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The Revenant (2015)

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Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $183,637,894Details
International Box Office $349,312,609Details
Worldwide Box Office $532,950,503
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $14,440,055 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $17,256,507 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $31,696,562
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  7. Cast & Crew
  8. Trailer

Synopsis

In an expedition of the uncharted American wilderness, legendary explorer Hugh Glass is brutally attacked by a bear and left for dead by members of his own hunting team. In a quest to survive, Glass endures unimaginable grief as well as the betrayal of his confidant John Fitzgerald. Guided by sheer will and the love of his family, Glass must navigate a vicious winter in a relentless pursuit to live and find redemption

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics Certified FreshAudience Upright
Critics
82% - Certified Fresh
Audience
84% - Upright

Latest Ranking on Cumulative Box Office Lists


Movie Details

Production Budget:$135,000,000
Domestic Releases: December 25th, 2015 (Oscar Qualifying Run) by 20th Century Fox
January 8th, 2016 (Expands Wide) by 20th Century Fox
International Releases: January 6th, 2016 (Wide) (Austria)
January 6th, 2016 (Wide) (Germany)
January 7th, 2016 (Wide) (Bahrain)
January 7th, 2016 (Wide) (Iraq)
January 7th, 2016 (Wide) (Kuwait)
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Video Release: March 22nd, 2016 by Fox Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: R for strong frontier combat and violence including gory images, a sexual assault, language and brief nudity.
(Rating bulletin 2392, 9/23/2015)
Running Time: 156 minutes
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Keywords: Animals Gone Bad, 1800s, Left for Dead, Native Americans, Dream Sequence, Development Hell, 2016 Oscars Best Picture Nominee
Source:Based on Fiction Book/Short Story
Genre:Adventure
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Dramatization
Production Companies: New Regency, RatPac Entertainment, Anonymous Content, M. Productions, Appian Way
Production Countries: United States

Ranking on other Records and Milestones

RecordRankRevenueChart
Date
Days In
Release
Biggest 22nd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 751 $4,684 May 20, 2016 150
Biggest 21st Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 666 $14,323 May 13, 2016 143
Biggest 20th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 623 $30,081 May 6, 2016 136
Biggest 19th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 551 $68,812 Apr 29, 2016 129
Biggest 18th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 522 $108,895 Apr 22, 2016 122
Biggest 17th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 486 $155,013 Apr 15, 2016 115
Biggest 16th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 412 $245,043 Apr 8, 2016 108
Biggest 15th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 427 $295,625 Apr 1, 2016 101
Biggest 14th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 339 $446,912 Mar 25, 2016 94
Biggest 13th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 165 $1,207,791 Mar 18, 2016 87
Biggest 12th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 99 $2,056,262 Mar 11, 2016 80
Biggest 11th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 62 $3,402,675 Mar 4, 2016 73
Biggest 10th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 65 $3,953,291 Feb 26, 2016 66
Biggest 9th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 91 $3,866,741 Feb 19, 2016 59
Biggest 8th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 52 $6,525,668 Feb 12, 2016 52
Fastest Movies to Earn $150 Million at the Domestic Box Office 247 $150,235,692 Feb 5, 2016 46
Biggest 7th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 75 $6,939,795 Feb 5, 2016 45
Biggest 6th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 21 $12,779,530 Jan 29, 2016 38
Biggest 5th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 19 $16,009,718 Jan 22, 2016 31
Fastest Movies to Earn $100 Million at the Domestic Box Office 392 $101,058,456 Jan 15, 2016 27
Biggest Monday at the Domestic Box Office 309 $5,731,586 Jan 18, 2016 25
Biggest 4th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 5 $31,796,633 Jan 15, 2016 24
Fastest Movies to Earn $50 Million at the Domestic Box Office 906 $50,353,853 Jan 8, 2016 19
Biggest Sunday at the Domestic Box Office 429 $10,199,780 Jan 10, 2016 17
Biggest 3rd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 9 $39,826,840 Jan 8, 2016 17
Biggest January Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 11 $39,826,840 Jan 8, 2016 17
Biggest Weekends at the Domestic Box Office 387 $39,826,840 Jan 8, 2016 17
Biggest January Day at the Domestic Box Office 26 $15,275,109 Jan 9, 2016 16
Biggest Saturday at the Domestic Box Office 383 $15,275,109 Jan 9, 2016 16
Biggest Single Days at the Domestic Box Office 974 $15,275,109 Jan 9, 2016 16
Biggest Friday at the Domestic Box Office 344 $14,351,951 Jan 8, 2016 15
Biggest 2nd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 4,682 $447,829 Jan 1, 2016 10
Biggest Opening Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 4,931 $474,560 Dec 25, 2015 3

Cast

   Hugh Glass
   John Fitzgerald
Domhnall Gleeson    Captain Andrew Henry
Will Poulter    Bridger
Forrest Goodluck    Hawk
Paul Anderson    Anderson
Kristoffer Joner    Murphy
Joshua Burge    Stubby Bill
Duane Howard    Elk Dog
Melaw Nakehk'o    Powaga
Fabrice Adde    Toussaint
Arthur Redcloud    Hikuc
Christopher Rosamund    Boone
Robert Moloney    Dave Stomach Wound
Lukas Haas    Jones
Brendan Fletcher    Fryman
Tyson Wood    Weston
McCaleb Burnett    Beckett
Vincent LeClerc    French Trapper
Stephane Legault    French Trapper
Emmanuel Bilodeau    French Interpreter
Cole Vandale    Coulter Naked Pale Trapper
Thomas Guiry    Billy Brother Trapper
Scott Olynek    Johnnie Brother Trapper
Amelia Crow Shoe    Pregnant Pawnee Woman
Peter Strand Rumple    Scalped Shirtlesst Trapper
Timothy Lyle    Gordon in Shack
Kory Grim    Trapper Hatchet in Back
Anthony Starlight    Arikara Chief
Jamie Medicine Crane    Arikara Crying Woman
Veronica Marlowe    Arikara Crying Woman
Clarence Hoof    Arikara Healer
Dion Little Child    Arikara Warrior
Blake Wildcat    Arikara Warrior
Paul Young Pine    Arikara Warrior
Cody Big Tobacco    Arikara Warrior
Dallas Young Pine    Arikara Warrior
Chesley Wilson    Arikara Elder
Michael Fraser    Trapper Violin Player
Duncan Scott    Trapper Violin Player
Mariah Old Shoes    Pawnee Prostitutes
Grace Dove    Wife of Hugh Glass
Adrian McMorran    American Soldier
Isaiah Tootoosis    Boy Hawk
Alex Bisping    Trapper
Chris Ippolito    Trapper
Jeffrey Olynek    Trapper
C Adam Leigh    Trapper
Kevin Corey    Trapper
Daniel Rampanen    Trapper
Javier Botet    Nightmare Character
Haysam Kadri    Doctor
Jordan Crawford    Fort Butcher
David Rampanen    Harp Player

