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Goosebumps (2015)

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Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $80,069,458Details
International Box Office $78,093,330Details
Worldwide Box Office $158,162,788
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $10,127,693 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $6,826,153 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $16,953,846
Further financial details...

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Synopsis

Upset about moving from a big city to a small town, teenager Zach Cooper finds a silver lining when he meets the beautiful girl, Hannah, living right next door. But every silver lining has a cloud, and Zach’s comes when he learns that Hannah has a mysterious dad who is revealed to be R. L. Stine, the author of the bestselling Goosebumps series. It turns out that there is a reason why Stine is so strange… he is a prisoner of his own imagination—the monsters that his books made famous are real, and Stine protects his readers by keeping them locked up in their books. When Zach unintentionally unleashes the monsters from their manuscripts and they begin to terrorize the town, it’s suddenly up to Stine, Zach, and Hannah to get all of them back in the books where they belong.

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics Certified FreshAudience Upright
Critics
76% - Certified Fresh
Audience
63% - Upright

Latest Ranking on Cumulative Box Office Lists


Movie Details

Production Budget:$58,000,000
Domestic Releases: October 16th, 2015 (Wide) by Sony Pictures
International Releases: October 14th, 2015 (Wide) (Indonesia)
October 14th, 2015 (Wide) (Malaysia)
October 15th, 2015 (Wide) (Aruba)
October 15th, 2015 (Wide) (Curacao)
October 15th, 2015 (Wide) (Israel)
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Video Release: January 12th, 2016 by Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: PG for scary and intense creature action and images, and for some rude humor.
(Rating bulletin 2380, 7/1/2015)
Running Time: 103 minutes
Comparisons: vs. Pan
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Source:Based on Fiction Book/Short Story
Genre:Horror
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Fantasy
Production Companies: Columbia Pictures, Sony Pictures Animation, LStar Capital, Village Roadshow Productions, Original Film, Scholastic Entertainment Inc.
Production Countries: United States

Ranking on other Records and Milestones

RecordRankRevenueChart
Date
Days In
Release
Biggest 18th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 830 $38,851 Feb 12, 2016 122
Biggest 17th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 985 $40,082 Feb 5, 2016 115
Biggest 16th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 967 $70,150 Jan 29, 2016 108
Biggest 15th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 983 $91,788 Jan 22, 2016 101
Biggest 14th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,010 $117,598 Jan 15, 2016 94
Biggest 13th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,026 $144,207 Jan 8, 2016 87
Biggest 12th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 852 $237,220 Jan 1, 2016 80
Biggest 11th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,301 $166,276 Dec 25, 2015 73
Biggest 10th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,469 $188,378 Dec 18, 2015 66
Biggest 9th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,596 $221,059 Dec 11, 2015 59
Biggest 8th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,770 $268,691 Dec 4, 2015 52
Biggest 7th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,363 $741,366 Nov 27, 2015 45
Biggest 6th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,075 $1,861,967 Nov 20, 2015 38
Biggest 5th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 578 $4,633,112 Nov 13, 2015 31
Biggest 4th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 562 $6,803,313 Nov 6, 2015 24
Biggest 3rd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 579 $9,867,077 Oct 30, 2015 17
Fastest Movies to Earn $50 Million at the Domestic Box Office 746 $53,277,832 Oct 30, 2015 16
Biggest 2nd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 538 $15,525,901 Oct 23, 2015 10
Biggest Sunday at the Domestic Box Office 947 $6,506,400 Oct 18, 2015 3
Biggest October Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 42 $23,618,556 Oct 16, 2015 3
Biggest Opening Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 665 $23,618,556 Oct 16, 2015 3
Biggest Weekends at the Domestic Box Office 1,030 $23,618,556 Oct 16, 2015 3
Widest Opening Weekend 322 3,501 Oct 16, 2015 3
Biggest October Day at the Domestic Box Office 75 $9,766,066 Oct 17, 2015 2
Biggest Saturday at the Domestic Box Office 900 $9,766,066 Oct 17, 2015 2
Biggest Friday at the Domestic Box Office 1,081 $7,346,090 Oct 16, 2015 1

