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Pan (2015)

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Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $35,088,320Details
International Box Office $88,800,000Details
Worldwide Box Office $123,888,320
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $6,529,442 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $5,798,249 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $12,327,691
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  2. News
  3. Box Office
  4. International
  5. Video Sales
  6. Full Financials
  7. Cast & Crew
  8. Trailer

Synopsis

Peter is a mischievous 12-year old boy with an irrepressible rebellious streak, but in the bleak London orphanage where he has lived his whole life those qualities do not exactly fly. Then one night, Peter is whisked away from the orphanage and spirited off to a fantastical world of pirates, warriors and fairies called Neverland. There, he finds amazing adventures and fights life-or-death battles while trying to uncover the secret of his mother, who left him at the orphanage so long ago, and his rightful place in this magical land. Teamed with Tiger Lily and a new friend named James Hook, Peter must defeat the ruthless pirate Blackbeard to save Neverland and discover his true destiny-to become the hero who will forever be known as Peter Pan.

Metrics

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Movie Details

Production Budget:$150,000,000
Domestic Releases: October 9th, 2015 (Wide) by Warner Bros.
International Releases: September 25th, 2015 (Wide) (Australia)
October 2nd, 2015 (Wide) (New Zealand)
October 8th, 2015 (Wide) (Argentina)
October 8th, 2015 (Wide) (Bolivia)
October 8th, 2015 (Wide) (Brazil)
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Video Release: December 15th, 2015 by Warner Bros / Paramount
MPAA Rating: PG for fantasy action violence, language and some thematic material.
(Rating bulletin 2388, 8/26/2015)
Running Time: 111 minutes
Comparisons: vs. Peter Pan
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Source:Based on Fiction Book/Short Story
Genre:Adventure
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Fantasy
Production Companies: Warner Bros., Berlanti Productions, RatPac Entertainment, Dune Entertainment
Production Countries: United States

Ranking on other Records and Milestones

RecordRankRevenueChart
Date
Days In
Release
Biggest 13th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 2,106 $24,184 Jan 1, 2016 87
Biggest 12th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 2,568 $18,320 Dec 25, 2015 80
Biggest 11th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 2,282 $49,064 Dec 18, 2015 73
Biggest 10th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,973 $107,336 Dec 11, 2015 66
Biggest 9th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 2,014 $142,935 Dec 4, 2015 59
Biggest 8th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,687 $295,526 Nov 27, 2015 52
Biggest 7th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 2,038 $325,111 Nov 20, 2015 45
Biggest 6th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 2,500 $369,044 Nov 13, 2015 38
Biggest 5th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 2,750 $571,341 Nov 6, 2015 31
Biggest 4th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 2,753 $1,215,209 Oct 30, 2015 24
Biggest 3rd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 2,487 $2,628,197 Oct 23, 2015 17
Biggest 2nd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,904 $5,863,128 Oct 16, 2015 10
Biggest October Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 123 $15,315,435 Oct 9, 2015 3
Biggest Opening Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,158 $15,315,435 Oct 9, 2015 3
Widest Opening Weekend 304 3,515 Oct 9, 2015 3
Biggest October Day at the Domestic Box Office 259 $5,988,093 Oct 10, 2015 2
Biggest Saturday at the Domestic Box Office 2,003 $5,988,093 Oct 10, 2015 2
Biggest Friday at the Domestic Box Office 1,751 $5,183,169 Oct 9, 2015 1

Cast

   Blackbeard
   James Hook
   Tiger Lily
   Peter Pan
Amanda Seyfried    Mary Darling
Adeel Akhtar    Sam Smiegel
Nonso Anozie    Bishop
Kathy Burke    Mother Barnabas
Lewis MacDougall    Nibs
Cara Delevingne    Mermaids
Taejoo Na    Kwalu
Jack Charles    Chief
Bronson Webb    Steps
Mike Shepherd    Fernley Trebilcock
Brian Bovell    Long John Standing
Kurt Egyiawan    Murray
Jimmy Vee    Lofty
Paul Hunter    Daisy
Spencer Wilding    Growler
Dean Nolan    Peanut
Giacomo Mancini    Michaelangelo
Neil Bell    Baggy
Phill Martin    Goliath
Gabriel Andreu    Matador
Michael Ryan    Silverman
Kavern Batchelor    Skinny Orphan
Orlando Loo Alford    Yung
Ami Metcalf    Sister Thomas
Amanda Lawrence    Sister Joseph
Tunji Lucas    Tribesman 1
Tomislav English    Tribesman 2
Aaron Monaghan    Robbins
Emerald Fennell    Commander
Amy Morgan    Operator
Harry Lister Smith    Pilot Parker
Nicholas Agnew    Pilot Primrose
Salo Gardner    Older Blackbeard
Jamie Beamish    Not-Dobkins
Tony Allen    Himself

