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Finding Dory (2016)

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Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $486,294,347Details
International Box Office $536,436,170Details
Worldwide Box Office $1,022,730,517
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  7. Cast & Crew
  8. Trailer

Synopsis

Reunites the friendly-but-forgetful blue tang fish with her loved ones, and everyone learns a few things about the true meaning of family along the way.

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics Certified FreshAudience Upright
Critics
94% - Certified Fresh
Audience
87% - Upright

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Movie Details

Production Budget:$200,000,000
Domestic Releases: June 17th, 2016 (Wide) by Walt Disney
June 17th, 2016 (IMAX) by Walt Disney
International Releases: June 16th, 2016 (Wide) (China)
June 16th, 2016 (Wide) (Czech Republic)
June 16th, 2016 (Wide) (Slovakia)
June 17th, 2016 (Wide) (Argentina)
June 17th, 2016 (Wide) (Australia)
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Video Release: October 25th, 2016 by Disney Pixar
MPAA Rating: PG for mild thematic elements.
(Rating bulletin 2424, 5/11/2016)
Running Time: 103 minutes
Franchise: Finding Nemo
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Keywords: Delayed Sequel, Sequel With Lead Character Recast, Underwater, Animal Lead, Talking Animals, Faulty Memory, 3-D, Non-Chronological, Scene in End Credits, Slow Motion Scene, Voiceover/Narration, Gratuitous Cameos, Escape
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Adventure
Production Method:Digital Animation
Creative Type:Kids Fiction
Production Companies: Disney-Pixar
Production Countries: United States

Ranking on other Records and Milestones

RecordRankRevenueChart
Date
Days In
Release
Biggest 25th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 394 $8,411 Dec 2, 2016 171
Biggest 24th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 262 $43,261 Nov 25, 2016 164
Biggest 23rd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 239 $75,081 Nov 18, 2016 157
Biggest 22nd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 194 $149,354 Nov 11, 2016 150
Biggest 21st Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 218 $153,774 Nov 4, 2016 143
Biggest 20th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 293 $138,036 Oct 28, 2016 136
Biggest 19th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 261 $221,459 Oct 21, 2016 129
Biggest 18th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 264 $271,922 Oct 14, 2016 122
Biggest 17th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 257 $327,182 Oct 7, 2016 115
Biggest 16th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 629 $146,104 Sep 30, 2016 108
Biggest 15th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 607 $194,444 Sep 23, 2016 101
Biggest 14th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 512 $292,000 Sep 16, 2016 94
Biggest 13th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 416 $419,113 Sep 9, 2016 87
Biggest 12th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 100 $2,055,852 Sep 2, 2016 80
Biggest 11th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 434 $632,138 Aug 26, 2016 73
Biggest 10th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 436 $907,012 Aug 19, 2016 66
Biggest 9th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 442 $1,312,219 Aug 12, 2016 59
Biggest 8th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 439 $1,957,734 Aug 5, 2016 52
Biggest 7th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 210 $4,322,747 Jul 29, 2016 45
Biggest 6th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 117 $7,234,806 Jul 22, 2016 38
Fastest Movies to Earn $450 Million at the Domestic Box Office 6 $451,409,668 Jul 15, 2016 34
Biggest 5th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 65 $11,281,179 Jul 15, 2016 31
Biggest 4th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 31 $20,817,949 Jul 8, 2016 24
Fastest Movies to Earn $400 Million at the Domestic Box Office 5 $402,229,243 Jul 1, 2016 21
Biggest 3rd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 8 $41,817,176 Jul 1, 2016 17
Biggest July Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 59 $41,817,176 Jul 1, 2016 17
Biggest July Day at the Domestic Box Office 177 $14,995,286 Jul 2, 2016 16
Fastest Movies to Earn $350 Million at the Domestic Box Office 6 $358,889,536 Jul 1, 2016 16
Fastest Movies to Earn $300 Million at the Domestic Box Office 7 $311,166,968 Jun 24, 2016 12
Biggest 2nd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 8 $72,959,954 Jun 24, 2016 10
Fastest Movies to Earn $250 Million at the Domestic Box Office 9 $264,256,083 Jun 24, 2016 9
Biggest Thursday at the Domestic Box Office 18 $17,408,514 Jun 23, 2016 7
Fastest Movies to Earn $200 Million at the Domestic Box Office 13 $213,317,902 Jun 17, 2016 7
Biggest Wednesday at the Domestic Box Office 28 $18,085,347 Jun 22, 2016 6
Biggest Tuesday at the Domestic Box Office 6 $23,192,485 Jun 21, 2016 5
Biggest Monday at the Domestic Box Office 13 $19,571,283 Jun 20, 2016 4
Fastest Movies to Earn $150 Million at the Domestic Box Office 17 $154,631,556 Jun 17, 2016 4
Biggest Sunday at the Domestic Box Office 19 $34,669,397 Jun 19, 2016 3
Biggest June Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 2 $135,060,273 Jun 17, 2016 3
Biggest Opening Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 19 $135,060,273 Jun 17, 2016 3
Biggest Weekends at the Domestic Box Office 20 $135,060,273 Jun 17, 2016 3
Widest Opening Weekend 12 4,305 Jun 17, 2016 3
Biggest Saturday at the Domestic Box Office 16 $45,644,471 Jun 18, 2016 2
Fastest Movies to Earn $100 Million at the Domestic Box Office 18 $100,390,876 Jun 17, 2016 2
Biggest Friday at the Domestic Box Office 22 $54,746,405 Jun 17, 2016 1
Biggest June Day at the Domestic Box Office 6 $54,746,405 Jun 17, 2016 1
Biggest Single Days at the Domestic Box Office 35 $54,746,405 Jun 17, 2016 1
Fastest Movies to Earn $50 Million at the Domestic Box Office 27 $54,746,405 Jun 17, 2016 1

Cast

   Dory
Albert Brooks    Marlin
Ed O'Neill    Hank
Hayden Rolence    Nemo
Kaitlin Olson    Destiny
Ty Burrell    Bailey
Eugene Levy    Charlie
Diane Keaton    Jenny
Idris Elba    Fluke
Dominic West    Rudder
Andrew Stanton    Crush
Bob Peterson    Mr. Ray
Torbin Xan Bullock    Becky
Bennett Dammann    Squirt
Bill Hader    Ned
Kate McKinnon    Inez
Sigourney Weaver    Herself
John Ratzenberger    Bill
Jerome Ranft    Jacques
Brad Garrett    Bloat
Allison Janney    Peach
Stephen Root    Bubbles
Alexander Gould    Carl
Angus Maclane    Sunfish
Vicki Lewis    Deb
Austin Pendleton    Gurgle
Katherine Ringgold    Chickenfish
Willem Dafoe    Gill

Production and Technical Credits

Director   
Co-Director    Angus Maclane
Screenwriter    Andrew Stanton
Screenwriter    Victoria Strouse
Story by    Andrew Stanton
Story by    Victoria Strouse
Story by    Bob Peterson
Producer    Lindsey Collins
Executive Producer    John Lasseter
Production Designer    Steve Pilcher
Editor    Axel Geddes
Composer    Thomas Newman
Director of Photography    Jeremy Lasky
Director of Photography    Ian Megibben
Associate Producer    Bob Roath
Art Director    Don Shanks
Visual Effects Supervisor    Chris Chapman
Casting Director    Natalie Lyon
Casting Director    Kevin Reher

2016 - Holiday Gift Guide - Part I - First-Run Releases and Franchise Box Sets

November 22nd, 2016

Finding Dory

It’s Thanksgiving weekend, which means Black Friday, Cyber Monday, and of course the first installment of our Holiday Gift Guide. This week we will tackle first run releases, as well as franchise box sets, although there aren’t many of the latter to talk about. In fact, the best movie box set of the year includes more TV shows than movies in its running time and I’ve decided to include it in our second part, which deals with TV on DVD releases. There are still a number of big first-run releases this year that are definitely worthy gifts. We are going to start with the biggest domestic hit of the year... More...

