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The Magnificent Seven (2016)

The Magnificent Seven
Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $93,300,982Details
International Box Office $66,335,135Details
Worldwide Box Office $159,636,117
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  5. Video Sales
  6. Full Financials
  7. Cast & Crew
  8. Trailer

Synopsis

With the town of Rose Creek under the deadly control of industrialist Bartholomew Bogue, the desperate townspeople employ protection from seven outlaws, bounty hunters, gamblers and hired guns — Sam Chisolm, Josh Farraday, Goodnight Robicheaux, Jack Horne, Billy Rocks, Vasquez, and Red Harvest. As they prepare the town for the violent showdown that they know is coming, these seven mercenaries find themselves fighting for more than money.

Metrics

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Movie Details

Production Budget:$90,000,000
Domestic Releases: September 23rd, 2016 (Wide) by Sony Pictures
International Releases: September 12th, 2016 (Wide) (South Korea)
September 14th, 2016 (Wide) (South Korea)
September 21st, 2016 (Wide) (Indonesia)
September 21st, 2016 (Wide) (Jamaica)
September 21st, 2016 (Wide) (Philippines)
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Video Release: December 6th, 2016 by Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for extended and intense sequences of Western violence, and for historical smoking, some language and suggestive material.
(Rating bulletin 2426 (Cert #49887), 5/25/2016)
Running Time: 128 minutes
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Keywords: Ensemble, Mercenaries, Death of a Spouse or Fiancée / Fiancé, Robber Baron, Remake, Foreign-Language Remake
Source:Remake
Genre:Western
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Historical Fiction
Production Companies: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures, Columbia Pictures, LStar Capital, Village Roadshow Productions, Pin High, Escape Artists
Production Countries: United States

Ranking on other Records and Milestones

RecordRankRevenueChart
Date
Days In
Release
Biggest 11th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,989 $74,556 Dec 2, 2016 73
Biggest 10th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,754 $137,159 Nov 25, 2016 66
Biggest 9th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,728 $192,573 Nov 18, 2016 59
Biggest 8th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,982 $214,032 Nov 11, 2016 52
Biggest 7th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,768 $452,520 Nov 4, 2016 45
Biggest 6th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,355 $1,338,477 Oct 28, 2016 38
Biggest 5th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,346 $2,285,095 Oct 21, 2016 31
Biggest 4th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 849 $5,235,425 Oct 14, 2016 24
Biggest 3rd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 661 $9,011,682 Oct 7, 2016 17
Biggest 2nd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 530 $15,626,883 Sep 30, 2016 10
Biggest October Day at the Domestic Box Office 196 $6,987,266 Oct 1, 2016 9
Fastest Movies to Earn $50 Million at the Domestic Box Office 408 $50,511,238 Sep 30, 2016 8
Biggest Sunday at the Domestic Box Office 637 $8,349,459 Sep 25, 2016 3
Biggest Opening Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 366 $34,703,397 Sep 23, 2016 3
Biggest September Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 6 $34,703,397 Sep 23, 2016 3
Biggest Weekends at the Domestic Box Office 497 $34,703,397 Sep 23, 2016 3
Widest Opening Weekend 204 3,674 Sep 23, 2016 3
Biggest Saturday at the Domestic Box Office 477 $13,685,923 Sep 24, 2016 2
Biggest September Day at the Domestic Box Office 8 $13,685,923 Sep 24, 2016 2
Biggest Friday at the Domestic Box Office 427 $12,668,015 Sep 23, 2016 1

