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Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children (2016)

Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children
Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $86,390,290Details
International Box Office $185,499,329Details
Worldwide Box Office $271,889,619
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Synopsis

When Jake discovers clues to a mystery that spans alternate realities and times, he uncovers a secret refuge known as Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children. As he learns about the residents and their unusual abilities, Jake realizes that safety is an illusion, and danger lurks in the form of powerful, hidden enemies. Jake must figure out who is real, who can be trusted, and who he really is.

Metrics

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Movie Details

Production Budget:$110,000,000
Domestic Releases: September 30th, 2016 (Wide) by 20th Century Fox
International Releases: September 21st, 2016 (Wide), released as Miss Peregrine's Home For Peculiar Children (South Korea)
September 29th, 2016 (Wide) (Netherlands)
September 30th, 2016 (Wide), released as Miss Peregrine's Home For Peculiar Children (Australia)
September 30th, 2016 (Wide) (Brazil)
September 30th, 2016 (Wide), released as Домът на Мис Перигрин за чудати деца (Bulgaria)
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Video Release: December 13th, 2016 by Fox Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for intense sequences of fantasy action/violence and peril.
(Rating bulletin 2438 (Cert #50310), 8/17/2016)
Running Time: 126 minutes
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Keywords: Young Adult Book Adaptation, Boarding School, Orphanage, Mutants, Prophetic Dreams, Good vs. Evil
Source:Based on Fiction Book/Short Story
Genre:Adventure
Production Method:Animation/Live Action
Creative Type:Fantasy
Production Companies: Twentieth Century Fox, Chernin Entertainment, Big Screen Prods, TSG Entertainment
Production Countries: United States

Ranking on other Records and Milestones

RecordRankRevenueChart
Date
Days In
Release
Biggest 10th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,580 $166,413 Dec 2, 2016 66
Biggest 9th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,550 $234,445 Nov 25, 2016 59
Biggest 8th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,482 $375,818 Nov 18, 2016 52
Biggest 7th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,010 $1,213,376 Nov 11, 2016 45
Biggest 6th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 989 $2,050,229 Nov 4, 2016 38
Biggest 5th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 715 $4,073,674 Oct 28, 2016 31
Biggest 4th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 712 $5,894,943 Oct 21, 2016 24
Biggest 3rd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 666 $8,959,739 Oct 14, 2016 17
Biggest 2nd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 564 $15,141,789 Oct 7, 2016 10
Biggest October Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 125 $15,141,789 Oct 7, 2016 10
Fastest Movies to Earn $50 Million at the Domestic Box Office 562 $51,195,272 Oct 7, 2016 10
Biggest Sunday at the Domestic Box Office 711 $7,824,396 Oct 2, 2016 3
Biggest Opening Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 501 $28,871,140 Sep 30, 2016 3
Biggest September Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 18 $28,871,140 Sep 30, 2016 3
Biggest Weekends at the Domestic Box Office 731 $28,871,140 Sep 30, 2016 3
Widest Opening Weekend 298 3,522 Sep 30, 2016 3
Biggest October Day at the Domestic Box Office 50 $12,004,974 Oct 1, 2016 2
Biggest Saturday at the Domestic Box Office 616 $12,004,974 Oct 1, 2016 2
Biggest Friday at the Domestic Box Office 771 $9,041,770 Sep 30, 2016 1
Biggest September Day at the Domestic Box Office 58 $9,041,770 Sep 30, 2016 1

Cast

   Miss Peregrine
   Jake
   Frank
   Dr. Golan
   Ornithologist
   Abe
   Emma
   Miss Avocet
   Barron
Finlay Macmillan    Enoch
Lauren McCrostie    Olive
Hayden Keeler Stone    Horace
Georgia Pemberton    Fiona
Milo Parker    Hugh
Raffiella Chapman    Claire
Pixie Davies    Bronwyn
Joseph Odwell    Twin #1
Thomas Odwell    Twin #2
Cameron King    Millard
Louis Davison    Victor
Kim Dickens    Jake's Mom
O-Lan Jones    Shelley
Aiden Flowers    10 Year Old Jake
Nicholas Oteri    6 Year Old Jake
Helen Day    Miss Edwards
Philip Philmar    Mr. Archer
Jack Brady    Mr. Clark
Scott Handy    Mr. Gleeson
Jennifer Jarackas    Aunt Susie
George Vricos    Uncle Bobby
Brooke Jaye Taylor    Aunt Judy
Cameron Greco    Prettiest Teen Boy
Ella Wahlestedt    Prettiest Teen Girl
Andrew Fibkins    Cousin Twin #1
Jack Fibkins    Cousin Twin #2
Nicholas Amer    Oggie
Ioan Hefin    Kev
Shaun Thomas    Dylan
Justin Davies    Worm
Nicholas McGaughey    40's Bartender
Lynn Hunter    40's First Woman
Ben Roberts    40's First Old Man
Dafydd Hywel    Isle — Farmer
Sophia Tailor    Little Girl
Harry Taylor    Ride Operator
Dan Mersh    2016 Policeman #1
James Kermack    2016 Policeman #2
Steve Money    Burley Bloke
Christine Dalby    Uneasy Woman
Badria Timimi    Police Woman
Willow Nash    Additional Voice
Redd Pepper    Additional Voice
James Daniel Wilson    Additional Voice

