Guardians of the Galaxy

Guardians of the Galaxy poster
Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $328,650,120Details
International Box Office $424,000,000
Worldwide Box Office $752,650,120
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Synopsis

Adventurer Peter Quill finds himself the object of an unrelenting bounty hunt after stealing a mysterious orb coveted by Ronan, a powerful villain with ambitions that threaten the entire universe. To evade the ever-persistent Ronan, Quill is forced into an uneasy truce with a quartet of disparate misfits—Rocket, a gun-toting raccoon, Groot, a tree-like humanoid, the deadly and enigmatic Gamora and the revenge-driven Drax the Destroyer. But when Quill discovers the true power of the orb and the menace it poses to the cosmos, he must do his best to rally his ragtag rivals for a last, desperate stand—with the galaxy’s fate in the balance.

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics Certified FreshAudience Upright
Critics
91% - Certified Fresh
Audience
95% - Upright

Movie Details

Production Budget:$170,000,000
Theatrical Release: August 1st, 2014 (Wide) by Walt Disney
August 1st, 2014 (IMAX) by Walt Disney
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for intense sequences of sci-fi violence and action, and for some language.
(Rating bulletin 2330, 7/9/2014)
Franchise: The Avengers, Guardians of the Galaxy
Keywords: Marvel Comics, Heist, End of the World, Alien Abduction, Orphan, Smuggler, Hitmen, Mercenaries, Animal Lead, Talking Animals, Redemption, Ensemble
Source:Based on Comic/Graphic Novel
Genre:Adventure
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Super Hero
Production Companies: Marvel Studios

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Weekend Estimates: Guardians Go Big, Up Opens Okay

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2014 Preview: August

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July was... well... let's just pretend it didn't happen. Dawn of the Planet of the Apes did well, but week after week 2014 fell further behind 2013 in the year-to-date comparison. At the moment, we are roughly $400 million behind last year's pace and while I don't think August will continue the losing streak, there's really no chance August will put a dent in that number. It looks more and more likely that Guardians of the Galaxy will be a hit, especially given its early reviews, but it could be the last $100 million hit till October, if the bad buzz surrounding Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles turns into bad ticket sales. Last August there were two films that reached $100 million, plus two others that came close. This August might match that, while the biggest film this year should top the biggest film from last year. I think the slump 2014 is suffering through will end the first weekend and overall I think it will cut the deficit a little bit. That said, summer 2014 will still end as one of the worst recent summers at the box office. More...

Weekend Predictions: Will Guardians Be the Biggest in the Galaxy?

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Guardians of the Galaxy will likely become the biggest hit of this August. It might become the biggest hit of any August. The buzz is powerful, as are the reviews, and this could add up to a record-breaking opening. It isn't the only film opening wide, as Get On Up is also coming out this weekend. That film is a biopic of James Brown and it is earning stellar reviews, but will be limited to the counter-programming role. This weekend last year, the box office was led by 2 Guns, which made $27.06 million during the weekend. Guardians of the Galaxy should make more than that during its opening day. It looks like 2014 should finally end the slump it is in. More...

IMAX: Summer Slump Hits IMAX

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Guardians of the Galaxy opens on IMAX this weekend and hopefully it will be a hit, because the format could use some good news. The second quarter numbers were released last week and there are some troubling signs. For instance, global ticket sales for DMR titles generate $216.0 million during the second quarter of 2014, which was down from the same time period of 2013. Granted, it was down by less than $4 million or just under 2%, which is much better than the overall market was like during the same time period. The average per screen box office fell more dramatically down 15% from $353,300 to $299,800. Obviously IMAX is still going strong and the continuing growth in total IMAX screens is evidence of that, but like non-IMAX theaters, they could really use a monster hit to boost the box office numbers. More...