Featured Blu-ray and DVD Review: Kubo and the Two Strings

November 21st, 2016

Kubo and the Two Strings

Kubo and the Two Strings came out in the late summer and struggled at the box office, despite its nearly unanimously positive reviews. It wasn’t a bomb and was better than most Stop-Motion animated films at the box office, but that still meant it wasn’t seen by many moviegoers. Should it be seen by more? Or will it only appeal to the niche market fans of this animation style? More...

Home Market Releases for November 15th, 2016

November 15th, 2016

Game of Thrones: Season Six

There are several prime releases on this week’s Home Market report. This includes the biggest film of the week, Finding Dory, which was previously named Pick of the Week. I suspect a lot of people reading this have pre-ordered the Blu-ray already. Other contenders for Pick of the Week include Game of Thrones: Season Six and Rush: Time Stands Still on Blu-ray. I’m awarding Pick of the Week to Game of Thrones, while Rush gets Puck of the Week, for best Canadian release. More...

International Box Office: Strange More Incredible Than The Hulk with $118.7 million

November 9th, 2016

Doctor Strange

Doctor Strange added $118.7 million in 54 markets for totals of $240.4 million internationally and $325.5 million worldwide. It has already overtaken The Incredible Hulk in the MCU and is rapidly closing in on Captain America: The First Avenger. This weekend, the film debuted in first place in China with $44.12 million, including some previews, as well as in Brazil with $7.9 million. The film also expanded wide in Russia earning $8.49 million over the weekend for a total of $15.63 million. On the downside, the film has already opened in all major markets, except for Japan, where it doesn’t open until January. With what it has pulled in so far, anything less than $600 million will be seen as troubling, while anything more than $750 million will be seen as a success. More...

Home Market Releases for November 8th, 2016

November 8th, 2016

Bubba Ho-Tep

It’s not a particularly deep week for new releases. A lot of releases on this week’s list were good, but not good enough to be a contender for Pick of the Week, like Daredevil: The Complete First Season on Blu-ray. I reviewed Finding Dory this weekend, but I have already named it Pick of the Week. So the only real contender was Bubba Ho-Tep: Collector’s Edition. More...

Featured Blu-ray and DVD Review: Finding Dory

November 7th, 2016

Finding Dory

As we recently reported, Finding Dory reached $1 billion this year, becoming the third film released in 2016 to reach that milestone. Is it as good as its box office numbers would indicate? Well, it is from Pixar, so the chances of that are excellent. More...

International Box Office: Nothing Strange About Doctor’s $86.0 million International Debut

November 3rd, 2016

Doctor Strange

Doctor Strange started its international run in first place with $86.0 million in 33 markets. This is 49% better than Ant-Man’s debuts in these markets. If the film does as well here, it would earn $85 million this coming weekend. The film’s biggest international market was South Korea, where it debuted with $12.95 million on 1,500 screens over the weekend for a total opening of $18.05 million. It dominated the weekend box office there. It earned an easy first place in the U.K. with $11.29 million in 602 theaters. The film also opened in first place in France ($5.7 million); Australia ($4.90 million); Germany ($4.8 million); and Mexico ($4.67 million). If the film does as well during the rest of its international run, it will earn just over $500 million internationally. However, since its reviews are better than Ant-Man’s reviews were, it could have even better legs. We will know more this time next week. More...

International Box Office: Jack Reaches for the Top earning $31.5 million

October 27th, 2016

Jack Reacher: Never Go Back

Jack Reacher: Never Go Back opened in first place internationally with $31.5 million in 31 markets. Its biggest market was China, where it earned $5.56 million, including previews. The film’s second biggest market was in the U.K. where it earned $3.28 million in 519 theaters. This is lower than it opened here, given the relative size of the two markets, and much lower than the $5.75 million the first film opened with. Granted, that film opened in the U.K. right around Christmas, but overall Never Go Back is underperforming. This is really bad news for Paramount Pictures, as they’ve had a bad year with a number of high-profile, high-cost movies failing to break even and really can’t afford another misstep. More...

Home Market Releases for October 25th, 2016

October 24th, 2016

Finding Dory

It’s not a great week on the home market, as the biggest release of the week is the low-budget horror film, Lights Out. It is worth picking up on Blu-ray, but it is not worth the Pick of the Week title. The best film on this week’s list is Finding Dory, but it is only coming out on Video on Demand and it is worth waiting for the Blu-ray. That said, there’s no top-notch competition, so it is the Pick of the Week. More...

International Box Office: Inferno Burns Bright with $49.75 million

October 19th, 2016

Inferno

Inferno started its international run in first place with $49.75 million on 12,293 screens in 64 markets. However, its individual markets are a bit of a mess. On the low end, the film only managed second place in the U.K. with $3.62 million on 591 screens, while it also had to settle for second place in Australia with $1.73 million on 266. Given the size of those two markets, this is like opening with just under $20 million here. On the other hand, the film earned first place in Italy ($5.07 million on 679 screens); Russia ($4.81 million on 2,032); and Germany ($4.09 million on 768). Those markets suggest a $40 million to $50 million opening here. Sadly, I think the lower end is more likely here. More...

International Box Office: Peregrine Takes Down its Prey with $42.5 million

October 12th, 2016

Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children

Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children remained the top draw internationally with $42.5 million in 75 markets for totals of $94.0 million internationally and $145.2 million worldwide. The film took top spot in Russia with an opening weekend of $6.63 million on 1,185 screens. It also earned first place in France with $5.5 million. Its biggest market overall is South Korea, where it as pulled in $14.38 million, including $4.94 million on 899 screens this past weekend. More...

International Box Office: Peculiar Powers Its Way to the Top with $37.4 million

October 5th, 2016

Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children

Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children debuted in first place internationally with $37.4 million in 59 markets. The film’s biggest market was South Korea, where it earned second place with $4.43 million on 810 screens over the weekend for a total of $5.30 million. It also earned $4.43 million in 558 theaters in the U.K., which was also enough for second place in that market. The film had nearly identical results in both Mexico ($3.61 million) and in Australia ($3.07 million). The film cost $110 million to make, so it will need to make about $250 million internationally to have any real chance of breaking even in the short term. It is too soon to tell if that will happen. We will need to see more results from other markets, and more importantly, we will need to see the film’s legs as well. More...

International Box Office: Bridget Jones Celebrates Second Weekend on Top with $22.1 million

September 29th, 2016

Bridget Jones’s Baby

Bridget Jones’s Baby remained in first place with $22.1 million on 5,092 screens in 47 markets for totals of $67.42 million internationally and $84.01 million worldwide. At this pace, the film will have no trouble getting to $100 million internationally and perhaps $150 million worldwide. That's enough to pay for its $35 million production budget and perhaps all of its advertising budget as well. The film’s best new opening of the week was Italy, where it managed second place with $1.9 million on 421 screens. Its biggest market overall was the U.K. where it remained in first place with $8.39 million in 648 theaters for a two-week total of $27.59 million. It is now the biggest September release of all time in that market, topping Calendar Girls’ 13-year old record. More...

International Box Office: Bridget Jones’s Baby Bounces its way to Top Spot with $29.00 million

September 22nd, 2016

Bridget Jones’s Baby

Bridget Jones’s Baby struggled when it opened in theaters here, but it earned first place internationally with $29.00 million on 4,866 screens in 39 markets. It opened in its native U.K. with $10.53 million. This is a record opening in the U.K. for its production company, genre, and for the month of September. It is also more than it made here during its opening weekend, despite the U.K. market being five or six times smaller than the domestic market. The film also earned first place in Australia with $2.76 million on 483 screens over the weekend for a total opening of $3.68 million. This is also much better than its debut here, albeit not by as large a margin. The film cost $35 million to make and it has already made more than that worldwide. If it has legs, it will top $100 million internationally, which will be enough to cover its production budget, while it should ensure profitability, eventually. More...