Production and Technical Credits

Director   
Screenwriter    Mark L. Smith
Screenwriter    Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu
Based on the novel by    Michael Punke
Producer    Arnon Milchan
Producer    Steve Golin
Producer    Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu
Producer    Keith Redmon
Producer    James W. Skotchdopole
Producer    Mary Parent
Executive Producer    Brett Ratner
Executive Producer    James Packer
Executive Producer    Jennifer Davisson Killoran
Executive Producer    David Kanter
Executive Producer    Markus Barmettler
Executive Producer    Philip Lee
Director of Photography    Emmanuel Lubezki
Production Designer    Jack Fisk
Editor    Stephen Mirrione
Composer    Ryuichi Sakamoto
Composer    Alva Noto
Additional Music    Bryce Dessner
Costume Designer    Jacqueline West
Visual Effects Supervisor    Rich McBride
Casting Director    Francine Maisler
Unit Production Manager    Drew Locke
First Assistant Director    Scott Robertson
Second Assistant Director    Megan M. Shank
Co-Producer    Alex G Scott
Co-Producer    Scott Robertson
Co-Producer    Doug Jones
Co-Producer    Nicolas Giacobone
Co-Producer    Alexander Dinelaris
Stunt Coordinator    Doug Coleman
Stunt Coordinator    Scott Ateah
Stunt Coordinator    Brian Machleit
Stunt Coordinator    Mark Vanselow
Visual Effects Producer    Ivy Agregan
Unit Production Manager    James W. Skotchdopole
Unit Production Manager    Doug Jones
Second Assistant Director    Matthew Haggerty
Second Assistant Director    Jeremy Marks
Third Assistant Director    Silver Butler
Script Supervisor    Jessica Clothier
Post-Production Supervisor    Valerie Flueger Veras
Supervising Sound Editor    Lon Bender
Sound Designer    Jon Title
Sound Designer    Lon Bender
Supervising Sound Editor    Jon Title
Sound Designer    Jon Taylor
Sound Designer    Frank A. Montano
Re-recording Mixer    Randy Thom
Re-recording Mixer    Lynn Fainchtein
Dialogue Editor    John Stuver
Dialogue Editor    Chris Welch
Dialogue Editor    Laura Graham
Dialogue Editor    Michelle Perrone
Dialogue Editor    Julie Feiner
Dialogue Editor    Greg Brown
Sound Effects Editor    Adam Kopald
Sound Effects Editor    Bill Dean
Sound Effects Editor    Hector Gika
Sound Effects Editor    David McMoyler
Sound Effects Editor    Stephen Robinson
Sound Effects Editor    D. Chris Smith
Supervising Art Director    Michael Diner
Supervising Art Director    Isabelle Guay
Art Director    Laurel Bergman
Set Decorator    Hamish Purdy
Costume Supervisor    Jana Rayne MacDonald
Special Make-up Effects    Adrien Morot
Make up    Graham Johnston
Make up    Sharon Toohey
Make up    Vicki Syskakis
Hairstylist    Robert Pandini
Hairstylist    Jo Dee Thomson
Special Effects Supervisor    Cam Waldbauer
Special Effects Coordinator    Stewart Bradley
Special Effects Coordinator    P. David Benediktson
Make-up and Hair Designer    Sian Grigg
Make-up and Hair Designer    Duncan Jarman
Supervising Sound Editor    Martin Hernandez
Sound Designer    Martin Hernandez
Sound Mixer    Chris Duesterdiek
Animation Supervisor: ILM    Matt Shumway
Visual Effects Supervisor: ILM    Jason Smith
Special Effects Supervisor    Cameron Waldbauer

Home Market Releases for April 19th, 2016

April 19th, 2016

Drunk Stoned Brilliant Dead

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March 31st, 2016

Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice

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International Box Office: Zootopia Remains Tops with International Haul of $64.8 million

March 23rd, 2016

Zootopia

Zootopia remained in first place with $64.8 million in 49 markets for totals of $389.9 million internationally and $590.8 million worldwide. The film's biggest opening was in Australia, where it earned first place with $3.08 million on 479 screens over the weekend for a total opening of $3.48 million including previews. It also topped the charts during its opening weekend in Brazil with $2.57 million on 774 screens. The film's biggest market overall was China, where it remained in first place with $37.24 million over the weekend for a three-week total of $172.79 million. This blows past Kung Fu Panda 3's record for an animated film and it will soon become the first such film to reach the $200 million mark in that market. More...

Home Market Releases for March 22nd, 2016

March 21st, 2016

Mountain Men

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International Box Office: Ip Man 3 has First Place Debut with $75.0 million, maybe.

March 10th, 2016

Ip Man 3

It's a really bad week for international numbers, but not because the box office numbers are low. Ip Man 3 reportedly opened in first place with $75.0 million in three markets over the weekend for a total of $76.5 million. This includes $71.28 million in its native China. I say "reportedly" because this week this story broke. If this is true, then we will have to doubt any box office number coming out of China. This is a mess. Chinese films regularly reach the top five on the international chart, so if we can't trust the official reports, it makes these figures nearly useless. More...

International Box Office: Deadpool Has Double-Milestone Weekend with $40.2 million

March 3rd, 2016

Deadpool

Deadpool reached two milestones this weekend topping $300 million internationally and $600 million worldwide. Over the weekend, the film added $40.2 million in 74 markets to its running tally, which now sits at $324.1 million internationally and $609.4 million worldwide. At this pace, the film will have no trouble getting to $400 million internationally and $700 million worldwide. It is massively profitable, but I am worried the studio will double, or triple, the production budget of the sequel and then insist on more control over the process, because the stakes are higher. More...

Oscar Predictions: Mad Max Heads Technical Categories, Revenant Favorite for Best Picture

February 28th, 2016

Predicted Oscar Winners

Voting in our annual Predict the Academy Awards contest is now closed, and we can reveal the final vote totals in each category, along with the rough probability for which film will win each award. This is a year where readers are very confident about the outcomes in many of the categories. In fact, there isn’t a single major category where less than 50% of readers picked the same winner, and there are five Oscars where 90% or more of readers agreed on the outcome, including a massive 97% of the vote for Inside Out for Best Animated Feature. That makes The Revenant a rather more uncertain bet, with 70% of readers favoring it for Best Picture. That’s actually theoretically the closest call among all the major prizes… More...

Weekend Estimates: Deadpool Enjoys Third Weekend Win

February 28th, 2016

Deadpool

This is shaping up to be a triumphant weekend for 20th Century Fox. The studio will take three out of the top five spots at the box office this weekend, with Deadpool claiming a third straight win with $31.5 million, taking it to a huge (for the time of year) $285.6 million by close of business on Sunday. The studio’s Kung Fu Panda 3 will be down just 28% to $9 million in third place, for $128.5 million to date, and their new release Eddie the Eagle will land in fifth with a slightly disappointing, but not horrible, $6.3 million. Oh, and The Revenant is still in the top ten in its tenth weekend in release, and is the hot favorite to win Best Picture at the Oscars this evening (more on that in a moment).

All of which is a roundabout way of saying that Gods of Egypt had a horrible opening weekend… More...

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February 28th, 2016

The Revenant

It’s Oscar day and, if all goes to plan, I will be live-blogging the ceremony tonight. Here is the list of nominees marked according to predictions from our readers, and my personal wishes. Nominees in Bold are the ones predicted to win by our readers (we’ll have a full rundown of the predictions at noon, after the contest ends). If I am predicting a different film, those are in Italics. Meanwhile, the nominees I want to win, but don’t think will win, are Underlined. There are a few categories where the film I really think deserves the award was not even nominated, plus a few I don’t have a real opinion on.

If you haven’t done so already, it’s not too late to enter our Oscar competition, and win all Best Picture nominees on Blu-ray or DVD. More...

