Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb

Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb poster
Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $113,535,064Details
International Box Office $242,800,000Details
Worldwide Box Office $356,335,064
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $10,630,868 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $9,840,988 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $20,471,856
Further financial details...

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

Synopsis

Get ready for the wildest and most adventure-filled Night At the Museum ever as Larry spans the globe, uniting favorite and new characters while embarking on an epic quest to save the magic before it is gone forever.

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics RottenAudience Upright
Critics
50% - Rotten
Audience
60% - Upright

Movie Details

Production Budget:$127,000,000
Domestic Releases: December 19th, 2014 (Wide) by 20th Century Fox
International Releases: December 26th, 2014 (Wide) (Australia)
January 4th, 2015 (Wide) (China)
January 16th, 2015 (Wide) (South Korea)
January 23rd, 2015 (Wide) (Venezuela)
Video Release: March 10th, 2015 by Fox Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: PG for mild action, some rude humor and brief language.
(Rating bulletin 2344, 10/15/2014)
Running Time: 97 minutes
Franchise: Night at the Museum
Keywords: Living Toys, Delayed Sequel, Posthumous Release, Gratuitous Cameos, Same Actor, Multiple Roles, Intertitle, Prologue, 1930s, Archaeology, Egypt, Sequels With Returning Stars, Visual Effects, Digital Cinematography
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Adventure
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Fantasy
Production Companies: 21 Laps Entertainment, 1492 Pictures

Cast

   Larry Daley
   Teddy Roosevelt
   Jedediah
   Sir Lancelot
   Merenkahre
   Octavius
   Dr. McPhee
   Tilly
   Nick Daley
   Ahkmenrah
   Attila
   Sacajawea
Dick Van Dyke    Cecil
Mickey Rooney    Gus
Rachael Harris    Madeline Phelps

Production and Technical Credits

Director   
Screenwriter    David Guion
Screenwriter    Michael Handelman
Story Creator    Mark Friedman
Story Creator    David Guion
Story Creator    Michael Handelman
Character Creator    Thomas Lennon
Character Creator    Robert Ben Garant
Producer    Shawn Levy
Producer    Chris Columbus
Producer    Mark Radcliffe
Executive Producer    Mary McLaglen
Executive Producer    Dan Levine
Executive Producer    David Guion
Executive Producer    Michael Handelman
Executive Producer    Michael Barnathan
Director of Photography    Guillermo Navarro
Production Designer    Martin Whist
Editor    Dean Zimmerman
Composer    Alan Silvestri
Visual Effects Supervisor    Erik Nash
Costume Designer    Marlene Stewart
Executive Producer    Josh McLaglen

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DVD and Blu-ray Releases for April 7th, 2015

April 6th, 2015

It is a slow week on the home market, because it is the Tuesday after Easter. Easter tends to be a busy weekend for DVDs and Blu-rays, mostly family-friendly films. It is also post-Christmas on the home market. The final big releases from the holiday season have mostly come out and there are only a few limited release stragglers to deal with, but for the most part we are entering the summer dead zone on the home market. That doesn't mean there are no releases worth picking up. In fact, there are a few contenders for Pick of the Week, led by A Most Violent Year (Buy from Amazon: DVD or Blu-ray Combo Pack). Meanwhile, we have a Puck of the Week, The Book of Negroes on DVD, for the best Canadian release of the week. More...

Featured Blu-ray / DVD Review: Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb

April 5th, 2015

Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb is the third film, and likely final film, in the Night at the Museum franchise. The previous two films were very profitable, but the films have never really won over critics. This film had the weakest run at the box office, but is it also the weakest in terms of quality? More...

Home Market Numbers: Night at the Museum Leaves the Home Market Hungry

March 29th, 2015

Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 1 was one of the biggest hits of 2014, so it should come as no surprise that the week after it was released was not a great week on the home market. Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb was the best new release and it couldn't even match Mockingjay's second weekend of release on the Blu-ray Sales Chart. This causes overall sales to fall 26% when compared to last week, both in terms of units and revenue. The home market held up a little better when compared to last year, down 18% in terms of units and 20% in terms of revenue. DVD held on better week-over-week, so the overall Blu-ray share fell to 42%, which is a little weak. More...

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March 29th, 2015

Despite there being five new releases on this week's DVD sales chart, there was a holdover hanging onto top spot. Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 1 sold 472,000 units and generated $6.36 million in sales during its first full week of release for early totals of 1.19 million units / $16.28 million. More...

