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The Legend of Tarzan (2016)

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Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $126,643,061Details
International Box Office $222,500,000Details
Worldwide Box Office $349,143,061
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Synopsis

It has been years since the man once known as Tarzan left the jungles of Africa behind for a gentrified life as John Clayton III, Lord Greystoke, with his beloved wife, Jane at his side. Now, he has been invited back to the Congo to serve as a trade emissary of Parliament, unaware that he is a pawn in a deadly convergence of greed and revenge, masterminded by the Belgian, Captain Leon Rom. But those behind the murderous plot have no idea what they are about to unleash.

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Movie Details

Production Budget:$180,000,000
Domestic Releases: July 1st, 2016 (Wide) by Warner Bros.
July 1st, 2016 (IMAX) by Warner Bros.
International Releases: June 27th, 2016 (Wide) (South Korea)
July 1st, 2016 (Wide), released as Legend of Tarzan, The (New Zealand)
July 1st, 2016 (Wide) (Russia (CIS))
July 7th, 2016 (Wide), released as Tarzanas: džiunglių legenda (Lithuania)
July 8th, 2016 (Wide) (Australia)
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Video Release: September 23rd, 2016 by Warner Home Video
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for sequences of action and violence, some sensuality and brief rude dialogue.
(Rating bulletin 2417 (Cert 50329), 3/23/2016)
Running Time: 110 minutes
Comparisons: vs. The Jungle Book
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Keywords: Africa, Animal Lead, Government Corruption
Source:Based on Fiction Book/Short Story
Genre:Adventure
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Historical Fiction
Production Companies: Warner Bros., Village Roadshow Productions, RatPac Entertainment, Dune Entertainment, Jerry Weintraub, Riche-Ludwig, Beaglepug
Production Countries: United States

Ranking on other Records and Milestones

RecordRankRevenueChart
Date
Days In
Release
Biggest 11th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,249 $176,683 Sep 9, 2016 73
Biggest 10th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,140 $273,573 Sep 2, 2016 66
Biggest 9th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,340 $300,827 Aug 26, 2016 59
Biggest 8th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,472 $381,894 Aug 19, 2016 52
Biggest 7th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,920 $370,422 Aug 12, 2016 45
Biggest 6th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,800 $801,735 Aug 5, 2016 38
Biggest 5th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,262 $2,467,018 Jul 29, 2016 31
Biggest 4th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 606 $6,576,417 Jul 22, 2016 24
Biggest 3rd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 431 $11,441,337 Jul 15, 2016 17
Fastest Movies to Earn $100 Million at the Domestic Box Office 276 $103,371,594 Jul 15, 2016 17
Biggest 2nd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 321 $21,006,462 Jul 8, 2016 10
Biggest Tuesday at the Domestic Box Office 218 $6,002,639 Jul 5, 2016 5
Fastest Movies to Earn $50 Million at the Domestic Box Office 257 $52,585,044 Jul 1, 2016 5
Biggest Monday at the Domestic Box Office 147 $8,054,549 Jul 4, 2016 4
Biggest Sunday at the Domestic Box Office 335 $11,786,208 Jul 3, 2016 3
Biggest July Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 63 $38,527,856 Jul 1, 2016 3
Biggest Opening Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 310 $38,527,856 Jul 1, 2016 3
Biggest Weekends at the Domestic Box Office 407 $38,527,856 Jul 1, 2016 3
Widest Opening Weekend 273 3,561 Jul 1, 2016 3
Biggest Saturday at the Domestic Box Office 558 $12,690,227 Jul 2, 2016 2
Biggest Friday at the Domestic Box Office 353 $14,051,421 Jul 1, 2016 1
Biggest July Day at the Domestic Box Office 204 $14,051,421 Jul 1, 2016 1

