

April 27th, 2017

The Circle

The last weekend in April is usually a terrible weekend and this year is no different. There is only one truly wide release this week, The Circle, although How to be a Latin Lover has a shot at the top five. There are also two films opening in approximately 500 theaters hoping to sneak into the top ten: Sleight and Baahubali 2: The Conclusion. However, while it seems like a busy week for new releases, The Fate of the Furious will easily remain in first place. In fact, the top five this week could be nearly identical to the top five last week, with The Circle being the only nearly guaranteed new addition. This weekend last year, The Jungle Book led the way with $44 million, while the biggest new release was Keanu with just under $10 million. The new releases might be stronger this time around, but there’s almost no way 2017 will be able to compete with The Jungle Book. More...

International Box Office: Furious Fast Start Leads to a Quick Fall with $158.1 million

April 26th, 2017

The Fate of the Furious

The Fate of the Furious is living fast, but plummeting just as fast down 64% to $158.1 million on 19,757 screens in 65 territories for totals of $745.03 million internationally and $908.34 million worldwide. The film is now the biggest hit of 2017 on the international chart and is behind only Beauty and the Beast on the 2017 worldwide chart. The film’s biggest opening of the past weekend came in Poland where it earned $2.7 million on 187 screens, which is the best opening for the Fast and the Furious franchise in that market. Its biggest market overall continues to be China, where it added $55.28 million over the weekend for a two-week total of $321.65 million. The is the second biggest box office for a Hollywood release in China, behind only Furious 7, which earned $390.87 million there. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Furious Slows and New Releases Stall, Leaving Box Office short by $60 million

April 25th, 2017

The Fate of the Furious

As expected, The Fate of the Furious dominated the weekend box office chart. It held up a little better than expected with $38.41 million over the weekend; however, this was still over 60% lower than its opening weekend and the overall weekend fell over $60 million or 36% from last weekend for a total of $107 million. A lot of the blame can be pushed onto the new releases, as none of them earned a spot in the top five. Born in China was the best of the new releases earning sixth place with $4.79 million. Year-over-year, 2017 was 16% lower than 2016, but fortunately, 2017 still has an impressive $200 million lead over 2016 at $3.53 billion to $3.33 billion. More...

Weekend Estimates: Big Decline, Big Win for Fate of the Furious

April 23rd, 2017

The Fate of the Furious

A decline of 61% compared to its opening weekend still leaves The Fate of the Furious the big winner at the box office this weekend, with the five new wide releases combined making less than half the $38.7 million it will earn on its second weekend, according to Universal’s weekend estimate. The film’s domestic gross will end the weekend at about $163.6 million. As of last night, it has reached $636.3 million internationally, and it should end the weekend with $752.4 million overseas, for a global total of $916 million as of Sunday. $327.4 million of that will have come from China, where Fate is clocking up another $67 million this weekend. More...

Weekend Predictions: New Releases are Very Forgettable

April 20th, 2017

Free Fire

Late April is one of the traditional dumping grounds and this week is truly living down to that reputation. There are five new releases that have at least a shot at the top ten, but none of them have a shot at becoming midlevel hits. Unforgettable is the widest new release of the week and will likely be the biggest hit, but it very likely won’t be the best. Free Fire and Born in China are in a close battle for the best reviews for the week. Meanwhile, The Promise and Phoenix Forgotten are just hoping to avoid opening below the Mendoza Line. I think earning a theater average above $2,000 is overly optimistic for either film. There’s a lot of competition, but nearly all of it is terrible, so The Fate of the Furious will have no trouble repeating in first place. Furthermore, both The Boss Baby and Beauty and the Beast will likely remain in the top five, meaning there’s not a lot of room for the other films. This weekend last year, The Jungle Book earned just over $60 million over the weekend, while The Huntsman: Winter’s War opened with close to $20 million. There’s no way 2017 will be able to match this one-two punch. More...

International Box Office: Furious Goes from Zero to $500 million in one Weekend

April 19th, 2017

The Fate of the Furious

The Fate of the Furious dominated in the international chart with $433.2 million in 63 markets. This is the biggest international weekend of all time, beating the previous record holder, Jurassic World, by over $100 million. Interestingly, both of these films were released by Universal. Furthermore, the film has already topped the international totals of all but the two more recent installments in the Fast and the Furious franchise. On the downside, the international opening weekend record isn’t the most prestigious record, because it depends a lot of how wide a release a film has. For instance, The Fate of the Furious opened in all but four markets this past weekend and of the remaining markets, only Japan is a significant market. The film has the number one overall international weekend, but only broke weekend records in 20 of the 63 individual markets and only one of those markets could be considered a major market. That one market was China. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Fate Falls to Great Expectations, Still Earns $98.79 million

April 18th, 2017

The Fate of the Furious

As expected, The Fate of the Furious dominated the box office this weekend, earning nearly a 60% share of the total box office. It did miss predictions, however, with “just” $98.79 million. This is the curse of great expectations. Overall, the box office rose 40% from last weekend, reaching $167 million. However, this was 5.1% lower than the same weekend last year. Had The Fate of the Furious matched expectations, then 2017 would have had a 5% lead over last year. Year-to-date, 2017 has pulled in $3.37 billion and has a 7.2% lead over 2016. That will shrink as last year’s The Jungle Book’s legs will undoubtedly be better than The Fate of the Furious’s legs, but I don’t think 2017 will fall behind 2016 any time soon. More...

