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Lights Out (2016)

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Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $67,268,835Details
International Box Office $74,600,000Details
Worldwide Box Office $141,868,835
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  8. Trailer

Synopsis

When Rebecca left home, she thought she left her childhood fears behind. Growing up, she was never really sure of what was and wasn't real when the lights went out…and now her little brother, Martin, is experiencing the same unexplained and terrifying events that had once tested her sanity and threatened her safety. A frightening entity with a mysterious attachment to their mother, Sophie, had reemerged. But this time, as Rebecca gets closer to unlocking the truth, there is no denying that all their lives are in danger…once the lights go out.

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics Certified FreshAudience Upright
Critics
77% - Certified Fresh
Audience
65% - Upright

Latest Ranking on Cumulative Box Office Lists


Movie Details

Production Budget:$5,000,000
Domestic Releases: July 22nd, 2016 (Wide) by Warner Bros.
International Releases: July 21st, 2016 (Wide) (Netherlands)
July 22nd, 2016 (Wide) (Australia)
July 22nd, 2016 (Wide), released as Не гасете светлината (Bulgaria)
July 22nd, 2016 (Wide), released as Zhasni a zemřeš (Czech Republic)
July 22nd, 2016 (Wide), released as Neišjunk šviesos (Lithuania)
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Video Release: October 4th, 2016 by Warner Home Video
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for terror throughout, violence including disturbing images, some thematic material and brief drug content.
(Rating bulletin 2407, 1/13/2016)
Running Time: 80 minutes
Comparisons: vs. Don’t Breathe
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Keywords: Hauntings, Family Secrets, Director Remaking Their Own Movie
Source:Based on Short Film
Genre:Horror
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Fantasy
Production Companies: New Line Cinema, RatPac Entertainment, Dune Entertainment, Grey Matter, Atomic Monster
Production Countries: United States

Ranking on other Records and Milestones

RecordRankRevenueChart
Date
Days In
Release
Biggest 10th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,806 $130,295 Sep 23, 2016 66
Biggest 9th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,649 $210,401 Sep 16, 2016 59
Biggest 8th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,639 $313,413 Sep 9, 2016 52
Biggest 7th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,581 $564,002 Sep 2, 2016 45
Biggest 6th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,970 $670,144 Aug 26, 2016 38
Biggest 5th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,708 $1,601,441 Aug 19, 2016 31
Biggest 4th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,471 $3,215,446 Aug 12, 2016 24
Biggest 3rd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,172 $6,006,454 Aug 5, 2016 17
Fastest Movies to Earn $50 Million at the Domestic Box Office 727 $50,710,578 Aug 5, 2016 15
Biggest 2nd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 942 $10,803,331 Jul 29, 2016 10
Biggest Sunday at the Domestic Box Office 1,273 $5,410,792 Jul 24, 2016 3
Biggest July Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 179 $21,688,103 Jul 22, 2016 3
Biggest Opening Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 760 $21,688,103 Jul 22, 2016 3
Biggest Weekends at the Domestic Box Office 1,194 $21,688,103 Jul 22, 2016 3
Widest Opening Weekend 1,088 2,818 Jul 22, 2016 3
Biggest Saturday at the Domestic Box Office 1,572 $7,126,353 Jul 23, 2016 2
Biggest Friday at the Domestic Box Office 757 $9,150,958 Jul 22, 2016 1
Biggest July Day at the Domestic Box Office 438 $9,150,958 Jul 22, 2016 1

Cast

   Rebecca
   Martin
   Paul
   Sophie
Alexander Dipersia    Bret
Alicia Vela-Bailey    Diana
Andi Osho    Emma
Rolando Boyce    Officer Brian Andrews
Maria Russell    Officer Gomez
Elizabeth Pan    Nurse
Lotta Losten    Esther
Amiah Miller    Young Rebecca
Ava Cantrell    Teen Diana
Emily Alyn Lind    Teen Sophie