Cast

   John Clayton Tarzan
Samuel L. Jackson    George Washington Williams
   Jane Clayton
Djimon Hounsou    Chief Mbonga
Christoph Waltz    Leon Rom
Rory J. Saper    Tarzan (18 Years)
Christian Stevens    Tarzan (5 Years)
Sidney Ralitsoele    Wasimbu
Osy Ikhile    Kwete
Mens-Sana Tamakloe    Kolo
Antony Acheampong    Kanam
Edward Apeagyei    Kimanaa
Ashley Byam    Kasai
Casper Crump    Major Kerckhover
Adam Ganne    German Force Publique
Aleksandar Mikic    Muscular Force Publique
Gary Cargill    Unruly Force Publique
Shaun Smith    Medieval Faced Mercenary
Ian Mercer    Freckled Force Publique
Laurence Spellman    South African Force Publique
Alex Ferns    Force Publique Officer
Roger Evans    Force Publique Officer
Clive Brunt    Senior Officer
Charles Babalola    Kulonga
Yule Masiteng    Muviro
Mimi Ndiweni    Eshe
Faith Edwards    Older Kuba Woman
Matt Cross    Akut
Madeleine Worrall    Kala
William Wollen    Kerchak
Cedric Weber    French Engineer
Richard James Neale    Jug Eared Soldier
Charlie Anson    Sergeant
Simon Russell Beale    Mr. Frum
John Hollingworth    Steward
Maxim De Villiers    Young Officer
Miles Jupp    The Valet
Teresa Churcher    Stern Maid
Jim Broadbent    Prime Minister
Christopher Benjamin    Lord Knutsford
Paul Hamilton    Lord Stanhope
Ben Chaplin    Captain Moulle
Faisal Mohammed    Huge Warrior
Genevieve O'Reilly    Tarzan's Mother
Hadley Fraser    Tarzan's Father
Augusts Dakteris    Tarzan Aerial Artist
Sofia Ramos    Singer
Caitlin McIntosh    Pigtails
Thomas Coghlan    Smallest/Little Boy (aged 10)
Amelia Mae Butler    Tiny/Young Girl (aged 9)
Jack Hammond    Bully/Big Boy (aged 11)
Oliver Lamb    Curious (Young) Boy
Matilda Hedley    Child (aged 10)
Luke Smith    Child in Greystoke Manor
John Harvey Wilson    Child in Greystoke Manor
Adam Scholes    Child in Greystoke Manor
Owen Walters    Child in Greystoke Manor
Orla McFarlane    Child in Greystoke Manor

Production and Technical Credits

Director   
Screenwriter    Adam Cozad
Screenwriter    Craig Brewer
Story by    Craig Brewer
Story by    Adam Cozad
Based on the "Tarzan" stories created by    Edgar Rice Burroughs
Producer    Jerry Weintraub
Producer    David Barron
Producer    Alan Riche
Producer    Tony Ludwig
Executive Producer    Susan Ekins
Executive Producer    Nikolas Korda
Executive Producer    David Yates
Executive Producer    Mike Richardson
Executive Producer    Bruce Berman
Executive Producer    Keith Goldberg
Executive Producer    Steven Mnuchin
Production Designer    Stuart Craig
Editor    Mark Day
Composer    Rupert Gregson-Williams
Director of Photography    Henry Braham
Casting Director    Lucy Bevan
Costume Designer    Ruth Myers
Co-Producer    Scott B. Cherrin
Visual Effects Supervisor    Jim Burke
Unit Production Manager    Elena Zokas
Unit Production Manager    Nikolas Korda
First Assistant Director    Josh Robertson
Key Second Assistant Director    Ben Howard
Second Unit Director    Stephen Woolfenden
Second Unit Camera    Jean-Philippe Gossart
Visual Effects Supervisor    Frank Petzold
Sound Designer    Glenn Freemantle
Supervising Sound Editor    Glenn Freemantle
Supervising Art Director    James Hambidge
Art Director    David Allday
Art Director    Christian Huband
Art Director    Huw Arthur
Art Director    Guy Bradley
Art Director    Toby Britton
Art Director    Gavin Fitch
Art Director    Kate Grimble
Script Supervisor    Irene Chawko
Post-Production Executive    Marianne Jenkins
Post-Production Supervisor    Tim Grover
Post-Production Supervisor    Katie Reynolds
Additional Editor    Todd Sandler
First Assistant Editor    Hermione Byrt
Assistant Editor    Erline O'Donovan
Visual Effects Producer    Emma Norton
Visual Effects Producer    Gilbert James
Visual Effects Producer    Olly Young
Re-recording Mixer    Niv Adiri
Re-recording Mixer    Ian Tapp
Sound Designer    Ben Baker
Sound Designer    Niv Adiri
Sound Designer    Eilam Hoffman
Sound Designer    Tom Sayers
Supervising Dialogue Editor/ADR Editor    Gillian Dodders
Dialogue Editor    Emilie O'Connor
Sound Effects Editor    Danny Freemantle
Sound Effects Editor    Dillon Bennett
Set Decorator    Anna Pinnock
Additional Casting-Casting Associate    Ruth Key
Additional Casting-Casting Assistant    Emily Brockmann
Supervising Location Manager    Sue Quinn
Location Manager    Dan Whitty
Location Manager    Georgette Turner
Location Manager    Matt Clarke
Location Manager    Nicola Fedrigoli
Stunt Coordinator    Buster Reeves

