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Get Out (2017)

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Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $137,671,105Details
International Box Office $2,954,047Details
Worldwide Box Office $140,625,152
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Now that Chris and his girlfriend, Rose, have reached the meet-the-parents milestone of dating, she invites him for a weekend getaway upstate with Missy and Dean. At first, Chris reads the family’s overly accommodating behavior as nervous attempts to deal with their daughter’s interracial relationship, but as the weekend progresses, a series of increasingly disturbing discoveries lead him to a truth that he could have never imagined.


Latest Ranking on Cumulative Box Office Lists

All Time Domestic Box Office 376 $137,671,105
All Time International Box Office 4,616 $2,954,047
All Time Worldwide Box Office 1,032 $140,625,152
All Time Domestic Box Office for R Movies 62 $137,671,105
All Time International Box Office for R Movies 1,422 $2,954,047
All Time Worldwide Box Office for R Movies 263 $140,625,152

See the Box Office tab (Domestic) and International tab (International and Worldwide) for more Cumulative Box Office Records.

Movie Details

Production Budget:$5,000,000
Domestic Releases: February 24th, 2017 (Wide) by Universal
International Releases: March 10th, 2017 (Wide) (Philippines)
March 16th, 2017 (Wide) (Greece)
March 16th, 2017 (Wide) (Singapore)
March 16th, 2017 (Wide), released as ZBEŽI! (Slovenia)
March 17th, 2017 (Wide) (United Kingdom)
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MPAA Rating: R for violence, bloody images, and language including sexual references.
(Rating bulletin 2458 (Cert #50582), 1/11/2017)
Running Time: 104 minutes
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Keywords: Interracial Romance, African-American, Suburbs, Actors Making Their Directorial Debut, Missing Person
Source:Original Screenplay
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: Blumhouse, QC Entertainment, Universal Pictures, Monkeypaw Pictures
Production Countries: United States

Ranking on other Records and Milestones

Days In
Biggest Domestic 4th Weekend 123 $13,437,220 Mar 17, 2017 24
Biggest Domestic 3rd Weekend 106 $20,743,440 Mar 10, 2017 17
Fastest to $100m 262 $104,780,725 Mar 10, 2017 16
Biggest Domestic 2nd Weekend 182 $28,236,285 Mar 3, 2017 10
Biggest Domestic March Weekend 59 $28,236,285 Mar 3, 2017 10
Biggest Domestic March Day 129 $11,549,250 Mar 4, 2017 9
Fastest to $50m 360 $57,877,500 Mar 3, 2017 8
Biggest Domestic Sunday 481 $9,865,320 Feb 26, 2017 3
Biggest Domestic February Weekend 26 $33,377,060 Feb 24, 2017 3
Biggest Domestic Opening Weekend 404 $33,377,060 Feb 24, 2017 3
Biggest Domestic Weekend 558 $33,377,060 Feb 24, 2017 3
Leggiest Opening Weekend 617 3.08 Feb 24, 2017 3
Front-Loaded Opening Weekend 1,788 32.5% Feb 24, 2017 3
Widest Opening Weekend 1,179 2,781 Feb 24, 2017 3
Biggest Domestic February Day 69 $12,676,825 Feb 25, 2017 2
Biggest Domestic Saturday 572 $12,676,825 Feb 25, 2017 2
Biggest Domestic Friday 563 $10,834,915 Feb 24, 2017 1


   Chris Washington
   Rose Armitage
Bradley Whitford    Dean Armitage
Caleb Landry-Jones    Jeremy Armitage
Stephen Root    Jim Hudson
Lakeith Lee Stanfield    Andrew Logan King
Catherine Keener    Missy Armitage
Marcus Henderson    Walter
Betty Gabriel    Georgina
Lil Rel Howery    Rod Williams
Ashley LeConte Campbell    Lisa Deets
John Wilmont    Gordon Greene
Caren Larkey    Emily Greene
Julie Ann Doan    April Dray
Rutherford Cravens    Parker Dray
Geraldine Singer    Philomena King
Yasuhiko Oyama    Hiroki Tanaka
Richard Herd    Roman Armitage
Erika Alexander    Detective Latoya
Jeronimo Spinx    Detective Drake
Ian Casselberry    Detective Garcia
Trey Burvant    Officer Ryan
Zailand Adams    Chris (11 Years Old)

