Hugo

Hugo poster
Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $73,864,507Details
International Box Office $111,168,708
Worldwide Box Office $185,033,215
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $17,591,700 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $15,513,860 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $33,105,560
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Synopsis

"Hugo" is the adventure of a resourceful orphan boy whose quest to unlock a secret left to him by his father will transform Hugo and all those around him, and reveal a safe and loving place he can call home.

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics
94% - Certified Fresh
Audience
78% - Upright

Movie Details

Production Budget:$180,000,000
Theatrical Release: November 23rd, 2011 (Wide) by Paramount Pictures
Video Release: February 28th, 2012 by Paramount Home Video
MPAA Rating: PG for mild thematic material, some action/peril and smoking
Keywords: Ensemble, Autumn Years, World War I, Voiceover/Narration, Breaking the Fourth Wall, Dream Sequence, Addiction, Unnamed Character, Non-Chronological, Abandoned Child, Visual Effects, Steampunk, Movie Business, Young Child Dealing with the Death of a Parent, Inventor, Stage Magician, Coming of Age, Robot, Orphan, 3-D
Source:Based on Fiction Book/Short Story
Genre:Adventure
Production Method:Animation/Live Action
Creative Type:Fantasy

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Cast

Ben Kingsley    Georges Mellies
Sacha Baron Cohen    Station Inspector
Asa Butterfield    Hugo Cabret
ChloŽ Grace Moretz    Isabelle
Ray Winstone    Uncle Claude
Emily Mortimer    Lisette
Helen McCrory    Mama Jeanne
Christopher Lee    Monsieur Labisse
Michael Stuhlbarg    Rene Tabard
Frances de la Tour    Madame Emilie
Richard Griffiths    Monsieur Frick
Jude Law    Hugo's Father
Kevin Eldon    Policeman
Gulliver McGrath    Young Tabard
Shaun Aylward    Street Kid
Emil Lager    Django Reinhardt
Angus Barnett    Theatre Manager
Edmund Kingsley    Camera Technician
Max Wrottesley    Train Engineer
Marco Aponte    Train Engineer Assistant
Ilona Cheshire    Cafe Waitress
Francesca Scorsese    Child in Cafe
Emily Surgent    Child in Cafe
Lily Carlson    Child in Cafe
Frederick Warder    Arabian Knight
Chrisos Lawson    Arabian Knight
Tomos James    Arabian Knight
Ed Sanders    Young Tabard's Brother
Terence Frisch    Circus Barker
Max Cane    Circus Barker
Frank Bourke    Gendames
Stephen Box    Gendames
Ben Addis    Salvador Dali
James Joyce    Robert Gill

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Martin Scorsese
Producer    Martin Scorsese
Screenwriter    John Logan
Based on the Book Entitled The Invention of Hugo Cabret    Brian Selznick
Producer    Graham King
Producer    Tim Headington
Producer    Johnny Depp
Executive Producer    David Crockett
Executive Producer    Georgia Kacandes
Director of Photography    Robert Richardson
Production Designer    Dante Ferretti
Editor    Thelma Schoonmaker
Costume Designer    Sandy Powell
Visual Effects Supervisor    Rob Legato
Composer    Howard Shore
Music Supervisor    Randall Poster
Casting    Ellen Lewis
Make-up and Prosthetic Effects Designer    Morag Ross

