Maleficent

Maleficent poster
Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $240,978,399Details
International Box Office $510,000,000
Worldwide Box Office $750,978,399
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Synopsis

Driven by revenge and a fierce desire to protect the moors over which she presides, Maleficent cruelly places an irrevocable curse upon the human king’s newborn infant Aurora. As the child grows, Aurora is caught in the middle of the seething conflict between the forest kingdom she has grown to love and the human kingdom that holds her legacy. Maleficent realizes that Aurora may hold the key to peace in the land and is forced to take drastic actions that will change both worlds forever.

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics RottenAudience Upright
Critics
49% - Rotten
Audience
73% - Upright

Movie Details

Production Budget:$180,000,000
Theatrical Release: May 30th, 2014 (Wide) by Walt Disney
MPAA Rating: PG for sequences of fantasy action and violence, including frightening images.
(Rating bulletin 2310, 2/19/2014)
Keywords: Villain's Point of View, Prince/Princess, Dragon
Source:Spin-Off
Genre:Adventure
Production Method:Digital Animation
Creative Type:Fantasy
Production Companies: Roth Films

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Transformers: Age of Extinction poster

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Weekend Wrap-Up: Dinobots Propel Transformers to the Top

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Weekend Predictions: Are we Witnessing the Extinction of a Franchise?

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There is only one wide release of the week, but it is a potential monster hit. It is also potentially the last in a very profitable franchise. Transformers: Age of Extinction is the fourth film in the Transformers franchise, a franchise that has averaged more than $350 million at the box office. However, they have also averaged well below 50% positive reviews and the poor critical response could finally be taking its toll. It will still crush the competition this weekend, but it likely won't live up to past installments in the franchise. It will also beat last year's new releases and more than double the first place film; however that might not be enough to save 2014. Last year there were five films that pulled in $20 million or more. This year there will be only one. In fact, there will be only four films that pull in $10 million or more. More...

International Box Office: Bewitching the Box Office

Maleficent poster

Maleficent rose to first place with $47.9 million in 54 markets for totals of $340.8 million internationally and $526.7 million worldwide. It became the first live-action film in Angelina Jolie's career to reach the $500 million mark. The film opened in first place in China with $22.01 million. Up next for the film is Japan and if it does well there, it could top Kung Fu Panda 2 as Angelina Jolie's biggest hit. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Think Sinks, But Still Comes out on Top

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This weekend was a disaster. Think Like a Man Too couldn't even live up to the original's opening, which is terrible for a sequel. Jersey Boys opened on the low end of lower expectations. Unfortunately, the holdovers weren't able to take advantage of the weak openings and the overall box office plummeted 22% to just $146 million. Compared to last year, the overall box office was down 39%. That's a disaster. There's no other way to describe it. Last year's number one film, Monster University made more money during its opening day than Think Like a Man Too made during the full weekend. It made more during its opening weekend than the top three films this year made. Even worse, 2014 has lost its lead over 2013. Granted, it is still close at $4.86 billion to $4.88 million, or just 0.3%, but it wasn't that long ago that 2014 was on a record-setting pace. Transformers: Age of Extinction should help turn things around next weekend, but I don't think that film will help in the long run. More...

Weekend Predictions: Think or Swim

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There are two wide releases coming out this week, but none of them are expected to be monster hits. Think Like a Man Too could eventually get to $100 million, while Jersey Boys might become a midlevel hit, but no more than that. There are a couple of holdovers that should be very big players at the box office, as both How to Train Your Dragon 2 and 22 Jump Street will earn close to $30 million over the next three days. On the other hand, this weekend last year there were two monster hits, Monster University and World War Z, as well as a holdover, Man of Steel, that will make more than either of the two new releases this year will make. 2014 is going to get crushed in the year-over-year comparison. More...

