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The Girl on the Train (2016)

The Girl on the Train
Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $75,098,584Details
International Box Office $95,400,000Details
Worldwide Box Office $170,498,584
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Synopsis

Rachel, who is devastated by her recent divorce, spends her daily commute fantasizing about the seemingly perfect couple who live in a house that her train passes every day, until one morning she sees something shocking happen there and becomes entangled in the mystery that unfolds.

Metrics

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Critics RottenAudience Spilled
Critics
44% - Rotten
Audience
55% - Spilled

Latest Ranking on Cumulative Box Office Lists


Movie Details

Production Budget:$45,000,000
Domestic Releases: October 7th, 2016 (Wide) by Universal
International Releases: October 5th, 2016 (Wide) (Philippines)
October 6th, 2016 (Wide) (Colombia)
October 6th, 2016 (Wide) (Malaysia)
October 6th, 2016 (Wide) (Netherlands)
October 6th, 2016 (Wide), released as A Rapariga no Comboio (Portugal)
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MPAA Rating: R for violence, sexual content, language and nudity.
(Rating bulletin 2432 (Cert #50534), 7/6/2016)
Running Time: 112 minutes
Comparisons: vs. The Accountant
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Keywords: Addiction, Relationships Gone Wrong, Missing Person, Depression, Infertility, Black Out Drunk, Gaslighting
Source:Based on Fiction Book/Short Story
Genre:Thriller/Suspense
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: Marc Platt Productions, DreamWorks Pictures, Reliance Entertainment, Entertainment One
Production Countries: United States

Ranking on other Records and Milestones

RecordRankRevenueChart
Date
Days In
Release
Biggest 9th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 2,095 $131,235 Dec 2, 2016 59
Biggest 8th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,963 $219,850 Nov 25, 2016 52
Biggest 7th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,541 $588,440 Nov 18, 2016 45
Biggest 6th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,184 $1,637,934 Nov 11, 2016 38
Biggest 5th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,155 $2,690,575 Nov 4, 2016 31
Biggest 4th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,063 $4,387,015 Oct 28, 2016 24
Biggest 3rd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 917 $7,166,015 Oct 21, 2016 17
Fastest Movies to Earn $50 Million at the Domestic Box Office 658 $50,525,585 Oct 14, 2016 13
Biggest 2nd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 789 $12,247,840 Oct 14, 2016 10
Biggest Sunday at the Domestic Box Office 1,153 $5,737,435 Oct 9, 2016 3
Biggest October Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 39 $24,536,265 Oct 7, 2016 3
Biggest Opening Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 623 $24,536,265 Oct 7, 2016 3
Biggest Weekends at the Domestic Box Office 957 $24,536,265 Oct 7, 2016 3
Widest Opening Weekend 640 3,144 Oct 7, 2016 3
Biggest October Day at the Domestic Box Office 83 $9,537,175 Oct 8, 2016 2
Biggest Saturday at the Domestic Box Office 940 $9,537,175 Oct 8, 2016 2
Biggest Friday at the Domestic Box Office 747 $9,261,655 Oct 7, 2016 1

Cast

   Rachel
Rebecca Ferguson    Anna
Haley Bennett    Megan
Justin Theroux    Tom
Luke Evans    Scott
Allison Janney    Detective Riley
Edgar Ramirez    Dr. Kamal Abdic
Lisa Kudrow    Martha
Laura Prepon    Cathy
Darren Goldstein    Man in the Suit
Cleta E. Ellington    Oyster Bar Woman
Lana Young    Doctor
Rachel Christopher    Woman with Child
Fernando Medina    Pool Player
Gregory Morley    Officer Pete
Mac Tavares    Detective Gaskill
John Norris    Jason
Nathan Shapiro    Meeting Member
Tamiel Paynes    Central Park Drummer Boy
Peter Mayer-Klepchick    Mac