Production and Technical Credits

Director   
Producer    Greg Berlanti
Producer    Sarah Schechter
Producer    Paul Webster
Screenwriter    Jason Fuchs
Executive Producer    Tim Lewis
Director of Photography    Seamus McGarvey
Director of Photography    John Mathieson
Editor    Paul Tothill
Costume Designer    Jacqueline Durran
Composer    Dario Marianelli
Based on Characters Introduced by    J.M. Barrie
Production Designer    Aline Bonetto
Visual Effects Supervisor    Chas Jarrett
Editor    William Hoy
Casting Director    Jina Jay
Casting Director    Dixie Chassay
Unit Production Manager    Brian Donovan
Unit Production Manager    Tim Lewis
First Assistant Director    Will Dodds
Second Assistant Director    Tom Rye
Second Unit Director    Thomas Napper
Supervising Art Director    Peter Russell
Art Director    Roderick McLean
Art Director    Philip Harvey
Art Director    Mark Scruton
Art Director    Bertrand Clercq-Roques
Art Director    Gavin Fitch
Art Director    Arwel Evans
Script Supervisor    Zoe Morgan
Visual Effects Producer    Dan Barrow
Supervising Sound Editor    Craig Berkey
Supervising Sound Editor    Becki Ponting
Re-recording Mixer    Craig Berkey
Re-recording Mixer    Chris Burdon
Sound Designer    Paul Carter
Sound Designer    Matt Collinge
Sound Effects Editor    Martin Cantwell
Dialogue Editor    Danny Sheehan
Dialogue Editor    Steve Little
Costume Supervisor    Clare Spragge
Make-up and Hair Designer    Ivana Primorac
Production Manager    Katherine Tibbetts
Special Effects Supervisor    Mark Holt
Special Effects Coordinator    Carmila Gittens
Music Editor    Tom Carlson
Music Editor    James Bellamy
Music Editor    Jason Ruder
Stunt Coordinator    Eunice Huthart

Home Market Releases for December 22nd, 2015

December 20th, 2015

The Brain That Wouldn't Die

There are two major reasons conspiring to make this week's list of home market releases terrible. Firstly, Christmas is on Friday. Even if you pre-ordered something on this list now, there's a good chance it won't get to you in time for Christmas. Secondly, the Steam Winter Sale begins on Tuesday. Of the films on this week's short list, The Brain That Wouldn't Die is the "best", for a certain definition of that word. It's a very entertaining bad movie and the Blu-ray even has the MST3K episode as an extra. More...

Home Market Releases for December 15th, 2015

December 14th, 2015

Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation

It is a strange week on the home market, as there are four first-run releases coming out, all of which were sequels. That's a lot. However, only one of them wasn't a box office disappointment, Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation. Additionally, there's very little depth here. On the plus side, it did give me an excuse to talk about some good releases that might otherwise have fallen between the cracks, like the Top Spin DVD. That said, the Rogue Nation Blu-ray Combo Pack is the Pick of the Week. More...

International Box Office: Another Week, Another Milestone for Spectre

November 19th, 2015

Spectre

Spectre again dominated the international box office earning $152.6 million in 92 markets for totals of $413.1 million internationally and $542.1 million worldwide. $500 million worldwide is enough to save face, but the film will need reach at least $600 million worldwide to have a shot at breaking even any time soon. It will likely need $700 million to $800 million to keep the studio happy. Fortunately, that seems very likely. The past weekend, the film opened in first place in China with $48.55 million. It also remained in top spot in the U.K. with $11.96 million in 617 theaters over the weekend for a three-week total of $118.39 million. It is now the fourth biggest hit in that market, while it has a shot at overtaking Skyfall for first place. It will need help from the holidays to get there. Will the movie still be in theaters come New Year's Day? Maybe. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: New Releases feel Unloved

November 17th, 2015

Love the Coopers

There's not much in the way of good news to talk about, which is something that is becoming sadly common. Two of the three new releases missed expectations and expectations were low to begin with. Love the Coopers led the new releases, but it is hardly what you would call a box office hit. Even calling it a middling hit is overstating things. The 33 barely managed a spot in the top five and will quickly leave theaters. My All-American missed the Mendoza Line* by a mile and missed the top ten in the process. This meant Spectre and The Peanuts Movie remained on top of the charts, but they could only help the box office avoid becoming a disaster. As it is, the overall box office fell 33% from last weekend to just $108 million. This was 23% less than the same weekend last year. Year-to-date, 2015's lead over 2015 took a real hit and its down to 3.9% at $9.06 billion to $8.72 billion. However, as we've seen recently, the overall box office is weaker than the these numbers look, as we've seen few major hits and many, many bombs. More...