Weekend Estimates: Fate’s $100 Million Stateside Dwarfed by Huge International Haul

April 16th, 2017

The Fate of the Furious

The Fate of the Furious is, as expected, posting great opening numbers domestically, with Universal projecting a $100.2 million opening weekend, but the real news this weekend is the record breaking in international markets. Helped by a gigantic $190 million in China—the biggest-ever three-day weekend in that territory—Fate is headed for an overseas debut of $432.2 million, according to the studio. That’s easily the biggest international weekend of all time, beating Jurassic World’s $316.7 million. It’s also ahead of the inflation-adjusted international opening for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part II, which earned $314 million on its first weekend internationally, roughly equivalent to $375 million today. More...

Weekend Predictions: Furious is Fated to Outrace the Competition

April 13th, 2017

The Fate of the Furious

The headline isn’t 100% accurate, because let’s face it, there is no competition this week. The Fate of the Furious is the only wide release of the week (Spark was dropped to select cities.) and it will beat the nearest competition likely by over $100 million. It will likely earn more than the rest of the box office combined will earn. There could be a close race for second place between The Boss Baby and Beauty and the Beast, but for the most part, there will be no mystery at the box office this weekend. As for this weekend last year, it was also really one-sided. The Jungle Book opened with $103.26 million, while Barbershop: The Next Cut was a distant second with $20.24 million. The Fate of the Furious will need to match this one-two punch, or at least come close, for 2017 to continue building on its lead over 2016. I’m cautiously optimistic. More...

International Box Office: Ghost Comes to Life with $41.3 million

April 13th, 2017

Ghost in the Shell

Ghost in the Shell rose to first place with $41.3 million in 57 markets for a two-week international total of $92.8 million. The film was aided by a first place debut in China. It earned $21.15 million over the weekend for a total opening of $21.49 million. It also opened in Japan with $3.2 million over the weekend. The film’s international running tally is nearly triple its domestic one and that spread will only grow. This will help the studio somewhat; however, it would need to make over $250 million internationally to have any real shot at breaking even.

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Weekend Wrap-Up: Baby and Beast Dominate Box Office with $26.36 million and $23.65 million

April 11th, 2017

The Boss Baby

It was a good weekend at the box office, considering the time of year, but this was almost entirely due to holdovers. The Boss Baby earned $26.36 million, which was within a rounding of our prediction, while Beauty and the Beast was relatively close behind. This meant the best new release, Smurfs: The Lost Village, only managed third place. Furthermore, it wasn’t even close to second place. Overall, the box office fell 30% from last weekend. More importantly, it was 14% higher than the same weekend last year. Year-to-date, 2017 has pulled in $3.15 billion becoming the fastest year to reach $3 billion. It is also 6.4% or $190 million ahead of last year’s pace. It is still early, but 2017 is starting to build up a lead that will act as a cushion when it inevitably hits a soft patch. More...

Weekend Estimates: Baby Continues to Boss at the Box Office

April 9th, 2017

The Boss Baby

The Boss Baby will score another win at the box office this weekend, with Fox predicting a total of $26.3 million for the weekend, down 48% from its debut, and $89.4 million to date. That’s a remarkably strong second weekend, considering that Beauty and the Beast will be down virtually the same proporation—45%—in its fourth weekend. Disney’s blockbuster will do $25 million for a cume of $432 million so far domestically. With $545.1 million internationally, the film now has $977.4 million worldwide, and will pass the billion dollar mark this week. More...

Thursday Night Previews: Going has Stylish Start, while Smurfs is Going, Going, Gone

April 7th, 2017

Going in Style

There was an upset during Thursday’s previews, as Going in Style actually led the way with $600,000. However, demographics suggest it won’t remain in the lead for long. This is still not a great start, but it is nearly perfectly in line with expectations. The film’s reviews rose a little to 42% positive, but this still won’t help its legs. Look for an opening weekend of $10 million, more or less. More...

Weekend Predictions: Will it be Smurfs and the New Releases Get Lost in the Crowd?