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February 27th, 2016

The Revenant

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February 26th, 2016

The Revenant

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February 24th, 2016

Creed

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February 17th, 2016

Deadpool

Most people thought Deadpool would be a big hit over the weekend. I didn't see a single prediction that said it would be this big. It earned $132.43 million over the three-day weekend, which is more than enough to cover its entire production budget and a healthy chunk of its advertising budget. ... Or at least its initial advertising budget. Needless to say, there is already a sequel in the works. How to be Single had a very solid opening, while Zoolander 2 will need to become a hit on the home market in order to break even. The overall box office rose 150% from last weekend to $239 million over three days. Wow. This weekend last year, Fifty Shades of Grey debuted. Deadpool made almost as much in the four days it was in theaters than Fifty Shades of Grey made in total. It goes without saying that 2016 won the year-over-year comparison. Its 11% difference is impressive. Year-to-date, 2016 has earned $1.44 billion, which is 1.9% more than 2015's running tally at the same stage. More...

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February 15th, 2016

The Revenant

The BAFTA awards were handed out over the weekend. There were two main winners, The Revenant, which won most of its five awards in the high-prestige categories, and Mad Max: Fury Road, which earn all four of its awards in technical categories. It appears the Oscars will be very similar in that breakdown. More...

Weekend Estimates: Deadpool Smashes February Record with $135m Debut

February 14th, 2016

Deadpool

This weekend last year, Fifty Shades of Grey broke one of the longest-standing records in the business by posting a $85.2 million opening weekend, besting the record for biggest weekend in February that had been held by The Passion of the Christ since 2004. Fifty Shades and, in 2014, The LEGO Movie dispelled the myth that big movies couldn’t open in February, and this year Deadpool is single-handedly making President’s Day weekend look like a Summer holiday weekend with an opening projected by Fox at $135 million for the Friday–Sunday period and $150 million over four days. More...

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February 11th, 2016

Deadpool

It's Valentine's Day weekend and Presidents Day long weekend, so the box office should be very robust, at least compared to last weekend. Deadpool has the best reviews and the best buzz and should have no trouble earning first place at the box office. Zoolander 2 is earning weak reviews, but nostalgia could help during its opening weekend. Finally there's How to be Single, which is a Romantic Comedy. Any romantic film should do well on Valentine's Day, even one earning mixed reviews. This weekend last year, Fifty Shades of Grey came out, which is a movie my mind keeps trying to forget happened. It earned just over $85 million during its opening weekend, but less than that during the rest of its run. Deadpool won't open as fast, but it very likely won't collapse next weekend either. 2016 will lose in the year-over-year comparison in the short run, but perhaps by Monday, the tide will turn. More...

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February 10th, 2016

Star Wars: The Force Awakens

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February 8th, 2016

Hail, Caesar!

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February 7th, 2016

The Revenant

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February 4th, 2016

Hail, Caesar!

It's a new month and there are three wide releases trying to score and get February off to a fast start. That's probably not going to happen. Not only do the wide releases have to deal with Kung Fu Panda 3, but it is also Super Bowl Weekend with the Carolina Idontknows Playing the Dever Somethingabouthorses. ... Once the Seattle Seahawks were eliminated, I completely stopped caring about the NFL. The best new release of the week is Hail, Caesar!, which is the only film with a real shot at becoming a midlevel hit. Pride and Prejudice and Zombies started out with mixed reviews, but that might not be a dealbreaker for its target audience. Finally there's The Choice. There are still not enough reviews for a Tomatometer Score and the buzz appears to be getting worse. The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water led the way this weekend last year, with more than all three new releases will earn this year. More...

International Box Office: Panda Tops Chinese Box Office earning $75.7 million Internationally

February 4th, 2016

Kung Fu Panda 3

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Weekend Wrap-Up: Kung Fu Wins with $41.28 million lifting Box Office Along the Way

February 2nd, 2016

Kung Fu Panda 3

Kung Fu Panda 3 led the way during the weekend with $41.28 million over the weekend. This was below admittedly optimistic predictions, but still great for this time of year. The rest of the new releases were not as strong and it is likely all three will lose money in the end. Fortunately, Kung Fu Panda 3 was strong enough to help the overall box office grow. The overall box office rose 22% to $139 million. More impressively, and more importantly, the box office was 38% higher than the same weekend last year. Year-to-date, 2016 has pulled in $1.01 billion, reaching the $1 billion mark faster than last year. It wasn't the fastest year to get there, as 2010 holds that record thanks to Avatar. 2016 has regained the lead over 2015 at 1.9% or $19 million. Obviously the usually caveats apply here: It is far too early and that lead is far too small to be of real significance. That said, it is always better to be ahead than to be behind, no matter how small that lead it. More...

2015 Awards Season: SAG Winners—Oscar Picture Clarifies, Mostly

January 31st, 2016

Spotlight

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Weekend Predictions: Kung Fu vs. Sniper

January 28th, 2016

Kung Fu Panda 3

There are three, three and a half, wide releases coming out this week. (I've seen reports that Jane Got a Gun is opening in 600 to 1,200 theaters. Even the high end will likely keep it out of the top ten.) Of the three truly wide releases, only Kung Fu Panda 3 is expected to be a significant hit. In fact, it will likely earn more than the rest of the top five combined. On the other hand, The Finest Hours will likely bomb compared to its $85 million production budget, while Fifty Shades of Black will be a financial hit only because its production budget is very low. This means for Kung Fu Panda 3 the only real competition is from last year, when American Sniper earned $30.66 million. Kung Fu Panda 3 should top that by about $20 million. Additionally, no other film earned more than $10 million last year, while this year there could be five films in the top five reaching that mark. 2016 should bounce back in the year-over-year comparison after two soft weeks. More...

International Box Office: The Revenant Rises to First with $33.8 Million

January 28th, 2016

The Revenant

The Revenant rose to first place with $33.8 million in 48 markets for totals of $104.5 million internationally and $223.7 million worldwide. This includes a first place opening in Mexico with $5.3 million, but its biggest market was the U.K. with $5.51 million in 623 theaters for a two-week total of $17.16 million. The film will need to reach at least $300 million to break even any time soon, but that seems likely at this pace. More...

Weekend Estimates: The Revenant wins chilly weekend with $16 million

January 24th, 2016

The Revenant

With the weekend jam-packed with new releases and Oscar hopefuls, and thrown off course by Winter Storm Jonas, it’s perhaps fitting that a tale of battles against the elements will come out on top. The Revenant will be down 50% from last weekend’s MLK Holiday-inflated number to $16 million, but that will be enough to leapfrog over Ride Along 2 and into first place. The Leonardo DiCaprio film, which remains a good bet for a fistful of Oscars, although perhaps not the major prize, has $119 million to date. Also overtaking Ride Along 2 to move back to second place is Star Wars: The Force Awakens with $14.26 million for a weekend and $879.3 million in total to date. With $1.06 billion internationally, the film is drawing close to becoming the third film to earn over $2 billion worldwide. More...

2015 Awards Season: The Big Short’s Surprise PGA Win Shakes Up Oscar Race

January 24th, 2016

The Big Short

The Producers Guild of America handed out their awards last night and The Big Short came out the surprise winner for the top prize. That victory shakes up an awards season that had looked like it would be a two-horse race between Spotlight and The Revenant. More...

Weekend Predictions: Will Fifth Wave Open in the Top Five?