International Box Office: Spectre has Spectacular Start

November 5th, 2015

Spectre

Spectre opened in first place with $80.4 million during its seven-day opening weekend. That doesn't seem like a huge amount, especially considering some of the opening weekends we've seen on the international stage this year. However, there is a mitigating factor. It was only playing in six markets. This includes the U.K., where the film broke records with $62.82 million in 651 theaters. This is equivalent to a $300 million opening week here, which would be the record for a seven-day box office here. We shouldn't get too ahead of ourselves, as Bond films have a natural affinity for that market. It does mean Spectre has a real shot at a $100 million opening weekend here. More...

International Box Office: Martian Completes Another Orbit

October 28th, 2015

The Martian

The Martian returned to first place with $30.0 million in 73 markets for totals of $218.8 million internationally and $385.0 million worldwide. The film's only major market opening was in France where it earned second place with $6.81 million on 560 screens. It also remained in first place in South Korea with $3.99 million on 731 screens over the weekend for a three-week total of $28.43 million. I don't know if it has broken even yet, but it is very close to getting there. More...

Weekend Estimates: Martian Avoids the Wreckage

October 25th, 2015

The Martian

Dismal is about the politest word that can be applied to the box office performance of new releases this weekend. None of the five films new in wide release managed to make the top three on the chart, and two of them didn’t even crack the top ten. That leaves The Martian and Goosebumps to battle it out for first place, and a fourth-week decline of just 25% for The Martian looks virtually certain to give it the win. Fox projects it will make $15.9 million for a total by the end of the weekend of $166 million or so. Its performance to date falls neatly between that of Interstellar and Gravity, which puts the sci-fi adventure on course for a final domestic box office of $230 million (see full comps here). More...

International Box Office: Ant-Man is Big Man in China

October 22nd, 2015

Ant-Man

Ant-Man made a triumphant return to the international chart with a first place, $43.5 million run in 3 markets for totals of $275.9 million internationally and $454.7 million worldwide. Nearly all of this weekend haul came from China, where the film opened in first place with $42.77 million. (Some are reporting it came in second place to Goodbye Mr. Loser, but they are comparing the film's weekly total to Ant-Man's opening weekend.) Depending on how much money the film cost to advertise worldwide, it might have broken even already. If not, it will get there very early in its home market run. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Goosebumps Leads Unstimulating Weekend

October 20th, 2015

Bridge of Spies

It is hard to get excited about the weekend box office results, as the top four films all missed predictions. (Granted, Bridge of Spies came within a rounding error of expectations.) Goosebumps did well for a live-action family film, but still not great. The Martian fell faster than anticipated, but it was Crimson Peak that was the biggest disappointment. Overall, the box office rose 2.5% from last weekend to $121 million. However, this was 7.6% lower than the same weekend last year. Had every film in the top five matched expectations, then this gap would have been reduced to just a percent or two. Despite this, 2015 is still ahead of 2014 by more than $400 million at $8.46 billion to $8.05 billion. It would take a few more weeks of year-over-year declines before I would be concerned. More...

Friday Estimates: Close Race for First makes for Interesting Weekend

October 17th, 2015

Bridge of Spies

It looks like it will be a very interesting weekend, as Goosebumps and The Martian appear to be in a close race for first place. Goosebumps led the way on Friday with $7.35 million. This is 40% more than Pan’s opening day last weekend. Add in the film’s better reviews and its family-friendly target audience and it should have a solid internal multiplier, perhaps in the vacinity of Alexander and the Blah, Blah, Blah. That puts Goosebumps on track for a $25 million opening. That’s a little lower than I would have liked and the film will need solid legs and a reasonable international run to break even. I wouldn’t bet against it breaking even, but I don't think it will be turned into a franchise. More...

Midnight Box Office: Crimson Peak Scares Goosebumps

October 16th, 2015

Crimson Peak

Two scary films started their box office runs last night with Crimson Peak earning $855,000, putting it ahead of Goosebumps, which pulled in $600,000. By comparison, Sinister 2 earned $800,000 during its midnight showings on its way to a $10.54 million opening weekend. Sinister 2 had ... issues with its reviews, unlike Crimson Peak, which is earning 68% positive reviews. Perhaps Ouija, which opened this time last year, would be a better comparison. It earned $911,000 during its midnight shows on its way to a $19.88 million opening weekend. It too struggled with critics, but I think the release date makes it a better comparison. Crimson Peak could reach $20 million over the weekend. More...

Weekend Predictions: Will Goosebumps Bump Off the Competition?