International Box Office: Trio Top the Charts

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There were three films that were in a virtual tie for top spot on the international top ten. Godzilla squeaked out a win with $38.4 million in 62 markets for totals of $248.7 million internationally and $440.2 million worldwide after a month of release. This includes a $37.00 million opening weekend in China. Needless to say, it earned first place in that market. The film finishes its international run in Japan at the end of July and it should jump over $500 million worldwide when it does. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Dragons Soar but Jump Higher

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Edge of Tomorrow rose to first place with $82 million in 63 markets for a two-week total of $111 million. This includes a first-place, $25.68 million opening in China. It also opened in first place in South Korea with $10.52 million on 801 screens over the weekend for a total opening of $16.28 million. In Russia, the film opened on top spot with $7.41 million on 1,649, while in France it also earned first place, but with just $2.82 million on 585. It only managed second place in Australia with $2.88 million on 477 screens, while it could do no better than third place in Mexico with $2.88 million on 1,301 screens over the weekend for a total of $3.19 million. Its best holdover was in the U.K. where it added $2.08 million on 460 screens for a two-week total of $7.21 million.

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As expected, The Fault in Our Stars won the box office race this past weekend, while its opening weekend was on the very high end of expectations. (It did so with a surprisingly strong opening Friday, but more on that later.) The other wide release of the week, Edge of Tomorrow, did about as well as expected, which is to say it really struggled compared to its production budget. Overall, the box took in $163 million, which is 2% lower than last weekend. On the other hand, it is 9% higher than the same weekend last year, which is the far more important number. Year-to-date, 2014 has pulled in $4.38 billion, putting it 3.3% ahead of last year's pace of $4.24 billion. This is still a good margin and hopefully it will last. More...

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This weekend, there are two wide releases coming out, one of which is the obvious potential monster hit and the other being the obvious counter-programing. On paper, Edge of Tomorrow is the obvious potential monster hit. It is a Sci-fi action film with a production budget that is nearly $200 million. The Fault in Our Stars is the obvious counter-programing. It is about two teen cancer patients who fall in love, which couldn't be farther away from a popcorn flick. However, the buzz really suggests The Fault in Our Stars could win. In fact, it could break the record for biggest opening for a romantic drama. This weekend last year, The Purge won with $34.06 million, while no other film earned more than $20 million. This year, three films might top $30 million and the winner could pull in more than $40 million. I think 2014 will win this weekend in the year-over-year competition. More...

International Box Office: Century Opening for Maleficent

Maleficent poster

Maleficent opened on top of the international chart with $106.1 million in 47 markets, making it the latest movie to open with more than $100 million on the international chart. The film opened in a number of major markets, but individual results were mixed. The film opened in first place in Mexico with $14.05 million on 2,892 screens and in Russia with $13.06 million on 1,733 screens. In the U.K. it pulled in $11.04 million on 486 screens. It didn't crack $10 million, but did earn first place in Italy ($5.87 million on 650 screens); in Brazil ($5.63 million on 452); and in Germany ($4.87 million on 525 screens over the weekend for a total opening of $5.26 million); and Spain ($4.29 million on 625). It had to settle for second place in Australia with $3.76 million on 530 screens over the weekend for a total opening of $3.90 million. It only managed third place in France ($5.01 million on 550 screens) and in South Korea ($3.38 million on 631 screens over the weekend for a total opening of $3.81 million). The film has yet to open in China and Japan and given this start, it should reach $500 million worldwide before it is done. More...

Per Theater Chart: Maleficent Holds Off Trio of Limited Releases

Maleficent poster

The overall box office leader, Maleficent, also led the way on the per theater chart with an average of $17,586 in nearly 4,000 theaters. Korengal was the best of the limited releases earning $14,630 in one lone theater. Night Moves was close behind with an average of $12,050 in two theaters. The final $10,000 film was Elena with $10,341 in one theater. More...

Contest: Sweet Prizes: Winning Announcement

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The winner of our Sweet Prizes contest was determined and it is... More...