Contest: Galaxy of Prizes

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Next weekend the summer film I'm most interested in seeing finally opens, Guardians of the Galaxy. In fact, out of all of the The Avengers: Phase Two films, this is the one I'm most interested in seeing. To celebrate, we have three T-shirts from Shirts.com, specifically their Superhero / Marvel collections. (You can choose any T-shirt on the site; we are just highlighting these collections.)

Whoever comes the closest to predicting the film's opening 3-day weekend box office (Friday to Sunday), without going over, will win one of three coupons for Shirts.com. Whoever comes the closest to predicting the film's opening 3-day weekend box office (Friday to Sunday), without going under, will also win one of three coupons for Shirts.com. Finally, one additional entry will be chosen, regardless of the accuracy of their prediction, and that person will win the final of three coupons for Shirts.com. So if you are really bad at predicting box office numbers, this is the contest to enter. Entries must be received by 10 a.m., Pacific Time on Friday to be eligible, so don't delay! More...

Cast

Chris Pratt    Peter Quill
Zoe Saldana    Gamora
Dave Bautista    Drax
Vin Diesel    Groot
Bradley Cooper    Rocket
Lee Pace    Ronan
Michael Rooker    Yondu Udonta
Karen Gillan    Nebula
Djimon Hounsou    Korath
John C. Reilly    Corpsman Dey
Glenn Close    Nova Prime
Benicio Del Toro    The Collector
Laura Haddock    Meredith Quill
Sean Gunn    Kraglin/On Set Rocket
Peter Serafinowicz    Denarian Saal
Christopher Fairbank    The Broker
Krystian Godlewski    On Set Groot
Wyatt Oleff    Young Quill
Gregg Henry    Grandpa
Janis Ahern    Meredith's Mother
Solomon Mousley    Meredith's Brother
Lindsay Morton    Meredith's Best Friend
Robert Firth    Dr. Fitzgibbon
Melia Kreiling    Bereet
Tom Proctor    Horuz
Nick Holmes    Horuz' Mate
Max Wrottesley    Sacrificed Nova Corpsman
Stan Lee    Xandarian Ladie's Man
Nicole Alexandria Shipley    Pretty Xandarian
Sharif Atkins    Nova Arresting Pilot
Brendan Fehr    Corpsman Dey's Partner
Tomas Arana    Kree Ambassador
Mikaela Hoover    Nova Prime's Assistant
Emmett J. Scanlan    Head Riot Guard
Dominic Grant    Angry Guard
Spencer Wilding    Mean Guard
Alison Lintott    Sad Woman With Horns
Alexis Rodney    Moloka Dar
Nathan Fillion    Montrous Inmate
Keeley Forsyth    Mottled Prisoner
Frank Gilhooley    Burly Prisoner
Alexis Denisof    The Other
Enzo Cilenti    Watchtower Guard
Richard Katz    One Legged Prisoner
Enoch Frost    Rifle Guard
Ronan Summers    "Drop The Leg" Guard
Ophelia Lovibond    Carina
Laura Ortiz    Tortured Pink Girl
Marama Corlett    Pit Boss
Rosie Jones    Lady of the Boot of Jemiah
Abidemi Sobande    Lady of the Boot of Jemiah
Alex Rose    Lady of the Boot of Jemiah
Ekaterina Zalitko    Lady of the Boot of Jemiah
Emily Redding    Lady of the Boot of Jemiah
Fred Fred    Cosmo the Space Dog
Stephen Blackehart    Knowhere Dispatcher
Jennifer Moylan-Taylor    Sad Krylorian Girl
Bruce MacKinnon    One-Eyed Ravager
Ralph Ineson    Ravager Pilot
Rob Zombie    Ravager Navigator Voice
Naomi Ryan    Nova Centurion
John Brotherton    Nova Starblaster Pilot
Graham Shiels    Alien Nova Pilot
James Gunn    Maskless Sakaaran
Douglas Robson    Maskless Sakaaran
Rachel Cullen    Corpsman Dey's Wife
Isabella Poynton    Corpsman Dey's Daughter
Imogen Poynton    Corpsman Dey's Daughter
David Yarovesky    Goth Ravager
Miriam Lucia    Crying Xandarian Citizen