October 15th, 2015

Goosebumps

We are getting closer to Halloween and there are two scary movies opening wide this weekend. Goosebumps is a live-action family film and as we saw with Pan, those are rarely big hits. On the other hand, this film is earning great reviews and cost about 60% less to make, so even if it just matches Pan's opening, it will still have a shot at profitability. Crimson Peak is an old-fashioned Haunted House horror film, similar to The Woman in Black, but with a $55 million production budget. That might be too much to recoup. Finally there's Bridge of Spies, a Cold War era Spy Thriller. Its reviews are the best for this week, but its target audience isn't known for rushing out to see a movie opening weekend. This weekend last year, there were five films with more than $10 million, but only one with more than $20 million. This year, we should have the same number of $10 million movies, but at least two $20 million movies and perhaps even a $30 million movie. I think 2015 has the edge in the year-over-year comparison, but unless the new releases are bigger hits than most anticipate, it could be close. More...

International Box Office: Milestones for The Martian

October 14th, 2015

The Martian

The Martian remained in first place with $58.1 million in 75 markets for totals of $119.0 million internationally and $227.7 million worldwide. $200 million worldwide was the minimum needed for the studio to save face. If it can get to $300 million worldwide, then we start talking about profitability. I don't see a way it won't get to $300 million, perhaps as early as this time next week, while $500 million worldwide is a reasonable goal to aim for. Its biggest new market of the weekend was South Korea where it earned first place with $11.09 million on 1,132 screens over the weekend for a total opening of $13.00 million. It also dominated the chart in Russia with $8.18 million on 2,246 screens. On the other hand, it only managed second place in Germany with $3.85 million on 676 screens. As far as holdovers go, the film remained in first place in the U.K. with $5.96 million in 582 theaters over the weekend for a two-week total of $20.44 million. This is about on par with its run here, which bodes well for its worldwide total. More...

Contest: Out of the Frying Pan: Winning Announcement

October 14th, 2015

Pan

The winners of our Out of the Frying Pan contest were determined and the entrants with the closest predictions for Pan opening weekend were... More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Box Office Celebrates Double-Milestone on Top

October 13th, 2015

The Martian

There was some great news at the box office this weekend, as both The Martian and Hotel Transylvania 2 reached the century mark. On the other hand, Pan bombed performing even worse than expected. I don't think there's really any controversy in saying it bombed, as the $150 million movie opened with less than Alexander and the Terrible Horrible No Good Very Bad Day made last year. The overall depth was also weak, which led to the box office falling 21% from last week and 20% from last year. 2015 is still way ahead of 2014, $8.30 billion to $7.87 billion, and it would take a serious collapse for that lead to evaporate before the end of the year. More...

Weekend Estimates: Martian, Jobs Red Hot; Pan Fried

October 11th, 2015

The Martian

As expected, The Martian will easily win a second straight weekend at the box office, with Fox predicting the film will fall just 32% from its opening to $37 million, for a running total of $108.7 million. That keeps it tracking just a little behind Gravity, which fell 23% in its second weekend, and ahead of Interstellar (down 40%, second time around) and Prometheus (59% down). Comparing all four movies, The Martian looks set to move easily past $200 million, and perhaps settle around $225 million, unless it tops that number thanks to a re-release around Oscar time. More...

Friday Estimates: Pan Doesn't Fly with Moviegoers

October 10th, 2015

Pan

Pan cost $150 million to make. It is very rare for a live-action family film to cost this much and the reason for that is very simple: these movies almost never become monster hits. Pan will certainly not be the exception, as it pulled in just $5.2 million on Friday. By comparison, Alexander and the Terrible Horrible No Good Very Bad Day had an opening day of $5.30 million. It also earned overall positive reviews, while Pan will go down as one of the worst major releases of the year. Even if we pretend the two films will have the same internal multiplier, Pan will only open with $18 million. $16 million seems more likely given its reviews. $16 million on a $150 million budget. This is terrible news for Warner Bros. And it is not like they've had a great year so far. More...

Weekend Predictions: Will Pan Pan Out?

October 9th, 2015

Pan

The only wide release of the week is Pan, which is being described as critically panned, because entertainment writers have a pathological need to use puns. I hate puns and I'm still guilty of this. Despite being the only new release, Pan isn't expected to open in first place, or even second place. The Martian is expected to repeat on top, while Hotel Transylvania 2 should have another strong hold remaining in second place. This weekend last year was in some ways the polar opposite, as there were four new releases in the top ten, plus another that opened in eleventh place. However, the result was the same, as Gone Girl remained in first place. The Martian should top Gone Girl's performance, while Hotel Transylvania 2 and Pan should match Dracula Untold and Alexander and the Terrible Horrible No Good Very Bad Day. However, after that, 2014's depth seems too strong and 2015 will likely lose in the year-over-year comparison. That's fine, as 2015's lead is huge and there are still a few (nearly) guaranteed monster hits left to open this year. More...

