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Miss Sloane (2016)

Miss Sloane
Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $3,500,605Details
International Box Office $1,176,252Details
Worldwide Box Office $4,676,857
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Synopsis

In the high-stakes world of political power-brokers, Elizabeth Sloane is the most sought-after and formidable lobbyist in D.C. Known equally for her cunning and her track record of success, she has always done whatever is required to win. But when she takes on the most powerful opponent of her career, she finds that winning may come at too high a price.

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Movie Details

Production Budget:$18,000,000
Domestic Releases: November 25th, 2016 (Limited) by EuropaCorp
December 9th, 2016 (Expands Wide) by EuropaCorp
International Releases: January 13th, 2017 (Wide), released as Miss Sloane - Uma Mulher de Armas (Portugal)
February 22nd, 2017 (Wide) (Netherlands)
March 3rd, 2017 (Wide) (Australia)
March 9th, 2017 (Wide) (South Korea)
May 12th, 2017 (Wide) (United Kingdom)
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Video Release: March 14th, 2017 by Fox Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: R for language and some sexuality.
(Rating bulletin 2442 (Cert #50670), 9/14/2016)
Running Time: 132 minutes
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Keywords: Political, Politicians, Political Campaign, Washington, D.C.
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Drama
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: EuropaCorp, FilmNation Entertainment, Archery Pictures, France 2 Cinema, Canal Plus, Cine Plus, France Television
Production Countries: France,
United States

Cast

   Madeline Elizabeth Sloane
Mark Strong    Rodolfo Vittorio Schmidt
Gugu Mbatha-Raw    Esme Manucharian
Alison Pill    Jane Molloy
Michael Stuhlbarg    Pat Connors
Jake Lacy    Forde
Sam Waterston    George Dupont
John Lithgow    Senator Ronald Sperling
David Wilson Barnes    Daniel Posner
Aaron Hale    Spencer
Al Mukadam    Ross
Douglas Smith    Alex
Grace Lynn Kung    Lauren
Noah Robbins    Franklin
Chuck Shamata    Bill Sandford
Raoul Bhaneja    R.M. Dutton
Andrew Moodie    Doctor (V.O)
Kyle Mac    Moore
Austin Strugnell    O’Hara
Zach Smadu    Ramirez
Ennis Esmer    Brian
Meghann Fahy    Clara Thompson
Lucy Owen    Cynthia Green
Angela Vint    Brenda Patterson
Kevin Jubinville    Senator Wallace
Lee Smart    UAPD Fundraiser M.C.
Helen Johns    Lady in White
Anand Rajaram    Dr. Raj Amarasekara/Matthew Kantaria
Rick Campanelli    Reporter
John Gallagher    Radio DJ
Christine Baranski    Evelyn Sumner
Anthony Furey    TV Producer
Rick Roberts    Senator Mandel
Murray Furrow    Parr
Courtenay Stevens    Larsson
Craig Eldridge    Senator Hank Badgley
Sergio Di Zio    Big Sam
Joe Pingue    Little Sam
Dylan Baker    Jon O’Neill
Gurdeep Ahluwalia    News Anchor
Michael Cram    Frank McGill
Jack Murray    Buzz Cut Shooter
Ola Sturik    TV Reporter
Paul McGuire    Talk Show Host
Alex Castillo    Pru Walsh
Doug Murray    Mike Gordon
Greta Onieogou    CKW Junior
David Rosser    Senator at Hearing
James Passero    Hallway Reporter
John Milson    Hallway Reporter

Production and Technical Credits

Director   
Screenwriter    Jonathan Perera
Producer    Ben Browning
Producer    Kris Thykier
Producer    Ariel Zeitoun
Executive Producer    Claude Leger
Executive Producer    Jonathan Vanger
Executive Producer    Patrick Chu
Executive Producer    Aaron Ryder
Line Producer    Olivier Glaas
Line Producer    Whitney K. Brown
First Assistant Director    Andrew Robinson
Composer    Max Richter
Sound Designer    Yves-Marie Omnes
Sound Designer    Francois Fayard
Sound Designer    Bridget O’Driscoll
Sound Designer    Dominique Gaborieau
Costume Designer    Georgina Yarhi
Production Designer    Matthew Davies
Editor    Alexander Berner
Director of Photography    Sebastian Blenkov
Canadian Casting Director    Robin D. Cook
Unit Production Manager    Robin M. Reelis
Script Supervisor    Susan Marucci
Sound Mixer    Yves-Marie Omnes
Casting Associate    Jonathan Oliveira
Casting Assistant    Ashley Gray
Art Director    Mark Steel
First Assistant Art Director    Robert Pilichowski
Set Designer    Dan Norton
Set Decorator    Peter Nicolakakos
Special Effects Supervisor    Jeff Skochko
Make up    Elizabeth Gruszka
Make up    Patricia Keighran
Hairstylist    Cliona Furey
Hairstylist    Cathy Shibley
Location Manager    Jonathan Matthews
Stunt Coordinator    Jean Frenette
Post-Production Supervisor    Amelie Dibon
First Assistant Editor    Kilian Wiedemann
First Assistant Editor    Andrei Lascu
Sound Editor    Francois Fayard
Dialogue Editor    Bridget O’Driscoll
Re-recording Mixer    Dominique Gaborieau
Production Supervisor    Melissa Morgan
Visual Effects Producer    Amelie Poitras
Visual Effects Supervisor    Philippe Thibault
Visual Effects Supervisor    Sebastian Bergeron
Digital Effects Supervisor    Matthew Belbin

