Moonrise Kingdom

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Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $45,512,466Details
International Box Office $18,500,000
Worldwide Box Office $64,012,466
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $7,945,200 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $3,367,520 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $11,312,720
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Synopsis

Set on an island off the coast of New England in the summer of 1965, MOONRISE KINGDOM tells the story of two twelve-year-olds who fall in love, make a secret pact, and run away together into the wilderness. As various authorities try to hunt them down, a violent storm is brewing off-shore -- and the peaceful island community is turned upside down in more ways than anyone can handle.

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics Certified FreshAudience Upright
Critics
94% - Certified Fresh
Audience
86% - Upright

Movie Details

Production Budget:$16,000,000
Theatrical Release: May 25th, 2012 (Limited) by Focus Features
June 29th, 2012 (Expands Wide) by Focus Features
Video Release: October 16th, 2012 by Universal Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for sexual content and smoking.
(Rating bulletin 2205, 1/11/2012)
Keywords: Animated Sequences, Split Screen, Ensemble, Camping, Dysfunctional Family, Missing Person, Runaway, First Love, Romance, Coming of Age, Infidelity, Foster Family, Orphan, Weather, Character's Journey Shown on Map, Non-Chronological, Intertitle, Prologue, Breaking the Fourth Wall, Voiceover/Narration
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Drama
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Historical Fiction
Production Companies: Focus Features, Indian Paintbrush, Empirical Picture

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Cast

Bruce Willis    Captain Sharp
Edward Norton    Scout Master Ward
Bill Murray    Mr. Bishop
Frances McDormand    Mrs. Bishop
Tilda Swinton    Social Services
Jason Schwartzman    Cousin Ben
Bob Balaban    Narrator
Kara Hayward    Suzy Bishop
Jared Gilman    Sam Shakusky

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Wes Anderson
Screenwriter    Wes Anderson
Producer    Wes Anderson
Screenwriter    Roman Coppola
Producer    Scott Rudin
Producer    Steven Rales
Producer    Jeremy Dawson
Executive Producer    Sam Hoffman
Executive Producer    Mark Roybal
Director of Photography    Robert Yeoman
Production Designer    Adam Stockhausen
Editor    Andrew Weisblum
Composer    Alexandre Desplat
Costume Designer    Kasia Walicka Maimone