Blu-ray Sales: Hunger has a Second Serving on Top

March 29th, 2015

Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 1 remained in first place on the Blu-ray Sales Chart during its first full week of release with 499,000 units / $9.98 million for the week giving it totals of $1.71 million units / $34.19 million after two weeks of release. It is losing ground on Catching Fire and it might not get to 3 million units in the end. More...

DVD and Blu-ray Releases for March 10th, 2015

March 11th, 2015

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International Box Office: 50 Shades a Worldwide Phenomenon

February 19th, 2015

Fifty Shades of Grey poster

Fifty Shades of Grey dominated the international box office with an opening weekend of $158 million in 58 markets over the weekend for a total opening of $173.56 million. Worldwide, the film took $258.73 million during its opening weekend, which puts it just behind Taken 3 for the year. It became the biggest hit shortly after the weekend ended. The film's biggest market was in the U.K., where it made $20.90 million in 586 theaters. This is better than it opened with here, relative to the size of the two markets, so we can blame the U.K. for the success of this film. It also did incredibly well in Germany ($15.2 million on 741 screens); France ($12 million on 785); and Russia ($10.68 million on 1,105). Obviously the film is going to be turned into a franchise. More...

International Box Office: China Runs a New Release to the Top

February 4th, 2015

Running Man poster

Running Man opened in top spot in both China and on the International chart with $37.05 million over the weekend in its native market. Films in China tend to have short legs, most of the time. There's still too much uncertainty to really predict the film's final box office numbers after just this weekend's results. On a side note, it wasn't that long ago that it would be unthinkable for a film opening in just China to finish first on the international chart. Now it is relatively common. More...

International Box Office: Hobbit Battles to the Top of China

January 29th, 2015

The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies poster

The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies easily earned first place in China and that helped it rocket back to the top of the international chart with $54.3 million over the weekend for totals of $617.0 million internationally and $866.5 million worldwide. The film had a total opening of $50.00 million in China, which was more than the rest of the market combined. More...

International Box Office: Taken Takes Top Spot

January 22nd, 2015

Taken 3 poster

Taken 3 rose to first place during its third weekend of release earning $31.4 million in 49 markets for an international total of $99.0 million. Its biggest debut of the weekend was in the Philippines, where it earned first place with $2.5 million on 218 screens. It also earned first place in Russia, but with only $1.80 million on 1,438. Its biggest market was the U.K., where it remained in first place with $5.00 million in 500 theaters for a two-week total on $18.55 million. More...

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January 16th, 2015

American Sniper poster

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International Box Office: Night Rises to the Top

January 15th, 2015

Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb poster

Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb rose to first place with $46.2 million in 48 markets for totals of $148.6 million internationally and $248.1 million worldwide. This includes a $26.39 million "opening" in China for an 8-day total of $31.06 million. 8-day opening? It also opened in first place in Russia with $5.55 million on 1,690 screens. More...

Weekend Predictions: Will Taken Take Top Spot?

January 8th, 2015

Taken 3 poster

It is a strange weekend at the box office with the number of wide releases being outnumbered by the number of wide expansions. Taken 3 is the only wide release and it is widely expected to top the chart by a significant margin. Selma is the best film on this week's list and should do well during its first wide weekend. On the other hand, it appears Inherent Vice is not opening truly wide and that it likely won't reach the top ten. This weekend last year was led by Lone Survivor, which earned $37.85 million during its first week of wide release, while the only new wide release was The Legend of Hercules with $8.87 million. There was also another not-so wide expansion, August: Osage County, which earned seventh place with $7.16 million. Overall, it looks like 2015's batch of new releases are not quite as strong as last year's were, but 2015 did win last weekend, so perhaps the holdovers can help 2015 come out on top of the year-over-year comparison. More...