Home Market Releases for October 11th, 2016

October 11th, 2016

Ghostbusters

Ghostbusters is the biggest release of the week and the best first run release. Combined with its fully-loaded Blu-ray (extended edition), it is a Pick of the Week contender. There’s not much competition. The main competition is a new Collector's Edition Blu-ray for The Thing, but this is at least a double-dip, which hurts its value. There are a couple of smaller releases as well. In the end it was a literal coin toss to decide the Pick of the Week and Ghostbusters won. More...

Home Market Releases for September 20th, 2016

September 20th, 2016

Labyrinth

It is not a great week on the home market, as the biggest release is Beauty and the Beast: 25th Anniversary. I’m still waiting for the screener, but I fear there will be less extras this time around. Modern Family: Season Seven was also a contender for Pick of the Week, but the light extras prevents it from earning that title. That leaves Labyrinth: 30th Anniversary Edition as the best of the week. More...

International Box Office: Jason is a Bourne Leader earning $50.74 million

August 4th, 2016

Jason Bourne

Jason Bourne opened in first place on the international chart with $50.74 million in 5,006 theaters in 48 markets. There were two markets that had a claim for biggest opening for the film: South Korea and the U.K. The film earned third place in South Korea with $8.02 million on 826 screens over the weekend for a total opening of $11.39 million. Meanwhile in the U.K., it earned second pace with $10.09 million in 561 theaters. The film earned first place in Australia with $5.85 million on 554 screens. Compared to the biggest hit in the franchise, The Bourne Ultimatum, these results were mixed. On the one hand, Ultimatum finished with less than $15 million in South Korea during its total run there, so an opening of over $11 million is amazing. On the other hand, Ultimatum opened with nearly $13 million in the U.K., which is close to 30% more than Jason Bourne’s opening. It will take a few more openings, plus a look at the film’s legs, to tell where it has finished. More...

International Box Office: Trace is just a Hop, Skip, and a Jump to First Place with $47.37 million

July 28th, 2016

Skiptrace

Skiptrace earned first place internationally with $47.37 million over the weekend for a total opening of $63.04 million. The film dominated the box office in its native China with $45.58 million last weekend for a four-day opening of $61.25 million. This is the best opening in Jackie Chan's career, but unfortunately, it is only getting a limited release here. More...

Weekend Predictions: Will Star Trek go Above and Beyond the Competition?

July 21st, 2016

Star Trek Beyond

Star Trek Beyond leads a pack of three wide releases this weekend and there are some who think it will have the best live-action release since Captain America: Civil War. That would be great news for the overall box office. Ice Age: Collision Course has to deal with direct competition and terrible reviews, but it should still do relatively well thanks to goodwill its franchise has built up. The final new release of the week is Lights Out. This low-budget horror film won’t need to earn $20 million over the weekend to break even, but there’s a slim chance it will. In fact, The Secret Life of Pets should easily add another $20 million to its running tally, and Ghostbusters has a good shot at doing the same. So we could have five films earning $20 million over the weekend for the first time in a year. We should have three films earning more than $25 million. Meanwhile this weekend last year, there were no films that earned more than $25 million. Hopefully 2016 will win the year-over-year competition with ease. More...

