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Sing (2016)

Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $249,361,725Details
International Box Office $178,600,000Details
Worldwide Box Office $427,961,725
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Set in a world like ours but entirely inhabited by animals, Buster Moon, a dapper koala who presides over a once-grand theater that has fallen on hard times. Buster is an eternal—some might even say delusional—optimist who loves his theater above all and will do anything to preserve it. Now faced with the crumbling of his life’s ambition, he has one final chance to restore his fading jewel to its former glory by producing the world’s greatest singing competition. Five lead contestants emerge: Mike, a mouse who croons as smoothly as he cons; Meena, a timid teenage elephant with an enormous case of stage fright; Rosita, an overtaxed mother run ragged tending a litter of 25 piglets; Johnny, a young gangster gorilla looking to break free of his family’s felonies; and Ash, a punk-rock porcupine struggling to shed her arrogant boyfriend and go solo. Each arrives under Buster’s marquee believing that this is their shot to change the course of their life. And as Buster coaches each of his contestants closer and closer to the grand finale, he starts to learn that maybe the theater isn’t the only thing that is in need of saving.


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Movie Details

Production Budget:$75,000,000
Domestic Releases: December 21st, 2016 (Wide) by Universal
International Releases: November 24th, 2016 (Wide) (South Korea)
December 8th, 2016 (Wide) (Croatia)
December 8th, 2016 (Wide), released as Cantar! (Portugal)
December 8th, 2016 (Wide) (Slovenia)
December 8th, 2016 (Wide) (Switzerland)
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MPAA Rating: PG for some rude humor and mild peril.
(Rating bulletin 2440 (Cert #50642), 8/31/2016)
Running Time: 108 minutes
Comparisons: vs. The Secret Life of Pets
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Keywords: Animal Lead, Talking Animals, Singers, Musicians, Theater, Talent Contest, Ensemble, Money Troubles
Source:Original Screenplay
Production Method:Digital Animation
Creative Type:Kids Fiction
Production Companies: Illumination Entertainment
Production Countries: United States

Ranking on other Records and Milestones

Days In
Biggest 5th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 127 $9,036,530 Jan 20, 2017 33
Biggest 4th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 105 $14,240,380 Jan 13, 2017 26
Biggest 3rd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 107 $20,712,365 Jan 6, 2017 19
Biggest January Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 71 $20,712,365 Jan 6, 2017 19
Fastest Movies to Earn $200 Million at the Domestic Box Office 71 $208,104,870 Jan 6, 2017 18
Biggest January Day at the Domestic Box Office 37 $14,394,090 Jan 2, 2017 13
Biggest 2nd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 64 $42,896,330 Dec 30, 2016 12
Biggest December Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 25 $42,896,330 Dec 30, 2016 12
Biggest Weekends at the Domestic Box Office 326 $42,896,330 Dec 30, 2016 12
Biggest Saturday at the Domestic Box Office 598 $12,331,855 Dec 31, 2016 11
Fastest Movies to Earn $150 Million at the Domestic Box Office 78 $152,853,995 Dec 30, 2016 11
Biggest Friday at the Domestic Box Office 245 $16,920,650 Dec 30, 2016 10
Biggest Thursday at the Domestic Box Office 30 $15,039,855 Dec 29, 2016 9
Biggest Wednesday at the Domestic Box Office 34 $15,501,840 Dec 28, 2016 8
Fastest Movies to Earn $100 Million at the Domestic Box Office 102 $108,561,635 Dec 23, 2016 8
Biggest Tuesday at the Domestic Box Office 14 $17,515,525 Dec 27, 2016 7
Biggest December Day at the Domestic Box Office 50 $19,673,485 Dec 26, 2016 6
Biggest Monday at the Domestic Box Office 13 $19,673,485 Dec 26, 2016 6
Biggest Single Days at the Domestic Box Office 566 $19,673,485 Dec 26, 2016 6
Biggest Sunday at the Domestic Box Office 230 $14,376,300 Dec 25, 2016 5
Biggest Opening Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 360 $35,258,145 Dec 23, 2016 5
Fastest Movies to Earn $50 Million at the Domestic Box Office 245 $55,870,785 Dec 23, 2016 5
Widest Opening Weekend 70 4,022 Dec 23, 2016 5