Production and Technical Credits

Director   
Screenwriter    Erin Cressida Wilson
Based on the novel by    Paula Hawkins
Producer    Marc Platt
Producer    Jared LeBoff
Director of Photography    Charlotte Bruus Christensen
Production Designer    Kevin Thompson
Editor    Michael McCusker
Editor    Andrew Buckland
Costume Designer    Michelle Matland
Costume Designer    Ann Roth
Music Supervisor    Jonathan Karp
Casting Director    Kerry Barden
Casting Director    Paul Schnee
Composer    Danny Elfman
Unit Production Manager    Deb Dyer
First Assistant Director    Cleta E. Ellington
Second Assistant Director    Derek Wimble
Co-Producer    Holly Bario
Co-Producer    Deb Dyer
Re-recording Mixer    Scott Millan
Re-recording Mixer    Gregg Rudloff
Supervising Sound Editor    Paul Urmson
Art Director    Deborah Jensen
Assistant Art Director    Michael Auszura
Assistant Art Director    Nithya Shrinivasan
Set Decorator    Susan Bode
Script Supervisor    Mary Bailey
Sound Mixer    Danny Michael
Special Effects Coordinator    Jeff Brink
Costume Supervisor    David Davenport
Make up    Bernadette Mazur
Make up    Donald Kozma
Hairstylist    Alan D'Angerio
Location Manager    Joe Guest
Second Unit Director    Patrick Capone
Unit Production Manager    Joe Guest
Post-Production Supervisor    Alexis Wiscomb
Post-Production Executive    Justin Ostensen
Music Editor    Bill Abbott
Music Editor    Nic Ratner
Score Recordist    Noah Snyder
Score Recordist    Lawrence Manchester
Score Mixer    Noah Snyder
Dialogue Editor    Jac Rubenstein
Sound Effects Editor    Wyatt Sprague
Sound Designer    Skip Lievsay
Foley Mixer    Matthew Haasch
Visual Effects Supervisor    Mitchell Ferm
Visual Effects Supervisor    John Bair
Visual Effects Executive Producer    Vivian Connolly
Visual Effects Supervisor    Brendan Taylor
Visual Effects Producer    Greg Behrens
Visual Effects Supervisor    David Isyomin
Visual Effects Producer    Christina Delerme

Weekend Wrap-up: Madea Treats Herself to $28.50 Million

October 25th, 2016

Tyler Perry’s Boo! A Madea Halloween

2016 finally has a real reason to celebrate this weekend. Not every film topped expectations, but the top did enough to overcome any weakness at the bottom. The biggest hit of the week was Tyler Perry’s Boo! A Madea Halloween, which beat expectations with $28.50 million. Jack Reacher: Never Go Back had to settle for second place with $22.87 million, which is still better than most were predicting. Ouija: Origin of Evil did well for a movie that cost just $9 million to make, but the less said about the other two new releases, the better. Overall, the box office rose 26% from last week, reaching $124 million. More importantly, the box office was 18% higher than the same weekend last year. Year-to-date, 2016 extended its lead over 2015 at $8.93 billion to $8.53 billion. Having a $400 million cushion this late in the year is good news, even with The Force Awakens looming in the future. More...

Weekend Predictions: Will Reacher Reach the Top?

October 20th, 2016

Ouija: Origin of Evil

It is a busy week as far as wide releases are concerned, although not as busy as we thought it would be at the beginning of the month, as I’m Not Ashamed has dropped to “select cities”. It still has a shot at the top ten, but a slim shot. The biggest release of the week is Jack Reacher: Never Go Back, as it is opening in an estimated 3,800 theaters. However, the buzz is weak and its reviews won’t help either. It will likely struggle to top $20 million. This gives Tyler Perry’s Boo! A Madea Halloween a shot at first place. The best new release of the week is Ouija: Origin of Evil. One would hope a horror film earning 80% positive reviews ten days before Halloween would at least have a shot at first place. We’ll see. Finally there’s Keeping Up with the Joneses. It’s bad and that’s all I need to say about that. There is good news. This weekend last year was a disaster. The biggest wide release was The Last Witch Hunter and it earned less than $11 million. The biggest film was The Martian, which earned under $16 million. We could have two films top $20 million, so 2016 should end the slump it has been in. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Accountant Wins with $24.71 million, but 2016 Goes Further in Debt

October 18th, 2016

The Accountant

The weekend box office was not good. The Accountant did beat expectations with $24.71 million, but the other wide releases missed expectations. As a result, the box office fell 6% from last weekend to $97 million. The weekend box office should never be below $100 million, outside of a few dead zones during the year. We’ve been below that mark too frequently this year. Worse still, this is 18% lower than the same weekend last year. Year-to-date, 2016 still has a substantial lead over 2015 at $8.78 billion to $8.43 billion. However, we are nearing the $325 million mark where we have reason to panic. Remember, The Force Awakens earned $650 million during 2015 and Rogue One is only expected to earn half that much this year. We need to maintain a lead that large, or else 2016 will likely lose in the year-over-year comparison in the end. More...