Contest: Rescue Mission: Winning Announcement

October 8th, 2015

The Martian

The winners of our Rescue Mission contest were determined and the entrants with the closest predictions for The Martian opening weekend were... More...

Contest: Out of the Frying Pan

October 2nd, 2015

Pan

Pan is only one true wide release next week. As such, it is the only choice for the target film for this week's Box Office Prediction contest. In order to win, one must simply predict the opening weekend box office number for Pan.

Whoever comes the closest to predicting the film's opening 3-day weekend box office (Friday to Sunday), without going over, will win a Frankenprize consisting of two previously reviewed DVDs or Blu-rays. Whoever comes the closest to predicting the film's opening 3-day weekend box office (Friday to Sunday), without going under, will win a Frankenprize consisting of two previously reviewed DVDs or Blu-rays. Finally, we will be choosing an entrant from the group of people who haven't won, or haven't won recently, and they will also win a Frankenprize consisting of two previously reviewed DVDs or Blu-rays. There is a difference this time. Two people will earn Frankenprizes consisting of two horror movies. The other winner will earn a Frankprize consisting of two "horror" movies, that is to say movies so bad that it will fill you with horror. Entries must be received by 10 a.m., Pacific Time on Friday to be eligible, so don't delay! More...

Contest: Slight Delay

October 2nd, 2015

Slight delay isn't the name of the contest. There will be a slight delay in the contest, as there may or may not have been a shipping error with the prizes. I was supposed to get one copy of What We Did on Our Holiday and three for a contest. I only received one copy. I'm not sure if that means they ran out of copies before they could supply the ones I needed for the contest, or if they will be shipping the prizes directly to the winners. Worse still, I can't simply wait till next week to feature What We Did on Our Holiday, as the next too weeks have tentative prizes booked. So I fired off an e-mail and I'm waiting for an answer. If I don't get one by the end of business today, we will be going with the same prizes as last time, two Frankenprizes comprised of two horror movies and a third Frankenprize consisting of two really bad movies. There will be a contest regardless and the target film will be Pan, so you can enter by sending your opening weekend box office prediction for Pan to contests@the-numbers.com.

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2015 Preview: October

October 1st, 2015

The Martian

September ended on a record note with the debut of Hotel Transylvania 2. Additionally, there was great depth and 2015's lead over 2014 grew to nearly $500 million. How do things look going forward? The month starts out with The Martian, which should have no trouble becoming the biggest hit of the month and might even top $200 million. On the other hand, no other film is expected to get to $100 million. There's only one or two that will even come close. Fortunately, last October was very similar with one $100 million hit, Gone Girl, while two other films came close, Annabelle and Fury. It looks like it will be up to the depth films from both years to determine which year comes out on top. More...

The shaded area represents the expected performance range for a film, based on its opening weekend box office. 95% of films fall within the shaded area. If a film trends towards the top end of the shaded area, it has good legs compared to the average film; if it trends towards the bottom end of the shaded area, it has poor legs. The predictive area is based on movies from the past 5 years.

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Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2015/10/09 3 $15,315,435   3,515 $4,357   $15,315,435 3
2015/10/16 6 $5,863,128 -62% 3,515 $1,668   $25,741,311 10
2015/10/23 11 $2,628,197 -55% 1,944 $1,352   $29,909,891 17
2015/10/30 15 $1,215,209 -54% 1,158 $1,049   $31,860,941 24
2015/11/06 19 $571,341 -53% 508 $1,125   $32,942,691 31
2015/11/13 24 $369,044 -35% 363 $1,017   $33,600,184 38
2015/11/20 19 $325,111 -12% 365 $891   $34,012,065 45
2015/11/27 21 $295,526 -9% 288 $1,026   $34,526,664 52
2015/12/04 26 $142,935 -52% 240 $596   $34,727,312 59
2015/12/11 30 $107,336 -25% 202 $531   $34,879,080 66
2015/12/18 34 $49,064 -54% 153 $321   $34,964,818 73
2015/12/25 48 $18,320 -63% 56 $327   $35,032,727 80
2016/01/01 48 $24,184 +32% 56 $432   $35,081,641 87