   Buster Moon
Jennifer Saunders    Nana
Jennifer Hudson    Young Nana
Garth Jennings    Miss Crawly/Additional Voices
Peter Serafinowicz    Big Daddy
Nick Kroll    Gunter
Beck Bennett    Lance
Jay Pharoah    Meena’s Grandfather
Nick Offerman    Norman
Leslie Jones    Meena’s Mother
Rhea Perlman    Judith
Laraine Newman    Meena’s Grandmother/Additional Voices
Adam Buxton    Stan
Brad Morris    Baboon
Bill Farmer    News Reporter Dog
Oscar Jennings    Piglet
Leo Jennings    Piglet
Caspar Jennings    Piglet
Asa Jennings    Piglet
Carlos Alazraqui    Additional Voice
Sara Mann    Additional Voice
Wes Anderson    Additional Voice
Igor Khait    Additional Voice
David Arnott    Additional Voice
Daamen Krall    Additional Voice
Bob Bergen    Additional Voice
Jeremy Maxwell    Additional Voice
Doug Burch    Additional Voice
Daniel Mora    Additional Voice
Britt Burton    Additional Voice
Catherine Cavadini    Additional Voice
Jason Pace    Additional Voice
Townsend Coleman    Additional Voice
Gregory Perler    Additional Voice
Abby Craden    Additional Voice
James J. Cummings    Additional Voice
Jessica Rau    Additional Voice
John DeMita    Additional Voice
Chris Renaud    Additional Voice
Marisa De Silva    Additional Voice
Jessica Rotter    Additional Voice
Willow Geer    Additional Voice
Tara Strong    Additional Voice
Jess Harnell    Additional Voice
Barbara Harris    Additional Voice
Tom Walters    Additional Voice
Andrew Walton    Additional Voice
Edgar Wright    Additional Voice
Robert Taylor    Additional Voice

Production and Technical Credits

Screenwriter    Garth Jennings
Producer    Janet Healy
Producer    Christopher Meledandri
Editor    Gregory Perler
Co-Director    Christophe Lourdelet
Executive Music Producer    Harvey Mason Jr.
Music Supervisor    Jojo Villanueva
Composer    Joby Talbot
Production Designer    Eric Guillon
Character Designer    Eric Guillon
Associate Producer    Robert Taylor
Associate Producer    Brett Hoffman
Production Supervisor    Joy Poirel
Animation Director    Patrick Delage
Animation Director    Pierre Leduc
Supervising Animator    Pierre Avon
Supervising Animator    Simon Cuisinier
Supervising Animator    Luc Degardin
Supervising Animator    Christophe Delisle
Supervising Animator    Audrey Fobis
Supervising Animator    Gwenole Oulchen
Technical Animation Supervisor    Christele Jolens
Art Director    Francois Moret
Co-Producer    Igor Khait
Associate Editor    Andrew Walton
First Assistant Editor    Tom Walters
Assistant Editor    Fanny Bensussan
Assistant Editor    Drew Kilcoin
Assistant Editor    Anna Catalano
Story Artist    Justine Bonnard
Story Artist    Julien Perron
Story Artist    Chloe Nicolay
Story Artist    Nima Azarba
Story Artist    David Canoville
Story Artist    Seth Kearsley
Story Artist    Sei Riondet
Story Artist    Martin Fuller
Script and Recording Supervisor    Kelly Lake
Set Designer    Loic Rastout
Set Designer    Brett Nystul
Set Designer    Charlotte Hutchinson
Set Designer    Alexandre Saint-Martin
Set Designer    Thomas Reteuna
Set Designer    Benoit Tranchet
Set Designer    Vincent Massy De La Chesneraye
Character Effects Supervisor    Caroline Huchet
Supervising Technical Director    Etienne Pecheux
Casting Director    Allison Jones
Casting Associate    Benjamin Harris
Casting Assistant    Peter Kousakis
Supervising Sound Editor    Dennis Leonard
Re-recording Mixer    Gary A. Rizzo
Re-recording Mixer    Lora Hirschberg
Sound Designer    Steve Boeddeker
Additional Sound Re-recording Mixer    Steve Boeddeker
Dialogue Editor    Cheryl Nardi
Sound Effects Editor    Mac Smith
Sound Effects Editor    Dustin Cawood
Sound Effects Editor    Luke Dunn Gielmuda
Foley Mixer    Scott Curtis
Foley Mixer    Jason Butler
Supervising Music Editor    Michael Connell

Weekend Predictions: Will Xander’s Return Result in Box Office Dominance?