January 21st, 2016

The Fifth Wave

Three wide releases are coming out this week, all of which are expected to earn similar openings. None of which are expected to compete for the top five. The 5th Wave is the latest Young Adult Adaptation and as I'm writing this at about 10 am on Thursday, it is still the only new release with any reviews. Dirty Grandpa is the widest release of the week, but with no reviews, it is hard to judge how well it will do. Finally there's The Boy. If it can match The Forest, I'm sure STX Entertainment will be happy. The weakness in the new releases doesn't mean we won't have a new number one film, as The Revenant seems poised to climb to first place over the weekend. This weekend last year, American Sniper remained dominant with nearly $65 million. It's a near certainty that all three new releases won't make that much this year. There's a chance the top five combined won't make that much this year. 2016 is going to lose in the year-over-year comparison. More...

International Box Office: The Force Awakens Likely Finishes its First Place run with $47.3 Million

January 21st, 2016

Star Wars: The Force Awakens

Star Wars: The Force Awakens earned first place on the international chart with $47.3 million over the weekend for totals of $1.012 billion internationally for a worldwide total of $1.865 billion. It became the third film released in 2015 to hit $1 billion internationally and the fifth film of All-Time to do so. However, without any more market lefts to open in, there is a good chance the film will fade away before catching up to Furious 7, meaning there will be no "undisputed" box office champion this year. This won't affect the bottom-line, but it will be a bragging point for Furious 7. As for individual markets, the film earned $44.04 million in China, for the full week, for a nine-day total of $97.46 million. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Ride Along Rides the Wave to the Top with $41.01 Million

January 20th, 2016

Ride Along 2

As anticipated, Ride Along 2 earned first place over the long weekend earning more than it cost to make in just four days. The other two wide releases were less successful. Despite costing more to make, 13 Hours earned less than half Ride Along 2 opened with, while the less said about Norm of the North, the better. Star Wars: The Force Awakens was pushed into third place over the three-day weekend, but it rose to first place on the daily chart on Monday. It is not done yet. The overall, the three-day weekend was up 4.2% from last weekend; however, it was down 18% from last year. This is not surprising, as this weekend last year, American Sniper set the record for biggest January weekend. Year-to-date, 2016 has pulled in $693 million, giving 2016 an early lead over 2015. That lead was cut to 5.9% or $39 million and will likely be cut further next weekend. Hopefully it won't be entirely gone. More...

2015 Awards Season: Oscars - Nominations

January 15th, 2016

The Revenant

The Oscar nominations were announced at 5:30 am Pacific time. Nothing is good that early in the morning. Worse still, this was a terrible year for snubs, especially when it comes to diversity of the nominees. The voters for the Oscars are 94% white and 77% male... but that's still more diverse than the list of nominees. The Revenant led the way with 12 nominations and it is expected to win a few of those, while it is a serious contender in most of the categories it was nominated in. More...

Weekend Predictions: Along for the Ride

January 14th, 2016

Ride Along 2

Star Wars: The Force Awakens will finally relinquish its hold on the weekend box office and there are three new releases looking to grab as much of the box office share as they can. Ride Along 2 is the film with the best shot at first place, assuming its reviews don't kill it. The Revenant should have one of the best week-to-week declines, thanks in part to its Awards Season success. 13 Hours looks like a solid top-five film, but not a major hit, while Norm of the North is just hoping not to embarrass itself. This weekend last year, American Sniper expanded wide and set the record for biggest January weekend. That record fell earlier this year, but that's not a lot of comfort for this weekend, as all three new releases combined won't match American Sniper's haul. 2016's winning streak will end at two weeks. Hopefully the upcoming losing streak won't be much longer than that. More...

2015 - Awards Season: DGA - Nominations

January 14th, 2016

Mad Max: Fury Road

The Directors Guild of America spread out the nominations, which I always felt hurt the buzz. There are ten categories of awards, but only three of which pertain to theatrical releases. There are very few surprises across these three categories, so the Oscar nominations today shouldn't be full of surprises either. More...

International Box Office: The Force Awakens earns $53.17 million in two-day Chinese Debut

January 13th, 2016

Star Wars: The Force Awakens

Last weekend, Star Wars: The Force Awakens was the only Hollywood film in the top five on the International Chart. This week, there were four Hollywood titles in the top five, again led by The Force Awakens. The film earned $104.3 million over the weekend for a total of $921.4 million internationally and $1.734 billion worldwide. It is now the biggest release of 2015 worldwide, but it is fourth on the yearly international chart. This past weekend, the film opened in first place in China with $53.17 million, but that was only over two days. This includes a record Saturday opening of $32.16 million. Meanwhile, the film has climbed into first place on the all-time chart in the U.K. with $162.03 million, putting it ahead of Skyfall. More...

Theater Averages: Anomalisa Leads Uneventful Chart with $12,738

January 13th, 2016

Anomalisa

There were only three films in the $10,000 club this weekend and all of them were holdovers. Leading the way was Anomalisa with an average of $12,738 in 17 theaters. At this pace, the film will earn some measure of mainstream success. However, unless it wins an Oscar, it likely won't match its $8 million production budget in theaters. The Revenant slipped into second place with $11,801, while the overall number one film, Star Wars: The Force Awakens, was next with $10,245. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: The Schwartz is still Strong with Star Wars as it Earns $42.35 Million

January 12th, 2016

Star Wars: The Force Awakens

Star Wars: The Force Awakens earned first place on the weekend chart for the fourth time and likely the last time. It was a close race, as The Revenant beat expectations; meanwhile, The Forest was very solid as counter-programming. The overall box office was $159 million, which is 28% less than last weekend, but 26% more than the same weekend last year. After just two weeks, 2016 is 19% / $70 million above 2015's pace. Granted, it is way too early to make any long terms predictions and next weekend will be brutal for 2016 in the year-over-year comparison, but every little bit now will help at the end of the year. More...

2015 - Awards Season: Golden Globes - Winners

January 11th, 2016

The Revenant

The Golden Globes were handed out on Sunday evening. There were a few minor surprises and some infuriating results. On the other hand, no one film truly dominated, with The Revenant leading the way with just three wins. Only two other movies earned more than one win, The Martian and Steve Jobs. More...

Weekend Estimates: Star Wars tops $800 million, Revenant impressive on debut

January 10th, 2016

Star Wars: The Force Awakens

The Force Awakens will become the first movie to hit $800 million at the domestic box office today, according to Disney’s estimates released on Sunday. With a $41.6 million weekend, the film moves to $812 million in total domestically, becoming the second-highest-grossing Star Wars movie adjusted for inflation, ahead of The Empire Strikes Back’s inflation-adjusted $808 million. It should pass Avatar’s inflation-adjusted $826 million this week. Perhaps the biggest news of the weekend, however, comes from overseas. More...

2015 - Awards Season: BAFTA - Nominations

January 9th, 2016

Bridge of Spies

The BAFTA nominations were announced and you can read them on their site... in alphabetical order. Alphabetical order is very useful in most circumstances, but not here. On the other hand, the nominees within each category are not presented in alphabetical order. ... Are the BAFTAs trolling us? As for the actual nominees, the big winners here are Bridge of Spies and Carol, both of which earned nine nominations. For Carol, this is just another impressive score, but this was a pleasant surprise for Bridge of Spies. More...

Weekend Predictions: How will Revenant and Forest Weather the Star Wars Storm?

January 7th, 2016

Star Wars: The Force Awakens

The big news this week was Star Wars: The Force Awakens being officially crowned the All-Time Domestic Box Office champion. It should follow-up that news with yet another first place finish on the weekend box office. There are two films trying to take its crown: The Forest and The Revenant. The Revenant is a very likely Oscar winner and has performed phenomenally well in limited release, so it has a real shot at box office success this weekend. On the other hand, The Forest is a low-budget horror film that is just hoping to land in the top five. This weekend last year was led by Taken 3 with just under $40 million over the weekend, while Selma earned second place with $11 million. The Force Awakens might make more than those two films combined, but even if it doesn't, the one-two punch of The Force Awakens plus The Revenant will give 2016 an easy win in the year-over-year comparison. More...