International Box Office: Star Trek opens just Beyond Age Of Shadows with $16.6 million

September 14th, 2016

Star Trek Beyond

There were two films that could lay claim to top spot on the international chart. Star Trek Beyond has the better claim earning $16.6 million over the weekend in 40 markets for totals of $161.5 million internationally and $318.1 million worldwide. Its biggest debut came from Mexico, where it pulled in $1.29 million over the weekend for a four-day opening of $1.43 million. This was enough for first place. The film also remained in first place in China with $11.41 million over the weekend for a two-week total of $53.66 million. More...

International Box Office: Trek Makes Return Trip to International Chart with $37.0 million

September 7th, 2016

Star Trek Beyond

Star Trek Beyond climbed into first place for the first time in its run with $37.0 million in 40 markets for totals of $131.1 million internationally and $285.4 million worldwide. The film earned first place in China with a total opening of $30.92 million, including previews. It was not as strong in Brazil, where it earned $1.6 million on 479 screens. The film is doing well enough that it should break even, eventually, but it is not a truly monster hit. More...

International Box Office: Bourne Bounces Back with $56.2 million

August 31st, 2016

Jason Bourne

Jason Bourne returned to first place with $56.2 million on 10,247 screens in 62 markets for totals of $197.73 million internationally and $347.01 million worldwide. The film earned first place in China with $23.96 million over the weekend for a six-day opening of $49.13 million. The entire six day opening is included in the weekend number. Its total in China is already better than the lifetime totals for any other film in the franchise. The film wasn’t quite as potent in Mexico, but it still did well earning first place with $1.53 million over the weekend, which is the best opening in the franchise.

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International Box Office: Pets Claws Its way to the Top With $43.8 million

August 25th, 2016

The Secret Life of Pets

The Secret Life of Pets rose to first place with $43.8 million on 12,049 screens in 55 markets for totals of $327.20 million internationally and $674.03 million worldwide. The film opened in first place in Russia with $9.92 million in 1,284 screens over the weekend for a total opening of $16.24 million, including previews. More...

International Box Office: Suicide Slips, but Still Tops Chart with $58.7 million

August 17th, 2016

Suicide Squad

Suicide Squad saw its numbers fall dramatically, but still held onto top spot on the international chart with $58.7 million in 62 markets. The film’s totals rose to $242.5 million internationally and $465.1 million worldwide. The film’s two biggest new markets were Argentina, where it earned $2.5 million, and Italy, where it pulled in $2.15 million. Its best holdover was the U.K., where it remained in first place despite falling 62% to $5.52 million in 587 theaters for a two-week total of $28.90 million. At this pace, the film will be over $500 million worldwide before the weekend, while it is on track for $750 million worldwide in total. That should be enough to break even before its home market run. More...

International Box Office: Squad Scores $132 million Opening

August 10th, 2016

Suicide Squad

As expected, Suicide Squad easily won the international box office race pulling in $132 million in 57 markets. However, its results in individual markets were mixed when compared to its domestic opening, as well as when compared to Batman v Superman. For example, the film earned first place in Russia with $11.42 million over the weekend, while BvS opened with $7.84 million. It is also a little better than its debut here, given the size of the two markets, and the slumping rubles. On the other hand, the film managed $13.9 million in the U.K., compared to BvS’s opening of $20.66 million. Likewise, a $13.9 million opening in the U.K. is equivalent to about $90 million here, which is much less than its debut here. That’s still a huge opening, but not a monster opening. BvS finished with over $500 million internationally; if Suicide Squad finishes with just under $400 million internationally, it will break even, so the studio can’t be too upset. They could yell, “Damn the critics, full speed ahead.” and let the D.C. Extended Universe turn into another Transformers. Hit after hit, but critically reviled. More...

International Box Office: Jason is a Bourne Leader earning $50.74 million

August 4th, 2016

Jason Bourne

Jason Bourne opened in first place on the international chart with $50.74 million in 5,006 theaters in 48 markets. There were two markets that had a claim for biggest opening for the film: South Korea and the U.K. The film earned third place in South Korea with $8.02 million on 826 screens over the weekend for a total opening of $11.39 million. Meanwhile in the U.K., it earned second pace with $10.09 million in 561 theaters. The film earned first place in Australia with $5.85 million on 554 screens. Compared to the biggest hit in the franchise, The Bourne Ultimatum, these results were mixed. On the one hand, Ultimatum finished with less than $15 million in South Korea during its total run there, so an opening of over $11 million is amazing. On the other hand, Ultimatum opened with nearly $13 million in the U.K., which is close to 30% more than Jason Bourne’s opening. It will take a few more openings, plus a look at the film’s legs, to tell where it has finished. More...

International Box Office: Trace is just a Hop, Skip, and a Jump to First Place with $47.37 million

July 28th, 2016

Skiptrace

Skiptrace earned first place internationally with $47.37 million over the weekend for a total opening of $63.04 million. The film dominated the box office in its native China with $45.58 million last weekend for a four-day opening of $61.25 million. This is the best opening in Jackie Chan's career, but unfortunately, it is only getting a limited release here. More...

International Box Office: Ice Age Collides with Top Spot Earning $53.5 million

July 21st, 2016

Ice Age: Collision Course

Ice Age: Collision Course rose to first place with $53.5 million in 51 markets for an early international total of $127.0 million. The film’s biggest new market was France, where it earned first place with $7.07 million on 873 screens. That’s a pretty good opening for that market, but the previous film opened with $12.76 million in that market, so that’s a sizable drop-off. The film also earned first place in Russia with $5.85 million on 1,236, compared to $16.97 million the earlier film opened with. That’s really troubling. Meanwhile, the film had to settle for second place in the U.K. with $4.99 million in 570 theaters. (We can’t really compare openings here. The numbers we get for the U.K. are actually for the U.K., Ireland, and Malta. It’s similar to the domestic market being Canada and the States. In almost all cases this doesn’t matter, because films open in all three countries at the same time. However, Continental Drift opened in Ireland first, before expanding into the U.K., so there’s no easy way to compare the two results.) At this pace, it looks like Collision Course isn’t going to match its predecessor at the box office. However, it could fail to earn half as much worldwide and still break even on the home market. This might be the last installment in the franchise, on the other hand. More...

Weekend Estimates: Pets Keep Trophy with $50 Million to Ghostbusters’ $46 Million

July 17th, 2016

The Secret Life of Pets

After a huge amount of speculation on how it would perform at the box office, Ghostbusters is coming in right in the middle of (a very wide range of) expectations. Sony is projecting a $46 million debut for the supernatural comedy, which is far from the disaster many had feared, but some way short of the top tier. It’s also not enough for first place, even though The Secret Life of Pets will be down 52% in its second weekend. More...

Friday Estimates: Ghosts Have Lively Debut with $17.2 million

July 16th, 2016

Ghostbusters

Ghostbusters topped the box office chart on Friday with $17.2 million. This is the best opening day for the director, Paul Feig, topping his previous champ, The Heat by 25%. If this film has the same internal multiplier as The Heat, then it will earn $49 million over the weekend. This seems a little high, but not out of the question. Ghostbustersreviews are better than The Heat’s reviews were, although both films earned B+ from CinemaScore surveys. On the other hand, Ghostbusters is a remake, so that tends to make the movie more front-loaded. Look for an opening weekend of $45 million. This is right on the edge between financial success and failure. The film will need help internationally in order to break even, but it is way too soon to know if that will happen. More...

Weekend Predictions: Will the New Releases get Busted?

