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The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014)

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Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $59,076,019Details
International Box Office $105,274,390Details
Worldwide Box Office $164,350,409
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $4,665,555 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $5,103,338 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $9,768,893
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Synopsis

The adventures of Gustave H., a legendary concierge at a famous European hotel between the wars, and Zero Moustafa, the lobby boy who becomes his most trusted friend. The story involves the theft and recovery of a priceless Renaissance painting and the battle for an enormous family fortune—all against the back-drop of a suddenly and dramatically changing Continent.

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics Certified FreshAudience Upright
Critics
92% - Certified Fresh
Audience
86% - Upright

Latest Ranking on Cumulative Box Office Lists


Movie Details

Production Budget:$31,000,000
Domestic Releases: March 7th, 2014 (Limited) by Fox Searchlight
International Releases: March 5th, 2014 (Wide) (Belgium)
March 6th, 2014 (Wide) (Germany)
March 7th, 2014 (Wide) (Austria)
March 7th, 2014 (Wide) (United Kingdom)
March 13th, 2014 (Wide) (Czech Republic)
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Video Release: June 17th, 2014 by Fox Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: R for language, some sexual content and violence.
(Rating bulletin 2299, 11/20/2013)
Running Time: 100 minutes
Comparisons: Best Picture Oscar Nominees, 2015
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Keywords: Ensemble, Writing and Writers, Non-Chronological, Unnamed Character, Inheritance, Wrongfully Convicted, Prison Break, Romance, Death of a Son or Daughter, Death of a Spouse or Fiancée / Fiancé, Rags to Riches, May / December Romance, Hitmen, Breaking the Fourth Wall, Intertitle, Prologue, Voiceover/Narration, Same Role, Multiple Actors, Immigration, Fascism, Orphan, Bigotry, Gratuitous Cameos, Animated Sequences, Winter Sports, Old Age Makeup, Nazis Outside of World War II, 2015 Oscars Best Picture Nominee
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Comedy
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Historical Fiction
Production Companies: Fox Searchlight Pictures, Indian Paintbrush, Studio Babelsberg, American Empirical
Production Countries: United States

Ranking on other Records and Milestones

RecordRankRevenueChart
Date
Days In
Release
Biggest 25th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 426 $6,424 Aug 22, 2014 171
Biggest 24th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 464 $7,871 Aug 15, 2014 164
Biggest 23rd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 551 $7,282 Aug 8, 2014 157
Biggest 22nd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 550 $15,008 Aug 1, 2014 150
Biggest 21st Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 551 $26,581 Jul 25, 2014 143
Biggest 20th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 504 $52,376 Jul 18, 2014 136
Biggest 19th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 549 $69,321 Jul 11, 2014 129
Biggest 18th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 543 $100,089 Jul 4, 2014 122
Biggest 17th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 578 $119,673 Jun 27, 2014 115
Biggest 16th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 666 $132,861 Jun 20, 2014 108
Biggest 15th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 603 $196,466 Jun 13, 2014 101
Biggest 14th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 613 $243,079 Jun 6, 2014 94
Biggest 13th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 471 $374,752 May 30, 2014 87
Biggest 12th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 328 $657,051 May 23, 2014 80
Biggest 11th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 294 $1,041,698 May 16, 2014 73
Biggest 10th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 257 $1,545,746 May 9, 2014 66
Biggest 9th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 324 $1,777,513 May 2, 2014 59
Fastest Movies to Earn $50 Million at the Domestic Box Office 1,341 $50,249,299 May 2, 2014 57
Biggest 8th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 336 $2,459,171 Apr 25, 2014 52
Biggest 7th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 330 $3,415,528 Apr 18, 2014 45
Biggest 6th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 401 $4,069,245 Apr 11, 2014 38
Biggest 5th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 343 $6,115,230 Apr 4, 2014 31
Biggest 4th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 362 $8,539,795 Mar 28, 2014 24
Biggest 3rd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 986 $6,787,955 Mar 21, 2014 17
Biggest 2nd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 2,697 $3,638,041 Mar 14, 2014 10
Biggest Opening Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 4,652 $811,166 Mar 7, 2014 3

Cast

Ralph Fiennes    M. Gustave
F. Murray Abraham    Mr. Moustafa
Edward Norton    Henckels
Mathieu Amalric    Serge
Saoirse Ronan    Agatha
Adrien Brody    Dmitri
Willem Dafoe    Jopling
Lea Seydoux    Clotilde
Jeff Goldblum    Kovacs
Jason Schwartzman    M. Jean
Jude Law    Young Writer
Tilda Swinton    Madame D.
Harvey Keitel    Ludwig
Tom Wilkinson    Author
Bill Murray    M. Ivan
Owen Wilson    M. Chuck
Tony Revolori    Zero
Larry Pine    Mr. Mosher
Giselda Volodi    Serge's Sister
Florian Lukas    Pinky
Karl Markovics    Wolf
Volker Zack Michalowski    Gunther
Neal Huff    Lieutenant

Production and Technical Credits

Director   
Screenwriter    Wes Anderson
Story Creator    Wes Anderson
Story Creator    Hugo Guinness
Producer    Wes Anderson
Producer    Scott Rudin
Producer    Steven Rales
Producer    Jeremy Dawson
Executive Producer    Molly Cooper
Executive Producer    Carl Woebcken
Executive Producer    Christoph Fisser
Executive Producer    Henning Molfenter
Co-Producer    Jane Frazer
Director of Photography    Robert Yeoman
Production Designer    Adam Stockhausen
Editor    Barney Pilling
Music Supervisor    Randall Poster
Composer    Alexandre Desplat
Costume Designer    Milena Canonero
Casting Director    Jina Jay
Casting Director    Douglas Aibel
Special Photography Unit    Roman Coppola
Hair, Make-up, and Prosthetic Designer    Frances Hannon
Additional Casting    Simone Bar
Additional Casting    Alexandra Montag
Additional Casting    Antoinette Boulat
Assistant Director    Josh Robertson
Assistant Director    Ben Howard
Sound Mixer    Pawel Wdowczak
Supervising Art Director    Gerald Sullivan
Set Decorator    Anna Pinnock
Associate Producer    Octavia Peissel
Second Unit Director    Martin Scali
Unit Production Manager    Miki Emmrich
Visual Effects Supervisor    Gabriel Sanchez
Supervising Sound Editor    Wayne Lemmer
Supervising Sound Editor    Christopher Scarabosio
Re-recording Mixer    Wayne Lemmer
Re-recording Mixer    Christopher Scarabosio
Music Editor    Yann McCullough
Make-up and Hair Designer    Julie Dartnell
Make-up and Hair Designer    Norma Webb
Costume Supervisor    Patricia Colin
Art Director    Stephan Gessler
Art Director    Steve Summersgil
Assistant Art Director    Tarnia Nicol
Set Designer    Josef Brandl
Special Effects Supervisor    Uli Nefzer
Special Effects Supervisor    Gerd Nefzer
Special Effects Coordinator    Klaus Mielich
Special Effects    Nefzer Babelsberg
Visual Effects Executive Producer    Henrik Fett
Visual Effects Producer    Jenny Foster
Stunt Coordinator    Volkhart Buff
Prosthetic Makeup Designer    Mark Coulier

