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In the Heart of the Sea (2015)

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Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $25,020,758Details
International Box Office $65,400,000Details
Worldwide Box Office $90,420,758
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $4,435,661 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $3,255,032 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $7,690,693
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  1. Summary
  2. News
  3. Box Office
  4. International
  5. Video Sales
  6. Full Financials
  7. Cast & Crew
  8. Trailer

Synopsis

In the winter of 1820, the New England whaling ship Essex was assaulted by something no one could believe: a whale of mammoth size and will, and an almost human sense of vengeance. The real-life maritime disaster would inspire Herman Melville's Moby-Dick. But that told only half the story. "In the Heart of the Sea" reveals the encounter's harrowing aftermath, as the ship's surviving crew is pushed to their limits and forced to do the unthinkable to stay alive. Braving storms, starvation, panic and despair, the men will call into question their deepest beliefs, from the value of their lives to the morality of their trade, as their captain searches for direction on the open sea and his first mate still seeks to bring the great whale down.

Metrics

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Movie Details

Production Budget:$100,000,000
Domestic Releases: December 11th, 2015 (Wide) by Warner Bros.
December 11th, 2015 (IMAX) by Warner Bros.
International Releases: November 26th, 2015 (Wide) (Oman)
November 26th, 2015 (Wide) (United Arab Emirates)
December 3rd, 2015 (Wide) (Brazil)
December 3rd, 2015 (Wide) (Central America)
December 3rd, 2015 (Wide) (Chile)
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Video Release: February 23rd, 2016 by Warner Home Video
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for intense sequences of action and peril, brief startling violence, and thematic material.
(Rating bulletin 2341, 9/24/2014)
Running Time: 121 minutes
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Keywords: Animals Gone Bad, On a Boat, Marooned, Cannibalism, 1800s, Same Role, Multiple Actors, Lost At Sea
Source:Based on Real Life Events
Genre:Adventure
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Dramatization
Production Companies: Warner Bros., Village Roadshow Productions, Cott Productions , Enelmar Productions, A.I.E. , Roth Films, Spring Creek , Imagine Entertainment, Kia Jam Productions, RatPac Entertainment, Dune Entertainment
Production Countries: United States

Ranking on other Records and Milestones

RecordRankRevenueChart
Date
Days In
Release
Biggest 9th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 2,690 $69,802 Feb 5, 2016 59
Biggest 8th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 2,737 $100,520 Jan 29, 2016 52
Biggest 7th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 2,911 $136,023 Jan 22, 2016 45
Biggest 6th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 3,179 $187,205 Jan 15, 2016 38
Biggest 5th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 3,798 $180,046 Jan 8, 2016 31
Biggest 4th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 3,273 $686,785 Jan 1, 2016 24
Biggest 3rd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 3,693 $965,800 Dec 25, 2015 17
Biggest 2nd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 2,776 $3,484,270 Dec 18, 2015 10
Biggest December Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 307 $11,053,366 Dec 11, 2015 3
Biggest Opening Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,657 $11,053,366 Dec 11, 2015 3
Widest Opening Weekend 702 3,103 Dec 11, 2015 3

Cast

   Owen Chase
   George Pollard
   Matthew Joy
   Young Thomas Nickerson
Ben Whishaw    Herman Melville
Brendan Gleeson    Old Thomas Nickerson
Michelle Fairley    Mrs. Nickerson
Paul Anderson    Caleb Chappel
Frank Dillane    Henry Coffin
Joseph Mawle    Benjamin Lawrence
Edward Ashley    Barzillai Ray
Sam Keeley    Ramsdell
Osy Ikhile    Richard Peterson
Gary Beadle    William Bond
Jamie Sives    Cole
Morgan Chetcuti    Sheppard
Charlotte Riley    Peggy Chase
Nicholas Jones    Pollard Senior
Donald Sumpter    Paul Mason
Richard Bremmer    Benjamin Fuller
Jordi Molla    Spanish Captain
Victor Sole    Harpooner
Nordin Aoures    First Mate
Santi Lopez    Second Mate
Christhian Esquivel    Quichua Indian Trader
Harry Jardine    Rescue Ship Lookout
Jamie Michie    Rescue Ship Captain
Andy Wareham    John Sanborn
Mark Southworth    Francis Easton
Frans Huber    Nye (Sailor)
Christopher Keegan    Shareholder
Stephanie Jacob    Tally Woman
Kierron Quest    Thomas
Luca Tosi    Wright
Nicholas Tabone    Weeks
Martin Wilde    Benjamin Gardner
Michael Cronin    Quaker Prayer Leader