Cast

   Chisolm
   Josh Faraday
   Goodnight Robicheaux
   Jack Horne
   Billy Rocks
   Vasquez
   Red Harvest
Peter Sarsgaard    Bartholomew Bogue
Haley Bennett    Emma Cullen
Luke Grimes    Teddy Q
Matt Bomer    Matthew Cullen
Jonathan Joss    Denali
Cam Gigandet    McCann
Emil Beheshti    Maxwell
Mark Ashworth    Preacher
Billy Slaughter    Josiah
Dodge Prince    Anthony
Matthew Posey    Hank Stoner
Carrie Lazar    Leni Frankel
Jody Mullins    Caleb Frankel
Clint James    Fenton
Dane Rhodes    Sheriff Harp
Ritchie Montgomery    Gavin David
Sean Bridgers    Fanning
William Lee Scott    Moody
David Kallaway    Turner/Blacksmith
Griff Furst    Phillips
Alix Angelis    Clara Winthrop (Teacher)
Sean Boyd    Topper
Rob Mello    Mine Paymaster
Walker Babington    Dicky
Thomas Blake, Jr.    Earl
Ryan Brown    Ken Pigeon
Derek Lacasa    Len Pigeon
John Wylie    Station Master
Chad Randall    Bartender/Powder Dan
Kevin Wayne    Monday Durant
Wally Welch    Sheriff
Ed Lowry    Stablemaster
David Manzanares    Referee/Eddy
Dylan Kenin    Cowboy
Kevin Wiggins    Another Cowboy
Jackson Beals    One Eyed Lucas
Miles Doleac    Faraday Card Game #2
Heath Lemme    Heath
Charles Bickham    Rose Creek Boy
Gregory Chase Williams    Undertaker's Assistant
Fionn Camp    Rose Creek Girl

Production and Technical Credits

Director   
Producer    Roger Birnbaum
Producer    Todd Black
Screenwriter    Nic Pizzolatto
Screenwriter    Richard Wenk
Executive Producer    Walter Miresch
Executive Producer    Antoine Fuqua
Executive Producer    Bruce Berman
Executive Producer    Ben Waisbren
Director of Photography    Mauro Fiore
Production Designer    Derek R. Hill
Editor    John Refoua
Costume Designer    Sharen Davis
Composer    James Horner
Composer    Simon Franglen
Visual Effects Supervisor    Sean Devereaux
Co-Producer    Kat Samick
Casting Director    Mary Vernieu
Casting Director    Lindsay Graham
Unit Production Manager    Udi Nedivi
Unit Production Manager    Wendy S. Williams
Unit Production Manager    David Valdes
First Assistant Director    Joe Camp III
Second Assistant Director    Kevin Lum
Art Director    Leslie McDonald
Art Director    Sean Ryan Jennings
Set Decorator    Merissa Lombardo
Set Decorator    Bradford Johnson
Set Designer    John Berger
Set Designer    Al Hobbs
Set Designer    Karl Martin
Set Designer    Molly Mikula
Production Supervisor    Heidi Anna Erl
Sound Mixer    Ed Novick
Costume Supervisor    Robert Q. Mathews
Make up    Liz Bernstrom
Make up    Carla Chao Brenholtz
Hairstylist    Mary Mastro
Hairstylist    Donna Spahn-Jones
Script Supervisor    Dawn Gilliam
Location Manager    Ed Lipscomb
Second Unit Director    Jeff Dashnaw
Second Unit Director of Photography    Lukasz Jogalla
Post-Production Supervisor    Leslie Rodier
Additional Editor    William Paley
Music Editor    Joe E. Rand
Music Editor    Jim Henrikson
Assistant Editor    Rowan Maher
Assistant Editor    Bart Breve
Assistant Editor    Jamal McLemore
Assistant Editor    Matt Evans
Visual Effects Producer    Scott Shapiro
Re-recording Mixer    Steve Pederson
Re-recording Mixer    Daniel J. Leahy
Supervising Sound Editor    Mandell Winter
Supervising Sound Editor    David Esparza
Sound Effects Editor    Ryan Collins
Dialogue Editor    Julie Feiner
Dialogue Editor    Russell Farmarco
Dialogue Editor    Christopher T. Welch
Dialogue Editor    Henry Auerbach
Foley Mixer    James Ashwill
Foley Mixer    Richard Duarte
Additional Music    Simon Rhodes
Recordist    Kevin Globerman
Stunt Coordinator    Jeff Dashnaw
Stunt Coordinator    Chad Dashnaw

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December 5th, 2016

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October 11th, 2016

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Weekend Wrap-Up: Miss Peregrine finds a Home at the top with $28.87 million