International Box Office: Hobbit Hits Half a Billion

January 7th, 2015

The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies poster

It was a big week for The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies, as it crossed the $500 million mark on the international box office. Over the weekend it pulled in $52.5 million in 65 markets for totals of $504.7 million internationally and $725.3 million worldwide. At this pace, the film will reach $800 million worldwide, possibly as early as this time next week. As for last weekend, there were very few new openings, but the film did earn first place in Argentina with $2.1 million on 397 screens. The film opens in China before the end of the month and the studio is obviously hoping for big numbers in that market. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Angel of Death Breathes Life into Box Office

January 5th, 2015

The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies poster

2015 box office started off on a strong note with The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies leading the way with $21.73 million. More impressive, The Woman in Black 2: Angel of Death earned fourth place with $15.03 million, which is significantly more than what most people were predicting. The overall box office was $155 million, which is 2% lower than last weekend. More importantly, it is 10% higher than the same weekend last year. Obviously it is far, far too early to judge 2015, but after what happened last year, I'll take any win and I'll be happy about it. More...

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January 2nd, 2015

The Woman in Black: Angel of Death poster

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International Box Office: Hobbit Meets More Milestones

January 1st, 2015

The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies poster

For the third week in a row, The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies held onto first place with $89.0 million in 62 markets for totals of $405.1 million internationally and $573.6 million worldwide. The film opened in first place in Australia with $10.1 million on 603 screens, while the film was particularly strong in Poland earning $5.3 million on 699. By this time next week, it should be at $500 million internationally and $700 million worldwide, which is enough to break even, but not enough to keep pace with the franchise average. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Close Battle over Christmas Break

December 30th, 2014

The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies poster

We are still dealing with studio estimates for the weekend numbers, but we can at least tell you what film won, The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies, and roughly how much it earned, $41.42 million. The new releases were much closer than expected with Into the Woods and Unbroken both earning just over $30 million over the weekend. Because we don't have enough final numbers, we really can't compare the overall box office to last weekend or last year. So far, the final weekend of 2014 pulled in $200 million and that number should grow a little bit as box office numbers filter in. This is 52% more than last weekend and 2.3% more than the same weekend last year. I'm a little more bullish about January's box office chances after this result. More...

International Box Office: Hobbit Stands Tall

December 23rd, 2014

The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies poster

The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies remained in first place with $109 million in 59 markets for a two-week total of $269 million internationally and $358 million worldwide. It is still too early to tell where this film will end up, but by this time next week it should be well past $500 million worldwide, which is enough to pay for its production budget. The film debuted in first place in South Korea with $10.3 million. Meanwhile, it was tops in Spain and Italy with $6.5 million and $6.1 million respectively. Despite opening in nearly two dozen new markets, the film's biggest market was a holdover, Germany, where it added $13.3 million over the weekend to its running tally, which now sits at $38.6 million. It was also strong in the U.K. earning $8.5 million over the weekend for a total of $31.8 million after two, while in France the film made $8.2 million over the weekend for $25.5 million, also after two weeks of release. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Christmas Gets Scrooged

December 22nd, 2014

The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies poster

The Christmas break got off on a soft note with all three new wide releases failing to meet expectations by substantial numbers. The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies got off to a good start on Wednesday, but plummeted the next day and couldn't recover. Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb failed to live up to the low end of expectations, while Annie's opening at least came close to predictions. We are still missing some numbers. Overall, the box office rose by more than 60% from last weekend to $135 million and this figure should rise a little as other numbers filter in. However, it likely won't rise by enough to match the $140 million earned the same weekend last year. I really thought 2014 would end its year-over-year slump this weekend, but alas, it was not to be. Year-to-date, 2014 has earned $9.60 billion, which is 4.6% lower than last year's pace. More...

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December 18th, 2014

The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies poster

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2014 Preview: December

December 1st, 2014

The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies poster

November is over and there are not a lot of positive things to say about what happened during the month. There were a couple of films that matched expectations, but there were no breakout hits and a few that missed expectations by wide margins. Granted, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 1 will top $300 million with relative ease, but that's still nearly $100 million lower than some people were predicting. The month ends with 2014 about $300 million behind 2013's pace and there's really no chance to catch up in December. That doesn't mean there are no films that will be worth watching in December. The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies should at least earn $200 million, while $300 million is not out of the question. Additionally, there are several films that at least have a shot at $100 million at the box office, but not all will get there. At least this December and last December are on par with each other. The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug topped $250 million while there were three others that topped $100 million. I think we will get the same result this month. Last year there were a lot more wide releases, but many of them bombed. I think this year the lack of competition will help more films reach their potential. More...