Theater Averages: Revenant Remains Potent with Average of $111,957

January 5th, 2016

The Revenant

The Revenant remained on top of the theater average chart dipping just 6% to an average of $111,957 in four theaters. That's amazing and it bodes very well for its chances during its wide expansion this weekend. Furthermore, there are some major Awards Season events this week that could boost ticket sales even more. Anomalisa was well back in second place, but it still had an impressive opening with an average of $33,806 over the weekend and an average of $52,658 during its five-day opening. Star Wars: The Force Awakens was next with an average of $21,829. Chimes at Midnight earned $20,480 in one theater during its re-release, while Only Yesterday earned $14,970, also in one theater. The latter film is yet another success for GKIDS; this is the only studio that routinely has success with animated films in limited release. 45 Years remained in the $10,000 club with an average of $14,588 in six theaters. It doubled its theater count, but the average only fell 33% and that's a great sign for further expansion. Mr. Six is the fourth holdover in the $10,000 club earning an average of $10,406 in 28 theaters. More...

Weekend Estimates: Force aweakens with $88.3 million weekend

January 3rd, 2016

Star Wars: The Force Awakens This weekend sees the first signs of a slow-down at the box office for The Force Awakens, which will be down 41% from last weekend, according to Disney’s Sunday morning estimate. That’s the worst comparative performance in the top ten, and much weaker than Avatar’s 9% decline the same weekend in 2010. Such statistics are fairly academic when you already have $700 million in the bank domestically, though, and Star Wars’ momentum coming out of the holidays is such that it will register the biggest ever New Year’s weekend, and the biggest-ever 3rd weekend, overtaking Avatar’s $68.5 million. With $770.5 million overseas so far, its global total is now over $1.5 billion, putting it in the top six all time, and guaranteeing it will end in the top three, with only Titanic and Avatar left to shoot for. More...

Contest: Don't Go Into the Woods

January 1st, 2016

The Forest

The only true wide release next week is The Forest, which will have to deal with competition from The Revenant, as well as Star Wars: The Force Awakens. However, it is the only true wide release of the week, so it is the only real choice for the target film in this week's Box Office Prediction contest. In order to win, one must simply predict the opening weekend box office number for The Forest.

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 DVDs. 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 DVDs. 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 DVDs. Entries must be received by 10 a.m., Pacific Time on Friday to be eligible, so don't delay! More...

2016 Preview: January

January 1st, 2016

Kung Fu Panda 3

2016 will begin the same way 2015 ended, with Star Wars: The Force Awakens on top. In fact, three of the five films that have the best shot at box office success in January are The Force Awakens, The Hateful Eight, and The Revenant, all of which opened in December. There are two true January releases that could also do really well, for this time of year: Ride Along 2 and Kung Fu Panda 3. The rest of the releases are just hoping to become midlevel hits. Last January, American Sniper dominated earning more than $300 million. Its success could prevent 2016 from being ahead in the year-over-year comparison by the end of the month, but this year does have better depth. More...

Theater Averages: Revenant Arrives with a Lively Debut of $118,640

December 29th, 2015

Star Wars: The Revenant

The Revenant had the best theater average of the week and the second best opening theater average of the year with $474,560 in four theaters for an average of $118,640. The only film to open in 2015 with a better theater average was Steve Jobs with an average of $130,381. It struggled during its wide expansion. Hopefully that won't happen here. The Hateful Eight was next with an average of $46,107 in 100 theaters. The overall number one film, Star Wars: The Force Awakens, was next with an average of $36,092. This would have been the fourth best opening weekend average for a wide release all year. 45 Years opened with an average of $21,925 in three theaters over the weekend and an average of $30,119 over its five-day opening. Daddy's Home was the second wide release in the $10,000 club with an average of $11,844. Mr. Six just missed the $10,000 club over the weekend with an average of $9,562 in 30 theaters; however, it earned an average of $12,500 over its four-day opening. More...

Weekend Estimates: Star Wars’ $153 million Christmas demolishes another set of records

December 27th, 2015

Star Wars: The Force Awakens

The Star Wars juggernaut continues to roll through box office records all around the world this weekend. It will pass $1 billion globally today, Sunday, in just its 12th day in release—one day faster than Jurassic World. That blockbuster figure is largely thanks to an incredible $544 million after just ten days domestically, far ahead of Jurassic World’s $402 million at the same point in its run. The Force Awakens has now broken records for every milestone from $50 million to $500 million, with more to fall. The current record for fastest to $550 million is also Jurassic World, which reached the mark in 24 days. Star Wars will do it in eleven. After that, we will start looking at some serious all-time records. More...

The Force Awakens Doubles Previous Christmas Record with $49.34 Million

December 26th, 2015

Star Wars: The Force Awakens

Star Wars: The Force Awakens set another record by earning $49.34 million on Christmas Day. This more than doubles the previous record of $24.61 million held by Sherlock Holmes. However, this was only 79% more than it made on Christmas Eve, whereas Avatar rose 107% on the same day in its run. You can't even say Avatar had it easy due to weaker competition, so perhaps the explanation lies elsewhere. Perhaps a lot of people who were scared off by the crowds thus far decided to see the movie on Christmas Eve, because it is historically a slow day a the box office. That’s certainly what I was thinking. Because of this, I'm lowing my expectations for the weekend from $170 million to $160 million. This would have been a good opening weekend result for the film. It will be well above the current Record Second Weekend of $106.59 million by Jurassic World. More...

Limited and VOD Releases: Eight Reasons to Love Limited Releases

December 25th, 2015

The Hateful Eight

While there are a massive number of wide releases / wide expansions this week, there are very few limited releases. Generally by this time of year, the competition from previously released Awards Season contenders is just too much. The only type of film that can truly thrive is one that has a lot of pre-release buzz. This year, this includes The Hateful Eight, which has the widest opening on this week's list and expands truly wide next week, as well as The Revenant, which expands wide early in January. More...

Compare this performance with other movies…

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2015/12/25 23 $474,560   4 $118,640   $474,560 3
2016/01/01 23 $447,829 -6% 4 $111,957   $1,320,348 10
2016/01/08 2 $39,826,840 +8,793% 3,375 $11,801   $41,383,741 17
2016/01/15 2 $31,796,633 -20% 3,559 $8,934   $89,971,402 24
2016/01/22 1 $16,009,718 -50% 3,711 $4,314   $119,202,240 31
2016/01/29 2 $12,779,530 -20% 3,330 $3,838   $138,550,898 38
2016/02/05 4 $6,939,795 -46% 3,018 $2,299   $149,543,198 45
2016/02/12 5 $6,525,668 -6% 2,266 $2,880   $158,790,267 52
2016/02/19 9 $3,866,741 -41% 1,939 $1,994   $165,183,291 59
2016/02/26 10 $3,953,291 +2% 1,645 $2,403   $170,659,760 66
2016/03/04 8 $3,402,675 -14% 1,488 $2,287   $176,054,596 73
2016/03/11 11 $2,056,262 -40% 1,303 $1,578   $179,199,399 80
2016/03/18 10 $1,207,791 -41% 935 $1,292   $181,144,329 87
2016/03/25 17 $446,912 -63% 506 $883   $182,068,746 94
2016/04/01 23 $295,625 -34% 334 $885   $182,599,867 101
2016/04/08 21 $245,043 -17% 286 $857   $182,970,493 108
2016/04/15 25 $155,013 -37% 222 $698   $183,231,223 115
2016/04/22 31 $108,895 -30% 170 $641   $183,416,276 122
2016/04/29 37 $68,812 -37% 141 $488   $183,539,054 129
2016/05/06 44 $30,081 -56% 87 $346   $183,594,595 136
2016/05/13 55 $14,323 -52% 44 $326   $183,623,813 143
2016/05/20 71 $4,684 -67% 14 $335   $183,635,922 150

