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Hacksaw Ridge (2016)

Hacksaw Ridge
Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $67,209,615Details
International Box Office $91,492,029Details
Worldwide Box Office $158,701,644
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Synopsis

The true story of Desmond Doss who, in Okinawa during the bloodiest battle of WWII, saved 75 men without firing or carrying a gun. He was the only American soldier in WWII to fight on the front lines without a weapon, as he believed that while the war was justified, killing was nevertheless wrong. As an army medic, he single-handedly evacuated the wounded from behind enemy lines, braved fire while tending to soldiers and was wounded by a grenade and hit by snipers. Doss was the first conscientious objector to ever earn the Congressional Medal of Honor.

Metrics

Latest Ranking on Cumulative Box Office Lists

RecordRankAmount
All Time Domestic Box Office 1,105 $67,209,615
All Time International Box Office 856 $91,492,029
All Time Worldwide Box Office 919 $158,701,644
All Time Domestic Box Office for R Movies 294 $67,209,615
All Time International Box Office for R Movies 197 $91,492,029
All Time Worldwide Box Office for R Movies 226 $158,701,644

See the Box Office tab (Domestic) and International tab (International and Worldwide) for more Cumulative Box Office Records.


Movie Details

Production Budget:$40,000,000
Domestic Releases: November 4th, 2016 (Wide) by Lionsgate
International Releases: November 3rd, 2016 (Wide) (Netherlands)
November 4th, 2016 (Wide) (Australia)
November 4th, 2016 (Wide), released as Pjūklo ketera (Lithuania)
November 4th, 2016 (Wide) (New Zealand)
November 11th, 2016 (Wide), released as Hacksaw Ridge: Zrození hrdiny (Czech Republic)
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Video Release: February 7th, 2017 by Lionsgate Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: R for intense prolonged realistically graphic sequences of war violence including grisly bloody images.
(Rating bulletin 2445 (Cert #50531), 10/5/2016)
Running Time: 138 minutes
Comparisons: Best Picture Oscar Nominees, 2017
vs. Saving Private Ryan
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Keywords: World War II, Anti-war, Conscientious Objector, Pacifism, 1940s, 2017 Oscars Best Picture Nominee, Faith-Based
Source:Based on Real Life Events
Genre:Drama
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Dramatization
Production Companies: Cross Creek Pictures, Pandemonium, Permut Presentations, Demarest Films, Summit Entertainment, Argent Pictures
Production Countries: United States

Ranking on other Records and Milestones

RecordRankAmountChart
Date
Days In
Release
Biggest Domestic 18th Weekend 407 $157,287 Mar 3, 2017 122
Biggest Domestic 17th Weekend 876 $55,643 Feb 24, 2017 115
Biggest Domestic 16th Weekend 656 $139,932 Feb 17, 2017 108
Biggest Domestic 15th Weekend 954 $100,852 Feb 10, 2017 101
Biggest Domestic 14th Weekend 623 $242,217 Feb 3, 2017 94
Biggest Domestic 13th Weekend 427 $416,398 Jan 27, 2017 87
Biggest Domestic 12th Weekend 1,690 $78,148 Jan 20, 2017 80
Biggest Domestic 11th Weekend 1,522 $133,897 Jan 13, 2017 73
Biggest Domestic 10th Weekend 1,421 $202,182 Jan 6, 2017 66
Biggest Domestic 9th Weekend 1,121 $397,720 Dec 30, 2016 59
Biggest Domestic 8th Weekend 1,657 $315,469 Dec 23, 2016 52
Biggest Domestic 7th Weekend 1,197 $956,516 Dec 16, 2016 45
Biggest Domestic 6th Weekend 907 $2,288,401 Dec 9, 2016 38
Biggest Domestic 5th Weekend 931 $3,341,027 Dec 2, 2016 31
Biggest Domestic 4th Weekend 804 $5,519,615 Nov 25, 2016 24
Fastest to $50m 1,011 $51,082,818 Nov 25, 2016 23
Biggest Domestic 3rd Weekend 1,024 $6,666,920 Nov 18, 2016 17
Biggest Domestic 2nd Weekend 974 $10,630,873 Nov 11, 2016 10
Biggest Domestic November Weekend 242 $15,190,758 Nov 4, 2016 3
Biggest Domestic Opening Weekend 1,188 $15,190,758 Nov 4, 2016 3
Leggiest Opening Weekend 1,176 2.84 Nov 4, 2016 3
Front-Loaded Opening Weekend 1,176 35.2% Nov 4, 2016 3
Widest Opening Weekend 1,038 2,886 Nov 4, 2016 3
Biggest Domestic November Day 610 $5,895,386 Nov 5, 2016 2
Biggest Domestic Saturday 2,093 $5,895,386 Nov 5, 2016 2
Biggest Domestic Friday 1,724 $5,340,939 Nov 4, 2016 1
Never No. 1 Domestic 347 $67,209,615 Nov 4, 2016 0