Production and Technical Credits

Director   
Screenwriter    Charles Leavitt
Producer    Joe Roth
Producer    Paula Weinstein
Producer    Will Ward
Producer    Brian Grazer
Producer    Ron Howard
Story by    Charles Leavitt
Story by    Rick Jaffa
Story by    Amanda Silver
Based on the Book 'In the Heart of the Sea: The Tragedy of the Whaleship Essex' by    Nathaniel Philbrick
Executive Producer    Bruce Berman
Executive Producer    Sarah Bradshaw
Executive Producer    Palak Patel
Executive Producer    Erica Huggins
Executive Producer    David Bergstein
Director of Photography    Anthony Dod Mantle
Production Designer    Mark Tildesley
Editor    Mike Hill
Editor    Dan Hanley
Composer    Roque Banos
Co-Producer    William M. Connor
Visual Effects Supervisor    Jody Johnson
Costume Designer    Julian Day
Casting Director    Nina Gold
Unit Production Manager    Sarah Bradshaw
Unit Production Manager    Simone Goodridge
First Assistant Director    William M. Connor
Second Assistant Director    Nick Shuttleworth
Supervising Art Director    Niall Moroney
Supervising Art Director    Christian Huband
Art Director    Nick Gottschalk
Art Director    Neal Callow
Art Director    Dean Clegg
Art Director    Arwel Evans
Sound Mixer    Chris Munro
Script Supervisor    Jo Beckett
Post-Production Executive    Marianne Jenkins
Post-Production Supervisor    Emma Zee
Associate Editor    Simon Davis
Visual Effects Producer    Leslie Lerman
Re-recording Mixer    Chris Burdon
Re-recording Mixer    Gilbert Lake
Supervising Sound Editor    Frank Kruse
Supervising Dialogue Editor    Steve Little
Dialogue Editor    Iain Eyre
Costume Supervisor    Andrew Hunt
Make-up and Hair Designer    Fae Hammond
Make up    Kristin Chalmers
Make up    Marilyn MacDonald
Set Decorator    Dominic Capon
Production Supervisor    Donald Sabourin
Supervising Music Editor    Maarten Hofmeijer
Music Editor    Paul Chandler
Music Editor    David Walter
Stunt Coordinator    Eunice Huthart
Stunt Coordinator    Daniel F Malone

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The shaded area represents the expected performance range for a film, based on its opening weekend box office. 95% of films fall within the shaded area. If a film trends towards the top end of the shaded area, it has good legs compared to the average film; if it trends towards the bottom end of the shaded area, it has poor legs. The predictive area is based on movies from the past 5 years.

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Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2015/12/11 2 $11,053,366   3,103 $3,562   $11,053,366 3
2015/12/18 8 $3,484,270 -68% 3,103 $1,123   $18,619,365 10
2015/12/25 19 $965,800 -72% 685 $1,410   $22,283,230 17
2016/01/01 20 $686,785 -29% 533 $1,289   $23,750,170 24
2016/01/08 27 $180,046 -74% 222 $811   $24,183,085 31
2016/01/15 29 $187,205 +4% 236 $793   $24,452,221 38
2016/01/22 33 $136,023 -27% 202 $673   $24,701,780 45
2016/01/29 41 $100,520 -26% 155 $649   $24,860,870 52
2016/02/05 42 $69,802 -31% 131 $533   $24,985,612 59

