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Logan
Theatrical Performance (US$)
South Korea Box Office $16,344,265Details
Worldwide Box Office $615,577,068Details
Home Market Performance
North America DVD Sales $5,339,164 Details
North America Blu-ray Sales $22,516,616 Details
Total North America Video Sales $27,855,780
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Synopsis

In the near future, a weary Logan cares for an ailing Professor X in a hide out on the Mexican border. But Logan’s attempts to hide from the world and his legacy are up-ended when a young mutant arrives, being pursued by dark forces.

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Movie Details

Production Budget:$127,000,000
South Korea Releases: February 23rd, 2017 (Wide)
Video Release: May 16th, 2017 by Fox Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: R for strong brutal violence and language throughout, and for brief nudity.
Running Time: 135 minutes
Franchise: Wolverine, X-Men
Keywords: Road Trip, Mutants, Autumn Years, Dystopia, Bad Role Models, Psychics, Marvel Comics, Faulty Memory, Cloning, Unexpected Families, Fugitive / On the Run, Super Soldiers, Near Future, 2020s, Money Troubles, Medical Crimes, Human Experimentation, Corporate Malfeasance
Source:Based on Comic/Graphic Novel
Genre:Action
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Super Hero
Production Companies: Marvel Studios, TSG Entertainment, Donners' Company
Production Countries: United States

Cast

Hugh Jackman    Logan/Wolverine
Patrick Stewart    Charles Xavier/Professor X
Richard E. Grant    Zander Rice
Boyd Holbrook    Donald Pierce
Stephen Merchant    Caliban
Dafne Keen    Laura Kinney/X-23
Eriq La Salle    Will Munson
Elise Neal    Kathryn Munson
Elizabeth Rodriguez    Gabriela
Doris Morgado    Maria
David Kallaway    Danny Rhodes
Han Soto    Valet
Krzysztof Soszynski    Mohawk
Quincy Fouse    Nate Munson
Al Coronel    Federal Commander
Frank Gallegos    Federale Lieutenant
Anthony Escobar    Fedarale
Rey Gallegos    Rey
Steve Dunlevy    Macon
Daniel Bernhardt    Bone Breaker
Ryan Sturz    Pretty Boy
Luke Hawx    Reaver
Brandon Melendy    Reaver
Jeremy Fitzgerald    Reaver
Chris Palermo    Reaver
Paul Andrew O'Connor    Reaver
Hannah Westerfield    Rebecca
Ashlyn Casalegno    Charlotte
Allison Fernandez    Delilah
Maureen Brennan    Motel Manager
Jayson Genao    Rictor
Bryant Tardy    Bobby
Parker Lovein    Lizard Boy
James Handy    Old Doctor
Lennie Loftin    Jackson
Jimmy Gonzales    Mexican Staff Member
Dave Davis    Convenience Store Clerk
Mark Ashworth    Bartender
Bryce Romero    Prom Teen #1
Phi Vu    Prom Teen #2
Chester Rushing    Prom Teen #3
David E. Simpson    Prom Teen #4
Lauren Gros    Bridesmaid
John Raymond    Pastor
Vanessa Cloke    Mourning Widow
Lara Grice    Car Dealer
James Moses Black    Major
Katie Anne Mitchell    Infirmary Nurse
Michael Lehr    Banger
Baxter Humby    Banger
Ned Yousef    Banger
Bryan Sloyer    Banger
Daniel Hernandez    Banger
John Bernecker    Federale
Toby Holguin    Federale
Robert Wu    Federale
Evan D. Taylor    Federale
Joe Nin Williams    Federale
Rissa Kilar    Pine Cone Girl
Salef Celiz    Jonah
Nayah Murphy    Mutant Child
Aidan Kennedy    Mutant Child
Vincenzo Lucatorto    Mutant Child
Noell Jellison    Mutant Child
Emma Teo    Mutant Child
Chase Cubia    Mutant Child
Kelton Dumont    Glowing Eyes Boy
Cynthia Woods    Screaming Casino Woman
Mali O’Connor    Bumpy Skinned Kid
Robert Vargas    Border Guard
David Paris    Helicopter Pilot
Sebastian James    Reaver

