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Crimson Peak (2015)

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Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $31,090,320Details
International Box Office $43,366,613Details
Worldwide Box Office $74,456,933
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $2,774,609 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $1,747,691 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $4,522,300
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  6. Full Financials
  7. Cast & Crew
  8. Trailer

Synopsis

When her heart is stolen by a seductive stranger, a young woman is swept away to a house atop a mountain of blood-red clay: a place filled with secrets that will haunt her forever. Between desire and darkness, between mystery and madness, lies the truth behind Crimson Peak.

Metrics

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Movie Details

Production Budget:$55,000,000
Domestic Releases: October 16th, 2015 (Wide) by Universal
October 16th, 2015 (IMAX) by Universal
International Releases: October 14th, 2015 (Wide) (Egypt)
October 14th, 2015 (Wide) (France)
October 14th, 2015 (Wide) (Philippines)
October 14th, 2015 (Wide) (Switzerland)
October 15th, 2015 (Wide) (Argentina)
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Video Release: January 26th, 2016 by Universal Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: R for bloody violence, some sexual content and brief strong language.
(Rating bulletin 2359, 2/4/2015)
Running Time: 118 minutes
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Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Horror
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Fantasy
Production Companies: Legendary Pictures, DDY
Production Countries: United States

Ranking on other Records and Milestones

RecordRankRevenueChart
Date
Days In
Release
Biggest 6th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 3,965 $79,040 Nov 20, 2015 38
Biggest 5th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 2,883 $490,935 Nov 13, 2015 31
Biggest 4th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 2,795 $1,165,470 Nov 6, 2015 24
Biggest 3rd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 2,240 $3,072,100 Oct 30, 2015 17
Biggest 2nd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,941 $5,666,525 Oct 23, 2015 10
Biggest October Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 160 $13,143,310 Oct 16, 2015 3
Biggest Opening Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,381 $13,143,310 Oct 16, 2015 3
Widest Opening Weekend 891 2,984 Oct 16, 2015 3
Biggest Friday at the Domestic Box Office 1,719 $5,252,010 Oct 16, 2015 1
Biggest October Day at the Domestic Box Office 349 $5,252,010 Oct 16, 2015 1

Cast

   Edith Cushing
   Lucille Sharpe
   Sir Thomas Sharpe
   Dr. Alan McMichael
Jim Beaver    Carter Cushing
Burn Gorman    Holly
Leslie Hope    Mrs. McMichael
Doug Jones    Edith's Mother, Lady Sharpe
Jonathan Hyde    Ogilvie
Bruce Gray    Ferguson
Emily Coutts    Eunice
Alec Stockwell    Finlay
Brigitte Robinson    Secretary Jane
Gillian Ferrier    Society Girl
Tamara Hope    Society Girl
Kimberly-Sue Murray    Society Girl
Sofia Wells    Young Edith
Joanna Douglas    Maid Annie
Bill Lake    Coroner
Jim Watson    Shipping Agent
Javier Botet    Enola, Margaret, Pamela
Peter Spence    Manager
Danny Waugh    Club Attendant
Sean Hewitt    Reverend
William Healey    Young Alan
Matia Jackett    Young Eunice
Karen Glave    Maid
Khadijah Roberts Abdullah    Maid
John Carter Craig    Patient
Martin Julien    Postal Clerk
Brian Kaulback    Vendor
Richard Kerr    Vendor
Shane McPherson    Vendor
Tim Blake    Reverend
Thomas Dorey    Architect
Erik Bauersfeld    Additional Voice
Joan Washington    Additional Voice
Beatrice Basso    Additional Voice
Mitzi McCall    Additional Voice
Susanne Blakeslee    Additional Voice
Andrew Davis    Additional Voice
T.J. McGibbon    Additional Voice
Anneliese Goldman    Additional Voice
Jenna Weir    Additional Voice