October 4th, 2016

Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children

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September 29th, 2016

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September 29th, 2016

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Contest: Magnificent Prizes: Winning Announcement

September 29th, 2016

The Magnificent Seven

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September 28th, 2016

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September 27th, 2016

The Magnificent Seven

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September 25th, 2016

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September 23rd, 2016

The Magnificent Seven

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September 22nd, 2016

The Magnificent Seven

It is a perfect weekend at the box office, as there are only two wide releases and there are almost no crossover audiences between them. The Magnificent Seven is a remake of a remake and its solid, but not spectacular. Storks is a digitally animated kids movie that is earning mixed reviews, but that’s fine for a kids movie. Those two movies will likely earn more than the rest of the box office combined pulls in. This is both good news and bad news, as it is a combination of their strength and the rest of the box office’s weakness that is the cause. This weekend last year, Hotel Transylvania 2 debuted with $48 million, which is the record for a September weekend. I think The Magnificent Seven will top that, while Storks will double the second place film, The Intern. Unfortunately, last year there were three other films that earned more than $10 million, while this year there will be only one. 2016 is better on top, but 2015 had better depth. Perhaps 2016 will still come out ahead in the year-over-year comparison, but I don't think it will quite make it. More...

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Contest: Magnificent Prizes

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Twin Peaks

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

2016 Preview: September

September 1st, 2016

The Magnificent Seven

August continued to pad 2016’s lead over 2015 in the year-over-year comparison. It managed this feat almost entirely due to Suicide Squad, which is on pace to hit $300 million. The next best film was Sausage Party, which might make $100 million, if it gets a push over the top. September won’t be as strong as that. This is no surprise, as the month is one of the biggest dumping grounds on the calendar. That said, studios have been working to make the end of the month a lot more productive and there are a few potential hits. The biggest of these is The Magnificent Seven, which is expected to crack $100 million, maybe even $150 million. Meanwhile, Sully and Storks both have a limited chance at $100 million. Last September, the biggest release of the month was Hotel Transylvania 2 with pulled in $169.70 million. I don’t think The Magnificent Seven will match that, so we might need a surprise $100 million hit for 2016 to come out on top. 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
2016/09/23 1 $34,703,397   3,674 $9,446   $34,703,397 3
2016/09/30 3 $15,626,883 -55% 3,674 $4,253   $61,532,784 10
2016/10/07 4 $9,011,682 -42% 3,696 $2,438   $75,777,075 17
2016/10/14 7 $5,235,425 -42% 3,210 $1,631   $84,862,987 24
2016/10/21 11 $2,285,095 -56% 1,979 $1,155   $89,028,462 31
2016/10/28 13 $1,338,477 -41% 1,330 $1,006   $91,224,003 38
2016/11/04 18 $452,520 -66% 490 $924   $92,238,549 45
2016/11/11 26 $214,032 -53% 238 $899   $92,630,454 52
2016/11/18 24 $192,573 -10% 235 $819   $92,900,377 59
2016/11/25 31 $137,159 -29% 195 $703   $93,145,387 66
2016/12/02 34 $74,556 -46% 150 $497   $93,268,397 73