Production and Technical Credits

Director    James Mangold
Screenwriter    Michael Green
Screenwriter    Scott Frank
Screenwriter    James Mangold
Story by    David James Kelly
Story by    James Mangold
Based on “Old Man Logan” by    Mark Millar
Producer    Simon Kinberg
Producer    Hutch Parker
Producer    Lauren Shuler Donner
Executive Producer    Joseph M. Caracciolo
Executive Producer    Stan Lee
Executive Producer    Josh McLaglen
Editor    Michael McCusker
Composer    Marco Beltrami
Director of Photography    John Mathieson

Home Market Releases for June 20th, 2017

June 20th, 2017

GLOW

Summer time is usually the worst time of year on the home market and that is certainly the case this week. The biggest release of the week is Life, which only made $30 million at the box office. As for the best new release on this week’s list... I’m going to have to go with GLOW: Season One, which hits Netflix on Friday. More...

Featured Blu-ray and DVD Review: Logan

June 18th, 2017

Logan

Logan is supposedly Hugh Jackman’s last film as Wolverine. Not every X-Men movie has been worth the price of admission, so if this is the end of the road, does Hugh Jackman get to go out on a high note? Or does he end his run with a whimper. More...

Home Market Releases for May 23rd, 2017

May 24th, 2017

My Life as a Zucchini

It is a great week on the home market with two monster hits coming out: Logan and Get Out. However, both have previously been named Pick of the Week. Fortunately there was one other release in competition for Pick of the Week, My Life as a Zucchini on Blu-ray. Thank goodness this film comes out this week. Otherwise, John Wick: Chapter Two would have become the third Video on Demand release in a row to win Pick of the Week. More...

Home Market Releases for May 16th, 2017

May 16th, 2017

Logan

It is another terrible week on the home market. There are three first-run releases coming out this week, which isn’t a bad number. However, all three earned terrible reviews and bombed in theaters, so you should avoid all of them. There’s not a lot of limited releases, classics, or TV on DVD releases to make up the gap, so for the second week in a row, we have a Video on Demand release topping the list of best new releases. This week it is Logan, which is one of the best wide releases of the year. I would wait for the Blu-ray, on the other hand. More...

Thursday Night Previews: Fate Not Quite Furious with $10.4 million in Previews

April 14th, 2017

The Fate of the Furious

The Fate of the Furious got off to a fast start with $10.4 million during previews last night; however, this wasn’t as fast as I was expecting. No one really thought it would match Furious 7’s $15.4 million from 2015, but it needed to come closer with $12 million if it’s going to get to our prediction of $116 million for the weekend. It is better than the $9.5 million in previews that Logan earned earlier this year. Coincidentally, both of those films has nearly identical opening weekend / previews multipliers and if The Fate of the Furious matches them, it will pull in just under $97 million over the weekend. Other tracking numbers have it still topping The Jungle Book’s $103.26 million opening weekend from last year. Splitting the difference gets us an opening weekend of almost exactly $100 million. It’s hard to complain when a film nearly gets to $100 million during its opening weekend, but this is the problem with great expectations. More...

Weekend Estimates: Boss Baby Beats Beauty

April 2nd, 2017

The Boss Baby

A great marketing campaign and a beautifully-timed opening will most likely combine to give The Boss Baby a win at the box office this weekend, according to studio estimates released on Sunday. Victory isn’t completely assured, because the margin is fairly slim: Boss Baby is headed for $49 million, per Fox’s Sunday morning estimate, while Disney is expecting $47.5 million for Beauty and the Beast. Both studios expect Beast to win on Sunday, so the eventual winner will depend on today’s figures, but it would be a real surprise if the order changes when final numbers come in tomorrow. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Beast Blows Past $300 million with $90.43 million Weekend

March 27th, 2017

Beauty and the Beast

Our predictions for Beauty and the Beast was higher than average, but even we underestimated the film’s weekend box office numbers. It fell just 48% to $90.43 million, which was more than double the second place film, Power Rangers. This one-two punch helped the overall box office earn $202 million, but this was 23% lower than last weekend. It was also 20% lower than the same weekend last year. Granted, this weekend last year was the weekend Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice debuted, so a decline like this was expected. Year-to-date, 2017 has earned $2.75 billion, putting it 6.7% or $170 million ahead of last year’s pace. More...

