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Selma (2014)

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Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $52,076,908Details
International Box Office $14,700,000Details
Worldwide Box Office $66,776,908
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $5,568,389 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $1,837,164 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $7,405,553
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  8. Trailer

Synopsis

A chronicle of the tumultuous three-month period in 1965, when Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. led a dangerous campaign to secure equal voting rights in the face of violent opposition. The epic march from Selma to Montgomery culminated in President Johnson signing the Voting Rights Act of 1965, one of the most significant victories for the civil rights movement.

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics Certified FreshAudience Upright
Critics
99% - Certified Fresh
Audience
86% - Upright

Latest Ranking on Cumulative Box Office Lists


Movie Details

Production Budget:$20,000,000
Domestic Releases: December 25th, 2014 (Oscar Qualifying Run) by Paramount Pictures
January 9th, 2015 (Expands Wide) by Paramount Pictures
International Releases: February 5th, 2015 (Wide) (New Zealand)
February 6th, 2015 (Wide) (United Kingdom)
February 12th, 2015 (Wide) (Australia)
February 12th, 2015 (Wide) (Italy)
February 19th, 2015 (Wide) (Germany)
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Video Release: May 5th, 2015 by Paramount Home Video
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for disturbing thematic material including violence, a suggestive moment, and brief strong language.
(Rating bulletin 2353, 12/17/2014)
Running Time: 123 minutes
Comparisons: Best Picture Oscar Nominees, 2015
vs. The Birth of a Nation
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Keywords: Biography, African-American, Political, Civil Rights Movement, 2015 Oscars Best Picture Nominee, Voiceover/Narration, Terrorism, Nobel Prize, Intertitle, Bigotry, Government Corruption, Police Brutality, Corrupt Cops, Hate Crime, Epilogue
Source:Based on Real Life Events
Genre:Drama
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Dramatization
Production Companies: Plan B Entertainment, Pathe of a Cloud Eight, Harpo Films, Ingenious Media
Production Countries: United Kingdom

Ranking on other Records and Milestones

RecordRankRevenueChart
Date
Days In
Release
Biggest 16th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,441 $21,271 Apr 10, 2015 109
Biggest 15th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,152 $63,262 Apr 3, 2015 102
Biggest 14th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,396 $61,782 Mar 27, 2015 95
Biggest 13th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 720 $233,406 Mar 20, 2015 88
Biggest 12th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 912 $219,507 Mar 13, 2015 81
Biggest 11th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 706 $372,367 Mar 6, 2015 74
Biggest 10th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 767 $447,355 Feb 27, 2015 67
Fastest Movies to Earn $50 Million at the Domestic Box Office 1,368 $50,111,735 Feb 27, 2015 65
Biggest 9th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 812 $622,308 Feb 20, 2015 60
Biggest 8th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 813 $1,013,131 Feb 13, 2015 53
Biggest 7th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 758 $1,690,342 Feb 6, 2015 46
Biggest 6th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 781 $2,567,641 Jan 30, 2015 39
Biggest 5th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 429 $5,418,572 Jan 23, 2015 32
Biggest January Day at the Domestic Box Office 497 $5,070,792 Jan 19, 2015 26
Biggest Monday at the Domestic Box Office 393 $5,070,792 Jan 19, 2015 26
Biggest 4th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 341 $8,779,295 Jan 16, 2015 25
Biggest 3rd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 446 $11,307,394 Jan 9, 2015 18
Biggest January Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 258 $11,307,394 Jan 9, 2015 18
Biggest 2nd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 4,483 $633,173 Jan 2, 2015 11
Biggest Opening Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 4,822 $571,450 Dec 26, 2014 4

