Mr. Peabody & Sherman

Mr. Peabody & Sherman poster
Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $111,483,727Details
International Box Office $158,300,000
Worldwide Box Office $269,783,727
Further financial details...

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Synopsis

Mr. Peabody, the most accomplished dog in the world, and his mischievous boy Sherman, use their time machine - The WABAC - to go on the most outrageous adventures known to man or dog. But when Sherman takes The WABAC out for a joyride to impress his friend Penny, they accidentally rip a hole in the universe, wreaking havoc on the most important events in world history. Before they forever alter the past, present and future, Mr. Peabody must come to their rescue, ultimately facing the most daunting challenge of any era: figuring out how to be a parent. Together, the time traveling trio will make their mark on history.

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics
79% - Certified Fresh
Audience
75% - Upright

Movie Details

Production Budget:$145,000,000
Theatrical Release: March 7th, 2014 (Wide) by 20th Century Fox
MPAA Rating: PG for some mild action and brief rude humor.
(Rating bulletin 2305, 1/15/2014)
Keywords: 3-D, Time Travel, Talking Animals, Animal Lead, Single Parent
Source:Based on TV
Genre:Adventure
Production Method:Digital Animation
Creative Type:Kids Fiction

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Mr. Peabody & Sherman poster

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Mr. Peabody & Sherman poster

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Cast

Ty Burrell    Mr. Peabody
Max Charles    Sherman
Lauri Fraser    Marie Antoinette
Guillaume Aretos    Robespierre
Pat Musick    Teacher
Ariel Winter    Penny Peterson
Karan Brar    Mason
Joshua Rush    Carl
Stephen Tobolowsky    Principal Purdy
Allison Janney    Paula Peterson
Dennis Haysbert    Judge
Stephen Colbert    Paul Peterson
Leslie Mann    Patty Peterson
Zach Callison    King Tut
Steve Valentine    Ay
Leila Birch    WABAC Machine
Stanley Tucci    Leonardo da Vinci
Lake Bell    Mona Lisa
Patrick Warburton    Agamemnon
Tom McGrath    Odysseus
Mel Brooks    Albert Einstein
Cullen McCarthy    Kid
Jasper Johannes Andrews    Baby Sherman
Walt Dohrn    French Peasant/Taxi Driver Spartacus
Adam Alexi-Malle    French Peasant
Kim Bubbs    French Peasant
Nicholas Guest    French Peasant
Robert Cait    French Guard
Robert Ben Garant    Egyptian Spectator/Italian Peasant #1
Thomas Lennon    Italian Peasant #2
Rob Minkoff    Creepy Boy
Al Rodrigo    Ajax
Jess Harnell    Abraham Lincoln/George Washington/Bill Clinton/Isaac Newton/New York City Cop

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Rob Minkoff
Producer    Alex Schwartz
Producer    Denise Nolan Cascino
Executive Producer    Tiffany Ward
Executive Producer    Jason Clark
Executive Producer    Eric Ellenbogen
Screenwriter    Craig Wright
Additional Screenplay Materials Provided by:    Michael McCullers
Character Creator    Jay Ward
Composer    Danny Elfman
Editor    Michael Andrews
Story Creator    Walt Dohrn
Production Designer    David James
Visual Effects Supervisor    Philippe Denis
Head of Character Animation    Jason Schleifer
Art Director    Timothy Lamb
Associate Producer    Holly Edwards
Production Manager    Andre Araujo
Production Manager    Matt Pomeroy
Animation Supervisor    Antony Gray
Animation Supervisor    Anthony Hodgson
Animation Supervisor    Bryce McGovern
Animation Supervisor    Robyne Powell
Animation Supervisor    Jason Spencer Gaisworthy
Head of Effects    David Lipton
Supervising Technical Director    Corban Gossett
Character Effects Supervisor    Damon Riesberg
Head of Lighting    Laura Grieve
Lighting Supervisor    Ken Ball
Lighting Supervisor    Annmarie Koenig
Lighting Supervisor    Ronman Yiu Yan Ng
Lighting Supervisor    Milton E. Rodriguez-Rios
Sound Designer    Richard King
Sound Designer    Michael Babcock
Supervising Sound Editor    Richard King
Supervising Sound Editor    Michael Babcock
Re-recording Mixer    Andy Nelson
Re-recording Mixer    Michael Babcock
Casting Director    Leslee Feldman
Casting Director    Christi Soper
Production Supervisor    Scott Tadashi Sakamoto
Story Artist    Justin Hunt
Story Artist    Mark Koetsier
Story Artist    Jenny Lerew
Story Artist    David Lux
Story Artist    Brian Pimental
Story Artist    David Pimentel
Additional Story Artist    Claire Morrissey
Additional Story Artist    Radford Sechrist
Associate Editor    Marcus Taylor
Associate Editor    William Steinberg
First Assistant Editor    Nathan Schauf
First Assistant Editor    John Currin
Assistant Editor    Darrin Ly
Assistant Editor    Nolan Southerland
Assistant Editor    Joe Thygesen
Character Designer    Timothy Lamb
Assistant Director    Tiffany Wu