Weekend Predictions: Can the Rangers Power Their Way to the Top?

March 23rd, 2017

Power Rangers

There are three wide releases this week, but none of them have a shot at topping Beauty and the Beast at the box office. In fact, all three films combined won’t make as much as Beauty and the Beast does this weekend. Of the three wide releases, Power Rangers has the best chance of box office success and it does have a shot at $100 million domestically. Life could become a midlevel hit and since it likely cost a lot less to make, it could be a bigger financial success. Finally there’s CHiPs, which has gained no traction with audiences. It will likely miss the top five. This weekend last year, Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice opened with a then March record of $166.01 million. Nothing playing this weekend will match that. Beauty and the Beast might not make half that. Fortunately, 2017 has a $100 million lead on 2016, so one bad weekend in the year-over-year comparison won’t do too much damage. More...

International Box Office: Beast Mode Engaged as Beauty earns $180.0 million

March 22nd, 2017

Beauty and the Beast

Beauty and the Beast dominated the international chart even more than it dominated the domestic one earning $180.0 million in 44 markets. The film’s worldwide opening was the second best for March, behind only Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice; however, BvS opened truly worldwide, while Beauty and the Beast only opened in about two thirds of the international market. Unsurprisingly, the film’s biggest single market was China, where it pulled in $44.72 million over the weekend, $45.01 million including Thursday’s previews. It was also a monster hit in the U.K., where it earned $24.37 million in 567 theaters, which was the biggest March opening of all time in that market. The next biggest market was South Korea with $10.68 million on 1,625 screens over the weekend and $11.88 million in total. It also cracked $10 million in Mexico ($11.6 million); Germany ($10.7 million), and Brazil ($10.4 million). At this point, getting to $1 billion worldwide seems like a safe bet, especially with openings in France, Australia, Japan, and other markets left to go. We will of course track its progress there. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Beast Smashes Record with a Beautiful $174.75 million Opening

March 21st, 2017

Beauty and the Beast

Beauty and the Beast was expected to break records during its opening weekend, but its final tally of $174.75 million is still impressive, even compared to the expectations. The rest of the box office wasn’t hurt as badly as one would predict given the explosive hit at the top and that helped the overall box office grow by 59% to $261 million. This is almost double what it was this weekend last year. More importantly, this was enough to put 2017 in the lead in the year-over-year comparison. At the end of the weekend, 2017 had earned $2.39 billion, compared to $2.30 billion for 2016. Granted, this is partially due to a misalignment of monster hits, as Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice opened the following weekend last year. That said, I really don’t think 2017 will fall behind given its current $95 million lead. More...

Thursday Night Previews: Beast’s Start is a Beauty, with $16.3 million in Previews

March 17th, 2017

Beauty and the Beast

Beauty and the Beast had the best previews of the year so far, earning $16.3 million during midnight shows last night. This tops Logan’s $9.5 million, which was the previous record holder. More impressively, it is better than Cinderella’s, The Jungle Book’s, and Maleficent’s combined previews of $10.7 million. Judging where it goes from here is a little tougher, on the other hand. Its reviews are good, but not amazing, while its demographics are more balanced than I expected. The audience was mostly women, but less than 60% overall. Cinderella had a 77% female audience. Also, there was a wide range of age groups among the audience, meaning it wasn’t just families going with their kids, but adults who grew up on the original movie. We predicted $168 million for the weekend, and that could be a little too conservative after this result. I’m not going to change the prediction just yet, but if Friday is big, then we will be forced to readjust our outlook. More...

Weekend Predictions: Will Beauty have a Beastly Opening?

March 17th, 2017

Beauty and the Beast

Beauty and the Beast was always expected to be the biggest hit of the month. Now the prevailing wisdom has the film becoming the biggest March opening of all time. Even if it doesn’t match the high end of expectations, it is widely expected to earn more than the entire box office did this weekend last year. On the downside, The Belko Experiment isn’t expected to open in the top five, in fact, it could miss the Mendoza Line. Furthermore, holdovers like Kong: Skull Island and Logan will take a beating at the box office. Overall, the news looks great and 2017 should actually get ahead of 2016 for the first time all year. More...