Production and Technical Credits

Screenwriter    Jordan Peele
Producer    Jason Blum
Producer    Sean McKittrick
Producer    Edward H. Hamm Jr.
Executive Producer    Couper Samuelson
Executive Producer    Raymond Mansfield
Executive Producer    Shaun Redick
Executive Producer    Jeanette Volturno-Brill
Production Designer    Rusty Smith
Editor    Gregory Plotkin
Composer    Michael Abels
Director of Photography    Toby Oliver
Co-Producer    Beatriz Sequeira
Co-Producer    Marcei A. Brown
Co-Producer    Gerard DiNardi
Costume Designer    Nadine Haders
Music Supervisor    Chris Mollere
Casting Director    Terri Taylor
Co-Producer    Phillip Dawe
Associate Producer    Chris Ryan
Unit Production Manager    Marcei A. Brown
First Assistant Director    Gerard DiNardi
Second Assistant Director    Ram Paul Silbey
Post-Production Supervisor    Jennifer Scudder Trent
Art Director    Chris Craine
Artistic Coordinator    Jackson Rambo
Artistic Coordinator    Elizabeth Boller
Set Decorator    Leonard Spears
Sound Mixer    Jeffree Bloomer
Special Effects Coordinator    Matt Harris
Costume Supervisor    Rachel Stringfellow
Make up    Remi Savva
Make up    Melanie DeForrest
Special Make-up Effects    Scott Wheeler
Special Make-up Effects    Carlos Savant
Hairstylist    Voni Hinkle
Hairstylist    Haley Hinkle
Script Supervisor    Rhona Rubio
Location Manager    Bass Hampton
Assistant Editor    David Zimmerman
Assistant Editor    Brian J. Smith
Assistant Editor    Trevor S. Lindborg
Assistant Editor    Carmelo Casalenuovo
Supervising Sound Editor    Trevor Gates
Re-recording Mixer    Jonathan Wales
ADR/Dialogue Editor    Xander Lott
Sound Effects Editor    Joshua Adeniji
Sound Effects Editor    Bryan Parker
Music Editor    Brett Pierce
Foley Mixer    Greg Mauer
Additional Music    Timothy Williams
Visual Effects Supervisor    David Lebensfeld
Visual Effects Supervisor    Grant Miller
Visual Effects Producer    Kieley Culbertson
Visual Effects Producer    Lindsay McClung

Weekend Wrap-Up: Beast Smashes Record with a Beautiful $174.75 million Opening

March 21st, 2017

Beauty and the Beast

Beauty and the Beast was expected to break records during its opening weekend, but its final tally of $174.75 million is still impressive, even compared to the expectations. The rest of the box office wasn’t hurt as badly as one would predict given the explosive hit at the top and that helped the overall box office grow by 59% to $261 million. This is almost double what it was this weekend last year. More importantly, this was enough to put 2017 in the lead in the year-over-year comparison. At the end of the weekend, 2017 had earned $2.39 billion, compared to $2.30 billion for 2016. Granted, this is partially due to a misalignment of monster hits, as Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice opened the following weekend last year. That said, I really don’t think 2017 will fall behind given its current $95 million lead. More...

Weekend Predictions: Will Beauty have a Beastly Opening?

March 17th, 2017

Beauty and the Beast

Beauty and the Beast was always expected to be the biggest hit of the month. Now the prevailing wisdom has the film becoming the biggest March opening of all time. Even if it doesn’t match the high end of expectations, it is widely expected to earn more than the entire box office did this weekend last year. On the downside, The Belko Experiment isn’t expected to open in the top five, in fact, it could miss the Mendoza Line. Furthermore, holdovers like Kong: Skull Island and Logan will take a beating at the box office. Overall, the news looks great and 2017 should actually get ahead of 2016 for the first time all year. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Kong Climbs to the Top of the Box Office with $61.03 million

March 14th, 2017

Kong: Skull Island

Kong: Skull Island dominated the box office earning $61.03 million over the weekend. This is much better than predicted and this if reports are true, this is because it was a huge hit with families. Skull Island’s success hurt Logan, which fell to second place with $38.11 million over the weekend. Overall, the box office fell 13% from last weekend, but that’s still 22% more than the same weekend last year. Year-to-date is even more impressive. Back-to-back wins for 2017 has cut 2016’s lead to 0.8% at just $17 million. If Beauty and the Beast does as well as some expect it to do, 2017 could take the lead by the end of this coming weekend. More...