January 19th, 2017


It is a deceptively busy week with five films opening or expanding wide. At least that’s what the dsitributors are saying. In reality, there are only two truly wide releases, xXx: Return of Xander Cage and Split. There is also one semi-wide release, The Resurrection of Gavin Stone, as well as two semi-wide expansions, The Founder and 20th Century Women. Return of Xander Cage and Split are the only two of the films that have a shot at the top ten and they could be in a close race for first place. This weekend last year, there were three wide releases, but none of them made significantly more than $10 million at the box office. The biggest film of the weekend, The Revenant, earned just $16.01 million. 2017 could finally win in the year-over-year comparison. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Hidden Figures Really Helps the Box Office with $27.51 million

January 18th, 2017

Hidden Figures

As expected, Hidden Figures remained in first place as the box office was dominated by holdovers. The best of the new releases / wide expansions was The Bye Bye Man, which earned fifth place with $15.20 million. On the positive side, while there was only one film to earn more than $20 million over the weekend, there were seven that earned $10 million or more. That’s really good depth. It’s good enough for an 8.5% increase from last weekend reaching $149 million. However, this is still 10% lower than the same weekend last year. Year-to-date, 2017 is behind 2016 by 15% at $562 million to $659 million, but again, it is way too soon to make any predictions. More...

Weekend Estimates: Hidden Figures wins MLK Weekend

January 15th, 2017

Hidden Figures

A pile-up at the box office this weekend will leave a crush of new releases behind Hidden Figures and La La Land, which remain the top two films at the box office. Hidden Figures will be down just 10% (in part thanks to expanded distribution) to $20.45 million, for $54.8 million in total, as of Sunday evening. Fox is projecting a $25.3 million 4-day weekend for the film. La La Land is even more impressive, growing its box office by 43% and moving from fifth to second on the chart with $14.5 million, and $74.1 million to date. It’s record-breaking performance at the Golden Globes has clearly lifted it to another level with audiences. More...

Weekend Predictions: Will the Patriots Win the Weekend? Or Will Hidden Remain Up Front?

January 12th, 2017

Patriots Day

Six films are opening or expanding this weekend, which have a shot at the top ten. However, only one of them, Patriots Day, has a real shot at first place. In fact, it might be the only “new” film in the top five. The biggest wide release of the week is Monster Trucks, which is opening in 2,800 theaters. I didn’t see that coming. [Ed.: The final announced theater count for Monster Trucks is an even more impressive 3,119] Meanwhile, Sleepless is only opening in 1,800 theaters, while Silence is expanding into 750 theaters. We still haven’t mentioned all of the new films. As for holdovers, Hidden Figures has a real shot at first place, while La La Land should get a boost from its Awards Season success. This weekend last year, Ride Along 2 opened with just over $35 million over the three-day weekend. There’s no film that will match that figure during the four-day weekend. On the positive side, there were only four films that earned more than $10 million during the three-day weekend and this year we should have five. That’s not enough to win in the year-over-year competition. It likely won’t even be close. More...

International Box Office: Rogue gets $56.6 million Closer to $1 Billion

January 12th, 2017

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story remained in first place with $56.6 million in 57 markets for totals of $437.1 million internationally and $914.5 million worldwide. It is now in fifth place on the 2016 worldwide chart. ... The entire top five worldwide is from Disney. This is unprecedented. As for this past weekend, Rogue One earned first place in China with $30.11 million over the weekend and $30.65 million including previews. This is on par with expectations, although some were worried it would struggle due to... I was going to say weather, but is smog weather? China is currently dealing with a smog crisis and has been issuing warnings to stay inside. This is the last market for the film, but it should cruise to $1 billion on holdovers. It will likely reach second place on the 2016 worldwide chart, but I think Captain America: Civil War is safe on the top of the chart. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Hidden Figures is in the Spotlight earning $22.80 million

January 10th, 2017

Hidden Figures

The first weekend of the year wasn’t as potent as anticipated, as none of the holdovers held on as well as expected. This helped Hidden Figures earn first place with $22.80 million, putting it just ahead of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, which pulled in $22.06 million. The box office was down 26% from last weekend to $137 million, but this is a post-holiday weekend, so this decline was expected. The box office was also down 14% from this weekend last year. It is still way too soon to compare the box office year-over-year. In fact, we should wait till The Force Awakens faded out of the top five before we can really get a picture of how 2017 will do. That was President’s Day long weekend. So once we get past President’s Day long weekend, the year-over-year comparison will begin it have some real value. More...

