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The Perfect Match (2016)

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Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $9,669,521Details
Home Market Performance
Est. Domestic DVD Sales $484,418 Details
Est. Domestic Blu-ray Sales $418,964 Details
Total Est. Domestic Video Sales $903,382
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  3. Box Office
  4. International
  5. Video Sales
  6. Full Financials
  7. Cast & Crew
  8. Trailer

Synopsis

Charlie is a playboy who's convinced that relationships are dead. His two best friends Rick and Victor bet him that if he sticks to one woman for one month, he's bound to get attached. Charlie denies this until he crosses paths with the beautiful and mysterious Eva. They may agree to a casual affair, but eventually Charlie is questioning whether he may actually want more.

Metrics

Latest Ranking on Cumulative Box Office Lists

RecordRankAmount
All Time Domestic Box Office (Rank 4,801-4,900) 4,870 $9,669,521
All Time Worldwide Box Office (Rank 6,101-6,200) 6,156 $9,669,521
All Time Domestic Highest Grossing Limited Release Movies (Rank 201-300) 299 $9,669,521
All Time Domestic Box Office for R Movies (Rank 1,501-1,600) 1,578 $9,669,521
All Time Worldwide Box Office for R Movies (Rank 1,801-1,900) 1,897 $9,669,521

See the Box Office tab (Domestic) and International tab (International and Worldwide) for more Cumulative Box Office Records.


Movie Details

Production Budget:$5,000,000
Domestic Releases: March 11th, 2016 (Wide) by Lionsgate
Video Release: July 19th, 2016 by Lionsgate Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: R for sexuality, some nudity, and language throughout.
(Rated 2/17/2016)
Running Time: 91 minutes
Comparisons: vs. Think Like a Man
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Keywords: African-American, Romance
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Romantic Comedy
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: Lionsgate, Codeblack Films, Jorva Entertainment Productions, Flavor Unit Films
Production Countries: United States

Ranking on other Records and Milestones

RecordRankAmountChart
Date
Days In
Release
Biggest 2nd Weekend Limited Release 88 $1,974,056 Mar 18, 2016 10
Biggest Opening Weekend Limited Release 29 $4,294,232 Mar 11, 2016 3

Cast

   Charlie
   Eva
   Rick
   Pressie
   Victor
   Ginger
Joe Pantoliano    Marty
   Sherry
Brandy Norwood    Avatia
Kali Hawk    Karen
Robin Givens    Geneva
Beau Smart    Abram
Draya Michele    Holly
Chantel Jeffries    Fawn
French Montana    Himself
Timothy DeLaGhetto    Himself
Layla Jama    Dana
Casper Smart    Abram
Bria Murphy    Mimi
John Nania    Boris
Anzu Lawson    Sophia
Jessica White    Tammi
Kevin Michael Walsh    Nate
John Nolan    Assistant Director
Candice Craig    Cindy
Eugena Washington    Gena
Janelle Froehlich    Ellie
LaToya Tonodeo    Bridesmaid 1
Jillian Easton    Bridesmaid 2
Kristi Ellingsworth    Eva's Assistant
Jana Savage    Business Woman
Krystal Harris    Selfie Girl

Production and Technical Credits

Director   
Screenwriter    Brandon Broussard
Screenwriter    Gary Hardwick
Producer    Johnson Chan
Producer    Douglas Shaffer
Producer    Yaneley Arty
Producer    Otis Best
Producer    Alex Avant
Producer    Paula Patton
Producer    Terrence J
Executive Producer    Vincent Reppert
Executive Producer    Stephanie Rennie
Executive Producer    Jacob York
Executive Producer    Lisa Reppert
Executive Producer    Queen Latifah
Executive Producer    Shakim Compere
Director of Photography    Tommy Maddox Upshaw
Production Designer    Niko Vilaivongs
Editor    Michael Jablow
Costume Designer    Janelle Carothers
Music Supervisor    Kier Lehman
Composer    Kurt Farquhar
Co-Producer    Tamanna Shah
Co-Producer    Kimberly Hardin
Casting Director    Kimberly Hardin
Casting Director    Natasha Ward
Script Supervisor    Joanne Small
Script Supervisor    Sara Geralds
Second Assistant Director    Robert Morrone
Assistant Director    Joel Nishimine
Production Supervisor    Markus Hill
Associate Producer    Douglas Howell
Associate Producer    Simona Brhlokova
Visual Effects Producer    Jessica Clarke
Visual Effects Supervisor    Worth Bjorn Walter
Assistant Editor    Susan Demskey Horiuchi
Assistant Editor    Q. Heinrichs
Score Mixer    Mark Curry
Music Editor    Cory Milano
Costume Supervisor    Janet Ross
Make up    Cole Patterson
Hairstylist    Maynard Matthews
Sound Mixer    Steve Nelson
Sound Mixer    Jennifer Ricciardi
Supervising Sound Editor    Robert Webber
Sound Effects Editor    Bob Costanza
Dialogue Editor    Tim Terasa
Re-recording Mixer    Michael Perricone
Stunt Coordinator    Alan Noel Vega

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Weekend Wrap-Up: Zootopia Leads the Way with $37.16 million, while The Divergent Series Collapses

March 22nd, 2016

Zootopia

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Weekend Wrap-Up: Zootopia Doubles The Competition with $51.34 Million