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2015/12/25 - $171,758   4 $42,940   $171,758 1
2015/12/26 - $157,633 -8% 4 $39,408   $329,391 2
2015/12/27 - $145,169 -8% 4 $36,292   $474,560 3
2015/12/28 - $117,768 -19% 4 $29,442   $592,328 4
2015/12/29 - $104,433 -11% 4 $26,108   $696,761 5
2015/12/30 - $103,623 -1% 4 $25,906   $800,384 6
2015/12/31 - $72,135 -30% 4 $18,034   $872,519 7
2016/01/01 - $152,294 +111% 4 $38,074   $1,024,813 8
2016/01/02 - $164,466 +8% 4 $41,117   $1,189,279 9
2016/01/03 - $131,069 -20% 4 $32,767   $1,320,348 10
2016/01/04 - $60,887 -54% 4 $15,222   $1,381,235 11
2016/01/05 - $60,405 -1% 4 $15,101   $1,441,640 12
2016/01/06 - $67,317 +11% 4 $16,829   $1,508,957 13
2016/01/07 - $47,944 -29% 4 $11,986   $1,556,901 14
2016/01/08 1 $14,351,951 +29,835% 3,375 $4,252   $15,908,852 15
2016/01/09 2 $15,275,109 +6% 3,375 $4,526   $31,183,961 16
2016/01/10 2 $10,199,780 -33% 3,375 $3,022   $41,383,741 17
2016/01/11 1 $4,023,383 -61% 3,375 $1,192   $45,407,124 18
2016/01/12 1 $4,946,729 +23% 3,375 $1,466   $50,353,853 19
2016/01/13 1 $3,792,314 -23% 3,375 $1,124   $54,146,167 20
2016/01/14 1 $4,028,602 +6% 3,375 $1,194   $58,174,769 21
2016/01/15 2 $9,292,852 +131% 3,559 $2,611   $67,467,621 22
2016/01/16 2 $12,659,018 +36% 3,559 $3,557   $80,126,639 23
2016/01/17 2 $9,844,763 -22% 3,559 $2,766   $89,971,402 24
2016/01/18 3 $5,731,586 -42% 3,559 $1,610   $95,702,988 25
2016/01/19 1 $3,139,651 -45% 3,559 $882   $98,842,639 26
2016/01/20 1 $2,215,817 -29% 3,559 $623   $101,058,456 27
2016/01/21 1 $2,134,066 -4% 3,559 $600   $103,192,522 28
2016/01/22 1 $4,611,198 +116% 3,711 $1,243   $107,803,720 29
2016/01/23 1 $7,774,449 +69% 3,711 $2,095   $115,578,169 30
2016/01/24 2 $3,624,071 -53% 3,711 $977   $119,202,240 31
2016/01/25 1 $1,471,686 -59% 3,711 $397   $120,673,926 32
2016/01/26 1 $2,001,092 +36% 3,711 $539   $122,675,018 33
2016/01/27 1 $1,580,322 -21% 3,711 $426   $124,255,340 34
2016/01/28 1 $1,516,028 -4% 3,711 $409   $125,771,368 35
2016/01/29 3 $3,219,333 +112% 3,330 $967   $128,990,701 36
2016/01/30 2 $5,792,015 +80% 3,330 $1,739   $134,782,716 37
2016/01/31 2 $3,768,182 -35% 3,330 $1,132   $138,550,898 38
2016/02/01 2 $961,351 -74% 3,330 $289   $139,512,249 39
2016/02/02 2 $1,210,395 +26% 3,330 $363   $140,722,644 40
2016/02/03 2 $954,737 -21% 3,330 $287   $141,677,381 41
2016/02/04 2 $926,022 -3% 3,330 $278   $142,603,403 42
2016/02/05 4 $2,089,164 +126% 3,018 $692   $144,692,567 43
2016/02/06 3 $3,780,765 +81% 3,018 $1,253   $148,473,332 44
2016/02/07 4 $1,069,866 -72% 3,018 $354   $149,543,198 45
2016/02/08 3 $692,494 -35% 3,018 $229   $150,235,692 46
2016/02/09 3 $818,353 +18% 3,018 $271   $151,054,045 47
2016/02/10 3 $633,391 -23% 3,018 $210   $151,687,436 48
2016/02/11 4 $577,163 -9% 3,018 $191   $152,264,599 49
2016/02/12 6 $1,296,252 +125% 2,266 $572   $153,560,851 50
2016/02/13 5 $2,587,970 +100% 2,266 $1,142   $156,148,821 51
2016/02/14 5 $2,641,446 +2% 2,266 $1,166   $158,790,267 52
2016/02/15 6 $1,059,176 -60% 2,266 $467   $159,849,443 53
2016/02/16 6 $561,800 -47% 2,266 $248   $160,411,243 54
2016/02/17 6 $457,264 -19% 2,266 $202   $160,868,507 55
2016/02/18 6 $448,043 -2% 2,266 $198   $161,316,550 56
2016/02/19 8 $964,711 +115% 1,939 $498   $162,281,261 57
2016/02/20 9 $1,774,358 +84% 1,939 $915   $164,055,619 58
2016/02/21 9 $1,127,672 -36% 1,939 $582   $165,183,291 59
2016/02/22 8 $327,596 -71% 1,939 $169   $165,510,887 60
2016/02/23 8 $441,627 +35% 1,939 $228   $165,952,514 61
2016/02/24 7 $382,389 -13% 1,939 $197   $166,334,903 62
2016/02/25 7 $371,566 -3% 1,939 $192   $166,706,469 63
2016/02/26 10 $970,611 +161% 1,645 $590   $167,677,080 64
2016/02/27 10 $1,898,343 +96% 1,645 $1,154   $169,575,423 65
2016/02/28 9 $1,084,337 -43% 1,645 $659   $170,659,760 66
2016/02/29 4 $511,474 -53% 1,645 $311   $171,171,234 67
2016/03/01 7 $578,062 +13% 1,645 $351   $171,749,296 68
2016/03/02 4 $480,055 -17% 1,645 $292   $172,229,351 69
2016/03/03 4 $422,570 -12% 1,645 $257   $172,651,921 70
2016/03/04 7 $896,594 +112% 1,488 $603   $173,548,515 71
2016/03/05 8 $1,553,995 +73% 1,488 $1,044   $175,102,510 72
2016/03/06 8 $952,086 -39% 1,488 $640   $176,054,596 73
2016/03/07 7 $285,349 -70% 1,488 $192   $176,339,945 74
2016/03/08 9 $306,234 +7% 1,488 $206   $176,646,179 75
2016/03/09 7 $257,703 -16% 1,488 $173   $176,903,882 76
2016/03/10 7 $239,255 -7% 1,488 $161   $177,143,137 77
2016/03/11 11 $529,666 +121% 1,303 $406   $177,672,803 78
2016/03/12 10 $952,285 +80% 1,303 $731   $178,625,088 79
2016/03/13 12 $574,311 -40% 1,303 $441   $179,199,399 80
2016/03/14 12 $192,699 -66% 1,303 $148   $179,392,098 81
2016/03/15 13 $223,338 +16% 1,303 $171   $179,615,436 82
2016/03/16 13 $176,008 -21% 1,303 $135   $179,791,444 83
2016/03/17 13 $145,094 -18% 1,303 $111   $179,936,538 84
2016/03/18 10 $312,249 +115% 935 $334   $180,248,787 85
2016/03/19 10 $563,885 +81% 935 $603   $180,812,672 86
2016/03/20 13 $331,657 -41% 935 $355   $181,144,329 87
2016/03/21 12 $130,477 -61% 935 $140   $181,274,806 88
2016/03/22 14 $137,107 +5% 935 $147   $181,411,913 89
2016/03/23 13 $116,204 -15% 935 $124   $181,528,117 90
2016/03/24 14 $93,717 -19% 935 $100   $181,621,834 91
2016/03/25 - $142,732 +52% 506 $282   $181,764,566 92
2016/03/26 - $179,970 +26% 506 $356   $181,944,536 93
2016/03/27 - $124,210 -31% 506 $245   $182,068,746 94
2016/03/28 - $68,048 -45% 506 $134   $182,136,794 95
2016/03/29 - $61,860 -9% 506 $122   $182,198,654 96
2016/03/30 - $52,408 -15% 506 $104   $182,251,062 97
2016/03/31 15 $53,180 +1% 506 $105   $182,304,242 98
2016/04/01 - $81,103 +53% 334 $243   $182,385,345 99
2016/04/02 - $138,047 +70% 334 $413   $182,523,392 100
2016/04/03 - $76,475 -45% 334 $229   $182,599,867 101
2016/04/04 - $27,549 -64% 334 $82   $182,627,416 102
2016/04/05 - $37,565 +36% 334 $112   $182,664,981 103
2016/04/06 - $30,755 -18% 334 $92   $182,695,736 104
2016/04/07 - $29,714 -3% 334 $89   $182,725,450 105
2016/04/08 - $63,127 +112% 286 $221   $182,788,577 106
2016/04/09 - $113,435 +80% 286 $397   $182,902,012 107
2016/04/10 - $68,481 -40% 286 $239   $182,970,493 108
2016/04/11 - $24,437 -64% 286 $85   $182,994,930 109
2016/04/12 - $31,974 +31% 286 $112   $183,026,904 110
2016/04/13 - $25,509 -20% 286 $89   $183,052,413 111
2016/04/14 - $23,797 -7% 286 $83   $183,076,210 112
2016/04/15 - $44,714 +88% 222 $201   $183,120,924 113
2016/04/16 - $71,853 +61% 222 $324   $183,192,777 114
2016/04/17 - $38,446 -46% 222 $173   $183,231,223 115
2016/04/18 - $15,710 -59% 222 $71   $183,246,933 116
2016/04/19 - $21,993 +40% 222 $99   $183,268,926 117
2016/04/20 - $18,935 -14% 222 $85   $183,287,861 118
2016/04/21 - $19,520 +3% 222 $88   $183,307,381 119
2016/04/22 - $30,711 +57% 170 $181   $183,338,092 120
2016/04/23 - $47,834 +56% 170 $281   $183,385,926 121
2016/04/24 - $30,350 -37% 170 $179   $183,416,276 122
2016/04/25 - $11,753 -61% 170 $69   $183,428,029 123
2016/04/26 - $15,202 +29% 170 $89   $183,443,231 124
2016/04/27 - $12,220 -20% 170 $72   $183,455,451 125
2016/04/28 - $14,791 +21% 170 $87   $183,470,242 126
2016/04/29 - $17,926 +21% 141 $127   $183,488,168 127
2016/04/30 - $32,065 +79% 141 $227   $183,520,233 128
2016/05/01 - $18,821 -41% 141 $133   $183,539,054 129
2016/05/02 - $5,770 -69% 141 $41   $183,544,824 130
2016/05/03 - $7,120 +23% 141 $50   $183,551,944 131
2016/05/04 - $6,416 -10% 141 $46   $183,558,360 132
2016/05/05 - $6,154 -4% 141 $44   $183,564,514 133
2016/05/06 - $8,033 +31% 87 $92   $183,572,547 134
2016/05/07 - $11,551 +44% 87 $133   $183,584,098 135
2016/05/08 - $10,497 -9% 87 $121   $183,594,595 136
2016/05/09 - $3,406 -68% 87 $39   $183,598,001 137
2016/05/10 - $4,112 +21% 87 $47   $183,602,113 138
2016/05/11 - $3,427 -17% 87 $39   $183,605,540 139
2016/05/12 - $3,950 +15% 87 $45   $183,609,490 140