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2014/12/19 2 $5,655,945   3,785 $1,494   $5,655,945 1
2014/12/20 2 $6,551,427 +16% 3,785 $1,731   $12,207,372 2
2014/12/21 2 $4,893,148 -25% 3,785 $1,293   $17,100,520 3
2014/12/22 2 $3,407,749 -30% 3,785 $900   $20,508,269 4
2014/12/23 2 $4,144,088 +22% 3,785 $1,095   $24,652,357 5
2014/12/24 - $2,734,721 -34% 3,785 $723   $27,387,078 6
2014/12/25 - $7,143,638 +161% 3,914 $1,825   $34,530,716 7
2014/12/26 4 $7,380,730 +3% 3,914 $1,886   $41,911,446 8
2014/12/27 4 $7,350,516 n/c 3,914 $1,878   $49,261,962 9
2014/12/28 - $5,470,762 -26% 3,914 $1,398   $54,732,724 10
2014/12/29 4 $4,458,977 -18% 3,914 $1,139   $59,191,701 11
2014/12/30 4 $5,283,951 +19% 3,914 $1,350   $64,475,652 12
2014/12/31 - $4,878,930 -8% 3,914 $1,247   $69,354,582 13
2015/01/01 4 $5,974,323 +22% 3,914 $1,526   $75,328,905 14
2015/01/02 5 $5,902,061 -1% 3,802 $1,552   $81,230,966 15
2015/01/03 4 $5,456,224 -8% 3,802 $1,435   $86,687,190 16
2015/01/04 4 $3,159,989 -42% 3,802 $831   $89,847,179 17
2015/01/05 - $932,212 -70% 3,802 $245   $90,779,391 18
2015/01/06 4 $810,145 -13% 3,802 $213   $91,589,536 19
2015/01/07 5 $617,435 -24% 3,802 $162   $92,206,971 20
2015/01/08 5 $616,517 n/c 3,802 $162   $92,823,488 21
2015/01/09 7 $1,624,858 +164% 3,371 $482   $94,448,346 22
2015/01/10 7 $3,273,483 +101% 3,371 $971   $97,721,829 23
2015/01/11 6 $1,820,281 -44% 3,371 $540   $99,542,110 24
2015/01/12 7 $320,397 -82% 3,371 $95   $99,862,507 25
2015/01/13 7 $446,574 +39% 3,371 $132   $100,309,081 26
2015/01/14 7 $338,111 -24% 3,371 $100   $100,647,192 27
2015/01/15 8 $300,914 -11% 3,371 $89   $100,948,106 28
2015/01/16 11 $854,256 +184% 2,437 $351   $101,802,362 29
2015/01/17 10 $1,760,291 +106% 2,437 $722   $103,562,653 30
2015/01/18 9 $1,224,332 -30% 2,437 $502   $104,786,985 31
2015/01/19 7 $1,448,107 +18% 2,437 $594   $106,235,092 32
2015/01/20 11 $255,582 -82% 2,437 $105   $106,490,674 33
2015/01/21 11 $165,082 -35% 2,437 $68   $106,655,756 34
2015/01/22 12 $156,405 -5% 2,437 $64   $106,812,161 35
2015/01/23 15 $371,021 +137% 1,370 $271   $107,183,182 36
2015/01/24 14 $886,824 +139% 1,370 $647   $108,070,006 37
2015/01/25 13 $527,962 -40% 1,370 $385   $108,597,968 38
2015/01/26 - $93,025 -82% 1,370 $68   $108,690,993 39
2015/01/27 - $109,342 +18% 1,370 $80   $108,800,335 40
2015/01/28 - $79,875 -27% 1,370 $58   $108,880,210 41
2015/01/29 - $72,429 -9% 1,370 $53   $108,952,639 42
2015/01/30 - $199,245 +175% 763 $261   $109,151,884 43
2015/01/31 - $459,526 +131% 763 $602   $109,611,410 44
2015/02/01 - $164,541 -64% 763 $216   $109,775,951 45
2015/02/02 - $57,993 -65% 763 $76   $109,833,944 46
2015/02/03 - $63,024 +9% 763 $83   $109,896,968 47
2015/02/04 - $42,803 -32% 763 $56   $109,939,771 48
2015/02/05 - $39,840 -7% 763 $52   $109,979,611 49
2015/02/06 - $112,481 +182% 437 $257   $110,092,092 50
2015/02/07 - $256,699 +128% 437 $587   $110,348,791 51
2015/02/08 - $135,973 -47% 437 $311   $110,484,764 52
2015/02/09 - $38,216 -72% 437 $87   $110,522,980 53
2015/02/10 - $33,012 -14% 437 $76   $110,555,992 54
2015/02/11 - $25,091 -24% 437 $57   $110,581,083 55
2015/02/12 - $24,889 -1% 437 $57   $110,605,972 56
2015/02/13 - $88,044 +254% 282 $312   $110,694,016 57
2015/02/14 - $197,051 +124% 282 $699   $110,891,067 58
2015/02/15 - $121,520 -38% 282 $431   $111,012,587 59
2015/02/16 - $131,222 +8% 282 $465   $111,143,809 60
2015/02/17 - $37,030 -72% 282 $131   $111,180,839 61
