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Girls Trip (2017)

Girls Trip
Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $11,680,000Details
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When four lifelong friends travel to New Orleans for the annual Essence Festival, sisterhoods are rekindled, wild sides are rediscovered, and there’s enough dancing, drinking, brawling and romancing to make the Big Easy blush.


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Movie Details

Production Budget:$28,000,000
Domestic Releases: July 21st, 2017 (Wide) by Universal
MPAA Rating: R for crude and sexual content throughout, pervasive language, brief graphic nudity, and drug material.
Running Time: 122 minutes
Comparisons: vs. Rough Night
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Keywords: Music Festival, New Orleans, Louisiana, African-American, Road Trip, Girls' Night Out
Source:Original Screenplay
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: Will Packer Productions, Universal Pictures, Perfect World Pictures
Production Countries: United States


Larenz Tate    Julian
Kate Walsh    Elizabeth
Mike Colter    Stewart
Malcolm D. Lee   
Kofi Siriboe    Malik

Production and Technical Credits

Screenwriter    Kenya Barris
Screenwriter    Tracy Oliver
Story by    Erica Rivinoja
Story by    Kenya Barris
Story by    Tracy Oliver
Producer    Will Packer
Producer    Malcolm D. Lee
Executive Producer    Preston Holmes
Executive Producer    James Lopez
Production Designer    Keith Brian Burns
Editor    Paul Millspaugh
Composer    David Newman
Director of Photography    Greg Gardiner
Costume Designer    Danielle Hollowell
Stunt Coordinator    Lex D. Geddings
Stunt Coordinator    Timothy Bell
Stunt Coordinator    Chuck Picerni
Casting Director    Mary Vernieu
Casting Director    Michelle Wade Byrd
Unit Production Manager    Dwight Williams
First Assistant Director    Stephen Hagen
Second Assistant Director    Kevin Lum
Second Assistant Director    Desiree Stevenson
Art Director    Jason Baldwin
Set Decorator    Leonard Spears
Set Designer    Jessica Ochoa
Set Designer    Nicole Reed
Sound Mixer    Dick Hansen
Costume Supervisor    Abbas Steen
Make up    Anita Gibson
Make up    Dionne Wynn
Hairstylist    Brian B. Badie
Hairstylist    Ka’Maura Eley
Second Unit Director    Anthony Hemingway
Associate Producer    Shayla Cowan
Script Supervisor    Brooke Satrazemis
Location Manager    Elston James Howard
Special Effects Coordinator    Donnie Dean
Still Photographer    Michele K. Short
Post-Production Supervisor    Paul A. Levin
Post-Production Supervisor    Ann Gray
First Assistant Editor    Zana Bochar
Second Assistant Director    Michael Fleming
Re-recording Mixer    Michael Barry
Re-recording Mixer    Paul Urmson
Supervising Sound Editor    Lidia Tamplenizza
Supervising Sound Editor    Paul Urmson
Dialogue Editor    Jac Rubenstein
Sound Effects Editor    Wyatt Sprague
Sound Effects Editor    Larry Zipf
Foley Mixer    Matthew Haasch
Supervising Music Editor    E. Gedney Webb
Music Editor    Annette Kudrak
Score Mixer    Fred Vogler
Visual Effects Supervisor    Eric Robinson
Visual Effects Producer    Michael Borrett

Friday Estimates: Dunkirk Dunks on the Competition with $19.8 million

July 22nd, 2017

Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets

Dunkirk dominated the Friday box office chart. Okay, maybe dominate is too strong a word, but more on that down below. The film earned a better than anticipated opening day of $19.8 million. Additionally, its reviews are award-worthy, while it earned an A minus from CinemaScore. Frankly, given its reviews, I’m surprised it only got an A minus. With its $5.5 million in previews, I was expecting an opening day a little north of $20 million, so hopefully this isn’t a sign of short legs. Look for an opening weekend of $55 million. On a side note, the reason we are not using Dunkirk images is we only got two of them and we’ve already used them both, twice. I tried to find the French site to see if they had more images (This is what I did for Kong: Skull Island.) but I ended up on the Dunkirk tourist site by accident and now all of the ads I see on YouTube are in French. More...

Thursday Night Previews: Dunkirk and Girls Trip Make Promising Starts

July 21st, 2017

Girls Trip

I was expecting Dunkirk to make about $4 million during previews and it made $5.5 million. Since its reviews are award-worthy and the film is aimed at a more mature target audience, it should have better legs than most similar films. Perhaps $60 million is more likely than I thought. More...

Weekend Predictions: Take a Trip with Valerian and Laureline to Dunkirk

July 20th, 2017

Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets

So far this summer, box office is running about $200 million behind last year’s pace. The numbers have fallen so far that, year to date, 2017 is now behind 2016’s box office pace. This is even more depressing as last weekend, five of the top six films earned Tomatometer Scores that were over 90% positive. This week, we are continuing the amazing run with critics as two of the three wide releases are earning 90% positive reviews or better, but it doesn’t look like we will be able to improve our box office woes. This weekend last year, Star Trek Beyond opened with nearly $60 million and four other films earned more than $20 million. This weekend, Dunkirk will open in first place and it might top Star Trek Beyond, but that seems unlikely. Even getting to $50 million could be asking too much. Girls Trip should have a box office run somewhere between Rough Night and Bad Moms. ... Yes, I know that’s a lot of wiggle room, but there’s a lot of uncertainty here. Finally there’s Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets, which cost $180 million to make but is earning almost no buzz here. (It should do a lot better internationally.) We would have to have all three new releases beat expectations and have solid holdovers for 2017 to come out ahead in the year-over-year comparison. More...

2017 Preview: July

July 1st, 2017

Spider-Man: Homecoming

I hate it when the first of the month lands on a Saturday. By the time this story goes live, we will still have almost no box office data for Despicable Me 3, so we won’t know if June ended on a positive note. Fortunately, Wonder Woman beat expectations and might end up as the biggest hit of the summer, at least for a little while. July begins with Spider-Man: Homecoming, which should make at least $300 million and is the last film being released this summer that has a shot at being a $400 million hit domestically. It is very likely that nothing else this month will come within $100 million of that movie, so that could help its legs. There are a few potential $100 million hits, including War for the Planet of the Apes, Dunkirk, and a couple of other long shots. Last July had a similar feel with The Secret Life of Pets topping the list with well over $300 million, while there were five other $100 million hits. This July would have to beat expectations substantially to match this performance. I’m not confident 2017 will be able to maintain its pace at the box office. I’m worried at least one big film will struggled and 2017 will end the month behind 2016’s pace. More...

Girls Trip Trailer

June 15th, 2017

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Domestic Cumulative Box Office Records

Weekend Box Office Performance

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2017/07/21 2 $11,680,000   2,591 $4,508   $11,680,000 1

Weekly Box Office Performance

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