Production and Technical Credits

Director   
Screenwriter    Guillermo Del Toro
Screenwriter    Matthew Robbins
Producer    Thomas Tull
Producer    Jon Jashni
Producer    Guillermo Del Toro
Producer    Callum Greene
Executive Producer    Jillian Share
Director of Photography    Dan Laustsen
Production Designer    Tom Sanders
Editor    Bernat Vilaplana
Costume Designer    Kate Hawley
Composer    Fernando Velazquez
Sound Designer    Randy Thom
Visual Effects Supervisor    Dennis Berardi
Casting Director    Robin D. Cook
Unit Production Manager    D.J. Carson
Unit Production Manager    Callum Greene
First Assistant Director    J.J. Authors
Second Assistant Director    Penny Charter
Additional Music    Tim Davies
Assistant Sound Designer-Additional Sound Design    Joe Dzuban
Supervising Art Director    Brandt Gordon
Set Decorator    Shane Vieau
Set Decorator    Jeffrey A. Melvin
Script Supervisor    Dug Rotstein
Sound Mixer    Glen Gauthier
Costume Supervisor    Cori Burchell
Make up    Jordan Samuel
Hairstylist    Cliona Furey
Set Designer    William Cheng
Set Designer    David G. Fremlin
Set Designer    Michael Madden
Set Designer    Aleks Middleton
Set Designer    Russell Douglas Moore
Set Designer    Sorin Popescu
Set Designer    Andra Totirescu
Set Designer    Evan Webber
Post-Production Supervisor    Douglas Wilkinson
Assistant Editor    Mary Juric
Music Supervisor    Peter Afterman
Music Supervisor    Margaret Yen
Re-recording Mixer    Lora Hirschberg
Re-recording Mixer    Michael Semanick
Re-recording Mixer    Joe Dzuban
Supervising Sound Editor    Dennis Leonard
Supervising Sound Editor    Randy Thom
Sound Effects Editor    Robert Shoup
Sound Effects Editor    Scott Guitteau
Sound Effects Editor    Leff Lefferts
Sound Effects Editor    Mac Smith
Music Editor    David Slusser
Music Editor    Andre Zweers
Sound Editor    Robert Bertola
Sound Effects Editor    Albert Ribas Suarez
Sound Effects Editor    Marc Bech
Music Editor    Katrina Schiller
Visual Effects Producer    Jo Hughes
Digital Effects Supervisor    Chris Maclean
Supervising Visual Effects Producer    Sarah McMurdo
Character CG Supervisor    Kyle Yoneda
Stunt Coordinator    Branko Racki

Home Market Releases for February 9th, 2016

February 8th, 2016

Grandma

It's a strange week on the home market, as we have a monster release coming out, Spectre. There are also four or so releases that are contenders for Pick of the Week. But after that, there's a huge drop in quality and we quickly reach releases that are not even worthy of being fillers. Of the contenders, Grandma is the Pick of the Week and it is certainly worth picking up on Blu-ray. More...

International Box Office: Martian Completes Another Orbit

October 28th, 2015

The Martian

The Martian returned to first place with $30.0 million in 73 markets for totals of $218.8 million internationally and $385.0 million worldwide. The film's only major market opening was in France where it earned second place with $6.81 million on 560 screens. It also remained in first place in South Korea with $3.99 million on 731 screens over the weekend for a three-week total of $28.43 million. I don't know if it has broken even yet, but it is very close to getting there. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: New Releases were Hunted Down

October 26th, 2015

The Last Witch Hunter

Most of the new releases were not expected to do well at the box office. ... Almost no one saw this coming. We had some near-record bombs this weekend and even the best of the new releases were terrible. This left The Martian in first place; in fact, the top three spots and four of the top five were held by holdovers. The best new release, The Last Witch Hunter, barely cracked the $10 million mark. The overall box office fell 14% from last weekend to $105 million. This was also 9.5% lower than the same weekend last year. Midweek numbers were better this year than last year, so the year-over-year actually improved and 2015 now has a 5.2% lead over 2014 at $8.60 billion to $8.18 billion. More...

Friday Estimates: Rock Bottom

October 24th, 2015

Rock the Kasbah

Where to start? There are so many new releases to talk about and none of them did well. Some did so poorly that talking about them seems mean. So, let’s start by saying that Friday’s box office chart was led by The Martian, while Goosebumps has a shot at repeating on top of the chart, with each film earning about $14 million to $15 million. Meanwhile, Bridge of Spies should earn third place over the weekend with between $11 million and $12 million. More...