Weekend Estimates: The Accountant Pencils in $24.71 Million Weekend

October 16th, 2016

The Accountant

As expected, The Accountant will be the comfortable winner at the box office this weekend, with Warner Bros. projecting a $24.71 million debut for the thriller. That’s almost identical to the opening enjoyed by The Girl on the Train last weekend, and about average for Ben Affleck. His previous Fall outings all opened in somewhat the same vicinity: Gone Girl hit $37.5 million on opening weekend in 2014; Argo posted $19.5 million in 2012, ahead of a very fruitful box office run and eventual Best Picture award; The Town started out with $23.8 million in 2010. More...

Thursday Night Previews: Accountant's $1.35 million Adds Up

October 14th, 2016

Kevin Hart: What Now?

The Accountant got off to a healthy start with $1.35 million during Thursday night previews. This is more than both The Girl on the Train and Gone Girl managed. On the other hand, the film’s demographics are more male-dominated than those two films, and men are more likely to rush out to see a movie as early as possible. Its reviews have climbed up to 50% positive, so that won’t hurt its legs. We predicted $19 million and I’m fairly confident in that number. In fact, that might be on the low end of expectations going forward. More...

Weekend Predictions: Can Accountant be Counted On?

October 13th, 2016

The Accountant

Three wide releases are coming out this week, which is one more than expected. The Accountant is clearly the biggest of the three, but its reviews are falling into the danger zone. Kevin Hart: What Now? is hoping to be the biggest stand-up comedy movie since Eddie Murphy’s Raw. Finally there’s Max Steel, which I didn’t think was going to open truly wide. Then again, its theater count is 2,034, so it is opening barely wide. This weekend last year, Goosebumps led the way with $23.62 million. I really thought The Accountant would top that, but I no longer think that will be likely. Worse still, there were five films that earned more than $10 million last year, but there will only be three of them this week. 2016’s slump will continue. 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...

Contest: Demon Night: Winning Announcement

October 12th, 2016

The Girl on the Train

The winners of our Demon Night contest were determined and the entrants with the closest predictions for The Girl on the Train opening weekend were... More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Only Girl isn’t a Train Wreck earning $24.54 million

October 11th, 2016

The Girl on the Train

Over the weekend was Columbus Day, or as it is known in more and more places, Indigenous People’s Day. It’s also Thanksgiving Day up here in Canada and it would make more sense for Americans to celebrate Canadian Thanksgiving than Columbus Day. Canadian Thanksgiving is where you give thanks to all the Canadians that make your life better. For example, both Ryan Gosling and Ryan Reynolds are Canadian. Anyhoo... The weekend box office numbers were not buoyed by the semi-holiday on Monday as none of the new releases matched expectations. The Girl on the Train led the way by a wide margin with $24.54 million compared to $15.14 million for Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children. Neither The Birth of a Nation nor Middle School: The Worst Years of My Life made it into the top five. The overall box office fell 9.5% from last weekend dropping to $103 million. That was 13% lower than the same weekend last year. Year-to-date, 2016 has earned $8.64 billion, putting it 4.4% / $370 million ahead of 2015. A couple of more weeks like this and we will have reason to hit the panic button. More...

Weekend Estimates: Girl on Train Pulls Out of Station with $24.6 Million

October 9th, 2016

The Girl on the Train

New releases are battling headwinds to make progress at the box office this weekend. The current political frenzy, and the lingering effects of Hurricane Matthew have both dragged down ticket sales, but one film has come out relatively unscathed. Going into the weekend, we had The Girl on the Train pegged at a $27 million opening. In the event, it will start with $24.7 million, according to Universal’s Sunday morning projection. Things are less rosy for the other two debutants. More...

Thursday Night Previews: Girl Won’t Be Gone after Earning $1.23 million

October 7th, 2016

The Birth of a Nation

The Girl on the Train got off to a good start with $1.23 million during its previews last night. This is essentially the same as Gone Girl managed during its previews back in 2014. Gone Girl earned a reported $1.2 million, so it could have been between $1.15 million to $1.24 million. Unfortunately for The Girl on the Train, Gone Girl’s reviews were stellar, while this film is earning mixed reviews. It won’t have the same legs, but this start does mean $30 million is a lot more likely than it was on Thursday’s predictions. More...