Cast

   Stine/Voice of "Slappy"/"Invisible Boy"
   Zach
   Hannah
Amy Ryan    Gale
Ryan Lee    Champ
Jillian Bell    Lorraine
Ken Marino    Coach Carr
Timothy Simons    Officer Stevens
Halston Sage    Taylor
Steven Krueger    Davidson
Keith Arthur Bolden    Principal Garrison
Amanda Lund    Officer Brooks
Karan Soni    Mr. Rooney
R.L. Stine    Hallway Player
Caleb Emery    Dumb Jock
Gabriela Fraile    Screaming Girl
Nate Andrade    Monster
Sheldon Brown    Monster
Marshall Choka    Monster
Melissa Brewer    Monster
Melissa Cowan    Monster
John Deifer    Monster
Evertt Dixon    Monster
Brian Gabriel    Monster
Kevin Galbraith    Monster
MaryAnne Gorka    Monster
Devin Hampton    Monster
Clare Halstead    Monster
Rory Healy    Monster
Drew Lampkins    Monster
Charlie Leach    Monster
Vivian Kyle    Monster
Katie Lumpkin    Monster
Larry Mainland    Monster
Justin Natic    Monster
Lucky Mangione    Monster
Josh Philips    Monster
Mickie Pollock    Monster
Steve Quinn    Monster
Ashleigh Sizemore    Monster
Jeff Tenny    Monster
Jennifer Trudung    Monster
Ashton Woolen    Monster
Coleman Youmans    Monster

Production and Technical Credits

Director   
Producer    Deborah Forte
Producer    Neal H. Moritz
Screenwriter    Darren Lemke
Based on the Goosebumps Books Written By    R.L. Stine
Story Creator    Scott Alexander
Story Creator    Larry Karaszewski
Executive Producer    Tania Landau
Executive Producer    Bill Bannerman
Executive Producer    Ben Waisbren
Executive Producer    Bruce Berman
Executive Producer    Greg Basser
Director of Photography    Javier Aguirresarobe
Production Designer    Sean Haworth
Editor    Jim May
Costume Designer    Judianna Makovsky
Composer    Danny Elfman
Unit Production Manager    Bill Bannerman
First Assistant Director    Justin Muller
Second Assistant Director    Dawn Massaro-Adams
Co-Producer    Greg Baxter
Production Supervisor    Haley Sweet
Art Director    Dawn Snyder
Art Director    Patrick Sullivan
Art Director    Andrew White
Set Decorator    Frank Galline
Script Supervisor    Valeria Migliassi Collins
Costume Supervisor    Nick Scarano
Make up    Fionagh Cush
Make up    Phyllis Temple
Hairstylist    Adruitha Lee
Hairstylist    Elizabeth Robinson
Sound Mixer    Mary Ellis
Special Effects Coordinator    John Frazier
Special Effects Supervisor    Eric Rylander
Creature Designer    Carlos Huante
Creature Designer    Neville Page
Creature Designer    Justin Fields
Location Manager    Maida Morgan
Set Designer    Marco Rubeo
Set Designer    Thomas Minton
Set Designer    Vincent Bates
Second Unit Director    George Aguilar
Additional Editor    Debbie Tennant
Assistant Editor    Joshua Kirchmer
Re-recording Mixer    Kevin O'Connell
Re-recording Mixer    Beau Borders
Supervising Sound Editor    Ethan Van der Ryn
Supervising Sound Editor    John Marquis
Sound Designer    John Marquis
Sound Designer    Jason W. Jennings
Sound Effects Editor    Bob Kellough
Supervising Dialogue Editor    Nancy Nugent Title
Music Editor    Bill Abbott
Music Editor    Denise Okimoto
Music Editor    Terry Wilson
Additional Music    Chris Bacon
Additional Music    T.J. Lindgren
Additional Music    Paul Mounsey
Animation Supervisor    Jason Snyman
Animation Supervisor    Omar Morsy
Art Director    Ravi Bansal
Puppeteer-Slappy Puppeteer    Avery Lee Jones
Puppeteer-Slappy Puppeteer    Jake McKinnon
Stunt Coordinator    Stephen Pope

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January 12th, 2016

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Weekend Wrap-Up: Spectre Doesn't Break Records, but Earns More Than Just Peanuts

November 9th, 2015

The Peanuts Movie

It was a good weekend at the box office, but not a great weekend. Both Spectre and The Peanuts Movie opened well enough to be considered hits, but didn't quite reach the high marks I had expected. Call it irrational exuberance. Even though Spectre didn't break the record for the Bond franchise, it still did almost as well as all of the box office did last weekend. Additionally, The Peanuts Movie opened with more than $40 million, which is a great start, while its target audience should help its legs. The overall box office was $162 million, which is 115% more than last weekend. It was also 3.0% more than the same weekend last week, so the slump we've been in is officially over. Year-to-date, 2015 is now ahead of 2014 by a 4.9% margin at $8.89 billion to $8.48 billion. A $415 million lead with less than two months to go seems really safe, especially with a few more potential monster hits on the way. More...

