Neighbors

Neighbors poster
Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $150,157,400Details
International Box Office $120,405,405
Worldwide Box Office $270,562,805
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $14,033,115 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $10,196,619 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $24,229,734
Further financial details...

  1. Summary
  2. News
  3. Box Office
  4. Video Sales
  5. Full Financials
  6. Cast & Crew
  7. Trailer

Synopsis

A young couple suffering from arrested development are forced to live next to a fraternity house after the birth of their newborn baby.

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Movie Details

Production Budget:$18,000,000
Domestic Releases: May 9th, 2014 (Wide) by Universal
Video Release: September 23rd, 2014 by Universal Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: R for pervasive language, strong crude and sexual content, graphic nudity, and drug use throughout.
(Rating bulletin 2295, 10/23/2013)
Running Time: 91 minutes
Keywords: Neighbors from Hell, New Parents, College, Fraternity/Sorority, Non-Chronological, Prank Gone Wrong, Intertitle, Scene in End Credits, Improvised, Judd Apatow Buddy Comedy, Generational Conflict
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Comedy
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: Good Universe, Point Grey

Cast

   Mac Radner
   Teddy Sanders
   Kelly Radner
Christopher Mintz-Plasse    Scoonie
Dave Franco    Pete
   Stella
   Stella
Brian Huskey    Bill Wazowkowski
Ike Barinholtz    Jimmy
Carla Gallo    Paula
Halston Sage    Brooke
Jerrod Carmichael    Garf
Craig Roberts    Assjuice
Ali Cobrin    Whitney
Kira Sternbach    Brittany
Fahim Anwar    Rival Frat Guy #1
Ori Kalmus    River Frat Guy #2
Steven Michael Eich    Thumbsucker
Andy Samberg    Toga #1
Akiva Schaffer    Toga #2
Jorma Taccone    Toga #3
Adam DeVine    Beer Pong Guy #1
Blake Anderson    Beer Pong Guy #2
Anders Holm    Beer Pong Guy #3
Kyle Newacheck    Beer Pong Guy #4
Jake Johnson    Sebastian Cremmington
Hannibal Buress    Officer Watkins
Liz Cackowski    Wendy the Realtor
Jason Mantzoukas    Doctor Theodorakis
Lisa Kudrow    Dean Carol Gladstone
Jesse Heiman    The Babysitter
Randall Park    Rep
Natasha Leggero    Prostitute

Production and Technical Credits

Director   
Screenwriter    Andrew Jay Cohen
Screenwriter    Brendan O'Brien
Producer    Seth Rogen
Producer    Evan Goldberg
Producer    James Weaver
Executive Producer    Nathan Kahane
Executive Producer    Joe Drake
Executive Producer    Brian Bell
Executive Producer    Andrew Jay Cohen
Executive Producer    Brendan O'Brien
Director of Photography    Brandon Trost
Production Designer    Julie Berghoff
Editor    Zene Baker
Costume Designer    Leesa Evans
Composer    Michael Andrews
Music Supervisor    Manish Raval
Music Supervisor    Tom Wolfe
Co-Producer    Nicole Brown
Co-Producer    Matthew F. Leonetti, Jr.
Casting Director    Kathy Driscoll-Mohler
Casting Director    Melissa Kostenbauder
Casting Director    Francine Maisler
Unit Production Manager    Brian Bell
First Assistant Director    Michael J. Moore
Second Assistant Director    Basti Van Der Woude
Production Supervisor    Michelle Brattson
Post-Production Supervisor    John Portnoy
Additional Editor    Michael Webber
Art Director    Gary Warshaw
Set Decorator    Sophie Neudorfer
Storyboard Artist    Jeffrey Errico
Sound Mixer    Steve Nelson
Special Effects Coordinator    Ron Trost
Costume Supervisor    Matt Chase
Make up    Peter Robb-King
Special Make-up Effects    Carey Jones
Hairstylist    Joy Zapata
Stunt Coordinator    Jeff Dashnaw