Production and Technical Credits

Director   
Screenwriter    Jane Goldman
Based on the novel 'Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children' by    Ransom Riggs
Producer    Peter Chernin
Producer    Jenno Topping
Executive Producer    Derek Frey
Executive Producer    Katterli Frauenfelder
Executive Producer    Nigel Gostelow
Executive Producer    Ivana Lombardi
Director of Photography    Bruno Delbonnel
Production Designer    Gavin Bocquet
Editor    Chris Lebenzon
Costume Designer    Colleen Atwood
Composer    Mike Higham
Composer    Matthew Margeson
Stunt Coordinator    Rowley Irlam
Make-up and Hair Designer    Paul Gooch
Supervising Location Manager    David Pinnington
Post-Production Supervisor    Katie Reynolds
Post-Production Supervisor    Jessie Thiele Schroeder
Sound Mixer    Tony Dawe
Set Decorator    Elli Griff
Script Supervisor    Nikki Clapp
Script Supervisor    Lizzie Pritchard
Special Effects Consulting Supervisor    Neil Corbould
Co-Special Effects Supervisor    Hayley Williams
Supervising Art Director    Peter Russell
Art Director    Phil Harvey
Art Director    Roderick McLean
Art Director    Mark Scruton
Art Director    Monica Alberte
Set Decorator    Monica Alberte
Second Assistant Director (Floor)    Stewart Hamilton
Second Assistant Director (Crowd)    Nick Laurence
First Assistant Editor    Keith Mason
Assistant Editor    Nick Davis
Supervising Sound Editor    Bjorn Ole Schroeder
Re-recording Mixer    Michael Semanick
Re-recording Mixer    Juan Peralta
Costume Supervisor    Cheryl Beasley Blackwell
Sound Designer/FX Editor    Samir Foco
Sound Designer/FX Editor    Nick Adams
Sound Designer/FX Editor    Tim Nielsen
Dialogue/ADR Editor    Robert Killick
Foley Mixer    Glen Gathard
Music Editor    Peter Clarke
Visual Effects Supervisor    Andrew Lockley
Visual Effects Supervisor    Ollie Rankin
Visual Effects Supervisor    Jelmer Boskma
Visual Effects Producer    Oliver Money
Visual Effects Producer    Marcus Goodwin
Visual Effects Producer    Janet Yale
Animation Supervisor    Robyn Luckham
Animation Supervisor    Stephen Enticott
Visual Effects Supervisor    Dominic Parker
Visual Effects Executive Producer    Rachael Penfold

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October 18th, 2016

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International Box Office: Peregrine Takes Down its Prey with $42.5 million

October 12th, 2016

Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children

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October 11th, 2016

The Girl on the Train

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International Box Office: Peculiar Powers Its Way to the Top with $37.4 million

October 5th, 2016

Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children

Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children debuted in first place internationally with $37.4 million in 59 markets. The film’s biggest market was South Korea, where it earned second place with $4.43 million on 810 screens over the weekend for a total of $5.30 million. It also earned $4.43 million in 558 theaters in the U.K., which was also enough for second place in that market. The film had nearly identical results in both Mexico ($3.61 million) and in Australia ($3.07 million). The film cost $110 million to make, so it will need to make about $250 million internationally to have any real chance of breaking even in the short term. It is too soon to tell if that will happen. We will need to see more results from other markets, and more importantly, we will need to see the film’s legs as well. More...