International Box Office: Ice Age Collides with Top Spot Earning $53.5 million

July 21st, 2016

Ice Age: Collision Course

Ice Age: Collision Course rose to first place with $53.5 million in 51 markets for an early international total of $127.0 million. The film’s biggest new market was France, where it earned first place with $7.07 million on 873 screens. That’s a pretty good opening for that market, but the previous film opened with $12.76 million in that market, so that’s a sizable drop-off. The film also earned first place in Russia with $5.85 million on 1,236, compared to $16.97 million the earlier film opened with. That’s really troubling. Meanwhile, the film had to settle for second place in the U.K. with $4.99 million in 570 theaters. (We can’t really compare openings here. The numbers we get for the U.K. are actually for the U.K., Ireland, and Malta. It’s similar to the domestic market being Canada and the States. In almost all cases this doesn’t matter, because films open in all three countries at the same time. However, Continental Drift opened in Ireland first, before expanding into the U.K., so there’s no easy way to compare the two results.) At this pace, it looks like Collision Course isn’t going to match its predecessor at the box office. However, it could fail to earn half as much worldwide and still break even on the home market. This might be the last installment in the franchise, on the other hand. More...

Weekend Estimates: Pets Keep Trophy with $50 Million to Ghostbusters’ $46 Million

July 17th, 2016

The Secret Life of Pets

After a huge amount of speculation on how it would perform at the box office, Ghostbusters is coming in right in the middle of (a very wide range of) expectations. Sony is projecting a $46 million debut for the supernatural comedy, which is far from the disaster many had feared, but some way short of the top tier. It’s also not enough for first place, even though The Secret Life of Pets will be down 52% in its second weekend. More...

Friday Estimates: Ghosts Have Lively Debut with $17.2 million

July 16th, 2016

Ghostbusters

Ghostbusters topped the box office chart on Friday with $17.2 million. This is the best opening day for the director, Paul Feig, topping his previous champ, The Heat by 25%. If this film has the same internal multiplier as The Heat, then it will earn $49 million over the weekend. This seems a little high, but not out of the question. Ghostbustersreviews are better than The Heat’s reviews were, although both films earned B+ from CinemaScore surveys. On the other hand, Ghostbusters is a remake, so that tends to make the movie more front-loaded. Look for an opening weekend of $45 million. This is right on the edge between financial success and failure. The film will need help internationally in order to break even, but it is way too soon to know if that will happen. More...

Weekend Predictions: Will the New Releases get Busted?

July 14th, 2016

Ghostbusters

This weekend is rather sparse when it comes to wide releases. Ghostbusters opens this weekend and its buzz and reviews are better than expected and it could be a huge hit. On the other hand, The Secret Life of Pets opened with more than $100 million last weekend and unless it falls more than 50% this weekend, it will remain in first place. That doesn’t feel likely at this point. On the other hand, The Infiltrator opened on Wednesday, but in less than 2,000 theaters. Its reviews are barely in the overall positive range, so it likely won’t be a major factor over the weekend. This weekend last year, Ant-Man opened in first place, pushing Minions into second place. Meanwhile, Trainwreck was a solid midlevel hit. I just don’t see 2016 being able to top that depth. More...

International Box Office: Cold War has Hot Opening with $44 million

July 13th, 2016

Cold War 2

Cold War 2 opened in first place with $44.25 million in four markets over the weekend. Nearly all of its opening came from China, where it made $44.08 million over the weekend and $44.78 million, including previews. It also opened in the U.K. earning $128,000 in 14 theaters, which is great for a limited release there. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: It’s No Secret that Life of Pets Will Get a Sequel

July 12th, 2016

The Secret Life of Pets

As expected, The Secret Life of Pets earned first place on the weekend box office chart. However, almost no one was expecting it to dominate the way that it did with $104.35 million. There are some calling this film the best opening for a non-franchise animation film, but let’s face the facts... Universal started work on two or three sequels as soon as Friday’s Estimates came in. Meanwhile, Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates has a good opening in the role of counter-programming with $16.63 million. Overall, the box office pulled in $217 million, which was 14% more than last weekend. More importantly, it is 1.3% more than the same weekend last year. Granted, this is lower than ticket price inflation, but since most people assumed the weekend would suffer a serious decline, this should be seen as a major victory. Year-to-date, 2016’s lead over 2015 grew a tiny bit hitting 2.4% at $6.00 billion to $5.86 billion. More...

Weekend Estimates: Pets Has Best Start for an Animated Franchise

July 10th, 2016

The Secret Life of Pets

The Secret Life of Pets is storming to a massive opening weekend at the box office, with Universal projecting a $103.2 million debut for the Illumination Entertainment animated film. That’s just shy of the $115.7 million made by Minions this weekend last year, and the best opening ever by a non-sequel or spin-off animated film. This performance is particularly significant for Illumination, because it’s their first blockbuster from outside the Despicable Me universe. More...