July 14th, 2016

Ghostbusters

This weekend is rather sparse when it comes to wide releases. Ghostbusters opens this weekend and its buzz and reviews are better than expected and it could be a huge hit. On the other hand, The Secret Life of Pets opened with more than $100 million last weekend and unless it falls more than 50% this weekend, it will remain in first place. That doesn’t feel likely at this point. On the other hand, The Infiltrator opened on Wednesday, but in less than 2,000 theaters. Its reviews are barely in the overall positive range, so it likely won’t be a major factor over the weekend. This weekend last year, Ant-Man opened in first place, pushing Minions into second place. Meanwhile, Trainwreck was a solid midlevel hit. I just don’t see 2016 being able to top that depth. More...

International Box Office: Cold War has Hot Opening with $44 million

July 13th, 2016

Cold War 2

Cold War 2 opened in first place with $44.25 million in four markets over the weekend. Nearly all of its opening came from China, where it made $44.08 million over the weekend and $44.78 million, including previews. It also opened in the U.K. earning $128,000 in 14 theaters, which is great for a limited release there. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: It’s No Secret that Life of Pets Will Get a Sequel

July 12th, 2016

The Secret Life of Pets

As expected, The Secret Life of Pets earned first place on the weekend box office chart. However, almost no one was expecting it to dominate the way that it did with $104.35 million. There are some calling this film the best opening for a non-franchise animation film, but let’s face the facts... Universal started work on two or three sequels as soon as Friday’s Estimates came in. Meanwhile, Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates has a good opening in the role of counter-programming with $16.63 million. Overall, the box office pulled in $217 million, which was 14% more than last weekend. More importantly, it is 1.3% more than the same weekend last year. Granted, this is lower than ticket price inflation, but since most people assumed the weekend would suffer a serious decline, this should be seen as a major victory. Year-to-date, 2016’s lead over 2015 grew a tiny bit hitting 2.4% at $6.00 billion to $5.86 billion. More...

Weekend Estimates: Pets Has Best Start for an Animated Franchise

July 10th, 2016

The Secret Life of Pets

The Secret Life of Pets is storming to a massive opening weekend at the box office, with Universal projecting a $103.2 million debut for the Illumination Entertainment animated film. That’s just shy of the $115.7 million made by Minions this weekend last year, and the best opening ever by a non-sequel or spin-off animated film. This performance is particularly significant for Illumination, because it’s their first blockbuster from outside the Despicable Me universe. More...

Thursday Night Previews: Are Pets On Pace for $80 million after $5.3 million Previews?

July 8th, 2016

Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates

The Secret Life of Pets earned $5.3 million during its previews last night. This is not as much as the $6.24 million Minions made last year. It is higher than the $4.7 million Despicable Me 2 earned. (Despicable Me opened before previews were standard and only pulled in $590,000.) Its reviews have slipped to 76% positive, but that’s still good enough to suggest good legs. $80 million is more likely now than it was yesterday, but direct competition could prevent that from happening. More...

Weekend Predictions: Secret Hopes to be Exposed to Audiences

July 7th, 2016

The Secret Life of Pets

It should be a good weekend at the box office, at least for The Secret Life of Pets. The film is earning great reviews and should become the biggest hit of the month. There is one downside: the competition. There are a lot of options for families among the films currently in theaters, plus another movie from a long-running franchise opening soon. Also opening this week is Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates, which is an R-rated comedy hoping to survive in the counter-programming role. It could become a midlevel hit, or it could fail to open in the top five. This weekend last year, Minions opened with $115.72 million. The Secret Life of Pets is not going to top that. 2016 has better depth, but likely not by enough to win in the year-over-year comparison. More...

International Box Office: Independence Day tops Chart, Dory Reaches $500 million Milestone

July 7th, 2016

Independence Day: Resurgence

Independence Day: Resurgence remained in first place on the international chart with $40.2 million in 64 markets for totals of $177.0 million internationally and $249.9 million worldwide. Its biggest new market was Spain, where it earned $1.7 million. Meanwhile, its biggest holdovers were China ($11.64 million over the weekend for a two-week total of $66.67 million) and the U.K. ($2.69 million in 603 theaters for a two-week total of $12.16 million). Overall, the movie is doing fine, but the film set up an obvious sequel, so the studio was obviously hoping for more than just fine. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Dory Wins with $51.44 million, but Tarzan has Near Legendary Opening

July 6th, 2016

Finding Dory

The Fourth of July weekend went very well as two of the three new releases beat expectations. However, none of them were able to top Finding Dory, which earned its third win in a row. The Legend of Tarzan was very close in second place, which surprised a lot of analysts, but there might be a logical reason for its success. The Purge: Election Year more than tripled its production budget during its opening three-day weekend, so there’s no chance the studio isn’t giddy over that. The only real disappointment was The BFG, which got lost in the crowd. The overall box office was up from last week, which is a pleasant surprise. Granted, it grew by just under 1.0% to $192 million over the three-day weekend. More importantly, it was 41% higher than the same three-day weekend last year. Add in Monday, and the year-to-date lead rose to $120 million or 2.2% at $5.71 billion to $5.58 billion. More...

Weekend Estimates: Dory wins 3-Horse July 4 Race

July 3rd, 2016

Finding-Dory

Three new movies entered the race for box office glory this July 4 weekend. One, The BFG, fell at the first hurdle. One of the other two, The Legend of Tarzan is disappointing, but not disastrous. The third, The Purge: Election Year, won the night on Friday and is headed to a great debut. But, in the end, none were a match for the third weekend of Finding Dory. More...

Weekend Predictions: Dory Looks to Complete Threepeat, while BFG looks for a Big Opening

June 30th, 2016

The BFG

It's the first weekend of July, which means I should probably start the monthly preview. (I'm kidding. Although, I did have a computer crash this morning and lost a few hours of work. Save early. Save often.) Like last week, Finding Dory should earn first place over the weekend, while there are a trio of wide releases hoping to take advantage of the holiday. The BFG is the biggest in terms of box office potential. The Legend of Tarzan is the biggest in terms of production budget. Finally, The Purge: Election Year is the biggest in terms of profitability. This weekend last year, Inside Out climbed over Jurassic World for first place, as both films earned just under $30 million, Finding Dory will make almost that much combined. More...

International Box Office: Independence Day gets Tricked out of Top Spot in China

June 30th, 2016

Independence Day: Resurgence

Independence Day: Resurgence started its international run in first place with $102.1 million in 57 markets. That's the good news. That bad news is that its biggest market was China, where it only managed second place with $36.09 million, including previews. In most of the rest of the world, the film did no better than it did here, relative to the size of the market. South Korea helped it out with a first place, $5.45 million opening on 926 screens over the weekend for a total opening of $7.49 million. It opened in second place in the U.K. with $6.91 million in 610 theaters, which is no better than its opening here. The film cost a lot to make, so it needs to do better than this to be seen as a financial hit. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Dory Defeats Alien Invasion with $72.96 million

June 28th, 2016

Finding Dory

As predicted, Finding Dory repeated as the box office champion and came very close to matching our prediction with $72.96 million over the weekend. This is well above Independence Day: Resurgence's opening of $41.04 million. The Shallows was great as a low-budget horror film. The other two films... let's not talk about them. Overall, the box office fell 19% from last weekend to $188 million; however, this is to be expected, given how big Finding Dory opened. The weekend box office was even better than the same weekend last year, albeit by only 2.3%, which is not enough to keep up with inflation. Likewise, the year-over-year comparison is not great either. 2016 still leads 2015, but only by $5.38 billion to $5.31 billion, which is a lead of just 1.2%. Hopefully this weekend's win is a sign of things turning around, but I'm not so sure of that. More...

Weekend Estimates: Independence Day is Fish Food

June 26th, 2016

Finding-Dory

Independence Day: Resurgence is getting crushed at the box office this weekend, thanks in part to a strong second weekend for Finding Dory, but mostly because it failed where the original succeeded. Back in 1996, Independence Day pretty much invented the event movie, as it became the film everyone wanted to watch over the July 4 holiday weekend. Its $50.2 million 3-day weekend fell fractionally short of the then-record $52.8 million earned by Batman Forever over its opening weekend in June, 1995, but the $96.1 million it earned over its first five days was unprecedented. Resurgence had a storied past to live up to, and is falling well short. More...