Cast

   Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Tom Wilkinson    President Lyndon B. Johnson
Carmen Ejogo    Coretta Scott King
Tim Roth    Governor George Wallace
Oprah Winfrey    Annie Lee Cooper
Giovanni Ribisi    Lee C. White
Alessandro Nivola    John Doar
Cuba Gooding, Jr.    Fred Gray
Tessa Thompson    Diane Nash
Omar J. Dorsey    James Orange
Keith Stanfield    Lakeith Lee
Lorraine Toussaint    Amelia Boynton
Henry Sanders    Cager Lee
Andre Holland    Andrew Young
Jeremy Strong    James Reeb
Niecy Nash    Richie Jean Jackson
Colman Domingo    Ralph Abernathy
Martin Sheen    Frank Minis Johnson
Tara Ochs    Viola Liuzzo
Haviland Stillwell    Johnson's Secretary
Charity Jordan    Viola Lee Jackson
Nigel Thatch    Malcolm X
Dylan Baker    J. Edgar Hoover
John Lavelle    Roy Reed
Kent Faulcon    Sullivan Jackson
Stephan James    John Lewis
Trai Byers    James Forman
Ledisi Young    Mahalia Jackson
Wendell Pierce    Hosea Williams
Common    James Bevel

Production and Technical Credits

Director   
Screenwriter    Paul Webb
Producer    Christian Colson
Producer    Dede Gardner
Producer    Jeremy Kleiner
Producer    Oprah Winfrey
Executive Producer    Cameron McCracken
Executive Producer    Nik Bower
Executive Producer    Diarmuid McKeown
Executive Producer    Ava Duvernay
Executive Producer    Paul Garnes
Executive Producer    Nan Morales
Production Designer    Mark Friedberg
Editor    Spencer Averick
Composer    Jason Moran
Director of Photography    Bradford Young
Executive Score Producer    Tracy Knight
Music Supervisor    Morgan Rhodes
Art Director    Kim Jennings
Set Decorator    Elizabeth Keenan
Costume Designer    Ruth E. Carter
Sound Mixer    Willie Burton
Supervising Sound Editor    Greg Hedgepath
Re-recording Mixer    Andy Koyama
Visual Effects Supervisor    Dottie Starling
Visual Effects Supervisor    Susan MacLeod
Visual Effects Producer    Lauren Ritchie
Stunt Coordinator    Stephen Pope
Assistant Director    Myron Hoffert
Casting Director    Aisha Coley

DVD Sales: Fifty Overshadows the rest of the DVDs

May 30th, 2015

There were six new releases to reach the top 30 of the DVD sales chart this week. We also have a new number one DVD, 50 Shades of Grey, which opened with 573,000 units / $8.59 million for the week. More...

Blu-ray Sales: 50 Shades on Blu

May 30th, 2015

There were only four new releases on this week's Blu-ray sales chart, but three of them reached the top five. This includes a new number one Blu-ray, 50 Shades of Grey, which sold 852,000 units and generated $16.74 million in sales. This represents 73% of total Blu-rays sold this week, while the film's opening week Blu-ray share was just under 60%. This is a shockingly high opening week Blu-ray share, especially given the target demographic. More...

DVD and Blu-ray Releases for May 5th, 2015

May 6th, 2015

Selma

While summer is the worst time of year for the home market, there are actually two big first-run releases coming out this week, plus a handful of TV on DVD releases that are worth checking out. The biggest release is 50 Shades of Grey, but while it made more than $500 million worldwide, its reviews are just bad. On the other hand, Selma, the second biggest new release of the week, is clearly the best new release of the week and the DVD or Blu-ray Combo Pack is the Pick of the Week. More...

Featured Blu-ray / DVD Review: Selma

May 4th, 2015

Selma Selma is the latest film about African-American history that I've reviewed in the past few years. Twelve Years a Slave and The Book of Negroes where both about slavery, while Selma is about the civil rights movement. The change of setting will be nice and I'm hoping the film will be just as good without being as difficult to watch. More...

Per Theater Chart: '71 is Number One

March 4th, 2015

'71 poster

Only two films were in the $10,000 club at the box office this past weekend, and they were in a close race. '71 led the way with an average of $13,940 in four theaters. Meanwhile, The Hunting Ground was close behind with an average of $12,054 in two theaters. More...

2014 Awards Season: Oscars - And the Winner is... Birdman for Best Picture

February 22nd, 2015

Birdman poster

The Oscar ceremony is tonight and we will be live-blogging the winners... assuming I don't get bored and wander away. On a serious note, while my job is all about movies and I love watching movies, I love paying attention to box office numbers, I even love Awards Season. I hate ceremonies. As per usual, here is the list of nominees marked according to predictions / wishes. Nominees in Bold are the ones predicted to win by our readers. If I predicted 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 were not even nominated, plus a few I don't have a real opinion on. More...