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It was a mostly good weekend at the box office with Maleficent earning first place with nearly $70 million, which was on the very high end of expectations. On the other hand, A Million Ways to Die in the West failed to match the low end of expectations. Overall, the box office pulled in $165 million, which is 11% lower than last weekend. That's not bad for a post-holiday weekend. Compared to last year, the box office was higher, albeit by 0.6%, which is much lower than ticket price inflation. Considering I thought it would be worse than this, I'm calling a 0.6% increase a victory. Year-to-date, 2014 remains ahead of 2013, but by $133 million or 3.3% at $4.16 billion to $4.02 billion. If June is as bad as May, then 2014 could slip behind 2013 entirely. More...

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Maleficent poster

The weekend after a long weekend is never the best time of year to release a new movie, but at this point, summer vacation has begun for a lot of people, so both new releases should still have a lot of potential at the box office. Maleficent is the origin story for the villain from Sleeping Beauty. It should earn first place with ease. A Million Ways to Die in the West is the latest from Seth MacFarlane, but it is not earning as much praise as Ted did and its box office chances are not as strong as a result. The box office will certainly be lower than it was last weekend. However, we are more concerned with the comparison with last year. This weekend last year, there were two wide releases, Now You See Me and After Earth, but neither opened with more than $30 million. Granted, Fast and Furious 6 earned $35 million over the weekend, but that's still lower than usual for a number one film during summer weekend. The top three films this weekend should be better than the top three films last weekend, but I think 2014's depth will hurt it in the year-over-year comparison.

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Contest: Sweet Prizes

Maleficent poster

Next weekend, Maleficent and A Million Ways to Die in the West both open wide and while I think both will be hits, Maleficent is tracking better than the competition. As such, it is the clear choice for the target film for this week's box office prediction contest. In order to win, one must simply predict the opening weekend box office number for Maleficent.

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Whoever comes the closest to predicting the film's opening 3-day weekend box office (Friday to Sunday), regardless if they go over or not, will win a TWIX Bites Movie Prize Pack including a $15 gift card for Fandango, as well as two 2.83-ounce sharing size and one 7.0-ounce resealable stand-up pouch. Entries must be received by 10 a.m., Pacific Time on Friday to be eligible, so don't delay! More...

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It has been a great year so far and April was again a strong month. The box office was led by Captain America: The Winter Soldier, as it became the second film of the year to reach $200 million, while Rio 2 is on pace to become the seventh $100 million hit of the year. Big picture, 2014 has already hit $3 billion, which isn't a record for this time of the year, but it is $250 million ahead of 2013. That streak ends in May. Don't get me wrong. There are six films opening this month that at least have a shot at $100 million and two of those should earn more than $200 million and there are two others that at least have a shot at that milestone. Leading the way is The Amazing Spider-Man 2, which is looking to top The Winter Soldier and become the second biggest hit of the year so far. Its main competition this month is X-men: Days of Future Past, while Godzilla also has a shot at $200 million. Unfortunately, this month last year, Iron Man 3 earned more than $400 million, while two other films took in $200 million and seven films in total reached the century mark. That is going to be really hard to replicate this year and 2014 will likely lose some of its lead over 2013. Fortunately, 2014 has such a big lead that unless the box office really slumps, it will end the month with at least a small lead over 2013. More...