2015/02/18 - $28,823 -22% 282 $102   $111,209,662 62
2015/02/19 - $34,575 +20% 282 $123   $111,244,237 63
2015/02/20 - $95,613 +177% 280 $341   $111,339,850 64
2015/02/21 - $154,520 +62% 280 $552   $111,494,370 65
2015/02/22 - $96,074 -38% 280 $343   $111,590,444 66
2015/02/23 - $19,875 -79% 280 $71   $111,610,319 67
2015/02/24 - $24,098 +21% 280 $86   $111,634,417 68
2015/02/25 - $19,553 -19% 280 $70   $111,653,970 69
2015/02/26 - $23,690 +21% 280 $85   $111,677,660 70
2015/02/27 - $72,104 +204% 273 $264   $111,749,764 71
2015/02/28 - $145,601 +102% 273 $533   $111,895,365 72
2015/03/01 - $87,410 -40% 273 $320   $111,982,775 73
2015/03/02 - $19,230 -78% 273 $70   $112,002,005 74
2015/03/03 - $18,297 -5% 273 $67   $112,020,302 75
2015/03/04 - $19,924 +9% 273 $73   $112,040,226 76
2015/03/05 - $24,263 +22% 273 $89   $112,064,489 77
2015/03/06 - $69,269 +185% 265 $261   $112,133,758 78
2015/03/07 - $135,061 +95% 265 $510   $112,268,819 79
2015/03/08 - $74,039 -45% 265 $279   $112,342,858 80
2015/03/09 - $24,647 -67% 265 $93   $112,367,505 81
2015/03/10 - $27,569 +12% 265 $104   $112,395,074 82
2015/03/11 - $25,792 -6% 265 $97   $112,420,866 83
2015/03/12 - $27,659 +7% 265 $104   $112,448,525 84
2015/03/13 - $60,962 +120% 220 $277   $112,509,487 85
2015/03/14 - $109,571 +80% 220 $498   $112,619,058 86
2015/03/15 - $56,904 -48% 220 $259   $112,675,962 87
2015/03/16 - $20,125 -65% 220 $91   $112,696,087 88
2015/03/17 - $25,346 +26% 220 $115   $112,721,433 89
2015/03/18 - $24,569 -3% 220 $112   $112,746,002 90
2015/03/19 - $26,280 +7% 220 $119   $112,772,282 91
2015/03/20 - $50,438 +92% 206 $245   $112,822,720 92
2015/03/21 - $81,171 +61% 206 $394   $112,903,891 93
2015/03/22 - $49,408 -39% 206 $240   $112,953,299 94
2015/03/23 - $15,833 -68% 206 $77   $112,969,132 95
2015/03/24 - $18,986 +20% 206 $92   $112,988,118 96
2015/03/25 - $15,845 -17% 206 $77   $113,003,963 97
2015/03/26 - $16,955 +7% 206 $82   $113,020,918 98
2015/03/27 - $33,305 +96% 184 $181   $113,054,223 99
2015/03/28 - $55,775 +67% 184 $303   $113,109,998 100
2015/03/29 - $32,124 -42% 184 $175   $113,142,122 101
2015/03/30 - $15,160 -53% 184 $82   $113,157,282 102
2015/03/31 - $17,369 +15% 184 $94   $113,174,651 103
2015/04/01 - $15,554 -10% 184 $85   $113,190,205 104
2015/04/02 - $22,675 +46% 184 $123   $113,212,880 105
2015/04/03 - $36,153 +59% 160 $226   $113,249,033 106
2015/04/04 - $32,410 -10% 160 $203   $113,281,443 107
2015/04/05 - $21,315 -34% 160 $133   $113,302,758 108
2015/04/06 - $15,945 -25% 160 $100   $113,318,703 109
2015/04/07 - $18,326 +15% 160 $115   $113,337,029 110
2015/04/08 - $16,179 -12% 160 $101   $113,353,208 111
2015/04/09 - $15,119 -7% 160 $94   $113,368,327 112
2015/04/10 - $32,985 +118% 146 $226   $113,401,312 113
2015/04/11 - $38,557 +17% 146 $264   $113,439,869 114
2015/04/12 - $22,041 -43% 146 $151   $113,461,910 115
2015/04/13 - $4,643 -79% 146 $32   $113,466,553 116
2015/04/14 - $4,839 +4% 146 $33   $113,471,392 117
2015/04/15 - $4,653 -4% 146 $32   $113,476,045 118
2015/04/16 - $5,560 +19% 146 $38   $113,481,605 119
2015/04/17 - $9,220 +66% 108 $85   $113,490,825 120
2015/04/18 - $18,751 +103% 108 $174   $113,509,576 121
2015/04/19 - $12,813 -32% 108 $119   $113,522,389 122
2015/04/20 - $3,026 -76% 108 $28   $113,525,415 123
2015/04/21 - $3,260 +8% 108 $30   $113,528,675 124
2015/04/22 - $3,070 -6% 108 $28   $113,531,745 125
2015/04/23 - $3,318 +8% 108 $31   $113,535,063 126