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2016/09/23 1 $12,668,015   3,674 $3,448   $12,668,015 1
2016/09/24 1 $13,685,923 +8% 3,674 $3,725   $26,353,938 2
2016/09/25 1 $8,349,459 -39% 3,674 $2,273   $34,703,397 3
2016/09/26 1 $2,617,583 -69% 3,674 $712   $37,320,980 4
2016/09/27 1 $3,948,231 +51% 3,674 $1,075   $41,269,211 5
2016/09/28 1 $2,485,021 -37% 3,674 $676   $43,754,232 6
2016/09/29 1 $2,151,669 -13% 3,674 $586   $45,905,901 7
2016/09/30 3 $4,605,337 +114% 3,674 $1,253   $50,511,238 8
2016/10/01 3 $6,987,266 +52% 3,674 $1,902   $57,498,504 9
2016/10/02 3 $4,034,280 -42% 3,674 $1,098   $61,532,784 10
2016/10/03 3 $1,325,900 -67% 3,674 $361   $62,858,684 11
2016/10/04 3 $1,637,757 +24% 3,674 $446   $64,496,441 12
2016/10/05 3 $1,148,422 -30% 3,674 $313   $65,644,863 13
2016/10/06 3 $1,120,530 -2% 3,674 $305   $66,765,393 14
2016/10/07 5 $2,585,823 +131% 3,696 $700   $69,351,216 15
2016/10/08 4 $4,016,846 +55% 3,696 $1,087   $73,368,062 16
2016/10/09 5 $2,409,013 -40% 3,696 $652   $75,777,075 17
2016/10/10 5 $1,303,080 -46% 3,696 $353   $77,080,155 18
2016/10/11 4 $1,024,485 -21% 3,696 $277   $78,104,640 19
2016/10/12 4 $818,876 -20% 3,696 $222   $78,923,516 20
2016/10/13 4 $704,046 -14% 3,696 $190   $79,627,562 21
2016/10/14 6 $1,516,659 +115% 3,210 $472   $81,144,221 22
2016/10/15 7 $2,348,905 +55% 3,210 $732   $83,493,126 23
2016/10/16 7 $1,369,861 -42% 3,210 $427   $84,862,987 24
2016/10/17 6 $464,513 -66% 3,210 $145   $85,327,500 25
2016/10/18 6 $592,291 +28% 3,210 $185   $85,919,791 26
2016/10/19 6 $414,639 -30% 3,210 $129   $86,334,430 27
2016/10/20 6 $408,937 -1% 3,210 $127   $86,743,367 28
2016/10/21 11 $716,872 +75% 1,979 $362   $87,460,239 29
2016/10/22 11 $1,023,766 +43% 1,979 $517   $88,484,005 30
2016/10/23 12 $544,457 -47% 1,979 $275   $89,028,462 31
2016/10/24 11 $203,724 -63% 1,979 $103   $89,232,186 32
2016/10/25 10 $249,718 +23% 1,979 $126   $89,481,904 33
2016/10/26 11 $196,509 -21% 1,979 $99   $89,678,413 34
2016/10/27 11 $207,113 +5% 1,979 $105   $89,885,526 35
2016/10/28 13 $391,555 +89% 1,330 $294   $90,277,081 36
2016/10/29 13 $596,407 +52% 1,330 $448   $90,873,488 37
2016/10/30 14 $350,515 -41% 1,330 $264   $91,224,003 38
2016/10/31 11 $175,842 -50% 1,330 $132   $91,399,845 39
2016/11/01 13 $159,741 -9% 1,330 $120   $91,559,586 40
2016/11/02 13 $124,381 -22% 1,330 $94   $91,683,967 41
2016/11/03 12 $102,062 -18% 1,330 $77   $91,786,029 42
2016/11/04 - $133,114 +30% 490 $272   $91,919,143 43
2016/11/05 - $213,892 +61% 490 $437   $92,133,035 44
2016/11/06 - $105,514 -51% 490 $215   $92,238,549 45
2016/11/07 - $39,681 -62% 490 $81   $92,278,230 46
2016/11/08 - $51,398 +30% 490 $105   $92,329,628 47
2016/11/09 - $41,583 -19% 490 $85   $92,371,211 48
2016/11/10 - $45,211 +9% 490 $92   $92,416,422 49
2016/11/11 - $74,122 +64% 238 $311   $92,490,544 50
2016/11/12 - $94,709 +28% 238 $398   $92,585,253 51
2016/11/13 - $45,201 -52% 238 $190   $92,630,454 52
2016/11/14 - $20,094 -56% 238 $84   $92,650,548 53
2016/11/15 - $22,221 +11% 238 $93   $92,672,769 54
2016/11/16 - $18,895 -15% 238 $79   $92,691,664 55
2016/11/17 - $16,140 -15% 238 $68   $92,707,804 56
2016/11/18 - $57,290 +255% 235 $244   $92,765,094 57
2016/11/19 - $84,216 +47% 235 $358   $92,849,310 58
2016/11/20 - $51,067 -39% 235 $217   $92,900,377 59
2016/11/21 - $25,813 -49% 235 $110   $92,926,190 60
2016/11/22 - $30,574 +18% 235 $130   $92,956,764 61
2016/11/23 - $29,674 -3% 195 $152   $92,986,438 62
2016/11/24 - $21,790 -27% 195 $112   $93,008,228 63
2016/11/25 - $54,481 +150% 195 $279   $93,062,709 64
2016/11/26 - $54,983 +1% 195 $282   $93,117,692 65
2016/11/27 - $27,695 -50% 195 $142   $93,145,387 66
2016/11/28 - $10,008 -64% 195 $51   $93,155,395 67
2016/11/29 - $13,004 +30% 195 $67   $93,168,399 68
2016/11/30 - $11,030 -15% 195 $57   $93,179,429 69
2016/12/01 - $14,412 +31% 195 $74   $93,193,841 70
2016/12/02 - $21,569 +50% 150 $144   $93,215,410 71
2016/12/03 - $34,281 +59% 150 $229   $93,249,691 72
2016/12/04 - $18,706 -45% 150 $125   $93,268,397 73
2016/12/05 - $7,586 -59% 150 $51   $93,275,983 74
2016/12/06 - $9,302 +23% 150 $62   $93,285,285 75
2016/12/07 - $7,559 -19% 150 $50   $93,292,844 76
2016/12/08 - $8,138 +8% 150 $54   $93,300,982 77