Production and Technical Credits

Director   
Screenwriter    Eric Heisserer
Story by    David F. Sandberg
Producer    James Wan
Producer    Lawrence Grey
Producer    Eric Heisserer
Executive Producer    Walter Hamada
Executive Producer    Dave Neustradter
Executive Producer    Richard Brener
Executive Producer    Steven Mnuchin
Executive Producer    Michael Clear
Executive Producer    Jack Murray
Executive Producer    Ben Everard
Production Designer    Jennifer Spence
Editor    Kirk Morri
Editor    Michel Aller
Composer    Benjamin Wallfisch
Director of Photography    Marc Spicer
Co-Producer    Cyrus Mojibi
Co-Producer    Patrick Wade
Co-Producer    Lawrence Kao
Co-Producer    Lloyd Everard
Co-Producer    Zak Olkewicz
Casting Director    Rich Delia
Casting Director    Angela Demo
Costume Designer    Kristin M. Burke
Unit Production Manager    Gerard DiNardi
Unit Production Manager    Elaine Dysinger
First Assistant Director    Cory Johnson
Second Assistant Director    Ivan Kraljevic
Art Director    Shannon Kemp
Artistic Coordinator    Jennifer Stoefen
Set Decorator    Lisa Son
Set Decorator    Raelyn Tepper
Sound Mixer    Robert Janiger
Post-Production Supervisor    Alex Junco
Assistant Editor    Frank McGrath
Supervising Sound Editor    Bill R. Dean
Sound Designer    Bill R. Dean
Re-recording Mixer    Anna Behlmer
Re-recording Mixer    Mark Paterson
Sound Effects Editor    P.K. Hooker
Sound Effects Editor    Eric A. Norris
Sound Effects Editor    Bruce Barris
Dialogue Editor    Christopher T. Welch
Dialogue Editor    Susan Kurtz
Foley Mixer    David Jobe
Music Editor    Darrell Hall
Location Manager    Stacey Brashear
Script Supervisor    Scott Peterson
Script Supervisor    Kelli Marino
Costume Supervisor    Steffany Bernstein-Pratt
Make up    Eleanor Sabaduquia
Make up    Yoko Nobushi
Make-up and Prosthetic Effects Designer    Kelly Capoccia
Make-up and Prosthetic Effects Designer    Samantha Ward
Hairstylist    Traci Smithe
Special Effects Coordinator    Mark Byers
Special Effects    Steve Sosner
Special Effects    Joe Klein
Stunt Coordinator    Mark Norby

2016 - Holiday Gift Guide - Part I - First-Run Releases and Franchise Box Sets

November 22nd, 2016

Finding Dory

It’s Thanksgiving weekend, which means Black Friday, Cyber Monday, and of course the first installment of our Holiday Gift Guide. This week we will tackle first run releases, as well as franchise box sets, although there aren’t many of the latter to talk about. In fact, the best movie box set of the year includes more TV shows than movies in its running time and I’ve decided to include it in our second part, which deals with TV on DVD releases. There are still a number of big first-run releases this year that are definitely worthy gifts. We are going to start with the biggest domestic hit of the year... More...

Home Market Releases for October 25th, 2016

October 24th, 2016

Finding Dory

It’s not a great week on the home market, as the biggest release of the week is the low-budget horror film, Lights Out. It is worth picking up on Blu-ray, but it is not worth the Pick of the Week title. The best film on this week’s list is Finding Dory, but it is only coming out on Video on Demand and it is worth waiting for the Blu-ray. That said, there’s no top-notch competition, so it is the Pick of the Week. More...

Home Market Releases for October 4th, 2016

October 4th, 2016

The Wailing

The theme for this week on the home market is “good, but not great”. There are a lot of releases, but almost none of them rise above merely good. This meant there were very few contenders for Pick of the Week and the only real choice was The Wailing. It earned perfect reviews, so even though the Blu-ray isn’t loaded with extras, it is still the best release of the week. More...