Weekend Predictions: Will the New Releases do Good, or is There More Grief for the Box Office?

November 5th, 2015

Spectre

I've been working at The Numbers for 13 years. The past two weekends were worst back-to-back weekends that I can recall and the numbers back that up. So thank goodness October is over and November has officially begun and with that, the Holiday Box Office season has begun. There are two potential monster hits opening wide this week: Spectre and The Peanuts Movie. Both are the latest installments of long running franchises. Spectre is the 26th Bond movie (not all of which are part of the official Bond franchise). The Peanuts Movie is based on a comic strip that started officially in the 1950s and has been turned into countless TV cartoons and a handful of TV specials over the years, but it hasn't had a theatrical release for decades. These two films should dominate the market and combined they might earn twice as much as all of the films last weekend earned. There should be huge growth compared to last year, when Big Hero 6 and Interstellar earned just over $100 million combined. We've had a really bad couple of weeks, but things should really turn around this weekend. More...

International Box Office: Spectre has Spectacular Start

November 5th, 2015

Spectre

Spectre opened in first place with $80.4 million during its seven-day opening weekend. That doesn't seem like a huge amount, especially considering some of the opening weekends we've seen on the international stage this year. However, there is a mitigating factor. It was only playing in six markets. This includes the U.K., where the film broke records with $62.82 million in 651 theaters. This is equivalent to a $300 million opening week here, which would be the record for a seven-day box office here. We shouldn't get too ahead of ourselves, as Bond films have a natural affinity for that market. It does mean Spectre has a real shot at a $100 million opening weekend here. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Box Office is in Crisis Mode

November 2nd, 2015

Our Brand is Crisis

Most people expected the box office to be really weak this past weekend, but I don't think anyone anticipated this. How bad was this past weekend? All three new releases missed the Mendoza line* and there were no new releases in the top five. The overall box office was just $75 million, which was the lowest for the year and the fourth worst weekend in the past decade. This represents a 28% drop-off from last week and a 21% drop-off from the same weekend last year. 2015's overall lead over 2014 shrunk from 5.2% to 4.7%. The overall lead fell by $40 million at $8.69 billion to $8.31 billion. This is reason to panic, or it would be if Spectre wasn't opening on Friday. The film is breaking records in the U.K. and should be an explosive hit here. Hopefully it will do well enough that we can pretend the past two weeks never happened. More...

Weekend Estimates: Martian Avoids the Burnt Zombie Crisis

November 1st, 2015

The Martian

Halloween is a horror show for new releases, with none of them able to break a $2,000 theater average and The Martian enjoying a fourth weekend at the top of the chart. The sci-fi movie will earn about $11.4 million this weekend, for a total of $182.8 million, per Fox’s Sunday morning projection—down 28% from last weekend. The adult-skewing audience for the film meant it wasn’t badly affected by Halloween on Saturday, with its daily gross up 32% from Friday. In comparison, Goosebumps was up just 9% on Saturday, which leaves it too much to do to steal top spot. Sony projects the family adventure-horror film will end the weekend with $10.25 million over three days and $57.1 million in total. The new wide releases, meanwhile, will barely earn $10 million between them. More...

Friday Estimates: Halloween Haunts the Box Office

October 31st, 2015

Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse

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Weekend Predictions: Halloween Horrors

October 29th, 2015

Our Brand is Crisis

Halloween is a dead zone for the box office, for the most part, and this year it lands on Saturday. Unless we are dealing with a horror film, it's going to be a bad weekend. There are two truly wide openings this weekend, Burnt and Our Brand is Crisis, neither of which are horror films. There is also one semi-wide release, Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse, which is a horror movie, but the buzz is so quiet I don't think it will matter. All three movies are earning bad reviews and it looks like the top three this weekend will be the same as they were last weekend. (There's a chance Goosebumps gets a big enough Halloween boost to climb into first place.) This weekend last year, there was only one new release in the top ten, Nightcrawler, which earned second place with just over $10 million. That's better than any one of the new releases will do this year; however, there's better depth this year, so I think 2015 will come out on top on the year-over-year comparison. More...