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2015/10/09 3 $5,183,169   3,515 $1,475   $5,183,169 1
2015/10/10 3 $5,988,093 +16% 3,515 $1,704   $11,171,262 2
2015/10/11 3 $4,144,173 -31% 3,515 $1,179   $15,315,435 3
2015/10/12 3 $2,002,694 -52% 3,515 $570   $17,318,129 4
2015/10/13 3 $1,104,121 -45% 3,515 $314   $18,422,250 5
2015/10/14 4 $722,483 -35% 3,515 $206   $19,144,733 6
2015/10/15 4 $733,450 +2% 3,515 $209   $19,878,183 7
2015/10/16 7 $1,679,429 +129% 3,515 $478   $21,557,612 8
2015/10/17 6 $2,541,310 +51% 3,515 $723   $24,098,922 9
2015/10/18 6 $1,642,389 -35% 3,515 $467   $25,741,311 10
2015/10/19 8 $391,432 -76% 3,515 $111   $26,132,743 11
2015/10/20 8 $487,493 +25% 3,515 $139   $26,620,236 12
2015/10/21 9 $334,070 -31% 3,515 $95   $26,954,306 13
2015/10/22 9 $327,388 -2% 3,515 $93   $27,281,694 14
2015/10/23 12 $685,096 +109% 1,944 $352   $27,966,790 15
2015/10/24 11 $1,159,579 +69% 1,944 $596   $29,126,369 16
2015/10/25 11 $783,522 -32% 1,944 $403   $29,909,891 17
2015/10/26 12 $186,345 -76% 1,944 $96   $30,096,236 18
2015/10/27 12 $214,296 +15% 1,944 $110   $30,310,532 19
2015/10/28 12 $169,293 -21% 1,944 $87   $30,479,825 20
2015/10/29 12 $165,907 -2% 1,944 $85   $30,645,732 21
2015/10/30 15 $325,258 +96% 1,158 $281   $30,970,990 22
2015/10/31 16 $348,146 +7% 1,158 $301   $31,319,136 23
2015/11/01 14 $541,805 +56% 1,158 $468   $31,860,941 24
2015/11/02 15 $132,850 -75% 1,158 $115   $31,993,791 25
2015/11/03 15 $185,990 +40% 1,158 $161   $32,179,781 26
2015/11/04 15 $92,995 -50% 1,158 $80   $32,272,776 27
2015/11/05 15 $98,574 +6% 1,158 $85   $32,371,350 28
2015/11/06 - $126,596 +28% 508 $249   $32,497,946 29
2015/11/07 - $267,586 +111% 508 $527   $32,765,532 30
2015/11/08 - $177,159 -34% 508 $349   $32,942,691 31
2015/11/09 - $38,974 -78% 508 $77   $32,981,665 32
2015/11/10 - $57,291 +47% 508 $113   $33,038,956 33
2015/11/11 15 $160,154 +180% 508 $315   $33,199,110 34
2015/11/12 - $32,030 -80% 508 $63   $33,231,140 35
2015/11/13 - $86,051 +169% 363 $237   $33,317,191 36
2015/11/14 - $172,581 +101% 363 $475   $33,489,772 37
2015/11/15 - $110,412 -36% 363 $304   $33,600,184 38
2015/11/16 - $23,186 -79% 363 $64   $33,623,370 39
2015/11/17 - $25,670 +11% 363 $71   $33,649,040 40
2015/11/18 - $20,793 -19% 363 $57   $33,669,833 41
2015/11/19 - $17,121 -18% 363 $47   $33,686,954 42
2015/11/20 - $75,022 +338% 365 $206   $33,761,976 43