Thursday Night Previews: Independence Day Doesn't Really Surge

June 24th, 2016

Independence Day: Resurgence

Independence Day: Resurgence started its box office run with $4 million during Thursday previews. That's not good. That's twice as much as the $2 million Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows earned a few weeks ago, but half as much as the $8.2 million X-Men: Apocalypse earned the week before that. It is identical to Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation, which opened last summer. If you compare its opening to all three films, taking into account Out of the Shadows' younger target audience and Apocalypse's Fanboy nature, then Resurgence will likely opened with between $50 million and $60 million. Hopefully it is performing better internationally. More...

Weekend Predictions: Will New Releases Challenge Top Spot? Or Will Dory just Keep Swimming?

June 23rd, 2016

Independence Day: Resurgence

This is the last weekend in June and there are three wide releases hoping to challenge Finding Dory for top spot. I don’t think any of them will come close. Independence Day: Resurgence is the only new release with a shot at first place and it should come out on top on Friday. It better win on Friday, or the month will end on a soft note. The Shallows and Free State of Jones will be fighting for fourth place. The Shallows cost less than $20 million, so a fourth place finish wouldn’t be a bad start. On the other hand, Free State of Jones cost $65 million to make, so a fourth place finish would be a disaster. Also opening this week is The Neon Demon. It isn’t opening wide, but it is opening wide enough to compete for a slot in the top ten. This weekend last year, there were two wide releases that earned less than $50 million combined. On the other hand, the top two films, Jurassic World and Inside Out both earned more than $50 million. Can the top four this year out-earn the top four last year? I think they can. We might get an actual win in the year-over-year comparison. More...

International Box Office: Dory Earns $50 Million to Dump Warcraft

June 22nd, 2016

Finding Dory

Finding Dory started its international run in first place with $50.0 million in 29 markets. Its biggest market was China, where it earned second place with 18.15 million over the weekend and $18.18 million including previews. This is not a lot of money compared to last week's winner; however, China is not a market that is kind to animated films. Before this year, no animated movie had earned more than $100 million in China and the current record is held by Zootopia at $235.77 million. Zootopia only made $23.99 million during its opening weekend in China, so this isn't a bad start for Finding Dory. Additionally, Finding Dory doubled Zootopia's opening in Australia with $7.63 million on 524 screens. It also performed very well in Argentina ($3.5 million) and in Russia ($3.25 million on 1,220 screens). It is still too early to tell if Finding Dory will top $1 billion worldwide, but this start gives box office watchers a reason to be optimistic. More...

Contest: Remember Me: Winning Announcement

June 22nd, 2016

Finding Dory

The winners of our Remember Me contest were determined and the entrants with the closest predictions for Finding Dory opening weekend were... More...

Theater Averages: Dory Finds Her Way to the Top with $31,373

June 21st, 2016

Finding Dory

Finding Dory not only earned first place on the weekend box office chart, but it also earned first place on the theater average chart with $31,373 per theater. Homeless Billionaire was next with $19,771 in its lone theater. Tickled earned an average of $10,949 in two theaters. Meanwhile, Central Intelligence was right behind with an average of $10,130. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Dory Dominates with $135.06 Million, Central is Solid with $35.54 Million

June 21st, 2016

Finding-Dory

In our prediction column, I said I wanted the top two films to earn a combined total of $150 million to $170 million. Finding Dory's and Central Intelligence's combined opening weekend was $170.60 million. The overall box office was 53% higher than last weekend at $233 million. However, this was still 6.3% lower than the same weekend last year. Finding Dory did do better than either Jurassic World or Inside Out individually, but couldn't compete with their combined totals. 2016 is still ahead of 2015, but its lead was cut by a third at $150 million or 3.1%. That said, 2016 hit $5 billion a week faster than 2015 did and its lead of $5.06 billion to $4.91 billion is still substantial. More...

Weekend Estimates: Finding Dory Surges to Biggest Animated Opening with $136.2 Million

June 19th, 2016

Finding-Dory

Finding Dory is rewriting the record books this weekend, posting the biggest weekend ever for an animated film. Disney is projecting a total of $136.18 million in its first three days, which will easily break the record of $121.6 million set by Shrek the Third back in 2007. The previous top mark for a Pixar movie was Toy Story 3’s $110.3 million. With an A CinemaScore (for the 17th time straight for Pixar, per Disney), and 95% positive reviews on Rotten Tomatoes, the film should enjoy Pixar’s traditional good legs. In the Summer, that has meant a ratio between opening and final box office of somewhere between 3 and 4, which points towards a final box office somewhere between $400 million and $520 million for the fish pic. By way of comparison Finding Nemo earned $518 million, adjusted for inflation. More...

Thursday Night Previews: Dory Sets Pixar Record, Intelligence Right on the Money

June 17th, 2016

Finding-Dory

Finding Dory. Finding Dory started its box office run by setting a Pixar record with $9.2 million at preview shows. This beats the old record of $4.0 million held by Toy Story 3. However, that film came out six years ago and midnight showings were not industry standard back then so it is hard to judge. On the other hand, the film also set the record for an animated film, which was previously set last year by Minions at $6.2 million. Finding Dory is also the biggest midnight hit for a family film so far this year, topping The Jungle Book, which earned $4.2 million. At this pace, a $100 million opening seems very likely and a record-breaking opening, for an animated film, is still the goal. More...

Weekend Predictions: Will Audience Find Dory? Is Seeing Central Intelligence the Smart Thing to do?

June 16th, 2016

Finding-Dory

This weekend should be the best weekend in June, led by Finding Dory. Finding Dory should easily be the biggest hit of the month, one of the biggest hits of the year, and the fastest opening film in Pixar's history. On the other hand, Central Intelligence is just hoping for a solid second place opening in its role as counter-programming. If it hits $30 million, then the studio will be very happy. This weekend last year, Jurassic World led the way with $106.59 million, while Inside Out opened in second place with $90.44 million. 2016 is going to lose more ground to 2015. I just hope they keep it close. I will be happy if Finding Dory and Central Intelligence earned a combined $150 million to $170 million. More...

Contest: Scared Silly: Winning Announcement

June 15th, 2016

The Conjuring 2: The Enfield Poltergeist

The winners of our Scared Silly contest were determined and the entrants with the closest predictions for The Conjuring 2: The Enfield Poltergeist opening weekend were... More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Conjuring Conquers Competition with $40.41 million

June 14th, 2016

The Conjuring 2: The Enfield Poltergeist

As anticipated, The Conjuring 2: The Enfield Poltergeist led the weekend box office with ease pulling in $40.41 million. The second place film, Warcraft, earned 40% less. Now You See Me 2 only managed third place and it will need a lot of help to break even. The overall box office was $152 million, which is 13% more than last weekend. However, it was also more than $100 million less than this weekend last year. Normally a 44% collapse like this only happens when there is a misalignment in holidays. In this case, it's because of Jurassic World. 2016 is still ahead of 2015 by a substantial margin at $4.76 billion to $4.54 billion. 2016's lead is now 4.8%, more than a full percentage point lower than it was this time last week, but hopefully Finding Dory will help prevent a similar descent this week. More...

Weekend Estimates: Conjuring Top at Home, Warcraft Dominates in China

June 12th, 2016

The Conjuring 2: The Enfield Poltergeist

This weekend’s box office is a tale of two continents. In North America, The Conjuring 2 is off to a great start, easily winning the weekend with $40.35 million, and averaging over $10,000 per theater. In Asia—China to be specific—Warcraft has made a record-breaking debut. Its domestic prospects look horrible though, with just $24.36 million expected for the weekend. More...