Midnight Box Office: Not a lot of (Paranormal) Activity at Midnight Showings

October 23rd, 2015

Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension

There were four films that had midnight shows last night, but none of them did particularly well. In fact, had their combined total been earned by one movie, it still wouldn't be much to celebrate about. Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension led the way with $600,000 in 1,000 theaters. This is substantially lower than the $800,000 Crimson Peak earned just last week, and that film wasn't a big hit at the box office during its opening weekend. Additionally, Crimson Peak's reviews are a lot better The Ghost Dimension's reviews are. Add in the sequel effect and we could be in for a really bad opening weekend. More...

International Box Office: Ant-Man is Big Man in China

October 22nd, 2015

Ant-Man

Ant-Man made a triumphant return to the international chart with a first place, $43.5 million run in 3 markets for totals of $275.9 million internationally and $454.7 million worldwide. Nearly all of this weekend haul came from China, where the film opened in first place with $42.77 million. (Some are reporting it came in second place to Goodbye Mr. Loser, but they are comparing the film's weekly total to Ant-Man's opening weekend.) Depending on how much money the film cost to advertise worldwide, it might have broken even already. If not, it will get there very early in its home market run. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Goosebumps Leads Unstimulating Weekend

October 20th, 2015

Bridge of Spies

It is hard to get excited about the weekend box office results, as the top four films all missed predictions. (Granted, Bridge of Spies came within a rounding error of expectations.) Goosebumps did well for a live-action family film, but still not great. The Martian fell faster than anticipated, but it was Crimson Peak that was the biggest disappointment. Overall, the box office rose 2.5% from last weekend to $121 million. However, this was 7.6% lower than the same weekend last year. Had every film in the top five matched expectations, then this gap would have been reduced to just a percent or two. Despite this, 2015 is still ahead of 2014 by more than $400 million at $8.46 billion to $8.05 billion. It would take a few more weeks of year-over-year declines before I would be concerned. More...

Weekend Estimates: Goosebumps Set to Win Tight Race

October 18th, 2015

Goosebumps

A slightly-softer-than-expected (but still good) opening for Goosebumps will be enough to take the film to the top of the box office chart this weekend, according to studio projections released on Sunday morning. Sony expects the family horror adventure to come in with $23.5 million on opening weekend, which is a solid enough start, and sets the film up for a good run, helped by strong reviews and Halloween coming up in a couple of weeks. The Martian will land in second with a projected $21.5 million as of this morning, a slightly steeper-than-expected 42% decline from last weekend, and a total to date around $144 million. In general, we’re looking at quite a few steep drops from last weekend thanks to an unfavorable comparison with the Columbus Day long weekend and a batch of new releases. More...

Friday Estimates: Close Race for First makes for Interesting Weekend

October 17th, 2015

Bridge of Spies

It looks like it will be a very interesting weekend, as Goosebumps and The Martian appear to be in a close race for first place. Goosebumps led the way on Friday with $7.35 million. This is 40% more than Pan’s opening day last weekend. Add in the film’s better reviews and its family-friendly target audience and it should have a solid internal multiplier, perhaps in the vacinity of Alexander and the Blah, Blah, Blah. That puts Goosebumps on track for a $25 million opening. That’s a little lower than I would have liked and the film will need solid legs and a reasonable international run to break even. I wouldn’t bet against it breaking even, but I don't think it will be turned into a franchise. More...

Midnight Box Office: Crimson Peak Scares Goosebumps

October 16th, 2015

Crimson Peak

Two scary films started their box office runs last night with Crimson Peak earning $855,000, putting it ahead of Goosebumps, which pulled in $600,000. By comparison, Sinister 2 earned $800,000 during its midnight showings on its way to a $10.54 million opening weekend. Sinister 2 had ... issues with its reviews, unlike Crimson Peak, which is earning 68% positive reviews. Perhaps Ouija, which opened this time last year, would be a better comparison. It earned $911,000 during its midnight shows on its way to a $19.88 million opening weekend. It too struggled with critics, but I think the release date makes it a better comparison. Crimson Peak could reach $20 million over the weekend. More...

Weekend Predictions: Will Goosebumps Bump Off the Competition?