Production and Technical Credits

Director    James Gunn
Screenwriter    James Gunn
Screenwriter    Nicole Perlman
Producer    Kevin Feige
Executive Producer    Louis D'Esposito
Executive Producer    Alan Fine
Executive Producer    Victoria Alonso
Executive Producer    Jeremy Latcham
Executive Producer    Nik Korda
Executive Producer    Stan Lee
Co-Producer    David J. Grant
Co-Producer    Jonathan Schwartz
Director of Photography    Ben Davis
Production Designer    Charles Wood
Editor    Fred Raskin
Editor    Craig Wood
Editor    Hughes Winborne
Costume Designer    Alexandra Byrne
Visual Effects Supervisor    Stephane Ceretti
Visual Effects Producer    Susan Pickett
Composer    Tyler Bates
Music Supervisor    Dave Jordan
Casting Director    Sarah Halley Finn
Unit Production Manager    Hermione Ninnim
Unit Production Manager    Nik Korda
First Assistant Director    Jamie Christopher
Associate Producer    Jamie Christopher
Second Assistant Director    Matthew Sharp
Associate Visual Effects Supervisor    Olivier Dumont
Supervising Sound Editor    Christopher Boyes
Sound Designer    Christopher Boyes
Supervising Sound Editor    Matthew Wood
Re-recording Mixer    Lora Hirschberg
Re-recording Mixer    Christopher Boyes
Second Unit Director    Peter MacDonald
Second Unit Director    Jonathan Taylor
Stunt Coordinator    Thomas Robinson Harper
Stunt Coordinator-Fight Coordinator    James Young
Supervising Art Director    Raymond Chan
Art Director    Mike Stallion
Art Director    Mark Swain
Art Director    Tom Brown
Art Director    Jordan Crockett
Script Supervisor    Paula Casarin
Assistant Script Supervisor    Jennifer Wood
Post-Production Supervisor    Jesse Torres
First Assistant Editor    Meagan Costello
First Assistant Editor    Simon Morgan
First Assistant Editor    John Breinholt
First Assistant Editor-UK    Emma McCleave
Second Assistant Editor-UK    Ben Renton
Third Assistant Editor-UK    Louise Horishny
Assistant Editor    Chris Tonick
Assistant Editor    Dylan Quirt
Assistant Editor    Heather Mullen
Assistant Editor    Todd Felderstein
Music Editor    Darrell Hall
Music Editor    Will Kaplan
Assistant Music Editor    Nashia Wachsman
Sound Mixer    Simon Hayes
Lighting Technician    Ricky Davis
Lighting Technician    Tim Neill
Lighting Technician    Jack Ridout
Lighting Technician    Terence Townsend
Lighting Technician    William Finch
Lighting Technician    Andrew Purdy
Lighting Technician    Patrick O'Flynn
Costume Supervisor    Dan Grace
Make up    Elizabeth Yianni-Georgiou
Hairstylist    Andrew Simonin
Set Decorator    Richard Roberts