Weekend Predictions: Secret Hopes to be Exposed to Audiences

July 7th, 2016

The Secret Life of Pets

It should be a good weekend at the box office, at least for The Secret Life of Pets. The film is earning great reviews and should become the biggest hit of the month. There is one downside: the competition. There are a lot of options for families among the films currently in theaters, plus another movie from a long-running franchise opening soon. Also opening this week is Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates, which is an R-rated comedy hoping to survive in the counter-programming role. It could become a midlevel hit, or it could fail to open in the top five. This weekend last year, Minions opened with $115.72 million. The Secret Life of Pets is not going to top that. 2016 has better depth, but likely not by enough to win in the year-over-year comparison. More...

Theater Averages: Purge Produces at the Box Office, Earning Average of $11,271

July 6th, 2016

The Purge: The Election Year

The Purge: The Election Year earned top spot on the theater average chart, at least among those films we don’t have doubts about their box office numbers. It pulled in an average of $11,271, putting it just ahead of The Legend of Tarzan, which earned an average of $10,819. The only other film in the $10,000 club was The Innocents at $10,500 in three theaters. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Dory Wins with $51.44 million, but Tarzan has Near Legendary Opening

July 6th, 2016

Finding Dory

The Fourth of July weekend went very well as two of the three new releases beat expectations. However, none of them were able to top Finding Dory, which earned its third win in a row. The Legend of Tarzan was very close in second place, which surprised a lot of analysts, but there might be a logical reason for its success. The Purge: Election Year more than tripled its production budget during its opening three-day weekend, so there’s no chance the studio isn’t giddy over that. The only real disappointment was The BFG, which got lost in the crowd. The overall box office was up from last week, which is a pleasant surprise. Granted, it grew by just under 1.0% to $192 million over the three-day weekend. More importantly, it was 41% higher than the same three-day weekend last year. Add in Monday, and the year-to-date lead rose to $120 million or 2.2% at $5.71 billion to $5.58 billion. More...

Weekend Estimates: Dory wins 3-Horse July 4 Race

July 3rd, 2016

Finding-Dory

Three new movies entered the race for box office glory this July 4 weekend. One, The BFG, fell at the first hurdle. One of the other two, The Legend of Tarzan is disappointing, but not disastrous. The third, The Purge: Election Year, won the night on Friday and is headed to a great debut. But, in the end, none were a match for the third weekend of Finding Dory. More...

Thursday Night Previews: The Purge Takes Care of the Competition with $3.64 million

July 1st, 2016

The Purge: Election Year

The Purge: Election Year earned the best Thursday previews out of the three wide releases with $3.64 million last night. This is the best in the franchise, just beating the $3.44 million the first film managed and well ahead of the $2.64 million the second film pulled in. On the downside, the film's reviews have slipped to just 57% positive. That's still good, for this genre and it might be a bigger than expected hit. More...

2016 Preview: July

July 1st, 2016

The Secret Life of Pets

It's July 1st, which is Canada Day. To celebrate, I wanted to give a gift to my American readers down south, so here's a bunch of "u"s. U, u, u, u, u, u, u, u, u, u, u, u, u, u, u, u, u, u, u, u, u, u, u, u, u, u, u, u, u, u, u, u, u, u, u, u, u, u, u, u, u, u, u, u. Now you can spell words like "colour" and "neighbour" correctly. As for the July preview... June wasn't a good month, despite Finding Dory being on pace to become the biggest hit of the year so far. Most other films failed to match expectations and as a result, 2016's lead over 2015 has nearly evaporated. In fact, ticket sales are below last year's pace. So how does July look in comparison? Well, last July, there were five films that earned more than $100 million, led by Minions, which earned more than $300 million. This July, there are five films that should earn more than $100 million, led by The Secret Life of Pets, which should earned around $250 million. I don't think July 2016 will live up to July 2015, but it should be close. Maybe if one of the expected midlevel hits is a surprise $100 million hit, or if two more of the $100 million hits crack $200 million, then the month will look great. Or one of the expected $100 million hits could flop and 2016 will actually fall behind 2015, even without taking into account ticket price inflation. More...