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2014/03/07 2 $8,018,923   3,934 $2,038   $8,018,923 1
2014/03/08 2 $14,374,771 +79% 3,934 $3,654   $22,393,694 2
2014/03/09 2 $9,813,363 -32% 3,934 $2,495   $32,207,057 3
2014/03/10 2 $2,231,679 -77% 3,934 $567   $34,438,736 4
2014/03/11 2 $2,802,828 +26% 3,934 $712   $37,241,564 5
2014/03/12 2 $2,361,275 -16% 3,934 $600   $39,602,839 6
2014/03/13 2 $2,377,077 +1% 3,934 $604   $41,979,916 7
2014/03/14 3 $5,454,561 +129% 3,951 $1,381   $47,434,477 8
2014/03/15 1 $9,518,316 +75% 3,951 $2,409   $56,952,793 9
2014/03/16 1 $6,836,372 -28% 3,951 $1,730   $63,789,165 10
2014/03/17 2 $1,559,279 -77% 3,951 $395   $65,348,444 11
2014/03/18 2 $1,587,407 +2% 3,951 $402   $66,935,851 12
2014/03/19 2 $1,232,818 -22% 3,951 $312   $68,168,669 13
2014/03/20 2 $1,133,715 -8% 3,951 $287   $69,302,384 14
2014/03/21 4 $2,720,472 +140% 3,607 $754   $72,022,856 15
2014/03/22 3 $5,304,068 +95% 3,607 $1,470   $77,326,924 16
2014/03/23 3 $3,808,018 -28% 3,607 $1,056   $81,134,942 17
2014/03/24 3 $961,653 -75% 3,607 $267   $82,096,595 18
2014/03/25 3 $1,239,757 +29% 3,607 $344   $83,336,352 19
2014/03/26 3 $1,066,214 -14% 3,607 $296   $84,402,566 20
2014/03/27 3 $1,006,247 -6% 3,607 $279   $85,408,813 21
2014/03/28 6 $2,208,827 +120% 3,299 $670   $87,617,640 22
2014/03/29 4 $4,299,019 +95% 3,299 $1,303   $91,916,659 23
2014/03/30 5 $2,562,789 -40% 3,299 $777   $94,479,448 24
2014/03/31 6 $605,547 -76% 3,299 $184   $95,084,995 25
2014/04/01 6 $680,674 +12% 3,299 $206   $95,765,669 26
2014/04/02 6 $576,658 -15% 3,299 $175   $96,342,327 27
2014/04/03 6 $559,598 -3% 3,299 $170   $96,901,925 28
2014/04/04 7 $1,298,472 +132% 2,931 $443   $98,200,397 29
2014/04/05 7 $2,354,348 +81% 2,931 $803   $100,554,745 30
2014/04/06 7 $1,478,638 -37% 2,931 $504   $102,033,383 31
2014/04/07 6 $407,623 -72% 2,931 $139   $102,441,006 32
2014/04/08 7 $394,508 -3% 2,931 $135   $102,835,514 33
2014/04/09 7 $293,260 -26% 2,931 $100   $103,128,774 34
2014/04/10 7 $261,205 -11% 2,931 $89   $103,389,979 35
2014/04/11 10 $470,505 +80% 2,001 $235   $103,860,484 36
2014/04/12 10 $834,831 +77% 2,001 $417   $104,695,315 37
2014/04/13 10 $567,467 -32% 2,001 $284   $105,262,782 38
2014/04/14 10 $203,187 -64% 2,001 $102   $105,465,969 39
2014/04/15 10 $385,352 +90% 2,001 $193   $105,851,321 40
2014/04/16 11 $261,456 -32% 2,001 $131   $106,112,777 41
2014/04/17 11 $263,804 +1% 2,001 $132   $106,376,581 42
2014/04/18 14 $362,114 +37% 780 $464   $106,738,695 43
2014/04/19 15 $282,837 -22% 780 $363   $107,021,532 44
2014/04/20 15 $143,272 -49% 780 $184   $107,164,804 45
2014/04/21 14 $117,137 -18% 780 $150   $107,281,941 46
2014/04/22 15 $73,601 -37% 780 $94   $107,355,542 47
2014/04/23 14 $75,633 +3% 780 $97   $107,431,175 48
2014/04/24 14 $64,420 -15% 780 $83   $107,495,595 49
2014/04/25 17 $135,811 +111% 211 $644   $107,631,406 50
2014/04/26 17 $261,719 +93% 211 $1,240   $107,893,125 51
