Muppets Most Wanted

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Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $46,870,308Details
International Box Office $14,800,000
Worldwide Box Office $61,670,308
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Disney's "Muppets Most Wanted" takes the entire Muppets gang on a global tour, selling out grand theaters in some of Europe’s most exciting destinations, including Berlin, Madrid and London. But mayhem follows the Muppets overseas, as they find themselves unwittingly entangled in an international crime caper headed by Constantine—the World’s Number One Criminal and a dead ringer for Kermit—and his dastardly sidekick Dominic "Number Two" Badguy.


Rotten Tomatoes
79% - Certified Fresh
67% - Upright

Movie Details

Production Budget:$55,000,000
Theatrical Release: March 21st, 2014 (Wide) by Walt Disney
MPAA Rating: PG for some mild action.
(Rating bulletin 2293, 10/9/2013)
Franchise: Muppets
Source:Based on TV
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Kids Fiction

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Ricky Gervais    Dominic Badguy
Ty Burrell    Jean Pierre Napoleon
Tina Fey    Nadya
Steve Whitmire    Kermit the Frog, Foo Foo, Statler, Beaker, Lips, Rizzo the Rat, Link Hogthrob, The Newsman
Eric Jacobson    Miss Piggy, Fozzie Bear, Sam Eagle, Animal
Dave Goelz    The Great Gonzo, Dr. Bunsen Honeydew, Zoot, Beauregard, Waldorf
Bill Barretta    Pepe the King Prawn, Rowlf the Dog, Dr. Teeth, The Swedish Chef, Bobo the Bear, Big Mean Carl, Baby Boss, Carlo Flamingo, Leprechaun Security Guard
David Rudman    Scooter, Janice, Miss Poogy, Bobby Benson, Wayne
Matt Vogel    Constantine, Floyd Pepper, Sweetums, Pops, Robin, Lew Zealand, Crazy Harry, 80's Robot, Camila, Uncle Deadly
Peter Linz    Walter, Manolo Flamingo
Tony Bennett    Himself
Hugh Bonneville    Irish Journalist
William Brand    Berliner #2
Andres Cantor    Announcer
Jemaine Clement    Prison King
Kenneth Collard    Berliner #1
Sean Combs    Himself
Rob Corddry    First AD
Mackenzie Crook    Prado Museum Guard #1
Celine Dion    Piggy Fairy Godmother
Lady Gaga    Herself
Zach Galifianakis    Hobo Joe
Josh Groban    Maximum Security Prisoner
Salma Hayek    Herself
Tom Hiddleston    The Great Escapo
Tom Hollander    Theater Manager
Toby Jones    Prado Museum Guard #2
Frank Langella    Beefeater Vicar
Ray Liotta    Big Papa
Ross Lynch    Young Florist
James McAvoy    UPS Guy
Aleksandar Mikic    Other Guard
Chloe Grace Moretz    Newspaper Girl
Fleur Poad    Berliner #3
Dylan Postl    Prisoner One
Usher Raymond    Usher
Miranda Richardson    Berliner at Window
Saoirse Ronan    Herself
Til Schweiger    German Cop
Russell Tovey    Delivery Man
Danny Trejo    Danny Trejo
Stanley Tucci    Ivan the Guard
Christoph Waltz    Himself