Weekend Predictions: Dory Looks to Complete Threepeat, while BFG looks for a Big Opening

June 30th, 2016

The BFG

It's the first weekend of July, which means I should probably start the monthly preview. (I'm kidding. Although, I did have a computer crash this morning and lost a few hours of work. Save early. Save often.) Like last week, Finding Dory should earn first place over the weekend, while there are a trio of wide releases hoping to take advantage of the holiday. The BFG is the biggest in terms of box office potential. The Legend of Tarzan is the biggest in terms of production budget. Finally, The Purge: Election Year is the biggest in terms of profitability. This weekend last year, Inside Out climbed over Jurassic World for first place, as both films earned just under $30 million, Finding Dory will make almost that much combined. More...

Contest: Big Fun Prizes

June 24th, 2016

The BFG

July begins next weekend and there are three films hoping to make an impact at the box office. The Purge: Election Year might not hit $50 million domestically, but that's fine given its low production budget. The Legend of Tarzan should do a little better, but it had a troubled production and it cost more than $150 million to make. That leaves The BFG, a.k.a., the Big Friendly Giant. It is a live action family film released by Disney. It's aimed at too young an audience to be a monster hit, but it has a shot at $100 million, which is more than the other two films can say. As a result, it is the only real choice for the target film in this week's Box Office Prediction contest. In order to win, one must simply predict the opening weekend box office number for The BFG.

Whoever comes the closest to predicting the film's opening 3-day weekend box office (Friday to Sunday), without going over, will win a Frankenprize of previously reviewed DVD and / or Blu-rays. I grabbed a few more boxes from storage, so we can do winner's choice again. The choices are, two movies, one TV on DVD release, or three single-disc kids DVDs. I'm out of mystery box items, unless I find some more later on. Whoever comes the closest to predicting the film's opening 3-day weekend box office (Friday to Sunday), without going under, will also win a Frankenprize, as described above. Finally, we will be choosing an entrant from the group of people who haven't won, or haven't won recently, and they will win the final Frankenprize.

Note: It is a long weekend, but we only use the three-day, Friday through Sunday box office for this contest. Entries must be received by 10 a.m., Pacific Time on Friday to be eligible, so don't delay! More...

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
2016/07/01 2 $38,527,856   3,561 $10,819   $38,527,856 3
2016/07/08 2 $21,006,462 -45% 3,591 $5,850   $81,804,174 10
2016/07/15 3 $11,441,337 -46% 3,551 $3,222   $103,371,594 17
2016/07/22 7 $6,576,417 -43% 2,844 $2,312   $115,970,501 24
2016/07/29 10 $2,467,018 -62% 1,503 $1,641   $121,918,228 31
2016/08/05 14 $801,735 -68% 648 $1,237   $124,051,759 38
2016/08/12 22 $370,422 -54% 333 $1,112   $124,879,110 45
2016/08/19 23 $381,894 +3% 338 $1,130   $125,440,608 52
2016/08/26 27 $300,827 -21% 288 $1,045   $125,900,908 59
2016/09/02 30 $273,573 -9% 252 $1,086   $126,285,556 66
2016/09/09 29 $176,683 -35% 226 $782   $126,585,313 73

