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Robinson Crusoe (2016)

Robinson Crusoe
Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $8,005,586Details
International Box Office $22,317,638Details
Worldwide Box Office $30,323,224
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  8. Trailer

Synopsis

From the over-exuberant parrot Mak to the snack-obsessed tapir Rosie, from the persnickety echidna Epi to the acrobatic pangolin Pango, from the ditzy goat Scrubby to the commonsensical kingfisher Kiki and the always-cool chameleon Carmello, things are larger-than-life on a tropical isle that is pure wild animal paradise. Then Robinson Crusoe, a marooned human, arrives in the midst of a furious storm, and their lives are forever changed by this bewildering new “creature.” No matter their differences, castaway human and quirky animals embark on an hilarious new adventure, building the island’s first tree-house and surviving together. But when two conniving members of the animal kingdom — the savage cats Mal & May – pounce into a battle for control of the island, Crusoe and his animal posse must uncover the true power of friendship against all odds (even savage cats).

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Movie Details

Domestic Releases: September 9th, 2016 (Wide) by Lionsgate, released as The Wild Life
International Releases: February 4th, 2016 (Wide) (Germany)
February 5th, 2016 (Wide) (Austria)
February 5th, 2016 (Wide) (Bulgaria)
February 11th, 2016 (Wide) (Serbia and Montenegro)
February 12th, 2016 (Wide) (Lithuania)
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Video Release: November 22nd, 2016 by Lionsgate Home Entertainment, released as The Wild Life
MPAA Rating: PG for mild action/peril and some rude humor.
(Rating bulletin 2436 (Cert #50218), 8/3/2016)
Running Time: 91 minutes
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Keywords: Marooned, Talking Animals, Animal Lead, Revenge, Pirates
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Adventure
Production Method:Digital Animation
Creative Type:Kids Fiction
Production Companies: StudioCanal, nWave Pictures, Illuminata Pictures
Production Countries: Belgium,
France

Ranking on other Records and Milestones

RecordRankRevenueChart
Date
Days In
Release
Biggest 5th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 4,382 $91,813 Oct 7, 2016 31
Biggest 4th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 5,407 $51,523 Sep 30, 2016 24
Biggest 3rd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 4,287 $411,840 Sep 23, 2016 17
Biggest 2nd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 3,150 $2,771,443 Sep 16, 2016 10
Biggest Opening Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 3,533 $3,342,697 Sep 9, 2016 3
Widest Opening Weekend 1,603 2,493 Sep 9, 2016 3

Cast

   Robinson Crusoe
   Tuesday
   Rosie
   Carmello
   Epi
   Scrubby
   Kiki
   Pango/Mel
Doug Stone    Aynsley
Kirk Thornton    Bosun
Michael Sorich    Cecil
Debi Tinsley    May
Kyle Hebert    Tom Cat
Dennis O'Connor    Long John Silver
B J Oakie    Rufus
Joe Ochman    Sailor #1
Lex Lang    Sailor #2
George Babbit    Sleeping Sailor
Jay Jones    Friday

Production and Technical Credits

Director   
Director   
Character Creator    Daniel Defoe
Screenwriter    Lee Christopher
Screenwriter    Domonic Paris
Screenwriter    Graham Weldon
Producer    Ben Stassen
Producer    Caroline Van Iseghem
Producer    Domonic Paris
Producer    Gina Gallo
Producer    Mimi Maynard
Executive Producer    Olivier Courson
Executive Producer    Eric Dillens
Art Director    Vincent Kesteloot
Art Director    Anthony Leveque
Sound Mixer    David Gerain
Sound Mixer    Simon Jamart
Supervising Sound Editor    David Vranken
Re-recording Mixer    Luc Thomas
Special Effects Supervisor    Yannick Lasfas

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November 28th, 2016

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Home Market Releases for November 22nd, 2016

November 21st, 2016

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Weekend Wrap-Up: Sully Saves the Box Office with $35.03 million

September 13th, 2016

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September 11th, 2016

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Weekend Predictions: The Real Work Begins

September 8th, 2016

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The Wild Life Trailer

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Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2016/09/09 5 $3,342,697   2,493 $1,341   $3,342,697 3
2016/09/16 8 $2,771,443 -17% 2,493 $1,112   $6,785,712 10
2016/09/23 20 $411,840 -85% 1,431 $288   $7,701,352 17
2016/09/30 44 $51,523 -87% 150 $343   $7,853,551 24
2016/10/07 38 $91,813 +78% 164 $560   $7,965,609 31