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October 27th, 2015

The Last Witch Hunter

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October 26th, 2015

The Last Witch Hunter

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Weekend Estimates: Martian Avoids the Wreckage

October 25th, 2015

The Martian

Dismal is about the politest word that can be applied to the box office performance of new releases this weekend. None of the five films new in wide release managed to make the top three on the chart, and two of them didn’t even crack the top ten. That leaves The Martian and Goosebumps to battle it out for first place, and a fourth-week decline of just 25% for The Martian looks virtually certain to give it the win. Fox projects it will make $15.9 million for a total by the end of the weekend of $166 million or so. Its performance to date falls neatly between that of Interstellar and Gravity, which puts the sci-fi adventure on course for a final domestic box office of $230 million (see full comps here). More...

Friday Estimates: Rock Bottom

October 24th, 2015

Rock the Kasbah

Where to start? There are so many new releases to talk about and none of them did well. Some did so poorly that talking about them seems mean. So, let’s start by saying that Friday’s box office chart was led by The Martian, while Goosebumps has a shot at repeating on top of the chart, with each film earning about $14 million to $15 million. Meanwhile, Bridge of Spies should earn third place over the weekend with between $11 million and $12 million. More...

Weekend Predictions: Moviegoers Should be Scared to See a New Release this Weekend

October 22nd, 2015

Jem and the Holograms

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October 21st, 2015

Goosebumps

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Weekend Wrap-Up: Goosebumps Leads Unstimulating Weekend

October 20th, 2015

Bridge of Spies

It is hard to get excited about the weekend box office results, as the top four films all missed predictions. (Granted, Bridge of Spies came within a rounding error of expectations.) Goosebumps did well for a live-action family film, but still not great. The Martian fell faster than anticipated, but it was Crimson Peak that was the biggest disappointment. Overall, the box office rose 2.5% from last weekend to $121 million. However, this was 7.6% lower than the same weekend last year. Had every film in the top five matched expectations, then this gap would have been reduced to just a percent or two. Despite this, 2015 is still ahead of 2014 by more than $400 million at $8.46 billion to $8.05 billion. It would take a few more weeks of year-over-year declines before I would be concerned. More...

Weekend Estimates: Goosebumps Set to Win Tight Race

October 18th, 2015

Goosebumps

A slightly-softer-than-expected (but still good) opening for Goosebumps will be enough to take the film to the top of the box office chart this weekend, according to studio projections released on Sunday morning. Sony expects the family horror adventure to come in with $23.5 million on opening weekend, which is a solid enough start, and sets the film up for a good run, helped by strong reviews and Halloween coming up in a couple of weeks. The Martian will land in second with a projected $21.5 million as of this morning, a slightly steeper-than-expected 42% decline from last weekend, and a total to date around $144 million. In general, we’re looking at quite a few steep drops from last weekend thanks to an unfavorable comparison with the Columbus Day long weekend and a batch of new releases. More...

Friday Estimates: Close Race for First makes for Interesting Weekend

October 17th, 2015

Bridge of Spies

It looks like it will be a very interesting weekend, as Goosebumps and The Martian appear to be in a close race for first place. Goosebumps led the way on Friday with $7.35 million. This is 40% more than Pan’s opening day last weekend. Add in the film’s better reviews and its family-friendly target audience and it should have a solid internal multiplier, perhaps in the vacinity of Alexander and the Blah, Blah, Blah. That puts Goosebumps on track for a $25 million opening. That’s a little lower than I would have liked and the film will need solid legs and a reasonable international run to break even. I wouldn’t bet against it breaking even, but I don't think it will be turned into a franchise. More...

Midnight Box Office: Crimson Peak Scares Goosebumps

October 16th, 2015

Crimson Peak

Two scary films started their box office runs last night with Crimson Peak earning $855,000, putting it ahead of Goosebumps, which pulled in $600,000. By comparison, Sinister 2 earned $800,000 during its midnight showings on its way to a $10.54 million opening weekend. Sinister 2 had ... issues with its reviews, unlike Crimson Peak, which is earning 68% positive reviews. Perhaps Ouija, which opened this time last year, would be a better comparison. It earned $911,000 during its midnight shows on its way to a $19.88 million opening weekend. It too struggled with critics, but I think the release date makes it a better comparison. Crimson Peak could reach $20 million over the weekend. More...

Weekend Predictions: Will Goosebumps Bump Off the Competition?