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2012/05/25 - $172,329   4 $43,082   $172,329 1
2012/05/26 - $178,224 +3% 4 $44,556   $350,553 2
2012/05/27 - $172,443 -3% 4 $43,111   $522,996 3
2012/05/28 - $163,183 -5% 4 $40,796   $686,179 4
2012/05/29 - $61,078 -63% 4 $15,270   $747,257 5
2012/05/30 - $56,724 -7% 4 $14,181   $803,981 6
2012/05/31 - $56,231 -1% 4 $14,058   $860,212 7
2012/06/01 - $249,115 +343% 16 $15,570   $1,109,327 8
2012/06/02 - $353,449 +42% 16 $22,091   $1,462,776 9
2012/06/03 - $274,317 -22% 16 $17,145   $1,737,093 10
2012/06/04 11 $118,844 -57% 16 $7,428   $1,855,937 11
2012/06/05 11 $116,209 -2% 16 $7,263   $1,972,146 12
2012/06/06 11 $103,860 -11% 16 $6,491   $2,076,006 13
2012/06/07 11 $95,325 -8% 16 $5,958   $2,171,331 14
2012/06/08 10 $466,252 +389% 96 $4,857   $2,637,583 15
2012/06/09 10 $637,224 +37% 96 $6,638   $3,274,807 16
2012/06/10 10 $456,194 -28% 96 $4,752   $3,731,001 17
2012/06/11 10 $195,110 -57% 96 $2,032   $3,926,111 18
2012/06/12 10 $232,242 +19% 96 $2,419   $4,158,353 19
2012/06/13 10 $230,266 -1% 96 $2,399   $4,388,619 20
2012/06/14 10 $213,117 -7% 96 $2,220   $4,601,736 21
2012/06/15 9 $611,893 +187% 178 $3,438   $5,213,629 22
2012/06/16 9 $921,459 +51% 178 $5,177   $6,135,088 23
2012/06/17 8 $704,374 -24% 178 $3,957   $6,839,462 24
2012/06/18 8 $332,795 -53% 178 $1,870   $7,172,257 25
2012/06/19 9 $357,130 +7% 178 $2,006   $7,529,387 26
2012/06/20 9 $350,740 -2% 178 $1,970   $7,880,127 27
2012/06/21 9 $339,271 -3% 178 $1,906   $8,219,398 28
2012/06/22 11 $1,006,546 +197% 395 $2,548   $9,225,944 29
2012/06/23 11 $1,391,157 +38% 395 $3,522   $10,617,101 30
2012/06/24 11 $996,727 -28% 395 $2,523   $11,613,828 31
2012/06/25 10 $488,580 -51% 395 $1,237   $12,102,408 32
2012/06/26 11 $501,686 +3% 395 $1,270   $12,604,094 33
2012/06/27 10 $460,213 -8% 395 $1,165   $13,064,307 34
2012/06/28 10 $474,810 +3% 395 $1,202   $13,539,117 35
2012/06/29 8 $1,386,343 +192% 854 $1,623   $14,925,460 36
2012/06/30 8 $2,014,428 +45% 854 $2,359   $16,939,888 37
2012/07/01 8 $1,526,066 -24% 854 $1,787   $18,465,954 38
2012/07/02 9 $707,266 -54% 854 $828   $19,173,220 39
2012/07/03 7 $873,416 +23% 854 $1,023   $20,046,636 40
2012/07/04 7 $1,368,082 +57% 854 $1,602   $21,414,718 41
2012/07/05 8 $847,076 -38% 854 $992   $22,261,794 42
2012/07/06 9 $1,358,291 +60% 884 $1,537   $23,620,085 43
2012/07/07 9 $1,925,919 +42% 884 $2,179   $25,546,004 44
2012/07/08 9 $1,234,985 -36% 884 $1,397   $26,780,989 45
2012/07/09 9 $478,573 -61% 884 $541   $27,259,562 46
2012/07/10 9 $528,688 +10% 884 $598   $27,788,250 47
2012/07/11 9 $492,177 -7% 884 $557   $28,280,427 48
2012/07/12 9 $498,068 +1% 884 $563   $28,778,495 49
2012/07/13 10 $1,044,576 +110% 924 $1,130   $29,823,071 50
2012/07/14 8 $1,537,841 +47% 924 $1,664   $31,360,912 51
2012/07/15 10 $1,122,090 -27% 924 $1,214   $32,483,002 52
2012/07/16 10 $435,875 -61% 924 $472   $32,918,877 53
2012/07/17 10 $530,119 +22% 924 $574   $33,448,996 54
2012/07/18 10 $437,232 -18% 924 $473   $33,886,228 55
2012/07/19 10 $370,260 -15% 924 $401   $34,256,488 56
2012/07/20 9 $557,185 +50% 895 $623   $34,813,673 57
2012/07/21 9 $747,691 +34% 895 $835   $35,561,364 58
2012/07/22 9 $526,595 -30% 895 $588   $36,087,959 59
2012/07/23 9 $263,474 -50% 895 $294   $36,351,433 60
2012/07/24 9 $303,995 +15% 895 $340   $36,655,428 61
2012/07/25 9 $259,437 -15% 895 $290   $36,914,865 62
2012/07/26 9 $291,634 +12% 895 $326   $37,206,499 63
2012/07/27 11 $363,494 +25% 853 $426   $37,569,993 64
2012/07/28 10 $622,825 +71% 853 $730   $38,192,818 65
2012/07/29 10 $448,585 -28% 853 $526   $38,641,403 66
2012/07/30 10 $202,058 -55% 853 $237   $38,843,461 67
2012/07/31 10 $246,776 +22% 853 $289   $39,090,237 68
2012/08/01 10 $224,050 -9% 853 $263   $39,314,287 69
2012/08/02 10 $224,757 n/c 853 $263   $39,539,044 70
2012/08/03 11 $328,773 +46% 687 $479   $39,867,817 71
2012/08/04 11 $530,567 +61% 687 $772   $40,398,384 72
2012/08/05 11 $380,743 -28% 687 $554   $40,779,127 73
2012/08/06 11 $167,431 -56% 687 $244   $40,946,558 74
2012/08/07 11 $184,128 +10% 687 $268   $41,130,686 75
2012/08/08 13 $166,156 -10% 687 $242   $41,296,842 76
2012/08/09 13 $163,556 -2% 687 $238   $41,460,398 77
2012/08/10 - $178,226 +9% 447 $399   $41,638,624 78