Weekend Predictions: Underworld is a Serious Underdog

January 5th, 2017

Underworld: Blood Wars

It’s the first weekend of the year and there’s only one wide release, Underworld: Blood Wars, plus one wide expansion, Hidden Figures. (As expected, A Monster Calls is not expanding truly wide and it won’t grow enough to make the top ten. I don’t think it will top $3 million over the weekend.) None of these films are really going to challenge the top two holdovers, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story and Sing, although that pair should be in a close race for first place. This weekend last year was very similar to this weekend, with one new release, one wide expansion, and a Star Wars holdover on top. Unfortunately, this year is much weaker. 2017 is going to get off on a losing note. More...

International Box Office: Rogue’s Threepeat to Tenth Place on 2016 Worldwide Chart

January 5th, 2017

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story added $45.8 million in 55 markets to its running tally, which now sits at $350.0 million internationally and $775.0 million worldwide. By the end of Sunday, the film was already in tenth place for the year and while it is not doing as well internationally as it is domestically, it is still on pace to hit fifth place by as early as this weekend. Its biggest market is the U.K., where it has pulled in $64.4 million, but the U.K. might not stay on top for long, because the film opens in China this weekend. More...

Theater Averages: Hidden Stands Out with Average of $34,329

January 4th, 2017

Hidden Figures

Hidden Figures rose to first place during its first full weekend of release with an average of $34,329 in 25 theaters. It already has more than $2 million and it expands wide on Friday. 20th Century Women was next with an average of $27,800 in four theaters. It isn’t a major player during Awards Season, but it is picking up enough nominations to help it stick around in theaters. Patriots Day was down just 8% earning an average of $21,117 in seven theaters. Last week’s winner, Silence, fell to an average of $20,827 in four theaters. If it has a similar drop next week, it will put its wide release in jeopardy. The best limited release of the week was Paterson, which earned an average of $17,334 in four theaters. Toni Erdmann earned an average of $14,000 in three theaters during its first full week of release. La La Land continues to expand, but remained in the $10,000 club with an average of $12,738. The overall number one film, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, was next with an average of $11,934, while the second place film, Sing, was right behind with an average of $10,647. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Rogue One Wins Weekend, Doesn’t Quite win the Year with $65.62 million

January 4th, 2017

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story

The final weekend of the year wasn’t as potent as we had predicted, but there were still a number of reasons to celebrate. Rogue One: A Star Wars Story won the weekend and is on its way to becoming the biggest hit of the year. Sing was relatively close behind and will get to $200 million this upcoming weekend. Overall, the box office rose by 2.9% from last weekend hitting $186 million. This is 15% lower than the same weekend last year, which again was actually the first weekend of 2016. We need to switch to the Strowbrinian Calendar. I’m not kidding about this. As for the year-over-year comparison, that’s a little confusing. If you just look at the calender years, then 2016 broke the record earning $11.4 billion. However, the movie year actually begins the first Monday of the year and ends the final Sunday before the first Monday of the next year. Going by this definition of the year, 2016 actually just failed to overtake 2015, because we lost a few days of The Force Awakens and only got one extra day of Rogue One. More...

Weekend Estimates: Rogue One Tops Sing

January 1st, 2017

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story

With most studios closed for New Year’s Day, the weekend estimates have a rather piecemeal look as of this morning. We do have an official weekend estimate for Sing, which Universal projects will make $41.5 million over the three-day weekend and $53.4 million over four, for a total coming out of the holidays at an impressive $177.3 million. That will put it in second place, not far behind Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. Disney won’t be releasing numbers until tomorrow, but we should see a three-day weekend around $50 million, $65 million over four days, and a total of about $440 million by Tuesday morning. More...