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2015/12/25 24 $872,519   4 $218,130   $872,519 7
2016/01/01 22 $684,382 -22% 4 $171,096   $1,556,901 14
2016/01/08 1 $56,617,868 +8,173% 3,375 $16,776   $58,174,769 21
2016/01/15 2 $45,017,753 -20% 3,559 $12,649   $103,192,522 28
2016/01/22 1 $22,578,846 -50% 3,711 $6,084   $125,771,368 35
2016/01/29 2 $16,832,035 -25% 3,330 $5,055   $142,603,403 42
2016/02/05 3 $9,661,196 -43% 3,018 $3,201   $152,264,599 49
2016/02/12 6 $9,051,951 -6% 2,266 $3,995   $161,316,550 56
2016/02/19 8 $5,389,919 -40% 1,939 $2,780   $166,706,469 63
2016/02/26 9 $5,945,452 +10% 1,645 $3,614   $172,651,921 70
2016/03/04 7 $4,491,216 -24% 1,488 $3,018   $177,143,137 77
2016/03/11 12 $2,793,401 -38% 1,303 $2,144   $179,936,538 84
2016/03/18 11 $1,685,296 -40% 935 $1,802   $181,621,834 91
2016/03/25 17 $682,408 -60% 506 $1,349   $182,304,242 98
2016/04/01 20 $421,208 -38% 334 $1,261   $182,725,450 105
2016/04/08 21 $350,760 -17% 286 $1,226   $183,076,210 112
2016/04/15 25 $231,171 -34% 222 $1,041   $183,307,381 119
2016/04/22 30 $162,861 -30% 170 $958   $183,470,242 126
2016/04/29 38 $94,272 -42% 141 $669   $183,564,514 133
2016/05/06 46 $44,976 -52% 87 $517   $183,609,490 140
2016/05/13 57 $21,748 -52% 44 $494   $183,631,238 147
2016/05/20 76 $6,656 -69% 14 $475   $183,637,894 154