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October 4th, 2016

Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children

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September 29th, 2016

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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
2016/09/30 1 $28,871,140   3,522 $8,197   $28,871,140 3
2016/10/07 2 $15,141,789 -48% 3,705 $4,087   $51,195,272 10
2016/10/14 4 $8,959,739 -41% 3,835 $2,336   $65,892,528 17
2016/10/21 6 $5,894,943 -34% 3,133 $1,882   $74,326,778 24
2016/10/28 7 $4,073,674 -31% 2,797 $1,456   $79,977,854 31
2016/11/04 10 $2,050,229 -50% 1,710 $1,199   $83,284,618 38
2016/11/11 14 $1,213,376 -41% 955 $1,271   $85,160,483 45
2016/11/18 19 $375,818 -69% 464 $810   $85,763,459 52
2016/11/25 22 $234,445 -38% 215 $1,090   $86,155,842 59
2016/12/02 24 $166,413 -29% 233 $714   $86,379,832 66

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2016/09/30 1 $9,041,770   3,523 $2,566   $9,041,770 1
2016/10/01 1 $12,004,974 +33% 3,523 $3,408   $21,046,744 2
2016/10/02 1 $7,824,396 -35% 3,523 $2,221   $28,871,140 3
2016/10/03 1 $2,163,204 -72% 3,523 $614   $31,034,344 4
2016/10/04 1 $2,363,206 +9% 3,523 $671   $33,397,550 5
2016/10/05 2 $1,342,097 -43% 3,523 $381   $34,739,647 6
2016/10/06 2 $1,313,836 -2% 3,523 $373   $36,053,483 7
2016/10/07 2 $3,951,961 +201% 3,705 $1,067   $40,005,444 8
2016/10/08 2 $6,631,979 +68% 3,705 $1,790   $46,637,423 9
2016/10/09 2 $4,557,849 -31% 3,705 $1,230   $51,195,272 10
2016/10/10 2 $2,300,515 -50% 3,705 $621   $53,495,787 11
2016/10/11 2 $1,434,258 -38% 3,705 $387   $54,930,045 12
2016/10/12 2 $1,145,927 -20% 3,705 $309   $56,075,972 13
2016/10/13 2 $856,817 -25% 3,705 $231   $56,932,789 14
2016/10/14 4 $2,337,307 +173% 3,835 $609   $59,270,096 15
2016/10/15 4 $3,990,607 +71% 3,835 $1,041   $63,260,703 16
2016/10/16 3 $2,631,825 -34% 3,835 $686   $65,892,528 17
2016/10/17 4 $595,117 -77% 3,835 $155   $66,487,645 18
2016/10/18 4 $787,737 +32% 3,835 $205   $67,275,382 19
2016/10/19 4 $530,309 -33% 3,835 $138   $67,805,691 20
2016/10/20 3 $626,144 +18% 3,835 $163   $68,431,835 21
2016/10/21 7 $1,626,078 +160% 3,133 $519   $70,057,913 22
2016/10/22 6 $2,671,404 +64% 3,133 $853   $72,729,317 23
2016/10/23 6 $1,597,461 -40% 3,133 $510   $74,326,778 24
2016/10/24 7 $370,773 -77% 3,133 $118   $74,697,551 25
2016/10/25 7 $491,980 +33% 3,133 $157   $75,189,531 26
2016/10/26 7 $344,261 -30% 3,133 $110   $75,533,792 27
2016/10/27 7 $370,388 +8% 3,133 $118   $75,904,180 28
2016/10/28 8 $1,038,787 +180% 2,797 $371   $76,942,967 29
2016/10/29 7 $1,808,084 +74% 2,797 $646   $78,751,051 30
2016/10/30 6 $1,226,803 -32% 2,797 $439   $79,977,854 31
2016/10/31 7 $403,073 -67% 2,797 $144   $80,380,927 32
2016/11/01 8 $383,734 -5% 2,797 $137   $80,764,661 33
2016/11/02 8 $267,415 -30% 2,797 $96   $81,032,076 34
2016/11/03 8 $202,313 -24% 2,797 $72   $81,234,389 35
2016/11/04 10 $500,090 +147% 1,710 $292   $81,734,479 36
2016/11/05 10 $985,282 +97% 1,710 $576   $82,719,761 37
2016/11/06 10 $564,857 -43% 1,710 $330   $83,284,618 38
2016/11/07 10 $134,009 -76% 1,710 $78   $83,418,627 39
2016/11/08 10 $250,556 +87% 1,710 $147   $83,669,183 40
2016/11/09 10 $121,770 -51% 1,710 $71   $83,790,953 41
2016/11/10 10 $156,154 +28% 1,710 $91   $83,947,107 42
2016/11/11 14 $418,323 +168% 955 $438   $84,365,430 43
2016/11/12 13 $523,567 +25% 955 $548   $84,888,997 44
2016/11/13 14 $271,486 -48% 955 $284   $85,160,483 45
2016/11/14 14 $58,297 -79% 955 $61   $85,218,780 46
2016/11/15 14 $77,749 +33% 955 $81   $85,296,529 47
2016/11/16 14 $54,238 -30% 955 $57   $85,350,767 48
2016/11/17 15 $36,874 -32% 955 $39   $85,387,641 49
2016/11/18 - $98,001 +166% 464 $211   $85,485,642 50
2016/11/19 - $169,047 +72% 464 $364   $85,654,689 51
2016/11/20 - $108,770 -36% 464 $234   $85,763,459 52
2016/11/21 - $45,993 -58% 464 $99   $85,809,452 53
2016/11/22 - $46,341 +1% 464 $100   $85,855,793 54
2016/11/23 - $38,207 -18% 239 $160   $85,894,000 55
2016/11/24 - $27,397 -28% 239 $115   $85,921,397 56
2016/11/25 - $87,905 +221% 215 $409   $86,009,302 57
2016/11/26 - $95,258 +8% 215 $443   $86,104,560 58
2016/11/27 - $51,282 -46% 215 $239   $86,155,842 59
2016/11/28 - $14,027 -73% 215 $65   $86,169,869 60
2016/11/29 - $16,258 +16% 215 $76   $86,186,127 61
2016/11/30 - $14,207 -13% 215 $66   $86,200,334 62
2016/12/01 - $13,085 -8% 215 $61   $86,213,419 63
2016/12/02 - $40,540 +210% 233 $174   $86,253,959 64
2016/12/03 - $75,917 +87% 233 $326   $86,329,876 65
2016/12/04 - $49,956 -34% 233 $214   $86,379,832 66
2016/12/05 - $10,458 -79% 233 $45   $86,390,290 67