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2016/07/01 2 $14,051,421   3,561 $3,946   $14,051,421 1
2016/07/02 2 $12,690,227 -10% 3,561 $3,564   $26,741,648 2
2016/07/03 2 $11,786,208 -7% 3,561 $3,310   $38,527,856 3
2016/07/04 2 $8,054,549 -32% 3,561 $2,262   $46,582,405 4
2016/07/05 2 $6,002,639 -25% 3,561 $1,686   $52,585,044 5
2016/07/06 2 $4,302,487 -28% 3,561 $1,208   $56,887,531 6
2016/07/07 2 $3,910,181 -9% 3,561 $1,098   $60,797,712 7
2016/07/08 4 $6,173,601 +58% 3,591 $1,719   $66,971,313 8
2016/07/09 2 $8,451,478 +37% 3,591 $2,354   $75,422,791 9
2016/07/10 2 $6,381,383 -24% 3,591 $1,777   $81,804,174 10
2016/07/11 3 $2,472,427 -61% 3,591 $689   $84,276,601 11
2016/07/12 3 $3,247,957 +31% 3,591 $904   $87,524,558 12
2016/07/13 3 $2,301,525 -29% 3,591 $641   $89,826,083 13
2016/07/14 3 $2,104,174 -9% 3,591 $586   $91,930,257 14
2016/07/15 3 $3,357,236 +60% 3,551 $945   $95,287,493 15
2016/07/16 3 $4,641,582 +38% 3,551 $1,307   $99,929,075 16
2016/07/17 4 $3,442,519 -26% 3,551 $969   $103,371,594 17
2016/07/18 4 $1,483,561 -57% 3,551 $418   $104,855,155 18
2016/07/19 4 $1,986,971 +34% 3,551 $560   $106,842,126 19
2016/07/20 4 $1,371,271 -31% 3,551 $386   $108,213,397 20
2016/07/21 5 $1,180,687 -14% 3,551 $332   $109,394,084 21
2016/07/22 7 $1,876,224 +59% 2,844 $660   $111,270,308 22
2016/07/23 7 $2,655,129 +42% 2,844 $934   $113,925,437 23
2016/07/24 7 $2,045,064 -23% 2,844 $719   $115,970,501 24
2016/07/25 8 $902,848 -56% 2,844 $317   $116,873,349 25
2016/07/26 7 $1,128,560 +25% 2,844 $397   $118,001,909 26
2016/07/27 8 $812,529 -28% 2,844 $286   $118,814,438 27
2016/07/28 8 $636,772 -22% 2,844 $224   $119,451,210 28
2016/07/29 11 $688,510 +8% 1,503 $458   $120,139,720 29
2016/07/30 10 $985,136 +43% 1,503 $655   $121,124,856 30
2016/07/31 10 $793,372 -19% 1,503 $528   $121,918,228 31
2016/08/01 11 $360,989 -54% 1,503 $240   $122,279,217 32
2016/08/02 10 $444,626 +23% 1,503 $296   $122,723,843 33
2016/08/03 11 $314,130 -29% 1,503 $209   $123,037,973 34
2016/08/04 12 $212,051 -32% 1,503 $141   $123,250,024 35
2016/08/05 14 $228,422 +8% 648 $353   $123,478,446 36
2016/08/06 14 $332,430 +46% 648 $513   $123,810,876 37
2016/08/07 14 $240,883 -28% 648 $372   $124,051,759 38
2016/08/08 14 $113,504 -53% 648 $175   $124,165,263 39
2016/08/09 14 $140,018 +23% 648 $216   $124,305,281 40
2016/08/10 14 $107,623 -23% 648 $166   $124,412,904 41
2016/08/11 14 $95,784 -11% 648 $148   $124,508,688 42
2016/08/12 - $110,128 +15% 333 $331   $124,618,816 43
2016/08/13 - $160,073 +45% 333 $481   $124,778,889 44
2016/08/14 - $100,221 -37% 333 $301   $124,879,110 45
2016/08/15 - $45,112 -55% 333 $135   $124,924,222 46
2016/08/16 - $57,194 +27% 333 $172   $124,981,416 47
2016/08/17 - $40,035 -30% 333 $120   $125,021,451 48
2016/08/18 - $37,263 -7% 333 $112   $125,058,714 49
2016/08/19 - $111,402 +199% 338 $330   $125,170,116 50
2016/08/20 - $164,265 +47% 338 $486   $125,334,381 51
2016/08/21 - $106,227 -35% 338 $314   $125,440,608 52
2016/08/22 - $38,154 -64% 338 $113   $125,478,762 53
2016/08/23 - $48,039 +26% 338 $142   $125,526,801 54
2016/08/24 - $37,070 -23% 338 $110   $125,563,871 55
2016/08/25 - $36,210 -2% 338 $107   $125,600,081 56
2016/08/26 - $84,107 +132% 288 $292   $125,684,188 57
2016/08/27 - $136,151 +62% 288 $473   $125,820,339 58
2016/08/28 - $80,569 -41% 288 $280   $125,900,908 59
2016/08/29 - $27,394 -66% 288 $95   $125,928,302 60
2016/08/30 - $32,119 +17% 288 $112   $125,960,421 61
2016/08/31 - $25,374 -21% 288 $88   $125,985,795 62
2016/09/01 - $26,188 +3% 288 $91   $126,011,983 63
2016/09/02 - $64,781 +147% 252 $257   $126,076,764 64
2016/09/03 - $103,619 +60% 252 $411   $126,180,383 65
2016/09/04 - $105,173 +1% 252 $417   $126,285,556 66
2016/09/05 - $74,944 -29% 252 $297   $126,360,500 67
2016/09/06 - $17,986 -76% 252 $71   $126,378,486 68
2016/09/07 - $15,047 -16% 252 $60   $126,393,533 69
2016/09/08 - $15,097 n/c 252 $60   $126,408,630 70
2016/09/09 - $46,093 +205% 226 $204   $126,454,723 71
2016/09/10 - $83,563 +81% 226 $370   $126,538,286 72
2016/09/11 - $47,027 -44% 226 $208   $126,585,313 73
2016/09/12 - $13,167 -72% 226 $58   $126,598,480 74
2016/09/13 - $15,537 +18% 226 $69   $126,614,017 75
2016/09/14 - $14,449 -7% 226 $64   $126,628,466 76
2016/09/15 - $14,595 +1% 226 $65   $126,643,061 77