Weekend Predictions: Old Movies Ring Out the New Year

December 29th, 2016

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story

The weekend after Christmas Day is usually a boring weekend with no wide releases to speak of. On the other hand, we do have a monster hit to keep track of, as well as some Awards Season hopefuls that are expanding significantly and could make the top ten. Of course, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story will win this weekend and it should in fact grow from last weekend, because Christmas Eve is a dead zone at the box office. Likewise, Sing should grow even better, as it is the last weekend for families to hit theaters before school starts. Some of the other films that debuted last week are not looking so good. This weekend last year was actually the first weekend of 2016, which makes it harder to compare the two weekends. Again, we need to switch to the Strowbrinian Calendar that I mentioned at the end of the December Preview. The Force Awakens earned just over $90 million and while Rogue One won’t match that, it should be closer than most were expecting. More...

International Box Office: Rogue Remains in First with $135.5 million, While International Films Flourish

December 29th, 2016

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story remained in first place with $47.1 million in 54 markets for totals of $237.4 million internationally and $523.4 million worldwide. The film “struggled” over the weekend, but mainly due to the holidays. Christmas Eve is as big of a dead zone in most of Europe as it is here; in fact, a lot of theaters close on Christmas Eve. Likewise, a lot of theaters in the U.K. and Australia are closed on Christmas day. Even so, the film has already cracked $10 million in a number of major markets, starting with the the U.K., where it has $42.1 million. Germany and France are neck-and-neck with $21.8 million and $19.6 million respectively. The film has pulled in $17.84 million in Australia and $16.7 million in Japan. Next week we will have a better picture where the film is heading, as the holidays will be over in most places. I think $1 billion worldwide is a safe bet. More...

Thursday Box Office: Rogue One Bounces Back with $16.77 million, while most New Releases Tumble

December 23rd, 2016

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story grew by 12% to $16.77 million on Thursday for a first-week total of $222.00 million. This shows that it was hit by new releases on Wednesday, at least a little bit. It is impossible to compare this day to The Force Awakens, because this day in its run was Christmas Eve. For the record though, The Force Awakens fell by 28% to $27.40 million on that day and had pulled in $390.86 million during the same time period. More...

Wednesday Box Office: Rogue Wins with $14.97 million, but Sing Hits the High Note with $11.01 million

December 22nd, 2016

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story

As expected, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story led the way on Wednesday. It fell 15% to $14.97 million on Wednesday for a 6-day total of $204.23 million. By comparison, The Force Awakens rose 2% to $38.02 million on Wednesday for a six-day total of $363.46 million; however, it didn’t have to deal with three wide releases. In fact, it’s only “new” competition was the semi-wide expansion of The Big Short. Comparing the two movies’ daily numbers will get less illuminating until we get past Boxing Day, because the misalignment in the holidays will be playing a major role in the day-to-day changes. More...

Weekend Predictions: Will Any of the New Releases have a Christmas Miracle?

December 21st, 2016


This week is an utter mess when it comes to new releases. There are five films opening or expanding wide this week, three of them opening on Wednesday. Assassin’s Creed, Passengers, and Sing are all trying to get a head start on the weekend, while Why Him? debuts on Friday. Finally, Fences is expected to expand wide on Sunday, Christmas Day, but we’ve seen recently that “wide expansion” isn’t a meaningful term when studios use it. None of these films are expected to top Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, or even come close. Comparing this weekend to the same weekend last year is nearly impossible, because Christmas Eve lands on Saturday this year and Christmas Eve is a dead zone at the box office, while last year it landed on the Thursday, which is the best day of the week for optimal box office numbers. On the other hand, Monday is Boxing Day, which is a holiday for some. It doesn’t balance out, but fortunately 2016 still has a substantial lead over 2015, so even a really bad weekend won’t put 2016 behind. More...

2016 - Awards Season: Golden Globes - Nominations

December 12th, 2016

La La Land

The Golden Globes nominations were announced and we are starting to see a few names pop up over and over again. La La Land led the way with seven nominations, but Moonlight was right behind with six and Manchester by the Sea earned five. You will be hearing those three names over and over and over again this Awards Season. More...