Box Office Summary Per Territory

Territory Release
Date
Opening
Weekend
Opening
Weekend
Theaters
Maximum
Theaters
Theatrical
Engagements
Total
Box Office
Report
Date
Argentina 1/28/2016 $896,585 128 132 565 $3,173,108 4/5/2016
Australia 1/8/2016 $2,763,500 248 316 2340 $14,214,956 6/9/2016
Austria 1/6/2016 $628,901 74 82 660 $3,747,708 6/9/2016
Bahrain 1/7/2016 $131,944 6 6 37 $506,910 4/12/2016
Belgium 1/27/2016 $1,048,515 85 87 662 $5,137,539 6/9/2016
Bolivia 1/21/2016 $64,969 9 9 49 $305,173 3/29/2016
Brazil 2/4/2016 $2,218,291 307 307 1685 $10,216,205 6/9/2016
Bulgaria 1/22/2016 $89,665 56 56 232 $350,477 4/12/2016
Cambodia 1/21/2016 $0 0 6 6 $25,705 2/2/2016
Central America 1/21/2016 $374,675 157 157 364 $1,205,457 3/22/2016
China 3/17/2016 $31,810,000 57566 57566 83680 $58,300,000 6/9/2016
Colombia 2/4/2016 $390,394 219 219 551 $1,301,747 3/15/2016
Croatia 1/21/2016 $104,423 40 40 143 $306,555 3/22/2016
Czech Republic 1/14/2016 $362,583 118 118 584 $1,517,631 4/8/2016
Denmark 1/21/2016 $0 0 84 203 $5,352,903 6/9/2016
East Africa 1/8/2016 $0 0 1 1 $5,468 1/20/2016
Ecuador 2/5/2016 $0 0 42 94 $626,212 3/15/2016
Egypt 1/20/2016 $59,434 1 1 3 $135,019 2/9/2016
Finland 1/29/2016 $378,583 99 101 738 $2,433,702 6/9/2016
France 2/24/2016 $7,908,767 540 611 2841 $26,514,566 6/9/2016
Germany 1/6/2016 $4,073,007 399 730 6087 $28,790,742 6/9/2016
Greece 1/21/2016 $622,119 95 106 415 $2,332,058 6/9/2016
Hong Kong 1/8/2016 $493,827 33 36 199 $2,931,731 6/9/2016
Hungary 1/14/2016 $291,808 50 50 350 $1,054,654 3/9/2016
Iceland 1/22/2016 $0 0 3 3 $160,343 2/23/2016
Indonesia 2/3/2016 $0 0 56 95 $1,619,767 3/22/2016
Iraq 1/7/2016 $34,644 4 4 22 $120,746 3/15/2016
Israel 1/21/2016 $418,641 32 32 240 $1,796,146 3/29/2016
Italy 1/16/2016 $3,247,459 459 566 2436 $15,134,813 6/9/2016
Kenya 1/22/2016 $0 0 3 3 $29,292 2/17/2016
Kuwait 1/7/2016 $308,540 13 16 52 $919,372 2/23/2016
Lebanon 1/7/2016 $65,448 6 6 33 $427,316 4/5/2016
Lithuania 1/29/2016 $65,076 114 127 404 $278,244 6/9/2016
Malaysia 2/4/2016 $171,640 59 59 179 $491,196 6/9/2016
Mexico 1/22/2016 $0 0 629 656 $12,958,023 6/9/2016
Netherlands 1/28/2016 $1,162,529 120 136 1446 $7,129,867 6/9/2016
New Zealand 1/8/2016 $404,814 67 101 762 $2,152,235 6/9/2016
Norway 1/22/2016 $0 0 8 8 $3,338,008 6/9/2016
Oman 1/7/2016 $99,561 10 10 30 $240,300 2/17/2016
Peru 2/4/2016 $355,902 127 127 311 $1,282,281 3/22/2016
Philippines 2/3/2016 $0 0 31 34 $526,966 3/1/2016
Poland 1/29/2016 $0 0 149 216 $3,173,653 3/22/2016
Portugal 1/21/2016 $451,222 62 87 528 $1,944,529 6/9/2016
Qatar 1/7/2016 $167,422 7 7 29 $509,482 3/8/2016
Romania 1/22/2016 $0 0 41 41 $635,595 2/17/2016
Russia (CIS) 1/7/2016 $7,070,673 1063 1063 3907 $13,810,052 2/17/2016
Serbia and Montenegro 1/21/2016 $56,349 23 23 86 $254,519 4/19/2016
Singapore 2/4/2016 $337,928 29 36 128 $1,360,280 6/9/2016
Slovakia 1/14/2016 $236,594 54 54 213 $649,860 6/9/2016
Slovenia 1/28/2016 $44,340 21 21 128 $208,158 6/9/2016
South Africa 1/22/2016 $141,907 56 56 109 $520,882 6/9/2016
South Korea 1/14/2016 $4,709,615 966 966 2762 $13,307,220 6/9/2016
Spain 2/5/2016 $4,090,609 346 396 2650 $16,136,448 7/7/2016
Sweden 1/29/2016 $911,530 188 188 648 $3,530,751 6/9/2016
Switzerland 1/7/2016 $880,586 65 91 450 $5,253,124 6/9/2016
Taiwan 1/8/2016 $633,676 50 51 337 $3,468,696 6/9/2016
Thailand 2/4/2016 $254,628 117 117 288 $620,730 6/9/2016
Turkey 1/22/2016 $597,674 136 155 810 $2,992,257 4/19/2016
Ukraine 1/7/2016 $345,537 186 186 227 $858,397 2/23/2016
United Arab Emirates 1/7/2016 $785,642 41 41 189 $2,755,462 4/19/2016
United Kingdom 1/15/2016 $7,481,925 589 623 4420 $33,115,992 6/9/2016
Uruguay 1/21/2016 $48,215 11 14 101 $272,983 3/29/2016
Venezuela 1/29/2016 $13,200 24 45 172 $247,975 6/9/2016
Vietnam 2/5/2016 $0 0 20 20 $149,320 2/17/2016
 
Rest of World $24,445,103
 
International Total$349,312,609 7/7/2016

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
4/24/20161420,603 420,603$6,611,879$6,611,8795
5/1/20162169,677-60% 590,280$2,555,336$9,167,2156
5/8/20161716,047-91% 606,327$260,764$9,427,9797
5/15/2016636,044+125% 642,371$575,262$10,003,2418
5/22/2016438,298+6% 680,669$577,534$10,580,7759
5/29/2016832,075-16% 712,744$524,426$11,105,20110
6/5/20161128,145-12% 740,889$500,418$11,605,61911
6/12/20161414,096-50% 754,985$206,788$11,812,40712
6/19/2016736,380+158% 791,365$436,196$12,248,60313
6/26/20161126,595-27% 817,960$330,576$12,579,17914
7/3/20161621,320-20% 839,280$292,084$12,871,26315
7/10/20161625,490+20% 864,770$382,095$13,253,35816
7/31/20161613,840 890,899$207,462$13,645,03219
8/7/20162513,381-3% 904,280$204,863$13,849,89520

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
4/24/20161450,077 450,077$8,605,472$8,605,4725
5/1/20162154,797-66% 604,874$2,735,271$11,340,7436
5/8/20163120,081-22% 724,955$1,856,452$13,197,1957
5/15/2016525,274-79% 750,229$504,214$13,701,4098
5/22/2016528,039+11% 778,268$558,534$14,259,9439
5/29/2016921,215-24% 799,483$421,124$14,681,06710
6/5/20161015,402-27% 814,885$287,546$14,968,61311
6/12/20161211,222-27% 826,107$164,627$15,133,24012
6/19/2016842,281+277% 868,388$506,947$15,640,18713
6/26/2016922,525-47% 890,913$282,011$15,922,19814
7/3/20161214,386-36% 905,299$215,218$16,137,41615
7/10/20161512,903-10% 918,202$249,810$16,387,22616
7/31/2016187,922 932,648$142,516$16,658,19019
8/7/2016187,685-3% 940,333$123,419$16,781,60920

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