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2016/07/01 2 $60,797,712   3,561 $17,073   $60,797,712 7
2016/07/08 3 $31,132,545 -49% 3,591 $8,670   $91,930,257 14
2016/07/15 4 $17,463,827 -44% 3,551 $4,918   $109,394,084 21
2016/07/22 7 $10,057,126 -42% 2,844 $3,536   $119,451,210 28
2016/07/29 11 $3,798,814 -62% 1,503 $2,527   $123,250,024 35
2016/08/05 14 $1,258,664 -67% 648 $1,942   $124,508,688 42
2016/08/12 21 $550,026 -56% 333 $1,652   $125,058,714 49
2016/08/19 23 $541,367 -2% 338 $1,602   $125,600,081 56
2016/08/26 30 $411,902 -24% 288 $1,430   $126,011,983 63
2016/09/02 31 $396,647 -4% 252 $1,574   $126,408,630 70
2016/09/09 30 $234,431 -41% 226 $1,037   $126,643,061 77

Box Office Summary Per Territory

Territory Release
Date
Opening
Weekend
Opening
Weekend
Theaters
Maximum
Theaters
Theatrical
Engagements
Total
Box Office
Report
Date
Australia 7/8/2016 $3,243,827 331 331 1367 $9,128,088 8/25/2016
Brazil 7/22/2016 $3,300,000 0 0 0 $7,700,000 8/1/2016
Bulgaria 7/8/2016 $47,555 0 0 0 $290,813 9/12/2016
China 7/18/2016 $12,070,000 29949 29949 47020 $46,050,000 8/17/2016
Czech Republic 7/8/2016 $75,878 124 124 260 $277,280 8/3/2016
France 7/8/2016 $2,400,000 0 0 0 $2,400,000 7/22/2016
Germany 7/29/2016 $1,800,000 0 0 0 $4,200,000 8/8/2016
Italy 7/15/2016 $1,533,267 0 0 0 $4,960,602 8/30/2016
Japan 7/29/2016 $1,500,000 0 0 0 $1,500,000 8/1/2016
Lithuania 7/7/2016 $29,407 12 85 174 $103,184 8/3/2016
Mexico 7/8/2016 $4,499,532 0 0 0 $13,386,506 8/9/2016
Netherlands 7/8/2016 $844,277 104 104 894 $4,983,496 9/14/2016
New Zealand 7/1/2016 $373,542 126 126 494 $1,389,604 8/8/2016
Portugal 7/8/2016 $173,616 70 70 275 $841,877 8/25/2016
Russia (CIS) 7/1/2016 $3,112,356 1084 1084 3816 $8,445,877 8/18/2016
Slovakia 7/8/2016 $65,189 65 65 157 $230,109 8/25/2016
Slovenia 7/8/2016 $9,175 18 18 54 $58,633 8/9/2016
South Korea 6/27/2016 $3,207,438 593 593 1195 $6,542,693 8/11/2016
Spain 7/22/2016 $1,808,025 493 493 2067 $7,565,150 9/23/2016
Turkey 7/8/2016 $415,183 455 455 1736 $1,589,953 8/26/2016
United Arab Emirates 7/29/2016 $1,400,000 90 90 90 $1,400,000 8/1/2016
United Kingdom 7/8/2016 $4,619,420 507 521 2094 $11,935,411 9/28/2016
 
Rest of World $87,520,724
 
International Total$222,500,000 9/28/2016

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