April 6th, 2017

Smurfs: The Lost Village

It is the first weekend of April and there are two and a half films opening wide this week. The widest of these is Smurfs: The Lost Village, but direct competition is going to hurt it at the box office. Going in Style is aiming to be a sleeper hit, but its reviews will likely get in the way of that. Meanwhile, The Case for Christ is opening in barely more than 1,000 theaters and it is aiming for the churchgoing crowd and no one else. On the positive side, it is Easter next weekend, so it should have good legs. Unfortunately for the new releases, it looks like The Boss Baby will have a relatively easy time repeating in first place, while Beauty and the Beast will be close behind in second. This weekend last year, The Boss opened in first place with $23.59 million, while Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice was right behind with $23.36 million. This week we should have at least two films top that, perhaps even three if Smurfs: The Lost Village is on the high end of expectations. 2017 should continue to add to its lead over 2016. More...

International Box Office: Beauty Nears $900 million With $66.5 million

April 5th, 2017

Beauty and the Beast

Beauty and the Beast completed the threepeat earning first place on the international chart with $66.5 million in 55 markets for totals of $480.8 million internationally and $874.1 million worldwide. The film had no major market openings this past weekend, but it did do really well in a number of mid-level markets. Malaysia was the best earning $2.4 million, which is the second best opening in that market this year. Kong: Skull Island earned $2.6 million during its debut there. The Netherlands managed $1.8 million over the weekend for a total opening of $2.3 million, which is the best opening of the year so far. Likewise, it had the best openings of 2017 in both New Zealand ($1.4 million over the weekend and $1.7 million including previews) and in Chile ($1.5 million / $1.6 million). It will soon become the first film of 2017 to reach $1 billion worldwide and the 14th film from Disney to reach that milestone. More...

Theater Averages: Boss Baby Gets a Raise with $13,305

April 4th, 2017

The Boss Baby

Wide releases again dominated the theater average chart taking two of the top three spots. This includes The Boss Baby, which led the way with $13,305. The only limited release in the $10,000 club was David Lynch: The Art Life with $10,823 in its lone theater. Last week’s champ, Beauty and the Beast, was right behind with an average of $10,789. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Boss Blasts Off while Ghost Cracks

April 4th, 2017

The Boss Baby

The Boss Baby beat expectations and earned first place with $50.20 million over the weekend. The strong competition pushed Beauty and the Beast into second place, but it nearly hit $400 million and it is on pace for $500 million, so I wouldn’t feel too bad for the film. On the other hand, you can feel bad for Ghost in the Shell, because an opening of just $18.68 million on a $110 million production budget is a disaster. Overall, the box office rose 16% from last week reaching $169 million. Compared to last year, the box office rose 28%, which is very impressive. Year-to-date, 2017 has pulled in $2.98 billion, putting it 6.1% or $170 million ahead of 2016’s pace. We are far enough into the year that a lead this big is significant. That doesn’t mean 2017 is guaranteed to come out ahead, but this is certainly reason to be optimistic. More...

Weekend Estimates: Boss Baby Beats Beauty

April 2nd, 2017

The Boss Baby

A great marketing campaign and a beautifully-timed opening will most likely combine to give The Boss Baby a win at the box office this weekend, according to studio estimates released on Sunday. Victory isn’t completely assured, because the margin is fairly slim: Boss Baby is headed for $49 million, per Fox’s Sunday morning estimate, while Disney is expecting $47.5 million for Beauty and the Beast. Both studios expect Beast to win on Sunday, so the eventual winner will depend on today’s figures, but it would be a real surprise if the order changes when final numbers come in tomorrow. More...

Thursday Night Previews: Ghost Haunts Previews with $1.8 million

March 31st, 2017

Ghost in the Shell

Ghost in the Shell led the way on Thursday night with $1.8 million in advance earnings. This was better than the $1.2 million The Boss Baby managed, and on par with what Get Out’s $1.8 million earlier this year. However, Get Out had legs that most movies would kill for, so it is not a good predictor. John Wick: Chapter Two, which started out with $2.2 million on Thursday night, is arguably a much better comparison. Granted, John Wick earned much better reviews, but it was also a sequel and those tend to be a lot more front-loaded. Using this film as a guide gives Ghost in the Shell a $25 million opening weekend, which is well below our prediction. This isn’t a disaster, but it is a weak start for a film that cost $110 million to make. More...

Weekend Predictions: Will New Releases be the Boss of the Beast?

March 30th, 2017

The Boss Baby

Two new wide releases attempt to dethrone Beauty and the Beast this weekend, but I wouldn’t bet on either of them doing it. Earlier this week, it looked like Ghost in the Shell was a potential $100 million hit. Then its reviews collapsed. The Boss Baby, on the other hand, started with terrible reviews, but its buzz is growing despite this. This weekend last year, the best new release was God’s Not Dead 2, which opened with $7.6 million, and 2017 is in an excellent position to gain ground as a result. Granted, the top film that weekend was Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice with over $50 million and no film this week will match that, but the top three films last year earned just over $80 million, while the top three films this year should earn more than $100 million. More...