Weekend Predictions: Will Girl be the Rebirth of the Box Office?

October 6th, 2016

The Girl on the Train

October begins with a trio of wide releases, led by The Girl on the Train. The film’s reviews are mixed, which is not ideal, but also not fatal. The Birth of a Nation was looking to become an Awards Season player, but its reviews are not quite at that level. Finally there’s Middle School: The Worst Years of My Life. There are still no reviews and the buzz is as quiet as you can get for a wide release. This weekend last year, the only wide release was Pan and it bombed hard. However, The Martian remained on top with $37.01 million over the weekend. There’s almost no way The Girl on the Train will match that and last year had better depth as well. 2016’s slump will continue. More...

Contest: Dark Urges: Winning Announcement

October 5th, 2016

The Purge: Election Year

The winners of our Dark Urges contest were determined and the entrants with the closest predictions for Deepwater Horizon opening weekend were... More...

2016 Preview: October

October 1st, 2016

The Girl on the Train

September is over and we should all be glad about that. Unless the final weekend brings a surprise $100 million hit or two, 2016’s lead over 2015 will shrink over the month. There were some bright spots, most notably Sully, which will be the biggest hit of the month. On the other hand, we had more outright bombs than even midlevel hits. Sadly, October isn’t much better. There are a couple of films that could be $100 million hits, but most of the films will struggle to become midlevel hits. Both Inferno and The Girl on the Train are aiming for $100 million. One of them might get there too. If both get there, then October will be seen as a success. By comparison, last October was led by The Martian; however, because of a misalignment in the calendar, The Martian’s opening weekend actually lines up with the final weekend in September. It had great legs, so that will help 2015 early in the month, but the rest of the month was terrible last year and I think 2016 will come out ahead as a result. More...

Contest: Demon Night

September 30th, 2016

The Girl on the Train

I’m fairly certain The Girl on the Train will top the chart next weekend, as neither The Birth of a Nation nor Middle School: The Worst Years of My Life are expected to be anything more than midlevel hits. Because of that, The Girl on the Train is the obvious 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 The Girl on the Train.

I was planning on starting the Trick or Treat contests this week; however, that plan lasted about 24 hours, as I checked my mail and found five copies of The Neon Demon on Blu-ray. I will be reviewing one and over the next two weeks I will be giving away the other four. The Neon Demon is technically a psychological horror movie, so it fits with the Halloween theme.

Whoever comes the closest to predicting the film's opening 3-day weekend box office (Friday to Sunday), without going over, will win either one of two “Treat” prizes, a copy of The Neon Demon on Blu-ray, or the “Trick” prize, a really bad movie that I’ve previously reviewed. Whoever comes the closest to predicting the film's opening 3-day weekend box office (Friday to Sunday), without going under, will also win win either one of two “Treat” prizes, a copy of The Neon Demon on Blu-ray, or the “Trick” prize, a really bad movie that I’ve previously reviewed. 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 either one of two “Treat” prizes, a copy of The Neon Demon on Blu-ray, or the “Trick” prize, a really bad movie that I’ve previously reviewed.

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

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Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2016/10/07 1 $24,536,265   3,144 $7,804   $24,536,265 3
2016/10/14 2 $12,247,840 -50% 3,241 $3,779   $46,831,435 10
2016/10/21 5 $7,166,015 -41% 3,091 $2,318   $58,798,345 17
2016/10/28 6 $4,387,015 -39% 2,758 $1,591   $66,035,495 24
2016/11/04 9 $2,690,575 -39% 1,572 $1,712   $70,647,940 31
2016/11/11 12 $1,637,934 -39% 1,008 $1,625   $73,341,064 38
2016/11/18 17 $588,440 -64% 492 $1,196   $74,469,544 45
2016/11/25 25 $219,850 -63% 187 $1,176   $74,881,424 52
2016/12/02 25 $131,235 -40% 189 $694   $75,085,349 59