Oscar Predictions: Boyhood and Birdman Neck and Neck for Top Two Awards

February 22nd, 2015

The polls are closed in our 18th annual Predict the Academy Awards contest, and it has turned out to be the most exciting two-horse race in the history of the contest.

After weeks of intense debate among our voters, we have a virtual tie in the biggest categories of all: Best Picture and Best Director. The predicted Best Picture winner is, in fact, a statistical dead heat. Boyhood garnered 47% of the total vote, and Birdman 46%, giving the Linklater epic the tiniest of edges.

Best Director is a clearer contest, but still close, and still a bout between Boyhood and Birdman. Richard Linklater is favorite to win Best Director, perhaps in part because he’s more “due” for the award than Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu. As noted, though, “favorite” is strong, given the closeness of this category, with Linklater getting 55% of the votes and Inarritu taking a 46% share.

The other big story about this year’s contest is just how much of a two-horse contest it really is. With 93% of the Best Picture vote going to Birdman and Boyhood, the remaining nominees were left to split the other 7% of the vote. American Sniper, The Grand Budapest Hotel, The Imitation Game and The Theory of Everything each gathered a handful of votes from The Numbers readers, and Selma and Whiplash are given virtually no chance at all. More...

2014 Awards Season: Oscar Highlight: Best Picture

February 20th, 2015

Birdman poster

With our annual Oscar Prediction contest underway, now is the best time to look at the nominees and try and figure out who the favorites are and which films should just feel honored to be nominated. Today we look at the biggest prize, Best Picture. Like with Best Director, this is a two-horse race with the same two films at the top of the list. More...

Per Theater Chart: Hip to be Square(Pants)

February 11th, 2015

The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water poster

Just like it did on the overall box office chart, The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water led the way on the per theater chart with an average of $15,206. This is surprisingly high compared to weekend predictions. There were two other films in the $10,000 club. Ballet 422 earned an average of $13,827 in two theaters and Old Fashioned was right behind with $12,988 in three. More...

Per Theater Chart: Future for Timbuktu Is Bright

February 3rd, 2015

Timbuktu poster

Timbuktu was the only film in the $10,000 club this weekend earning an estimated average of $12,500 in four theaters. Running Man came close with an average of $9,246 in 20 theaters. Impressively, Game Of Thrones: The IMAX Experience earned 15th place on the overall chart with $1.46 million in just over 200 theaters for an average of $7,142. This is enough to expect this to happen again, but I don't know if it will be a regular thing. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Sniper Earns Even More Records

January 21st, 2015

American Sniper poster

American Sniper opened wide after a record-breaking run on limited release and it topped expectations. I know, that's an understatement, but in my defense, I don't think there's anybody that seriously predicted American Sniper would earn $107 million during the four-day weekend. A lot of people didn't think it would earn $107 million in total. Both The Wedding Ringer and Paddington did okay business, all things considering, while Blackhat was also released this past weekend. Overall, the box office was $203 million over the three-day period, which was 61% more than last weekend. More importantly, it was 15% more than the same weekend last year. 2015 is still behind 2014 in the year-to-date comparison, but it closed the gap to just just under $20 million or 2.9%. More...

Weekend Estimates: American Sniper Shatters January Record

January 18th, 2015

American Sniper poster

American Sniper was confidently expected to top the box office charts this weekend, and to give Clint Eastwood his best weekend as a director, but no-one was predicting that the film would break the record for the biggest weekend in January by over $20 million. As of Sunday morning, that’s what Warner Bros. is projecting for the film with their official weekend estimate standing at $90,205,000 from 3,555 theaters. Since the film had already played for three weeks in exclusive engagements, it will also grab the crown for biggest fourth weekend at the box office. More...