October 15th, 2015

Goosebumps

We are getting closer to Halloween and there are two scary movies opening wide this weekend. Goosebumps is a live-action family film and as we saw with Pan, those are rarely big hits. On the other hand, this film is earning great reviews and cost about 60% less to make, so even if it just matches Pan's opening, it will still have a shot at profitability. Crimson Peak is an old-fashioned Haunted House horror film, similar to The Woman in Black, but with a $55 million production budget. That might be too much to recoup. Finally there's Bridge of Spies, a Cold War era Spy Thriller. Its reviews are the best for this week, but its target audience isn't known for rushing out to see a movie opening weekend. This weekend last year, there were five films with more than $10 million, but only one with more than $20 million. This year, we should have the same number of $10 million movies, but at least two $20 million movies and perhaps even a $30 million movie. I think 2015 has the edge in the year-over-year comparison, but unless the new releases are bigger hits than most anticipate, it could be close. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Box Office Celebrates Double-Milestone on Top

October 13th, 2015

The Martian

There was some great news at the box office this weekend, as both The Martian and Hotel Transylvania 2 reached the century mark. On the other hand, Pan bombed performing even worse than expected. I don't think there's really any controversy in saying it bombed, as the $150 million movie opened with less than Alexander and the Terrible Horrible No Good Very Bad Day made last year. The overall depth was also weak, which led to the box office falling 21% from last week and 20% from last year. 2015 is still way ahead of 2014, $8.30 billion to $7.87 billion, and it would take a serious collapse for that lead to evaporate before the end of the year. More...

2015 Preview: October

October 1st, 2015

The Martian

September ended on a record note with the debut of Hotel Transylvania 2. Additionally, there was great depth and 2015's lead over 2014 grew to nearly $500 million. How do things look going forward? The month starts out with The Martian, which should have no trouble becoming the biggest hit of the month and might even top $200 million. On the other hand, no other film is expected to get to $100 million. There's only one or two that will even come close. Fortunately, last October was very similar with one $100 million hit, Gone Girl, while two other films came close, Annabelle and Fury. It looks like it will be up to the depth films from both years to determine which year comes out on top. 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.

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Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2015/10/16 4 $13,143,310   2,984 $4,405   $13,143,310 3
2015/10/23 8 $5,666,525 -57% 2,991 $1,895   $22,557,300 10
2015/10/30 9 $3,072,100 -46% 2,112 $1,455   $27,708,080 17
2015/11/06 12 $1,165,470 -62% 1,131 $1,030   $29,835,275 24
2015/11/13 20 $490,935 -58% 531 $925   $30,828,975 31
2015/11/20 36 $79,040 -84% 184 $430   $31,056,945 38

