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Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them (2016)

Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them
Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $183,080,514Details
International Box Office $424,390,000Details
Worldwide Box Office $607,470,514
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Synopsis

Story takes place in the Harry Potter world, set 70 years prior to the Harry Potter books.

Metrics

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Movie Details

Production Budget:$180,000,000
Domestic Releases: November 18th, 2016 (Wide) by Warner Bros.
November 18th, 2016 (IMAX) by Warner Bros.
International Releases: November 14th, 2016 (Wide) (South Korea)
November 16th, 2016 (Wide) (Netherlands)
November 18th, 2016 (Wide) (Australia)
November 18th, 2016 (Wide) (Brazil)
November 18th, 2016 (Wide), released as Фантастични животни и къде да ги намерим (Bulgaria)
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MPAA Rating: PG-13 for some fantasy action violence.
(Rating bulletin 2440 (CErt #50647), 8/31/2016)
Running Time: 133 minutes
Franchise: Harry Potter
Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them
Comparisons: vs. Doctor Strange
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Keywords: 1920s, Prequel, New York City, Secret Magic, Supernatural, Monster, Cryptozoology, Secret Societies
Source:Spin-Off
Genre:Adventure
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Fantasy
Production Companies: Warner Bros., Heyday Films
Production Countries: United States

Ranking on other Records and Milestones

RecordRankRevenueChart
Date
Days In
Release
Biggest 3rd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 157 $18,118,111 Dec 2, 2016 17
Biggest December Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 125 $18,118,111 Dec 2, 2016 17
Biggest December Day at the Domestic Box Office 330 $8,105,554 Dec 3, 2016 16
Biggest 2nd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 52 $45,084,763 Nov 25, 2016 10
Fastest Movies to Earn $150 Million at the Domestic Box Office 66 $156,012,316 Nov 25, 2016 10
Biggest Thursday at the Domestic Box Office 87 $9,533,397 Nov 24, 2016 7
Biggest Wednesday at the Domestic Box Office 69 $10,931,033 Nov 23, 2016 6
Fastest Movies to Earn $100 Million at the Domestic Box Office 82 $101,394,156 Nov 18, 2016 6
Biggest Tuesday at the Domestic Box Office 77 $9,301,677 Nov 22, 2016 5
Biggest Monday at the Domestic Box Office 213 $6,758,059 Nov 21, 2016 4
Biggest Sunday at the Domestic Box Office 126 $18,493,911 Nov 20, 2016 3
Biggest November Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 14 $74,403,387 Nov 18, 2016 3
Biggest Opening Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 78 $74,403,387 Nov 18, 2016 3
Biggest Weekends at the Domestic Box Office 86 $74,403,387 Nov 18, 2016 3
Widest Opening Weekend 37 4,144 Nov 18, 2016 3
Biggest Saturday at the Domestic Box Office 108 $26,248,042 Nov 19, 2016 2
Fastest Movies to Earn $50 Million at the Domestic Box Office 74 $55,909,476 Nov 18, 2016 2
Biggest Friday at the Domestic Box Office 76 $29,661,434 Nov 18, 2016 1
Biggest November Day at the Domestic Box Office 29 $29,661,434 Nov 18, 2016 1
Biggest Single Days at the Domestic Box Office 205 $29,661,434 Nov 18, 2016 1