Contest: Remember Me

June 9th, 2016

Finding Dory

Next week, there are two wide releases debuting in theaters: Finding Dory and Central Intelligence. I think Central Intelligence is going to be a hit earning more than $100 million domestically and could spawn a sequel as a result. On the other hand, Finding Dory could earn more than $100 million opening weekend and it is the only real 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 Finding Dory.

Whoever comes the closest to predicting the film's opening 3-day weekend box office (Friday to Sunday), without going over, will win a Frankenprize of previously reviewed DVD and / or Blu-rays. I grabbed a few more boxes from storage, so we can do winner's choice again. The choices are, two movies, one TV on DVD release, three single-disc kids DVDs, or two items from the mystery box. 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 Frankenprize, as described above. Finally, we will be choosing an entrant from the group of people who haven't won, or haven't won recently, and they will win the final Frankenprize.

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

2016 Preview: June

June 1st, 2016

Finding Dory

May was great, as long as you don't compare it to last May. Captain America: Civil War was a monster hit and is closing in on $400 million, while both X-Men: Apocalypse and The Angry Birds Movie will earn over $100 million. Looking ahead, every week in June, there is one movie that should top $100 million; however, only Finding Dory is expected to make more than $200 million. In fact, that film is expected to make close to $400 million domestically and over $1 billion worldwide. Last June, there were two monster hits, Inside Out and Jurassic World, plus one $100 million hit, Spy. I don't see how 2016 will top that. Even if every film with a shot at $100 million gets to that milestone, 2016 still might not top last year's pace. Fortunately, 2016 does have a large lead and that could be enough to keep 2016 ahead of 2015's pace in the year-over-year competition. It could be really close at the end of the month, on the other hand. 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.

Compare this performance with other movies…

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2016/06/17 1 $135,060,273   4,305 $31,373   $135,060,273 3
2016/06/24 1 $72,959,954 -46% 4,305 $16,948   $286,277,856 10
2016/07/01 1 $41,817,176 -43% 4,305 $9,714   $372,166,778 17
2016/07/08 3 $20,817,949 -50% 3,871 $5,378   $423,047,192 24
2016/07/15 4 $11,281,179 -46% 3,536 $3,190   $445,745,629 31
2016/07/22 6 $7,234,806 -36% 2,576 $2,809   $460,213,925 38
2016/07/29 9 $4,322,747 -40% 1,733 $2,494   $469,115,677 45
2016/08/05 11 $1,957,734 -55% 1,122 $1,745   $473,872,375 52
2016/08/12 14 $1,312,219 -33% 1,631 $805   $476,725,279 59
2016/08/19 17 $907,012 -31% 450 $2,016   $478,436,176 66
2016/08/26 18 $632,138 -30% 345 $1,832   $479,600,783 73
2016/09/02 17 $2,055,852 +225% 2,075 $991   $481,976,921 80
2016/09/09 23 $419,113 -80% 490 $855   $483,550,190 87
2016/09/16 26 $292,000 -30% 292 $1,000   $483,931,392 94
2016/09/23 27 $194,444 -33% 197 $987   $484,192,130 101
2016/09/30 27 $146,104 -25% 139 $1,051   $484,393,217 108
2016/10/07 20 $327,182 +124% 207 $1,581   $484,761,750 115
2016/10/14 23 $271,922 -17% 189 $1,439   $485,176,503 122
2016/10/21 27 $221,459 -19% 183 $1,210   $485,485,861 129
2016/10/28 32 $138,036 -38% 165 $837   $485,684,472 136
2016/11/04 28 $153,774 +11% 160 $961   $485,885,200 143
2016/11/11 31 $149,354 -3% 140 $1,067   $486,082,363 150
2016/11/18 37 $75,081 -50% 121 $621   $486,188,497 157
2016/11/25 44 $43,261 -42% 78 $555   $486,276,316 164
2016/12/02 54 $8,411 -81% 34 $247   $486,292,984 171