International Box Office: Beauty Holds Off King Kong with $119.2 million

March 30th, 2017

Beauty and the Beast

Beauty and the Beast remained in first place on the international chart with $119.2 million in 50 markets for totals of $373.3 million internationally and $692.3 million worldwide. The film had two major market openings this past weekend scoring first place in Australia with $10.02 million on 706 screens, including previews. It also topped the chart in France with $7.9 million over the weekend, $8.4 million including previews. Its biggest market overall was the U.K., where it added $15.41 million in 636 theaters over the weekend for a two-week total of $49.82 million. At the end of the weekend, Disney’s share of the worldwide box office was just over $300 million, so unless the movie cost more to advertise than it did to make, it has broken even. Furthermore, even if the film had no more major markets left to open in, it would be on pace to reach $1 billion to $1.1 billion worldwide. With Japan and a few more smaller markets left, it could top $1.2 billion. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Beast Blows Past $300 million with $90.43 million Weekend

March 27th, 2017

Beauty and the Beast

Our predictions for Beauty and the Beast was higher than average, but even we underestimated the film’s weekend box office numbers. It fell just 48% to $90.43 million, which was more than double the second place film, Power Rangers. This one-two punch helped the overall box office earn $202 million, but this was 23% lower than last weekend. It was also 20% lower than the same weekend last year. Granted, this weekend last year was the weekend Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice debuted, so a decline like this was expected. Year-to-date, 2017 has earned $2.75 billion, putting it 6.7% or $170 million ahead of last year’s pace. More...

Contest: Give Up the Ghost

March 23rd, 2017

Ghost in the Shell

There are only two wide releases next weekend, as The Zookeeper’s Wife has been dropped to limited release. Both The Boss Baby and Ghost in the Shell have shots at $100 million in total. I don’t think both of them will get there, but both at least have a shot. If we assume both films have an equal shot at $100 million, Ghost in the Shell would still likely get off to a faster start, as it is an action film vs. a family film. Because of this, it is the best choice for the target film in this week’s box office prediction contest. In order to win, one must simply predict the opening weekend box office number for Ghost in the Shell.

April 1st is next Saturday, so we are starting our April Fools contests this week. Two of our winners will get movies from our prize pool, while one will be chosen at random to be the fool and receive an HD-DVD release.

Whoever comes the closest to predicting the film's opening 3-day weekend box office (Friday to Sunday), without going over, will be a potential winner of two previously reviewed movies, or the winner of the Fool’s Prize. Whoever comes the closest to predicting the film's opening 3-day weekend box office (Friday to Sunday), without going under, will also be a potential winner of two previously reviewed movies, or the winner of the Fool’s Prize. Finally, we will be choosing an entrant from the group of people who haven't won, or haven't won recently, and they will be the final potential winner of two previously reviewed movies, or the winner of the Fool’s Prize.

Entries must be received by 10 a.m., Pacific Time on Friday to be eligible, so don't delay! More...

2017 Preview: March

March 1st, 2017

Beauty and the Beast

February was an okay month. The films that missed expectations were mostly balanced by the films that were pleasant surprises. Unfortunately, last February was amazing as Deadpool dominated the chart, so 2017 has fallen further behind 2016 and 2016’s lead is now about $100 million. It is not so bad that a good March won’t help 2017 back into the lead. Will that happen? We have some good news and some bad news. Good news: Every week there is one movie that has at least a shot at $100 million. Two of them, Logan and Beauty and the Beast, could reach $200 million or a lot more. Bad News: last March, both Zootopia and Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice earned more than $300 million. That’s a really powerful one-two punch and I don’t think we can replicate that this time around. On the other hand, last March, the third best film of the month was 10 Cloverfield Lane, while there were four films that were expected to open wide that earned less than $10 million at the box office. 2017 likely won’t be as good at the top, but I also don’t think it will have as many bombs either. If Beauty and the Beast reaches the very high end of expectations, then 2017 could even close the gap with 2016 entirely. I’ll be happy getting halfway there. More...

The Boss Baby Trailer

February 14th, 2017

Animated adventures with the voices of Alec Baldwin, Steve Buscemi, Jimmy Kimmel, and Lisa Kudrow opens March 31, 2017 ... Full Movie Details. More...