2016 Preview: December

December 1st, 2016

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story

November was good, but not great. Fortunately, 2016 had a large enough lead going into November that the month only needed to be good. In fact, it could have been mediocre and 2016 would have still had an excellent shot to end the year above 2015. As for December, it’s a race between Star Wars and Star Wars. Almost no one thinks Rogue One is going to match The Force Awakens, but if Rogue One earns just half of what The Force Awakens managed, then 2016 will come out on top in the year-over-year comparison. There are only two other films with a better than 50/50 chance of hitting $100 million, Passengers and Sing. Either one could earn second place for the month, but Passengers will likely start faster. Last December, the only other film to earn more than $100 million was Daddy’s Home, which earned just a hair over $150 million. There’s a chance both Passengers and Sing will earn more than $150 million, which would be a boon to the box office. However, Star Wars: The Force Awakens was just too strong last year and it would take a miracle for 2016 to have a stronger December. That said, it would take a complete collapse for 2016 not to top 2015 in raw dollars. The growth might not be enough to keep pace with ticket price inflation, on the other hand. More...

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

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Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2016/12/23 2 $35,258,145   4,022 $8,766   $55,870,785 5
2016/12/30 2 $42,896,330 +22% 4,029 $10,647   $166,497,820 12
2017/01/06 3 $20,712,365 -52% 3,955 $5,237   $214,512,010 19
2017/01/13 3 $14,240,380 -31% 3,693 $3,856   $233,455,900 26
2017/01/20 4 $9,036,530 -37% 3,193 $2,830   $249,361,725 33

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2016/12/21 2 $11,010,175   4,022 $2,737   $11,010,175 1
2016/12/22 2 $9,602,465 -13% 4,022 $2,387   $20,612,640 2
2016/12/23 2 $12,966,810 +35% 4,022 $3,224   $33,579,450 3
2016/12/24 2 $7,915,035 -39% 4,022 $1,968   $41,494,485 4
2016/12/25 2 $14,376,300 +82% 4,022 $3,574   $55,870,785 5
2016/12/26 2 $19,673,485 +37% 4,022 $4,891   $75,544,270 6
2016/12/27 2 $17,515,525 -11% 4,022 $4,355   $93,059,795 7
2016/12/28 2 $15,501,840 -11% 4,022 $3,854   $108,561,635 8
2016/12/29 2 $15,039,855 -3% 4,022 $3,739   $123,601,490 9
2016/12/30 2 $16,920,650 +13% 4,029 $4,200   $140,522,140 10
2016/12/31 2 $12,331,855 -27% 4,029 $3,061   $152,853,995 11
2017/01/01 2 $13,643,825 +11% 4,029 $3,386   $166,497,820 12
2017/01/02 2 $14,394,090 +5% 4,029 $3,573   $180,891,910 13
2017/01/03 2 $6,145,400 -57% 4,029 $1,525   $187,037,310 14
2017/01/04 2 $3,610,650 -41% 4,029 $896   $190,647,960 15
2017/01/05 2 $3,151,685 -13% 4,029 $782   $193,799,645 16
2017/01/06 3 $5,200,540 +65% 3,955 $1,315   $199,000,185 17
2017/01/07 2 $9,104,685 +75% 3,955 $2,302   $208,104,870 18
2017/01/08 2 $6,407,140 -30% 3,955 $1,620   $214,512,010 19
2017/01/09 4 $1,168,260 -82% 3,955 $295   $215,680,270 20
2017/01/10 4 $1,678,230 +44% 3,955 $424   $217,358,500 21
2017/01/11 4 $958,905 -43% 3,955 $242   $218,317,405 22
2017/01/12 4 $898,115 -6% 3,955 $227   $219,215,520 23
2017/01/13 7 $2,964,850 +230% 3,693 $803   $222,180,370 24
2017/01/14 2 $6,279,705 +112% 3,693 $1,700   $228,460,075 25
2017/01/15 2 $4,995,825 -20% 3,693 $1,353   $233,455,900 26
2017/01/16 2 $4,784,980 -4% 3,693 $1,296   $238,240,880 27
2017/01/17 5 $1,002,650 -79% 3,693 $272   $239,243,530 28
2017/01/18 5 $542,835 -46% 3,431 $158   $239,786,365 29
2017/01/19 5 $538,830 -1% 3,431 $157   $240,325,195 30
2017/01/20 5 $1,890,290 +251% 3,193 $592   $242,215,485 31
2017/01/21 4 $4,466,400 +136% 3,193 $1,399   $246,681,885 32
2017/01/22 4 $2,679,840 -40% 3,193 $839   $249,361,725 33