2014/04/27 17 $154,753 -41% 211 $733   $108,047,878 52
2014/04/28 18 $24,286 -84% 211 $115   $108,072,164 53
2014/04/29 19 $25,352 +4% 211 $120   $108,097,516 54
2014/04/30 17 $25,391 n/c 211 $120   $108,122,907 55
2014/05/01 19 $22,194 -13% 468 $47   $108,145,101 56
2014/05/02 - $94,369 +325% 410 $230   $108,239,470 57
2014/05/03 - $190,541 +102% 410 $465   $108,430,011 58
2014/05/04 - $118,051 -38% 410 $288   $108,548,062 59
2014/05/05 - $18,049 -85% 410 $44   $108,566,111 60
2014/05/06 - $18,709 +4% 410 $46   $108,584,820 61
2014/05/07 - $18,115 -3% 410 $44   $108,602,935 62
2014/05/08 - $17,756 -2% 410 $43   $108,620,691 63
2014/05/09 - $68,711 +287% 357 $192   $108,689,402 64
2014/05/10 - $134,049 +95% 357 $375   $108,823,451 65
2014/05/11 - $100,463 -25% 357 $281   $108,923,914 66
2014/05/12 - $16,043 -84% 357 $45   $108,939,957 67
2014/05/13 - $18,346 +14% 357 $51   $108,958,303 68
2014/05/14 - $19,260 +5% 357 $54   $108,977,563 69
2014/05/15 - $20,737 +8% 357 $58   $108,998,300 70
2014/05/16 - $70,565 +240% 319 $221   $109,068,865 71
2014/05/17 - $140,388 +99% 319 $440   $109,209,253 72
2014/05/18 - $93,801 -33% 319 $294   $109,303,054 73
2014/05/19 - $29,812 -68% 319 $93   $109,332,866 74
2014/05/20 - $21,790 -27% 319 $68   $109,354,656 75
2014/05/21 - $17,041 -22% 319 $53   $109,371,697 76
2014/05/22 - $21,155 +24% 319 $66   $109,392,852 77
2014/05/23 - $66,388 +214% 286 $232   $109,459,240 78
2014/05/24 - $115,904 +75% 286 $405   $109,575,144 79
2014/05/25 - $101,341 -13% 286 $354   $109,676,485 80
2014/05/26 - $94,988 -6% 286 $332   $109,771,473 81
2014/05/27 - $26,514 -72% 286 $93   $109,797,987 82
2014/05/28 - $23,251 -12% 286 $81   $109,821,238 83
2014/05/29 - $29,117 +25% 286 $102   $109,850,355 84
2014/05/30 - $51,827 +78% 254 $204   $109,902,182 85
2014/05/31 - $89,705 +73% 254 $353   $109,991,887 86
2014/06/01 - $57,795 -36% 254 $228   $110,049,682 87
2014/06/02 - $22,174 -62% 254 $87   $110,071,856 88
2014/06/03 - $28,976 +31% 254 $114   $110,100,832 89
2014/06/04 - $28,367 -2% 254 $112   $110,129,199 90
2014/06/05 - $32,882 +16% 254 $129   $110,162,081 91
2014/06/06 - $50,762 +54% 224 $227   $110,212,843 92
2014/06/07 - $71,791 +41% 224 $320   $110,284,634 93
2014/06/08 - $55,590 -23% 224 $248   $110,340,224 94
2014/06/09 - $27,597 -50% 224 $123   $110,367,821 95
2014/06/10 - $37,870 +37% 224 $169   $110,405,691 96
2014/06/11 - $37,940 n/c 224 $169   $110,443,631 97
2014/06/12 - $35,356 -7% 224 $158   $110,478,987 98
2014/06/13 - $45,679 +29% 207 $221   $110,524,666 99
2014/06/14 - $57,956 +27% 207 $280   $110,582,622 100
2014/06/15 - $39,985 -31% 207 $193   $110,622,607 101
2014/06/16 - $20,415 -49% 207 $99   $110,643,022 102
2014/06/17 - $29,846 +46% 207 $144   $110,672,868 103
2014/06/18 - $29,806 n/c 207 $144   $110,702,674 104
2014/06/19 - $32,664 +10% 207 $158   $110,735,338 105
2014/06/20 - $35,369 +8% 179 $198   $110,770,707 106