Weekend Estimates: Skull Island Breaks King Kong Opening Weekend Record

March 12th, 2017

Kong: Skull Island

Kong: Skull Island is reigning over movie theaters this weekend, with Warner Bros. predicting a $61 million opening for the monster movie. This is a franchise that’s been rebooted so many times that it’s meaningful to compare this outing’s opening with previous incarnations. And I’m pleased to report that this is the best ever weekend for a reboot of a King Kong movie, topping King Kong’s $50.1 million, and King Kong’s $7 million. The bad news is that this outing doesn’t look so great when adjusted for inflation. The 2005 King Kong opened with an inflation-adjusted $65 million, and the 1933 original went on to make an inflation-adjusted $366 million at the box office… a number that’s a very distant prospect this time. In fact, once adjusted for inflation, this will probably be the lowest-grossing film to start a King Kong franchise, and the only one to miss $200 million at the domestic box office. More...

Weekend Predictions: Will Kong be King of the Box Office?

March 9th, 2017

Kong: Skull Island

There’s only one new release this week, Kong: Skull Island, which should earn first place on the box office chart. Probably. Logan isn’t too far back as far as box office tracking and might repeat in first place. In order to do this, Logan would either have to hold on a lot better than most comic book movies do and / or Kong would have to miss expectations. This weekend last year, there were four wide releases; however, they only managed a little more than $35 million combined. Kong: Skull Island should top that with ease and that’s good news for 2017. Unfortunately, Zootopia earned more than $50 million and that will likely be out of reach for Kong, so 2017 will need to rely on its depth to win in the year-over-year competition. I’m optimistic that will happen. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Logan’s $88.41 million Start Suggests Long Legs

March 7th, 2017


The weekend belonged to Logan, as it opened with $88.41 million and easily earned first place. Second place went to Get Out, which held on far better than anticipated, while The Shack is on pace to become a midlevel hit. There was almost nothing but good news. Almost. Overall, the box office rose 53% from last weekend, earning $189 million. More importantly, the it was 16% higher than the same weekend last year. Year-to-date, 2017 is still behind 2016; however, that gap was nearly cut in half from its peak just a couple of weeks ago. 2017 is now behind by 2.7% at $1.92 billion to $1.97 billion. If 2017 can put together a few more weeks like this, then it could climb into the lead before April begins. That is a big “if” and I would be satisfied with cutting the gap in half by the end of the month. More...

Weekend Estimates: Logan’s $85.3 Million is Fourth-Biggest Weekend in March

March 5th, 2017


Logan is turning out to be everything Fox hoped for this weekend, with excellent reviews and a massive $85.3 million opening to kick off the Spring box office season. The film’s debut is a notable $20 million ahead of X-Men: Apocalypse’s $65.8 million last Summer. The only way to make it look anything less than stellar is to match it up against giants like Deadpool (which opened with $132 million in February last year), and Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, which holds the March weekend record of $166 million. More...

Weekend Predictions: Logan is set to Skewer the Competition

March 2nd, 2017


The first weekend of March has three wide releases, but the one everyone is talking about is Logan. It should become the biggest hit of the year so far. The other two releases are The Shack, a faith-based film, and Before I Fall, which is essentially Groundhog Day set in high school. Neither film is expected to compete for top spot. In fact, it would be a surprise if both landed in the top five. As far as holdovers are concerned, only Get Out has a shot at $20 million, while only The Lego Batman Movie will earn more than $10 million. This weekend last year, Zootopia led the way with just over $75 million, while the other two new releases earned less than $30 million combined. 2017 will be bigger on top, won’t have as strong new releases overall, but should have about the same depth. More...

Contest: Straight Outta Suburbia: Winning Announcement

March 2nd, 2017

Get Out

The winners of our Straight Outta Suburbia contest were determined and the entrants with the closest predictions for Get Out’s opening weekend were... More...