2012/08/11 - $263,582 +48% 447 $590   $41,902,206 79
2012/08/12 - $172,586 -35% 447 $386   $42,074,792 80
2012/08/13 - $91,420 -47% 447 $205   $42,166,212 81
2012/08/14 - $100,570 +10% 447 $225   $42,266,782 82
2012/08/15 - $96,066 -4% 447 $215   $42,362,848 83
2012/08/16 - $99,960 +4% 447 $224   $42,462,808 84
2012/08/17 - $141,261 +41% 282 $501   $42,604,069 85
2012/08/18 - $212,923 +51% 282 $755   $42,816,992 86
2012/08/19 - $149,201 -30% 282 $529   $42,966,193 87
2012/08/20 - $72,070 -52% 282 $256   $43,038,263 88
2012/08/21 - $75,526 +5% 282 $268   $43,113,789 89
2012/08/22 - $78,929 +5% 282 $280   $43,192,718 90
2012/08/23 - $77,050 -2% 282 $273   $43,269,768 91
2012/08/24 - $113,307 +47% 332 $341   $43,383,075 92
2012/08/25 - $177,484 +57% 332 $535   $43,560,559 93
2012/08/26 - $111,138 -37% 332 $335   $43,671,697 94
2012/08/27 - $48,541 -56% 332 $146   $43,720,238 95
2012/08/28 - $49,453 +2% 332 $149   $43,769,691 96
2012/08/29 - $45,367 -8% 332 $137   $43,815,058 97
2012/08/30 - $48,010 +6% 332 $145   $43,863,068 98
2012/08/31 - $80,325 +67% 197 $408   $43,943,393 99
2012/09/01 - $126,721 +58% 197 $643   $44,070,114 100
2012/09/02 - $135,324 +7% 197 $687   $44,205,438 101
2012/09/03 - $114,643 -15% 197 $582   $44,320,081 102
2012/09/04 - $32,259 -72% 197 $164   $44,352,340 103
2012/09/05 - $27,196 -16% 197 $138   $44,379,536 104
2012/09/06 - $30,682 +13% 197 $156   $44,410,218 105
2012/09/07 - $63,108 +106% 200 $316   $44,473,326 106
2012/09/08 - $110,110 +74% 200 $551   $44,583,436 107
2012/09/09 - $56,612 -49% 200 $283   $44,640,048 108
2012/09/10 - $21,982 -61% 200 $110   $44,662,030 109
2012/09/11 - $26,900 +22% 200 $135   $44,688,930 110
2012/09/12 - $25,331 -6% 200 $127   $44,714,261 111
2012/09/13 - $27,322 +8% 200 $137   $44,741,583 112
2012/09/14 - $55,374 +103% 157 $353   $44,796,957 113
2012/09/15 - $87,805 +59% 157 $559   $44,884,762 114
2012/09/16 - $46,807 -47% 157 $298   $44,931,569 115
2012/09/17 - $28,091 -40% 157 $179   $44,959,660 116
2012/09/18 - $27,846 -1% 157 $177   $44,987,506 117
2012/09/19 - $22,319 -20% 157 $142   $45,009,825 118
2012/09/20 - $23,919 +7% 157 $152   $45,033,744 119
2012/09/21 - $39,354 +65% 120 $328   $45,073,098 120
2012/09/22 - $56,787 +44% 120 $473   $45,129,885 121
2012/09/23 - $31,738 -44% 120 $264   $45,161,623 122
2012/09/24 - $17,188 -46% 120 $143   $45,178,811 123
2012/09/25 - $15,682 -9% 120 $131   $45,194,493 124
2012/09/26 - $17,746 +13% 120 $148   $45,212,239 125
2012/09/27 - $16,804 -5% 120 $140   $45,229,043 126
2012/09/28 - $18,603 +11% 82 $227   $45,247,646 127
2012/09/29 - $31,029 +67% 82 $378   $45,278,675 128
2012/09/30 - $16,213 -48% 82 $198   $45,294,888 129
2012/10/01 - $5,943 -63% 82 $72   $45,300,831 130
2012/10/02 - $9,623 +62% 82 $117   $45,310,454 131
2012/10/03 - $7,463 -22% 82 $91   $45,317,917 132
2012/10/04 - $9,344 +25% 82 $114   $45,327,261 133
2012/10/05 - $15,348 +64% 92 $167   $45,342,609 134
2012/10/06 - $24,003 +56% 92 $261   $45,366,612 135
2012/10/07 - $15,545 -35% 92 $169   $45,382,157 136
2012/10/08 - $9,693 -38% 92 $105   $45,391,850 137
2012/10/09 - $11,032 +14% 92 $120   $45,402,882 138
2012/10/10 - $5,961 -46% 92 $65   $45,408,843 139
2012/10/11 - $6,805 +14% 92 $74   $45,415,648 140
2012/10/12 - $10,968 +61% 56 $196   $45,426,616 141
2012/10/13 - $16,208 +48% 56 $289   $45,442,824 142
2012/10/14 - $8,497 -48% 56 $152   $45,451,321 143
2012/10/15 - $3,700 -56% 56 $66   $45,455,021 144
2012/10/16 - $4,703 +27% 56 $84   $45,459,724 145
2012/10/17 - $5,244 +12% 56 $94   $45,460,265 146
2012/10/18 - $4,833 -8% 56 $86   $45,465,098 147
2012/10/19 - $6,331 +31% 29 $218   $45,471,429 148
2012/10/20 - $8,250 +30% 29 $284   $45,479,679 149
2012/10/21 - $4,743 -43% 29 $164   $45,484,422 150
2012/10/22 - $1,628 -66% 29 $56   $45,486,050 151
2012/10/23 - $2,966 +82% 29 $102   $45,489,016 152
2012/10/24 - $2,394 -19% 29 $83   $45,496,113 153
2012/10/25 - $2,205 -8% 29 $76   $45,498,318 154
2012/10/26 - $2,944 +34% 15 $196   $45,501,262 155
2012/10/27 - $4,217 +43% 15 $281   $45,505,479 156
2012/10/28 - $2,386 -43% 15 $159   $45,507,865 157
2012/10/29 - $993 -58% 15 $66   $45,508,858 158
2012/10/30 - $1,152 +16% 15 $77   $45,510,010 159
2012/10/31 - $1,121 -3% 15 $75   $45,511,131 160
2012/11/01 - $1,335 +19% 15 $89   $45,512,466 161