2014 Awards Season: Oscars - Nominations

January 17th, 2015

Birdman poster

The Oscar nominations were announced early in the morning, when all sensible people were asleep. There were some surprises, as well as some results that would have been surprises had it not been for the previous Awards Season nominations. Seventeen films earned two or more nods, led by Birdman and The Grand Budapest Hotel, both of which picked up nine nominations, while The Imitation Game was right behind with eight. More...

Weekend Predictions: Can Sniper Expand into First Place?

January 16th, 2015

American Sniper poster

There are four films opening or expanding wide this Martin Luther King Day weekend. American Sniper is expanding wide after its record-breaking limited release run. The Wedding Ringer is expected to earn second place, while Paddington and Blackhat are the other wide releases. They have opposite results when it comes to reviews, but I fear neither will find an audience in theaters. This weekend last year was led by Ride Along with $41.52 million. I don't think American Sniper will match that, nor do I think the overall box office is quite as strong, so 2015 will probably lose the year-over-year comparison. Hopefully it will be close. More...

2014 - Awards Season: DGA - Nominations

January 15th, 2015

Birdman poster

The Directors Guild of America were the last major Awards Season group to hand out their nominations and did so over two days this week. Not surprisingly, for the most part, the same group of films appear on this list as have appeared on the rest of the Awards Season nominations. Birdman, Boyhood, and The Imitation Game all make appearances, More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Taken Takes Top Spot, Can't Save 2015

January 13th, 2015

Taken 3 poster

Taken 3 earned first place at the box office, as expected, but it did so earning close to $40 million, which is much more than expected. Unfortunately, the rest of the box office wasn't nearly as strong as the overall number fell 19% from last week to $126 million. Compared to last year, the box office this year was 10% lower than the same weekend last year. Year-to-date, 2015 is behind 2014's pace by 1.8%. However, while 2014 was the worst year at the box office in nearly two decades, last January was the second-best January ever, so it is still way too early to panic. More...

2014 - Awards Season: Golden Globes - Winners

January 12th, 2015

Boyhood poster

We are still waiting for the DGA nominations to be announced, but we had the first major awards show on Sunday. The Golden Globes winners were announced Sunday night and while there were not a lot of surprises, there are some things worth talking about. Leading the way with three wins was Boyhood, while Birdman and The Theory of Everything each picked up a pair of wins. More...

Weekend Estimates: Taken Tops $40 Million

January 11th, 2015

Taken 3 poster

A lukewarm critical reception hasn’t deterred movie fans from embracing the (possibly) final installment in the Taken franchise this weekend, with Taken 3 enjoying a $40.4 million debut, according to Fox’s Sunday estimate. That’s down somewhat from the $49.5 million posted by Taken 2 on its debut, but a theater average of $11,200 speaks for itself. More...

2014 - Awards Season: BAFTA - Nominations

January 11th, 2015

The Grand Budapest Hotel poster

The BAFTA nominations were announced yesterday and unlike most other Awards Season voters, the BAFTA voters gave us some real surprises. For instance, Birdman didn't lead the way. In fact, it was a comedy, The Grand Budapest Hotel, that earned the most nominations at 11. Granted, Birdman and The Theory of Everything were tied for second place with ten each, but it is still strange to see a comedy leading the way. More...

2014 - Awards Season: WGA - Nominations

January 10th, 2015

Boyhood poster

The Writers Guild of America nominations were latest to be announced, but were there any real surprises? Yes. Birdman didn't get a nomination, but Guardians of the Galaxy did. More on that later. Besides those two films, there are not a lot of surprises here and the usual contenders are present, including Boyhood and The Imitation Game, but there are also some other notable films missing. More...

2014 - Awards Season: PGA - Nominations

January 10th, 2015

Birdman poster

The Producers Guild of America nominations were announced and there's not a lot of surprises among the three categories. Birdman, Boyhood, The Imitation Game, and others continue to get accolades, but there are also some films that are being passed over too often. More...

Weekend Predictions: Will Taken Take Top Spot?

