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Spectre (2015)

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Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $200,074,175Details
International Box Office $679,546,748Details
Worldwide Box Office $879,620,923
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $11,857,167 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $23,830,681 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $35,687,848
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Synopsis

A cryptic message from the past sends James Bond on a rogue mission to Mexico City and eventually Rome, where he meets Lucia Sciarra, the beautiful and forbidden widow of an infamous criminal. Bond infiltrates a secret meeting and uncovers the existence of the sinister organization known as Spectre. Meanwhile back in London, Max Denbigh, the new head of the Centre for National Security, questions Bond’s actions and challenges the relevance of MI6, led by M. Bond covertly enlists Moneypenny and Q to help him seek out Madeleine Swann, the daughter of his old nemesis Mr White, who may hold the clue to untangling the web of Spectre. As Bond ventures towards the heart of Spectre, he learns of a chilling connection between himself and the enemy he seeks.

Metrics

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Movie Details

Production Budget:$300,000,000
Domestic Releases: November 6th, 2015 (Wide) by Sony Pictures
November 6th, 2015 (IMAX) by Sony Pictures
International Releases: October 6th, 2015 (Wide) (Romania)
October 26th, 2015 (Wide) (United Kingdom)
October 29th, 2015 (Wide) (Netherlands)
October 30th, 2015 (Wide) (Denmark)
October 30th, 2015 (Wide) (Finland)
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Video Release: January 22nd, 2016 by Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for intense sequences of action and violence, some disturbing images, sensuality and language.
(Rating bulletin 2391, 9/16/2015)
Running Time: 148 minutes
Franchise: James Bond
Comparisons: vs. Skyfall
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Keywords: Secret Agent, Shadowy Organization, The Past Catching up with You, Development Hell, Prologue, Intertitle, Mexico
Source:Based on Fiction Book/Short Story
Genre:Action
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: Eon Productions
Production Countries: United Kingdom,
United States

Ranking on other Records and Milestones

RecordRankRevenueChart
Date
Days In
Release
Biggest 22nd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 756 $4,600 Apr 1, 2016 150
Biggest 21st Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 487 $39,235 Mar 25, 2016 143
Biggest 20th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 542 $44,791 Mar 18, 2016 136
Fastest Movies to Earn $200 Million at the Domestic Box Office 160 $200,006,077 Mar 18, 2016 135
Biggest 19th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 681 $41,979 Mar 11, 2016 129
Biggest 18th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 909 $29,757 Mar 4, 2016 122
Biggest 17th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,183 $23,156 Feb 26, 2016 115
Biggest 16th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 747 $108,423 Feb 19, 2016 108
Biggest 15th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,414 $37,813 Feb 12, 2016 101
Biggest 14th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,353 $67,322 Feb 5, 2016 94
Biggest 13th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,085 $132,751 Jan 29, 2016 87
Biggest 12th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 997 $195,479 Jan 22, 2016 80
Biggest 11th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 861 $291,401 Jan 15, 2016 73
Biggest 10th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 834 $403,519 Jan 8, 2016 66
Biggest 9th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 705 $730,706 Jan 1, 2016 59
Biggest 8th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 888 $887,122 Dec 25, 2015 52
Biggest 7th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 881 $1,433,957 Dec 18, 2015 45
Biggest 6th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 412 $4,045,109 Dec 11, 2015 38
Biggest 5th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 416 $5,523,358 Dec 4, 2015 31
Biggest 4th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 129 $12,887,772 Nov 27, 2015 24
Biggest 3rd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 238 $15,043,729 Nov 20, 2015 17
Fastest Movies to Earn $150 Million at the Domestic Box Office 126 $154,146,608 Nov 20, 2015 17
Biggest 2nd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 119 $33,681,104 Nov 13, 2015 10
Fastest Movies to Earn $100 Million at the Domestic Box Office 107 $105,416,135 Nov 13, 2015 8
Biggest Wednesday at the Domestic Box Office 133 $7,915,302 Nov 11, 2015 6
Biggest Tuesday at the Domestic Box Office 143 $7,321,682 Nov 10, 2015 5
Biggest Monday at the Domestic Box Office 355 $5,316,879 Nov 9, 2015 4
Biggest Sunday at the Domestic Box Office 164 $16,684,763 Nov 8, 2015 3
Biggest November Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 17 $70,403,148 Nov 6, 2015 3
Biggest Opening Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 90 $70,403,148 Nov 6, 2015 3
Biggest Weekends at the Domestic Box Office 104 $70,403,148 Nov 6, 2015 3
Widest Opening Weekend 104 3,929 Nov 6, 2015 3
Biggest Saturday at the Domestic Box Office 106 $26,283,806 Nov 7, 2015 2
Fastest Movies to Earn $50 Million at the Domestic Box Office 80 $53,718,385 Nov 6, 2015 2
Biggest Friday at the Domestic Box Office 86 $27,434,579 Nov 6, 2015 1
Biggest November Day at the Domestic Box Office 36 $27,434,579 Nov 6, 2015 1
Biggest Single Days at the Domestic Box Office 247 $27,434,579 Nov 6, 2015 1