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2016/10/07 1 $9,261,655   3,144 $2,946   $9,261,655 1
2016/10/08 1 $9,537,175 +3% 3,144 $3,033   $18,798,830 2
2016/10/09 1 $5,737,435 -40% 3,144 $1,825   $24,536,265 3
2016/10/10 1 $3,096,055 -46% 3,144 $985   $27,632,320 4
2016/10/11 1 $2,956,295 -5% 3,144 $940   $30,588,615 5
2016/10/12 1 $2,143,460 -27% 3,144 $682   $32,732,075 6
2016/10/13 1 $1,851,520 -14% 3,144 $589   $34,583,595 7
2016/10/14 3 $3,934,040 +112% 3,241 $1,214   $38,517,635 8
2016/10/15 2 $5,130,645 +30% 3,241 $1,583   $43,648,280 9
2016/10/16 2 $3,183,155 -38% 3,241 $982   $46,831,435 10
2016/10/17 2 $1,100,500 -65% 3,241 $340   $47,931,935 11
2016/10/18 2 $1,577,110 +43% 3,241 $487   $49,509,045 12
2016/10/19 2 $1,016,540 -36% 3,241 $314   $50,525,585 13
2016/10/20 2 $1,106,745 +9% 3,241 $341   $51,632,330 14
2016/10/21 5 $2,352,895 +113% 3,091 $761   $53,985,225 15
2016/10/22 5 $3,112,040 +32% 3,091 $1,007   $57,097,265 16
2016/10/23 5 $1,701,080 -45% 3,091 $550   $58,798,345 17
2016/10/24 5 $630,080 -63% 3,091 $204   $59,428,425 18
2016/10/25 5 $880,875 +40% 3,091 $285   $60,309,300 19
2016/10/26 5 $655,115 -26% 3,091 $212   $60,964,415 20
2016/10/27 5 $684,065 +4% 3,091 $221   $61,648,480 21
2016/10/28 6 $1,358,755 +99% 2,758 $493   $63,007,235 22
2016/10/29 6 $1,871,890 +38% 2,758 $679   $64,879,125 23
2016/10/30 7 $1,156,370 -38% 2,758 $419   $66,035,495 24
2016/10/31 6 $472,435 -59% 2,758 $171   $66,507,930 25
2016/11/01 6 $581,640 +23% 2,758 $211   $67,089,570 26
2016/11/02 5 $433,830 -25% 2,758 $157   $67,523,400 27
2016/11/03 5 $433,965 n/c 2,758 $157   $67,957,365 28
2016/11/04 9 $830,215 +91% 1,572 $528   $68,787,580 29
2016/11/05 9 $1,219,660 +47% 1,572 $776   $70,007,240 30
2016/11/06 9 $640,700 -47% 1,572 $408   $70,647,940 31
2016/11/07 9 $235,640 -63% 1,572 $150   $70,883,580 32
2016/11/08 9 $288,335 +22% 1,572 $183   $71,171,915 33
2016/11/09 8 $257,975 -11% 1,572 $164   $71,429,890 34
2016/11/10 9 $273,240 +6% 1,572 $174   $71,703,130 35
2016/11/11 12 $574,294 +110% 1,008 $570   $72,277,424 36
2016/11/12 12 $719,205 +25% 1,008 $713   $72,996,629 37
2016/11/13 11 $344,435 -52% 1,008 $342   $73,341,064 38
2016/11/14 11 $125,165 -64% 1,008 $124   $73,466,229 39
2016/11/15 11 $181,710 +45% 1,008 $180   $73,647,939 40
2016/11/16 11 $138,050 -24% 1,008 $137   $73,785,989 41
2016/11/17 12 $95,115 -31% 1,008 $94   $73,881,104 42
2016/11/18 - $160,225 +68% 492 $326   $74,041,329 43
2016/11/19 - $276,125 +72% 492 $561   $74,317,454 44
2016/11/20 - $152,090 -45% 492 $309   $74,469,544 45
2016/11/21 - $68,110 -55% 492 $138   $74,537,654 46
2016/11/22 - $61,225 -10% 492 $124   $74,598,879 47
2016/11/23 - $33,250 -46% 492 $68   $74,632,129 48
2016/11/24 - $29,445 -11% 492 $60   $74,661,574 49
2016/11/25 - $80,360 +173% 187 $430   $74,741,934 50
2016/11/26 - $93,440 +16% 187 $500   $74,835,374 51
2016/11/27 - $46,050 -51% 187 $246   $74,881,424 52
2016/11/28 - $15,910 -65% 187 $85   $74,897,334 53
2016/11/29 - $22,335 +40% 187 $119   $74,919,669 54
2016/11/30 - $18,750 -16% 187 $100   $74,938,419 55
2016/12/01 - $15,695 -16% 187 $84   $74,954,114 56
2016/12/02 - $39,880 +154% 177 $225   $74,993,994 57
2016/12/03 - $59,225 +49% 189 $313   $75,053,219 58
2016/12/04 - $32,130 -46% 189 $170   $75,085,349 59
2016/12/05 - $13,235 -59% 189 $70   $75,098,584 60

