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Curacao Box Office for The Dark Tower (2017)

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The Dark Tower
Theatrical Performance (US$)
Curacao Box Office $18,128Details
Worldwide Box Office $111,662,091Details
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Synopsis

There are other worlds than these. The last Gunslinger, Roland Deschain, has been locked in an eternal battle with Walter O’Dim, also known as the Man in Black, determined to prevent him from toppling the Dark Tower, which holds the universe together. With the fate of the worlds at stake, good and evil will collide in the ultimate battle as only Roland can defend the Tower from the Man in Black.

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Movie Details

Production Budget:$60,000,000
Curacao Releases: August 10th, 2017 (Wide)
Video Release: October 17th, 2017 by Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for thematic material including sequences of gun violence and action.
(Rating bulletin 2485 (Cert #50333), 7/19/2017)
Running Time: 95 minutes
Keywords: Cowboys in Modern Times, Post Apocalypse, Alternative Dimensions / Parallel universe, Supernatural, Good vs. Evil, Development Hell
Source:Based on Fiction Book/Short Story
Genre:Western
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Science Fiction
Production Companies: Sony Pictures, MRC
Production Countries: United States

Cast

Idris Elba    Roland Deschain
Matthew McConaughey    Walter Padick
Tom Taylor    Jake Chambers
Claudia Kim    Arra Champignon
Fran Kranz    Pimli
Abbey Lee    Tirana
Jackie Earle Haley    Sayre
Katheryn Winnick    Laurie Chambers
Michael Barbieri    Timmy
Jose Zuniga    Dr. Hotchkiss
Alex McGregor    Susan Delgado
Nicholas Hamilton    Lucas Hanson
De-Wet Nagel    Taheen Tech
Dennis Haysbert    Steven Deschain

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Nikolaj Arcel
Screenwriter    Akiva Goldsman
Screenwriter    Jeff Pinkner
Screenwriter    Anders Thomas Jensen
Screenwriter    Nikolaj Arcel
Based on the novel by    Stephen King
Producer    Akiva Goldsman
Producer    Ron Howard
Producer    Brian Grazer
Producer    Erica Huggins
Executive Producer    G. Mac Brown
Director of Photography    Rasmus Videbaek
Editor    Alan Edward Bell
Editor    Dan Zimmerman
Costume Designer    Trish Summerville
Composer    Tom Holkenborg

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Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2017/08/11 - $5,443   6 $907   $5,443 1
2017/08/18 - $2,259 -58% 3 $753   $12,542 2
2017/08/25 - $1,041 -54% 3 $347   $15,435 3
2017/09/01 - $653 -37% 1 $653   $16,922 4
2017/09/08 - $414 -37% 1 $414   $18,128 5