International Box Office: Kong Just as Tall on the International Chart with $81.6 million

March 16th, 2017

Kong: Skull Island

Kong: Skull Island opened in first place on the international chart with $85.1 million in 65 markets, which is more than $3 million higher than Sunday’s estimates. The film’s biggest market was the U.K., where it earned $7.58 million in 567 theaters. It also did well in Mexico ($5.58 million); in Russia ($4.87 million on 1,283 screens); and in Australia ($3.55 million on 523). Impressively, the film broke the record for biggest opening in Vietnam with $2.2 million on 377 screens. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Kong Climbs to the Top of the Box Office with $61.03 million

March 14th, 2017

Kong: Skull Island

Kong: Skull Island dominated the box office earning $61.03 million over the weekend. This is much better than predicted and this if reports are true, this is because it was a huge hit with families. Skull Island’s success hurt Logan, which fell to second place with $38.11 million over the weekend. Overall, the box office fell 13% from last weekend, but that’s still 22% more than the same weekend last year. Year-to-date is even more impressive. Back-to-back wins for 2017 has cut 2016’s lead to 0.8% at just $17 million. If Beauty and the Beast does as well as some expect it to do, 2017 could take the lead by the end of this coming weekend. More...

Weekend Estimates: Skull Island Breaks King Kong Opening Weekend Record

March 12th, 2017

Kong: Skull Island

Kong: Skull Island is reigning over movie theaters this weekend, with Warner Bros. predicting a $61 million opening for the monster movie. This is a franchise that’s been rebooted so many times that it’s meaningful to compare this outing’s opening with previous incarnations. And I’m pleased to report that this is the best ever weekend for a reboot of a King Kong movie, topping King Kong’s $50.1 million, and King Kong’s $7 million. The bad news is that this outing doesn’t look so great when adjusted for inflation. The 2005 King Kong opened with an inflation-adjusted $65 million, and the 1933 original went on to make an inflation-adjusted $366 million at the box office… a number that’s a very distant prospect this time. In fact, once adjusted for inflation, this will probably be the lowest-grossing film to start a King Kong franchise, and the only one to miss $200 million at the domestic box office. More...

Weekend Predictions: Will Kong be King of the Box Office?

March 9th, 2017

Kong: Skull Island

There’s only one new release this week, Kong: Skull Island, which should earn first place on the box office chart. Probably. Logan isn’t too far back as far as box office tracking and might repeat in first place. In order to do this, Logan would either have to hold on a lot better than most comic book movies do and / or Kong would have to miss expectations. This weekend last year, there were four wide releases; however, they only managed a little more than $35 million combined. Kong: Skull Island should top that with ease and that’s good news for 2017. Unfortunately, Zootopia earned more than $50 million and that will likely be out of reach for Kong, so 2017 will need to rely on its depth to win in the year-over-year competition. I’m optimistic that will happen. More...

International Box Office: Logan Scored Nearly $250 million Worldwide in Opening Weekend

March 8th, 2017

Logan

Logan dominated the international box office chart with $152.7 million in 81 markets for a worldwide opening of $240.9 million. This is almost twice as much as the film cost to make, so it has nearly paid for its entire production budget during the film’s opening weekend. Assuming it has any legs, it will break even before it reaches the home market. China was the biggest single market, as it earned $45.60 million over the weekend for a total opening of $46.38 million, including Thursday previews. The U.K. was well back with an opening of $11.48 million in 602 theaters. Up next is Brazil, which earned $8.2 million, while the film had a total opening of $8.16 million on 954 screens in South Korea, while it earned $8.02 million on 1,200 screens in Russia. The film doesn’t open in Japan until June and it could have over $500 million worldwide by then. More...

Contest: The X-Factor: Winning Announcement

March 8th, 2017

Logan

The winners of our The X-Factor contest were determined and the entrants with the closest predictions to Logan’s opening weekend were... More...