2014 Awards Season: Oscars - And the Winner is... Birdman for Best Picture

February 22nd, 2015

Birdman poster

The Oscar ceremony is tonight and we will be live-blogging the winners... assuming I don't get bored and wander away. On a serious note, while my job is all about movies and I love watching movies, I love paying attention to box office numbers, I even love Awards Season. I hate ceremonies. As per usual, here is the list of nominees marked according to predictions / wishes. Nominees in Bold are the ones predicted to win by our readers. If I predicted a different film, those are in Italics. Meanwhile, the nominees I want to win, but don't think will win, are Underlined. There are a few categories where the film I really think deserves the award were not even nominated, plus a few I don't have a real opinion on. More...

Oscar Predictions: Boyhood and Birdman Neck and Neck for Top Two Awards

February 22nd, 2015

The polls are closed in our 18th annual Predict the Academy Awards contest, and it has turned out to be the most exciting two-horse race in the history of the contest.

After weeks of intense debate among our voters, we have a virtual tie in the biggest categories of all: Best Picture and Best Director. The predicted Best Picture winner is, in fact, a statistical dead heat. Boyhood garnered 47% of the total vote, and Birdman 46%, giving the Linklater epic the tiniest of edges.

Best Director is a clearer contest, but still close, and still a bout between Boyhood and Birdman. Richard Linklater is favorite to win Best Director, perhaps in part because he’s more “due” for the award than Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu. As noted, though, “favorite” is strong, given the closeness of this category, with Linklater getting 55% of the votes and Inarritu taking a 46% share.

The other big story about this year’s contest is just how much of a two-horse contest it really is. With 93% of the Best Picture vote going to Birdman and Boyhood, the remaining nominees were left to split the other 7% of the vote. American Sniper, The Grand Budapest Hotel, The Imitation Game and The Theory of Everything each gathered a handful of votes from The Numbers readers, and Selma and Whiplash are given virtually no chance at all. More...

2014 Awards Season: Oscar Highlight: Best Picture

February 20th, 2015

Birdman poster

With our annual Oscar Prediction contest underway, now is the best time to look at the nominees and try and figure out who the favorites are and which films should just feel honored to be nominated. Today we look at the biggest prize, Best Picture. Like with Best Director, this is a two-horse race with the same two films at the top of the list. More...

2014 Awards Season: Oscar Highlight: Best Director

February 20th, 2015

Birdman poster

With our annual Oscar Prediction contest underway, now is the best time to look at the nominees and try and figure out who the favorites are and which films should just feel honored to be nominated. Today we look at the Best Director category, which is neither among the most nor among the least competitive categories. We definitely have a favorite, but we also have another nominee with a better than average shot at winning. More...

2014 Awards Season: Oscar Highlight: Best Original Screenplay

February 17th, 2015

The Grand Budapest Hotel poster

With our annual Oscar Prediction contest underway, now is the best time to look at the nominees and try and figure out who the favorites are and which films should just feel honored to be nominated. Today we look at the two writing categories, starting with Best Original Screenplay. This is actually a two-horse race and for once, I'd be happy with either of the two leading contenders winning. More...

2014 - Awards Season: WGA - Winners

February 14th, 2015

The Grand Budapest Hotel poster

The Writers Guild of America winners were just announced and there wasn't a lot of surprises to talk about, but enough interesting things happened that it wasn't boring. More...

Blu-ray Sales: Lucy has Diamond Debut on Blu

February 9th, 2015

New releases dominated the Blu-ray Sales Chart earning the top three spots. This includes Lucy, which opened in first place with 425,000 units / $8.71 million for an opening week Blu-ray share of 54%. Action films tend to do really well on Blu-ray, so this result isn't too much of a surprise. More...

2014 - Awards Season: BAFTA - Winners

February 8th, 2015

The Grand Budapest Hotel poster

The BAFTA winners were announced on Sunday and there were a few surprises, including the number one winner. The Grand Budapest Hotel took home five awards, while Boyhood, The Theory of Everything, and Whiplash earned three each. More...

2014 Awards Season: Oscars - Nominations

January 17th, 2015

Birdman poster

The Oscar nominations were announced early in the morning, when all sensible people were asleep. There were some surprises, as well as some results that would have been surprises had it not been for the previous Awards Season nominations. Seventeen films earned two or more nods, led by Birdman and The Grand Budapest Hotel, both of which picked up nine nominations, while The Imitation Game was right behind with eight. More...

2014 - Awards Season: DGA - Nominations

January 15th, 2015

Birdman poster

The Directors Guild of America were the last major Awards Season group to hand out their nominations and did so over two days this week. Not surprisingly, for the most part, the same group of films appear on this list as have appeared on the rest of the Awards Season nominations. Birdman, Boyhood, and The Imitation Game all make appearances, More...

2014 - Awards Season: Golden Globes - Winners

January 12th, 2015

Boyhood poster

We are still waiting for the DGA nominations to be announced, but we had the first major awards show on Sunday. The Golden Globes winners were announced Sunday night and while there were not a lot of surprises, there are some things worth talking about. Leading the way with three wins was Boyhood, while Birdman and The Theory of Everything each picked up a pair of wins. More...

2014 - Awards Season: BAFTA - Nominations

January 11th, 2015

The Grand Budapest Hotel poster

The BAFTA nominations were announced yesterday and unlike most other Awards Season voters, the BAFTA voters gave us some real surprises. For instance, Birdman didn't lead the way. In fact, it was a comedy, The Grand Budapest Hotel, that earned the most nominations at 11. Granted, Birdman and The Theory of Everything were tied for second place with ten each, but it is still strange to see a comedy leading the way. More...

2014 - Awards Season: WGA - Nominations

January 10th, 2015

Boyhood poster

The Writers Guild of America nominations were latest to be announced, but were there any real surprises? Yes. Birdman didn't get a nomination, but Guardians of the Galaxy did. More on that later. Besides those two films, there are not a lot of surprises here and the usual contenders are present, including Boyhood and The Imitation Game, but there are also some other notable films missing. More...

2014 - Awards Season: PGA - Nominations

January 10th, 2015

Birdman poster

The Producers Guild of America nominations were announced and there's not a lot of surprises among the three categories. Birdman, Boyhood, The Imitation Game, and others continue to get accolades, but there are also some films that are being passed over too often. More...