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2015/10/16 4 $5,252,010   2,984 $1,760   $5,252,010 1
2015/10/17 5 $4,922,110 -6% 2,984 $1,650   $10,174,120 2
2015/10/18 5 $2,969,190 -40% 2,984 $995   $13,143,310 3
2015/10/19 4 $969,525 -67% 2,984 $325   $14,112,835 4
2015/10/20 4 $1,180,105 +22% 2,984 $395   $15,292,940 5
2015/10/21 5 $807,020 -32% 2,984 $270   $16,099,960 6
2015/10/22 4 $790,815 -2% 2,984 $265   $16,890,775 7
2015/10/23 8 $1,778,810 +125% 2,991 $595   $18,669,585 8
2015/10/24 8 $2,437,250 +37% 2,991 $815   $21,106,835 9
2015/10/25 8 $1,450,465 -40% 2,991 $485   $22,557,300 10
2015/10/26 7 $508,395 -65% 2,991 $170   $23,065,695 11
2015/10/27 7 $628,115 +24% 2,991 $210   $23,693,810 12
2015/10/28 6 $478,560 -24% 2,991 $160   $24,172,370 13
2015/10/29 6 $463,610 -3% 2,991 $155   $24,635,980 14
2015/10/30 9 $960,650 +107% 2,112 $455   $25,596,630 15
2015/10/31 8 $1,393,460 +45% 2,112 $660   $26,990,090 16
2015/11/01 10 $717,990 -48% 2,112 $340   $27,708,080 17
2015/11/02 10 $253,245 -65% 2,112 $120   $27,961,325 18
2015/11/03 11 $296,550 +17% 2,112 $140   $28,257,875 19
2015/11/04 11 $212,180 -28% 2,112 $100   $28,470,055 20
2015/11/05 11 $199,750 -6% 2,112 $95   $28,669,805 21
2015/11/06 13 $351,150 +76% 1,131 $310   $29,020,955 22
2015/11/07 12 $537,225 +53% 1,131 $475   $29,558,180 23
2015/11/08 14 $277,095 -48% 1,131 $245   $29,835,275 24
2015/11/09 13 $101,785 -63% 1,131 $90   $29,937,060 25
2015/11/10 13 $146,470 +44% 1,131 $130   $30,083,530 26
2015/11/11 14 $169,160 +15% 1,131 $150   $30,252,690 27
2015/11/12 - $85,350 -50% 1,131 $75   $30,338,040 28
2015/11/13 - $153,900 +80% 531 $290   $30,491,940 29
2015/11/14 - $217,555 +41% 531 $410   $30,709,495 30
2015/11/15 - $119,480 -45% 531 $225   $30,828,975 31
2015/11/16 - $45,115 -62% 531 $85   $30,874,090 32
2015/11/17 - $47,785 +6% 531 $90   $30,921,875 33
2015/11/18 - $34,525 -28% 531 $65   $30,956,400 34
2015/11/19 - $21,505 -38% 531 $40   $30,977,905 35
2015/11/20 - $22,935 +7% 184 $125   $31,000,840 36
2015/11/21 - $33,185 +45% 184 $180   $31,034,025 37
2015/11/22 - $22,920 -31% 184 $125   $31,056,945 38
2015/11/23 - $11,955 -48% 184 $65   $31,068,900 39
2015/11/24 - $10,155 -15% 184 $55   $31,079,055 40
2015/11/25 - $6,490 -36% 184 $35   $31,085,545 41
2015/11/26 - $4,775 -26% 184 $26   $31,090,320 42

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2015/10/16 4 $16,890,775   2,984 $5,660   $16,890,775 7
2015/10/23 8 $7,745,205 -54% 2,991 $2,590   $24,635,980 14
2015/10/30 10 $4,033,825 -48% 2,112 $1,910   $28,669,805 21
2015/11/06 12 $1,668,235 -59% 1,131 $1,475   $30,338,040 28
2015/11/13 20 $639,865 -62% 531 $1,205   $30,977,905 35
2015/11/20 39 $112,415 -82% 184 $611   $31,090,320 42