Cast

   James Bond
Christoph Waltz    Oberhauser
Lea Seydoux    Madeleine Swann
Ben Whishaw    Q
Naomi Harris    Eve Moneypenny
Dave Bautista    Mr. Hinx
Monica Bellucci    Lucia Sciarra
Ralph Fiennes    M
Andrew Scott    C
Rory Kinnear    Tanner
Jesper Christensen    Mr. White
Alessandro Cremona    Marco Sciarra
Stephanie Sigman    Estrella
Tenoch Huerta    Mexican Man in Lift
Adriana Paz    Mexican Woman in Lift
Domenico Fortunato    Gallo
Marco Zingaro    Gallo's Accomplice
Stefano Elfi DiClaudia    Gallo's Accomplice
Ian Bonar    Q's Assistant
Tam Williams    Moneypenny's Boyfriend
Richard Banham    Oberhauser's London Helicopter Pilot
Pip Carter    SC019 Police Commander
Simon Lenagan    SC019 Police Officer
Alessandro Bressanello    Priest
Marc Zinga    Moreau
Brigitte Millar    Vogel
Adel Bencherif    Abrika
Gediminas Adomaitis    Oberhauser's Right Hand Man
Peppe Lanzetta    Lorenzo
Francesco Arca    Francesco
Matteo Taranto    Marco
Emilio Aniba    Palazzo Security
Benito Sagredo    Guerra
Dai Tabuchi    Businessman
George Lasha    Businessman
Sargon Yelda    Businessman
Andy Cheung    Businessman
Erick Hayden    Marshall
Oleg Mirochnikov    Valerian
Antonio Salines    Fiat Driver
Miloud Mourad Benamara    Street Sweeper
Gido Schimanski    Chairman
Nigel Barber    Head of Nation
Patrice Naiambana    Head of Nation
Stephane Cornicard    Head of Nation
Gary Fannin    Head of Nation
Sadao Ueda    Head of Nation
Phillip Law    Head of Nation
Wai Wong    Head of Nation
Joseph Balderrama    Head of Nation
Eiji Mihara    Aide
Junichi Kajioka    Aide
Victor Schefe    Clinic Barman
Harald Windisch    Clinic Security Guard
Tristan Matthiae    Clinic Security Guard
Detlef Bothe    Cable Car Heavy
Bodo Friesecke    Cable Car Heavy
Wilhem Iben    Syringe Heavy
Noemi Krausz    Snowboarder
Noah Saavedra    Snowboarder
Francis Attakpah    Snowboarder
Michael Glantschnig    Snowboarder
Marlon Boess    Snowboarder
Marie Wohlmuth    Snowboarder
Lili Epply    Snowboarder
Konstantin Gerlach    Snowboarder
Lara Parmiani Williams    L'Americain Manager
Umit Ulgen    Train Guard
Amra Mallassi    Train Waiter
Ziad Abaza    Train Barman
Walid Mumuni    Oberhauser's Chauffeur
Derek Horsham    Oberhauser's Guard
Nari Blair Mangat    Oberhauser's Guard
Michael White    Oberhauser's Butler
Adam McGrady    Oberhauser's Waiter
Nader Dernaika    Oberhauser's Analyst
Pezhmaan Alinia    Oberhauser's Chief Analyst