October 15th, 2015

Goosebumps

We are getting closer to Halloween and there are two scary movies opening wide this weekend. Goosebumps is a live-action family film and as we saw with Pan, those are rarely big hits. On the other hand, this film is earning great reviews and cost about 60% less to make, so even if it just matches Pan's opening, it will still have a shot at profitability. Crimson Peak is an old-fashioned Haunted House horror film, similar to The Woman in Black, but with a $55 million production budget. That might be too much to recoup. Finally there's Bridge of Spies, a Cold War era Spy Thriller. Its reviews are the best for this week, but its target audience isn't known for rushing out to see a movie opening weekend. This weekend last year, there were five films with more than $10 million, but only one with more than $20 million. This year, we should have the same number of $10 million movies, but at least two $20 million movies and perhaps even a $30 million movie. I think 2015 has the edge in the year-over-year comparison, but unless the new releases are bigger hits than most anticipate, it could be close. More...

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October 14th, 2015

Pan

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Contest: Cutis Anserina

October 9th, 2015

Goosebumps

There are three wide releases coming out next weekend. None are expected to become $100 million hits, but none are expected to bomb either. There are two horror films coming out, which fits the theme of the prizes. Goosebumps is the bigger of these two films and is earning surprisingly strong early reviews. As such, it is the best choice for the target film for this week's Box Office Prediction contest. In order to win, one must simply predict the opening weekend box office number for Goosebumps.

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2015 Preview: October

October 1st, 2015

The Martian

September ended on a record note with the debut of Hotel Transylvania 2. Additionally, there was great depth and 2015's lead over 2014 grew to nearly $500 million. How do things look going forward? The month starts out with The Martian, which should have no trouble becoming the biggest hit of the month and might even top $200 million. On the other hand, no other film is expected to get to $100 million. There's only one or two that will even come close. Fortunately, last October was very similar with one $100 million hit, Gone Girl, while two other films came close, Annabelle and Fury. It looks like it will be up to the depth films from both years to determine which year comes out on top. 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
2015/10/16 1 $23,618,556   3,501 $6,746   $23,618,556 3
2015/10/23 2 $15,525,901 -34% 3,501 $4,435   $43,738,043 10
2015/10/30 2 $9,867,077 -36% 3,618 $2,727   $56,761,492 17
2015/11/06 4 $6,803,313 -31% 3,051 $2,230   $66,279,267 24
2015/11/13 6 $4,633,112 -32% 2,805 $1,652   $73,470,502 31
2015/11/20 11 $1,861,967 -60% 1,787 $1,042   $76,116,279 38
2015/11/27 16 $741,366 -60% 614 $1,207   $77,700,144 45
2015/12/04 20 $268,691 -64% 433 $621   $78,058,808 52
2015/12/11 24 $221,059 -18% 361 $612   $78,342,382 59
2015/12/18 26 $188,378 -15% 262 $719   $78,585,158 66
2015/12/25 31 $166,276 -12% 191 $871   $78,928,724 73
2016/01/01 28 $237,220 +43% 184 $1,289   $79,370,088 80
2016/01/08 28 $144,207 -39% 164 $879   $79,574,647 87
2016/01/15 33 $117,598 -18% 125 $941   $79,724,343 94
2016/01/22 37 $91,788 -22% 106 $866   $79,877,449 101
2016/01/29 44 $70,150 -24% 88 $797   $79,968,628 108
2016/02/05 45 $40,082 -43% 70 $573   $80,021,740 115
2016/02/12 48 $38,851 -3% 81 $480   $80,069,458 122