Thursday Night Previews: Blair Witch Spooks the Box Office with $765,000

September 16th, 2016

Blair Witch

Blair Witch led the way during Thursday’s previews with $765,000. This is well short of the horror films we had during the summer, including The Shallows at $1.33 million and Lights Out at $1.8 million. Then again, it isn’t really fair to compare previews during summer when a lot of the target audience doesn’t have to go to school the next day. Unfortunately, there are not a lot of horror films that come out in September and previews like this have only been ubiquitous for the past few years. I think it is a good sign, but I’m not sure. Maybe if moviegoers like it more than critics do, the film will be a hit. More...

International Box Office: Bourne Bounces Back with $56.2 million

August 31st, 2016

Jason Bourne

Jason Bourne returned to first place with $56.2 million on 10,247 screens in 62 markets for totals of $197.73 million internationally and $347.01 million worldwide. The film earned first place in China with $23.96 million over the weekend for a six-day opening of $49.13 million. The entire six day opening is included in the weekend number. Its total in China is already better than the lifetime totals for any other film in the franchise. The film wasn’t quite as potent in Mexico, but it still did well earning first place with $1.53 million over the weekend, which is the best opening in the franchise.

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Weekend Predictions: Will the New Releases be a Breath of Fresh Air?

August 25th, 2016

Don’t Breathe

It’s the last weekend of summer and a number of schools are already back, so the box office prospects are really low. That’s not to say there’s nothing to look forward to, as Don’t Breathe is earning stellar reviews. On the other hand, Mechanic: Resurrection still has no reviews. (There was another movie, Hands of Stone, that was expected to open wide, but that is no longer the case.) This weekend last year, Straight Outta Compton completed its threepete with $13.13 million. The best new release was War Room, which only managed $11.35 million. This year, the two wide releases will topped the combined numbers of those two films, while the holdovers will push 2016 over 2015 in the year-over-year comparison. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Jason Bourne Treks to the top of the Chart with $59.22 million

August 2nd, 2016

Jason Bourne

There was no surprise at the top of the weekend box office chart, as Jason Bourne easily won with $59.22 million. This was on the high end of expectations, but not quite as strong as Star Trek Beyond’s opening last weekend. Both of the other two new releases, Bad Moms and Nerve, also did well. In fact, none of the films we talked about before the weekend missed expectations. The overall box office was down a little compared to last weekend, but a 3.1% decline is hardly noteworthy. More importantly, the box office was 30% higher than the same weekend last year. Year-to-date, 2016 saw its lead over 2015 nearly double to $260 million or 4.0%. Being ahead $6.84 billion to $6.58 billion at this point of the year is a good position to be in, but it wouldn’t take a major collapse for 2016 to fall behind 2015 by year’s end. More...

Weekend Predictions: Will Jason be a Bourne Again Box Office Hit?

July 28th, 2016

Jason Bourne

The month of July comes to an end this weekend and there are three wide releases hoping the month goes out on a high note. Jason Bourne is the only one with a shot at first place, while Bad Moms is looking to become a solid counter-programming hit. Meanwhile, Nerve opened on Wednesday and it just doesn’t want to slip between the cracks. As far as holdovers are concerned, Star Trek Beyond's daily numbers are average for the summer, but that will still be enough to hit the century mark over the weekend. It won’t be the only film to reach $100 million over the weekend. This weekend last year was led by Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation with $55.52 million. I don’t think Jason Bourne will top that, but since the second best film, Vacation, made less than $15 million, I think 2016 will win on depth. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Star Trek Tops Chart, but still Weakest in Reboot Franchise with $59.25 million

July 26th, 2016

Star Trek Beyond

As expected, Star Trek Beyond earned first place on the weekend box office chart and while it didn’t live up to my lofty predictions, it still did very well with $59.25 million. The next two wide releases, Lights Out and Ice Age: Collision Course, had nearly identical openings with $21.69 million and $21.37 million respectively. For Lights Out, this is a breakout opening and means it is practically guaranteed a profit and will likely get a sequel. For Collision Course, it is a sign that they should retire the franchise. Both The Secret Life of Pets and Ghostbusters earned $20 million, meaning every film in the top five topped that mark, tying with the record most recently set last May. The overall box office was 20% higher than last week at $196 million. This is also 29% higher than the same weekend last year. Since last week, the year-over-year competition got a little closer at $6.55 billion to $6.41 billion. 2016 is still ahead by 2.2%, but this is less than the ticket price inflation. More...