Production and Technical Credits

Director   
Producer    Michael G. Wilson
Producer    Barbara Broccoli
Screenwriter    John Logan
Screenwriter    Neil Purvis
Screenwriter    Robert Wade
Screenwriter    Jez Butterworth
Story by    John Logan
Story by    Neal Purvis
Story by    Robert Wade
Executive Producer    Callum McDougall
Director of Photography    Hoyte Van Hoytema
Production Designer    Dennis Gassner
Editor    Lee Smith
Costume Designer    Jany Temime
Composer    Thomas Newman
Co-Producer    Daniel Craig
Co-Producer    Andrew Noakes
Co-Producer    David Pope
Second Unit Director    Alexander Witt
Stunt Coordinator    Gary Powell
Special Effects and Miniature Effects Supervisor    Chris Corbould
Casting Director    Debbie McWilliams
First Assistant Director    Michael Lerman
Second Assistant Director    Ben Dixon
Unit Production Manager    Callum McDougall
Associate Producer    Gregg Wilson
Associate Producer    Jayne-Ann Tenggren
Visual Effects Supervisor    Steve Begg
Unit Production Manager    Angus More Gordon
Unit Production Manager (U.K.)    Janine Modder
Visual Effects Producer    Leslie Lerman
Set Decorator    Anna Pinnock
Supervising Art Director    Chris Lowe
Post-Production Supervisor    Michael Solinger
Associate Editor    John Lee
Supervising Sound Editor    Per Hallberg
Supervising Sound Editor    Karen Baker Landers
Re-recording Mixer    Scott Millan
Re-recording Mixer    Gregg Rudloff
Production Supervisor    Hannah Godwin
Production Supervisor    Kate Garbett
Production Supervisor    Lulu Morgan
Script Supervisor    Jayne-Ann Tenggren
First Assistant Editor    Emma McCleave
Assistant Editor    Jeremy Richardson
Art Director    Neal Callow
Art Director    Ben Collins
Art Director    Dean Clegg
Art Director    Andrew Bennett
Art Director    Mark Harris
Music Editor    Bill Bernstein
Music Editor    Yann McCullough
Music Editor    Peter Clarke

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Spectre

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The Revenant

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Surprise

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Carol

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The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2

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Krampus

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The Good Dinosaur

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The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2

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The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 2

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Mockingjay Part 2

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The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 2

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November 19th, 2015

Spectre

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Love the Coopers

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Spectre

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November 11th, 2015

Love the Coopers

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International Box Office: Spectre Nearly Another Milestone

November 10th, 2015

Spectre

As expected, Spectre remained in first pulling in $117.8 million in 73 markets for totals of $223.1 million internationally and $293.1 million worldwide. This is almost as much as it cost to make, so if it can double this figure, it should be able to break even eventually. The film's biggest market was the U.K. where it added $19.99 million on 696 screens over the weekend for a total of $98.82 million. It has already overtaken Jurassic World for the biggest hit of the year in the U.K. and should have no trouble rocketing into the top five on the all-time chart there. The film's biggest opening was in Germany, where it pulled in $18.06 million on 1,460 screens over the weekend for a total opening of $20.26 million. This is about 15% lower than Skyfall's opening in that market. Likewise, the film wasn't as strong during its debut in Russia earning $6.29 million on 2,112 screens, compared to $8.27 million on 1,254 screens for Skyfall. At this pace, Spectre will definitely fail to match Skyfall, but anything close to $800 million will be enough to break even, perhaps before it reaches the home market. It all depends on how much its global advertising campaign cost. More...