Cast

   Desmond T. Ross
Sam Worthington    Captain Glover
Luke Bracey    Smitty Ryker
Teresa Palmer    Dorothy Schutte
Hugo Weaving    Tom Doss
Rachel Griffiths    Bertha Doss
Vince Vaughn    Sgt. Howell
Richard Pyros    Teach
Jacob Warner    James Pinnick
Milo Gibson    Lucky Ford
Roman Guerriero    Young “Hal” Doss
James Lugton    Hiker
Kasia Stelmach    Hiker’s Friend
Jarin Towney    Teenage Boy
Tim McGarry    Local Man
Tyler Coppin    Lynchburg Doctor
Richard Pratt    Flirting Hospital Soldier
Nathaniel Buzolic    Harold “Hal” Doss
Laura Buckton    Cinema Kissing Sweetheart
Anthony Rizzo    Cinema Kissing Soldier
Simon Edds    MP Gibbs
Thatcher McMaster    Company B Soldier
Charles Jacobs    Private Webb
Dennis Kruesler    Sergeant Amos
Firass Dirani    Vito Rinnelli
Michael Sheasby    Tex Lewis
Luke Pegler    Hollywood Zane
Ben Mingay    Grease Nolan
Nico Cortez    Wal Kirzinski
Goran Kleut    Ghoul
Harry Greenwood    Henry Brown
Damien Thomlinson    Ralph Morgan
Ben O'Toole    Corporal Jessup
Andrew Sears    Private Maguire
Jim Robinson    Private Bates
Nathan Baird    Private Green
Sam Wright    Private Dixon
Mikael Koski    Private Giles
Troy Pickering    Private Tyler
James Moffett    Private Lewis
Josh Dean Williams    Private Perry
Richard Roxburgh    Colonel Stelzer
Andrew Hansch    Bugle Player
John Cannon    Corporal Cannon
Robert Morgan    Colonel Sangston
Helmut Bakaitis    Minister
Georgia Adamson    Receptionist
Bill Young    General Musgrove
Benedict Hardie    Captain Daniels
Philip Quast    Judge
James Mackay    Prosecutor
Ryan Corr    Lieutenant Manville
Sam Parsonson    96th Soldier Bob
James O'Connell    96th Soldier Page
Ori Pfeffer    Irv Schecter
Craig Reeves    Climbing Soldier
Adrian Twigg    Soldier — Death Throes
Sean Lynch    Popeye
Luke McMahon    Stretcher Bearer
Bill Thompson    Wounded Soldier
William Temm    Firing Japanese Soldier #1
Kazuaki Ono    Firing Japanese Soldier #2
Thomas Unger    Stretcher Bearer
Eric Taugherbeck    Wounded Private O’Conner
Hayden Geens    Wounded Private Blake
Edward Ned Law    Rescued Private Horvath
Kazuki Yuyama    Corpse with Rats #2
Daisuka Takeda    Corpse with Rats #3
Raphael Dubois    Corpse with Rats #4
Tim Potter    Soldier Hank
Santo Tripodi    Soldier Carl
Matt Nable    Lt. Colonel Cooney
Lawrence Brewer    Head Doctor
John Batziolas    Rescued Private Schulenberg
Nobuaki Shimamoto    Japanese Officer
Hioshi Kasuga    Japanese Hanging Soldier
Ryuzaburo Naruse    Injured Japanese in Tunnel
Hisataka Uematsu    Reacting Japanese Soldier #2
Adam Bowes    Rescued Wounded Leg Soldier
Michael Hennessy    Rescued Private Moran
Benjamin McCann    Rescued Private Saareste
Yukihiro Nagashima    Rescued Japanese Soldier
Takehiro Abe    Japanese Sniper
Daniel Thone    Stretcher Bearer
Nathan Halls    Private Tillson
Nicholas Cowey    Private Gregan
Charles Upton    Scared Military Officer
Yoji Tatsuta    Japanese General
Toshiyuki Teramoto    Surrendering Soldier
Honsen Haga    Japanese General’s Assistant