Cast

Angelina Jolie    Maleficent
Sharlto Copley    Stefan
Elle Fanning    Princess Aurora
Sam Riley    Diaval
Imelda Staunton    Knotgrass
Juno Temple    Thistlewit
Lesley Manville    Flittle
Brenton Thwaites    Prince Philip
Kenneth Cranham    King Henry
Sarah Flind    Princess Leila's Handmaiden
Hannah New    Princess Leila
Isobelle Molloy    Young Maleficent
Michael Higgins    Young Stefan
Ella Purnell    Teen Maleficent
Jackson Bews    Teen Stefan
Angus Wright    Advisor to King Henry
Oliver Maltman    Advisor to King Henry
Gary Cargill    Nobleman
John O'Toole    Nobleman
Harry Attwell    Nobleman
Anthony May    Nobleman
James Hicks    Military Nobleman
Stephan Chase    General
Mark Caven    General
Chris Leaney    Servant in Wing Room
Jamie Maclachlan    Soldier in Wood
Shaun Smith    Soldier in Wood
Vivienne Jolie-Pitt    Aurora (5 Years)
Eleanor Worthington-Cox    Aurora (8 Years)
John MacMillan    Captain
Tim Treloar    Farmer
Peter G. Reed    Voice of Guard
Marama Corlett    Servant
Liam McKenna    King Henry's Captain
Steven Cree    Overseer
Janet McTeer    Narrator

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Robert Stromberg
Screenwriter    Linda Woolverton
Producer    Joe Roth
Executive Producer    Angelina Jolie
Executive Producer    Don Hahn
Executive Producer    Palak Patel
Executive Producer    Matthew Smith
Executive Producer    Sarah Bradshaw
Director of Photography    Dean Semler
Production Designer    Gary Freeman
Production Designer    Dylan Cole
Editor    Chris Lebenzon
Editor    Richard Pearson
Costume Designer    Anna B. Sheppard
Composer    James Newton Howard
Senior Visual Effects Supervisor    Carey Villegas
Story Creator    Charles Perrault
Casting Director    Lucy Bevan
Unit Production Manager    Sarah Bradshaw
Unit Production Manager    Simone Goodridge
First Assistant Director    Richard Whelan
Second Assistant Director    Samar Pollitt
Visual Effects Producer    Barrie Hemsley
Associate Producer    Lori Korngiebel
Associate Producer    Zack Roth
Visual Effects Supervisor    Adam Valdez
Visual Effects Supervisor    Seth Maury
Visual Effects Supervisor    Kelly Port
Supervising Sound Editor    Frank Eulner
Supervising Sound Editor    Tim Nielsen
Re-recording Mixer    Gary A. Rizzo
Re-recording Mixer    David Parker
Stunt Coordinator    Eunice Huthart
Production Supervisor    Donald Sabourin
Supervising Art Director    Frank Walsh
Senior Art Director    David Allday
Senior Art Director    Robert Cowper
Art Director    Phil Sims
Art Director    Elaine Kusmishko
Assistant Art Director    Tom Whitehead
Assistant Art Director    Anthony Caron-Delion
First Assistant Editor    Christine Kim
First Assistant Editor    Sean Thompson
Sound Designer    Tim Nielsen
Sound Effects Editor    J.R. Grubbs
Sound Effects Editor    Kyrsten Mate
Sound Effects Editor    David Chrastka
Dialogue Editor    Marshall Winn
Dialogue Editor    Brad Semenoff
Foley Mixer    Chris Manning
Foley Mixer    Frank Aglieri-Rinella
Assistant Re-Recording Mixer    Tony Sereno
Assistant Re-Recording Mixer    Kevin Bolen
Score Mixer    Shawn Murphy
Score Recordist    Lewis Jones
Second Unit Director    Cedric Nicolas-Troyan