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2014/08/01 1 $37,845,336   4,080 $9,276   $37,845,336 1
2014/08/02 1 $30,989,857 -18% 4,080 $7,596   $68,835,193 2
2014/08/03 1 $25,485,690 -18% 4,080 $6,246   $94,320,883 3
2014/08/04 1 $11,722,356 -54% 4,080 $2,873   $106,043,239 4
2014/08/05 1 $11,907,821 +2% 4,080 $2,919   $117,951,060 5
2014/08/06 1 $8,808,382 -26% 4,080 $2,159   $126,759,442 6
2014/08/07 1 $7,631,397 -13% 4,080 $1,870   $134,390,839 7
2014/08/08 2 $12,312,683 +61% 4,088 $3,012   $146,703,522 8
2014/08/09 2 $16,947,112 +38% 4,088 $4,146   $163,650,634 9
2014/08/10 2 $12,865,127 -24% 4,088 $3,147   $176,515,761 10
2014/08/11 2 $5,343,905 -58% 4,088 $1,307   $181,859,666 11
2014/08/12 2 $6,609,534 +24% 4,088 $1,617   $188,469,200 12
2014/08/13 3 $4,849,881 -27% 4,088 $1,186   $193,319,081 13
2014/08/14 2 $4,226,740 -13% 4,088 $1,034   $197,545,821 14
2014/08/15 2 $6,940,576 +64% 3,697 $1,877   $204,486,397 15
2014/08/16 2 $10,353,882 +49% 3,697 $2,801   $214,840,279 16
2014/08/17 2 $7,821,106 -24% 3,697 $2,116   $222,661,385 17
2014/08/18 1 $2,884,902 -63% 3,697 $780   $225,546,287 18
2014/08/19 2 $3,511,416 +22% 3,697 $950   $229,057,703 19
2014/08/20 1 $2,623,129 -25% 3,697 $710   $231,680,832 20
2014/08/21 1 $2,573,025 -2% 3,697 $696   $234,253,857 21
2014/08/22 2 $4,818,549 +87% 3,371 $1,429   $239,072,406 22
2014/08/23 1 $7,480,888 +55% 3,371 $2,219   $246,553,294 23
2014/08/24 1 $4,902,775 -34% 3,371 $1,454   $251,456,069 24
2014/08/25 1 $1,662,402 -66% 3,371 $493   $253,118,471 25
2014/08/26 1 $2,109,302 +27% 3,371 $626   $255,227,773 26
2014/08/27 1 $1,507,039 -29% 3,371 $447   $256,734,812 27
2014/08/28 1 $1,562,456 +4% 3,371 $463   $258,297,268 28
2014/08/29 1 $3,846,423 +146% 3,462 $1,111   $262,143,691 29
2014/08/30 1 $6,220,274 +62% 3,462 $1,797   $268,363,965 30
2014/08/31 1 $7,015,565 +13% 3,462 $2,026   $275,379,530 31
2014/09/01 1 $5,824,589 -17% 3,462 $1,682   $281,204,119 32
2014/09/02 1 $1,387,915 -76% 3,462 $401   $282,592,034 33
2014/09/03 1 $974,670 -30% 3,462 $282   $283,566,704 34
2014/09/04 1 $841,150 -14% 3,462 $243   $284,407,854 35
2014/09/05 1 $2,707,279 +222% 3,221 $841   $287,115,133 36
2014/09/06 1 $5,050,351 +87% 3,221 $1,568   $292,165,484 37
2014/09/07 1 $2,599,715 -49% 3,221 $807   $294,765,199 38
2014/09/08 1 $721,759 -72% 3,221 $224   $295,486,958 39
2014/09/09 1 $941,747 +30% 3,221 $292   $296,428,705 40
2014/09/10 1 $728,882 -23% 3,221 $226   $297,157,587 41
2014/09/11 1 $727,245 n/c 3,221 $226   $297,884,832 42
2014/09/12 3 $2,114,165 +191% 3,104 $681   $299,998,997 43
2014/09/13 3 $3,905,201 +85% 3,104 $1,258   $303,904,198 44
2014/09/14 3 $2,082,992 -47% 3,104 $671   $305,987,190 45
2014/09/15 2 $578,865 -72% 3,104 $186   $306,566,055 46
2014/09/16 2 $778,903 +35% 3,104 $251   $307,344,958 47
2014/09/17 2 $586,451 -25% 3,104 $189   $307,931,409 48
2014/09/18 2 $557,622 -5% 3,104 $180   $308,489,031 49