Weekend Estimates: Star Trek Falls Short of $60 Million

July 24th, 2016

Star Trek Beyond

Star Trek Beyond will fall just short of $60 million at the box office this weekend, according to Sunday estimates from Paramount. The studio has the film coming in at $59.6 million over three days, which is substantially short of the $79.2 million earned on debut by Star Trek (the reboot) in 2009, and the $70.2 million made by Star Trek Into Darkness. The so-so start comes in spite of excellent reviews, which are now running at 84% on Rotten Tomatoes, and the franchise seems to have trouble reaching beyond its core audience. More...

Thursday Night Previews: Star Trek’s Previews are in the Stratosphere at $5.5 million

July 22nd, 2016

Star Trek Beyond

Star Trek Beyond got off to a fast start with $5.5 million during its midnight previews. This is $2 million more than Ghostbusters made last weekend, plus it has better reviews. On the other hand, it is a sequel, so the comparison isn’t perfect. We could compare it to the previous installment in the franchise, but that film opened on a Wednesday. X-Men: Apocalypse earned $8.4 million in its previews, but that film earned weaker reviews and is a comic book movie, which tend to be more front-loaded. I was a little more bullish than most with my prediction, but this result make me feel a lot better. 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...

Contest: Beyond a Reasonable Doubt

July 14th, 2016

Star Trek Beyond

There are three wide releases opening next week, but there’s not a lot of doubt which film will top the chart. Star Trek Beyond should win this weekend over Ice Age: Collision Course, although both should have no trouble getting to $100 million domestically. Meanwhile, Lights Out is nothing more than counter-programming and if it tops $50 million, it will be seen as a serious hit. Because there doesn’t seem to be a race for top spot, Star Trek Beyond is 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 Star Trek Beyond.

Whoever comes the closest to predicting the film's opening 3-day weekend box office (Friday to Sunday), without going over, will win a winners’ choice Frankenprize consisting of either a multi-disc TV on DVD release, two previously reviewed movies, or three single-disc kids DVDs. 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 winners’ choice Frankenprize consisting of either a multi-disc TV on DVD release, two previously reviewed movies, or three single-disc kids DVDs. Finally, we will be choosing an entrant from the group of people who haven't won, or haven't won recently, and they will also win a winners’ choice Frankenprize consisting of either a multi-disc TV on DVD release, two previously reviewed movies, or three single-disc kids DVDs.

Entries must be received by 10 a.m., Pacific Time on Friday to be eligible, so don't delay! 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...

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
2016/07/22 3 $21,688,103   2,818 $7,696   $21,688,103 3
2016/07/29 6 $10,803,331 -50% 2,835 $3,811   $42,870,363 10
2016/08/05 7 $6,006,454 -44% 2,581 $2,327   $54,715,706 17
2016/08/12 10 $3,215,446 -46% 1,652 $1,946   $61,130,264 24
2016/08/19 13 $1,601,441 -50% 942 $1,700   $64,221,817 31
2016/08/26 17 $670,144 -58% 603 $1,111   $65,468,595 38
2016/09/02 24 $564,002 -16% 446 $1,265   $66,244,280 45
2016/09/09 24 $313,413 -44% 348 $901   $66,764,106 52
2016/09/16 29 $210,401 -33% 282 $746   $67,056,461 59
2016/09/23 34 $130,295 -38% 188 $693   $67,235,683 66