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2015/10/16 1 $7,346,090   3,501 $2,098   $7,346,090 1
2015/10/17 1 $9,766,066 +33% 3,501 $2,790   $17,112,156 2
2015/10/18 1 $6,506,400 -33% 3,501 $1,858   $23,618,556 3
2015/10/19 3 $1,174,374 -82% 3,501 $335   $24,792,930 4
2015/10/20 3 $1,466,447 +25% 3,501 $419   $26,259,377 5
2015/10/21 4 $945,290 -36% 3,501 $270   $27,204,667 6
2015/10/22 3 $1,007,475 +7% 3,501 $288   $28,212,142 7
2015/10/23 2 $3,956,829 +293% 3,501 $1,130   $32,168,971 8
2015/10/24 2 $7,041,435 +78% 3,501 $2,011   $39,210,406 9
2015/10/25 1 $4,527,637 -36% 3,501 $1,293   $43,738,043 10
2015/10/26 4 $769,316 -83% 3,501 $220   $44,507,359 11
2015/10/27 4 $962,488 +25% 3,501 $275   $45,469,847 12
2015/10/28 3 $696,199 -28% 3,501 $199   $46,166,046 13
2015/10/29 3 $728,369 +5% 3,501 $208   $46,894,415 14
2015/10/30 2 $3,057,342 +320% 3,618 $845   $49,951,757 15
2015/10/31 3 $3,326,075 +9% 3,618 $919   $53,277,832 16
2015/11/01 2 $3,483,660 +5% 3,618 $963   $56,761,492 17
2015/11/02 3 $674,969 -81% 3,618 $187   $57,436,461 18
2015/11/03 2 $1,058,803 +57% 3,618 $293   $58,495,264 19
2015/11/04 4 $452,124 -57% 3,618 $125   $58,947,388 20
2015/11/05 3 $528,566 +17% 3,618 $146   $59,475,954 21
2015/11/06 5 $1,675,772 +217% 3,051 $549   $61,151,726 22
2015/11/07 4 $3,270,370 +95% 3,051 $1,072   $64,422,096 23
2015/11/08 4 $1,857,171 -43% 3,051 $609   $66,279,267 24
2015/11/09 6 $287,737 -85% 3,051 $94   $66,567,004 25
2015/11/10 5 $553,814 +92% 3,051 $182   $67,120,818 26
2015/11/11 4 $1,429,740 +158% 3,051 $469   $68,550,558 27
2015/11/12 7 $286,832 -80% 3,051 $94   $68,837,390 28
2015/11/13 7 $1,129,529 +294% 2,805 $403   $69,966,919 29
2015/11/14 6 $2,230,383 +97% 2,805 $795   $72,197,302 30
2015/11/15 6 $1,273,200 -43% 2,805 $454   $73,470,502 31
2015/11/16 7 $198,894 -84% 2,805 $71   $73,669,396 32
2015/11/17 7 $253,925 +28% 2,805 $91   $73,923,321 33
2015/11/18 7 $183,574 -28% 2,805 $65   $74,106,895 34
2015/11/19 7 $147,417 -20% 2,805 $53   $74,254,312 35
2015/11/20 11 $382,232 +159% 1,787 $214   $74,636,544 36
2015/11/21 11 $860,922 +125% 1,787 $482   $75,497,466 37
2015/11/22 10 $618,813 -28% 1,787 $346   $76,116,279 38
2015/11/23 9 $278,542 -55% 1,787 $156   $76,394,821 39
2015/11/24 9 $306,230 +10% 1,787 $171   $76,701,051 40
2015/11/25 - $161,237 -47% 1,787 $90   $76,862,288 41
2015/11/26 - $96,490 -40% 1,787 $54   $76,958,778 42
2015/11/27 - $287,552 +198% 614 $468   $77,246,330 43
2015/11/28 - $295,500 +3% 614 $481   $77,541,830 44
2015/11/29 - $158,314 -46% 614 $258   $77,700,144 45
2015/11/30 - $28,547 -82% 614 $46   $77,728,691 46
2015/12/01 - $22,966 -20% 614 $37   $77,751,657 47
2015/12/02 - $20,428 -11% 614 $33   $77,772,085 48
2015/12/03 - $18,032 -12% 614 $29   $77,790,117 49
2015/12/04 - $53,191 +195% 433 $123   $77,843,308 50
2015/12/05 - $130,635 +146% 433 $302   $77,973,943 51
2015/12/06 - $84,865 -35% 433 $196   $78,058,808 52
2015/12/07 - $14,661 -83% 433 $34   $78,073,469 53
2015/12/08 - $19,335 +32% 433 $45   $78,092,804 54
2015/12/09 - $14,696 -24% 433 $34   $78,107,500 55
2015/12/10 - $13,823 -6% 433 $32   $78,121,323 56