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November 10th, 2015

Spotlight

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Weekend Wrap-Up: Spectre Doesn't Break Records, but Earns More Than Just Peanuts

November 9th, 2015

The Peanuts Movie

It was a good weekend at the box office, but not a great weekend. Both Spectre and The Peanuts Movie opened well enough to be considered hits, but didn't quite reach the high marks I had expected. Call it irrational exuberance. Even though Spectre didn't break the record for the Bond franchise, it still did almost as well as all of the box office did last weekend. Additionally, The Peanuts Movie opened with more than $40 million, which is a great start, while its target audience should help its legs. The overall box office was $162 million, which is 115% more than last weekend. It was also 3.0% more than the same weekend last week, so the slump we've been in is officially over. Year-to-date, 2015 is now ahead of 2014 by a 4.9% margin at $8.89 billion to $8.48 billion. A $415 million lead with less than two months to go seems really safe, especially with a few more potential monster hits on the way. More...

Weekend Estimates: Spectre Misses Record, Peanuts Opens Strong

November 8th, 2015

Spectre

After a great night on Thursday and a very good day on Friday, Spectre has faded a bit over the weekend. After posting $28 million on Friday, the film was down about 4% on Saturday to $26.5 million, and Sony is projecting a weekend total of $73 million. Even that number may be a shade high, and it falls well behind the $80 million that looked on the cards earlier in the weekend, and even further behind Skyfall’s franchise-record $88.4 million opening. While by any measure it’s a great debut, the final number does prompt the question: what went wrong over the weekend? More...

Friday Estimates: Spectre and Peanuts Overperforming

November 7th, 2015

Spectre

While it doesn’t look as though records will be set, Spectre and Peanuts are both giving the box office a much-needed jolt this weekend. With studio estimates for Friday in, Spectre is the clear winner for the weekend, with $28.1 million for the day, including $5.25 million at preview screenings on Thursday. That compares to Skyfall’s $32.7 million Friday with $2.2 million at previews, and suggests an opening weekend around $78 million for the latest entry in the timeless James Bond franchise. More...

Spectre Starts North American Assault with $5.25 Million Thursday Night

November 6th, 2015

Burnt

Bond is, as they say, back. And looking very spritely for a 52-year-old, it has to be said. The latest entry from the world’s most durable franchise launched in North American theaters at 7pm on Thursday with $5.25 million from 3,221 locations, easily a best for the franchise from preview shows, beating the $2.2 million picked up by Skyfall back in 2012. It’s a great start—among the top 50 of all time for Thursday previews—and bodes well for the weekend as a whole; but is it enough to set the film on a path for a franchise-best opening weekend? More...

Weekend Predictions: Will the New Releases do Good, or is There More Grief for the Box Office?

November 5th, 2015

Spectre

I've been working at The Numbers for 13 years. The past two weekends were worst back-to-back weekends that I can recall and the numbers back that up. So thank goodness October is over and November has officially begun and with that, the Holiday Box Office season has begun. There are two potential monster hits opening wide this week: Spectre and The Peanuts Movie. Both are the latest installments of long running franchises. Spectre is the 26th Bond movie (not all of which are part of the official Bond franchise). The Peanuts Movie is based on a comic strip that started officially in the 1950s and has been turned into countless TV cartoons and a handful of TV specials over the years, but it hasn't had a theatrical release for decades. These two films should dominate the market and combined they might earn twice as much as all of the films last weekend earned. There should be huge growth compared to last year, when Big Hero 6 and Interstellar earned just over $100 million combined. We've had a really bad couple of weeks, but things should really turn around this weekend. More...

International Box Office: Spectre has Spectacular Start

November 5th, 2015

Spectre

Spectre opened in first place with $80.4 million during its seven-day opening weekend. That doesn't seem like a huge amount, especially considering some of the opening weekends we've seen on the international stage this year. However, there is a mitigating factor. It was only playing in six markets. This includes the U.K., where the film broke records with $62.82 million in 651 theaters. This is equivalent to a $300 million opening week here, which would be the record for a seven-day box office here. We shouldn't get too ahead of ourselves, as Bond films have a natural affinity for that market. It does mean Spectre has a real shot at a $100 million opening weekend here. More...

