Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2

Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2 poster
Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $119,793,567Details
International Box Office $154,599,082
Worldwide Box Office $274,392,649
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $19,113,317 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $16,262,288 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $35,375,605
Further financial details...

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  3. Box Office
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  6. Cast & Crew
  7. Trailer

Synopsis

Inventor Flint Lockwood’s genius is finally being recognized as he’s invited by his idol Chester V to join The Live Corp Company, where the best and brightest inventors in the world create technologies for the betterment of mankind. Chester’s right-hand-gal—and one of his greatest inventions—is Barb (a highly evolved orangutan with a human brain, who is also devious, manipulative and likes to wear lipstick). It’s always been Flint’s dream to be recognized as a great inventor, but everything changes when he discovers that his most infamous machine (which turns water into food) is still operating and is now creating food-animal hybrids—“foodimals!” With the fate of humanity in his hands, Chester sends Flint and his friends on a dangerously delicious mission, battling hungry tacodiles, shrimpanzees, apple pie-thons, double bacon cheespiders and other food creatures to save the world again!

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics FreshAudience Upright
Critics
70% - Fresh
Audience
67% - Upright

Movie Details

Production Budget:$78,000,000
Domestic Releases: September 27th, 2013 (Wide) by Sony Pictures
Video Release: January 28th, 2014 by Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: PG for mild rude humor.
(Rating bulletin 2287, 8/28/2013)
Franchise: Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs
Keywords: Food, Inventor, Animal Lead, Talking Animals, Corporate Malfeasance, Surprise Twist, 3-D
Source:Based on Fiction Book/Short Story
Genre:Adventure
Production Method:Digital Animation
Creative Type:Kids Fiction
Production Companies: Sony Pictures Animation, Columbia Pictures