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2011/11/23 7 $1,681,250   1,277 $1,317   $1,681,250 1
2011/11/24 3 $2,356,287 +40% 1,277 $1,845   $4,037,537 2
2011/11/25 4 $4,511,798 +91% 1,277 $3,533   $8,549,335 3
2011/11/26 5 $4,392,479 -3% 1,277 $3,440   $12,941,814 4
2011/11/27 5 $2,460,228 -44% 1,277 $1,927   $15,402,042 5
2011/11/28 4 $550,032 -78% 1,277 $431   $15,952,074 6
2011/11/29 4 $617,134 +12% 1,277 $483   $16,569,208 7
2011/11/30 5 $473,811 -23% 1,277 $371   $17,043,019 8
2011/12/01 4 $520,457 +10% 1,277 $408   $17,563,476 9
2011/12/02 3 $1,993,270 +283% 1,840 $1,083   $19,556,746 10
2011/12/03 4 $3,382,026 +70% 1,840 $1,838   $22,938,772 11
2011/12/04 4 $2,182,413 -35% 1,840 $1,186   $25,121,185 12
2011/12/05 3 $517,730 -76% 1,840 $281   $25,638,915 13
2011/12/06 3 $671,277 +30% 1,840 $365   $26,310,192 14
2011/12/07 3 $513,578 -23% 1,840 $279   $26,823,770 15
2011/12/08 3 $540,640 +5% 1,840 $294   $27,364,410 16
2011/12/09 5 $1,574,646 +191% 2,608 $604   $28,939,056 17
2011/12/10 6 $2,750,170 +75% 2,608 $1,055   $31,689,226 18
2011/12/11 6 $1,725,493 -37% 2,608 $662   $33,414,719 19
2011/12/12 4 $464,034 -73% 2,608 $178   $33,878,753 20
2011/12/13 4 $573,176 +24% 2,608 $220   $34,451,929 21
2011/12/14 4 $474,930 -17% 2,608 $182   $34,926,859 22
2011/12/15 4 $521,002 +10% 2,608 $200   $35,447,861 23
2011/12/16 8 $966,318 +85% 2,532 $382   $36,414,179 24
2011/12/17 7 $1,580,244 +64% 2,532 $624   $37,994,423 25
2011/12/18 7 $1,161,286 -27% 2,532 $459   $39,155,709 26
2011/12/19 8 $626,378 -46% 2,532 $247   $39,782,087 27
2011/12/20 6 $725,815 +16% 2,532 $287   $40,507,902 28
2011/12/21 11 $507,511 -30% 1,487 $341   $41,015,413 29
2011/12/22 9 $611,856 +21% 1,487 $411   $41,627,269 30
2011/12/23 10 $715,057 +17% 1,236 $579   $42,342,326 31
2011/12/24 9 $589,824 -18% 1,236 $477   $42,932,150 32
2011/12/25 13 $826,947 +40% 951 $870   $43,759,097 33
2011/12/26 12 $989,786 +20% 951 $1,041   $44,748,883 34
2011/12/27 12 $772,360 -22% 951 $812   $45,521,243 35
2011/12/28 13 $726,017 -6% 951 $763   $46,247,260 36
2011/12/29 13 $745,332 +3% 951 $784   $46,992,592 37
2011/12/30 13 $845,430 +13% 951 $889   $47,838,022 38
2011/12/31 12 $785,343 -7% 951 $826   $48,623,365 39
2012/01/01 11 $830,837 +6% 951 $874   $49,454,202 40
2012/01/02 12 $859,293 +3% 951 $904   $50,313,495 41
2012/01/03 - $281,983 -67% 951 $297   $50,595,478 42
2012/01/04 - $220,877 -22% 951 $232   $50,816,355 43
2012/01/05 13 $213,802 -3% 951 $225   $51,030,157 44
2012/01/06 - $391,761 +83% 843 $465   $51,421,918 45
2012/01/07 - $719,502 +84% 843 $854   $52,141,420 46
2012/01/08 - $489,488 -32% 843 $581   $52,630,908 47
2012/01/09 - $106,822 -78% 843 $127   $52,737,730 48
2012/01/10 - $130,922 +23% 843 $155   $52,868,652 49
2012/01/11 - $120,426 -8% 843 $143   $52,989,078 50
2012/01/12 - $127,577 +6% 843 $151   $53,116,655 51
2012/01/13 - $217,372 +70% 545 $399   $53,334,027 52
2012/01/14 - $433,685 +100% 545 $796   $53,767,712 53
2012/01/15 - $395,411 -9% 545 $726   $54,163,123 54
2012/01/16 - $500,111 +26% 545 $918   $54,663,234 55
2012/01/17 - $100,773 -80% 545 $185   $54,764,007 56
2012/01/18 - $91,708 -9% 545 $168   $54,855,715 57
2012/01/19 - $94,067 +3% 545 $173   $54,949,782 58
2012/01/20 - $196,316 +109% 650 $302   $55,146,098 59
2012/01/21 - $464,494 +137% 650 $715   $55,610,592 60
2012/01/22 - $276,810 -40% 650 $426   $55,887,402 61
2012/01/23 - $78,551 -72% 650 $121   $55,965,953 62
2012/01/24 - $135,510 +73% 650 $208   $56,101,463 63
2012/01/25 - $157,264 +16% 650 $242   $56,258,727 64
2012/01/26 - $156,855 n/c 650 $241   $56,415,582 65
2012/01/27 - $488,050 +211% 965 $506   $56,903,632 66
2012/01/28 16 $1,082,167 +122% 965 $1,121   $57,985,799 67
2012/01/29 11 $940,058 -13% 965 $974   $58,925,857 68
2012/01/30 15 $183,009 -81% 965 $190   $59,108,866 69
2012/01/31 15 $193,008 +5% 965 $200   $59,301,874 70
2012/02/01 16 $165,872 -14% 965 $172   $59,467,746 71
2012/02/02 16 $171,293 +3% 965 $178   $59,639,039 72
2012/02/03 - $556,247 +225% 965 $576   $60,195,286 73
2012/02/04 - $1,210,093 +118% 965 $1,254   $61,405,379 74
2012/02/05 11 $506,050 -58% 965 $524   $61,911,429 75
2012/02/06 13 $168,745 -67% 965 $175   $62,080,174 76
2012/02/07 13 $217,374 +29% 965 $225   $62,297,548 77
2012/02/08 13 $186,369 -14% 965 $193   $62,483,917 78
2012/02/09 13 $192,902 +4% 965 $200   $62,676,819 79
2012/02/10 - $360,693 +87% 702 $514   $63,037,512 80
2012/02/11 - $826,064 +129% 702 $1,177   $63,863,576 81
2012/02/12 - $578,448 -30% 702 $824   $64,442,024 82
2012/02/13 - $135,885 -77% 702 $194   $64,577,909 83
2012/02/14 - $237,771 +75% 702 $339   $64,815,680 84
2012/02/15 - $127,890 -46% 702 $182   $64,943,570 85
2012/02/16 - $142,554 +11% 702 $203   $65,086,124 86
2012/02/17 - $339,542 +138% 558 $608   $65,425,666 87
2012/02/18 - $675,012 +99% 558 $1,210   $66,100,678 88
2012/02/19 - $641,130 -5% 558 $1,149   $66,741,808 89
2012/02/20 - $545,555 -15% 558 $978   $67,287,363 90
2012/02/21 - $205,264 -62% 558 $368   $67,492,627 91
2012/02/22 - $167,162 -19% 558 $300   $67,659,789 92
2012/02/23 - $184,155 +10% 558 $330   $67,843,944 93
2012/02/24 - $383,366 +108% 501 $765   $68,227,310 94
2012/02/25 - $732,533 +91% 501 $1,462   $68,959,843 95
2012/02/26 - $394,861 -46% 501 $788   $69,354,704 96
2012/02/27 12 $191,757 -51% 501 $383   $69,546,461 97
2012/02/28 13 $205,018 +7% 501 $409   $69,751,479 98
2012/02/29 13 $158,351 -23% 501 $316   $69,909,830 99
2012/03/01 - $156,747 -1% 501 $313   $70,066,577 100
2012/03/02 - $283,826 +81% 406 $699   $70,350,403 101
2012/03/03 - $593,273 +109% 406 $1,461   $70,943,676 102
2012/03/04 - $356,519 -40% 406 $878   $71,300,195 103
2012/03/05 - $86,005 -76% 406 $212   $71,386,200 104
2012/03/06 - $107,959 +26% 406 $266   $71,494,159 105
2012/03/07 - $76,400 -29% 406 $188   $71,570,559 106
2012/03/08 - $75,245 -2% 406 $185   $71,645,804 107
2012/03/09 - $151,593 +101% 313 $484   $71,797,397 108
2012/03/10 - $298,568 +97% 313 $954   $72,095,965 109
2012/03/11 - $173,154 -42% 313 $553   $72,269,119 110
2012/03/12 - $54,712 -68% 313 $175   $72,323,831 111
2012/03/13 - $68,933 +26% 313 $220   $72,392,764 112
2012/03/14 - $53,302 -23% 313 $170   $72,446,066 113
2012/03/15 - $60,614 +14% 313 $194   $72,506,680 114
2012/03/16 - $135,770 +124% 383 $354   $72,642,450 115
2012/03/17 - $204,321 +50% 383 $533   $72,846,771 116
2012/03/18 - $146,982 -28% 383 $384   $72,993,753 117
2012/03/19 - $46,296 -69% 383 $121   $73,040,049 118
2012/03/20 - $58,183 +26% 383 $152   $73,098,232 119
2012/03/21 - $44,882 -23% 383 $117   $73,143,114 120
2012/03/22 - $44,288 -1% 383 $116   $73,187,402 121
2012/03/23 - $59,778 +35% 283 $211   $73,247,180 122
2012/03/24 - $113,334 +90% 283 $400   $73,360,514 123
2012/03/25 - $77,433 -32% 283 $274   $73,437,947 124
2012/03/26 - $26,539 -66% 283 $94   $73,464,486 125
2012/03/27 - $36,220 +36% 283 $128   $73,500,706 126
2012/03/28 - $29,432 -19% 283 $104   $73,530,138 127
2012/03/29 - $28,422 -3% 283 $100   $73,558,560 128
2012/03/30 - $33,564 +18% 174 $193   $73,592,124 129
2012/03/31 - $57,239 +71% 174 $329   $73,649,363 130
2012/04/01 - $38,901 -32% 174 $224   $73,688,264 131
2012/04/02 - $12,873 -67% 174 $74   $73,701,137 132
2012/04/03 - $19,326 +50% 174 $111   $73,720,463 133
2012/04/04 - $14,594 -24% 174 $84   $73,735,057 134
2012/04/05 - $16,626 +14% 174 $96   $73,751,683 135
2012/04/06 - $25,641 +54% 101 $254   $73,777,324 136
2012/04/07 - $23,875 -7% 101 $236   $73,801,199 137
2012/04/08 - $18,895 -21% 101 $187   $73,820,094 138
2012/04/09 - $11,250 -40% 101 $111   $73,831,344 139
2012/04/10 - $11,832 +5% 101 $117   $73,843,176 140
2012/04/11 - $11,366 -4% 101 $113   $73,854,542 141
2012/04/12 - $9,965 -12% 101 $99   $73,864,507 142