2014 - Awards Season: Golden Globes - Nominations

December 11th, 2014

Birdman poster

The Golden Globes nominations were announced this morning, at three in the morning, because the people at Golden Globes are under the delusion that news announced at 3:00 a.m. is somehow more important if it is announced before anyone is awake. As for the actual nominations, like with the Independent Spirit Awards and the SAG nominations, Birdman led the way. It earned seven nominations, while Boyhood and The Imitation Game tied for second with five apiece. Starting to notice a pattern here? This could be a really dull Awards Season with very few surprises. On the other hand, predictable means less work for me. Plus, predictable probably means the Awards Season voters are making the right choices, as surprises usually mean someone made the wrong choice. More...

2014 - Awards Season: SAG - Nominations

December 10th, 2014

Birdman poster

The Screen Actors Guild nominations were announced Wednesday morning. Are there surprises worth mentioning? Is the Oscar picture beginning to take shape? Like with the Independent Spirit Awards, Birdman led the way this time earning four nominations from six categories, while Boyhood, The Imitation Game, and The Theory of Everything had three nods each.

More...

Featured Blu-ray / DVD Review: Under the Skin

July 14th, 2014

Under the Skin stars Scarlett Johansson, which gave the film a lot more star power than most limited releases have. On the other hand, the premise was a little out there, so much so that it really never had a shot at expanding significantly. It managed $2.5 million, which is great, especially considering so far this year only three limited releases have topped $10 million (The Grand Budapest Hotel, Chef, and very recently Belle). Does the film work as an art house film? Will it please more mainstream audiences? More...

DVD and Blu-ray Releases for July 1st, 2014

June 30th, 2014

It is a terrible week on the home market. The biggest new release according to Amazon.com is Legend of Korra: Book Two, Spirits, which is coming out on DVD and DVD or Blu-ray. However, according to the people sending me a screener, it doesn't come out till the first week of August. The best release on this week's list is The Grand Budapest Hotel, but it came out last month and the Blu-ray arrived late. The best new release on this week's list, that I know is coming out this week, is The Lunchbox and the Blu-ray Combo Pack is the Pick of the Week. More...

Featured Blu-ray / DVD Review: The Grand Budapest Hotel

June 28th, 2014

The Grand Budapest Hotel is the latest film from auteur director, Wes Anderson, and it is also his biggest box office hit. I liked some of his earlier films, but after The Life Aquatic and The Darjeeling Limited, I didn't consider myself a fan of his work. Then I saw The Fantastic Mr. Fox and Moonrise Kingdom and I loved both. Because of this, I was super excited to see The Grand Budapest Hotel and its box office success caused my expectations to rise even more. Did they rise too high? Is this Wes Anderson's best movie, as well as his biggest hit? More...

DVD and Blu-ray Releases for June 17th, 2014

June 17th, 2014

It's a good week / bad week on the home market. There are several releases coming out this week that are absolutely worth picking up. But there are also several of these where I'm still waiting for screeners to arrive, some of which are contenders for Pick of the Week, like The Grand Budapest Hotel or House of Cards. Other potential Pick of the Week contenders include Ernest and Celestine on Blu-ray Combo Pack and The LEGO Movie on Blu-ray Combo Pack. It was literally a coin toss and Ernest and Celestine won. Meanwhile, No Clue on DVD wins the Puck of the Week, for the best Canadian release of the week. More...

Per Theater Chart: Godzilla Chows Down on the Competition

May 20th, 2014

The Immigrant poster

Godzilla led the way on both the overall box office chart and the per theater box office chart, earning an average of $23,580 in nearly 4,000 theaters. The second best film on the per theater chart was The Immigrant with an average of $14,688 in three theaters. Chinese Puzzle was the final film in the $10,000 club with an average of $11,772 in two theaters. More...

Per Theater Chart: Belle Has Beautiful Debut

May 7th, 2014

Belle poster

Belle led the way on the per theater chart with an opening of just over $100,000 in four theaters for an average of $26,645. Meanwhile, The Amazing Spider-Man 2 was relatively close behind with an average of $21,186 in more than 4,000 theaters. The only other film in the $10,000 club on the per theater chart was Ida, which made $55,000 in 3 theaters for an average of $18,479. More...

Weekend Estimates: Spider-Man Swings into Summer with $92 million

May 4th, 2014

The Amazing Spider-Man 2 poster

The modern tradition is that first weekend in May starts the Summer season with a super-hero action movie. And Hollywood being the industry that lets no tradition go before it's beaten it to death, this year we start Summer, on the first weekend in May, with the release of The Amazing Spider-Man 2. Now, the most amazing fact about the Spider-Man franchise is probably that every movie has done worse at the domestic box office than the one before it, even without adjusting for inflation. This is another tradition that looks like it might continue, with Spider-Man 2 opening with $92 million—without doubt a very good debut, but one that points towards a final box office around $250 million, or perhaps a shade higher. With The Amazing Spider-Man having made $262 million in 2012, a fourth straight decline for the franchise looks like a 50-50 bet right now. More...

Per Theater Chart: Most Limited Releases have a Rough Time

April 30th, 2014

From the Rough poster

It was not a good week on the per theater chart, as only one film topped the $10,000 mark. That film was Locke, which earned an average of $20,252 in four theaters. More...

Per Theater Chart: Fade Sharpens into Focus

April 23rd, 2014

Fading Gigolo poster

Fading Gigolo debuted on top of the per theater chart with an average of $36,160 in five theaters. This is the second best per theater average for a 2014 release behind The Grand Budapest Hotel. Granted, it was well behind that film, but still in second place. Also, given the film's reviews, it won't last very long at the box office. The only other film to reach the $10,000 club was Godzilla: The Original Japanese Version, which celebrated its 60th anniversary with $10,903 in one theater. More...

International Box Office: Rio 2 Rise, Soldier Surges Past Milestones

April 17th, 2014

Rio 2 poster

Rio 2 raced to first place with $63.5 million on 20,008 screens in 65 markets for a total of $125.6 million after four weeks of release. This includes a first place debut in Mexico, where it earned $8.42 million on 2,627 screens over the weekend for a total opening of $8.97 million. This is about $3 million more than the first film's debut there. It also earned first place in Australia with $2.09 million on 278 screens, although this is weaker than its predecessor. It is still too soon to tell where it will finish internationally, as it has been doing better in some markets, but worse in others, when compared to Rio. That said, I think the studio should be happy overall. More...