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2014/05/30 1 $24,297,459   3,948 $6,154   $24,297,459 1
2014/05/31 1 $25,750,641 +6% 3,948 $6,522   $50,048,100 2
2014/06/01 1 $19,383,198 -25% 3,948 $4,910   $69,431,298 3
2014/06/02 1 $6,207,742 -68% 3,948 $1,572   $75,639,040 4
2014/06/03 1 $7,196,208 +16% 3,948 $1,823   $82,835,248 5
2014/06/04 1 $5,612,603 -22% 3,948 $1,422   $88,447,851 6
2014/06/05 1 $5,399,117 -4% 3,948 $1,368   $93,846,968 7
2014/06/06 3 $10,189,870 +89% 3,948 $2,581   $104,036,838 8
2014/06/07 1 $13,463,278 +32% 3,948 $3,410   $117,500,116 9
2014/06/08 1 $10,675,116 -21% 3,948 $2,704   $128,175,232 10
2014/06/09 2 $4,047,865 -62% 3,948 $1,025   $132,223,097 11
2014/06/10 2 $4,712,585 +16% 3,948 $1,194   $136,935,682 12
2014/06/11 2 $3,986,901 -15% 3,948 $1,010   $140,922,583 13
2014/06/12 2 $3,593,949 -10% 3,948 $910   $144,516,532 14
2014/06/13 4 $5,848,429 +63% 3,623 $1,614   $150,364,961 15
2014/06/14 3 $7,311,521 +25% 3,623 $2,018   $157,676,482 16
2014/06/15 4 $5,345,047 -27% 3,623 $1,475   $163,021,529 17
2014/06/16 4 $2,269,929 -58% 3,623 $627   $165,291,458 18
2014/06/17 3 $2,841,610 +25% 3,623 $784   $168,133,068 19
2014/06/18 3 $2,393,514 -16% 3,623 $661   $170,526,582 20
2014/06/19 3 $2,441,986 +2% 3,623 $674   $172,968,568 21
2014/06/20 5 $3,999,121 +64% 3,450 $1,159   $176,967,689 22
2014/06/21 - $5,250,652 +31% 3,450 $1,522   $182,218,341 23
2014/06/22 - $3,660,993 -30% 3,450 $1,061   $185,879,334 24
2014/06/23 4 $1,748,844 -52% 3,450 $507   $187,628,178 25
2014/06/24 4 $2,315,415 +32% 3,450 $671   $189,943,593 26
2014/06/25 3 $1,941,335 -16% 3,450 $563   $191,884,928 27
2014/06/26 3 $1,748,462 -10% 3,450 $507   $193,633,390 28
2014/06/27 5 $2,598,651 +49% 3,073 $846   $196,232,041 29
2014/06/28 5 $3,307,493 +27% 3,073 $1,076   $199,539,534 30
2014/06/29 5 $2,470,530 -25% 3,073 $804   $202,010,064 31
2014/06/30 4 $1,441,486 -42% 3,073 $469   $203,451,550 32
2014/07/01 4 $1,574,353 +9% 3,073 $512   $205,025,903 33
2014/07/02 7 $1,205,106 -23% 2,443 $493   $206,231,009 34
2014/07/03 7 $1,529,479 +27% 2,389 $640   $207,760,488 35
2014/07/04 7 $1,831,444 +20% 2,389 $767   $209,591,932 36
2014/07/05 7 $2,434,384 +33% 2,389 $1,019   $212,026,316 37
2014/07/06 7 $1,893,348 -22% 2,389 $793   $213,919,664 38
2014/07/07 7 $951,353 -50% 2,389 $398   $214,871,017 39
2014/07/08 7 $1,149,336 +21% 2,389 $481   $216,020,353 40
2014/07/09 7 $905,965 -21% 2,389 $379   $216,926,318 41
2014/07/10 7 $898,490 -1% 2,389 $376   $217,824,808 42
2014/07/11 8 $1,253,469 +40% 2,077 $603   $219,078,277 43
2014/07/12 8 $1,673,731 +34% 2,077 $806   $220,752,008 44
2014/07/13 8 $1,253,386 -25% 2,077 $603   $222,005,394 45
2014/07/14 7 $711,507 -43% 2,077 $343   $222,716,901 46
2014/07/15 7 $981,579 +38% 2,077 $473   $223,698,480 47
2014/07/16 7 $787,826 -20% 2,077 $379   $224,486,306 48
2014/07/17 7 $578,929 -27% 2,077 $279   $225,065,235 49
2014/07/18 10 $966,912 +67% 1,541 $627   $226,032,147 50
2014/07/19 9 $1,351,642 +40% 1,541 $877   $227,383,789 51
2014/07/20 10 $919,659 -32% 1,541 $597   $228,303,448 52
2014/07/21 10 $460,426 -50% 1,541 $299   $228,763,874 53
2014/07/22 10 $565,817 +23% 1,541 $367   $229,329,691 54
2014/07/23 10 $512,892 -9% 1,541 $333   $229,842,583 55
2014/07/24 10 $496,601 -3% 1,541 $322   $230,339,184 56
2014/07/25 13 $542,794 +9% 1,077 $504   $230,881,978 57
2014/07/26 13 $721,551 +33% 1,077 $670   $231,603,529 58
2014/07/27 13 $570,893 -21% 1,077 $530   $232,174,422 59
2014/07/28 - $341,122 -40% 1,077 $317   $232,515,544 60
2014/07/29 - $363,091 +6% 1,077 $337   $232,878,635 61
2014/07/30 12 $305,987 -16% 1,077 $284   $233,184,622 62
2014/07/31 - $283,509 -7% 1,077 $263   $233,468,131 63
2014/08/01 12 $360,968 +27% 681 $530   $233,829,099 64
2014/08/02 12 $521,163 +44% 681 $765   $234,350,262 65
2014/08/03 12 $390,211 -25% 681 $573   $234,740,473 66
2014/08/04 13 $211,851 -46% 681 $311   $234,952,324 67
2014/08/05 - $216,940 +2% 681 $319   $235,169,264 68
2014/08/06 13 $181,037 -17% 681 $266   $235,350,301 69
2014/08/07 12 $164,673 -9% 681 $242   $235,514,974 70
2014/08/08 15 $168,188 +2% 370 $455   $235,683,162 71
2014/08/09 16 $227,105 +35% 370 $614   $235,910,267 72
2014/08/10 16 $143,401 -37% 370 $388   $236,053,668 73
2014/08/11 15 $90,898 -37% 370 $246   $236,144,566 74
2014/08/12 16 $110,543 +22% 370 $299   $236,255,109 75
2014/08/13 17 $85,998 -22% 325 $265   $236,341,107 76
2014/08/14 16 $71,362 -17% 325 $220   $236,412,469 77