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2015/10/16 1 $28,212,142   3,501 $8,058   $28,212,142 7
2015/10/23 2 $18,682,273 -34% 3,501 $5,336   $46,894,415 14
2015/10/30 3 $12,581,539 -33% 3,618 $3,477   $59,475,954 21
2015/11/06 4 $9,361,436 -26% 3,051 $3,068   $68,837,390 28
2015/11/13 7 $5,416,922 -42% 2,805 $1,931   $74,254,312 35
2015/11/20 13 $2,704,466 -50% 1,787 $1,513   $76,958,778 42
2015/11/27 16 $831,339 -69% 614 $1,354   $77,790,117 49
2015/12/04 21 $331,206 -60% 433 $765   $78,121,323 56
2015/12/11 26 $275,457 -17% 361 $763   $78,396,780 63
2015/12/18 26 $365,668 +33% 361 $1,013   $78,762,448 70
2015/12/25 29 $370,420 +1% 191 $1,939   $79,132,868 77
2016/01/01 28 $297,572 -20% 184 $1,617   $79,430,440 84
2016/01/08 31 $176,305 -41% 164 $1,075   $79,606,745 91
2016/01/15 33 $178,916 +1% 125 $1,431   $79,785,661 98
2016/01/22 39 $112,817 -37% 106 $1,064   $79,898,478 105
2016/01/29 45 $83,180 -26% 88 $945   $79,981,658 112
2016/02/05 49 $48,949 -41% 70 $699   $80,030,607 119

Box Office Summary Per Territory

Territory Release
Date
Opening
Weekend
Opening
Weekend
Theaters
Maximum
Theaters
Theatrical
Engagements
Total
Box Office
Report
Date
Argentina 10/29/2015 $471,783 141 141 416 $1,225,023 1/5/2016
Aruba 10/15/2015 $1,007 2 3 8 $12,948 11/3/2015
Australia 1/15/2016 $1,983,466 331 331 1755 $6,600,159 6/9/2016
Austria 2/5/2016 $127,941 91 92 364 $371,347 6/9/2016
Bahrain 10/29/2015 $66,530 8 8 28 $198,319 12/16/2015
Belgium 1/27/2016 $142,458 65 73 234 $458,130 6/9/2016
Bolivia 10/22/2015 $67,148 33 33 116 $323,190 12/8/2015
Brazil 10/22/2015 $654,670 470 470 1278 $1,856,296 6/9/2016
Bulgaria 10/23/2015 $19,342 38 39 138 $89,488 12/29/2015
Cambodia 10/16/2015 $43,507 15 15 27 $85,847 11/3/2015
Central America 10/22/2015 $275,019 156 156 414 $863,792 12/16/2015
Chile 10/29/2015 $157,613 86 86 262 $510,804 12/16/2015
Colombia 10/29/2015 $511,173 182 184 604 $1,612,045 12/21/2015
Croatia 12/3/2015 $14,764 32 32 105 $46,895 1/26/2016
Curacao 10/15/2015 $2,939 4 4 13 $10,745 11/17/2015
Czech Republic 11/12/2015 $115,875 156 156 380 $279,720 12/16/2015
Dominican Republic 10/29/2015 $17,309 26 26 58 $51,485 11/25/2015
Ecuador 10/23/2015 $177,955 84 84 353 $769,045 12/16/2015
Egypt 10/29/2015 $36,921 11 11 53 $145,359 1/5/2016
Estonia 12/4/2015 $7,228 11 11 24 $15,538 12/21/2015
France 2/10/2016 $915,348 410 410 1347 $2,287,165 6/9/2016
Germany 2/4/2016 $919,224 801 801 2772 $2,487,869 6/9/2016
Ghana 10/23/2015 $0 0 2 4 $4,295 11/10/2015
Greece 12/10/2015 $34,406 31 31 68 $86,197 9/5/2016
Hong Kong 10/22/2015 $359,023 105 105 225 $820,855 12/16/2015
Hungary 10/29/2015 $65,251 74 74 258 $167,868 12/21/2015
India 10/30/2015 $458,307 409 409 706 $839,982 12/16/2015
Indonesia 10/14/2015 $1,241,820 266 266 733 $2,384,961 11/25/2015
Iraq 10/29/2015 $11,129 5 5 15 $35,128 12/8/2015
Israel 10/15/2015 $43,961 23 23 133 $209,356 1/20/2016
Italy 1/21/2016 $476,280 180 200 575 $1,128,744 6/9/2016
Jamaica 10/21/2015 $4,993 1 6 18 $42,451 11/25/2015
Jordan 10/29/2015 $20,860 5 6 27 $84,707 12/16/2015
Kenya 10/23/2015 $6,830 11 12 29 $34,230 11/25/2015