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2016/07/22 2 $9,150,958   2,818 $3,247   $9,150,958 1
2016/07/23 5 $7,126,353 -22% 2,818 $2,529   $16,277,311 2
2016/07/24 5 $5,410,792 -24% 2,818 $1,920   $21,688,103 3
2016/07/25 4 $2,858,358 -47% 2,818 $1,014   $24,546,461 4
2016/07/26 5 $3,103,688 +9% 2,818 $1,101   $27,650,149 5
2016/07/27 5 $2,240,160 -28% 2,818 $795   $29,890,309 6
2016/07/28 4 $2,176,723 -3% 2,818 $772   $32,067,032 7
2016/07/29 5 $3,554,384 +63% 2,835 $1,254   $35,621,416 8
2016/07/30 6 $4,105,718 +16% 2,835 $1,448   $39,727,134 9
2016/07/31 7 $3,143,229 -23% 2,835 $1,109   $42,870,363 10
2016/08/01 6 $1,672,433 -47% 2,835 $590   $44,542,796 11
2016/08/02 7 $1,832,016 +10% 2,835 $646   $46,374,812 12
2016/08/03 7 $1,319,409 -28% 2,835 $465   $47,694,221 13
2016/08/04 8 $1,015,031 -23% 2,835 $358   $48,709,252 14
2016/08/05 7 $2,001,326 +97% 2,581 $775   $50,710,578 15
2016/08/06 6 $2,444,865 +22% 2,581 $947   $53,155,443 16
2016/08/07 7 $1,560,263 -36% 2,581 $605   $54,715,706 17
2016/08/08 7 $850,121 -46% 2,581 $329   $55,565,827 18
2016/08/09 9 $970,189 +14% 2,581 $376   $56,536,016 19
2016/08/10 9 $741,217 -24% 2,581 $287   $57,277,233 20
2016/08/11 9 $637,585 -14% 2,581 $247   $57,914,818 21
2016/08/12 10 $1,014,074 +59% 1,652 $614   $58,928,892 22
2016/08/13 10 $1,380,120 +36% 1,652 $835   $60,309,012 23
2016/08/14 10 $821,252 -40% 1,652 $497   $61,130,264 24
2016/08/15 10 $415,115 -49% 1,652 $251   $61,545,379 25
2016/08/16 11 $471,215 +14% 1,652 $285   $62,016,594 26
2016/08/17 10 $353,411 -25% 1,652 $214   $62,370,005 27
2016/08/18 10 $250,371 -29% 1,652 $152   $62,620,376 28
2016/08/19 13 $496,320 +98% 942 $527   $63,116,696 29
2016/08/20 13 $723,056 +46% 942 $768   $63,839,752 30
2016/08/21 14 $382,065 -47% 942 $406   $64,221,817 31
2016/08/22 13 $160,250 -58% 942 $170   $64,382,067 32
2016/08/23 14 $183,287 +14% 942 $195   $64,565,354 33
2016/08/24 14 $138,328 -25% 942 $147   $64,703,682 34
2016/08/25 - $94,769 -31% 942 $101   $64,798,451 35
2016/08/26 - $188,620 +99% 603 $313   $64,987,071 36
2016/08/27 - $327,597 +74% 603 $543   $65,314,668 37
2016/08/28 - $153,927 -53% 603 $255   $65,468,595 38
2016/08/29 - $53,849 -65% 603 $89   $65,522,444 39
2016/08/30 - $62,151 +15% 603 $103   $65,584,595 40
2016/08/31 - $43,748 -30% 603 $73   $65,628,343 41
2016/09/01 - $51,935 +19% 603 $86   $65,680,278 42
2016/09/02 - $126,089 +143% 446 $283   $65,806,367 43
2016/09/03 - $235,824 +87% 446 $529   $66,042,191 44
2016/09/04 - $202,089 -14% 446 $453   $66,244,280 45
2016/09/05 - $112,163 -44% 446 $251   $66,356,443 46
2016/09/06 - $34,770 -69% 446 $78   $66,391,213 47
2016/09/07 - $30,193 -13% 446 $68   $66,421,406 48
2016/09/08 - $29,287 -3% 446 $66   $66,450,693 49
2016/09/09 - $80,741 +176% 348 $232   $66,531,434 50
2016/09/10 - $158,087 +96% 348 $454   $66,689,521 51
2016/09/11 - $74,585 -53% 348 $214   $66,764,106 52
2016/09/12 - $20,883 -72% 348 $60   $66,784,989 53
2016/09/13 - $22,588 +8% 348 $65   $66,807,577 54
2016/09/14 - $20,780 -8% 348 $60   $66,828,357 55
2016/09/15 - $17,703 -15% 348 $51   $66,846,060 56
2016/09/16 - $56,807 +221% 282 $201   $66,902,867 57
2016/09/17 - $105,530 +86% 282 $374   $67,008,397 58
2016/09/18 - $48,064 -54% 282 $170   $67,056,461 59
2016/09/19 - $12,016 -75% 282 $43   $67,068,477 60
2016/09/20 - $14,039 +17% 282 $50   $67,082,516 61
2016/09/21 - $11,864 -15% 282 $42   $67,094,380 62
2016/09/22 - $11,008 -7% 282 $39   $67,105,388 63
2016/09/23 - $32,748 +197% 188 $174   $67,138,136 64
2016/09/24 - $65,913 +101% 188 $351   $67,204,049 65
2016/09/25 - $31,634 -52% 188 $168   $67,235,683 66
2016/09/26 - $8,257 -74% 188 $44   $67,243,940 67
2016/09/27 - $9,462 +15% 188 $50   $67,253,402 68
2016/09/28 - $7,564 -20% 188 $40   $67,260,966 69
2016/09/29 - $7,869 +4% 188 $42   $67,268,835 70