Theater Averages: Logan is Lonely on Top with $21,717

March 7th, 2017

Logan

Logan was the only film in the $10,000 club with an average of $21,717. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Logan’s $88.41 million Start Suggests Long Legs

March 7th, 2017

Logan

The weekend belonged to Logan, as it opened with $88.41 million and easily earned first place. Second place went to Get Out, which held on far better than anticipated, while The Shack is on pace to become a midlevel hit. There was almost nothing but good news. Almost. Overall, the box office rose 53% from last weekend, earning $189 million. More importantly, the it was 16% higher than the same weekend last year. Year-to-date, 2017 is still behind 2016; however, that gap was nearly cut in half from its peak just a couple of weeks ago. 2017 is now behind by 2.7% at $1.92 billion to $1.97 billion. If 2017 can put together a few more weeks like this, then it could climb into the lead before April begins. That is a big “if” and I would be satisfied with cutting the gap in half by the end of the month. More...

Weekend Estimates: Logan’s $85.3 Million is Fourth-Biggest Weekend in March

March 5th, 2017

Logan

Logan is turning out to be everything Fox hoped for this weekend, with excellent reviews and a massive $85.3 million opening to kick off the Spring box office season. The film’s debut is a notable $20 million ahead of X-Men: Apocalypse’s $65.8 million last Summer. The only way to make it look anything less than stellar is to match it up against giants like Deadpool (which opened with $132 million in February last year), and Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, which holds the March weekend record of $166 million. More...

Thursday Night Previews: Logan Surpasses Strange, but not as Lively as Deadpool with $9.5 million

March 3rd, 2017

Logan

As expected, Logan got off to a fast start, earning $9.5 million from its Thursday preview shows. This is better than the most recent super hero movie managed, as Doctor Strange pulled in $9.4 million during its previews last November. However, it is weaker than the $12.7 million Deadpool earned around this time last year. This is almost perfectly in line with expectations and with 93% positive reviews, an $85 million opening seems likely at this point. More...

Weekend Predictions: Logan is set to Skewer the Competition

March 2nd, 2017

Logan

The first weekend of March has three wide releases, but the one everyone is talking about is Logan. It should become the biggest hit of the year so far. The other two releases are The Shack, a faith-based film, and Before I Fall, which is essentially Groundhog Day set in high school. Neither film is expected to compete for top spot. In fact, it would be a surprise if both landed in the top five. As far as holdovers are concerned, only Get Out has a shot at $20 million, while only The Lego Batman Movie will earn more than $10 million. This weekend last year, Zootopia led the way with just over $75 million, while the other two new releases earned less than $30 million combined. 2017 will be bigger on top, won’t have as strong new releases overall, but should have about the same depth. More...

Contest: Straight Outta Suburbia: Winning Announcement

March 2nd, 2017

Get Out

The winners of our Straight Outta Suburbia contest were determined and the entrants with the closest predictions for Get Out’s opening weekend were... More...

2017 Preview: March

March 1st, 2017

Beauty and the Beast

February was an okay month. The films that missed expectations were mostly balanced by the films that were pleasant surprises. Unfortunately, last February was amazing as Deadpool dominated the chart, so 2017 has fallen further behind 2016 and 2016’s lead is now about $100 million. It is not so bad that a good March won’t help 2017 back into the lead. Will that happen? We have some good news and some bad news. Good news: Every week there is one movie that has at least a shot at $100 million. Two of them, Logan and Beauty and the Beast, could reach $200 million or a lot more. Bad News: last March, both Zootopia and Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice earned more than $300 million. That’s a really powerful one-two punch and I don’t think we can replicate that this time around. On the other hand, last March, the third best film of the month was 10 Cloverfield Lane, while there were four films that were expected to open wide that earned less than $10 million at the box office. 2017 likely won’t be as good at the top, but I also don’t think it will have as many bombs either. If Beauty and the Beast reaches the very high end of expectations, then 2017 could even close the gap with 2016 entirely. I’ll be happy getting halfway there. More...

Contest: The X-Factor

February 24th, 2017

Logan

While there are three wide releases coming out next week, only one of them, Logan, is earning any real buzz. In fact, it is likely Logan will have the biggest opening of the year and could earn more during its opening day than either Before I Fall or The Shack earn in total. Because of this, it is the only sensible 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 Logan.