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2011/11/25 5 $11,364,505   1,277 $8,899   $15,402,042 5
2011/12/02 3 $7,557,709 -33% 1,840 $4,107   $25,121,185 12
2011/12/09 6 $6,050,309 -20% 2,608 $2,320   $33,414,719 19
2011/12/16 7 $3,707,848 -39% 2,532 $1,464   $39,155,709 26
2011/12/23 11 $2,131,828 -43% 1,236 $1,725   $43,759,097 33
2011/12/30 12 $2,461,610 +15% 951 $2,588   $49,454,202 40
2012/01/06 13 $1,600,751 -35% 843 $1,899   $52,630,908 47
2012/01/13 17 $1,046,468 -35% 545 $1,920   $54,163,123 54
2012/01/20 20 $937,620 -10% 650 $1,442   $55,887,402 61
2012/01/27 15 $2,510,275 +168% 965 $2,601   $58,925,857 68
2012/02/03 14 $2,272,390 -9% 1,030 $2,206   $61,911,429 75
2012/02/10 14 $1,765,205 -22% 702 $2,515   $64,442,024 82
2012/02/17 14 $1,655,684 -6% 558 $2,967   $66,741,808 89
2012/02/24 16 $1,510,760 -9% 501 $3,015   $69,354,704 96
2012/03/02 16 $1,233,618 -18% 406 $3,038   $71,300,195 103
2012/03/09 20 $623,315 -49% 313 $1,991   $72,269,119 110
2012/03/16 20 $487,073 -22% 383 $1,272   $72,993,753 117
2012/03/23 23 $250,545 -49% 283 $885   $73,437,947 124
2012/03/30 32 $129,704 -48% 174 $745   $73,688,264 131
2012/04/06 39 $68,411 -47% 101 $677   $73,820,094 138