Contest: Crisis Management: Winning Announcement

November 5th, 2015

Our Brand is Crisis

The winners of our Crisis Management contest contest were determined and the entrants with the closest predictions for Our Brand is Crisis opening weekend were... More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Box Office is in Crisis Mode

November 2nd, 2015

Our Brand is Crisis

Most people expected the box office to be really weak this past weekend, but I don't think anyone anticipated this. How bad was this past weekend? All three new releases missed the Mendoza line* and there were no new releases in the top five. The overall box office was just $75 million, which was the lowest for the year and the fourth worst weekend in the past decade. This represents a 28% drop-off from last week and a 21% drop-off from the same weekend last year. 2015's overall lead over 2014 shrunk from 5.2% to 4.7%. The overall lead fell by $40 million at $8.69 billion to $8.31 billion. This is reason to panic, or it would be if Spectre wasn't opening on Friday. The film is breaking records in the U.K. and should be an explosive hit here. Hopefully it will do well enough that we can pretend the past two weeks never happened. More...

2015 Preview: November

November 1st, 2015

The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2

October has come to an end and everyone should be happy about that. Except for The Martian, there were no serious hits that opened last month. There were more outright bombs than even midlevel hits. Fortunately, October of last year wasn't spectacular either, so 2015 maintains a healthy lead over 2014. Even more fortunately, November looks fantastic. There are four films that have the potential to earn $200 million or more. The biggest of these is the final Hunger Games movie, which should reach $400 million. Spectre has a real shot at $300 million and could be the biggest hit in the franchise. Meanwhile, nearly every November there's an animated kids movie that becomes a monster hit. This year, The Peanuts Movie and The Good Dinosaur are both aiming for that box office milestone. The last time we didn't have a family film that earned at least $100 million in November was 2011 and that's because there were four family films that opened in the final two weeks of the month and that much competition meant they cannibalized each other. Both of these has a shot at $200 million and if neither of them reached $200 million, I would be shocked. Meanwhile, last November was a good month at the top with three monster hits: The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 1, Big Hero 6, and Interstellar. However, after those three films, there were not much positive to talk about. It really looks like 2015 will match 2014 at the top, plus it could have better depth. I might be a little too optimistic, but I think November is going to be a great month at the box office. More...

Contest: Elementary, My Dear Bond

October 29th, 2015

Spectre opens next week and it should dominate the box office. As such, it is the only real choice for the target film for this week's Box Office Prediction contest. In order to win, one must simply predict the opening weekend box office number for Spectre.

Whoever comes the closest to predicting the film's opening 3-day weekend box office (Friday to Sunday), without going over, will win a copy of Mr. Holmes on DVD, plus a previously reviewed DVD or Blu-ray. Whoever comes the closest to predicting the film's opening 3-day weekend box office (Friday to Sunday), without going under, will win a copy of Mr. Holmes on DVD, plus a previously reviewed DVD or Blu-ray. 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 copy of Mr. Holmes on DVD, plus a previously reviewed DVD or Blu-ray. Entries must be received by 10 a.m., Pacific Time on Friday to be eligible, so don't delay! 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.

Compare this performance with other movies…

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2015/11/06 1 $70,403,148   3,929 $17,919   $70,403,148 3
2015/11/13 1 $33,681,104 -52% 3,929 $8,572   $128,981,285 10
2015/11/20 2 $15,043,729 -55% 3,659 $4,111   $154,146,608 17
2015/11/27 4 $12,887,772 -14% 2,940 $4,384   $176,125,179 24
2015/12/04 5 $5,523,358 -57% 2,840 $1,945   $184,618,701 31
2015/12/11 7 $4,045,109 -27% 2,640 $1,532   $190,812,769 38
2015/12/18 11 $1,433,957 -65% 1,225 $1,171   $193,910,089 45
2015/12/25 21 $887,122 -38% 372 $2,385   $196,268,667 52
2016/01/01 19 $730,706 -18% 331 $2,208   $197,833,291 59
2016/01/08 20 $403,519 -45% 379 $1,065   $198,500,048 66
2016/01/15 25 $291,401 -28% 288 $1,012   $198,951,014 73
2016/01/22 29 $195,479 -33% 217 $901   $199,270,555 80
2016/01/29 38 $132,751 -32% 195 $681   $199,475,816 87
2016/02/05 43 $67,322 -49% 115 $585   $199,591,466 94
2016/02/12 49 $37,813 -44% 47 $805   $199,658,147 101
2016/02/19 37 $108,423 +187% 340 $319   $199,778,275 108
2016/02/26 59 $23,156 -79% 92 $252   $199,847,683 115
2016/03/04 55 $29,757 +29% 63 $472   $199,890,642 122
2016/03/11 51 $41,979 +41% 16 $2,624   $199,948,480 129
2016/03/18 51 $44,791 +7% 9 $4,977   $200,011,902 136
2016/03/25 49 $39,235 -12% 14 $2,803   $200,069,186 143
2016/04/01 76 $4,600 -88% 5 $920   $200,074,175 150