Kuwait 10/29/2015 $173,394 16 16 36 $386,904 12/1/2015
Latvia 12/4/2015 $12,882 9 9 21 $29,537 1/5/2016
Lebanon 10/29/2015 $45,595 17 18 65 $133,255 12/29/2015
Lithuania 12/4/2015 $11,822 11 11 23 $22,480 12/21/2015
Malaysia 10/14/2015 $912,077 153 162 665 $2,549,874 12/16/2015
Mexico 10/23/2015 $2,913,233 1850 1850 3634 $7,105,137 12/21/2015
Netherlands 2/11/2016 $103,742 72 73 263 $292,614 6/9/2016
New Zealand 12/4/2015 $98,432 125 125 511 $530,347 6/9/2016
Nigeria 10/23/2015 $17,628 17 17 61 $95,221 12/8/2015
Norway 11/27/2015 $55,675 187 187 381 $168,632 12/21/2015
Oman 10/29/2015 $41,052 8 10 21 $90,988 12/1/2015
Peru 10/29/2015 $418,339 135 135 451 $1,523,924 12/16/2015
Philippines 10/21/2015 $602,246 147 147 365 $1,432,853 11/17/2015
Poland 2/5/2016 $52,333 98 98 219 $146,981 2/23/2016
Portugal 1/28/2016 $31,154 27 27 67 $72,683 6/9/2016
Qatar 10/29/2015 $111,484 8 8 22 $249,875 12/16/2015
Romania 11/13/2015 $112,960 55 55 170 $245,060 12/16/2015
Russia (CIS) 12/3/2015 $1,266,147 1460 1460 3690 $2,560,057 1/20/2016
Serbia and Montenegro 12/3/2015 $3,972 14 14 34 $11,505 1/26/2016
Singapore 10/29/2015 $380,298 18 26 100 $1,080,066 12/16/2015
Slovakia 10/29/2015 $20,264 46 46 91 $35,946 11/25/2015
Slovenia 12/3/2015 $4,340 11 11 26 $12,982 6/9/2016
South Africa 10/30/2015 $131,357 107 107 440 $646,554 9/5/2016
South Korea 1/14/2016 $910,489 514 514 797 $1,876,174 6/9/2016
Spain 1/29/2016 $1,094,079 352 352 1838 $3,186,689 6/9/2016
Suriname 10/22/2015 $3,199 1 2 6 $9,855 12/8/2015
Switzerland 1/21/2016 $0 0 34 91 $145,035 6/9/2016
Syria 10/29/2015 $1,114 1 1 3 $4,537 11/17/2015
Taiwan 12/31/2015 $538,765 95 95 279 $1,187,877 6/9/2016
Thailand 12/24/2015 $325,266 136 136 369 $1,379,766 6/9/2016
Trinidad 10/21/2015 $74,427 17 17 62 $190,215 12/16/2015
Turkey 11/27/2015 $55,546 108 108 150 $93,766 12/16/2015
Ukraine 12/31/2015 $123,794 218 218 457 $309,541 2/2/2016
United Arab Emirates 10/29/2015 $572,136 71 71 189 $1,238,306 12/16/2015
United Kingdom 2/5/2016 $3,886,147 510 526 4229 $12,978,418 6/9/2016
Uruguay 10/22/2015 $29,322 15 17 109 $172,786 2/17/2016
Venezuela 10/30/2015 $882,664 72 72 755 $9,129,508 6/9/2016
Vietnam 10/16/2015 $180,144 103 103 267 $627,399 12/1/2015
 
International Total$78,093,330 9/5/2016

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
1/31/20162206,577 206,577$3,716,320$3,716,3203
2/7/2016387,664-58% 294,241$1,541,133$5,257,4534
2/14/2016387,385n/c381,626$1,322,135$6,579,5885
2/21/2016650,989-42% 432,615$915,762$7,495,3516
2/28/20161322,282-56% 454,897$400,408$7,895,7587
3/13/20161328,791 497,163$287,910$8,426,0849
3/20/20161725,764-11% 522,927$257,640$8,683,72410
3/27/20161633,560+30% 556,487$373,858$9,057,58211

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
1/31/20161133,852 133,852$2,703,810$2,703,8103
2/7/2016481,523-39% 215,375$1,315,786$4,019,5964
2/14/2016755,007-33% 270,383$870,217$4,889,8135
2/21/2016830,523-45% 300,906$695,317$5,585,1306
2/28/20161311,183-63% 312,089$256,430$5,841,5607
3/6/2016168,925-20% 321,014$180,287$6,021,8478
3/20/20161510,541 339,503$165,605$6,361,19510

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