Production and Technical Credits

Director   
Screenwriter    Robert Schenkkan
Screenwriter    Andrew Knight
Producer    David Permut
Producer    Bill Mechanic
Producer    Brian Oliver
Producer    William D. Johnson
Producer    Bruce Davey
Producer    Paul Currie
Producer    Terry Benedict
Executive Producer    David Greathouse
Executive Producer    Stuart Ford
Executive Producer    Tyler Thompson
Executive Producer    Eric Greenfeld
Executive Producer    Rick Nicita
Executive Producer    Len Blavatnik
Executive Producer    Christopher Woodrow
Executive Producer    Michael Bassick
Executive Producer    Buddy Patrick
Executive Producer    Suzanne Warren
Executive Producer    Lenny Kornberg
Executive Producer    Mark C. Manuel
Executive Producer    Ted O'Neal
Line Producer    Barbara Gibbs
Director of Photography    Simon Duggan
Production Designer    Barry Robison
Editor    John Gilbert
Composer    Rupert Gregson-Williams
Costume Designer    Lizzy Gardiner
Make-up and Hair Designer    Shane Thomas
Visual Effects Supervisor    Chris Godfrey
Casting Director    Nikki Barrett
First Assistant Director    P.J. Voeten
Production Manager    Lorelle Adamson
Stunt Coordinator    Mic Rodgers
Stunt Coordinator    Kyle Gardiner
Supervising Art Director    Mark Robins
Sound Recordist    Peter Grace
Post-Production Supervisor    Jane Maguire
Re-recording Mixer    Kevin O'Connell
Re-recording Mixer    Andy Wright
Re-recording Mixer    Robert Mackenzie
Associate Producer    Gabe Videla
Associate Producer    Joel Kramer
Script Supervisor    Sophie Fabbri-Jackson
Casting Associate    Natalie Wall
Casting Assistant    Kelly Graham
Set Decorator    Rebecca Cohen
Art Director    Jacinta Leong
Assistant Art Director    Brian Nickless
Costume Supervisor    Kerry Thompson
Make up    Angela Conte
Hairstylist    Bec Taylor
Location Manager    Edward Donovan
Location Manager    Tiare Tomaszewski
Location Manager    Peter Lawless
Special Effects Supervisor    Dan Oliver
Special Effects Coordinator    Jasmin Lyford
Second Unit Camera    Damian Wyvill
First Assistant Editor    Carly Turner
Sound Designer    Robert Mackenzie
Sound Supervisor    Andy Wright
Dialogue Editor    Jed M. Dodge
Sound Effects Editor    Liam Price
Sound Effects Editor    Tara Webb
Sound Effects Editor    Steve Burgess
Foley Recordist    Alex Francis
Visual Effects Producer    Miranda Culley
Visual Effects Producer    Prue Fletcher
Visual Effects Producer    Simone Barker
Visual Effects Supervisor    Simon Maddison
Music Editor    Matt Friedman
Additional Music    Anthony Clarke
Additional Music    Steve Mazzaro
Additional Music    Evan Jolly
Executive Music Producer    Philip Moross
Executive Music Producer    James Gibb
Executive Producer    Tara Finegan

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Hacksaw Ridge Trailer

August 2nd, 2016

War drama starring Andrew Garfield, directed by Mel Gibson opens November 4 ... Full Movie Details.