Box Office Summary Per Territory

Territory Release
Date
Opening
Weekend
Opening
Weekend
Theaters
Maximum
Theaters
Theatrical
Engagements
Total
Box Office
Report
Date
Argentina 10/15/2015 $368,556 132 132 342 $936,771 11/25/2015
Australia 10/16/2015 $608,890 199 199 663 $1,493,870 12/10/2015
Austria 10/15/2015 $178,556 72 72 276 $427,033 12/21/2015
Belgium 10/21/2015 $173,088 34 40 143 $439,092 11/25/2015
Bolivia 10/15/2015 $11,576 9 9 15 $30,346 10/27/2015
Brazil 10/15/2015 $484,379 215 215 506 $955,293 12/22/2015
Bulgaria 10/16/2015 $33,401 40 40 140 $124,611 12/1/2015
Central America 10/15/2015 $163,056 95 95 111 $320,624 11/3/2015
Chile 10/15/2015 $67,663 45 45 81 $113,813 11/25/2015
Colombia 10/15/2015 $149,802 110 110 140 $232,570 11/11/2015
Croatia 10/15/2015 $14,593 15 17 67 $49,317 12/1/2015
Czech Republic 10/15/2015 $61,766 97 97 191 $166,137 11/25/2015
Denmark 10/15/2015 $75,142 35 35 101 $166,390 12/8/2015
Ecuador 10/16/2015 $56,917 39 39 95 $164,964 11/10/2015
Egypt 10/14/2015 $17,150 1 1 4 $40,266 11/10/2015
Estonia 10/16/2015 $3,836 13 13 23 $46,559 10/27/2015
Finland 10/16/2015 $76,006 58 58 176 $228,552 12/22/2015
France 10/14/2015 $867,948 264 264 873 $2,262,105 12/16/2015
Germany 10/15/2015 $807,400 374 374 1508 $1,934,710 12/16/2015
Greece 10/22/2015 $191,858 60 61 184 $620,031 12/8/2015
Hong Kong 10/15/2015 $184,945 27 27 50 $348,668 11/11/2015
Hungary 10/15/2015 $85,354 0 53 150 $242,888 12/22/2015
Iceland 10/16/2015 $11,575 7 7 11 $22,376 10/27/2015
Indonesia 10/16/2015 $0 0 88 131 $734,524 11/10/2015
Iraq 10/15/2015 $2,688 2 2 5 $4,996 11/3/2015
Israel 10/22/2015 $21,492 11 13 27 $37,187 11/18/2015
Italy 10/22/2015 $838,366 297 297 792 $2,218,593 6/9/2016
Japan 1/8/2016 $0 0 17 50 $456,564 6/9/2016
Latvia 10/16/2015 $0 0 2 4 $57,522 11/25/2015
Lebanon 10/15/2015 $17,327 8 8 16 $47,516 11/17/2015
Malaysia 10/15/2015 $250,459 89 90 281 $543,245 11/18/2015
Mexico 10/30/2015 $1,847,617 681 681 826 $5,911,081 12/16/2015
Netherlands 10/15/2015 $223,967 64 70 271 $645,014 12/1/2015
New Zealand 10/16/2015 $91,802 51 51 251 $218,232 12/22/2015
Norway 10/16/2015 $97,532 74 74 189 $270,241 12/22/2015
Oman 10/15/2015 $9,136 4 4 4 $9,137 10/20/2015
Panama 10/15/2015 $181,482 13 18 44 $377,511 12/8/2015
Peru 11/5/2015 $92,231 56 56 77 $171,001 12/1/2015
Philippines 10/14/2015 $159,252 7 7 14 $207,576 10/28/2015
Poland 10/23/2015 $147,214 116 124 368 $418,394 12/16/2015
Portugal 10/22/2015 $120,648 61 61 235 $319,725 12/16/2015
Romania 10/16/2015 $77,318 50 50 121 $193,100 11/13/2015
Russia (CIS) 10/15/2015 $2,497,023 950 955 2954 $5,283,043 12/8/2015
Serbia and Montenegro 10/15/2015 $0 0 1 1 $27,690 11/10/2015
Singapore 10/15/2015 $250,790 37 37 93 $461,312 12/16/2015
Slovakia 10/15/2015 $44,709 53 53 75 $63,792 10/28/2015
Slovenia 10/15/2015 $9,488 10 10 36 $33,166 12/1/2015
South Africa 10/30/2015 $64,357 65 65 178 $161,107 12/16/2015
South Korea 11/25/2015 $152,599 255 255 466 $327,645 9/5/2016
Spain 10/16/2015 $1,086,105 316 316 1550 $3,475,686 12/16/2015
Sweden 10/16/2015 $238,401 106 106 290 $663,940 12/1/2015
Switzerland 10/14/2015 $117,831 29 34 102 $243,202 11/18/2015
Taiwan 10/16/2015 $395,893 84 84 244 $876,898 11/18/2015
Thailand 10/15/2015 $103,352 43 43 82 $164,955 10/28/2015
Turkey 10/16/2015 $73,541 88 88 198 $179,890 11/11/2015
Ukraine 10/15/2015 $206,711 176 176 497 $493,594 11/17/2015
United Arab Emirates 10/15/2015 $220,645 35 35 54 $406,580 11/10/2015
United Kingdom 10/16/2015 $1,493,465 421 432 1336 $3,929,532 6/9/2016
Uruguay 10/15/2015 $8,753 3 4 10 $19,367 11/10/2015
Venezuela 10/16/2015 $560,331 41 41 55 $1,499,260 11/3/2015
Vietnam 10/16/2015 $183,754 88 88 194 $549,306 11/10/2015
 
Rest of World $298,503
 
International Total$43,366,613 9/5/2016

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
2/14/2016757,939 57,939$1,156,462$1,156,4623
2/21/20161428,249-51% 86,188$563,850$1,720,3124

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
2/14/2016564,553 64,553$1,288,487$1,288,4873
2/21/20161023,006-64% 87,560$459,204$1,747,6914

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