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2012/05/25 15 $522,996   4 $130,749   $522,996 3
2012/06/01 13 $876,881 +68% 16 $54,805   $1,737,093 10
2012/06/08 10 $1,559,670 +78% 96 $16,247   $3,731,001 17
2012/06/15 9 $2,237,726 +43% 178 $12,571   $6,839,462 24
2012/06/22 11 $3,394,430 +52% 395 $8,593   $11,613,828 31
2012/06/29 7 $4,926,837 +45% 854 $5,769   $18,465,954 38
2012/07/06 9 $4,519,195 -8% 884 $5,112   $26,780,989 45
2012/07/13 9 $3,704,507 -18% 924 $4,009   $32,483,002 52
2012/07/20 9 $1,831,471 -51% 895 $2,046   $36,087,959 59
2012/07/27 10 $1,434,904 -22% 853 $1,682   $38,641,403 66
2012/08/03 11 $1,240,083 -14% 687 $1,805   $40,779,127 73
2012/08/10 15 $614,394 -50% 447 $1,374   $42,074,792 80
2012/08/17 20 $503,385 -18% 282 $1,785   $42,966,193 87
2012/08/24 23 $401,929 -20% 332 $1,211   $43,671,697 94
2012/08/31 27 $342,370 -15% 197 $1,738   $44,205,438 101
2012/09/07 31 $229,830 -33% 200 $1,149   $44,640,048 108
2012/09/14 37 $189,986 -17% 157 $1,210   $44,931,569 115
2012/09/21 40 $127,879 -33% 120 $1,066   $45,161,623 122
2012/09/28 49 $65,845 -49% 82 $803   $45,294,888 129
2012/10/05 45 $54,896 -17% 92 $597   $45,382,157 136
2012/10/12 48 $35,673 -35% 56 $637   $45,451,321 143
2012/10/19 58 $19,324 -46% 29 $666   $45,484,422 150
2012/10/26 68 $9,547 -51% 15 $636   $45,507,865 157

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
10/21/20128103,519 103,519$1,758,788$1,758,7881
10/28/20122132,815-68% 136,334$654,987$2,413,7752
11/4/20122530,256-8% 166,590$475,019$2,888,7943
11/11/20123025,645-15% 192,235$511,874$3,400,6694
11/18/20123014,392-44% 206,627$215,736$3,616,4055

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
10/21/2012652,338 52,338$1,068,738$1,068,7381
10/28/20121216,725-68% 69,063$396,714$1,465,4522
11/4/20121811,096-34% 80,159$232,139$1,697,5913

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