January 8th, 2015

Taken 3 poster

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

Per Theater Chart: 2015 Starts as 2014 Ended

January 6th, 2015

American Sniper poster

There were very few new films that came out during the first weekend of 2015, so it should come as no surprise that the per theater chart looked mostly the same as it did last weekend. This includes the top of the chart, American Sniper, which earned an average of $169,227 in four theaters, which is 7% higher than last weekend. That bodes well for its planned wide release later in the month. The best new release was A Most Violent Year, which opened with an average of $43,197, also in four theaters. This film should also expand significantly over the coming weeks. Selma was next with an average of $28,781 in 22 theaters. Inherent Vice earned an average of $15,712 in 16 theaters. It is expanding wide in just a few days, so this is a great result. Two Days, One Night was right behind with an average of $15,628 in two theaters. The Imitation Game was roughly even with last week with an average of $10,308. Leviathan rose earning an average of $10,300 in three theaters. More...

2015 Preview: January

January 1st, 2015

Taken 3 poster

2014 is over and for the most part, December was a soft ending to a weak year. This is bad news for two reasons. Firstly, it means the overall box office is still soft and it is unlikely that January will start strong. Secondly, last January was a great month, thanks in part to Frozen and other holdovers. The slump can't last forever and Taken 3 should help 2015 get off to a reasonably fast start and it even has a shot at $100 million. American Sniper got off to a really fast start in limited release, so it too could be a hit when it expands wide. By comparison, last January was led by Ride Along, but there were only two other films that didn't completely bomb. I want to say 2015 will start out on a winning note, but given the box office losing streak, it will likely pay to be pessimistic. More...

Per Theater Chart: American Shoots for the Top

December 31st, 2014

American Sniper poster

American Sniper led the way on the per theater chart with an estimated average of $152,500 in four theaters. This is the second best per theater average of the year, behind just The Grand Budapest Hotel and ahead of The Imitation Game. Second place for the weekend was Selma, which earned an average of $30,076 in 19 theaters during their Oscar-qualifying run. Two Days, One Night was a surprise entry in the $10,000 club earning an average of $24,118 in two theaters. It earned amazing reviews, but it didn't have as much buzz behind it as other film's that opening on Christmas. Into the Woods was the best of the wide releases in the $10,000 club earning an average of $12,726 in 2,440 theaters. Last week's winner, Inherent Vice, was next with an estimated average of $12,500 in 16 theaters. The overall box office leader, The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies, earned an average of $10,689, while The Imitation Game was right behind with $10,618. The final film in the $10,000 club was Mr. Turner with an average of $10,498 in 24 theaters. More...

Weekend Predictions: Christmas Wishes for Woods and Unbroken

December 23rd, 2014

Into the Woods poster

We have a short prediction column today detailing the three Christmas day wide releases, as well as the two bigger limited releases. Sadly, none of these five films are really living up to potential and Christmas Day could be rather weak at the box office. Then again, why should Christmas be any different than the past several months. 2014 got off to such a great start. Last Christmas was busier, but not particularly strong either, so at least 2014 won't lose too badly. More...

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Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2014/12/26 23 $571,450   19 $30,076   $893,626 4
2015/01/02 24 $633,173 +11% 22 $28,781   $2,068,453 11
2015/01/09 2 $11,307,394 +1,686% 2,179 $5,189   $13,594,343 18
2015/01/16 5 $8,779,295 -22% 2,235 $3,928   $26,443,325 25
2015/01/23 8 $5,418,572 -38% 2,046 $2,648   $39,138,346 32
2015/01/30 11 $2,567,641 -53% 1,714 $1,498   $43,475,569 39
2015/02/06 12 $1,690,342 -34% 941 $1,796   $46,422,326 46
2015/02/13 15 $1,013,131 -40% 566 $1,790   $48,277,322 53
2015/02/20 17 $622,308 -39% 412 $1,510   $49,550,204 60
2015/02/27 21 $447,355 -28% 283 $1,581   $50,405,064 67
2015/03/06 19 $372,367 -17% 270 $1,379   $50,965,872 74
2015/03/13 25 $219,507 -41% 231 $950   $51,363,550 81
2015/03/20 24 $233,406 +6% 702 $332   $51,694,025 88
2015/03/27 41 $61,782 -74% 64 $965   $51,903,061 95
2015/04/03 39 $63,262 +2% 135 $469   $51,998,118 102
2015/04/10 53 $21,271 -66% 67 $317   $52,065,634 109