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2015/12/11 1 $3,849,684   3,103 $1,241   $3,849,684 1
2015/12/12 4 $4,322,010 +12% 3,103 $1,393   $8,171,694 2
2015/12/13 3 $2,881,672 -33% 3,103 $929   $11,053,366 3
2015/12/14 1 $1,053,372 -63% 3,103 $339   $12,106,738 4
2015/12/15 1 $1,362,181 +29% 3,103 $439   $13,468,919 5
2015/12/16 2 $937,293 -31% 3,103 $302   $14,406,212 6
2015/12/17 2 $728,883 -22% 3,103 $235   $15,135,095 7
2015/12/18 8 $985,429 +35% 3,103 $318   $16,120,524 8
2015/12/19 8 $1,413,836 +43% 3,103 $456   $17,534,360 9
2015/12/20 8 $1,085,005 -23% 3,103 $350   $18,619,365 10
2015/12/21 8 $624,454 -42% 3,103 $201   $19,243,819 11
2015/12/22 8 $816,352 +31% 3,103 $263   $20,060,171 12
2015/12/23 9 $704,330 -14% 3,103 $227   $20,764,501 13
2015/12/24 8 $552,929 -21% 3,103 $178   $21,317,430 14
2015/12/25 - $328,108 -41% 685 $479   $21,645,538 15
2015/12/26 - $362,409 +10% 685 $529   $22,007,947 16
2015/12/27 - $275,283 -24% 685 $402   $22,283,230 17
2015/12/28 - $197,194 -28% 685 $288   $22,480,424 18
2015/12/29 - $207,379 +5% 685 $303   $22,687,803 19
2015/12/30 - $185,412 -11% 685 $271   $22,873,215 20
2015/12/31 - $190,170 +3% 685 $278   $23,063,385 21
2016/01/01 - $270,397 +42% 533 $507   $23,333,782 22
2016/01/02 - $270,741 n/c 533 $508   $23,604,523 23
2016/01/03 - $145,647 -46% 533 $273   $23,750,170 24
2016/01/04 - $63,385 -56% 533 $119   $23,813,555 25
2016/01/05 - $72,892 +15% 533 $137   $23,886,447 26
2016/01/06 - $64,416 -12% 533 $121   $23,950,863 27
2016/01/07 - $52,176 -19% 533 $98   $24,003,039 28
2016/01/08 - $51,657 -1% 222 $233   $24,054,696 29
2016/01/09 - $81,544 +58% 222 $367   $24,136,240 30
2016/01/10 - $46,845 -43% 222 $211   $24,183,085 31
2016/01/11 - $17,174 -63% 222 $77   $24,200,259 32
2016/01/12 - $22,356 +30% 222 $101   $24,222,615 33
2016/01/13 - $20,191 -10% 222 $91   $24,242,806 34
2016/01/14 - $22,210 +10% 222 $100   $24,265,016 35
2016/01/15 - $50,777 +129% 236 $215   $24,315,793 36
2016/01/16 - $77,392 +52% 236 $328   $24,393,185 37
2016/01/17 - $59,036 -24% 236 $250   $24,452,221 38
2016/01/18 - $50,171 -15% 236 $213   $24,502,392 39
2016/01/19 - $23,580 -53% 236 $100   $24,525,972 40
2016/01/20 - $18,392 -22% 236 $78   $24,544,364 41
2016/01/21 - $21,393 +16% 236 $91   $24,565,757 42
2016/01/22 - $38,407 +80% 202 $190   $24,604,164 43
2016/01/23 - $65,645 +71% 202 $325   $24,669,809 44
2016/01/24 - $31,971 -51% 202 $158   $24,701,780 45
2016/01/25 - $13,108 -59% 202 $65   $24,714,888 46
2016/01/26 - $17,040 +30% 202 $84   $24,731,928 47
2016/01/27 - $13,972 -18% 202 $69   $24,745,900 48
2016/01/28 - $14,450 +3% 202 $72   $24,760,350 49
2016/01/29 - $26,542 +84% 155 $171   $24,786,892 50
2016/01/30 - $41,883 +58% 155 $270   $24,828,775 51
2016/01/31 - $32,095 -23% 155 $207   $24,860,870 52
2016/02/01 - $13,480 -58% 155 $87   $24,874,350 53
2016/02/02 - $16,176 +20% 155 $104   $24,890,526 54
2016/02/03 - $12,455 -23% 155 $80   $24,902,981 55
2016/02/04 - $12,829 +3% 155 $83   $24,915,810 56
2016/02/05 - $21,653 +69% 131 $165   $24,937,463 57
2016/02/06 - $31,846 +47% 131 $243   $24,969,309 58
2016/02/07 - $16,303 -49% 131 $124   $24,985,612 59
2016/02/08 - $8,966 -45% 131 $68   $24,994,578 60
2016/02/09 - $9,324 +4% 131 $71   $25,003,902 61
2016/02/10 - $7,840 -16% 131 $60   $25,011,742 62
2016/02/11 - $9,016 +15% 131 $69   $25,020,758 63