International Box Office: Winter of Content

April 9th, 2014

Captian America: The Winter Soldier poster

Captain America: The Winter Soldier remained in first place on the international chart with $109.8 million in 50 markets for a two week total of $209.4 million internationally and $304.4 million worldwide. The Winter Soldier is already ahead of the first Captain America internationally, and by this time next week, it will have $500 million worldwide, about 30% more than its predecessor's final figure. This week, the film opened in first place in a trio of major markets, led by China where it earned $36.23 million, which is just over $20 million more than the first film finished with in that market. Russia was next with an opening of $7.79 million on 1,685, or $1 million lower than the first film's final tally there. Finally there was Australia, where the film opened with $5.91 million, which is about 20% more than its predecessor opened with. As far as holdovers go, the film added $4.64 million in the U.K. for a total of $18.31 million there, which is already ahead of the first film's total. More...

Per Theater Chart: Under Over Everyone Else

April 8th, 2014

Under the Skin poster

Under the Skin opened surprisingly well with a per theater average of $33,289 in four theaters. This is the second best opening per theater average for any film released in 2014, well back of The Grand Budapest Hotel's record-breaking debut. The only other film in the $10,000 club was the overall box office leader, Captain America: The Winter Soldier, which earned an average of $24,130 in nearly 4,000 theaters. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Winter Soldier Produces a Lot of Heat

April 7th, 2014

Captian America: The Winter Soldier poster

So the first weekend of April was amazing. Not only did Game of Thrones set a series record for ratings (and the best for HBO since The Sopranos) but Captain America: The Winter Soldier set the April opening weekend of all time. Its opening was on the high end of expectations, which is great news, and this strength helped the overall box office grow by 19% from last weekend to $167 million. This is also 24% more than the same weekend last year. Year-to-date, 2014 now has $2.55 billion, which is 7% more than 2013's running tally of $2.38 billion. More...

Weekend Predictions: Will Captain America Freeze Out the Competition?

April 3rd, 2014

Captian America: The Winter Soldier poster

It is the first weekend in April, which means one thing... Game of Thrones returns! Also, Captain America: The Winter Soldier opens domestically. The film already opened internationally and was a much bigger hit than its predecessor was in the markets it debuted in, which bodes well for its opening here. On the other hand, it scared away all other films and there's no competition opening in wide release and it could take a real bite out of the holdovers. That said, this weekend last year, the biggest hit of the weekend was Evil Dead, which only made $25.78 million and The Winter Soldier could earn four times that over the weekend. More...

International Box Office: Winter of Content

April 3rd, 2014

Captian America: The Winter Soldier poster

Captain America: The Winter Soldier started its international run a week earlier than its domestic run and it started out really well. It earned first place with $75.2 million in 32 markets. This includes a number of major markets, led by the U.K. with $10.05 million on 535 screens. By comparison, the first Captain America made $14.75 million in the U.K., in total, including a $4.90 million start. It also cracked $10 million in South Korea with $8.89 million on 1,268 screens over the weekend for a total opening of $10.99 million. The first film made $3.81 million in South Korea in total. The Winter Soldier also opened in Mexico, earning $8.60 million on 2,681, which was a little bit above its predecessor opening. It is too soon to tell if it will reach $20 million, like The First Avenger did. The first film made $10.28 million in France in total, while this film opened with $6.06 million on 664 screens. In Germany, the film only managed $3.66 million on 626 screens over the weekend for a total opening of $3.99 million, compared to $4.81 million the original made in total. It had a near identical opening in Italy with $3.60 million on 648 screens over the weekend, for a total opening of $4.06 million. This is close to half of the $8.60 million the first film made in total in that market. On the other hand, the film had to settle for second place in Spain with $2.93 million in 709 screens, which is just a little bit more than the $2.54 million the original opened with. As you can tell, The Winter Soldier topped The First Avenger's opening in every major market. It topped its predecessor's total in one major market. This is an amazing start and with several major markets left ahead of it, an international total of $300 million is a reasonable goal. More...

Per Theater Chart: Mistakes Paid Dividends, while Raid Rules

April 1st, 2014

Mistaken for Strangers poster

It was a close race, but The Raid 2 took top spot on the per theater chart with an average of $23,613 in seven theaters. Finding Vivian Maier was right behind with an average of $21,200 in three theaters. The overall number one film, Noah, was the only other film in the $10,000 club, earning an average of $12,257. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Noah Sails to the Top, but Box Office Sinks

April 1st, 2014

Noah poster

March is over and it ended on a bit of a down note. Noah topped expectations, but not every film managed to do the same. For instance, Sabotage barely avoided the Mendoza Line. Overall the box office was down less than $1 million, or 0.7%, when compared to last weekend. Compared to last year, the box office was down 5%, which isn't great, but given how strong 2014 has been, it is hardly a reason to panic. In fact, year-to-date, 2014 has a 6% lead over 2013 at $2.35 billion to $2.22 billion. More...

Weekend Predictions: Will Noah Wash Away the Competition?

March 27th, 2014

Noah poster

The final weekend in March is a busy one with two wide releases, possibly two wide expansions, and a semi-wide release that could reach the top ten. Noah is the wider of the two wide releases and should have little trouble earning first place over the weekend. On the other hand, there is a chance Sabotage won't reach the top five. Both Bad Words and The Grand Budapest Hotel are expanding wide, or widish. The Grand Budapest Hotel should pop into the top five, but not everyone thinks Bad Words will reach the top ten. Finally, Cesar Chavez is opening in more than 600 theaters and there is a chance it will reach the top ten. This weekend last year was led by G.I. Joe: Retaliation with just over $40 million. Noah could get there, but even if it does, I don't think the other films will hold their end of the bargain and 2014 will finally lose in the year-over-year comparison. More...

International Box Office: Speed Races Around the World

March 26th, 2014

Need for Speed poster

Need for Speed remained in first place on the international chart with $29.2 million in 55 markets for a two-week total of $96.1 million. This includes $10.5 million over the weekend in China, and $24.22 million for the full week. After two weeks of release, the film has $45.54 million in that one market. The film opened in first place in Germany with $2.91 million on 455 screens over the weekend for a total opening of $3.06 million. The film opens in Spain and France, among other markets, in April, while by the time it debuts in Japan, it might have covered its production budget internationally. More...

Per Theater Chart: Thrills are Not Cheap But Grand Still Rules

March 25th, 2014

Cheap Thrills poster

The Grand Budapest Hotel expanded once again, but still managed to lead the way on the per theater chart with an average of $22,329 in 304 theaters. The overall number one film, Divergent, was in second place on the per theater chart with an average of $13,874. Rob the Mob was right behind with $13,833 in its lone theater. Jodorowsky's Dune opened in three theaters earning an average of $12,006. God's Not Dead was the big surprise of the weekend with an average of $11,852 in 780 theaters. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Divergent Results

March 25th, 2014

Divergent poster

This weekend, there were two new wide releases at the box office. One was a big hit and the other struggled. Also, one was a hit with critics and one was not. Sadly, the critical miss was a box office hit with Divergent earning more than $50 million while Muppets Most Wanted failed to reach $20 million. Overall, the total box office this weekend was $141 million, which is 24% more than last weekend. It is also more than the same weekend last year, but by less than 2%. Year-to-date, 2014 is 8% ahead of 2013 at $2.16 billion to $2.01 billion. More...