Box Office Summary Per Territory

Territory Release
Date
Opening
Weekend
Opening
Weekend
Theaters
Maximum
Theaters
Theatrical
Engagements
Total
Box Office
Report
Date
Argentina 8/24/2017 $330,762 136 136 241 $667,094 9/25/2017
Aruba 8/10/2017 $7,007 4 4 14 $23,412 9/20/2017
Australia 8/18/2017 $1,062,678 274 274 950 $2,513,760 10/16/2017
Austria 8/11/2017 $227,231 68 69 308 $591,545 10/16/2017
Bahrain 8/3/2017 $0 0 7 14 $202,183 8/30/2017
Belgium 8/16/2017 $168,202 59 59 264 $466,861 10/3/2017
Bolivia 9/21/2017 $27,335 21 21 44 $80,395 10/16/2017
Brazil 8/25/2017 $1,530,216 517 517 1546 $4,038,621 10/16/2017
Bulgaria 8/4/2017 $45,844 0 34 105 $220,169 10/16/2017
Cambodia 8/3/2017 $0 0 27 27 $31,588 8/17/2017
Central America 8/24/2017 $208,724 124 124 232 $449,282 9/25/2017
Chile 8/24/2017 $120,702 55 55 118 $279,645 10/4/2017
Colombia 8/24/2017 $249,319 174 174 424 $770,319 10/9/2017
Croatia 8/10/2017 $41,108 44 45 155 $124,686 9/18/2017
Curacao 8/10/2017 $5,443 6 6 14 $18,128 9/12/2017
Czech Republic 8/25/2017 $81,069 106 106 267 $262,859 9/25/2017
Denmark 8/17/2017 $157,272 84 85 278 $406,305 10/11/2017
Dominican Republic 8/31/2017 $10,592 13 13 53 $37,668 10/9/2017
East Africa 8/4/2017 $0 0 1 1 $7,128 8/17/2017
Ecuador 8/25/2017 $94,863 45 45 135 $357,181 9/25/2017
Egypt 8/3/2017 $0 0 21 41 $159,976 9/5/2017
Estonia 8/11/2017 $29,036 14 14 47 $107,116 9/25/2017
Finland 8/4/2017 $0 0 45 127 $309,927 10/16/2017
France 8/9/2017 $1,213,788 290 290 1331 $3,019,623 9/25/2017
Germany 8/10/2017 $1,432,167 603 603 2578 $3,718,808 10/11/2017
Ghana 8/4/2017 $0 0 3 10 $9,458 9/13/2017
Greece 8/3/2017 $0 0 31 86 $293,987 9/18/2017
Hong Kong 8/31/2017 $323,876 112 112 146 $437,600 9/25/2017
Hungary 8/3/2017 $0 0 65 164 $510,427 9/25/2017
Iceland 8/2/2017 $0 0 4 9 $74,399 9/5/2017
India 8/25/2017 $64,431 165 165 166 $89,576 9/5/2017
Indonesia 8/25/2017 $802,588 332 332 562 $1,081,996 9/18/2017
Iraq 8/3/2017 $0 0 5 9 $40,068 8/30/2017
Israel 8/10/2017 $121,883 35 35 109 $279,846 10/3/2017
Italy 8/10/2017 $840,690 347 366 758 $2,745,937 10/3/2017
Jamaica 8/9/2017 $23,794 5 5 18 $75,887 10/9/2017
Jordan 8/3/2017 $0 0 5 6 $50,036 8/23/2017
Kenya 8/4/2017 $0 0 16 35 $54,869 9/12/2017
Kuwait 8/3/2017 $0 0 12 16 $275,534 8/23/2017
Latvia 8/11/2017 $16,339 10 10 21 $55,452 9/12/2017
Lebanon 8/3/2017 $0 0 15 24 $122,737 8/30/2017
Lithuania 8/11/2017 $19,317 122 122 199 $57,575 9/12/2017
Malaysia 8/3/2017 $0 0 137 291 $1,126,352 9/5/2017
Mexico 8/25/2017 $1,283,638 842 842 1545 $3,536,813 10/16/2017
Mongolia 8/4/2017 $0 0 3 8 $12,005 8/30/2017
Netherlands 8/25/2017 $399,210 92 93 541 $1,627,195 10/16/2017
New Zealand 8/18/2017 $177,293 66 66 287 $503,143 10/3/2017
Nigeria 8/4/2017 $0 0 27 100 $114,375 9/18/2017
North America 8/4/2017 $19,153,698 3451 3451 17150 $50,692,621
Norway 8/18/2017 $139,326 170 170 331 $313,338 10/16/2017
Oman 8/3/2017 $0 0 9 14 $143,875 8/30/2017
Pakistan 8/11/2017 $21,389 30 30 37 $39,808 8/30/2017
Paraguay 8/24/2017 $9,913 16 16 31 $23,286 9/18/2017
Peru 8/24/2017 $187,328 78 78 114 $380,333 9/13/2017
Philippines 8/30/2017 $502,284 177 177 322 $753,412 9/25/2017
Poland 8/11/2017 $308,968 139 143 582 $983,723 9/25/2017
Portugal 8/17/2017 $161,627 60 69 245 $800,770 10/16/2017
Qatar 8/3/2017 $0 0 8 9 $256,560 8/22/2017
Romania 8/4/2017 $0 0 60 273 $639,976 10/16/2017
Russia (CIS) 8/4/2017 $4,389,545 1334 1334 4427 $8,429,443 9/18/2017
Serbia and Montenegro 8/10/2017 $20,678 22 22 79 $62,791 10/9/2017
Singapore 8/3/2017 $0 0 34 53 $515,779 9/18/2017
Slovakia 8/24/2017 $40,521 65 65 123 $96,692 10/3/2017
Slovenia 8/10/2017 $10,729 13 13 38 $31,996 9/25/2017
South Africa 9/8/2017 $129,161 78 80 362 $530,244 10/18/2017
South Korea 8/21/2017 $384,819 462 462 504 $671,909 9/12/2017
Spain 8/18/2017 $807,039 426 426 1655 $2,909,457 10/11/2017
Suriname 8/10/2017 $1,629 1 1 3 $4,216 8/30/2017
Sweden 8/16/2017 $261,819 89 89 258 $618,551 9/25/2017
Switzerland 8/9/2017 $187,282 79 79 104 $411,414 9/20/2017
Syria 8/3/2017 $0 0 1 4 $11,263 9/5/2017
Taiwan 8/31/2017 $502,895 100 100 243 $893,495 9/25/2017
Thailand 8/10/2017 $354,437 148 148 293 $1,018,203 9/12/2017
Trinidad 8/9/2017 $77,361 19 19 87 $255,193 10/9/2017
Turkey 8/4/2017 $264,743 457 457 1605 $1,287,210 9/18/2017
Ukraine 8/3/2017 $0 0 239 471 $947,693 9/18/2017
United Arab Emirates 8/3/2017 $0 0 50 81 $1,767,349 10/16/2017
United Kingdom 8/18/2017 $1,169,744 530 530 1689 $3,563,671 10/11/2017
Uruguay 8/24/2017 $22,494 12 12 29 $48,307 10/9/2017
Venezuela 8/25/2017 $40,201 59 59 205 $234,737 10/16/2017
Vietnam 8/4/2017 $0 0 96 98 $285,230 8/22/2017
 
Worldwide Total$111,662,091 10/18/2017

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