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2015/12/11 2 $15,135,095   3,103 $4,878   $15,135,095 7
2015/12/18 8 $6,182,335 -59% 3,103 $1,992   $21,317,430 14
2015/12/25 19 $1,745,955 -72% 685 $2,549   $23,063,385 21
2016/01/01 20 $939,654 -46% 533 $1,763   $24,003,039 28
2016/01/08 25 $261,977 -72% 222 $1,180   $24,265,016 35
2016/01/15 29 $300,741 +15% 236 $1,274   $24,565,757 42
2016/01/22 32 $194,593 -35% 202 $963   $24,760,350 49
2016/01/29 39 $155,460 -20% 155 $1,003   $24,915,810 56
2016/02/05 42 $104,948 -32% 131 $801   $25,020,758 63

Box Office Summary Per Territory

Territory Release
Date
Opening
Weekend
Opening
Weekend
Theaters
Maximum
Theaters
Theatrical
Engagements
Total
Box Office
Report
Date
Argentina 12/31/2015 $537,407 116 116 324 $1,899,799 2/17/2016
Australia 12/4/2015 $644,024 429 429 1186 $1,859,508 6/9/2016
Austria 12/4/2015 $46,023 61 61 148 $129,595 6/9/2016
Belgium 12/9/2015 $85,289 36 36 86 $280,972 6/9/2016
Bolivia 12/31/2015 $107,034 22 23 67 $362,503 2/9/2016
Brazil 12/3/2015 $1,320,665 496 527 1494 $4,121,217 6/9/2016
Bulgaria 12/4/2015 $36,909 47 47 102 $189,850 2/2/2016
Cambodia 12/11/2015 $23,036 14 14 24 $41,669 12/29/2015
Central America 12/3/2015 $0 0 142 147 $900,195 1/20/2016
Chile 12/3/2015 $0 0 66 154 $802,973 1/20/2016
Croatia 12/3/2015 $24,384 31 31 97 $75,262 1/13/2016
Czech Republic 12/3/2015 $33,846 76 76 99 $85,181 12/21/2015
Denmark 12/10/2015 $68,272 58 58 58 $68,272 12/16/2015
Ecuador 12/11/2015 $164,673 91 91 215 $522,012 1/26/2016
Egypt 12/9/2015 $51,417 1 1 2 $66,817 12/21/2015
Estonia 12/4/2015 $27,986 8 8 8 $27,986 12/8/2015
Finland 12/25/2015 $51,357 110 110 249 $174,809 6/9/2016
France 12/9/2015 $920,605 368 368 993 $1,925,222 12/29/2015
Germany 12/3/2015 $444,967 478 478 1120 $1,023,179 9/5/2016
Greece 12/31/2015 $194,603 67 67 161 $561,165 6/9/2016
Hong Kong 12/3/2015 $358,236 80 80 140 $770,876 12/29/2015
Hungary 12/10/2015 $46,998 48 48 48 $46,998 12/16/2015
Iceland 12/4/2015 $0 0 3 3 $31,827 12/21/2015
Indonesia 12/4/2015 $669,881 251 254 528 $2,463,729 1/13/2016
Iraq 12/3/2015 $6,556 3 3 9 $19,711 12/29/2015
Israel 12/31/2015 $87,345 30 30 83 $209,990 1/20/2016
Italy 12/3/2015 $1,761,364 478 478 601 $4,874,527 6/9/2016
Japan 1/16/2016 $738,767 547 558 1105 $1,789,219 6/9/2016