Cast

   Newt Scamander
   Credence Barebone
   Gnarlak
   Percival Graves
   Jacob Kowalski
   Mary Lou
   Queenie Goldstein
   Seraphina Picquery
   Tina
Sam Redford    Customs Official
Scott Goldman    Customs Official (Voice)
Tim Bentinck    Witness
Tristan Tait    Reporter
Tom Clarke-Hill    Photographer 2
Matthew Sim    Photographer
Faith Wood-Blagrove    Modesty Barebone
Jenn Murray    Chastity Barebone
Cory Peterson    Bank Employee
Lucie Pohl    Secretary
Peter Breitmayer    Mr. Bingley
Jake Samuels    Bank Guard
Max Cazier    Young Man
Dan Hedaya    Red
Christy Meyer    Guide-Inside Macusa
Guy Paul    Auror 2
Andreea Paduraru    Auror 9
Walles Hamonde    Auror 10
Dominique Tipper    Auror 1
Kevin Guthrie    Mr. Abernathy
Leo Heller    Boy with Birthmark
Miles Roughley    Poor Boy
Anne Wittman    Housewife
Erick Hayden    Policeman
Paul Birchard    Hobo
Ronan Raftery    Langdon Shaw
Tom Hodgkins    Barker
Jon Voight    Shaw Senior
Josh Cowdery    Henry Shaw Jnr/Senator Shaw
Ellie Haddington    Mrs. Esposito
Joseph MacNab    Police Officer 1
Bart Edwards    Police Officer 2
Todd Boyce    Announcer
Martin Oelbermann    Heinrich Eberstadt
Gemma Chan    Madam Ya Zhou
Richard Clothier    British Envoy
Christian Dixon    Momolu Wotorson
Akin Gazi    Auror 3
Rich Hardisty    Auror 4
Elizabeth Moynihan    Executioner 1
Miquel Brown    Executioner 2
Wunmi Mosaku    Beryl
Cristian Solimeno    Executioner 3
Matthew Wilson    Sam the Obliviator
Brian F. Mulvey    Watchman
Aretha Ayeh    Singer-The Blind Pig Speakeasy
Emmi    Singer-The Blind Pig Speakeasy
Nicholas McGaughey    Australian Wizard
Sean Cronin    Nearby Criminal
Zoe Kravitz    Lestrange
Arinze Kene    Auror 6
Jane Perry    Female Customer in Bakery

Production and Technical Credits

Director   
Screenwriter    J.K. Rowling
Producer    J.K. Rowling
Producer    David Heyman
Producer    Lionel Wigram
Producer    Steve Kloves
Executive Producer    Tim Lewis
Executive Producer    Neil Blair
Executive Producer    Rick Senat
Production Designer    Stuart Craig
Editor    Mark Day
Composer    James Newton Howard
Director of Photography    Philippe Rousselot
Visual Effects Supervisor    Tim Burke
Visual Effects Supervisor    Christian Manz
Costume Designer    Colleen Atwood
Casting Director    Fiona Weir
Unit Production Manager    Michael Sharp
Unit Production Manager    Tim Lewis
First Assistant Director    Josh Robertson
Key Second Assistant Director    Ben Howard
Co-Producer    Michael Sharp
Second Unit Director    Stephen Woolfenden
Second Unit Director of Photography    Jean-Philippe Gossart
Sound Designer    Glenn Freemantle
Supervising Sound Editor    Glenn Freemantle
Associate Production Designer    James Hambidge
Art Director    David Allday
Art Director    Les Tomkins
Art Director    Guy Bradley
Art Director    Toby Britton
Art Director    Peter Dorme
Art Director    Gavin Fitch
Art Director    Martin Foley
Art Director    Kate Grimble
Art Director    Christian Huband
Art Director    Huw Arthur
Art Director    Hayley Easton-Street
Assistant Art Director    Jake Hall
Assistant Art Director    Charlotte Malynn
Assistant Art Director    Suzanna Smith
Script Supervisor    Anna Worley
Post-Production Executive    Marianne Jenkins
Post-Production Supervisor    Tim Grover
First Assistant Editor    Hermione Byrt
First Assistant Editor    Mark Burton
Visual Effects Producer    Olly Young
Production Supervisor    Charbel Youssef
Location Manager    Charles Zalben
Re-recording Mixer    Niv Adiri
Re-recording Mixer    Ian Tapp
Re-recording Mixer    Andy Nelson
Sound Designer    Niv Adiri
Sound Designer    Tom Sayers
Sound Designer    Ben Barker
Supervising Dialogue/ADR Editor    Gillian Dodders
Costume Supervisor    Charlotte Finlay
Make-up and Hair Designer    Nicky Knowles
Set Decorator    Anna Pinnock
Production Supervisor    Pamela Joyce
Stunt Coordinator    Eunice Huthart