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2016/07/22 3 $32,067,032   2,818 $11,379   $32,067,032 7
2016/07/29 6 $16,642,220 -48% 2,835 $5,870   $48,709,252 14
2016/08/05 7 $9,205,566 -45% 2,581 $3,567   $57,914,818 21
2016/08/12 10 $4,705,558 -49% 1,652 $2,848   $62,620,376 28
2016/08/19 13 $2,178,075 -54% 942 $2,312   $64,798,451 35
2016/08/26 18 $881,827 -60% 603 $1,462   $65,680,278 42
2016/09/02 24 $770,415 -13% 446 $1,727   $66,450,693 49
2016/09/09 26 $395,367 -49% 348 $1,136   $66,846,060 56
2016/09/16 30 $259,328 -34% 282 $920   $67,105,388 63
2016/09/23 35 $163,447 -37% 188 $869   $67,268,835 70

Box Office Summary Per Territory

Territory Release
Date
Opening
Weekend
Opening
Weekend
Theaters
Maximum
Theaters
Theatrical
Engagements
Total
Box Office
Report
Date
Australia 7/22/2016 $830,341 170 175 668 $2,495,680 8/29/2016
Brazil 8/19/2016 $793,000 269 269 269 $793,000 8/22/2016
Bulgaria 7/22/2016 $11,633 0 0 0 $64,298 11/3/2016
Czech Republic 7/22/2016 $129,331 78 78 263 $518,545 9/15/2016
France 8/26/2016 $1,500,000 0 0 0 $3,100,000 10/10/2016
Germany 8/5/2016 $1,100,000 0 0 0 $1,100,000 8/8/2016
Italy 8/5/2016 $643,775 239 239 239 $1,795,196 9/6/2016
Lithuania 7/22/2016 $26,085 120 120 258 $109,344 8/26/2016
Mexico 7/29/2016 $1,824,049 0 0 0 $5,551,617 8/23/2016
Netherlands 7/21/2016 $155,924 47 48 281 $860,597 9/14/2016
New Zealand 7/22/2016 $186,238 43 46 195 $523,279 8/30/2016
Portugal 7/22/2016 $53,202 26 26 98 $219,651 9/23/2016
Russia (CIS) 7/22/2016 $1,700,357 874 874 2362 $3,918,051 8/24/2016
Slovakia 7/22/2016 $68,133 51 51 154 $262,495 9/8/2016
South Korea 8/11/2016 $0 0 659 1655 $7,919,240 10/4/2016
Spain 8/19/2016 $1,139,282 275 283 1546 $5,142,906 11/4/2016
Sweden 8/12/2016 $438,000 0 0 0 $438,000 8/15/2016
Turkey 7/22/2016 $96,633 161 161 479 $475,041 8/26/2016
United Kingdom 8/19/2016 $1,471,451 440 440 1183 $4,310,954 9/7/2016
 
Rest of World $35,002,106
 
International Total$74,600,000 11/4/2016

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