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2014/12/19 2 $17,100,520   3,785 $4,518   $17,100,520 3
2014/12/26 4 $20,202,008 +18% 3,914 $5,161   $54,732,724 10
2015/01/02 5 $14,518,274 -28% 3,802 $3,819   $89,847,179 17
2015/01/09 7 $6,718,622 -54% 3,371 $1,993   $99,542,110 24
2015/01/16 11 $3,838,879 -43% 2,437 $1,575   $104,786,985 31
2015/01/23 14 $1,785,807 -53% 1,370 $1,304   $108,597,968 38
2015/01/30 18 $823,312 -54% 763 $1,079   $109,775,951 45
2015/02/06 22 $505,153 -39% 437 $1,156   $110,484,764 52
2015/02/13 23 $406,615 -20% 282 $1,442   $111,012,587 59
2015/02/20 23 $346,207 -15% 280 $1,236   $111,590,444 66
2015/02/27 23 $305,115 -12% 273 $1,118   $111,982,775 73
2015/03/06 23 $278,369 -9% 265 $1,050   $112,342,858 80
2015/03/13 23 $227,437 -18% 220 $1,034   $112,675,962 87
2015/03/20 26 $181,017 -20% 206 $879   $112,953,299 94
2015/03/27 28 $121,204 -33% 184 $659   $113,142,122 101
2015/04/03 32 $89,878 -26% 160 $562   $113,302,758 108
2015/04/10 29 $93,583 +4% 146 $641   $113,461,910 115
2015/04/17 36 $40,784 -56% 108 $378   $113,522,389 122

Box Office Summary Per Territory

Territory Release
Date
Opening
Weekend
Opening
Weekend
Theaters
Maximum
Theaters
Theatrical
Engagements
Total
Box Office
Report
Date
Australia 12/26/2014 $0 0 313 623 $8,942,597 4/21/2015
China 1/4/2015 $0 0 0 0 $48,930,000 4/21/2015
South Korea 1/16/2015 $0 0 0 0 $5,900,000 4/21/2015
Venezuela 1/23/2015 $1,000,000 69 69 69 $1,000,000 4/21/2015
 
Rest of World $178,027,403
 
International Total$242,800,000 4/21/2015

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
3/15/20152408,518 408,518$6,119,600$6,119,6001
3/22/20154143,931-65% 552,449$2,154,647$8,274,2472
3/29/2015868,210-53% 620,659$1,010,190$9,284,4373
4/5/20157127,503+87% 748,162$1,346,432$10,630,8684

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
3/15/20152352,300 352,300$7,042,473$7,042,4731
3/22/2015674,562-79% 426,862$1,474,831$8,517,3042
3/29/2015841,301-45% 468,163$672,793$9,190,0973
4/5/20151147,234+14% 515,397$650,891$9,840,9884

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