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
3/4/20122501,569 501,569$8,416,328$8,416,3281
3/11/20128165,764-67% 667,333$2,816,330$11,232,6582
3/18/20121488,685-46% 756,018$1,610,520$12,843,1783
3/25/20121655,528-37% 811,546$864,016$13,707,1934
4/1/20121836,543-34% 848,089$550,338$14,257,5315
4/8/20121858,446+60% 906,535$817,660$15,075,1916
4/15/20122523,230-60% 929,765$300,828$15,376,0197
4/22/20121934,364+48% 964,129$445,014$15,821,0338
4/29/20122721,710-37% 985,839$281,144$16,102,1779

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
3/4/20121262,486 262,486$7,210,490$7,210,4901
3/11/2012468,032-74% 330,518$1,784,488$8,994,9782
3/18/2012736,326-47% 366,844$967,000$9,961,9783
3/25/20121129,372-19% 396,216$647,061$10,609,0394
4/1/20121126,197-11% 422,413$518,184$11,127,2235
4/8/20121140,905+56% 463,318$735,885$11,863,1086
4/15/20121314,055-66% 477,373$252,704$12,115,8127
4/22/20121213,338-5% 490,711$239,823$12,355,6358
4/29/20121411,649-13% 502,360$209,557$12,565,1929

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