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Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2013/09/27 1 $9,245,997   4,001 $2,311   $9,245,997 1
2013/09/28 1 $15,078,511 +63% 4,001 $3,769   $24,324,508 2
2013/09/29 1 $9,693,422 -36% 4,001 $2,423   $34,017,930 3
2013/09/30 1 $1,346,798 -86% 4,001 $337   $35,364,728 4
2013/10/01 1 $1,532,085 +14% 4,001 $383   $36,896,813 5
2013/10/02 1 $1,078,722 -30% 4,001 $270   $37,975,535 6
2013/10/03 1 $1,081,191 n/c 4,001 $270   $39,056,726 7
2013/10/04 2 $4,693,453 +334% 4,001 $1,173   $43,750,179 8
2013/10/05 2 $9,966,046 +112% 4,001 $2,491   $53,716,225 9
2013/10/06 2 $6,290,693 -37% 4,001 $1,572   $60,006,918 10
2013/10/07 2 $980,996 -84% 4,001 $245   $60,987,914 11
2013/10/08 2 $1,052,164 +7% 4,001 $263   $62,040,078 12
2013/10/09 2 $814,646 -23% 4,001 $204   $62,854,724 13
2013/10/10 2 $981,953 +21% 4,001 $245   $63,836,677 14
2013/10/11 3 $3,553,759 +262% 3,874 $917   $67,390,436 15
2013/10/12 3 $6,050,035 +70% 3,874 $1,562   $73,440,471 16
2013/10/13 3 $4,170,948 -31% 3,874 $1,077   $77,611,419 17
2013/10/14 3 $3,065,231 -27% 3,874 $791   $80,676,650 18
2013/10/15 3 $858,284 -72% 3,874 $222   $81,534,934 19
2013/10/16 3 $665,076 -23% 3,874 $172   $82,200,010 20
2013/10/17 3 $836,758 +26% 3,874 $216   $83,036,768 21
2013/10/18 5 $2,541,006 +204% 3,602 $705   $85,577,774 22
2013/10/19 4 $4,553,814 +79% 3,602 $1,264   $90,131,588 23
2013/10/20 4 $2,577,971 -43% 3,602 $716   $92,709,559 24
2013/10/21 5 $464,922 -82% 3,602 $129   $93,174,481 25
2013/10/22 5 $469,088 +1% 3,602 $130   $93,643,569 26
2013/10/23 5 $377,857 -19% 3,602 $105   $94,021,426 27
2013/10/24 5 $489,828 +30% 3,602 $136   $94,511,254 28
2013/10/25 6 $1,640,373 +235% 3,111 $527   $96,151,627 29
2013/10/26 5 $2,870,932 +75% 3,111 $923   $99,022,559 30
2013/10/27 5 $1,764,020 -39% 3,111 $567   $100,786,579 31
2013/10/28 7 $316,287 -82% 3,111 $102   $101,102,866 32
2013/10/29 7 $298,126 -6% 3,111 $96   $101,400,992 33
2013/10/30 7 $234,288 -21% 3,111 $75   $101,635,280 34
2013/10/31 7 $359,897 +54% 3,111 $116   $101,995,177 35
2013/11/01 10 $915,075 +154% 2,430 $377   $102,910,252 36
2013/11/02 8 $2,028,896 +122% 2,430 $835   $104,939,148 37
2013/11/03 8 $1,207,012 -41% 2,430 $497   $106,146,160 38
2013/11/04 10 $205,277 -83% 2,430 $84   $106,351,437 39
2013/11/05 8 $416,917 +103% 2,430 $172   $106,768,354 40
2013/11/06 11 $165,839 -60% 2,430 $68   $106,934,193 41
2013/11/07 9 $241,987 +46% 2,430 $100   $107,176,180 42
2013/11/08 10 $586,212 +142% 1,836 $319   $107,762,392 43
2013/11/09 10 $1,282,742 +119% 1,836 $699   $109,045,134 44
2013/11/10 10 $907,960 -29% 1,836 $495   $109,953,094 45
2013/11/11 9 $804,640 -11% 1,836 $438   $110,757,734 46
2013/11/12 10 $117,339 -85% 1,836 $64   $110,875,073 47
2013/11/13 10 $91,084 -22% 1,836 $50   $110,966,157 48
2013/11/14 10 $100,341 +10% 1,836 $55   $111,066,498 49
2013/11/15 - $381,861 +281% 1,645 $232   $111,448,359 50
2013/11/16 - $979,832 +157% 1,645 $596   $112,428,191 51
2013/11/17 - $613,866 -37% 1,645 $373   $113,042,057 52
2013/11/18 12 $83,361 -86% 1,645 $51   $113,125,418 53
2013/11/19 12 $87,998 +6% 1,645 $53   $113,213,416 54
2013/11/20 12 $80,139 -9% 1,645 $49   $113,293,555 55
2013/11/21 12 $71,870 -10% 1,645 $44   $113,365,425 56
2013/11/22 15 $142,988 +99% 1,121 $128   $113,508,413 57
2013/11/23 14 $421,678 +195% 1,121 $376   $113,930,091 58
2013/11/24 14 $298,227 -29% 1,121 $266   $114,228,318 59
2013/11/25 13 $132,814 -55% 1,121 $118   $114,361,132 60
2013/11/26 14 $155,544 +17% 1,121 $139   $114,516,676 61
2013/11/27 - $87,460 -44% 707 $124   $114,604,136 62
2013/11/28 - $42,732 -51% 707 $60   $114,646,868 63
2013/11/29 - $153,081 +258% 707 $217   $114,799,949 64
2013/11/30 - $146,047 -5% 707 $207   $114,945,996 65
2013/12/01 - $87,813 -40% 707 $124   $115,033,809 66
2013/12/02 - $23,670 -73% 707 $33   $115,057,479 67
2013/12/03 - $17,849 -25% 707 $25   $115,075,328 68
2013/12/04 - $14,855 -17% 707 $21   $115,090,183 69
2013/12/05 - $15,982 +8% 707 $23   $115,106,165 70
2013/12/06 - $34,045 +113% 312 $109   $115,140,210 71
2013/12/07 - $78,622 +131% 312 $252   $115,218,832 72
2013/12/08 - $50,463 -36% 312 $162   $115,269,295 73
2013/12/09 - $10,138 -80% 312 $32   $115,279,433 74
2013/12/10 - $12,505 +23% 312 $40   $115,291,938 75
2013/12/11 - $9,269 -26% 312 $30   $115,301,207 76
2013/12/12 - $9,269 n/c 312 $30   $115,310,476 77
2013/12/13 - $24,084 +160% 175 $138   $115,334,560 78
2013/12/14 - $47,409 +97% 175 $271   $115,381,969 79
2013/12/15 - $30,529 -36% 175 $174   $115,412,368 80
2013/12/16 - $6,511 -79% 175 $37   $115,418,879 81
2013/12/17 - $7,609 +17% 175 $43   $115,426,488 82
2013/12/18 - $7,711 +1% 175 $44   $115,434,199 83
2013/12/19 - $9,578 +24% 175 $55   $115,443,777 84
2013/12/20 - $71,690 +648% 313 $229   $115,515,467 85
2013/12/21 - $126,073 +76% 313 $403   $115,641,540 86
2013/12/22 - $98,656 -22% 313 $315   $115,740,196 87
2013/12/30 - $135,905   303 $449   $116,737,752 95
2013/12/31 - $119,702 -12% 303 $395   $116,857,454 96
2014/01/01 - $185,635 +55% 303 $613   $117,043,089 97
2014/01/02 - $130,620 -30% 303 $431   $117,173,709 98
2014/01/03 - $159,585 +22% 278 $574   $117,333,294 99
2014/01/04 - $180,273 +13% 278 $648   $117,513,567 100
2014/01/05 - $100,670 -44% 278 $362   $117,614,237 101
2014/01/06 - $37,795 -62% 278 $136   $117,652,032 102
2014/01/07 - $37,226 -2% 278 $134   $117,689,258 103
2014/01/08 - $24,802 -33% 278 $89   $117,714,060 104
2014/01/09 - $24,697 n/c 278 $89   $117,738,757 105
2014/01/10 - $68,848 +179% 264 $261   $117,807,605 106
2014/01/11 - $166,370 +142% 264 $630   $117,973,975 107
2014/01/12 - $94,937 -43% 264 $360   $118,068,912 108
2014/01/13 - $15,709 -83% 264 $60   $118,084,621 109
2014/01/14 - $17,404 +11% 264 $66   $118,102,025 110
2014/01/15 - $15,911 -9% 264 $60   $118,117,936 111
2014/01/16 - $16,606 +4% 264 $63   $118,134,542 112
2014/01/17 - $61,889 +273% 256 $242   $118,196,431 113
2014/01/18 - $138,894 +124% 256 $543   $118,335,325 114
2014/01/19 - $91,861 -34% 256 $359   $118,427,186 115
2014/01/20 - $125,370 +36% 256 $490   $118,552,556 116
2014/01/21 - $18,692 -85% 256 $73   $118,571,248 117
2014/01/22 - $15,094 -19% 256 $59   $118,586,342 118
2014/01/23 - $15,888 +5% 256 $62   $118,602,230 119
2014/01/24 - $56,632 +256% 242 $234   $118,658,862 120
2014/01/25 - $131,590 +132% 242 $544   $118,790,452 121
2014/01/26 - $80,053 -39% 242 $331   $118,870,505 122
2014/01/27 - $16,396 -80% 242 $68   $118,886,901 123
2014/01/28 - $19,967 +22% 242 $83   $118,906,868 124
2014/01/29 - $14,938 -25% 242 $62   $118,921,806 125
2014/01/30 - $14,529 -3% 242 $60   $118,936,335 126
2014/01/31 - $45,118 +211% 220 $205   $118,981,453 127
2014/02/01 - $97,134 +115% 220 $442   $119,078,587 128
2014/02/02 - $34,337 -65% 220 $156   $119,112,924 129
2014/02/03 - $9,855 -71% 220 $45   $119,122,779 130
2014/02/04 - $8,816 -11% 220 $40   $119,131,595 131
2014/02/05 - $9,978 +13% 220 $45   $119,141,573 132
2014/02/06 - $10,354 +4% 220 $47   $119,151,927 133
2014/02/07 - $25,831 +149% 197 $131   $119,177,758 134
2014/02/08 - $62,015 +140% 197 $315   $119,239,773 135
2014/02/09 - $36,089 -42% 197 $183   $119,275,862 136
2014/02/10 - $9,412 -74% 197 $48   $119,285,274 137
2014/02/11 - $6,463 -31% 197 $33   $119,291,737 138
2014/02/12 - $5,018 -22% 197 $25   $119,296,755 139
2014/02/13 - $6,298 +26% 197 $32   $119,303,053 140
2014/02/14 - $25,374 +303% 181 $140   $119,328,427 141
2014/02/15 - $43,403 +71% 181 $240   $119,371,830 142
2014/02/16 - $33,341 -23% 181 $184   $119,405,171 143
2014/02/17 - $29,893 -10% 181 $165   $119,435,064 144
2014/02/18 - $9,592 -68% 181 $53   $119,444,656 145
2014/02/19 - $7,651 -20% 181 $42   $119,452,307 146
2014/02/20 - $8,981 +17% 181 $50   $119,461,288 147
2014/02/21 - $18,233 +103% 181 $101   $119,479,521 148
2014/02/22 - $40,076 +120% 181 $221   $119,519,597 149
2014/02/23 - $27,373 -32% 181 $151   $119,546,970 150
2014/02/28 - $13,025   163 $80   $119,559,995 155
2014/03/01 - $38,477 +195% 163 $236   $119,598,472 156
2014/03/02 - $22,977 -40% 163 $141   $119,640,264 157