Weekend Estimates: Diverse Winners at the Box Office

March 23rd, 2014

Divergent poster

Once more, the Summit division of Lionsgate is showing the rest of the industry how to successfully bring a Young Adult novel to the screen, with Divergent delivering an impressive $56 million on its opening weekend. While that's a long, long way short of the $152.5 million posted by The Hunger Games on its debut, it is in the same ballpark as the $69.6 million enjoyed by Twilight when it came out in 2008, in spite of being from a book with a smaller fanbase. It's also the second-biggest weekend of the year so far after The LEGO Movie, and bodes well for an impressive final tally, and sequels to come.

But that's not the only piece of good news on a weekend where the theme is diversity. More...

International Box Office: Speed Races Around the World

March 20th, 2014

Need for Speed poster

Need for Speed performed a lot better internationally than it did domestically earning first place with $45.6 million in 40 markets. Unfortunately, $21.09 million was earned during its opening weekend in China. I say unfortunately, because studios only get about 20% of the box office haul in that market, compared to 40% in most other international markets and 60% domestically. It also earned first place in Russia with $5.84 million on 1,050 screens and in the U.K., with $3.35 million on 469. The surprise result came in Malaysia where it earned $1.89 million on 184 screens. On the other hand, the film had a trio of third place debuts in Australia ($1.38 million on 457 screens); Brazil ($1.29 on 335); and Italy ($1.07 million on 426). The film opens in Germany this weekend, while it doesn't open in Japan till June. It likely topped its production budget worldwide by Monday, so as long as its legs are not really short, it should break even sometime on the home market. More...

Per Theater Chart: Grand Still the Grandest of Them All

March 19th, 2014

The Grand Budapest Hotel poster

Despite expanding from 4 to 66 theaters, The Grand Budapest Hotel held on well enough to lead the per theater chart with ease. In fact, its average of $55,122 was the second best per theater average for the year, behind only its opening weekend. Bad Words came in second place with an average of $18,884 in six theaters. This is a good opening, but not one that suggests it could naturally expand wide. Fortunately, the film already has a wide release scheduled and as the ad campaign for the wide release ramps up, it should at least become a midlevel hit when compared to its production budget. Enemy was right behind with an estimated $18,000 in its lone theater. Le Week-End was the final film in the $10,000 club as it earned an average of $14,536 in three theaters during its opening weekend of release. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Peabody and Sherman Travel to the Top

March 18th, 2014

Mr. Peabody & Sherman poster

The weekend box office didn't shake out as expected with the new films failing to live up to the low end of predictions. Need for Speed didn't earn first place, in fact, it only managed third place. Tyler Perry's Single Mothers Club barely managed fifth place and was the worst opening for Tyler Perry in his directing career. On the positive side, Mr. Peabody and Sherman held on better than expected allowing it to rise to first place. The overall box office sank compared to last weekend, down 21% to $114 million. This is still above last year's box office total by 6%. Year-to-date, 2014 has pulled in almost $2.00 billion, which is 11% ahead of 2013's pace. More...

Weekend Estimates: Peabody Beats Out Action Trio

March 16th, 2014

Mr. Peabody & Sherman poster

An over-abundance of action movies this weekend split the market for moviegoers looking for such entertainment, allowing the animated family adventure Mr. Peabody and Sherman to sneak in and win the weekend. Peabody will be down a decent 34% from last weekend at $21.2 million, according to Fox, and will hit $63 million by the end of the weekend. Its legs will take it past 300: Rise of an Empire, which will be down 58% to $19.1 million for the weekend, and $78.4 million after two. Both films will top new release Need for Speed. Disney's debutant will post around $17.8 million for the weekend, a number undoubtedly squeezed by competition with 300 and Non-Stop, which will post $10.6 million in its third weekend, for $68.8 million in total. More...

International Box Office: Empire Conquers the World

March 13th, 2014

300: Rise of an Empire poster

300: Rise of an Empire dominated the international box office earning first place with $87.8 million on 14,478 screens in 58 markets during its opening weekend of release. The film earned first place in Russia with $8.43 million on 1,441 screens. It only managed second place in France, but with a still strong $6.08 million on 454 screens. It also had a string of first place finishes in a number of other major markets, including South Korea where it made $5.49 million on 720 screens over the weekend for a total opening of $6.42 million. Brazil was next with an opening of $5.64 million on 869 screens over the weekend for a total opening of $5.92 million, while Mexico was close behind with $5.47 million on 2,048. Germany took in $4.75 million on 580 screens over the weekend for a very healthy debut of $5.23 million. The U.K. earned a similar result with $4.62 million on 487, but that is one of the weaker results given the size of the market. Other major markets include Spain ($3.69 million on 710 screens); Italy ($3.33 million on 580); and Australia ($2.91 million on 467). The film has yet to open in China and Japan, but given its start in these markets, it hardly matters how well in does in those. More...

Per Theater Chart: Grand, Grandeur, Grandest

March 12th, 2014

The Grand Budapest Hotel poster

The Grand Budapest Hotel led the way on the per theater chart with an average of $202,792 in four theaters. This is the best per theater average this year and the best per theater average since Frozen's debut last year. It is also the best per theater average for a live action film of all time, beating The Master's old record of $147,262 in five theaters set in 2012. The film will clearly expand wide enough to earn a significant measure of mainstream success, if it doesn't expand truly wide. Particle Fever was next with an average of $14,323 in three theaters over the weekend, while its total since Wednesday is $49,869. The only wide release to top $10,000 on the per theater chart was 300: Rise of an Empire, which earned an average of $13,006. Interior. Leather Bar. was a surprise entrant in the $10,000 club earning $10,902 in one theater. More...

Weekend Estimates: 300 and Peabody in Shadow of Budapest Hotel

March 9th, 2014

The Grand Budapest Hotel poster

Two movies with very different audiences top this weekend's box office chart, according to studio estimates released on Sunday morning, but the really eye-popping numbers are to be found lower down the rankings. 300: Rise of an Empire leads the charge with a very solid $45 million or so from 3,470 theaters. While that's a long way behind the $70.9 million earned by 300 on its opening weekend, it's an impressive showing for a film that hasn't been earning particularly strong reviews and doesn't share much of the cast, nor the director, from the original movie. In second place, Mr. Peabody & Sherman will land at around $32.5 million for Fox. Playing in 3,934 theaters, the family animated adventure will have a decent $8,361 theater average, and its legs over the next few weeks will be closely watched -- it'll need them for any chance of a sequel.

The main story for the weekend, however, lies lower in the chart. More...