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2016/12/16 3 $20,612,640   4,022 $5,125   $20,612,640 2
2016/12/23 2 $102,988,850 +400% 4,022 $25,606   $123,601,490 9
2016/12/30 2 $70,198,155 -32% 4,029 $17,423   $193,799,645 16
2017/01/06 3 $25,415,875 -64% 3,955 $6,426   $219,215,520 23
2017/01/13 3 $21,109,675 -17% 3,431 $6,153   $240,325,195 30

Box Office Summary Per Territory

Territory Release
Box Office
Argentina 1/5/2017 $1,971,312 188 188 373 $4,108,788 1/18/2017
Australia 12/26/2016 $3,219,578 360 386 1090 $15,209,126 1/19/2017
Austria 12/9/2016 $773,356 80 88 500 $2,751,652 1/18/2017
Belgium 12/21/2016 $310,070 132 132 487 $2,754,917 1/18/2017
Brazil 12/22/2016 $3,300,000 550 550 1944 $10,100,000 1/16/2017
Bulgaria 12/16/2016 $13,015 0 0 0 $460,778 1/19/2017
Chile 12/22/2016 $291,852 63 79 266 $2,243,537 1/18/2017
Colombia 12/22/2016 $366,018 182 182 669 $2,581,951 1/18/2017
Croatia 12/8/2016 $43,764 33 33 117 $211,834 1/18/2017
Czech Republic 12/16/2016 $10,148 17 94 350 $539,076 1/18/2017
Denmark 12/25/2016 $401,490 109 109 393 $2,625,628 1/18/2017
Finland 12/23/2016 $131,362 216 220 816 $1,922,942 1/18/2017
Germany 12/9/2016 $3,931,666 659 721 4082 $17,600,000 1/16/2017
Greece 12/16/2016 $146,043 98 115 446 $926,865 1/18/2017
Hong Kong 12/22/2016 $1,064,797 42 43 158 $2,801,008 1/18/2017
Hungary 12/22/2016 $182,089 67 68 250 $1,040,565 1/18/2017
Indonesia 12/9/2016 $599,000 0 0 0 $599,000 12/12/2016
Israel 12/22/2016 $305,643 35 35 137 $2,361,659 1/18/2017
Italy 1/4/2017 $3,077,675 443 472 915 $5,900,000 1/16/2017
Lithuania 12/16/2016 $6,426 10 156 473 $328,029 1/13/2017
Malaysia 12/9/2016 $89,882 128 128 567 $1,595,036 1/18/2017
Mexico 12/16/2016 $379,096 0 698 698 $11,900,000 1/16/2017
Netherlands 12/16/2016 $447,473 142 147 715 $7,400,000 1/16/2017
New Zealand 12/26/2016 $267,618 95 100 293 $1,808,778 1/16/2017
Norway 12/9/2016 $764,980 113 113 442 $1,968,167 1/18/2017
Panama 12/22/2016 $635,954 156 170 533 $2,714,661 1/18/2017
Peru 12/22/2016 $597,583 83 83 310 $3,077,328 1/18/2017
Philippines 1/4/2017 $435,935 113 113 185 $763,819 1/18/2017
Poland 1/6/2017 $1,499,482 159 167 326 $2,669,981 1/18/2017
Portugal 12/8/2016 $274,442 119 135 617 $1,933,292 1/19/2017
Singapore 12/9/2016 $520,003 58 58 205 $1,750,066 1/18/2017
Slovakia 12/16/2016 $11,308 19 56 219 $344,423 1/18/2017
Slovenia 12/8/2016 $33,619 24 24 107 $282,516 1/18/2017
South Africa 12/23/2016 $252,004 116 116 446 $1,752,811 1/18/2017
South Korea 11/24/2016 $0 0 795 2377 $11,254,779 1/22/2017
Spain 12/22/2016 $1,660,034 589 635 2359 $13,700,000 1/16/2017
Sweden 12/23/2016 $540,981 148 150 535 $4,058,370 1/18/2017
Switzerland 12/8/2016 $354,182 78 106 564 $3,032,235 1/18/2017
Taiwan 12/9/2016 $608,060 163 163 636 $1,968,834 1/18/2017
Thailand 12/22/2016 $158,143 100 100 304 $518,263 1/18/2017
Turkey 12/9/2016 $257,988 215 215 703 $709,344 1/18/2017
Venezuela 12/23/2016 $32,569 64 64 236 $489,460 1/18/2017
Rest of World $25,840,482
International Total$178,600,000 1/22/2017

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