Theater Averages: From A to Zucchini

March 1st, 2017

My Life as a Zucchini

My Life as a Zucchini topped the per theater chart with an average of $14,529 in two theaters. The only other film in the $10,000 club was the overall number one film, Get Out, which earned an average of $12,002. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Get Out has Out of Control Opening with $33.38 million

February 28th, 2017

Get Out

Get Out beat expectations on the weekend box office chart earning first place with $33.38 million. Not only did it beat expectations, but it also had better than expected legs over the weekend and that bodes well for its long term success. Neither of the other two wide releases, Collide and Rock Dog, earned a spot in the top ten. Both will disappear from theaters A.S.A.P. Overall, the box office fell 17% from last weekend to $123 million. It is, however, 9.9% higher than the same weekend last year. Meanwhile, 2017 remains $100 million behind last year’s pace at $1.69 billion to $1.79 billion. 2017 made gains over the weekend, but The Lego Batman Movie was the number one movie during the midweek and having a kids movie on top hurts the weekday box office numbers. More...

Weekend Estimates: Get Out Pulls Off Huge Win

February 26th, 2017

Get Out

If you took a bet a year ago that the Oscar weekend box office would be dominated by a movie with an A- CinemaScore, and a score of 100% on Rotten Tomatoes, you probably wouldn’t get great odds. If you’d included the stipulation that the film would be a horror movie written and directed by Jordan Peele, your winnings would set you up for retirement. For that is what we have this morning: Get Out will easily top the chart this weekend, with Universal estimating a weekend around $30.5 million. More...

Thursday Night Previews: Get Out Starts Out on Top with $1.8 million

February 24th, 2017

Get Out

Get Out opened with $1.8 million during its midnight previews. This isn’t the best previews we’ve seen this year, but it is near the top. For example, it is just 10% lower than Split managed in January and only three other films topped $2 million during previews. The film’s 100% positive reviews should certainly help the film’s legs over the weekend and that’s great news for the studio. In fact, there are some who think it will earn more than $35 million over the weekend. That’s a little too bullish for my tastes, but I can’t entirely dismiss those predictions. Opening with just over $30 million, on the other hand, now feels more likely. Since the film only cost $5 million to make, it could earn more over the opening weekend than it cost to make and advertise. More...

Weekend Predictions: Will Moviegoers Get Out to the Theater This Weekend?

February 23rd, 2017

Get Out

There are three films opening wide this weekend, which is a surprise. The buzz for Collide and Rock Dog are so quiet that I’m surprised they are playing in more than 2,000 theaters and I will be equally surprised if they open above the Mendoza Line by averaging more than $2,000 per theater. On the other hand, Get Out has nearly 100 reviews and its Tomatometer Score is 100% positive. It could be a surprise smash hit. Then again... It could be another Keanu. If that happens, The Lego Batman Movie will earn its third first-place finish in a row. That’s would be bad news for the overall box office. This weekend last year there were a similar selection of new releases. Gods of Egypt struggled while the other two new releases bombed, and only Deadpool saved the box office. If Get Out matches Deadpool’s total weekend of $31 million this time last year, I will be so happy. I don’t think it will happen, but it could be close. More...

Contest: Be Prepared to Fight: Winning Announcement

February 23rd, 2017

Fist Fight

The winners of our Be Prepared to Fight contest were determined and the entrants with the closest predictions for Fist Fight’s opening weekend were... More...

Contest: Straight Outta Suburbia

February 17th, 2017

Get Out

Surprisingly, there are three wide releases next week. I wasn’t expecting both Collide and Rock Dog to debut in more than 2,000 theaters, but that appears to be the case. That said, Get Out is widely expected to be the biggest of these three releases and as such, 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 Get Out.

Whoever comes the closest to predicting the film's opening 3-day weekend box office (Friday to Sunday), without going over, will win a Frankenprise consisting of their choice of either one TV on DVD release, two movies, or a kids package (could be a theatrical release, a couple of single-disc TV on DVD releases, or a full season TV on DVD release). 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, as described above.

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

2017 Preview: February

February 1st, 2017

The Lego Batman Movie

January turned out to be a good month. Granted, it didn’t live up to last January, but its box office was one of the top five Januarys of all time, so that’s still a good start to the year. Also, we will have our first $100 million movie released in 2017 and that doesn’t happen this early very often. As for February, there’s potentially the first $200 million hit of the year, The Lego Batman Movie. Fifty Shades Darker and The Great Wall both have a shot at $100 million. That said, it is more likely that both will miss that milestone than both will get there. As for the rest of the films, there are a few that are aiming for solid midlevel hits, like John Wick: Chapter Two and Get Out, while there are very few potential bombs. By comparison, last February there was one monster hit, Deadpool, and a lot of bombs. No other movie besides Deadpool made $50 million. No movie opening this month will match Deadpool, but we won’t have as many bombs either, so hopefully that will balance out and 2017 won’t fall further behind 2016. More...