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Maleficent poster

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Maleficent poster

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Maleficent poster

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X-Men: Days of Future Past poster

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X-Men: Days of Future Past poster

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X-Men: Days of Future Past poster

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Godzilla poster

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Godzilla poster

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Godzilla poster

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Chef poster

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The Amazing Spider-Man 2 poster

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Neighbors poster

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Neighbors poster

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The Amazing Spider-Man 2 poster

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Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2014/05/09 1 $19,574,490   3,279 $5,970   $19,574,490 1
2014/05/10 1 $17,803,950 -9% 3,279 $5,430   $37,378,440 2
2014/05/11 1 $11,655,475 -35% 3,279 $3,555   $49,033,915 3
2014/05/12 1 $4,443,045 -62% 3,279 $1,355   $53,476,960 4
2014/05/13 1 $4,836,050 +9% 3,279 $1,475   $58,313,010 5
2014/05/14 1 $3,656,085 -24% 3,279 $1,115   $61,969,095 6
2014/05/15 1 $3,556,110 -3% 3,279 $1,085   $65,525,205 7
2014/05/16 2 $8,527,470 +140% 3,311 $2,575   $74,052,675 8
2014/05/17 2 $10,083,615 +18% 3,311 $3,045   $84,136,290 9
2014/05/18 2 $6,454,810 -36% 3,311 $1,950   $90,591,100 10
2014/05/19 2 $2,567,675 -60% 3,311 $775   $93,158,775 11
2014/05/20 2 $2,498,250 -3% 3,311 $755   $95,657,025 12
2014/05/21 2 $2,018,330 -19% 3,311 $610   $97,675,355 13
2014/05/22 2 $2,004,510 -1% 3,311 $605   $99,679,865 14
2014/05/23 4 $4,293,160 +114% 3,266 $1,315   $103,973,025 15
2014/05/24 4 $5,142,375 +20% 3,266 $1,575   $109,115,400 16
2014/05/25 4 $4,587,125 -11% 3,266 $1,405   $113,702,525 17
2014/05/26 4 $3,101,070 -32% 3,266 $950   $116,803,595 18
2014/05/27 3 $1,583,660 -49% 3,266 $485   $118,387,255 19
2014/05/28 3 $1,353,775 -15% 3,266 $415   $119,741,030 20
2014/05/29 3 $1,144,690 -15% 3,266 $350   $120,885,720 21
2014/05/30 5 $2,496,690 +118% 2,939 $850   $123,382,410 22
2014/05/31 6 $3,454,350 +38% 2,939 $1,175   $126,836,760 23
2014/06/01 5 $2,129,605 -38% 2,939 $725   $128,966,365 24
2014/06/02 5 $911,525 -57% 2,939 $310   $129,877,890 25
2014/06/03 5 $1,059,450 +16% 2,939 $360   $130,937,340 26
2014/06/04 5 $897,550 -15% 2,939 $305   $131,834,890 27
2014/06/05 5 $765,605 -15% 2,939 $260   $132,600,495 28
2014/06/06 7 $1,645,835 +115% 2,674 $615   $134,246,330 29
2014/06/07 7 $2,180,550 +32% 2,674 $815   $136,426,880 30
2014/06/08 7 $1,498,770 -31% 2,674 $560   $137,925,650 31
2014/06/09 7 $736,680 -51% 2,674 $275   $138,662,330 32
2014/06/10 7 $800,870 +9% 2,674 $300   $139,463,200 33
2014/06/11 7 $736,505 -8% 2,674 $275   $140,199,705 34
2014/06/12 7 $453,260 -38% 2,674 $170   $140,652,965 35
2014/06/13 9 $805,050 +78% 1,896 $425   $141,458,015 36
2014/06/14 9 $967,905 +20% 1,896 $510   $142,425,920 37
2014/06/15 10 $596,295 -38% 1,896 $315   $143,022,215 38
2014/06/16 9 $302,425 -49% 1,896 $160   $143,324,640 39
2014/06/17 9 $378,280 +25% 1,896 $200   $143,702,920 40