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2015/11/06 1 $27,434,579   3,929 $6,983   $27,434,579 1
2015/11/07 1 $26,283,806 -4% 3,929 $6,690   $53,718,385 2
2015/11/08 1 $16,684,763 -37% 3,929 $4,247   $70,403,148 3
2015/11/09 1 $5,316,879 -68% 3,929 $1,353   $75,720,027 4
2015/11/10 1 $7,321,682 +38% 3,929 $1,863   $83,041,709 5
2015/11/11 1 $7,915,302 +8% 3,929 $2,015   $90,957,011 6
2015/11/12 1 $4,343,170 -45% 3,929 $1,105   $95,300,181 7
2015/11/13 1 $10,115,954 +133% 3,929 $2,575   $105,416,135 8
2015/11/14 1 $15,072,303 +49% 3,929 $3,836   $120,488,438 9
2015/11/15 1 $8,492,847 -44% 3,929 $2,162   $128,981,285 10
2015/11/16 1 $2,430,554 -71% 3,929 $619   $131,411,839 11
2015/11/17 1 $3,247,692 +34% 3,929 $827   $134,659,531 12
2015/11/18 1 $2,383,058 -27% 3,929 $607   $137,042,589 13
2015/11/19 1 $2,060,290 -14% 3,929 $524   $139,102,879 14
2015/11/20 2 $4,272,250 +107% 3,659 $1,168   $143,375,129 15
2015/11/21 2 $6,553,124 +53% 3,659 $1,791   $149,928,253 16
2015/11/22 2 $4,218,355 -36% 3,659 $1,153   $154,146,608 17
2015/11/23 3 $1,569,451 -63% 3,659 $429   $155,716,059 18
2015/11/24 3 $2,185,908 +39% 3,659 $597   $157,901,967 19
2015/11/25 4 $2,658,212 +22% 3,659 $726   $160,560,179 20
2015/11/26 4 $2,677,228 +1% 3,659 $732   $163,237,407 21
2015/11/27 4 $5,255,596 +96% 2,940 $1,788   $168,493,003 22
2015/11/28 4 $5,085,225 -3% 2,940 $1,730   $173,578,228 23
2015/11/29 4 $2,546,951 -50% 2,940 $866   $176,125,179 24
2015/11/30 4 $712,078 -72% 2,940 $242   $176,837,257 25
2015/12/01 4 $894,862 +26% 2,940 $304   $177,732,119 26
2015/12/02 4 $684,100 -24% 2,940 $233   $178,416,219 27
2015/12/03 4 $679,124 -1% 2,940 $231   $179,095,343 28
2015/12/04 5 $1,608,535 +137% 2,840 $566   $180,703,878 29
2015/12/05 5 $2,512,349 +56% 2,840 $885   $183,216,227 30
2015/12/06 5 $1,402,474 -44% 2,840 $494   $184,618,701 31
2015/12/07 6 $474,007 -66% 2,840 $167   $185,092,708 32
2015/12/08 6 $652,350 +38% 2,840 $230   $185,745,058 33
2015/12/09 6 $513,513 -21% 2,840 $181   $186,258,571 34
2015/12/10 6 $509,089 -1% 2,840 $179   $186,767,660 35
2015/12/11 7 $1,117,510 +120% 2,640 $423   $187,885,170 36
2015/12/12 6 $1,851,228 +66% 2,640 $701   $189,736,398 37
2015/12/13 7 $1,076,371 -42% 2,640 $408   $190,812,769 38
2015/12/14 7 $408,698 -62% 2,640 $155   $191,221,467 39
2015/12/15 7 $517,372 +27% 2,640 $196   $191,738,839 40
2015/12/16 7 $441,360 -15% 2,640 $167   $192,180,199 41
2015/12/17 6 $295,933 -33% 2,640 $112   $192,476,132 42
2015/12/18 11 $357,348 +21% 1,225 $292   $192,833,480 43