March 15th, 2016

Zootopia

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March 13th, 2016

Zootopia

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Thursday Night Previews: Cloverfield gets Lucky During Its Previews

March 11th, 2016

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March 10th, 2016

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Zootopia

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Domestic Cumulative Box Office Records


Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2016/03/11 6 $4,294,232   925 $4,642   $4,294,232 1
2016/03/18 8 $1,974,056 -54% 925 $2,134   $7,380,235 2
2016/03/25 14 $682,647 -65% 658 $1,037   $8,724,275 3
2016/04/01 21 $315,085 -54% 301 $1,047   $9,355,076 4
2016/04/08 29 $124,603 -60% 153 $814   $9,576,064 5
2016/04/15 58 $14,276 -89% 60 $238   $9,628,171 6
2016/04/22 49 $23,957 +68% 85 $282   $9,658,370 7

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2016/03/11 5 $1,554,061   925 $1,680   $1,554,061 1
2016/03/12 6 $1,731,442 +11% 925 $1,872   $3,285,503 2
2016/03/13 6 $1,008,729 -42% 925 $1,091   $4,294,232 3
2016/03/14 7 $307,097 -70% 925 $332   $4,601,329 4
2016/03/15 9 $331,747 +8% 925 $359   $4,933,076 5
2016/03/16 8 $251,166 -24% 925 $272   $5,184,242 6
2016/03/17 8 $221,937 -12% 925 $240   $5,406,179 7
2016/03/18 8 $581,995 +162% 925 $629   $5,988,174 8
2016/03/19 8 $866,309 +49% 925 $937   $6,854,483 9
2016/03/20 8 $525,752 -39% 925 $568   $7,380,235 10
2016/03/21 9 $181,148 -66% 925 $196   $7,561,383 11
2016/03/22 9 $201,217 +11% 925 $218   $7,762,600 12
2016/03/23 10 $155,093 -23% 925 $168   $7,917,693 13
2016/03/24 10 $123,935 -20% 925 $134   $8,041,628 14
2016/03/25 15 $216,469 +75% 658 $329   $8,258,097 15
2016/03/26 14 $279,091 +29% 658 $424   $8,537,188 16
2016/03/27 14 $187,087 -33% 658 $284   $8,724,275 17
2016/03/28 14 $94,148 -50% 658 $143   $8,818,423 18
2016/03/29 13 $92,840 -1% 658 $141   $8,911,263 19
2016/03/30 14 $67,829 -27% 658 $103   $8,979,092 20
2016/03/31 14 $60,899 -10% 658 $93   $9,039,991 21
2016/04/01 - $90,620 +49% 301 $301   $9,130,611 22
2016/04/02 - $144,921 +60% 301 $481   $9,275,532 23
2016/04/03 - $79,544 -45% 301 $264   $9,355,076 24
2016/04/04 - $25,175 -68% 301 $84   $9,380,251 25
2016/04/05 - $27,571 +10% 301 $92   $9,407,822 26
2016/04/06 - $22,233 -19% 301 $74   $9,430,055 27
2016/04/07 - $21,406 -4% 301 $71   $9,451,461 28
2016/04/08 - $36,647 +71% 153 $240   $9,488,108 29
2016/04/09 - $56,679 +55% 153 $370   $9,544,787 30
2016/04/10 - $31,277 -45% 153 $204   $9,576,064 31
2016/04/11 - $11,207 -64% 153 $73   $9,587,271 32
2016/04/12 - $11,663 +4% 153 $76   $9,598,934 33
2016/04/13 - $9,089 -22% 153 $59   $9,608,023 34
2016/04/14 - $5,872 -35% 153 $38   $9,613,895 35
2016/04/15 - $4,128 -30% 60 $69   $9,618,023 36
2016/04/16 - $6,425 +56% 60 $107   $9,624,448 37
2016/04/17 - $3,723 -42% 60 $62   $9,628,171 38
2016/04/18 - $1,735 -53% 60 $29   $9,629,906 39
2016/04/19 - $1,574 -9% 60 $26   $9,631,480 40
2016/04/20 - $1,655 +5% 60 $28   $9,633,135 41
2016/04/21 - $1,278 -23% 60 $21   $9,634,413 42
2016/04/22 - $6,809 +433% 85 $80   $9,641,222 43
2016/04/23 - $9,877 +45% 85 $116   $9,651,099 44
2016/04/24 - $7,271 -26% 85 $86   $9,658,370 45
2016/04/25 - $2,682 -63% 85 $32   $9,661,052 46
2016/04/26 - $3,102 +16% 85 $36   $9,664,154 47
2016/04/27 - $2,562 -17% 85 $30   $9,666,716 48
2016/04/28 - $2,805 +9% 85 $33   $9,669,521 49

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2016/03/11 6 $5,406,179   925 $5,845   $5,406,179 1
2016/03/18 8 $2,635,449 -51% 925 $2,849   $8,041,628 2
2016/03/25 14 $998,363 -62% 658 $1,517   $9,039,991 3
2016/04/01 22 $411,470 -59% 301 $1,367   $9,451,461 4
2016/04/08 29 $162,434 -61% 153 $1,062   $9,613,895 5
2016/04/15 61 $20,518 -87% 60 $342   $9,634,413 6
2016/04/22 50 $35,108 +71% 85 $413   $9,669,521 7

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
7/24/2016913,838 13,838$179,479$179,4791

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
7/24/2016146,209 6,209$93,315$93,3151

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