Domestic Cumulative Box Office Records


Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2017/03/31 1 $50,198,902   3,773 $13,305   $50,198,902 3
2017/04/07 1 $26,363,488 -47% 3,829 $6,885   $89,436,806 10
2017/04/14 2 $16,012,349 -39% 3,743 $4,278   $116,793,579 17
2017/04/21 2 $12,712,144 -21% 3,697 $3,439   $136,954,014 24
2017/04/28 4 $9,372,386 -26% 3,739 $2,507   $148,787,970 31
2017/05/05 3 $5,976,818 -36% 3,284 $1,820   $156,537,343 38
2017/05/12 6 $4,496,614 -25% 2,911 $1,545   $162,275,884 45
2017/05/19 8 $2,848,253 -37% 2,071 $1,375   $166,200,803 52
2017/05/26 9 $1,725,751 -39% 1,342 $1,286   $168,982,941 59
2017/06/02 12 $621,139 -64% 684 $908   $170,921,703 66
2017/06/09 13 $512,445 -17% 432 $1,186   $171,823,971 73
2017/06/16 19 $323,442 -37% 260 $1,244   $172,492,985 80
2017/06/23 19 $330,791 +2% 241 $1,373   $173,080,163 87
2017/06/30 22 $220,587 -33% 215 $1,026   $173,531,392 94
2017/07/07 21 $191,128 -13% 195 $980   $173,913,074 101
2017/07/14 23 $140,315 -27% 170 $825   $174,204,787 108
2017/07/21 24 $137,293 -2% 163 $842   $174,456,979 115
2017/07/28 30 $96,578 -30% 149 $648   $174,663,989 122
2017/08/04 38 $62,939 -35% 120 $524   $174,807,184 129
2017/08/11 51 $26,188 -58% 87 $301   $174,880,623 136
2017/08/18 56 $17,569 -33% 109 $161   $174,920,381 143
2017/08/25 65 $11,539 -34% 97 $119   $174,940,107 150
2017/09/01 73 $11,022 -4% 90 $122   $174,963,326 157
2017/09/08 71 $8,155 -26% 31 $263   $174,975,585 164
2017/09/15 91 $1,488 -82% 13 $114   $174,979,567 171