2014/06/21 - $44,771 +27% 179 $250   $110,815,478 107
2014/06/22 - $29,273 -35% 179 $164   $110,844,721 108
2014/06/23 - $17,697 -40% 179 $99   $110,862,448 109
2014/06/24 - $26,897 +52% 179 $150   $110,889,345 110
2014/06/25 - $23,690 -12% 179 $132   $110,913,035 111
2014/06/26 - $24,525 +4% 179 $137   $110,937,560 112
2014/06/27 - $26,096 +6% 141 $185   $110,963,656 113
2014/06/28 - $31,416 +20% 141 $223   $110,995,072 114
2014/06/29 - $22,373 -29% 141 $159   $111,017,445 115
2014/06/30 - $16,066 -28% 141 $114   $111,033,511 116
2014/07/01 - $20,245 +26% 141 $144   $111,053,756 117
2014/07/02 - $17,486 -14% 136 $129   $111,071,242 118
2014/07/03 - $18,349 +5% 136 $135   $111,089,591 119
2014/07/04 - $13,748 -25% 111 $124   $111,103,339 120
2014/07/05 - $22,351 +63% 111 $201   $111,125,690 121
2014/07/06 - $15,374 -31% 111 $139   $111,141,064 122
2014/07/07 - $10,168 -34% 111 $92   $111,151,232 123
2014/07/08 - $14,587 +43% 111 $131   $111,165,819 124
2014/07/09 - $13,253 -9% 111 $119   $111,179,072 125
2014/07/10 - $13,151 -1% 111 $118   $111,192,223 126
2014/07/11 - $13,808 +5% 78 $177   $111,206,031 127
2014/07/12 - $15,640 +13% 78 $201   $111,221,671 128
2014/07/13 - $11,730 -25% 78 $150   $111,233,401 129
2014/07/14 - $5,992 -49% 78 $77   $111,239,393 130
2014/07/15 - $9,740 +63% 78 $125   $111,249,133 131
2014/07/16 - $9,852 +1% 78 $126   $111,258,985 132
2014/07/17 - $8,723 -11% 78 $112   $111,267,708 133
2014/07/18 - $7,048 -19% 63 $112   $111,274,756 134
2014/07/19 - $9,407 +33% 63 $149   $111,284,163 135
2014/07/20 - $6,847 -27% 63 $109   $111,291,010 136
2014/07/21 - $4,849 -29% 63 $77   $111,295,859 137
2014/07/22 - $7,342 +51% 63 $117   $111,303,201 138
2014/07/23 - $7,153 -3% 63 $114   $111,310,354 139
2014/07/24 - $7,052 -1% 63 $112   $111,317,406 140
2014/07/25 - $7,536 +7% 58 $130   $111,324,942 141
2014/07/26 - $9,145 +21% 58 $158   $111,334,087 142
2014/07/27 - $7,780 -15% 58 $134   $111,341,867 143
2014/07/28 - $5,766 -26% 58 $99   $111,347,633 144
2014/07/29 - $6,546 +14% 58 $113   $111,354,179 145
2014/07/30 - $6,681 +2% 58 $115   $111,360,860 146
2014/07/31 - $6,316 -5% 58 $109   $111,367,176 147
2014/08/01 - $8,822 +40% 59 $150   $111,375,998 148
2014/08/02 - $10,441 +18% 59 $177   $111,386,439 149
2014/08/03 - $6,141 -41% 59 $104   $111,392,580 150
2014/08/04 - $3,853 -37% 59 $65   $111,396,433 151
2014/08/05 - $5,530 +44% 59 $94   $111,401,963 152
2014/08/06 - $7,660 +39% 59 $130   $111,409,623 153
2014/08/07 - $4,215 -45% 59 $71   $111,413,838 154
2014/08/08 - $4,073 -3% 36 $113   $111,417,911 155
2014/08/09 - $7,004 +72% 36 $195   $111,424,915 156
2014/08/10 - $4,804 -31% 36 $133   $111,429,719 157
2014/08/11 - $3,717 -23% 36 $103   $111,433,436 158
2014/08/12 - $7,382 +99% 36 $205   $111,440,818 159
2014/08/13 - $7,378 n/c 36 $205   $111,448,196 160
2014/08/14 - $5,589 -24% 36 $155   $111,453,785 161