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2016/09/30 1 $36,053,483   3,523 $10,234   $36,053,483 7
2016/10/07 2 $20,879,306 -42% 3,705 $5,635   $56,932,789 14
2016/10/14 4 $11,499,046 -45% 3,835 $2,998   $68,431,835 21
2016/10/21 6 $7,472,345 -35% 3,133 $2,385   $75,904,180 28
2016/10/28 7 $5,330,209 -29% 2,797 $1,906   $81,234,389 35
2016/11/04 10 $2,712,718 -49% 1,710 $1,586   $83,947,107 42
2016/11/11 14 $1,440,534 -47% 955 $1,508   $85,387,641 49
2016/11/18 23 $533,756 -63% 239 $2,233   $85,921,397 56
2016/11/25 25 $292,022 -45% 215 $1,358   $86,213,419 63

Box Office Summary Per Territory

Territory Release
Date
Opening
Weekend
Opening
Weekend
Theaters
Maximum
Theaters
Theatrical
Engagements
Total
Box Office
Report
Date
Argentina 10/7/2016 $665,000 0 0 0 $665,000 10/10/2016
Australia 9/30/2016 $3,072,733 380 380 1789 $8,333,431 11/28/2016
Brazil 9/30/2016 $0 0 0 0 $8,300,000 10/17/2016
Bulgaria 9/30/2016 $49,591 0 0 0 $249,091 12/1/2016
China 12/2/2016 $9,990,000 38861 38861 38861 $10,020,000 12/5/2016
Czech Republic 9/30/2016 $300,412 125 125 449 $1,166,598 11/30/2016
France 10/7/2016 $5,500,000 0 0 0 $19,800,000 11/14/2016
Germany 10/7/2016 $2,700,000 0 0 0 $8,100,000 11/7/2016
Lithuania 9/30/2016 $29,599 106 106 326 $110,921 11/30/2016
Mexico 9/30/2016 $3,612,293 0 0 0 $10,182,666 11/2/2016
Netherlands 9/29/2016 $399,749 104 107 671 $1,765,211 11/22/2016
New Zealand 9/30/2016 $390,604 109 109 584 $1,325,192 12/5/2016
Portugal 9/30/2016 $148,646 47 52 228 $535,670 11/24/2016
Russia (CIS) 10/7/2016 $6,626,548 1185 1185 4464 $15,903,444 11/16/2016
Slovakia 9/30/2016 $102,968 67 67 211 $285,172 11/24/2016
Slovenia 9/30/2016 $13,846 9 12 51 $57,027 12/6/2016
South Korea 9/21/2016 $0 0 899 3060 $18,626,425 11/28/2016
Spain 9/30/2016 $2,027,828 438 438 2105 $6,843,145 12/2/2016
Turkey 9/30/2016 $237,299 190 191 692 $927,050 11/10/2016
United Kingdom 9/30/2016 $4,521,386 558 572 3398 $15,229,795 11/16/2016
 
Rest of World $57,073,491
 
International Total$185,499,329 12/6/2016

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