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2017/03/31 1 $15,621,148   3,773 $4,140   $15,621,148 1
2017/04/01 1 $20,115,863 +29% 3,773 $5,332   $35,737,011 2
2017/04/02 1 $14,461,891 -28% 3,773 $3,833   $50,198,902 3
2017/04/03 2 $3,082,581 -79% 3,773 $817   $53,281,483 4
2017/04/04 2 $4,370,015 +42% 3,773 $1,158   $57,651,498 5
2017/04/05 2 $2,719,873 -38% 3,773 $721   $60,371,371 6
2017/04/06 2 $2,701,947 -1% 3,773 $716   $63,073,318 7
2017/04/07 1 $6,928,554 +156% 3,829 $1,809   $70,001,872 8
2017/04/08 1 $11,831,324 +71% 3,829 $3,090   $81,833,196 9
2017/04/09 1 $7,603,610 -36% 3,829 $1,986   $89,436,806 10
2017/04/10 1 $2,180,761 -71% 3,829 $570   $91,617,567 11
2017/04/11 1 $3,387,051 +55% 3,829 $885   $95,004,618 12
2017/04/12 1 $2,704,289 -20% 3,829 $706   $97,708,907 13
2017/04/13 1 $3,072,323 +14% 3,829 $802   $100,781,230 14
2017/04/14 2 $6,537,524 +113% 3,743 $1,747   $107,318,754 15
2017/04/15 2 $5,626,112 -14% 3,743 $1,503   $112,944,866 16
2017/04/16 2 $3,848,713 -32% 3,743 $1,028   $116,793,579 17
2017/04/17 2 $2,827,110 -27% 3,743 $755   $119,620,689 18
2017/04/18 2 $1,894,515 -33% 3,743 $506   $121,515,204 19
2017/04/19 2 $1,380,234 -27% 3,743 $369   $122,895,438 20
2017/04/20 2 $1,346,432 -2% 3,743 $360   $124,241,870 21
2017/04/21 2 $3,223,397 +139% 3,697 $872   $127,465,267 22
2017/04/22 2 $5,920,745 +84% 3,697 $1,601   $133,386,012 23
2017/04/23 2 $3,568,002 -40% 3,697 $965   $136,954,014 24
2017/04/24 3 $551,392 -85% 3,697 $149   $137,505,406 25
2017/04/25 3 $848,161 +54% 3,697 $229   $138,353,567 26
2017/04/26 3 $535,749 -37% 3,697 $145   $138,889,316 27
2017/04/27 3 $526,268 -2% 3,697 $142   $139,415,584 28
2017/04/28 5 $2,019,136 +284% 3,739 $540   $141,434,720 29
2017/04/29 2 $4,371,740 +117% 3,739 $1,169   $145,806,460 30
2017/04/30 3 $2,981,510 -32% 3,739 $797   $148,787,970 31
2017/05/01 6 $418,645 -86% 3,739 $112   $149,206,615 32
2017/05/02 6 $606,793 +45% 3,739 $162   $149,813,408 33
2017/05/03 6 $379,810 -37% 3,739 $102   $150,193,218 34
2017/05/04 5 $367,307 -3% 3,739 $98   $150,560,525 35
2017/05/05 3 $1,351,342 +268% 3,284 $411   $151,911,867 36
2017/05/06 3 $2,842,997 +110% 3,284 $866   $154,754,864 37
2017/05/07 4 $1,782,479 -37% 3,284 $543   $156,537,343 38
2017/05/08 6 $273,527 -85% 3,284 $83   $156,810,870 39
2017/05/09 7 $409,820 +50% 3,284 $125   $157,220,690 40
2017/05/10 6 $282,494 -31% 3,284 $86   $157,503,184 41
2017/05/11 6 $276,086 -2% 3,284 $84   $157,779,270 42
2017/05/12 6 $970,540 +252% 2,911 $333   $158,749,810 43
2017/05/13 5 $2,032,985 +109% 2,911 $698   $160,782,795 44
2017/05/14 7 $1,493,089 -27% 2,911 $513   $162,275,884 45
2017/05/15 7 $247,650 -83% 2,911 $85   $162,523,534 46
2017/05/16 6 $347,476 +40% 2,911 $119   $162,871,010 47
2017/05/17 6 $248,083 -29% 2,911 $85   $163,119,093 48
2017/05/18 6 $233,457 -6% 2,911 $80   $163,352,550 49
2017/05/19 9 $594,774 +155% 2,071 $287   $163,947,324 50
2017/05/20 8 $1,318,042 +122% 2,071 $636   $165,265,366 51
2017/05/21 8 $935,437 -29% 2,071 $452   $166,200,803 52
2017/05/22 7 $345,583 -63% 2,071 $167   $166,546,386 53
2017/05/23 9 $262,044 -24% 2,071 $127   $166,808,430 54
2017/05/24 9 $218,304 -17% 2,071 $105   $167,026,734 55
2017/05/25 10 $230,456 +6% 2,071 $111   $167,257,190 56
2017/05/26 9 $421,611 +83% 1,342 $314   $167,678,801 57
2017/05/27 9 $674,187 +60% 1,342 $502   $168,352,988 58
2017/05/28 9 $629,953 -7% 1,342 $469   $168,982,941 59
2017/05/29 9 $735,188 +17% 1,342 $548   $169,718,129 60
2017/05/30 9 $224,425 -69% 1,342 $167   $169,942,554 61
2017/05/31 9 $192,448 -14% 1,342 $143   $170,135,002 62
2017/06/01 9 $165,562 -14% 1,342 $123   $170,300,564 63
2017/06/02 12 $173,665 +5% 684 $254   $170,474,229 64
2017/06/03 12 $257,751 +48% 684 $377   $170,731,980 65
2017/06/04 13 $189,723 -26% 684 $277   $170,921,703 66
2017/06/05 12 $96,400 -49% 684 $141   $171,018,103 67
2017/06/06 11 $114,311 +19% 684 $167   $171,132,414 68
2017/06/07 11 $95,240 -17% 684 $139   $171,227,654 69
2017/06/08 11 $83,872 -12% 684 $123   $171,311,526 70
2017/06/09 13 $157,039 +87% 432 $364   $171,468,565 71
2017/06/10 13 $221,188 +41% 432 $512   $171,689,753 72
2017/06/11 13 $134,218 -39% 432 $311   $171,823,971 73
2017/06/12 13 $74,218 -45% 432 $172   $171,898,189 74
2017/06/13 13 $103,298 +39% 432 $239   $172,001,487 75
2017/06/14 13 $88,751 -14% 432 $205   $172,090,238 76
2017/06/15 13 $79,305 -11% 432 $184   $172,169,543 77
2017/06/16 - $97,677 +23% 260 $376   $172,267,220 78
2017/06/17 - $125,654 +29% 260 $483   $172,392,874 79
2017/06/18 - $100,111 -20% 260 $385   $172,492,985 80
2017/06/19 - $54,787 -45% 260 $211   $172,547,772 81
2017/06/20 - $72,887 +33% 260 $280   $172,620,659 82
2017/06/21 - $60,316 -17% 260 $232   $172,680,975 83
2017/06/22 - $68,397 +13% 260 $263   $172,749,372 84
2017/06/23 - $111,159 +63% 241 $461   $172,860,531 85
2017/06/24 - $127,920 +15% 241 $531   $172,988,451 86
2017/06/25 - $91,712 -28% 241 $381   $173,080,163 87
2017/06/26 - $48,950 -47% 241 $203   $173,129,113 88
2017/06/27 - $67,248 +37% 241 $279   $173,196,361 89
2017/06/28 - $59,289 -12% 241 $246   $173,255,650 90
2017/06/29 - $55,155 -7% 241 $229   $173,310,805 91
2017/06/30 - $71,860 +30% 215 $334   $173,382,665 92
2017/07/01 - $83,632 +16% 215 $389   $173,466,297 93
2017/07/02 - $65,095 -22% 215 $303   $173,531,392 94
2017/07/03 - $51,513 -21% 215 $240   $173,582,905 95
2017/07/04 - $43,410 -16% 215 $202   $173,626,315 96
2017/07/05 - $41,982 -3% 215 $195   $173,668,297 97
2017/07/06 - $53,649 +28% 215 $250   $173,721,946 98
2017/07/07 - $61,101 +14% 195 $313   $173,783,047 99
2017/07/08 - $77,005 +26% 195 $395   $173,860,052 100
2017/07/09 - $53,022 -31% 195 $272   $173,913,074 101
2017/07/10 - $31,954 -40% 195 $164   $173,945,028 102
2017/07/11 - $40,837 +28% 195 $209   $173,985,865 103
2017/07/12 - $39,778 -3% 195 $204   $174,025,643 104
2017/07/13 - $38,829 -2% 195 $199   $174,064,472 105
2017/07/14 - $45,374 +17% 170 $267   $174,109,846 106
2017/07/15 - $55,921 +23% 170 $329   $174,165,767 107
2017/07/16 - $39,020 -30% 170 $230   $174,204,787 108
2017/07/17 - $24,131 -38% 170 $142   $174,228,918 109
2017/07/18 - $29,806 +24% 170 $175   $174,258,724 110
2017/07/19 - $29,237 -2% 170 $172   $174,287,961 111
2017/07/20 - $31,725 +9% 170 $187   $174,319,686 112
2017/07/21 - $42,899 +35% 163 $263   $174,362,585 113
2017/07/22 - $55,285 +29% 163 $339   $174,417,870 114
2017/07/23 - $39,109 -29% 163 $240   $174,456,979 115
2017/07/24 - $24,639 -37% 163 $151   $174,481,618 116
2017/07/25 - $29,042 +18% 163 $178   $174,510,660 117
2017/07/26 - $28,244 -3% 163 $173   $174,538,904 118
2017/07/27 - $28,507 +1% 163 $175   $174,567,411 119
2017/07/28 - $32,084 +13% 149 $215   $174,599,495 120
2017/07/29 - $38,826 +21% 149 $261   $174,638,321 121
2017/07/30 - $25,668 -34% 149 $172   $174,663,989 122
2017/07/31 - $14,366 -44% 149 $96   $174,678,355 123
2017/08/01 - $23,138 +61% 149 $155   $174,701,493 124
2017/08/02 - $20,098 -13% 149 $135   $174,721,591 125
2017/08/03 - $22,654 +13% 149 $152   $174,744,245 126
2017/08/04 - $19,719 -13% 120 $164   $174,763,964 127
2017/08/05 - $24,545 +24% 120 $205   $174,788,509 128
2017/08/06 - $18,675 -24% 120 $156   $174,807,184 129
2017/08/07 - $11,921 -36% 120 $99   $174,819,105 130
2017/08/08 - $13,171 +10% 120 $110   $174,832,276 131
2017/08/09 - $11,283 -14% 120 $94   $174,843,559 132
2017/08/10 - $10,876 -4% 120 $91   $174,854,435 133
2017/08/11 - $7,516 -31% 87 $86   $174,861,951 134
2017/08/12 - $10,717 +43% 87 $123   $174,872,668 135
2017/08/13 - $7,955 -26% 87 $91   $174,880,623 136
2017/08/14 - $4,787 -40% 87 $55   $174,885,410 137
2017/08/15 - $5,565 +16% 87 $64   $174,890,975 138
2017/08/16 - $5,275 -5% 87 $61   $174,896,250 139
2017/08/17 - $6,562 +24% 87 $75   $174,902,812 140
2017/08/18 - $5,703 -13% 109 $52   $174,908,515 141
2017/08/19 - $6,299 +10% 109 $58   $174,914,814 142
2017/08/20 - $5,567 -12% 109 $51   $174,920,381 143
2017/08/21 - $1,654 -70% 109 $15   $174,922,035 144
2017/08/22 - $2,436 +47% 109 $22   $174,924,471 145
2017/08/23 - $2,107 -14% 109 $19   $174,926,578 146
2017/08/24 - $1,990 -6% 109 $18   $174,928,568 147
2017/08/25 - $5,113 +157% 97 $53   $174,933,681 148
2017/08/26 - $3,442 -33% 97 $35   $174,937,123 149
2017/08/27 - $2,984 -13% 97 $31   $174,940,107 150
2017/08/28 - $3,824 +28% 97 $39   $174,943,931 151
2017/08/29 - $5,909 +55% 97 $61   $174,949,840 152
2017/08/30 - $1,196 -80% 97 $12   $174,951,036 153
2017/08/31 - $1,268 +6% 97 $13   $174,952,304 154
2017/09/01 - $4,401 +247% 90 $49   $174,956,705 155
2017/09/02 - $3,139 -29% 90 $35   $174,959,844 156
2017/09/03 - $3,482 +11% 90 $39   $174,963,326 157
2017/09/04 - $3,322 -5% 90 $37   $174,966,648 158
2017/09/05 - $339 -90% 90 $4   $174,966,987 159
2017/09/06 - $215 -37% 90 $2   $174,967,202 160
2017/09/07 - $228 +6% 90 $3   $174,967,430 161