The true story of Desmond Doss who, in Okinawa during the bloodiest battle of WWII, saved 75 men without firing or carrying a gun. He was the only American soldier in WWII to fight on the front lines without a weapon, as he believed that while the war was justified, killing was nevertheless wrong. As an army medic, he single-handedly evacuated the wounded from behind enemy lines, braved fire while tending to soldiers and was wounded by a grenade and hit by snipers. Doss was the first conscientious objector to ever earn the Congressional Medal of Honor. More...

Domestic Cumulative Box Office Records


Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2016/11/04 3 $15,190,758   2,886 $5,264   $15,190,758 3
2016/11/11 5 $10,630,873 -30% 2,971 $3,578   $32,120,194 10
2016/11/18 6 $6,666,920 -37% 2,883 $2,312   $42,771,212 17
2016/11/25 9 $5,519,615 -17% 2,332 $2,367   $52,234,465 24
2016/12/02 7 $3,341,027 -39% 2,494 $1,340   $57,205,983 31
2016/12/09 10 $2,288,401 -32% 2,277 $1,005   $60,850,849 38
2016/12/16 13 $956,516 -58% 1,341 $713   $62,854,620 45
2016/12/23 20 $315,469 -67% 428 $737   $63,688,345 52
2016/12/30 20 $397,720 +26% 352 $1,130   $64,606,565 59
2017/01/06 24 $202,182 -49% 222 $911   $65,089,527 66
2017/01/13 30 $133,897 -34% 172 $778   $65,336,380 73
2017/01/20 36 $78,148 -42% 125 $625   $65,489,586 80
2017/01/27 29 $416,398 +433% 502 $829   $65,949,727 87
2017/02/03 29 $242,217 -42% 317 $764   $66,358,580 94
2017/02/10 42 $100,852 -58% 127 $794   $66,571,016 101
2017/02/17 37 $139,932 +39% 86 $1,627   $66,758,635 108
2017/02/24 46 $55,643 -60% 60 $927   $66,935,525 115
2017/03/03 29 $157,287 +183% 107 $1,470   $67,115,062 122