2014/06/18 9 $323,225 -15% 1,896 $170   $144,026,145 41
2014/06/19 9 $322,430 n/c 1,896 $170   $144,348,575 42
2014/06/20 12 $443,675 +38% 1,033 $430   $144,792,250 43
2014/06/21 - $593,690 +34% 1,033 $575   $145,385,940 44
2014/06/22 - $331,010 -44% 1,033 $320   $145,716,950 45
2014/06/23 12 $175,590 -47% 1,033 $170   $145,892,540 46
2014/06/24 12 $221,605 +26% 1,033 $215   $146,114,145 47
2014/06/25 12 $186,290 -16% 1,033 $180   $146,300,435 48
2014/06/26 12 $154,950 -17% 1,033 $150   $146,455,385 49
2014/06/27 12 $247,405 +60% 510 $485   $146,702,790 50
2014/06/28 12 $336,805 +36% 510 $660   $147,039,595 51
2014/06/29 12 $201,560 -40% 510 $395   $147,241,155 52
2014/06/30 12 $127,570 -37% 510 $250   $147,368,725 53
2014/07/01 13 $92,020 -28% 510 $180   $147,460,745 54
2014/07/02 - $69,895 -24% 510 $137   $147,530,640 55
2014/07/03 18 $90,990 +30% 510 $178   $147,621,630 56
2014/07/04 - $92,845 +2% 315 $295   $147,714,475 57
2014/07/05 16 $196,960 +112% 315 $625   $147,911,435 58
2014/07/06 - $127,620 -35% 315 $405   $148,039,055 59
2014/07/07 - $59,960 -53% 315 $190   $148,099,015 60
2014/07/08 - $64,490 +8% 315 $205   $148,163,505 61
2014/07/09 - $58,135 -10% 315 $185   $148,221,640 62
2014/07/10 - $56,845 -2% 315 $180   $148,278,485 63
2014/07/11 - $120,020 +111% 315 $381   $148,398,505 64
2014/07/12 - $152,165 +27% 315 $483   $148,550,670 65
2014/07/13 - $85,440 -44% 315 $271   $148,636,110 66
2014/07/14 - $45,265 -47% 267 $170   $148,681,375 67
2014/07/15 - $55,940 +24% 267 $210   $148,737,315 68
2014/07/16 - $52,010 -7% 267 $195   $148,789,325 69
2014/07/17 - $50,730 -2% 267 $190   $148,840,055 70
2014/07/18 - $74,750 +47% 230 $325   $148,914,805 71
2014/07/19 - $105,775 +42% 230 $460   $149,020,580 72
2014/07/20 - $72,450 -32% 230 $315   $149,093,030 73
2014/07/21 - $36,805 -49% 230 $160   $149,129,835 74
2014/07/22 - $39,015 +6% 230 $170   $149,168,850 75
2014/07/23 - $36,685 -6% 230 $160   $149,205,535 76
2014/07/24 - $36,870 +1% 230 $160   $149,242,405 77
2014/07/25 - $86,320 +134% 208 $415   $149,328,725 78
2014/07/26 - $107,120 +24% 208 $515   $149,435,845 79
2014/07/27 - $54,080 -50% 208 $260   $149,489,925 80
2014/07/28 - $26,965 -50% 208 $130   $149,516,890 81
2014/07/29 - $28,105 +4% 208 $135   $149,544,995 82
2014/07/30 - $26,060 -7% 208 $125   $149,571,055 83
2014/07/31 - $25,905 -1% 208 $125   $149,596,960 84
2014/08/01 - $39,760 +53% 177 $225   $149,636,720 85
2014/08/02 - $55,830 +40% 177 $315   $149,692,550 86
2014/08/03 - $78,705 +41% 177 $445   $149,771,255 87
2014/08/04 - $19,390 -75% 177 $110   $149,790,645 88
2014/08/05 - $20,275 +5% 177 $115   $149,810,920 89
2014/08/06 - $19,505 -4% 177 $110   $149,830,425 90
2014/08/07 - $17,705 -9% 177 $100   $149,848,130 91
2014/08/08 - $27,040 +53% 139 $195   $149,875,170 92
2014/08/09 - $38,165 +41% 139 $275   $149,913,335 93
2014/08/10 - $26,355 -31% 139 $190   $149,939,690 94
2014/08/11 - $13,840 -47% 139 $100   $149,953,530 95
2014/08/12 - $13,265 -4% 139 $95   $149,966,795 96
2014/08/13 - $12,570 -5% 139 $90   $149,979,365 97
2014/08/14 - $12,445 -1% 139 $90   $149,991,810 98
2014/08/15 - $18,055 +45% 106 $170   $150,009,865 99
2014/08/16 - $27,080 +50% 106 $255   $150,036,945 100
2014/08/17 - $19,560 -28% 106 $185   $150,056,505 101
2014/08/18 - $7,930 -59% 106 $75   $150,064,435 102
2014/08/19 - $7,460 -6% 106 $70   $150,071,895 103
2014/08/20 - $7,435 n/c 106 $70   $150,079,330 104
2014/08/21 - $7,470 n/c 106 $70   $150,086,800 105