Whoever comes the closest to predicting the film's opening 3-day weekend box office (Friday to Sunday), without going over, will win a Frankenprise consisting of their choice of either one TV on DVD release, two movies, or a kids package (could be a theatrical release, a couple of single-disc TV on DVD releases, or a full season TV on DVD release). 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, as described above.

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

Logan Trailer

January 20th, 2017

Super hero actioner starring Hugh Jackman, Patrick Stewart, and Dafne Keen opens March 3 ... Full Movie Details. More...

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2017/03/03 1 $4,901,065   954 $5,137   $8,195,829 11
2017/03/10 2 $3,106,395 -37% 899 $3,455   $13,416,409 18
2017/03/17 3 $1,219,763 -61% 521 $2,341   $15,756,835 25
2017/03/24 6 $149,368 -88% 212 $705   $16,036,528 32
2017/03/31 17 $18,074 -88% 25 $723   $16,099,008 39
2017/04/07 - $3,807 -79% 6 $635   $16,109,276 46
2017/04/14 - $2,252 -41% 5 $450   $16,114,823 53

Box Office Summary Per Territory

Territory Release
Date
Opening
Weekend
Opening
Weekend
Theaters
Maximum
Theaters
Theatrical
Engagements
Total
Box Office
Report
Date
Argentina 3/3/2017 $1,500,000 0 0 0 $1,500,000 3/6/2017
Australia 3/3/2017 $5,940,600 414 415 2093 $17,295,477 5/18/2017
Brazil 3/3/2017 $8,200,000 0 0 0 $29,000,000 4/10/2017
Bulgaria 3/2/2017 $84,973 0 0 0 $297,078 5/4/2017
Central America 3/3/2017 $1,300,000 0 0 0 $1,300,000 3/6/2017
Chile 3/3/2017 $1,200,000 0 0 0 $1,200,000 3/6/2017
China 3/2/2017 $48,720,000 101504 101504 213432 $105,850,000 4/11/2017
Colombia 3/3/2017 $1,300,000 0 0 0 $1,300,000 3/6/2017
Czech Republic 3/3/2017 $354,797 120 120 378 $1,116,313 5/4/2017
France 3/3/2017 $6,100,000 0 0 0 $15,000,000 4/10/2017
Germany 3/3/2017 $3,500,000 0 0 0 $8,100,000 3/20/2017
India 3/3/2017 $3,400,000 0 0 0 $3,400,000 3/6/2017
Indonesia 3/3/2017 $2,900,000 0 0 0 $2,900,000 3/6/2017
Italy 3/3/2017 $2,144,179 0 0 0 $5,589,951 3/29/2017
Japan 6/2/2017 $2,500,000 0 0 0 $4,600,000 6/12/2017
Lithuania 3/3/2017 $43,229 99 99 197 $131,841 4/14/2017
Mexico 3/3/2017 $5,625,846 0 0 0 $14,353,922 4/6/2017
Netherlands 3/1/2017 $1,010,546 110 110 732 $3,277,740 5/4/2017
New Zealand 3/3/2017 $791,116 85 85 467 $2,252,149 5/1/2017
North America 3/3/2017 $88,411,916 4071 4071 23365 $226,277,068
Portugal 3/3/2017 $387,711 81 81 372 $1,129,530 5/18/2017
Russia (CIS) 3/3/2017 $8,021,066 1200 1200 3887 $16,524,453 4/6/2017
Slovakia 3/3/2017 $156,320 66 66 162 $368,810 4/27/2017
Slovenia 3/3/2017 $31,447 17 17 29 $88,881 3/23/2017
South Korea 2/23/2017 $0 0 954 2622 $16,344,265 5/24/2017
Spain 3/3/2017 $2,407,764 459 494 2238 $7,646,855 7/13/2017
Taiwan 3/3/2017 $4,700,000 0 0 0 $4,700,000 3/6/2017
Thailand 3/3/2017 $2,100,000 0 0 0 $2,100,000 3/6/2017
Turkey 3/3/2017 $0 0 303 958 $3,208,326 4/25/2017
United Kingdom 3/3/2017 $11,567,079 602 602 2937 $29,643,627 4/19/2017
 
Rest of World $89,080,782
 
Worldwide Total$615,577,068 7/13/2017

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