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2014/12/25 - $322,176   19 $16,957   $322,176 1
2014/12/26 - $211,402 -34% 19 $11,126   $533,578 2
2014/12/27 - $199,083 -6% 19 $10,478   $732,661 3
2014/12/28 - $160,965 -19% 19 $8,472   $893,626 4
2014/12/29 - $107,773 -33% 19 $5,672   $1,001,399 5
2014/12/30 - $107,994 n/c 19 $5,684   $1,109,393 6
2014/12/31 - $94,594 -12% 19 $4,979   $1,203,987 7
2015/01/01 - $231,293 +145% 22 $10,513   $1,435,280 8
2015/01/02 - $226,661 -2% 22 $10,303   $1,661,941 9
2015/01/03 - $247,287 +9% 22 $11,240   $1,909,228 10
2015/01/04 - $159,225 -36% 22 $7,238   $2,068,453 11
2015/01/05 - $57,202 -64% 22 $2,600   $2,125,655 12
2015/01/06 - $52,520 -8% 22 $2,387   $2,178,175 13
2015/01/07 - $54,129 +3% 22 $2,460   $2,232,304 14
2015/01/08 - $54,645 +1% 22 $2,484   $2,286,949 15
2015/01/09 2 $3,769,701 +6,799% 2,179 $1,730   $6,056,650 16
2015/01/10 2 $4,700,318 +25% 2,179 $2,157   $10,756,968 17
2015/01/11 2 $2,837,375 -40% 2,179 $1,302   $13,594,343 18
2015/01/12 2 $795,793 -72% 2,179 $365   $14,390,136 19
2015/01/13 2 $1,161,008 +46% 2,179 $533   $15,551,144 20
2015/01/14 2 $997,323 -14% 2,179 $458   $16,548,467 21
2015/01/15 2 $1,115,563 +12% 2,179 $512   $17,664,030 22
2015/01/16 5 $2,364,281 +112% 2,235 $1,058   $20,028,311 23
2015/01/17 5 $3,695,777 +56% 2,235 $1,654   $23,724,088 24
2015/01/18 5 $2,719,237 -26% 2,235 $1,217   $26,443,325 25
2015/01/19 3 $5,070,792 +86% 2,235 $2,269   $31,514,117 26
2015/01/20 5 $894,600 -82% 2,235 $400   $32,408,717 27
2015/01/21 4 $603,531 -33% 2,235 $270   $33,012,248 28
2015/01/22 4 $707,526 +17% 2,235 $317   $33,719,774 29
2015/01/23 8 $1,486,040 +110% 2,046 $726   $35,205,814 30
2015/01/24 8 $2,459,509 +66% 2,046 $1,202   $37,665,323 31
2015/01/25 8 $1,473,023 -40% 2,046 $720   $39,138,346 32
2015/01/26 7 $363,004 -75% 2,046 $177   $39,501,350 33
2015/01/27 7 $504,811 +39% 2,046 $247   $40,006,161 34
2015/01/28 7 $421,512 -17% 2,046 $206   $40,427,673 35
2015/01/29 5 $480,255 +14% 2,046 $235   $40,907,928 36
2015/01/30 10 $860,195 +79% 1,714 $502   $41,768,123 37
2015/01/31 10 $1,320,682 +54% 1,714 $771   $43,088,805 38
2015/02/01 10 $386,764 -71% 1,714 $226   $43,475,569 39
2015/02/02 10 $235,289 -39% 1,714 $137   $43,710,858 40
2015/02/03 9 $340,958 +45% 1,714 $199   $44,051,816 41
2015/02/04 8 $307,663 -10% 1,714 $180   $44,359,479 42
2015/02/05 7 $372,505 +21% 1,714 $217   $44,731,984 43
2015/02/06 12 $485,021 +30% 941 $515   $45,217,005 44
2015/02/07 12 $772,012 +59% 941 $820   $45,989,017 45
2015/02/08 12 $433,309 -44% 941 $460   $46,422,326 46
2015/02/09 11 $170,356 -61% 941 $181   $46,592,682 47
2015/02/10 11 $234,195 +37% 941 $249   $46,826,877 48
2015/02/11 11 $204,848 -13% 941 $218   $47,031,725 49
2015/02/12 10 $232,466 +13% 941 $247   $47,264,191 50
2015/02/13 13 $280,543 +21% 566 $496   $47,544,734 51
2015/02/14 15 $422,171 +50% 566 $746   $47,966,905 52
2015/02/15 13 $310,417 -26% 566 $548   $48,277,322 53
2015/02/16 12 $237,064 -24% 566 $419   $48,514,386 54
2015/02/17 13 $130,143 -45% 566 $230   $48,644,529 55
2015/02/18 12 $126,864 -3% 566 $224   $48,771,393 56
2015/02/19 11 $156,503 +23% 566 $277   $48,927,896 57
2015/02/20 - $200,185 +28% 412 $486   $49,128,081 58
2015/02/21 - $270,020 +35% 412 $655   $49,398,101 59
2015/02/22 - $152,103 -44% 412 $369   $49,550,204 60
2015/02/23 14 $92,646 -39% 412 $225   $49,642,850 61
2015/02/24 15 $80,303 -13% 412 $195   $49,723,153 62
2015/02/25 13 $102,125 +27% 412 $248   $49,825,278 63
2015/02/26 11 $132,431 +30% 412 $321   $49,957,709 64
2015/02/27 - $154,026 +16% 283 $544   $50,111,735 65
2015/02/28 - $185,211 +20% 283 $654   $50,296,946 66
2015/03/01 - $108,118 -42% 283 $382   $50,405,064 67
2015/03/02 - $39,023 -64% 283 $138   $50,444,087 68
2015/03/03 - $44,075 +13% 283 $156   $50,488,162 69
2015/03/04 15 $55,014 +25% 283 $194   $50,543,176 70
2015/03/05 - $50,329 -9% 283 $178   $50,593,505 71
2015/03/06 - $82,022 +63% 270 $304   $50,675,527 72
2015/03/07 - $180,525 +120% 270 $669   $50,856,052 73
2015/03/08 - $109,820 -39% 270 $407   $50,965,872 74
2015/03/09 - $47,285 -57% 270 $175   $51,013,157 75
2015/03/10 - $44,511 -6% 270 $165   $51,057,668 76
2015/03/11 - $45,127 +1% 270 $167   $51,102,795 77
2015/03/12 - $41,248 -9% 270 $153   $51,144,043 78
2015/03/13 - $66,954 +62% 231 $290   $51,210,997 79
2015/03/14 - $97,546 +46% 231 $422   $51,308,543 80
2015/03/15 - $55,007 -44% 231 $238   $51,363,550 81
2015/03/16 - $22,273 -60% 231 $96   $51,385,823 82
2015/03/17 - $26,159 +17% 231 $113   $51,411,982 83
2015/03/18 - $23,731 -9% 231 $103   $51,435,713 84
2015/03/19 - $24,906 +5% 231 $108   $51,460,619 85
2015/03/20 - $66,454 +167% 702 $95   $51,527,073 86
2015/03/21 - $102,702 +55% 702 $146   $51,629,775 87
2015/03/22 - $64,250 -37% 702 $92   $51,694,025 88
2015/03/23 - $27,922 -57% 702 $40   $51,721,947 89
2015/03/24 - $38,314 +37% 702 $55   $51,760,261 90
2015/03/25 - $31,588 -18% 702 $45   $51,791,849 91
2015/03/26 - $49,430 +56% 702 $70   $51,841,279 92
2015/03/27 - $24,242 -51% 64 $379   $51,865,521 93
2015/03/28 - $28,215 +16% 64 $441   $51,893,736 94
2015/03/29 - $9,325 -67% 64 $146   $51,903,061 95
2015/03/30 - $8,955 -4% 64 $140   $51,912,016 96
2015/03/31 - $8,967 n/c 64 $140   $51,920,983 97
2015/04/01 - $4,870 -46% 64 $76   $51,925,853 98
2015/04/02 - $9,003 +85% 64 $141   $51,934,856 99
2015/04/03 - $22,011 +144% 135 $163   $51,956,867 100
2015/04/04 - $23,886 +9% 135 $177   $51,980,753 101
2015/04/05 - $17,365 -27% 135 $129   $51,998,118 102
2015/04/06 - $8,558 -51% 135 $63   $52,006,676 103
2015/04/07 - $10,914 +28% 135 $81   $52,017,590 104
2015/04/08 - $9,630 -12% 135 $71   $52,027,220 105
2015/04/09 - $17,143 +78% 135 $127   $52,044,363 106
2015/04/10 - $6,437 -62% 67 $96   $52,050,800 107
2015/04/11 - $9,551 +48% 67 $143   $52,060,351 108
2015/04/12 - $5,283 -45% 67 $79   $52,065,634 109
2015/04/13 - $1,927 -64% 67 $29   $52,067,561 110
2015/04/14 - $2,878 +49% 67 $43   $52,070,439 111
2015/04/15 - $2,254 -22% 67 $34   $52,072,693 112
2015/04/16 - $4,215 +87% 67 $63   $52,076,908 113