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2016/06/17 1 $54,746,405   4,305 $12,717   $54,746,405 1
2016/06/18 1 $45,644,471 -17% 4,305 $10,603   $100,390,876 2
2016/06/19 1 $34,669,397 -24% 4,305 $8,053   $135,060,273 3
2016/06/20 1 $19,571,283 -44% 4,305 $4,546   $154,631,556 4
2016/06/21 1 $23,192,485 +19% 4,305 $5,387   $177,824,041 5
2016/06/22 1 $18,085,347 -22% 4,305 $4,201   $195,909,388 6
2016/06/23 1 $17,408,514 -4% 4,305 $4,044   $213,317,902 7
2016/06/24 1 $23,203,026 +33% 4,305 $5,390   $236,520,928 8
2016/06/25 1 $27,735,155 +20% 4,305 $6,443   $264,256,083 9
2016/06/26 1 $22,021,773 -21% 4,305 $5,115   $286,277,856 10
2016/06/27 1 $10,222,138 -54% 4,305 $2,374   $296,499,994 11
2016/06/28 1 $14,666,974 +43% 4,305 $3,407   $311,166,968 12
2016/06/29 1 $10,414,502 -29% 4,305 $2,419   $321,581,470 13
2016/06/30 1 $8,768,132 -16% 4,305 $2,037   $330,349,602 14
2016/07/01 3 $13,544,648 +54% 4,305 $3,146   $343,894,250 15
2016/07/02 1 $14,995,286 +11% 4,305 $3,483   $358,889,536 16
2016/07/03 1 $13,277,242 -11% 4,305 $3,084   $372,166,778 17
2016/07/04 1 $9,619,207 -28% 4,305 $2,234   $381,785,985 18
2016/07/05 1 $8,203,206 -15% 4,305 $1,906   $389,989,191 19
2016/07/06 1 $6,382,911 -22% 4,305 $1,483   $396,372,102 20
2016/07/07 1 $5,857,141 -8% 4,305 $1,361   $402,229,243 21
2016/07/08 3 $6,284,209 +7% 3,871 $1,623   $408,513,452 22
2016/07/09 3 $8,285,770 +32% 3,871 $2,140   $416,799,222 23
2016/07/10 3 $6,247,970 -25% 3,871 $1,614   $423,047,192 24
2016/07/11 2 $2,617,896 -58% 3,871 $676   $425,665,088 25
2016/07/12 2 $3,557,130 +36% 3,871 $919   $429,222,218 26
2016/07/13 2 $2,647,561 -26% 3,871 $684   $431,869,779 27
2016/07/14 2 $2,594,671 -2% 3,871 $670   $434,464,450 28
2016/07/15 4 $3,310,593 +28% 3,536 $936   $437,775,043 29
2016/07/16 4 $4,411,116 +33% 3,536 $1,247   $442,186,159 30
2016/07/17 3 $3,559,470 -19% 3,536 $1,007   $445,745,629 31
2016/07/18 3 $1,718,148 -52% 3,536 $486   $447,463,777 32
2016/07/19 3 $2,302,402 +34% 3,536 $651   $449,766,179 33
2016/07/20 3 $1,643,489 -29% 3,536 $465   $451,409,668 34
2016/07/21 4 $1,569,451 -5% 3,536 $444   $452,979,119 35
2016/07/22 6 $2,076,281 +32% 2,576 $806   $455,055,400 36
2016/07/23 6 $2,873,879 +38% 2,576 $1,116   $457,929,279 37
2016/07/24 6 $2,284,646 -21% 2,576 $887   $460,213,925 38
2016/07/25 7 $1,145,093 -50% 2,576 $445   $461,359,018 39
2016/07/26 6 $1,406,282 +23% 2,576 $546   $462,765,300 40
2016/07/27 7 $1,038,228 -26% 2,500 $415   $463,803,528 41
2016/07/28 7 $989,402 -5% 2,500 $396   $464,792,930 42
2016/07/29 9 $1,196,047 +21% 1,733 $690   $465,988,977 43
2016/07/30 9 $1,642,892 +37% 1,733 $948   $467,631,869 44
2016/07/31 9 $1,483,808 -10% 1,733 $856   $469,115,677 45
2016/08/01 9 $731,726 -51% 1,733 $422   $469,847,403 46
2016/08/02 9 $867,653 +19% 1,733 $501   $470,715,056 47
2016/08/03 9 $647,437 -25% 1,733 $374   $471,362,493 48
2016/08/04 9 $552,148 -15% 1,733 $319   $471,914,641 49
2016/08/05 11 $511,319 -7% 1,122 $456   $472,425,960 50
2016/08/06 11 $797,928 +56% 1,122 $711   $473,223,888 51
2016/08/07 11 $648,487 -19% 1,122 $578   $473,872,375 52
2016/08/08 11 $334,918 -48% 1,122 $299   $474,207,293 53
2016/08/09 11 $446,593 +33% 1,122 $398   $474,653,886 54
2016/08/10 11 $410,075 -8% 1,122 $365   $475,063,961 55
2016/08/11 11 $349,099 -15% 1,122 $311   $475,413,060 56
2016/08/12 15 $372,636 +7% 1,631 $228   $475,785,696 57
2016/08/13 14 $555,039 +49% 1,631 $340   $476,340,735 58
2016/08/14 14 $384,544 -31% 1,631 $236   $476,725,279 59
2016/08/15 14 $198,232 -48% 1,631 $122   $476,923,511 60
2016/08/16 14 $253,507 +28% 1,631 $155   $477,177,018 61
2016/08/17 14 $187,144 -26% 1,631 $115   $477,364,162 62
2016/08/18 14 $165,002 -12% 1,631 $101   $477,529,164 63
2016/08/19 - $266,927 +62% 450 $593   $477,796,091 64
2016/08/20 - $391,906 +47% 450 $871   $478,187,997 65
2016/08/21 - $248,179 -37% 450 $552   $478,436,176 66
2016/08/22 - $130,124 -48% 450 $289   $478,566,300 67
2016/08/23 - $148,090 +14% 450 $329   $478,714,390 68
2016/08/24 15 $130,463 -12% 450 $290   $478,844,853 69
2016/08/25 14 $123,792 -5% 450 $275   $478,968,645 70
2016/08/26 - $163,745 +32% 345 $475   $479,132,390 71
2016/08/27 - $294,391 +80% 345 $853   $479,426,781 72
2016/08/28 - $174,002 -41% 345 $504   $479,600,783 73
2016/08/29 - $72,396 -58% 345 $210   $479,673,179 74
2016/08/30 - $92,123 +27% 345 $267   $479,765,302 75
2016/08/31 - $80,272 -13% 345 $233   $479,845,574 76
2016/09/01 - $75,495 -6% 345 $219   $479,921,069 77
2016/09/02 - $406,615 +439% 2,075 $196   $480,327,684 78
2016/09/03 - $804,193 +98% 2,075 $388   $481,131,877 79
2016/09/04 15 $845,044 +5% 2,075 $407   $481,976,921 80
2016/09/05 14 $876,149 +4% 2,075 $422   $482,853,070 81
2016/09/06 - $121,108 -86% 2,075 $58   $482,974,178 82
2016/09/07 - $84,620 -30% 2,075 $41   $483,058,798 83
2016/09/08 - $72,279 -15% 2,075 $35   $483,131,077 84
2016/09/09 - $93,448 +29% 490 $191   $483,224,525 85
2016/09/10 - $208,626 +123% 490 $426   $483,433,151 86
2016/09/11 - $117,039 -44% 490 $239   $483,550,190 87
2016/09/12 - $22,605 -81% 490 $46   $483,572,795 88
2016/09/13 - $24,987 +11% 490 $51   $483,597,782 89
2016/09/14 - $21,124 -15% 490 $43   $483,618,906 90
2016/09/15 - $20,486 -3% 490 $42   $483,639,392 91
2016/09/16 - $65,326 +219% 292 $224   $483,704,718 92
2016/09/17 - $147,420 +126% 292 $505   $483,852,138 93
2016/09/18 - $79,254 -46% 292 $271   $483,931,392 94
2016/09/19 - $15,907 -80% 292 $54   $483,947,299 95
2016/09/20 - $19,651 +24% 292 $67   $483,966,950 96
2016/09/21 - $15,340 -22% 292 $53   $483,982,290 97
2016/09/22 - $15,396 n/c 292 $53   $483,997,686 98
2016/09/23 - $47,474 +208% 197 $241   $484,045,160 99
2016/09/24 - $91,435 +93% 197 $464   $484,136,595 100
2016/09/25 - $55,535 -39% 197 $282   $484,192,130 101
2016/09/26 - $14,166 -74% 197 $72   $484,206,296 102
2016/09/27 - $15,562 +10% 197 $79   $484,221,858 103
2016/09/28 - $13,091 -16% 197 $66   $484,234,949 104
2016/09/29 - $12,164 -7% 197 $62   $484,247,113 105
2016/09/30 - $29,423 +142% 139 $212   $484,276,536 106
2016/10/01 - $74,048 +152% 139 $533   $484,350,584 107
2016/10/02 - $42,633 -42% 139 $307   $484,393,217 108
2016/10/03 - $9,870 -77% 139 $71   $484,403,087 109
2016/10/04 - $10,069 +2% 139 $72   $484,413,156 110
2016/10/05 - $10,015 -1% 139 $72   $484,423,171 111
2016/10/06 - $11,397 +14% 139 $82   $484,434,568 112
2016/10/07 - $82,936 +628% 207 $401   $484,517,504 113
2016/10/08 - $145,435 +75% 207 $703   $484,662,939 114
2016/10/09 - $98,811 -32% 207 $477   $484,761,750 115
2016/10/10 - $57,215 -42% 207 $276   $484,818,965 116
2016/10/11 - $30,457 -47% 207 $147   $484,849,422 117
2016/10/12 - $27,602 -9% 207 $133   $484,877,024 118
2016/10/13 - $27,557 n/c 207 $133   $484,904,581 119
2016/10/14 - $71,187 +158% 189 $377   $484,975,768 120
2016/10/15 - $120,398 +69% 189 $637   $485,096,166 121
2016/10/16 - $80,337 -33% 189 $425   $485,176,503 122
2016/10/17 - $20,610 -74% 189 $109   $485,197,113 123
2016/10/18 - $20,350 -1% 189 $108   $485,217,463 124
2016/10/19 - $18,770 -8% 189 $99   $485,236,233 125
2016/10/20 - $28,169 +50% 189 $149   $485,264,402 126
2016/10/21 - $63,294 +125% 183 $346   $485,327,696 127
2016/10/22 - $96,891 +53% 183 $529   $485,424,587 128
2016/10/23 - $61,274 -37% 183 $335   $485,485,861 129
2016/10/24 - $15,239 -75% 183 $83   $485,501,100 130
2016/10/25 - $15,270 n/c 183 $83   $485,516,370 131
2016/10/26 - $14,643 -4% 183 $80   $485,531,013 132
2016/10/27 - $15,423 +5% 183 $84   $485,546,436 133
2016/10/28 - $35,015 +127% 165 $212   $485,581,451 134
2016/10/29 - $59,894 +71% 165 $363   $485,641,345 135
2016/10/30 - $43,127 -28% 165 $261   $485,684,472 136
2016/10/31 - $12,019 -72% 165 $73   $485,696,491 137
2016/11/01 - $11,810 -2% 165 $72   $485,708,301 138
2016/11/02 - $10,011 -15% 165 $61   $485,718,312 139
2016/11/03 - $13,114 +31% 165 $79   $485,731,426 140
2016/11/04 - $35,460 +170% 160 $222   $485,766,886 141
2016/11/05 - $74,697 +111% 160 $467   $485,841,583 142
2016/11/06 - $43,617 -42% 160 $273   $485,885,200 143
2016/11/07 - $9,556 -78% 160 $60   $485,894,756 144
2016/11/08 - $14,685 +54% 160 $92   $485,909,441 145
2016/11/09 - $8,910 -39% 160 $56   $485,918,351 146
2016/11/10 - $14,658 +65% 160 $92   $485,933,009 147
2016/11/11 - $52,058 +255% 140 $372   $485,985,067 148
2016/11/12 - $65,118 +25% 140 $465   $486,050,185 149
2016/11/13 - $32,178 -51% 140 $230   $486,082,363 150
2016/11/14 - $6,344 -80% 140 $45   $486,088,707 151
2016/11/15 - $9,347 +47% 140 $67   $486,098,054 152
2016/11/16 - $7,247 -22% 140 $52   $486,105,301 153
2016/11/17 - $8,115 +12% 140 $58   $486,113,416 154
2016/11/18 - $16,128 +99% 121 $133   $486,129,544 155
2016/11/19 - $34,072 +111% 121 $282   $486,163,616 156
2016/11/20 - $24,881 -27% 121 $206   $486,188,497 157
2016/11/21 - $11,440 -54% 121 $95   $486,199,937 158
2016/11/22 - $14,539 +27% 121 $120   $486,214,476 159
2016/11/23 - $11,670 -20% 78 $150   $486,226,146 160
2016/11/24 - $6,909 -41% 78 $89   $486,233,055 161
2016/11/25 - $15,977 +131% 78 $205   $486,249,032 162
2016/11/26 - $16,378 +3% 78 $210   $486,265,410 163
2016/11/27 - $10,906 -33% 78 $140   $486,276,316 164
2016/11/28 - $1,979 -82% 78 $25   $486,278,295 165
2016/11/29 - $2,301 +16% 78 $30   $486,280,596 166
2016/11/30 - $1,957 -15% 78 $25   $486,282,553 167
2016/12/01 - $2,020 +3% 78 $26   $486,284,573 168
2016/12/02 - $1,652 -18% 34 $49   $486,286,225 169
2016/12/03 - $3,869 +134% 34 $114   $486,290,094 170
2016/12/04 - $2,890 -25% 34 $85   $486,292,984 171
2016/12/05 - $586 -80% 34 $17   $486,293,570 172
2016/12/06 - $777 +33% 34 $23   $486,294,347 173