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2013/09/27 1 $34,017,930   4,001 $8,502   $34,017,930 3
2013/10/04 2 $20,950,192 -38% 4,001 $5,236   $60,006,918 10
2013/10/11 3 $13,774,742 -34% 3,874 $3,556   $77,611,419 17
2013/10/18 5 $9,672,791 -30% 3,602 $2,685   $92,709,559 24
2013/10/25 5 $6,275,325 -35% 3,111 $2,017   $100,786,579 31
2013/11/01 8 $4,150,983 -34% 2,430 $1,708   $106,146,160 38
2013/11/08 10 $2,776,914 -33% 1,836 $1,512   $109,953,094 45
2013/11/15 11 $1,975,559 -29% 1,645 $1,201   $113,042,057 52
2013/11/22 14 $862,893 -56% 1,121 $770   $114,228,318 59
2013/11/29 21 $386,941 -55% 707 $547   $115,033,809 66
2013/12/06 26 $163,130 -58% 707 $231   $115,269,295 73
2013/12/13 26 $102,022 -37% 175 $583   $115,412,368 80
2013/12/20 21 $296,419 +191% 313 $947   $115,740,196 87
2013/12/27 21 $509,534 +72% 303 $1,682   $116,601,847 94
2014/01/03 23 $440,528 -14% 278 $1,585   $117,614,237 101
2014/01/10 23 $330,155 -25% 264 $1,251   $118,068,912 108
2014/01/17 27 $292,644 -11% 256 $1,143   $118,427,186 115
2014/01/24 26 $268,275 -8% 242 $1,109   $118,870,505 122
2014/01/31 29 $176,589 -34% 220 $803   $119,112,924 129
2014/02/07 33 $123,935 -30% 197 $629   $119,275,862 136
2014/02/14 36 $102,118 -18% 181 $564   $119,405,171 143
2014/02/21 39 $85,682 -16% 181 $473   $119,546,970 150
2014/02/28 43 $74,479 -13% 163 $457   $119,640,264 157
2014/03/14 53 $37,761   74 $510   $119,793,567 171