Limited Releases are Looking Grand

March 7th, 2014

The Grand Budapest Hotel poster

This week the list of limited releases includes The Grand Budapest Hotel, which is earning amazing buzz and arguably better reviews. It will likely dominate the per theater chart so much so that the rest of the films might suffer as as result. This would be too bad, because there are several other films that deserve to find an audience. Grand Piano and In Fear are both earning great reviews, but as horror films playing on Video on Demand, their box office numbers will be nothing more than an afterthought. There are also a couple of comedies I'm interested in seeing, Journey To The West and No Clue, although the latter is only playing in Canada. More...

2014 Preview: March

March 1st, 2014

Divergent poster

2014 continued its strong run in February with The Lego Movie beating even the high end expectations and will become the first film released in 2014 to reach $200 million. March doesn't look as strong, as no film is on track to hit $200 million, but there are five films that have a chance at $100 million. Granted, not all of them will get there; in fact, there's a chance only one of them will get there. Divergent is the film I think has the best shot at the century club, but it could be joined by Mr. Peabody and Sherman, for instance, which is earning surprisingly strong reviews. Noah is a big-budget Bible epic and the studio has to be hoping for at least $100 million, but the buzz is quite negative and there have been reports of troubles behind-the-scenes. Last March was led by Oz The Great and Powerful, which pulled in more than $200 million domestically. I don't think any film opening this March will match that figure. In addition, The Croods and G.I. Joe: Retaliation also hit the $100 million milestone, while Olympus Has Fallen came very close. Granted, there were also some big bombs last March, like The Host, but even so, I think 2014 will lose ground in the year-over-year comparison. More...

Compare this performance with other movies…

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2014/03/07 17 $811,166   4 $202,792   $811,166 3
2014/03/14 8 $3,638,041 +348% 66 $55,122   $4,776,981 10
2014/03/21 7 $6,787,955 +87% 304 $22,329   $12,998,474 17
2014/03/28 6 $8,539,795 +26% 977 $8,741   $24,171,610 24
2014/04/04 6 $6,115,230 -28% 1,263 $4,842   $33,195,657 31
2014/04/11 8 $4,069,245 -33% 1,467 $2,774   $39,488,800 38
2014/04/18 12 $3,415,528 -16% 1,280 $2,668   $44,964,929 45
2014/04/25 13 $2,459,171 -28% 1,221 $2,014   $48,803,152 52
2014/05/02 9 $1,777,513 -28% 884 $2,011   $51,548,945 59
2014/05/09 11 $1,545,746 -13% 770 $2,007   $53,826,874 66
2014/05/16 12 $1,041,698 -33% 630 $1,653   $55,478,504 73
2014/05/23 15 $657,051 -37% 360 $1,825   $56,589,497 80
2014/05/30 15 $374,752 -43% 249 $1,505   $57,338,771 87
2014/06/06 21 $243,079 -35% 185 $1,314   $57,777,522 94
2014/06/13 25 $196,466 -19% 149 $1,319   $58,109,813 101
2014/06/20 29 $132,861 -32% 112 $1,186   $58,347,156 108
2014/06/27 32 $119,673 -10% 90 $1,330   $58,550,014 115
2014/07/04 35 $100,089 -16% 72 $1,390   $58,722,693 122
2014/07/11 38 $69,321 -31% 63 $1,100   $58,848,866 129
2014/07/18 40 $52,376 -24% 46 $1,139   $58,943,020 136
2014/07/25 53 $26,581 -49% 37 $718   $59,000,057 143
2014/08/01 58 $15,008 -44% 23 $653   $59,034,599 150
2014/08/08 68 $7,282 -51% 16 $455   $59,051,486 157
2014/08/15 68 $7,871 +8% 9 $875   $59,065,243 164
2014/08/22 71 $6,424 -18% 8 $803   $59,073,773 171