2015/11/21 - $145,244 +94% 365 $398   $33,907,220 44
2015/11/22 - $104,845 -28% 365 $287   $34,012,065 45
2015/11/23 - $51,470 -51% 365 $141   $34,063,535 46
2015/11/24 15 $63,308 +23% 365 $173   $34,126,843 47
2015/11/25 - $65,983 +4% 288 $229   $34,192,826 48
2015/11/26 - $38,312 -42% 288 $133   $34,231,138 49
2015/11/27 - $114,201 +198% 288 $397   $34,345,339 50
2015/11/28 - $115,719 +1% 288 $402   $34,461,058 51
2015/11/29 - $65,606 -43% 288 $228   $34,526,664 52
2015/11/30 - $14,433 -78% 288 $50   $34,541,097 53
2015/12/01 - $15,897 +10% 288 $55   $34,556,994 54
2015/12/02 - $13,830 -13% 288 $48   $34,570,824 55
2015/12/03 - $13,553 -2% 288 $47   $34,584,377 56
2015/12/04 - $33,819 +150% 240 $141   $34,618,196 57
2015/12/05 - $64,520 +91% 240 $269   $34,682,716 58
2015/12/06 - $44,596 -31% 240 $186   $34,727,312 59
2015/12/07 - $10,403 -77% 240 $43   $34,737,715 60
2015/12/08 - $12,171 +17% 240 $51   $34,749,886 61
2015/12/09 - $10,875 -11% 240 $45   $34,760,761 62
2015/12/10 - $10,983 +1% 240 $46   $34,771,744 63
2015/12/11 - $24,990 +128% 202 $124   $34,796,734 64
2015/12/12 - $50,180 +101% 202 $248   $34,846,914 65
2015/12/13 - $32,166 -36% 202 $159   $34,879,080 66
2015/12/14 - $8,041 -75% 202 $40   $34,887,121 67
2015/12/15 - $8,845 +10% 202 $44   $34,895,966 68
2015/12/16 - $8,756 -1% 202 $43   $34,904,722 69
2015/12/17 - $11,032 +26% 202 $55   $34,915,754 70
2015/12/18 - $14,305 +30% 153 $93   $34,930,059 71
2015/12/19 - $19,441 +36% 153 $127   $34,949,500 72
2015/12/20 - $15,318 -21% 153 $100   $34,964,818 73
2015/12/21 - $12,560 -18% 153 $82   $34,977,378 74
2015/12/22 - $14,144 +13% 153 $92   $34,991,522 75
2015/12/23 - $14,465 +2% 153 $95   $35,005,987 76
2015/12/24 - $8,420 -42% 153 $55   $35,014,407 77
2015/12/25 - $5,367 -36% 56 $96   $35,019,774 78
2015/12/26 - $7,851 +46% 56 $140   $35,027,625 79
2015/12/27 - $5,102 -35% 56 $91   $35,032,727 80
2015/12/28 - $5,854 +15% 56 $105   $35,038,581 81
2015/12/29 - $7,132 +22% 56 $127   $35,045,713 82
2015/12/30 - $6,751 -5% 56 $121   $35,052,464 83
2015/12/31 - $4,993 -26% 56 $89   $35,057,457 84
2016/01/01 - $9,867 +98% 56 $176   $35,067,324 85
2016/01/02 - $9,123 -8% 56 $163   $35,076,447 86
2016/01/03 - $5,194 -43% 56 $93   $35,081,641 87
2016/01/04 - $2,145 -59% 56 $38   $35,083,786 88
2016/01/05 - $1,658 -23% 56 $30   $35,085,444 89
2016/01/06 - $1,326 -20% 56 $24   $35,086,770 90
2016/01/07 - $1,550 +17% 56 $28   $35,088,320 91