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2016/06/17 1 $213,317,902   4,305 $49,551   $213,317,902 7
2016/06/24 1 $117,031,700 -45% 4,305 $27,185   $330,349,602 14
2016/07/01 1 $71,879,641 -39% 4,305 $16,697   $402,229,243 21
2016/07/08 2 $32,235,207 -55% 3,871 $8,327   $434,464,450 28
2016/07/15 3 $18,514,669 -43% 3,536 $5,236   $452,979,119 35
2016/07/22 6 $11,813,811 -36% 2,500 $4,726   $464,792,930 42
2016/07/29 9 $7,121,711 -40% 1,733 $4,109   $471,914,641 49
2016/08/05 11 $3,498,419 -51% 1,122 $3,118   $475,413,060 56
2016/08/12 14 $2,116,104 -40% 1,631 $1,297   $477,529,164 63
2016/08/19 17 $1,439,481 -32% 450 $3,199   $478,968,645 70
2016/08/26 17 $952,424 -34% 345 $2,761   $479,921,069 77
2016/09/02 17 $3,210,008 +237% 2,075 $1,547   $483,131,077 84
2016/09/09 23 $508,315 -84% 490 $1,037   $483,639,392 91
2016/09/16 26 $358,294 -30% 292 $1,227   $483,997,686 98
2016/09/23 30 $249,427 -30% 197 $1,266   $484,247,113 105
2016/09/30 29 $187,455 -25% 139 $1,349   $484,434,568 112
2016/10/07 21 $470,013 +151% 207 $2,271   $484,904,581 119
2016/10/14 23 $359,821 -23% 189 $1,904   $485,264,402 126
2016/10/21 27 $282,034 -22% 183 $1,541   $485,546,436 133
2016/10/28 30 $184,990 -34% 165 $1,121   $485,731,426 140
2016/11/04 29 $201,583 +9% 160 $1,260   $485,933,009 147
2016/11/11 31 $180,407 -11% 140 $1,289   $486,113,416 154
2016/11/18 42 $119,639 -34% 78 $1,534   $486,233,055 161
2016/11/25 43 $51,518 -57% 78 $660   $486,284,573 168

Box Office Summary Per Territory

Territory Release
Date
Opening
Weekend
Opening
Weekend
Theaters
Maximum
Theaters
Theatrical
Engagements
Total
Box Office
Report
Date
Argentina 6/17/2016 $3,500,000 0 0 0 $17,200,000 8/29/2016
Australia 6/17/2016 $7,627,775 524 543 3380 $36,200,000 10/24/2016
Brazil 7/1/2016 $7,100,000 0 0 0 $34,500,000 10/24/2016
Bulgaria 6/17/2016 $70,800 0 0 0 $390,745 9/23/2016
China 6/16/2016 $18,060,000 60679 60679 91536 $38,400,000 10/24/2016
Colombia 6/24/2016 $0 0 0 0 $7,600,000 7/11/2016
Czech Republic 6/16/2016 $460,001 120 120 756 $2,042,833 9/30/2016
Denmark 8/26/2016 $400,000 0 0 0 $400,000 8/29/2016
Finland 8/26/2016 $200,000 0 0 0 $200,000 8/29/2016
France 6/24/2016 $0 0 0 0 $21,800,000 10/24/2016
Germany 9/29/2016 $0 0 0 0 $29,400,000 10/24/2016
Hong Kong 7/12/2016 $1,900,000 0 0 0 $2,800,000 7/18/2016
Indonesia 6/24/2016 $0 0 0 0 $4,600,000 6/27/2016
Italy 9/16/2016 $6,211,056 0 0 0 $16,419,641 11/2/2016
Japan 7/16/2016 $6,300,000 0 0 0 $66,000,000 10/24/2016
Lithuania 8/19/2016 $29,855 203 203 741 $164,490 10/19/2016
Mexico 7/15/2016 $9,569,705 0 0 0 $24,800,000 10/24/2016
Netherlands 6/29/2016 $1,687,838 142 150 2169 $9,741,622 10/26/2016
New Zealand 6/17/2016 $130,271 40 136 1060 $5,157,615 9/6/2016
Norway 8/26/2016 $600,000 0 0 0 $600,000 8/29/2016
Panama 6/24/2016 $0 0 0 0 $6,800,000 7/11/2016
Philippines 6/24/2016 $0 0 0 0 $4,100,000 6/27/2016
Portugal 6/24/2016 $326,826 90 94 651 $2,206,789 12/1/2016
Russia (CIS) 6/17/2016 $3,248,448 1220 1220 4585 $9,200,000 8/1/2016
Slovakia 6/16/2016 $340,984 71 71 392 $1,549,521 9/8/2016
Slovenia 6/17/2016 $30,452 33 33 157 $145,295 10/3/2016
South Korea 7/2/2016 $6,274,760 1091 1091 3130 $18,200,000 10/24/2016
Spain 6/24/2016 $3,221,434 920 920 4418 $18,660,504 12/2/2016
Sweden 8/26/2016 $1,400,000 0 0 0 $1,400,000 8/29/2016
Taiwan 7/8/2016 $1,900,000 0 0 0 $1,900,000 7/11/2016
Turkey 9/2/2016 $466,361 285 305 1618 $2,153,367 11/30/2016
United Kingdom 7/29/2016 $10,777,700 588 638 7023 $51,786,684 11/2/2016
 
Rest of World $99,917,064
 
International Total$536,436,170 12/2/2016

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