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2016/09/09 6 $736,659   2,493 $295   $736,659 1
2016/09/10 5 $1,612,961 +119% 2,493 $647   $2,349,620 2
2016/09/11 6 $993,077 -38% 2,493 $398   $3,342,697 3
2016/09/12 12 $157,782 -84% 2,493 $63   $3,500,479 4
2016/09/13 12 $230,102 +46% 2,493 $92   $3,730,581 5
2016/09/14 12 $146,016 -37% 2,493 $59   $3,876,597 6
2016/09/15 11 $137,672 -6% 2,493 $55   $4,014,269 7
2016/09/16 11 $529,099 +284% 2,493 $212   $4,543,368 8
2016/09/17 8 $1,339,968 +153% 2,493 $537   $5,883,336 9
2016/09/18 8 $902,376 -33% 2,493 $362   $6,785,712 10
2016/09/19 12 $125,750 -86% 2,493 $50   $6,911,462 11
2016/09/20 11 $177,517 +41% 2,493 $71   $7,088,979 12
2016/09/21 11 $120,389 -32% 2,493 $48   $7,209,368 13
2016/09/22 15 $80,144 -33% 2,493 $32   $7,289,512 14
2016/09/23 - $85,601 +7% 1,431 $60   $7,375,113 15
2016/09/24 - $188,670 +120% 1,431 $132   $7,563,783 16
2016/09/25 - $137,569 -27% 1,431 $96   $7,701,352 17
2016/09/26 - $23,412 -83% 1,431 $16   $7,724,764 18
2016/09/27 - $31,473 +34% 1,431 $22   $7,756,237 19
2016/09/28 - $23,975 -24% 1,431 $17   $7,780,212 20
2016/09/29 - $21,816 -9% 1,431 $15   $7,802,028 21
2016/09/30 - $12,107 -45% 150 $81   $7,814,135 22
2016/10/01 - $24,227 +100% 150 $162   $7,838,362 23
2016/10/02 - $15,189 -37% 150 $101   $7,853,551 24
2016/10/03 - $4,623 -70% 150 $31   $7,858,174 25
2016/10/04 - $6,347 +37% 150 $42   $7,864,521 26
2016/10/05 - $3,897 -39% 150 $26   $7,868,418 27
2016/10/06 - $5,378 +38% 150 $36   $7,873,796 28
2016/10/07 - $26,618 +395% 164 $162   $7,900,414 29
2016/10/08 - $39,174 +47% 164 $239   $7,939,588 30
2016/10/09 - $26,021 -34% 164 $159   $7,965,609 31
2016/10/10 - $15,437 -41% 164 $94   $7,981,046 32
2016/10/11 - $9,441 -39% 164 $58   $7,990,487 33
2016/10/12 - $6,589 -30% 164 $40   $7,997,076 34
2016/10/13 - $8,510 +29% 164 $52   $8,005,586 35

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2016/09/09 6 $4,014,269   2,493 $1,610   $4,014,269 7
2016/09/16 8 $3,275,243 -18% 2,493 $1,314   $7,289,512 14
2016/09/23 21 $512,516 -84% 1,431 $358   $7,802,028 21
2016/09/30 47 $71,768 -86% 150 $478   $7,873,796 28
2016/10/07 40 $131,790 +84% 164 $804   $8,005,586 35

Box Office Summary Per Territory

Territory Release
Date
Opening
Weekend
Opening
Weekend
Theaters
Maximum
Theaters
Theatrical
Engagements
Total
Box Office
Report
Date
Australia 10/28/2016 $82,315 162 167 526 $270,883 11/28/2016
Austria 2/5/2016 $116,027 75 98 516 $613,082 7/15/2016
Belgium 3/30/2016 $0 0 97 97 $655,105 6/9/2016
Bulgaria 2/5/2016 $45,106 37 45 202 $168,023 7/15/2016
China 10/4/2016 $1,590,000 15682 15682 23632 $7,800,000 10/30/2016
Croatia 2/18/2016 $47,919 50 50 209 $140,612 4/19/2016
Czech Republic 2/18/2016 $137,719 132 132 300 $309,475 3/31/2016
Germany 2/4/2016 $0 0 786 3897 $4,881,890 6/9/2016
Hungary 4/7/2016 $44,699 56 56 56 $47,711 6/9/2016
Italy 5/6/2016 $367,313 0 0 0 $1,272,717 7/19/2016
Lithuania 2/12/2016 $77,025 404 404 459 $133,542 7/14/2016
Mexico 11/10/2016 $262,034 0 0 0 $264,474 11/15/2016
Netherlands 2/18/2016 $92,071 103 103 610 $690,313 6/9/2016
New Zealand 4/15/2016 $12,059 37 44 151 $89,881 7/18/2016
Portugal 4/21/2016 $40,537 51 54 252 $200,271 6/15/2016
Russia (CIS) 4/14/2016 $618,288 906 906 2309 $1,276,696 5/13/2016
Serbia and Montenegro 2/11/2016 $0 0 17 63 $47,717 4/19/2016
Slovakia 2/18/2016 $55,516 63 63 139 $147,662 6/29/2016
Slovenia 2/18/2016 $25,371 19 19 67 $86,382 6/9/2016
South Korea 9/7/2016 $286,849 329 329 717 $907,216 12/7/2016
Spain 9/16/2016 $264,478 254 272 911 $676,845 12/2/2016
Turkey 6/17/2016 $94,798 168 168 489 $270,079 7/14/2016
Ukraine 2/18/2016 $135,648 153 153 407 $381,742 3/22/2016
United Kingdom 5/6/2016 $830,668 440 440 847 $985,320 6/9/2016
 
International Total$22,317,638 12/7/2016

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