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2014/03/07 2 $32,207,057   3,934 $8,187   $32,207,057 3
2014/03/14 1 $21,809,249 -32% 3,951 $5,520   $63,789,165 10
2014/03/21 3 $11,832,558 -46% 3,607 $3,280   $81,134,942 17
2014/03/28 4 $9,070,635 -23% 3,299 $2,750   $94,479,448 24
2014/04/04 7 $5,131,458 -43% 2,931 $1,751   $102,033,383 31
2014/04/11 10 $1,872,803 -64% 2,001 $936   $105,262,782 38
2014/04/18 15 $788,223 -58% 780 $1,011   $107,164,804 45
2014/04/25 18 $552,283 -30% 211 $2,617   $108,047,878 52
2014/05/02 20 $402,961 -27% 410 $983   $108,548,062 59
2014/05/09 24 $303,223 -25% 357 $849   $108,923,914 66
2014/05/16 22 $304,754 +1% 319 $955   $109,332,866 73
2014/05/23 21 $283,633 -7% 286 $992   $109,676,485 80
2014/05/30 23 $199,327 -30% 254 $785   $110,049,682 87
2014/06/06 24 $178,143 -11% 224 $795   $110,340,224 94
2014/06/13 29 $143,620 -19% 207 $694   $110,622,607 101
2014/06/20 31 $109,413 -24% 179 $611   $110,844,751 108
2014/06/27 35 $79,885 -27% 141 $567   $111,017,445 115
2014/07/04 40 $51,473 -36% 111 $464   $111,141,064 122
2014/07/11 43 $41,178 -20% 78 $528   $111,233,401 129
2014/07/18 52 $23,302 -43% 63 $370   $111,291,010 136
2014/07/25 54 $24,461 +5% 58 $422   $111,341,867 143
2014/08/01 52 $25,404 +4% 59 $431   $111,392,580 150
2014/08/08 60 $15,881 -37% 36 $441   $111,429,719 157
2014/08/15 66 $9,442 -41% 24 $393   $111,463,227 164
2014/08/22 67 $7,064 -25% 17 $416   $111,479,546 171

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