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2014/05/09 1 $49,033,915   3,279 $14,954   $49,033,915 3
2014/05/16 2 $25,065,895 -49% 3,311 $7,570   $90,591,100 10
2014/05/23 4 $14,022,660 -44% 3,266 $4,294   $113,702,525 17
2014/05/30 6 $8,080,645 -42% 2,939 $2,749   $128,966,365 24
2014/06/06 7 $5,325,155 -34% 2,674 $1,991   $137,925,650 31
2014/06/13 9 $2,369,250 -56% 1,896 $1,250   $143,022,215 38
2014/06/20 12 $1,368,375 -42% 1,033 $1,325   $145,716,950 45
2014/06/27 12 $785,770 -43% 510 $1,541   $147,241,155 52
2014/07/04 19 $417,425 -47% 315 $1,325   $148,039,055 59
2014/07/11 21 $357,625 -14% 315 $1,135   $148,636,110 66
2014/07/18 27 $252,975 -29% 230 $1,100   $149,093,030 73
2014/07/25 30 $247,520 -2% 208 $1,190   $149,489,925 80
2014/08/01 31 $174,295 -30% 177 $985   $149,771,255 87
2014/08/08 40 $91,560 -47% 139 $659   $149,939,690 94
2014/08/15 41 $64,695 -29% 106 $610   $150,056,505 101

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
9/28/20141336,602 336,602$5,755,894$5,755,8941
10/5/20142179,596-47% 516,198$3,112,399$8,868,2932
10/12/2014674,915-58% 591,113$1,284,792$10,153,0853
10/19/2014742,325-44% 633,438$852,002$11,005,0874
10/26/20141634,470-19% 667,908$597,710$11,602,7975
11/2/20141635,339+3% 703,247$662,606$12,265,4036
11/9/20142514,606-59% 717,853$224,202$12,489,6067
11/16/20142314,440-1% 732,293$216,456$12,706,0618
11/23/20142822,986+59% 755,279$321,574$13,027,6359
11/30/201429126,000+448% 881,279$1,005,480$14,033,11510

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
9/28/20141277,666 277,666$5,561,650$5,561,6501
10/5/2014274,351-73% 352,017$1,599,288$7,160,9382
10/12/2014831,215-58% 383,232$697,666$7,858,6043
10/19/20141118,620-40% 401,852$417,088$8,275,6924
10/26/20141416,362-12% 418,214$290,095$8,565,7875
11/2/20141913,530-17% 431,744$300,357$8,866,1446
11/30/201414111,058 542,802$1,330,475$10,196,61910

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