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2014/03/07 15 $260,447   4 $65,112   $260,447 1
2014/03/08 - $298,159 +14% 4 $74,540   $558,606 2
2014/03/09 15 $252,560 -15% 4 $63,140   $811,166 3
2014/03/10 14 $88,166 -65% 4 $22,042   $899,332 4
2014/03/11 18 $79,461 -10% 4 $19,865   $978,793 5
2014/03/12 17 $83,383 +5% 4 $20,846   $1,062,176 6
2014/03/13 17 $76,764 -8% 4 $19,191   $1,138,940 7
2014/03/14 8 $1,103,508 +1,338% 66 $16,720   $2,242,448 8
2014/03/15 8 $1,436,150 +30% 66 $21,760   $3,678,598 9
2014/03/16 8 $1,098,383 -24% 66 $16,642   $4,776,981 10
2014/03/17 8 $347,318 -68% 66 $5,262   $5,124,299 11
2014/03/18 8 $370,528 +7% 66 $5,614   $5,494,827 12
2014/03/19 8 $368,882 n/c 66 $5,589   $5,863,709 13
2014/03/20 8 $346,810 -6% 66 $5,255   $6,210,519 14
2014/03/21 7 $1,890,100 +445% 304 $6,217   $8,100,619 15
2014/03/22 7 $2,929,915 +55% 304 $9,638   $11,030,534 16
2014/03/23 7 $1,967,940 -33% 304 $6,473   $12,998,474 17
2014/03/24 7 $627,844 -68% 304 $2,065   $13,626,318 18
2014/03/25 7 $724,452 +15% 304 $2,383   $14,350,770 19
2014/03/26 6 $684,087 -6% 304 $2,250   $15,034,857 20
2014/03/27 7 $596,958 -13% 304 $1,964   $15,631,815 21
2014/03/28 4 $2,405,393 +303% 977 $2,462   $18,037,208 22
2014/03/29 5 $3,907,007 +62% 977 $3,999   $21,944,215 23
2014/03/30 6 $2,227,395 -43% 977 $2,280   $24,171,610 24
2014/03/31 4 $696,162 -69% 977 $713   $24,867,772 25
2014/04/01 4 $805,846 +16% 977 $825   $25,673,618 26
2014/04/02 4 $711,709 -12% 977 $728   $26,385,327 27
2014/04/03 4 $695,100 -2% 977 $711   $27,080,427 28
2014/04/04 5 $1,841,472 +165% 1,263 $1,458   $28,921,899 29
2014/04/05 6 $2,679,819 +46% 1,263 $2,122   $31,601,718 30
2014/04/06 6 $1,593,939 -41% 1,263 $1,262   $33,195,657 31
2014/04/07 5 $504,780 -68% 1,263 $400   $33,700,437 32
2014/04/08 5 $680,295 +35% 1,263 $539   $34,380,732 33
2014/04/09 5 $530,617 -22% 1,263 $420   $34,911,349 34
2014/04/10 5 $508,206 -4% 1,263 $402   $35,419,555 35
2014/04/11 8 $1,184,476 +133% 1,467 $807   $36,604,031 36
2014/04/12 8 $1,821,088 +54% 1,467 $1,241   $38,425,119 37
2014/04/13 8 $1,063,681 -42% 1,467 $725   $39,488,800 38
2014/04/14 8 $412,576 -61% 1,467 $281   $39,901,376 39
2014/04/15 8 $600,703 +46% 1,467 $409   $40,502,079 40
2014/04/16 9 $507,413 -16% 1,467 $346   $41,009,492 41
2014/04/17 9 $539,909 +6% 1,467 $368   $41,549,401 42
2014/04/18 12 $1,166,055 +116% 1,280 $911   $42,715,456 43
2014/04/19 12 $1,476,584 +27% 1,280 $1,154   $44,192,040 44
2014/04/20 12 $772,889 -48% 1,280 $604   $44,964,929 45
2014/04/21 12 $345,816 -55% 1,280 $270   $45,310,745 46
2014/04/22 12 $360,350 +4% 1,280 $282   $45,671,095 47
2014/04/23 12 $346,077 -4% 1,280 $270   $46,017,172 48
2014/04/24 12 $326,809 -6% 1,280 $255   $46,343,981 49
2014/04/25 14 $662,777 +103% 1,221 $543   $47,006,758 50
2014/04/26 12 $1,149,337 +73% 1,221 $941   $48,156,095 51
2014/04/27 14 $647,057 -44% 1,221 $530   $48,803,152 52
2014/04/28 12 $211,084 -67% 1,221 $173   $49,014,236 53
2014/04/29 10 $274,431 +30% 1,221 $225   $49,288,667 54
2014/04/30 9 $251,715 -8% 1,221 $206   $49,540,382 55
2014/05/01 9 $231,050 -8% 1,021 $226   $49,771,432 56
2014/05/02 10 $477,867 +107% 884 $541   $50,249,299 57
2014/05/03 9 $813,219 +70% 884 $920   $51,062,518 58
2014/05/04 10 $486,427 -40% 884 $550   $51,548,945 59
2014/05/05 7 $157,131 -68% 884 $178   $51,706,076 60
2014/05/06 7 $203,749 +30% 884 $230   $51,909,825 61
2014/05/07 7 $186,732 -8% 884 $211   $52,096,557 62
2014/05/08 8 $184,571 -1% 884 $209   $52,281,128 63
2014/05/09 11 $398,577 +116% 770 $518   $52,679,705 64
2014/05/10 11 $652,451 +64% 770 $847   $53,332,156 65
2014/05/11 12 $494,718 -24% 770 $642   $53,826,874 66
2014/05/12 11 $130,119 -74% 770 $169   $53,956,993 67
2014/05/13 10 $164,850 +27% 770 $214   $54,121,843 68
2014/05/14 9 $155,113 -6% 770 $201   $54,276,956 69
2014/05/15 9 $159,850 +3% 770 $208   $54,436,806 70
2014/05/16 12 $298,829 +87% 630 $474   $54,735,635 71
2014/05/17 12 $460,181 +54% 630 $730   $55,195,816 72
2014/05/18 12 $282,688 -39% 630 $449   $55,478,504 73
2014/05/19 11 $123,336 -56% 630 $196   $55,601,840 74
2014/05/20 12 $110,314 -11% 630 $175   $55,712,154 75
2014/05/21 12 $105,878 -4% 630 $168   $55,818,032 76
2014/05/22 11 $114,414 +8% 630 $182   $55,932,446 77
2014/05/23 15 $165,111 +44% 360 $459   $56,097,557 78
2014/05/24 15 $266,082 +61% 360 $739   $56,363,639 79
2014/05/25 15 $225,858 -15% 360 $627   $56,589,497 80
2014/05/26 - $173,705 -23% 360 $483   $56,763,202 81
2014/05/27 16 $70,879 -59% 360 $197   $56,834,081 82
2014/05/28 16 $69,480 -2% 360 $193   $56,903,561 83
2014/05/29 16 $60,458 -13% 360 $168   $56,964,019 84
2014/05/30 14 $104,377 +73% 249 $419   $57,068,396 85
2014/05/31 14 $177,232 +70% 249 $712   $57,245,628 86
2014/06/01 14 $93,143 -47% 249 $374   $57,338,771 87
2014/06/02 15 $45,655 -51% 249 $183   $57,384,426 88
2014/06/03 15 $52,850 +16% 249 $212   $57,437,276 89
2014/06/04 15 $49,488 -6% 249 $199   $57,486,764 90
2014/06/05 15 $47,679 -4% 249 $191   $57,534,443 91
2014/06/06 - $67,951 +43% 185 $367   $57,602,394 92
2014/06/07 - $107,028 +58% 185 $579   $57,709,422 93
2014/06/08 - $68,100 -36% 185 $368   $57,777,522 94
2014/06/09 - $31,649 -54% 185 $171   $57,809,171 95
2014/06/10 - $35,374 +12% 185 $191   $57,844,545 96
2014/06/11 - $35,881 +1% 185 $194   $57,880,426 97
2014/06/12 - $32,921 -8% 185 $178   $57,913,347 98
2014/06/13 - $54,816 +67% 149 $368   $57,968,163 99
2014/06/14 - $84,351 +54% 149 $566   $58,052,514 100
2014/06/15 - $57,299 -32% 149 $385   $58,109,813 101
2014/06/16 - $21,322 -63% 149 $143   $58,131,135 102
2014/06/17 - $27,064 +27% 149 $182   $58,158,199 103
2014/06/18 - $27,804 +3% 149 $187   $58,186,003 104
2014/06/19 - $28,292 +2% 149 $190   $58,214,295 105
2014/06/20 - $39,551 +40% 112 $353   $58,253,846 106
2014/06/21 - $59,800 +51% 112 $534   $58,313,646 107
2014/06/22 - $33,510 -44% 112 $299   $58,347,156 108
2014/06/23 - $20,417 -39% 112 $182   $58,367,573 109
2014/06/24 - $24,834 +22% 112 $222   $58,392,407 110
2014/06/25 - $19,124 -23% 112 $171   $58,411,531 111
2014/06/26 - $18,810 -2% 112 $168   $58,430,341 112
2014/06/27 - $31,719 +69% 90 $352   $58,462,060 113
2014/06/28 - $52,768 +66% 90 $586   $58,514,828 114
2014/06/29 - $35,186 -33% 90 $391   $58,550,014 115
2014/06/30 - $18,953 -46% 90 $211   $58,568,967 116
2014/07/01 - $17,468 -8% 90 $194   $58,586,435 117
2014/07/02 - $15,124 -13% 80 $189   $58,601,559 118
2014/07/03 - $21,045 +39% 80 $263   $58,622,604 119
2014/07/04 - $27,985 +33% 72 $389   $58,650,589 120
2014/07/05 - $41,908 +50% 72 $582   $58,692,497 121
2014/07/06 - $30,196 -28% 72 $419   $58,722,693 122
2014/07/07 - $14,005 -54% 72 $195   $58,736,698 123
2014/07/08 - $15,753 +12% 72 $219   $58,752,451 124
2014/07/09 - $12,974 -18% 72 $180   $58,765,425 125
2014/07/10 - $14,120 +9% 72 $196   $58,779,545 126
2014/07/11 - $20,928 +48% 63 $332   $58,800,473 127
2014/07/12 - $31,010 +48% 63 $492   $58,831,483 128
2014/07/13 - $17,383 -44% 63 $276   $58,848,866 129
2014/07/14 - $10,058 -42% 63 $160   $58,858,924 130
2014/07/15 - $11,649 +16% 63 $185   $58,870,573 131
2014/07/16 - $10,424 -11% 63 $165   $58,880,997 132
2014/07/17 - $9,647 -7% 63 $153   $58,890,644 133
2014/07/18 - $13,560 +41% 46 $295   $58,904,204 134
2014/07/19 - $23,296 +72% 46 $506   $58,927,500 135
2014/07/20 - $15,520 -33% 46 $337   $58,943,020 136
2014/07/21 - $6,661 -57% 46 $145   $58,949,681 137
2014/07/22 - $7,718 +16% 46 $168   $58,957,399 138
2014/07/23 - $8,684 +13% 46 $189   $58,966,083 139
2014/07/24 - $7,393 -15% 46 $161   $58,973,476 140