Weekend Estimates: Moana Stands Tall as Awards Season Hots Up

December 4th, 2016

Moana

The top of the box office chart remains a tale of two movies this weekend, with Moana maintaining an impressive lead over Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, but both movies doing very nicely heading into the Christmas season. Moana tops the chart again this weekend with $28.4 million, for a total of $119.9 million at the end of the weekend. By way of comparison, Frozen had earned $134.3 million at this point in its run, but fell a slightly larger 53% from Thanksgiving, compared to Moana’s 50% decline. The next few weeks should be very lucrative for the animated adventure, which is likely to sail past $300 million at the domestic box office. More...

Weekend Predictions: Will Incarnate have a Substantial Opening?

December 1st, 2016

Incarnate

December usually starts on a really soft note, because the weekend after Thanksgiving is usually a terrible weekend. This time around, the wide release of the week is Incarnate, which is opening in 1,737 theaters and is expected to struggle to reach the top ten. That leaves Moana with an easy route to first place. This weekend last year, Krampus opened in second place with $16.29 million. Incarnate will only earn a fraction of that. On the other hand, the number one film was The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 2, which earned $18.86 million during the weekend and Moana should easily beat that. I don’t think 2016 will come out ahead, but it also shouldn’t be a disaster either.

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International Box Office: Fantastic Beasts have another Century Weekend with $132.0 million

November 30th, 2016

Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them

Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them remained in first place with $132.0 million in 67 markets for totals of $317.5 million internationally and $473.5 million worldwide. Its biggest debut came from China where it opened with $41.70 million, which is a little behind Doctor Strange’s opening earlier this month. On the other hand, the film is already $10 million ahead of what will be Doctor Strange’s lifetime total in the U.K. with $11.07 million in 666 theaters over the weekend for a two-week total of $37.52 million. More...

Theater Averages: Lion Starts like a Lion with an Average of $30,840

November 29th, 2016

Lion

Lion led the way on the theater average chart this week with an average of $30,840 in four theaters. Its reviews are great and it could become a sleeper hit throughout the Christmas holidays. Up next was Manchester by the Sea with an average of $25,541 in 48 theaters. It still has plenty of room to expand and its Awards Season buzz is growing. Miss Sloane opened with an average of $19,932 in three theaters. This is good, but not good enough to think it will expand truly wide. The overall number one film, Moana, was next with an average of $14,615. The final film in the $10,000 club was Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them with an average of $10,880. More...

Weekend Wrap-up: Moana Takes on Beast Over Thanksgiving Weekend

November 29th, 2016

Moana

As expected, Moana earned first place over the Thanksgiving weekend and became the biggest true opener in the holiday’s history. (Technically Frozen opened in limited release the week before and as we learned from Futurama, technically correct is the best kind of correct.) The film was a little more front-loaded than expected and nearly matched our predictions. Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them held on better than predicted and that one-two punch helped the overall box office grow 17% from last weekend to $184 million, over the three-day portion of the weekend. This is nearly identical to the same weekend last year; in fact, it was up by less than 1%. Year-to-date, 2016 has pulled in $9.99 billion. 2016 will soon become the eighth year in a row to reach the $10 billion milestone. This is 5.0% / $470 million above last year’s pace. I’ve been saying for a while that we needed to enter December with a $300 million advantage over 2015 in order to come out ahead at the end of the year, so this is great news. More...

Weekend Estimates: Moana Sails to Thanksgiving Win

November 27th, 2016

Moana

Disney’s domination of Thanksgiving weekend will continue in 2016, with Moana expected to post $55.5 million for the three-day weekend and $81.1 million in total, making it either the second-best or best Thanksgiving opener of all time, depending on what you consider an “opener.” Disney is claiming second place for Moana behind Frozen, which had a $67.4 million 3-day weekend, and $93.6 million 5-day weekend back in 2013. That film had already opened in a single theater the weekend before, so if we want to split hairs, it technically wasn’t opening that weekend. Either way you look at it, it’s a great start for Moana, and another handsome win for Disney. The studio can now claim the top six 5-day Thanksgiving debuts and and the top eight 3-day Thanksgiving openings of all time. More...