Kuwait 12/3/2015 $215,074 18 18 37 $623,749 12/29/2015
Lebanon 12/10/2015 $31,165 6 6 18 $216,024 1/13/2016
Lithuania 12/4/2015 $0 0 39 39 $108,378 1/6/2016
Malaysia 12/3/2015 $560,353 212 212 570 $1,692,823 6/9/2016
Mexico 12/4/2015 $1,869,179 0 36 36 $6,335,173 6/9/2016
Netherlands 12/10/2015 $183,066 117 117 257 $591,605 6/9/2016
New Zealand 12/4/2015 $88,842 137 138 465 $298,807 6/9/2016
Oman 11/26/2015 $0 0 2 2 $2,309 12/8/2015
Peru 12/3/2015 $323,824 123 123 355 $1,136,682 1/13/2016
Philippines 12/3/2015 $0 0 151 151 $793,622 12/16/2015
Portugal 12/10/2015 $127,666 92 92 275 $483,858 6/9/2016
Romania 12/4/2015 $0 0 49 140 $511,873 1/4/2016
Russia (CIS) 12/3/2015 $2,127,980 1689 1689 4264 $4,904,013 12/29/2015
Serbia and Montenegro 12/3/2015 $12,643 17 17 41 $45,750 1/5/2016
Singapore 12/3/2015 $283,350 48 48 110 $636,811 6/9/2016
Slovakia 12/3/2015 $20,916 35 35 69 $45,025 12/17/2015
Slovenia 12/10/2015 $6,191 14 14 42 $21,189 9/5/2016
South Africa 1/1/2016 $0 0 73 73 $204,768 6/9/2016
South Korea 12/3/2015 $2,212,700 524 525 1144 $5,744,450 12/23/2015
Spain 12/4/2015 $604,420 392 392 1070 $2,004,832 6/9/2016
Sweden 1/6/2016 $0 0 74 74 $393,904 6/9/2016
Switzerland 12/3/2015 $70,553 41 41 57 $70,553 12/16/2015
Taiwan 12/3/2015 $599,665 145 145 373 $1,610,608 6/9/2016
Thailand 12/3/2015 $327,904 147 147 311 $664,633 12/29/2015
Turkey 1/1/2016 $105,653 53 53 97 $224,243 1/20/2016
Ukraine 12/3/2015 $298,425 186 186 546 $710,336 1/13/2016
United Arab Emirates 11/26/2015 $0 0 102 204 $1,663,255 3/29/2016
United Kingdom 12/25/2015 $852,575 508 508 1731 $3,728,250 6/9/2016
Uruguay 12/31/2015 $0 0 12 24 $61,166 2/2/2016
Venezuela 12/25/2015 $467,565 51 51 141 $2,360,636 2/2/2016
Vietnam 12/11/2015 $0 0 22 34 $287,378 1/5/2016
 
Rest of World $1,898,234
 
International Total$65,400,000 9/5/2016

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
3/13/20163118,300 118,300$1,773,317$1,773,3173
3/20/20161039,380-67% 157,680$590,306$2,363,6234
4/3/20161718,391 193,203$277,520$2,922,9656
4/10/2016267,018-62% 200,221$105,200$3,028,1657

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
3/13/2016476,409 76,409$1,778,809$1,778,8093
3/20/20161021,646-72% 98,055$514,095$2,292,9044

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