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2016/11/04 3 $5,340,939   2,886 $1,851   $5,340,939 1
2016/11/05 3 $5,895,386 +10% 2,886 $2,043   $11,236,325 2
2016/11/06 3 $3,954,433 -33% 2,886 $1,370   $15,190,758 3
2016/11/07 3 $1,451,498 -63% 2,886 $503   $16,642,256 4
2016/11/08 3 $1,918,052 +32% 2,886 $665   $18,560,308 5
2016/11/09 3 $1,346,938 -30% 2,886 $467   $19,907,246 6
2016/11/10 3 $1,582,075 +17% 2,886 $548   $21,489,321 7
2016/11/11 5 $3,810,394 +141% 2,971 $1,283   $25,299,715 8
2016/11/12 5 $4,233,450 +11% 2,971 $1,425   $29,533,165 9
2016/11/13 5 $2,587,029 -39% 2,971 $871   $32,120,194 10
2016/11/14 4 $901,941 -65% 2,971 $304   $33,022,135 11
2016/11/15 4 $1,354,306 +50% 2,971 $456   $34,376,441 12
2016/11/16 4 $905,242 -33% 2,971 $305   $35,281,683 13
2016/11/17 4 $822,609 -9% 2,971 $277   $36,104,292 14
2016/11/18 6 $1,899,514 +131% 2,883 $659   $38,003,806 15
2016/11/19 6 $2,875,175 +51% 2,883 $997   $40,878,981 16
2016/11/20 6 $1,892,231 -34% 2,883 $656   $42,771,212 17
2016/11/21 5 $788,993 -58% 2,883 $274   $43,560,205 18
2016/11/22 5 $988,177 +25% 2,883 $343   $44,548,382 19
2016/11/23 8 $1,058,412 +7% 2,418 $438   $45,606,794 20
2016/11/24 8 $1,108,056 +5% 2,418 $458   $46,714,850 21
2016/11/25 9 $2,228,075 +101% 2,332 $955   $48,942,925 22
2016/11/26 9 $2,139,893 -4% 2,332 $918   $51,082,818 23
2016/11/27 8 $1,151,647 -46% 2,332 $494   $52,234,465 24
2016/11/28 8 $374,114 -68% 2,332 $160   $52,608,579 25
2016/11/29 7 $545,322 +46% 2,332 $234   $53,153,901 26
2016/11/30 7 $361,113 -34% 2,332 $155   $53,515,014 27
2016/12/01 7 $349,942 -3% 2,332 $150   $53,864,956 28
2016/12/02 7 $978,673 +180% 2,494 $392   $54,843,629 29
2016/12/03 7 $1,481,827 +51% 2,494 $594   $56,325,456 30
2016/12/04 7 $880,527 -41% 2,494 $353   $57,205,983 31
2016/12/05 7 $302,395 -66% 2,945 $103   $57,508,378 32
2016/12/06 6 $457,039 +51% 2,945 $155   $57,965,417 33
2016/12/07 6 $316,941 -31% 2,945 $108   $58,282,358 34
2016/12/08 6 $280,090 -12% 2,945 $95   $58,562,448 35
2016/12/09 9 $675,523 +141% 2,277 $297   $59,237,971 36
2016/12/10 10 $1,030,719 +53% 2,277 $453   $60,268,690 37
2016/12/11 10 $582,159 -44% 2,277 $256   $60,850,849 38
2016/12/12 9 $244,956 -58% 2,277 $108   $61,095,805 39
2016/12/13 9 $341,060 +39% 2,277 $150   $61,436,865 40
2016/12/14 9 $258,951 -24% 2,277 $114   $61,695,816 41
2016/12/15 9 $202,288 -22% 2,277 $89   $61,898,104 42
2016/12/16 13 $265,742 +31% 1,341 $198   $62,163,846 43
2016/12/17 13 $389,063 +46% 1,341 $290   $62,552,909 44
2016/12/18 13 $301,711 -22% 1,341 $225   $62,854,620 45
2016/12/19 13 $196,948 -35% 1,341 $147   $63,051,568 46
2016/12/20 13 $164,826 -16% 1,341 $123   $63,216,394 47
2016/12/21 - $74,434 -55% 544 $137   $63,290,828 48
2016/12/22 - $82,048 +10% 544 $151   $63,372,876 49
2016/12/23 - $105,822 +29% 428 $247   $63,478,698 50
2016/12/24 - $61,093 -42% 428 $143   $63,539,791 51
2016/12/25 - $148,554 +143% 428 $347   $63,688,345 52
2016/12/26 - $177,189 +19% 428 $414   $63,865,534 53
2016/12/27 - $120,489 -32% 428 $282   $63,986,023 54
2016/12/28 - $108,587 -10% 428 $254   $64,094,610 55
2016/12/29 - $114,235 +5% 428 $267   $64,208,845 56
2016/12/30 - $128,075 +12% 352 $364   $64,336,920 57
2016/12/31 - $126,294 -1% 352 $359   $64,463,214 58
2017/01/01 - $143,351 +14% 352 $407   $64,606,565 59
2017/01/02 - $131,726 -8% 352 $374   $64,738,291 60
2017/01/03 - $61,579 -53% 352 $175   $64,799,870 61
2017/01/04 - $47,510 -23% 352 $135   $64,847,380 62
2017/01/05 - $39,965 -16% 352 $114   $64,887,345 63
2017/01/06 - $56,863 +42% 222 $256   $64,944,208 64
2017/01/07 - $90,760 +60% 222 $409   $65,034,968 65
2017/01/08 - $54,559 -40% 222 $246   $65,089,527 66
2017/01/09 - $25,134 -54% 222 $113   $65,114,661 67
2017/01/10 - $34,046 +35% 222 $153   $65,148,707 68
2017/01/11 - $28,205 -17% 222 $127   $65,176,912 69
2017/01/12 - $25,571 -9% 222 $115   $65,202,483 70
2017/01/13 - $36,982 +45% 172 $215   $65,239,465 71
2017/01/14 - $57,218 +55% 172 $333   $65,296,683 72
2017/01/15 - $39,697 -31% 172 $231   $65,336,380 73
2017/01/16 - $27,956 -30% 172 $163   $65,364,336 74
2017/01/17 - $16,371 -41% 172 $95   $65,380,707 75
2017/01/18 - $14,337 -12% 172 $83   $65,395,044 76
2017/01/19 - $16,394 +14% 172 $95   $65,411,438 77
2017/01/20 - $21,385 +30% 125 $171   $65,432,823 78
2017/01/21 - $38,488 +80% 125 $308   $65,471,311 79
2017/01/22 - $18,275 -53% 125 $146   $65,489,586 80
2017/01/23 - $7,691 -58% 125 $62   $65,497,277 81
2017/01/24 - $11,131 +45% 125 $89   $65,508,408 82
2017/01/25 - $11,781 +6% 125 $94   $65,520,189 83
2017/01/26 - $13,140 +12% 125 $105   $65,533,329 84
2017/01/27 - $104,905 +698% 502 $209   $65,638,234 85
2017/01/28 - $190,598 +82% 502 $380   $65,828,832 86
2017/01/29 - $120,895 -37% 502 $241   $65,949,727 87
2017/01/30 - $38,320 -68% 502 $76   $65,988,047 88
2017/01/31 - $49,676 +30% 502 $99   $66,037,723 89
2017/02/01 - $40,142 -19% 502 $80   $66,077,865 90
2017/02/02 - $38,498 -4% 502 $77   $66,116,363 91
2017/02/03 - $73,047 +90% 317 $230   $66,189,410 92
2017/02/04 - $131,871 +81% 317 $416   $66,321,281 93
2017/02/05 - $37,299 -72% 317 $118   $66,358,580 94
2017/02/06 - $27,498 -26% 317 $87   $66,386,078 95
2017/02/07 - $34,134 +24% 317 $108   $66,420,212 96
2017/02/08 - $27,309 -20% 317 $86   $66,447,521 97
2017/02/09 - $22,643 -17% 317 $71   $66,470,164 98
2017/02/10 - $24,873 +10% 127 $196   $66,495,037 99
2017/02/11 - $49,792 +100% 127 $392   $66,544,829 100
2017/02/12 - $26,187 -47% 127 $206   $66,571,016 101
2017/02/13 - $10,168 -61% 127 $80   $66,581,184 102
2017/02/14 - $17,032 +68% 127 $134   $66,598,216 103
2017/02/15 - $10,283 -40% 127 $81   $66,608,499 104
2017/02/16 - $10,204 -1% 127 $80   $66,618,703 105
2017/02/17 - $35,861 +251% 86 $417   $66,654,564 106
2017/02/18 - $41,029 +14% 86 $477   $66,695,593 107
2017/02/19 - $63,042 +54% 86 $733   $66,758,635 108
2017/02/20 - $49,897 -21% 86 $580   $66,808,532 109
2017/02/21 - $9,699 -81% 86 $113   $66,818,231 110
2017/02/22 - $8,380 -14% 86 $97   $66,826,611 111
2017/02/23 - $53,271 +536% 86 $619   $66,879,882 112
2017/02/24 - $11,666 -78% 60 $194   $66,891,548 113
2017/02/25 - $35,229 +202% 60 $587   $66,926,777 114
2017/02/26 - $8,748 -75% 60 $146   $66,935,525 115
2017/02/27 - $5,652 -35% 60 $94   $66,941,177 116
2017/02/28 - $6,366 +13% 60 $106   $66,947,543 117
2017/03/01 - $5,154 -19% 60 $86   $66,952,697 118
2017/03/02 - $5,078 -1% 60 $85   $66,957,775 119
2017/03/03 - $42,967 +746% 107 $402   $67,000,742 120
2017/03/04 - $69,663 +62% 107 $651   $67,070,405 121
2017/03/05 - $44,657 -36% 107 $417   $67,115,062 122
2017/03/06 - $15,709 -65% 107 $147   $67,130,771 123
2017/03/07 - $27,727 +77% 107 $259   $67,158,498 124
2017/03/08 - $24,706 -11% 107 $231   $67,183,204 125
2017/03/09 - $26,411 +7% 107 $247   $67,209,615 126