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2017/03/31 1 $63,073,318   3,773 $16,717   $63,073,318 7
2017/04/07 1 $37,707,912 -40% 3,829 $9,848   $100,781,230 14
2017/04/14 2 $23,460,640 -38% 3,743 $6,268   $124,241,870 21
2017/04/21 2 $15,173,714 -35% 3,697 $4,104   $139,415,584 28
2017/04/28 5 $11,144,941 -27% 3,739 $2,981   $150,560,525 35
2017/05/05 3 $7,218,745 -35% 3,284 $2,198   $157,779,270 42
2017/05/12 6 $5,573,280 -23% 2,911 $1,915   $163,352,550 49
2017/05/19 9 $3,904,640 -30% 2,071 $1,885   $167,257,190 56
2017/05/26 9 $3,043,374 -22% 1,342 $2,268   $170,300,564 63
2017/06/02 12 $1,010,962 -67% 684 $1,478   $171,311,526 70
2017/06/09 13 $858,017 -15% 432 $1,986   $172,169,543 77
2017/06/16 19 $579,829 -32% 260 $2,230   $172,749,372 84
2017/06/23 17 $561,433 -3% 241 $2,330   $173,310,805 91
2017/06/30 21 $411,141 -27% 215 $1,912   $173,721,946 98
2017/07/07 20 $342,526 -17% 195 $1,757   $174,064,472 105
2017/07/14 22 $255,214 -25% 170 $1,501   $174,319,686 112
2017/07/21 22 $247,725 -3% 163 $1,520   $174,567,411 119
2017/07/28 29 $176,834 -29% 149 $1,187   $174,744,245 126
2017/08/04 35 $110,190 -38% 120 $918   $174,854,435 133
2017/08/11 50 $48,377 -56% 87 $556   $174,902,812 140
2017/08/18 57 $25,756 -47% 109 $236   $174,928,568 147
2017/08/25 59 $23,736 -8% 97 $245   $174,952,304 154
2017/09/01 71 $15,126 -36% 90 $168   $174,967,430 161
2017/09/08 72 $10,649 -30% 31 $344   $174,978,079 168