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Domestic Cumulative Box Office Records


Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2016/11/25 41 $59,797   3 $19,932   $59,797 3
2016/12/02 40 $44,853 -25% 4 $11,213   $123,889 10
2016/12/09 11 $1,844,972 +4,013% 1,648 $1,120   $1,983,337 17
2016/12/16 16 $448,555 -76% 1,463 $307   $3,188,191 24
2016/12/23 32 $41,221 -91% 67 $615   $3,439,171 31
2016/12/30 44 $23,879 -42% 35 $682   $3,493,636 38

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2016/11/25 - $25,082   3 $8,361   $25,082 1
2016/11/26 - $22,560 -10% 3 $7,520   $47,642 2
2016/11/27 - $12,155 -46% 3 $4,052   $59,797 3
2016/11/28 - $5,207 -57% 3 $1,736   $65,004 4
2016/11/29 - $4,339 -17% 3 $1,446   $69,343 5
2016/11/30 - $5,343 +23% 3 $1,781   $74,686 6
2016/12/01 - $4,350 -19% 3 $1,450   $79,036 7
2016/12/02 - $11,426 +163% 4 $2,857   $90,462 8
2016/12/03 - $21,169 +85% 4 $5,292   $111,631 9
2016/12/04 - $12,258 -42% 4 $3,065   $123,889 10
2016/12/05 - $3,538 -71% 4 $885   $127,427 11
2016/12/06 - $4,234 +20% 4 $1,059   $131,661 12
2016/12/07 - $4,208 -1% 4 $1,052   $135,869 13
2016/12/08 - $2,496 -41% 4 $624   $138,365 14
2016/12/09 10 $657,157 +26,228% 1,648 $399   $795,522 15
2016/12/10 11 $751,651 +14% 1,648 $456   $1,547,173 16
2016/12/11 11 $436,164 -42% 1,648 $265   $1,983,337 17
2016/12/12 10 $190,190 -56% 1,648 $115   $2,173,527 18
2016/12/13 10 $254,625 +34% 1,648 $155   $2,428,152 19
2016/12/14 10 $175,274 -31% 1,648 $106   $2,603,426 20
2016/12/15 11 $136,210 -22% 1,648 $83   $2,739,636 21
2016/12/16 - $128,978 -5% 1,463 $88   $2,868,614 22
2016/12/17 - $187,056 +45% 1,463 $128   $3,055,670 23
2016/12/18 - $132,521 -29% 1,463 $91   $3,188,191 24
2016/12/19 - $81,215 -39% 1,463 $56   $3,269,406 25
2016/12/20 - $84,796 +4% 1,463 $58   $3,354,202 26
2016/12/21 - $20,027 -76% 1,463 $14   $3,374,229 27
2016/12/22 - $23,721 +18% 1,463 $16   $3,397,950 28
2016/12/23 - $18,269 -23% 67 $273   $3,416,219 29
2016/12/24 - $12,539 -31% 67 $187   $3,428,758 30
2016/12/25 - $10,413 -17% 67 $155   $3,439,171 31
2016/12/26 - $9,449 -9% 67 $141   $3,448,620 32
2016/12/27 - $6,211 -34% 67 $93   $3,454,831 33
2016/12/28 - $7,769 +25% 67 $116   $3,462,600 34
2016/12/29 - $7,157 -8% 67 $107   $3,469,757 35
2016/12/30 - $8,027 +12% 35 $229   $3,477,784 36
2016/12/31 - $7,211 -10% 35 $206   $3,484,995 37
2017/01/01 - $8,641 +20% 35 $247   $3,493,636 38
2017/01/02 - $6,969 -19% 35 $199   $3,500,605 39

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2016/11/25 41 $79,036   3 $26,345   $79,036 7
2016/12/02 42 $59,329 -25% 4 $14,832   $138,365 14
2016/12/09 11 $2,601,271 +4,284% 1,648 $1,578   $2,739,636 21
2016/12/16 20 $658,314 -75% 1,463 $450   $3,397,950 28
2016/12/23 40 $71,807 -89% 67 $1,072   $3,469,757 35

Box Office Summary Per Territory

Territory Release
Date
Opening
Weekend
Opening
Weekend
Theaters
Maximum
Theaters
Theatrical
Engagements
Total
Box Office
Report
Date
Australia 3/3/2017 $75,432 53 53 146 $169,383 3/27/2017
Netherlands 2/22/2017 $31,950 29 29 29 $59,696 3/2/2017
Portugal 1/13/2017 $29,803 30 33 88 $75,696 2/16/2017
South Korea 3/9/2017 $0 0 104 241 $335,787 5/24/2017
United Kingdom 5/12/2017 $245,099 219 219 416 $535,690 5/24/2017
 
International Total$1,176,252 5/24/2017

International Cumulative Box Office Records


Worldwide Cumulative Box Office Records


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