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2016/11/04 3 $21,489,321   2,886 $7,446   $21,489,321 7
2016/11/11 5 $14,614,971 -32% 2,971 $4,919   $36,104,292 14
2016/11/18 7 $10,610,558 -27% 2,418 $4,388   $46,714,850 21
2016/11/25 8 $7,150,106 -33% 2,332 $3,066   $53,864,956 28
2016/12/02 7 $4,697,492 -34% 2,494 $1,884   $58,562,448 35
2016/12/09 10 $3,335,656 -29% 2,277 $1,465   $61,898,104 42
2016/12/16 16 $1,474,772 -56% 544 $2,711   $63,372,876 49
2016/12/23 20 $835,969 -43% 428 $1,953   $64,208,845 56
2016/12/30 20 $678,500 -19% 352 $1,928   $64,887,345 63
2017/01/06 24 $315,138 -54% 222 $1,420   $65,202,483 70
2017/01/13 30 $208,955 -34% 172 $1,215   $65,411,438 77
2017/01/20 33 $121,891 -42% 125 $975   $65,533,329 84
2017/01/27 28 $583,034 +378% 502 $1,161   $66,116,363 91
2017/02/03 28 $353,801 -39% 317 $1,116   $66,470,164 98
2017/02/10 41 $148,539 -58% 127 $1,170   $66,618,703 105
2017/02/17 34 $261,179 +76% 86 $3,037   $66,879,882 112
2017/02/24 46 $77,893 -70% 60 $1,298   $66,957,775 119
2017/03/03 28 $251,840 +223% 107 $2,354   $67,209,615 126