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2016/10/07 1 $34,583,595   3,144 $11,000   $34,583,595 7
2016/10/14 2 $17,048,735 -51% 3,241 $5,260   $51,632,330 14
2016/10/21 5 $10,016,150 -41% 3,091 $3,240   $61,648,480 21
2016/10/28 6 $6,308,885 -37% 2,758 $2,287   $67,957,365 28
2016/11/04 9 $3,745,765 -41% 1,572 $2,383   $71,703,130 35
2016/11/11 11 $2,177,974 -42% 1,008 $2,161   $73,881,104 42
2016/11/18 21 $780,470 -64% 492 $1,586   $74,661,574 49
2016/11/25 24 $292,540 -63% 187 $1,564   $74,954,114 56

Box Office Summary Per Territory

Territory Release
Date
Opening
Weekend
Opening
Weekend
Theaters
Maximum
Theaters
Theatrical
Engagements
Total
Box Office
Report
Date
Argentina 11/18/2016 $453,910 111 120 341 $1,253,669 12/6/2016
Australia 10/7/2016 $3,026,202 272 296 1931 $11,390,934 12/5/2016
Bolivia 11/4/2016 $13,000 8 8 8 $13,000 11/7/2016
Brazil 10/28/2016 $904,404 397 397 1333 $3,179,925 12/6/2016
Bulgaria 10/7/2016 $22,990 0 0 0 $80,292 11/18/2016
Chile 11/4/2016 $106,781 41 41 133 $361,131 12/6/2016
Colombia 10/6/2016 $199,254 75 75 215 $612,815 11/22/2016
Czech Republic 10/7/2016 $183,322 81 81 313 $717,672 11/30/2016
Italy 11/4/2016 $1,819,774 0 0 0 $4,999,833 11/30/2016
Japan 11/18/2016 $93,184 15 15 15 $93,184 11/22/2016
Lithuania 10/7/2016 $23,465 80 80 155 $68,794 11/30/2016
Malaysia 10/6/2016 $76,164 37 37 113 $173,355 11/8/2016
Mexico 11/11/2016 $1,082,782 478 478 1565 $3,132,489 12/6/2016
Netherlands 10/6/2016 $362,454 97 98 627 $1,582,738 11/29/2016
New Zealand 10/7/2016 $403,013 102 112 669 $1,436,675 12/5/2016
Panama 11/3/2016 $0 0 85 148 $326,655 11/29/2016
Peru 11/25/2016 $113,154 37 37 58 $220,906 12/6/2016
Philippines 10/5/2016 $260,786 147 147 183 $389,551 10/25/2016
Portugal 10/6/2016 $253,886 64 69 335 $1,064,758 12/1/2016
Russia (CIS) 11/4/2016 $1,900,279 721 721 1911 $19,000,279 12/6/2016
Singapore 10/6/2016 $169,034 28 28 80 $343,647 12/6/2016
Slovakia 10/7/2016 $89,716 63 63 195 $319,561 12/1/2016
Slovenia 10/7/2016 $19,791 13 19 64 $84,027 11/23/2016
Spain 10/21/2016 $1,051,684 474 474 1625 $4,119,674 12/2/2016
Taiwan 10/7/2016 $350,097 71 77 202 $874,644 11/8/2016
Thailand 10/6/2016 $142,306 36 36 116 $323,514 11/8/2016
Trinidad 10/14/2016 $11,000 12 12 12 $11,000 10/17/2016
Turkey 10/7/2016 $142,622 110 110 278 $400,444 11/2/2016
United Kingdom 10/7/2016 $8,652,008 612 630 3507 $28,812,149 11/23/2016
Venezuela 11/4/2016 $26,635 33 37 91 $113,887 12/6/2016
 
Rest of World $9,898,798
 
International Total$95,400,000 12/6/2016

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