International Box Office: Fantastic has a Beast of an Opening with $143.3 million

November 24th, 2016

Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them

Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them opened in first place on the international chart with $143.3 million in 63 markets. The film had the biggest opening of the Harry Potter franchise in 16 of those 63 markets, but ironically not in the U.K., where it had its biggest opening. The film debuted in first place there with $18.90 million in 666 theaters. This is the third best in the franchise behind the two Deathly Hallows films. Some of the markets where Fantastic Beasts set the franchise record include South Korea, where it made $10.64 million on 1,431 screens over the weekend for a total opening of $14.15 million. It did the same in Russia with $10.29 million on 1,173 screens and in Brazil with $6.4 million. More...

Contest: Fantastic Prizes: Winning Announcement

November 24th, 2016

Kubo and the Two Strings

The winners of our Fantastic Prizes contest contest were determined and the entrants with the closest predictions for Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them opening weekend were... More...

Weekend Predictions: Moana Takes on Beast Over Thanksgiving Weekend

November 23rd, 2016

Moana

Thanksgiving weekend is one of the most lucrative weekends of the year and this time around we could have a relatively close battle between a new release, Moana, and last week’s number one film, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them. At least that’s what analysts thought, before we saw the preview numbers. None of the rest of the new wide releases are expected to do much. Allied could become a midlevel hit, but I would be surprised if its budget was only midlevel. Bad Santa 2 is on its way to becoming another comedy sequel that bombs. If Rules Don’t Apply’s previews are any indication, it will become one of the worst box office performers of the year. This weekend last year, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 2 beat The Good Dinosaur rather easily. However, Fantastic Beasts started slower than Moana, so I think we will have a new winner this week. More...

Theater Averages: Manchester is Something to Sea, Earns $64,125

November 23rd, 2016

Manchester by the Sea

Manchester by the Sea led the way on the theater average chart with an average of $64,125 in four theaters. That isn’t the best average we’ve seen this year, but it is fourth place for a 2016 release. Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them earned first place on the overall chart and second place with $17,954 on this chart. Nocturnal Animals earned an average of $13,315 in 37 theaters. That’s an impressive average considering how wide it was playing. Best Worst Thing That Ever Could Have Happened earned an average of $11,745 in two theaters. Meanwhile, the re-release of Daughters of the Dust was the final film in the $10,000 club earning $10,842 in its lone theater. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Fantastic Beast Can’t Lift Box Office

November 22nd, 2016

Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them

As expected, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them dominated the box office earning nearly as much as the rest of the films combined. However, it was unexpectedly weak earning just $74.40 million. In fact, every film we talked about on Thursday’s predictions underperformed and the overall box office was down to $158 million. Granted, “down” in this case is only off by 0.1%, but considering we were expecting significant growth, even a little drop is distressing. Worse still, the box office is off by 8.9% from this weekend last year. Again, we were expecting growth in the year-over-year comparison, so a drop this big really hurts. Year-to-date, 2016 has pulled in $9.49 billion, which is 5.9% or $540 million better than last year’s pace. That said, I wouldn’t panic, as Moana should help the box office bounce back this weekend. More...

Weekend Estimates: Fantastic Beasts Makes Fantastic-ish $75 Million

November 20th, 2016

Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them

Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them is doing everything Warner Bros. could have wished for this weekend, posting a lively $75 million opening in the US, hitting $143.3 million internationally for a global opening over $200 million, and getting a A CinemaScore that should give it positive word of mouth going into Thanksgiving. For a franchise reboot, that’s a lot of reasons to be happy, although its opening is well below the openings enjoyed by the original Harry Potter franchise. The worst of those, Chamber of Secrets, opened with $88 million over three days (Order of the Phoenix and Half-Blood Prince both technically had slower weekends than Chamber of Secrets, but both of them opened on Wednesday, and they still did over $75 million Friday–Sunday). More...