Box Office Summary Per Territory

Territory Release
Date
Opening
Weekend
Opening
Weekend
Theaters
Maximum
Theaters
Theatrical
Engagements
Total
Box Office
Report
Date
Argentina 4/14/2017 $1,900,000 0 0 0 $7,500,000 6/5/2017
Australia 3/17/2017 $1,956,489 273 302 2744 $15,921,058 6/15/2017
Brazil 3/31/2017 $0 0 0 0 $11,300,000 4/24/2017
Bulgaria 4/14/2017 $156,587 0 0 0 $712,742 8/29/2017
Chile 3/24/2017 $450,000 0 0 0 $450,000 3/27/2017
Czech Republic 4/14/2017 $80,579 29 143 894 $1,532,077 8/15/2017
France 3/29/2017 $0 0 0 0 $24,000,000 6/5/2017
Germany 3/31/2017 $0 0 0 0 $14,300,000 6/1/2017
Hong Kong 4/14/2017 $2,800,000 0 0 0 $2,800,000 4/17/2017
Italy 4/20/2017 $1,675,361 0 0 0 $8,302,959 8/17/2017
Lithuania 4/17/2017 $10,669 7 203 1154 $514,674 7/27/2017
Mexico 3/31/2017 $6,010,941 0 0 0 $23,247,708 5/18/2017
Netherlands 4/19/2017 $573,911 134 199 1880 $7,179,960 8/21/2017
New Zealand 4/14/2017 $361,062 98 98 698 $2,181,848 6/26/2017
Peru 3/24/2017 $883,000 0 0 0 $883,000 3/27/2017
Poland 4/21/2017 $0 0 0 0 $2,400,000 5/2/2017
Portugal 4/14/2017 $443,485 97 101 715 $2,066,991 8/24/2017
Russia (CIS) 3/24/2017 $11,349,687 1282 1282 5603 $26,466,712 6/7/2017
Slovakia 4/14/2017 $31,899 20 72 528 $1,090,943 9/7/2017
South Korea 4/19/2017 $0 0 1116 3474 $16,763,687 9/20/2017
Spain 4/14/2017 $2,574,224 520 646 4833 $15,172,870 7/21/2017
Turkey 3/31/2017 $463,879 269 269 998 $2,065,574 8/30/2017
Ukraine 3/24/2017 $519,000 0 0 0 $519,000 3/27/2017
United Kingdom 4/7/2017 $9,950,268 598 606 7297 $37,293,573 7/26/2017
 
Rest of World $92,917,846
 
International Total$317,583,222 9/20/2017

International Cumulative Box Office Records


Worldwide Cumulative Box Office Records


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