2014/09/19 6 $1,382,821 +148% 2,846 $486   $309,871,852 50
2014/09/20 6 $2,475,953 +79% 2,846 $870   $312,347,805 51
2014/09/21 6 $1,383,512 -44% 2,846 $486   $313,731,317 52
2014/09/22 5 $364,039 -74% 2,846 $128   $314,095,356 53
2014/09/23 5 $448,190 +23% 2,846 $157   $314,543,546 54
2014/09/24 5 $382,862 -15% 2,846 $135   $314,926,408 55
2014/09/25 6 $476,867 +25% 2,846 $168   $315,403,275 56
2014/09/26 8 $1,025,002 +115% 2,451 $418   $316,428,277 57
2014/09/27 8 $1,771,534 +73% 2,451 $723   $318,199,811 58
2014/09/28 8 $969,405 -45% 2,451 $396   $319,169,216 59
2014/09/29 7 $284,311 -71% 2,451 $116   $319,453,527 60
2014/09/30 6 $341,097 +20% 2,451 $139   $319,794,624 61
2014/10/01 7 $273,729 -20% 2,451 $112   $320,068,353 62
2014/10/02 6 $258,051 -6% 2,451 $105   $320,326,404 63
2014/10/03 9 $801,532 +211% 1,894 $423   $321,127,936 64
2014/10/04 9 $1,461,506 +82% 1,894 $772   $322,589,442 65
2014/10/05 9 $742,045 -49% 1,894 $392   $323,331,487 66
2014/10/06 8 $214,336 -71% 1,894 $113   $323,545,823 67
2014/10/07 8 $270,901 +26% 1,894 $143   $323,816,724 68
2014/10/08 8 $228,921 -15% 1,894 $121   $324,045,645 69
2014/10/09 8 $224,259 -2% 1,894 $118   $324,269,904 70
2014/10/10 12 $504,205 +125% 1,291 $391   $324,774,109 71
2014/10/11 12 $818,411 +62% 1,291 $634   $325,592,520 72
2014/10/12 11 $502,247 -39% 1,291 $389   $326,094,767 73
2014/10/13 13 $309,686 -38% 1,291 $240   $326,404,453 74
2014/10/14 13 $160,905 -48% 1,291 $125   $326,565,358 75
2014/10/15 13 $143,133 -11% 1,291 $111   $326,708,491 76
2014/10/16 12 $124,240 -13% 1,291 $96   $326,832,731 77
2014/10/17 13 $280,706 +126% 730 $385   $327,113,437 78
2014/10/18 13 $451,835 +61% 730 $619   $327,565,272 79
2014/10/19 14 $227,371 -50% 730 $311   $327,792,643 80
2014/10/20 15 $79,077 -65% 730 $108   $327,871,720 81
2014/10/21 15 $83,222 +5% 730 $114   $327,954,942 82
2014/10/22 16 $70,854 -15% 730 $97   $328,025,796 83
2014/10/23 - $69,793 -1% 730 $96   $328,095,589 84

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2014/08/01 1 $94,320,883   4,080 $23,118   $94,320,883 3
2014/08/08 2 $42,124,922 -55% 4,088 $10,305   $176,515,761 10
2014/08/15 2 $25,115,564 -40% 3,697 $6,793   $222,661,385 17
2014/08/22 1 $17,202,212 -32% 3,371 $5,103   $251,456,069 24
2014/08/29 1 $17,082,262 -1% 3,462 $4,934   $275,379,530 31
2014/09/05 1 $10,357,345 -39% 3,221 $3,216   $294,765,199 38
2014/09/12 3 $8,102,358 -22% 3,104 $2,610   $305,987,190 45
2014/09/19 6 $5,242,286 -35% 2,846 $1,842   $313,731,317 52
2014/09/26 8 $3,765,941 -28% 2,451 $1,536   $319,169,216 59
2014/10/03 9 $3,005,083 -20% 1,894 $1,587   $323,331,487 66
2014/10/10 12 $1,824,863 -39% 1,291 $1,414   $326,094,767 73
2014/10/17 13 $959,912 -47% 730 $1,315   $327,792,643 80
2014/10/24 18 $554,531 -42% 402 $1,379   $328,650,120 87

Dawn of the Planet of the Apes

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