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2014/12/19 28 $322,176   19 $16,957   $322,176 1
2014/12/26 23 $1,113,104 +245% 22 $50,596   $1,435,280 8
2015/01/02 24 $851,669 -23% 22 $38,712   $2,286,949 15
2015/01/09 2 $15,377,081 +1,706% 2,179 $7,057   $17,664,030 22
2015/01/16 5 $16,055,744 +4% 2,235 $7,184   $33,719,774 29
2015/01/23 7 $7,188,154 -55% 2,046 $3,513   $40,907,928 36
2015/01/30 10 $3,824,056 -47% 1,714 $2,231   $44,731,984 43
2015/02/06 12 $2,532,207 -34% 941 $2,691   $47,264,191 50
2015/02/13 14 $1,663,705 -34% 566 $2,939   $48,927,896 57
2015/02/20 17 $1,029,813 -38% 412 $2,500   $49,957,709 64
2015/02/27 21 $635,796 -38% 283 $2,247   $50,593,505 71
2015/03/06 19 $550,538 -13% 270 $2,039   $51,144,043 78
2015/03/13 24 $316,576 -42% 231 $1,370   $51,460,619 85
2015/03/20 21 $380,660 +20% 702 $542   $51,841,279 92
2015/03/27 41 $93,577 -75% 64 $1,462   $51,934,856 99
2015/04/03 38 $109,507 +17% 135 $811   $52,044,363 106
2015/04/10 53 $32,545 -70% 67 $486   $52,076,908 113