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
2/2/20141344,972 344,972$5,895,571$5,895,5711
2/9/20145146,437-58% 491,409$2,630,009$8,525,5802
2/16/20144159,791+9% 651,200$2,869,846$11,395,4263
2/23/2014576,971-52% 728,171$1,382,399$12,777,8264
3/2/2014843,867-43% 772,038$787,851$13,865,8025
3/9/20141332,185-27% 804,223$579,330$14,445,1326
3/16/20141535,684+11% 839,907$640,528$15,085,6607
3/23/20142015,125-58% 855,032$273,006$15,358,6678
3/30/20142515,709+4% 870,741$283,076$15,641,7439
4/6/20142912,906-18% 883,647$232,179$15,873,92210
4/20/20141661,867 954,891$817,882$16,860,02712
5/4/20142612,668 977,375$226,757$17,261,31214

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
2/2/20141395,373 395,373$9,077,764$9,077,7641
2/9/2014376,191-81% 471,564$1,749,341$10,827,1052
2/16/2014478,951+4% 550,515$1,812,717$12,639,8223
2/23/2014435,726-55% 586,241$820,279$13,460,1014
3/2/2014924,437-32% 610,678$558,865$14,018,9665
3/9/20141317,796-27% 628,474$406,648$14,425,6146
3/16/20141520,737+17% 649,211$475,925$14,901,5397
4/13/20141619,248 681,264$369,748$15,517,26611
4/20/20141919,322n/c700,586$406,151$15,923,41712

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Cast

Bill Hader    Flint
Anna Faris    Sam
James Caan    Tim
Will Forte    Chester V
Andy Samberg    Brent
Benjamin Bratt    Manny
Neil Patrick Harris    Steve the Monkey
Terry Crews    Earl
Kristen Schaal    Barb

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Cody Cameron
Director    Kris Pearn
Screenwriter    Erica Rivnoja
Screenwriter    John Francis Daley
Screenwriter    Jonathan Goldstein
Story Creator    Phil Lord
Story Creator    Christopher Miller
Story Creator    Erica Rivnoja
Story Creator    Judi Barrett
Producer    Pam Marsden
Producer    Kirk Bodyfelt
Executive Producer    Phil Lord
Executive Producer    Christopher Miller
Production Designer    Justin K. Thompson
Editor    Robert Fisher, Jr.
Composer    Mark Mothersbaugh
Music Supervisor    Kier Lehman
Art Director    Dave Bleich
Sound Designer    John Pospisil
Supervising Sound Editor    Geoffrey G. Rubay
Re-recording Mixer    Tom Johnson
Re-recording Mixer    Michael Semanick
Head of Story    Brandon Jeffords
Visual Effects Supervisor    Peter G. Travers
Animation Supervisor    Theodor Harris Vandernoot
Character Designer    Craig Kellman
Head of Layout    James Williams
Animation Supervisor    Peter Nash
Supervising Animator    Joshua Beveridge
Supervising Animator    Mathew Cowie
Supervising Animator    Alan Hawkins
Supervising Animator    Tim Pixton
Stereoscopic Supervisor    Von Willimas
Casting    Mary Hidalgo

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