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Everything, Everything
Theatrical Performance (US$)
Italy Box Office $4,046,102Details
Worldwide Box Office $45,858,330Details
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Synopsis

What if you couldn’t touch anything in the outside world? Never breathe in the fresh air, feel the sun warm your face…or kiss the boy next door? “Everything, Everything” tells the unlikely love story of Maddy, a smart, curious and imaginative 18-year-old who due to an illness cannot leave the protection of the hermetically sealed environment within her house, and Olly, the boy next door who won’t let that stop them. Maddy is desperate to experience the much more stimulating outside world, and the promise of her first romance. Gazing through windows and talking only through texts, she and Olly form a deep bond that leads them to risk everything to be together…even if it means losing everything.

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Movie Details

Production Budget:$10,000,000
Italy Releases: September 22nd, 2017 (Wide), released as Noi Siamo Tutto
Video Release: August 1st, 2017 by Warner Home Video
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for thematic elements and brief sensuality.
(Rating bulletin 2463 (Cert #50915), 2/15/2017)
Running Time: 96 minutes
Keywords: Medical and Hospitals, Romance, Coming of Age, Shut In, Young Adult Book Adaptation
Source:Based on Fiction Book/Short Story
Genre:Drama
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures, Alloy Entertainment
Production Countries: United States

Cast

Nick Robinson    Olly Bright
Amandla Stenberg    Maddy Whittier
Anika Noni Rose    Dr. Whittier
Ana de la Reguera    Carla
Taylor Hickson    Kara Bright
Danube R. Hermosillo    Rosa
Dan Payne    Joe
Fiona Loewi    Mae
Sage Brocklebank    Astronaut
Robert Lawrenson    Mr. Waterman
Peter Benson    Dr. Chase
Françoise Yip    Dr. Francis
Farryn VanHumbeck    Ruby
Marion Eisman    Nurse Janet
Allison Riley    Police Officer #1
Valareen Friday    Surf Shop Cashier

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Stella Meghie
Screenwriter    J. Mills Goodloe
Story based on ‘Everything, Everything’ by    Nicola Yoon
Producer    Elysa Koplovitz
Producer    Leslie Morgenstein
Executive Producer    Victor Ho
Production Designer    Charisse Cardenas
Editor    Nancy Richardson
Composer    Ludwig Goransson
Director of Photography    Igor Jadue-Lillo
Music Supervisor    Kier Lehman
Costume Designer    Avery Plewes
Casting Director    Mary Vernieu
Casting Director    Venus Kanani
Casting Director    Tiffany Mak
Unit Production Manager    Victor Ho
Production Manager    Galen Fletcher
First Assistant Director    Ryan Hyland
Second Assistant Director    Shannon Hawes
Art Director    David Clarke
Set Decorator    Shannon Murphy
Set Designer    Daniel Kobylka
Sound Mixer    Ian Tarasoff
Special Effects Coordinator    Gary Minielly
Sets Supervisor    Emma Edwards
Make up    Norma Hill-Patton
Make up    Andrea Manchur
Hairstylis    Jill Winston
Hairstylist    Andie Ho
Script Supervisor    Deirdre De Butler
Location Manager    Laura Irvine
Location Manager    Alejandro Uriegas
Re-recording Mixer    Tateum Kohut
Re-recording Mixer    Greg Orloff
Supervising Sound Editor    Erin Oakley
Sound Designer    Kami Asgar
Dialogue Editor    James Ashton
Dialogue Editor    Leah Katz
Foley Mixer    Simon Riley
Music Editor    Ben Schor
Visual Effects Producer    Chris Roff
Visual Effects Supervisor    John P. Nugent
Visual Effects Producer    Wendy Gipp

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Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2017/09/22 2 $1,569,459   0     $1,593,397 1
2017/09/29 2 $1,046,576 -33% 0     $3,051,601 2
2017/10/06 5 $483,227 -54% 0     $3,755,029 3
2017/10/13 11 $154,650 -68% 0     $4,046,102 4

Box Office Summary Per Territory

Territory Release
Date
Opening
Weekend
Opening
Weekend
Theaters
Maximum
Theaters
Theatrical
Engagements
Total
Box Office
Report
Date
Australia 8/25/2017 $12,334 20 20 20 $12,334 8/28/2017
Bulgaria 7/14/2017 $21,131 0 0 0 $96,831 8/29/2017
Czech Republic 6/30/2017 $44,424 77 77 134 $101,772 7/19/2017
Italy 9/22/2017 $1,569,459 0 0 0 $4,046,102 10/18/2017
Lithuania 5/19/2017 $18,432 95 95 326 $113,874 7/19/2017
Mexico 6/23/2017 $849,015 0 0 0 $2,435,941 7/19/2017
Netherlands 8/18/2017 $405,746 63 64 464 $1,758,591 10/9/2017
North America 5/19/2017 $11,727,390 2801 2801 10553 $34,121,140
Portugal 6/16/2017 $23,687 20 25 75 $113,583 8/3/2017
Russia (CIS) 6/16/2017 $337,841 769 769 1581 $726,023 7/5/2017
Slovakia 7/14/2017 $48,415 52 52 146 $165,957 8/23/2017
Turkey 8/11/2017 $36,826 122 122 217 $94,206 8/22/2017
United Kingdom 8/18/2017 $582,478 357 357 704 $1,493,292 8/30/2017
 
Rest of World $578,684
 
Worldwide Total$45,858,330 10/18/2017

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