Box Office Summary Per Territory

Territory Release
Date
Opening
Weekend
Opening
Weekend
Theaters
Maximum
Theaters
Theatrical
Engagements
Total
Box Office
Report
Date
Australia 2/12/2015 $45,769 85 110 600 $1,105,035 7/7/2015
Belgium 3/11/2015 $0 0 41 68 $312,934 6/26/2015
Germany 2/19/2015 $0 0 6 12 $1,022,841 10/20/2015
Italy 2/12/2015 $0 0 1 1 $197,910 9/22/2015
Netherlands 2/19/2015 $0 0 1 1 $632,486 10/20/2015
New Zealand 2/5/2015 $0 0 4 4 $245,608 7/16/2015
Spain 3/6/2015 $0 0 6 6 $1,200 6/26/2015
Taiwan 9/11/2015 $14,602 9 9 11 $37,000 10/6/2015
United Kingdom 2/6/2015 $0 0 10 21 $4,739,266 10/20/2015
 
Rest of World $6,405,720
 
International Total$14,700,000 10/20/2015

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
5/10/20154101,793 101,793$1,767,126$1,767,1261
5/17/2015850,921-50% 152,714$1,000,598$2,767,7242
5/24/20151113,162-74% 165,876$228,097$2,995,8223

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
5/10/2015346,190 46,190$917,805$917,8051
5/17/2015719,744-57% 65,935$363,299$1,281,1042
5/24/2015125,946-70% 71,880$122,186$1,403,2903

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