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2014/05/30 1 $69,431,298   3,948 $17,586   $69,431,298 3
2014/06/06 2 $34,328,264 -51% 3,948 $8,695   $128,175,232 10
2014/06/13 3 $18,504,997 -46% 3,623 $5,108   $163,021,529 17
2014/06/20 5 $12,910,766 -30% 3,450 $3,742   $185,879,334 24
2014/06/27 5 $8,376,674 -35% 3,073 $2,726   $202,010,064 31
2014/07/04 7 $6,159,176 -26% 2,389 $2,578   $213,919,664 38
2014/07/11 8 $4,180,586 -32% 2,077 $2,013   $222,005,394 45
2014/07/18 10 $3,238,213 -23% 1,541 $2,101   $228,303,448 52
2014/07/25 13 $1,835,238 -43% 1,077 $1,704   $232,174,422 59
2014/08/01 14 $1,272,342 -31% 681 $1,868   $234,740,473 66
2014/08/08 18 $538,694 -58% 370 $1,456   $236,053,668 73
2014/08/15 23 $369,281 -31% 244 $1,513   $236,781,750 80
2014/08/22 20 $591,073 +60% 344 $1,718   $237,602,294 87
2014/08/29 19 $879,699 +49% 338 $2,603   $238,721,001 94
2014/09/05 24 $422,207 -52% 322 $1,311   $239,251,615 101
2014/09/19 25 $270,147   283 $955   $240,069,747 115
2014/09/26 24 $219,582 -19% 260 $845   $240,366,802 122
2014/10/03 27 $169,365 -23% 212 $799   $240,603,119 129
2014/10/10 32 $149,638 -12% 194 $771   $240,810,487 136
2014/10/17 35 $106,071 -29% 157 $676   $240,978,399 143

Maleficent

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