Get Out Trailer

January 10th, 2017

Horror movie written and directed by Jordan Peele opens February 24 ... Full Movie Details. More...

Domestic Cumulative Box Office Records

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2017/02/24 1 $33,377,060   2,781 $12,002   $33,377,060 3
2017/03/03 2 $28,236,285 -15% 2,938 $9,611   $78,079,925 10
2017/03/10 3 $20,743,440 -27% 3,143 $6,600   $110,725,285 17
2017/03/17 4 $13,437,220 -35% 2,979 $4,511   $133,305,365 24

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2017/02/24 1 $10,834,915   2,781 $3,896   $10,834,915 1
2017/02/25 1 $12,676,825 +17% 2,781 $4,558   $23,511,740 2
2017/02/26 1 $9,865,320 -22% 2,781 $3,547   $33,377,060 3
2017/02/27 1 $4,123,445 -58% 2,781 $1,483   $37,500,505 4
2017/02/28 1 $4,933,300 +20% 2,781 $1,774   $42,433,805 5
2017/03/01 1 $3,793,570 -23% 2,781 $1,364   $46,227,375 6
2017/03/02 1 $3,616,265 -5% 2,781 $1,300   $49,843,640 7
2017/03/03 2 $8,033,860 +122% 2,938 $2,734   $57,877,500 8
2017/03/04 2 $11,549,250 +44% 2,938 $3,931   $69,426,750 9
2017/03/05 2 $8,653,175 -25% 2,938 $2,945   $78,079,925 10
2017/03/06 2 $3,088,235 -64% 2,938 $1,051   $81,168,160 11
2017/03/07 2 $3,574,430 +16% 2,938 $1,217   $84,742,590 12
2017/03/08 2 $2,618,710 -27% 2,938 $891   $87,361,300 13
2017/03/09 2 $2,620,545 n/c 2,938 $892   $89,981,845 14
2017/03/10 3 $6,014,480 +130% 3,143 $1,914   $95,996,325 15
2017/03/11 3 $8,784,400 +46% 3,143 $2,795   $104,780,725 16
2017/03/12 3 $5,944,560 -32% 3,143 $1,891   $110,725,285 17
2017/03/13 3 $2,339,100 -61% 3,143 $744   $113,064,385 18
2017/03/14 3 $2,555,360 +9% 3,143 $813   $115,619,745 19
2017/03/15 3 $2,209,225 -14% 3,143 $703   $117,828,970 20
2017/03/16 3 $2,039,175 -8% 3,143 $649   $119,868,145 21
2017/03/17 4 $3,772,600 +85% 2,979 $1,266   $123,640,745 22
2017/03/18 4 $5,912,010 +57% 2,979 $1,985   $129,552,755 23
2017/03/19 4 $3,752,610 -37% 2,979 $1,260   $133,305,365 24
2017/03/20 4 $1,297,840 -65% 2,979 $436   $134,603,205 25
2017/03/21 4 $1,832,785 +41% 2,979 $615   $136,435,990 26
2017/03/22 4 $1,235,115 -33% 2,979 $415   $137,671,105 27

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2017/02/24 1 $49,843,640   2,781 $17,923   $49,843,640 7
2017/03/03 2 $40,138,205 -19% 2,938 $13,662   $89,981,845 14
2017/03/10 3 $29,886,300 -26% 3,143 $9,509   $119,868,145 21

Box Office Summary Per Territory

Territory Release
Box Office
Greece 3/16/2017 $92,372 37 37 37 $107,109 3/21/2017
Philippines 3/10/2017 $16,924 0 86 86 $90,161 3/21/2017
Singapore 3/16/2017 $72,808 7 7 7 $79,356 3/21/2017
Slovenia 3/16/2017 $4,646 10 10 10 $5,023 3/23/2017
United Kingdom 3/17/2017 $2,672,398 585 585 585 $2,672,398 3/22/2017
International Total$2,954,047 3/23/2017

International Cumulative Box Office Records

Worldwide Cumulative Box Office Records

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