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2015/10/09 3 $19,878,183   3,515 $5,655   $19,878,183 7
2015/10/16 7 $7,403,511 -63% 3,515 $2,106   $27,281,694 14
2015/10/23 12 $3,364,038 -55% 1,944 $1,730   $30,645,732 21
2015/10/30 16 $1,725,618 -49% 1,158 $1,490   $32,371,350 28
2015/11/06 18 $859,790 -50% 508 $1,693   $33,231,140 35
2015/11/13 23 $455,814 -47% 363 $1,256   $33,686,954 42
2015/11/20 22 $544,184 +19% 288 $1,890   $34,231,138 49
2015/11/27 22 $353,239 -35% 288 $1,227   $34,584,377 56
2015/12/04 26 $187,367 -47% 240 $781   $34,771,744 63
2015/12/11 32 $144,010 -23% 202 $713   $34,915,754 70
2015/12/18 34 $98,653 -31% 153 $645   $35,014,407 77
2015/12/25 47 $43,050 -56% 56 $769   $35,057,457 84
2016/01/01 51 $30,863 -28% 56 $551   $35,088,320 91

Box Office Summary Per Territory

Territory Release
Date
Opening
Weekend
Opening
Weekend
Theaters
Maximum
Theaters
Theatrical
Engagements
Total
Box Office
Report
Date
Argentina 10/8/2015 $517,478 159 159 444 $1,211,152 12/16/2015
Australia 9/25/2015 $1,466,208 472 472 1898 $5,097,646 6/9/2016
Austria 10/9/2015 $93,275 94 94 259 $195,454 12/21/2015
Belgium 10/14/2015 $179,587 85 116 436 $769,738 9/5/2016
Bolivia 10/8/2015 $90,763 24 25 101 $359,828 12/1/2015
Brazil 10/8/2015 $0 0 713 2303 $6,993,429 6/9/2016
Bulgaria 10/16/2015 $27,418 48 48 152 $79,258 12/1/2015
Central America 10/8/2015 $0 0 106 145 $1,079,759 11/3/2015
Chile 10/8/2015 $0 0 71 187 $775,780 11/25/2015
China 10/22/2015 $2,690,000 0 0 0 $3,440,000 10/26/2015
Colombia 10/8/2015 $0 0 251 427 $1,493,216 10/27/2015
Croatia 10/8/2015 $0 0 26 106 $109,345 12/8/2015
Czech Republic 10/8/2015 $65,575 111 111 268 $169,250 11/10/2015
Ecuador 10/8/2015 $0 0 91 265 $979,809 12/16/2015
Estonia 10/9/2015 $25,242 8 11 28 $65,910 10/27/2015
Finland 10/9/2015 $25,333 84 84 153 $81,370 10/27/2015
France 10/21/2015 $2,142,270 489 489 1886 $5,121,104 11/17/2015
Germany 10/8/2015 $688,197 678 678 1964 $1,528,294 11/10/2015
Greece 10/22/2015 $132,791 132 132 267 $328,776 11/10/2015
Hong Kong 10/8/2015 $445,739 59 59 118 $784,112 11/17/2015
Iceland 10/16/2015 $28,120 17 17 32 $63,192 10/27/2015
Indonesia 10/9/2015 $592,756 232 232 258 $1,231,660 10/27/2015
Iraq 10/8/2015 $3,199 3 3 5 $7,560 10/20/2015
Israel 10/8/2015 $55,760 144 144 383 $496,662 12/1/2015
Italy 11/12/2015 $1,198,610 537 537 1363 $3,091,978 6/9/2016
Japan 10/31/2015 $1,285,850 672 672 2006 $4,669,023 11/17/2015
Lebanon 10/8/2015 $13,635 6 6 17 $82,214 11/17/2015
Malaysia 10/8/2015 $725,991 281 281 640 $1,515,025 11/17/2015
Mexico 10/8/2015 $2,924,591 0 425 425 $7,165,748 11/3/2015
Netherlands 10/8/2015 $187,169 228 228 881 $1,110,704 11/25/2015
New Zealand 10/2/2015 $239,514 135 164 693 $926,599 12/16/2015
Peru 10/15/2015 $0 0 103 284 $1,165,392 12/1/2015
Philippines 10/8/2015 $1,076,830 182 182 395 $1,975,668 11/3/2015
Portugal 10/15/2015 $132,260 102 102 420 $358,658 12/16/2015
Romania 10/9/2015 $103,979 68 68 164 $225,524 10/28/2015
Russia (CIS) 10/8/2015 $2,096,955 1908 1908 4545 $3,987,211 10/28/2015
Serbia and Montenegro 10/8/2015 $0 0 15 15 $37,946 11/10/2015
Singapore 10/8/2015 $548,958 52 52 171 $1,042,955 6/9/2016
Slovakia 10/22/2015 $41,097 51 51 101 $87,453 11/11/2015
Slovenia 10/8/2015 $7,457 19 19 38 $13,482 10/22/2015
South Africa 10/9/2015 $108,921 77 106 268 $332,472 10/27/2015
South Korea 10/8/2015 $862,250 428 428 585 $1,258,752 11/10/2015
Spain 10/9/2015 $1,657,217 434 434 2012 $4,340,730 6/9/2016
Sweden 10/23/2015 $0 0 113 173 $633,471 12/1/2015
Switzerland 10/8/2015 $74,843 49 49 71 $74,843 10/20/2015
Taiwan 10/8/2015 $468,146 125 125 281 $972,248 11/10/2015
Thailand 10/8/2015 $440,467 155 155 328 $957,048 11/3/2015
Turkey 12/11/2015 $108,310 147 147 266 $213,926 1/5/2016
Ukraine 10/8/2015 $168,429 199 199 572 $399,457 11/10/2015
United Arab Emirates 10/8/2015 $290,186 62 62 165 $1,029,477 12/16/2015
United Kingdom 10/16/2015 $4,229,089 491 508 5208 $13,454,128 6/9/2016
Uruguay 10/8/2015 $18,679 6 8 58 $64,846 12/29/2015
Venezuela 10/9/2015 $0 0 33 131 $2,862,934 12/16/2015
Vietnam 10/9/2015 $247,595 113 113 257 $619,703 11/3/2015
 
Rest of World $1,668,081
 
International Total$88,800,000 9/5/2016

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
12/27/20156215,349 215,349$3,296,993$3,296,9932
1/3/2016855,696-74% 271,045$888,908$4,185,9013
1/10/20161818,489-67% 289,534$295,639$4,481,5404
1/17/2016209,242-50% 298,776$147,780$4,629,3205
1/24/2016219,035-2% 307,811$136,700$4,766,0206
2/7/20162213,492 330,609$141,261$5,000,2488
2/21/20162917,862 360,634$232,206$5,398,35710

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
12/27/201512113,691 113,691$3,182,216$3,182,2162
1/3/20161432,814-71% 146,505$918,473$4,100,6893
1/10/20161910,815-67% 157,320$302,701$4,403,3904
1/31/20161810,179 179,974$306,401$5,085,2817

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