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2016/09/23 1 $45,905,901   3,674 $12,495   $45,905,901 7
2016/09/30 3 $20,859,492 -55% 3,674 $5,678   $66,765,393 14
2016/10/07 4 $12,862,169 -38% 3,696 $3,480   $79,627,562 21
2016/10/14 6 $7,115,805 -45% 3,210 $2,217   $86,743,367 28
2016/10/21 11 $3,142,159 -56% 1,979 $1,588   $89,885,526 35
2016/10/28 13 $1,900,503 -40% 1,330 $1,429   $91,786,029 42
2016/11/04 18 $630,393 -67% 490 $1,287   $92,416,422 49
2016/11/11 26 $291,382 -54% 238 $1,224   $92,707,804 56
2016/11/18 29 $300,424 +3% 195 $1,541   $93,008,228 63
2016/11/25 30 $185,613 -38% 195 $952   $93,193,841 70
2016/12/02 35 $107,141 -42% 150 $714   $93,300,982 77

Box Office Summary Per Territory

Territory Release
Date
Opening
Weekend
Opening
Weekend
Theaters
Maximum
Theaters
Theatrical
Engagements
Total
Box Office
Report
Date
Argentina 9/22/2016 $294,636 110 110 205 $670,160 11/1/2016
Aruba 9/22/2016 $4,429 2 3 11 $21,993 10/18/2016
Australia 9/23/2016 $174,778 116 371 1455 $6,376,125 11/8/2016
Austria 9/23/2016 $172,398 79 79 330 $617,462 11/14/2016
Belgium 9/28/2016 $213,664 47 47 205 $563,059 11/14/2016
Bolivia 9/29/2016 $21,725 15 15 29 $54,843 10/18/2016
Brazil 9/22/2016 $1,167,998 252 252 759 $2,997,144 11/29/2016
Bulgaria 9/23/2016 $55,652 0 0 0 $169,806 11/10/2016
Cambodia 9/22/2016 $12,478 24 24 24 $14,941 9/27/2016
Central America 9/22/2016 $189,537 125 125 235 $375,801 10/18/2016
Chile 9/22/2016 $112,082 46 48 111 $260,323 10/18/2016
Colombia 9/22/2016 $275,273 180 180 335 $560,425 10/11/2016
Croatia 9/22/2016 $34,550 35 35 106 $103,991 10/25/2016
Curacao 9/22/2016 $6,073 4 4 10 $18,478 10/25/2016
Czech Republic 9/23/2016 $53,583 78 78 146 $135,858 10/13/2016
Dominican Republic 9/22/2016 $38,999 18 25 43 $63,519 10/4/2016
East Africa 9/30/2016 $0 0 1 2 $5,271 10/18/2016
Ecuador 9/23/2016 $54,406 40 40 106 $160,313 10/25/2016
Estonia 9/23/2016 $23,264 17 17 45 $70,419 10/25/2016
France 9/28/2016 $1,863,752 400 400 1712 $5,062,649 11/8/2016
Germany 9/22/2016 $1,270,898 494 549 2322 $4,809,894 11/29/2016
Ghana 9/23/2016 $0 0 3 15 $20,636 11/29/2016
Greece 9/22/2016 $133,114 92 92 182 $391,566 11/1/2016
Hong Kong 10/13/2016 $237,940 70 70 125 $448,358 11/1/2016