Thursday Night Previews: Fantastic Doesn’t Quite Live Up to Its Name with $8.75 million - Updated

November 18th, 2016

Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them

Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them pulled in $8.75 million during its midnight shows last night. That’s good, but a little lower than expected and not even the best of the fall so far. It was beaten by Doctor Strange, which earned $9.4 million just two weeks ago. Worse still, Fantastic Beasts' reviews have fallen to 74% positive. That’s still good for a blockbuster release, but it is the lowest in the Harry Potter franchise and will likely hurt the film’s box office performance over the weekend. It should still make over $80 million this weekend, but it will be close. We might have to revise that prediction lower tomorrow when we have Friday’s estimates. More...

Weekend Predictions: Will Fantastic Be Fantastic? Or will it merely be a Beast at the Box Office?

November 17th, 2016

Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them

At the beginning of the month, we thought there would be four wide releases / expansions this week. However, it turns out there will be just one, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them. The lack of wide releases should help it at the box office and there is a small chance it could top $100 million over the next three days. While there are no other wide releases, there are a few films opening or expanding semi-wide. Of these, The Edge of Seventeen is the only one with a realistic shot at the top five. It is earning the best reviews of the week and did earn a lot of film festival buzz, so that should help. Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk had an amazing opening in limited release last weekend, but it will likely struggle as it expands into just over 1,000 theaters this weekend. Finally there’s Bleed for This, which is expected to barely make the top ten. This weekend last year, the final installment of the Hunger Games franchise opened with just over $100 million. There’s a slim chance Fantastic Beasts will do the same. Even if it doesn’t, the depth this year is much better than last year and that should help 2016 win in the year-over-year comparison. More...

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November 16th, 2016

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Contest: Fantastic Prizes

November 10th, 2016

Kubo and the Two Strings

There are four films opening or expanding wide next week, at least that’s what we thought would happen at the beginning of the month. Now we learn The Edge of Seventeen is opening semi-wide, Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk is only expanding semi-wide, while we still don’t know what is happening with Bleed for This. This is great news for Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, as it will have even less competition that anticipated. It is also the only reasonable 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 Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them.

Whoever comes the closest to predicting the film's opening 3-day weekend box office (Friday to Sunday), without going over, will win a copy of Kubo and the Two Strings on Blu-ray Combo Pack. Whoever comes the closest to predicting the film's opening 3-day weekend box office (Friday to Sunday), without going under, will also win a previously reviewed movie. Finally, we will be choosing an entrant from the group of people who haven't won, or haven't won recently, and they will also win a previously reviewed movie.

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

2016 Preview: November

November 1st, 2016

Doctor Strange

October turned out to be a mixed month. On the one hand, not one movie earned $100 million, or even came close. However, it was also a more steady month than last October and the last two weeks really helped 2016 in the year-over-year comparisons. In November, we have five films with at least a shot at $100 million, three of which should have no trouble getting to at least $200 million. A little while ago, I thought Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them would be the biggest hit of the month, but the buzz took a hit recently. More on that below. Meanwhile, Doctor Strange’s reviews are currently 90% positive and that should help it out at the box office. The third very likely $200 million hit is Moana. There is certainly precedent for an animated movie to be a monster hit at this time of year, but there is also a lot of competition. Last November was similar in strength, with five films that earned more than $100 million and two films that earned more than $200 million. None earned more than $300 million, so that’s the goal for this November. If we can get one $300 million and / or three $200 million movies over the month, then it will be seen as a victory. More...

Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them Trailer

April 12th, 2016

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Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2016/11/18 1 $74,403,387   4,144 $17,954   $74,403,387 3
2016/11/25 2 $45,084,763 -39% 4,144 $10,880   $156,012,316 10
2016/12/02 2 $18,118,111 -60% 3,988 $4,543   $183,080,514 17

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2016/11/18 1 $29,661,434   4,144 $7,158   $29,661,434 1
2016/11/19 1 $26,248,042 -12% 4,144 $6,334   $55,909,476 2
2016/11/20 1 $18,493,911 -30% 4,144 $4,463   $74,403,387 3
2016/11/21 1 $6,758,059 -63% 4,144 $1,631   $81,161,446 4
2016/11/22 1 $9,301,677 +38% 4,144 $2,245   $90,463,123 5
2016/11/23 2 $10,931,033 +18% 4,144 $2,638   $101,394,156 6
2016/11/24 2 $9,533,397 -13% 4,144 $2,301   $110,927,553 7
2016/11/25 2 $18,309,313 +92% 4,144 $4,418   $129,236,866 8
2016/11/26 2 $17,220,401 -6% 4,144 $4,156   $146,457,267 9
2016/11/27 2 $9,555,049 -45% 4,144 $2,306   $156,012,316 10
2016/11/28 2 $2,162,255 -77% 4,144 $522   $158,174,571 11
2016/11/29 2 $2,953,186 +37% 4,144 $713   $161,127,757 12
2016/11/30 2 $1,947,455 -34% 4,144 $470   $163,075,212 13
2016/12/01 2 $1,887,191 -3% 4,144 $455   $164,962,403 14
2016/12/02 2 $5,011,148 +166% 3,988 $1,257   $169,973,551 15
2016/12/03 2 $8,105,554 +62% 3,988 $2,032   $178,079,105 16
2016/12/04 2 $5,001,409 -38% 3,988 $1,254   $183,080,514 17

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2016/11/18 1 $110,927,553   4,144 $26,768   $110,927,553 7
2016/11/25 2 $54,034,850 -51% 4,144 $13,039   $164,962,403 14

Box Office Summary Per Territory

Territory Release
Date
Opening
Weekend
Opening
Weekend
Theaters
Maximum
Theaters
Theatrical
Engagements
Total
Box Office
Report
Date
Australia 11/18/2016 $7,168,157 695 695 1815 $17,250,077 12/5/2016
Brazil 11/18/2016 $6,400,000 0 0 0 $6,400,000 11/21/2016
Bulgaria 11/18/2016 $128,935 0 0 0 $270,429 12/1/2016
China 11/24/2016 $40,770,000 75703 75703 104417 $72,490,000 12/5/2016
Czech Republic 11/18/2016 $1,256,839 147 147 239 $1,857,776 11/30/2016
France 11/18/2016 $0 0 0 0 $16,700,000 11/28/2016
Germany 11/18/2016 $9,900,000 0 0 0 $23,700,000 12/4/2016
Italy 11/18/2016 $6,289,081 0 0 0 $11,415,019 11/30/2016
Japan 11/25/2016 $15,500,000 966 966 966 $28,600,000 12/4/2016
Lithuania 11/18/2016 $94,563 166 166 310 $192,316 11/30/2016
Mexico 11/18/2016 $5,835,985 0 0 0 $11,308,685 11/30/2016
Netherlands 11/16/2016 $2,085,308 127 129 256 $4,542,723 11/29/2016
New Zealand 11/18/2016 $1,061,808 170 170 467 $2,457,651 12/5/2016
Portugal 11/18/2016 $643,926 110 121 231 $1,133,786 12/1/2016
Russia (CIS) 11/18/2016 $10,287,298 1173 1208 2381 $17,344,898 11/30/2016
Slovakia 11/18/2016 $384,375 78 78 132 $643,079 12/1/2016
South Korea 11/14/2016 $10,710,512 1431 1431 3392 $30,340,000 12/6/2016
Spain 11/18/2016 $4,408,861 613 613 1210 $8,144,062 12/2/2016
Turkey 11/18/2016 $638,158 330 330 644 $1,485,554 11/30/2016
United Kingdom 11/18/2016 $18,901,807 666 666 1332 $47,100,000 12/4/2016
 
Rest of World $121,013,945
 
International Total$424,390,000 12/6/2016

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