Box Office Summary Per Territory

Territory Release
Date
Opening
Weekend
Opening
Weekend
Theaters
Maximum
Theaters
Theatrical
Engagements
Total
Box Office
Report
Date
Australia 11/4/2016 $1,234,244 266 283 2346 $6,723,634 3/20/2017
Bulgaria 12/2/2016 $7,080 0 0 0 $21,408 1/9/2017
China 12/8/2016 $14,400,000 42978 42978 96869 $61,960,000 2/7/2017
Czech Republic 11/11/2016 $71,019 71 71 250 $320,945 12/20/2016
Italy 2/3/2017 $1,234,373 0 0 0 $6,180,714 3/9/2017
Lithuania 11/4/2016 $48,903 100 100 353 $252,980 2/2/2017
Mexico 12/29/2016 $398,215 0 0 0 $1,955,598 1/24/2017
Netherlands 11/3/2016 $276,111 86 94 590 $1,492,303 1/12/2017
New Zealand 11/4/2016 $138,724 53 91 457 $622,718 3/20/2017
Portugal 11/11/2016 $176,539 78 78 430 $840,999 3/9/2017
Russia (CIS) 11/18/2016 $383,081 436 436 1088 $1,112,719 12/21/2016
Slovakia 11/11/2016 $35,799 48 48 127 $135,918 12/16/2016
Slovenia 11/11/2016 $15,927 23 23 56 $58,087 12/28/2016
South Korea 2/6/2017 $0 0 427 582 $1,173,790 4/19/2017
Spain 12/9/2016 $523,267 362 362 1419 $2,370,174 3/10/2017
Turkey 11/25/2016 $54,426 50 50 86 $123,869 12/15/2016
United Kingdom 1/27/2017 $1,867,366 432 455 1452 $6,146,173 2/22/2017
 
International Total$91,492,029 4/19/2017

International Cumulative Box Office Records


Worldwide Cumulative Box Office Records


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