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2014/03/07 17 $1,138,940   4 $284,735   $1,138,940 7
2014/03/14 8 $5,071,579 +345% 66 $76,842   $6,210,519 14
2014/03/21 6 $9,421,296 +86% 304 $30,991   $15,631,815 21
2014/03/28 6 $11,448,612 +22% 977 $11,718   $27,080,427 28
2014/04/04 5 $8,339,128 -27% 1,263 $6,603   $35,419,555 35
2014/04/11 9 $6,129,846 -26% 1,467 $4,178   $41,549,401 42
2014/04/18 12 $4,794,580 -22% 1,280 $3,746   $46,343,981 49
2014/04/25 13 $3,427,451 -29% 1,021 $3,357   $49,771,432 56
2014/05/02 9 $2,509,696 -27% 884 $2,839   $52,281,128 63
2014/05/09 11 $2,155,678 -14% 770 $2,800   $54,436,806 70
2014/05/16 13 $1,495,640 -31% 630 $2,374   $55,932,446 77
2014/05/23 15 $1,031,573 -31% 360 $2,865   $56,964,019 84
2014/05/30 16 $570,424 -45% 249 $2,291   $57,534,443 91
2014/06/06 22 $378,904 -34% 185 $2,048   $57,913,347 98
2014/06/13 25 $300,948 -21% 149 $2,020   $58,214,295 105
2014/06/20 29 $216,046 -28% 112 $1,929   $58,430,341 112
2014/06/27 34 $192,263 -11% 80 $2,403   $58,622,604 119
2014/07/04 35 $156,941 -18% 72 $2,180   $58,779,545 126
2014/07/11 38 $111,099 -29% 63 $1,763   $58,890,644 133
2014/07/18 42 $82,832 -25% 46 $1,801   $58,973,476 140
2014/07/25 52 $46,115 -44% 37 $1,246   $59,019,591 147
2014/08/01 57 $24,613 -47% 23 $1,070   $59,044,204 154
2014/08/08 67 $13,168 -46% 16 $823   $59,057,372 161
2014/08/15 67 $9,977 -24% 9 $1,109   $59,067,349 168
2014/08/22 68 $8,670 -13% 8 $1,084   $59,076,019 175

Box Office Summary Per Territory

Territory Release
Date
Opening
Weekend
Opening
Weekend
Theaters
Maximum
Theaters
Theatrical
Engagements
Total
Box Office
Report
Date
Argentina 3/20/2014 $0 0 1 2 $941,972 12/15/2015
Australia 4/10/2014 $0 0 36 64 $11,233,970 12/15/2015
Austria 3/7/2014 $0 0 10 49 $1,114,656 12/17/2015
Bahrain 5/1/2014 $0 0 1 5 $26,935 12/17/2015
Belgium 3/5/2014 $0 0 5 9 $1,404,427 12/15/2015
Brazil 7/3/2014 $41,321 23 55 229 $1,643,734 12/17/2015
Colombia 7/18/2014 $89,001 30 30 57 $201,369 12/17/2015
Czech Republic 3/13/2014 $0 0 9 17 $461,161 12/16/2015
Germany 3/6/2014 $0 0 122 491 $9,559,825 10/13/2015
Hong Kong 3/20/2014 $0 0 1 1 $520,020 12/15/2015
India 7/25/2014 $95,594 49 49 49 $95,594 12/17/2015
Italy 4/10/2014 $0 0 61 129 $6,238,904 12/17/2015
Japan 6/6/2014 $0 0 102 187 $2,812,641 12/16/2015
Lebanon 5/1/2014 $0 0 1 2 $110,015 12/15/2015
Lithuania 3/14/2014 $0 0 1 3 $162,861 12/17/2015
Netherlands 3/13/2014 $0 0 28 31 $3,082,270 10/20/2015
New Zealand 4/11/2014 $0 0 7 7 $2,104,440 1/8/2016
Peru 4/24/2014 $0 0 1 1 $151,968 12/15/2015
Spain 3/21/2014 $0 0 22 86 $6,127,948 12/17/2015
Sweden 3/21/2014 $0 0 9 38 $3,203,905 12/17/2015
Taiwan 4/18/2014 $0 0 1 5 $684,074 12/17/2015
Ukraine 5/15/2014 $0 0 3 9 $320,112 12/17/2015
United Kingdom 3/7/2014 $0 0 9 19 $18,509,536 12/16/2015
 
Rest of World $34,562,053
 
International Total$105,274,390 1/8/2016

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
6/22/2014642,470 42,470$636,625$636,6251
6/29/20141621,295-50% 63,765$319,212$955,8372
7/6/20142918,158-15% 81,923$272,188$1,228,0263
7/13/20142817,261-5% 99,184$258,742$1,486,7684
1/25/20152713,421 240,614$99,852$3,312,13332
3/1/20152716,547 289,064$198,399$3,872,58137

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
6/22/2014349,699 49,699$991,992$991,9921
6/29/2014913,859-72% 63,558$276,625$1,268,6172
7/6/20141112,441-10% 75,999$248,319$1,516,9363
7/13/20141410,467-16% 86,466$208,920$1,725,8564
1/18/2015617,314 169,657$250,707$2,930,46431
1/25/2015477,917+350% 247,574$749,557$3,680,02132
2/1/20151314,976-81% 262,550$211,011$3,891,03233

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