India 9/23/2016 $365,716 482 482 562 $607,575 10/25/2016
Indonesia 9/21/2016 $739,570 260 260 573 $1,285,646 10/18/2016
Italy 9/22/2016 $705,432 363 363 901 $1,924,842 10/25/2016
Jamaica 9/21/2016 $28,470 5 5 19 $79,459 10/25/2016
Kenya 9/23/2016 $19,841 14 14 30 $53,063 10/18/2016
Latvia 9/23/2016 $13,196 8 8 15 $36,095 10/18/2016
Lithuania 9/23/2016 $20,276 101 101 142 $42,449 10/13/2016
Malaysia 9/22/2016 $504,820 279 279 670 $1,138,903 11/8/2016
Mexico 9/23/2016 $321,655 187 187 624 $1,037,250 12/6/2016
Mongolia 10/14/2016 $9,260 5 5 12 $26,650 11/22/2016
Netherlands 9/22/2016 $436,020 104 104 521 $1,655,577 11/14/2016
New Zealand 9/23/2016 $35,415 25 76 398 $1,047,576 12/6/2016
Nigeria 9/23/2016 $26,551 26 27 83 $129,104 11/8/2016
Pakistan 9/23/2016 $14,326 22 22 34 $41,725 10/18/2016
Peru 9/22/2016 $86,601 57 57 68 $172,349 10/18/2016
Philippines 9/21/2016 $452,437 185 185 300 $740,955 10/18/2016
Portugal 9/23/2016 $179,905 82 82 272 $467,511 11/10/2016
Russia (CIS) 9/22/2016 $1,839,058 1028 1028 2720 $3,441,114 11/1/2016
Serbia and Montenegro 9/22/2016 $11,432 25 25 59 $39,268 10/25/2016
Singapore 9/22/2016 $352,013 39 39 107 $710,985 11/1/2016
Slovakia 9/23/2016 $37,310 73 73 121 $75,912 10/19/2016
Slovenia 9/22/2016 $10,579 21 21 54 $37,455 10/25/2016
South Africa 9/23/2016 $130,864 67 72 317 $520,788 12/6/2016
South Korea 9/14/2016 $2,937,889 579 579 1201 $6,684,317 11/1/2016
Spain 9/23/2016 $1,162,394 449 449 1660 $3,538,174 12/6/2016
Suriname 9/22/2016 $934 1 1 4 $3,302 10/18/2016
Switzerland 9/22/2016 $199,032 60 88 261 $693,507 11/14/2016
Taiwan 10/7/2016 $215,618 63 63 118 $437,348 11/1/2016
Thailand 10/13/2016 $134,221 109 109 226 $428,833 11/8/2016
Trinidad 9/21/2016 $74,838 20 20 62 $189,766 11/1/2016
Turkey 9/23/2016 $157,660 164 164 437 $471,221 10/25/2016
Ukraine 9/22/2016 $215,727 227 227 598 $447,114 11/22/2016
United Kingdom 9/23/2016 $2,763,521 543 543 2001 $7,911,679 12/6/2016
Uruguay 9/22/2016 $17,492 12 12 28 $34,032 10/11/2016
Venezuela 9/23/2016 $20,702 45 45 131 $83,036 11/8/2016
Vietnam 9/23/2016 $139,128 98 98 204 $334,014 10/11/2016
 
Rest of World $5,793,507
 
International Total$66,335,135 12/6/2016

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