Production and Technical Credits

Director    James Bobin
Screenwriter    James Bobin
Screenwriter    Nicholas Stoller
Producer    David Hoberman
Producer    Todd Lieberman
Executive Producer    John G. Scotti
Executive Producer    Nicholas Stoller
Director of Photography    Don Burgess
Production Designer    Eve Stewart
Editor    James Thomas
Costume Designer    Rahel Afiley
Composer    Christophe Beck
Song Writer    Bret McKenzie
Music Supervisor    Bret McKenzie
Co-Producer    Bill Barretta
Co-Producer    Angus More Gordon
Casting Director    Randi Hiller
Casting Director    Tamara-Lee Notcutt
Casting Director    Kelly Valentine Hendry
Casting Director    Victor Jenkins
Unit Production Manager    John G. Scotti
Unit Production Manager    Angus More Gordon
Assistant Director    Ben Howarth
Assistant Director    Harriet Worth
Additional Editor    Jon Poll
Choreography    Francesca Jaynes
Production Supervisor    Hannah Godwin
Supervising Art Director    Grant Armstrong
Standby Art Director    Sarah-Jane Prentice
Standby Art Direction    Steven Richie
Additional Art Direction    Tom Weaving
Additional Art Direction    Leon McCarthy
Storyboard Artist    John Coven
Storyboard Artist    Tracey Wilson
Set Decorator    Anna Lynch-Robinson
Costume Supervisor    Dulcie Scott
Make-up and Hair Designer    Emma Scott
Script Supervisor    Anna Worley
Assistant Script Supervisor    Marianne Huet
Sound Mixer    John Midgley
Post-Production Supervisor    Abigail Callahan
Assistant Editor    Jason Barnoski
Visual Effects Supervisor    Sean Mathiesen
Visual Effects Producer    Scott Shapiro
Supervising Music Editor    Lisa Jaime
Music Editor    Brett Pierce
Songs Recorded By    David Bianco
Songs Recorded By    Satoshi Mark Noguchi
Songs Recorded By    Rick Ruggieri
Songs Recorded By    John Van Nest
Songs Recorded By    Nick Wollage
Songs Mixed By    Satoshi Mark Noguchi
Songs Mixed By    Mickey Petralia
Songs Mixed By    Rick Ruggieri
Foley Mixer    John Guentner
Foley Mixer    Blake Collins
Foley Mixer    Richard Duarte
Special Effects Supervisor    Stefano Pepin
Special Effects Coordinator    Laura Davison

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2014/03/21 2 $4,662,265   3,194 $1,460   $4,662,265 1
2014/03/22 2 $7,139,311 +53% 3,194 $2,235   $11,801,576 2
2014/03/23 2 $5,203,550 -27% 3,194 $1,629   $17,005,126 3
2014/03/24 2 $1,158,166 -78% 3,194 $363   $18,163,292 4
2014/03/25 2 $1,421,628 +23% 3,194 $445   $19,584,920 5
2014/03/26 2 $1,146,496 -19% 3,194 $359   $20,731,416 6
2014/03/27 2 $1,106,273 -4% 3,194 $346   $21,837,689 7
2014/03/28 3 $2,630,480 +138% 3,194 $824   $24,468,169 8
2014/03/29 3 $5,343,672 +103% 3,194 $1,673   $29,811,841 9
2014/03/30 3 $3,304,976 -38% 3,194 $1,035   $33,116,817 10
2014/03/31 5 $672,614 -80% 3,194 $211   $33,789,431 11
2014/04/01 5 $774,170 +15% 3,194 $242   $34,563,601 12
2014/04/02 5 $651,948 -16% 3,194 $204   $35,215,549 13
2014/04/03 5 $641,902 -2% 3,194 $201   $35,857,451 14
2014/04/04 6 $1,521,015 +137% 3,052 $498   $37,378,466 15
2014/04/05 5 $2,855,722 +88% 3,052 $936   $40,234,188 16
2014/04/06 5 $1,768,620 -38% 3,052 $579   $42,002,808 17
2014/04/07 7 $373,371 -79% 3,052 $122   $42,376,179 18
2014/04/08 6 $457,211 +22% 3,052 $150   $42,833,390 19
2014/04/09 6 $336,557 -26% 3,052 $110   $43,169,947 20
2014/04/10 6 $307,100 -9% 3,052 $101   $43,477,047 21
2014/04/11 9 $558,286 +82% 2,261 $247   $44,035,333 22
2014/04/12 9 $993,119 +78% 2,261 $439   $45,028,452 23
2014/04/13 9 $724,539 -27% 2,261 $320   $45,752,991 24
2014/04/14 9 $250,365 -65% 2,261 $111   $46,003,356 25
2014/04/15 9 $508,888 +103% 2,261 $225   $46,512,244 26
2014/04/16 7 $358,064 -30% 2,261 $158   $46,870,308 27

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2014/03/21 2 $17,005,126   3,194 $5,324   $17,005,126 3
2014/03/28 3 $11,279,128 -34% 3,194 $3,531   $33,116,817 10
2014/04/04 5 $6,145,357 -46% 3,052 $2,014   $42,002,808 17
2014/04/11 9 $2,275,944 -63% 2,261 $1,007   $45,752,991 24

Muppets Most Wanted

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