2015/12/19 11 $613,495 +72% 1,225 $501   $193,446,975 44
2015/12/20 10 $463,114 -25% 1,225 $378   $193,910,089 45
2015/12/21 9 $347,267 -25% 1,225 $283   $194,257,356 46
2015/12/22 9 $417,599 +20% 1,225 $341   $194,674,955 47
2015/12/23 10 $382,959 -8% 1,065 $360   $195,057,914 48
2015/12/24 10 $323,631 -15% 1,065 $304   $195,381,545 49
2015/12/25 - $268,555 -17% 372 $722   $195,650,100 50
2015/12/26 - $338,963 +26% 372 $911   $195,989,063 51
2015/12/27 - $279,604 -18% 372 $752   $196,268,667 52
2015/12/28 - $220,093 -21% 372 $592   $196,488,760 53
2015/12/29 - $215,449 -2% 372 $579   $196,704,209 54
2015/12/30 - $217,025 +1% 372 $583   $196,921,234 55
2015/12/31 - $181,351 -16% 372 $488   $197,102,585 56
2016/01/01 - $277,307 +53% 331 $838   $197,379,892 57
2016/01/02 - $302,175 +9% 331 $913   $197,682,067 58
2016/01/03 - $151,224 -50% 331 $457   $197,833,291 59
2016/01/04 - $69,478 -54% 331 $210   $197,902,769 60
2016/01/05 - $75,848 +9% 331 $229   $197,978,617 61
2016/01/06 - $60,288 -21% 331 $182   $198,038,905 62
2016/01/07 - $57,624 -4% 331 $174   $198,096,529 63
2016/01/08 - $115,665 +101% 379 $305   $198,212,194 64
2016/01/09 - $186,727 +61% 379 $493   $198,398,921 65
2016/01/10 - $101,127 -46% 379 $267   $198,500,048 66
2016/01/11 - $32,596 -68% 379 $86   $198,532,644 67
2016/01/12 - $46,953 +44% 379 $124   $198,579,597 68
2016/01/13 - $40,366 -14% 379 $107   $198,619,963 69
2016/01/14 - $39,650 -2% 379 $105   $198,659,613 70
2016/01/15 - $81,890 +107% 288 $284   $198,741,503 71
2016/01/16 - $122,632 +50% 288 $426   $198,864,135 72
2016/01/17 - $86,879 -29% 288 $302   $198,951,014 73
2016/01/18 - $59,888 -31% 288 $208   $199,010,902 74
2016/01/19 - $33,247 -44% 288 $115   $199,044,149 75
2016/01/20 - $28,315 -15% 288 $98   $199,072,464 76
2016/01/21 - $27,863 -2% 288 $97   $199,100,327 77
2016/01/22 - $52,268 +88% 217 $241   $199,152,595 78
2016/01/23 - $81,603 +56% 217 $376   $199,234,198 79
2016/01/24 - $36,357 -55% 217 $168   $199,270,555 80
2016/01/25 - $14,717 -60% 217 $68   $199,285,272 81
2016/01/26 - $19,406 +32% 217 $89   $199,304,678 82
2016/01/27 - $18,071 -7% 217 $83   $199,322,749 83
2016/01/28 - $20,316 +12% 217 $94   $199,343,065 84
2016/01/29 - $37,692 +86% 195 $193   $199,380,757 85
2016/01/30 - $61,735 +64% 195 $317   $199,442,492 86
2016/01/31 - $33,324 -46% 195 $171   $199,475,816 87
2016/02/01 - $11,004 -67% 195 $56   $199,486,820 88
2016/02/02 - $12,503 +14% 195 $64   $199,499,323 89
2016/02/03 - $11,579 -7% 195 $59   $199,510,902 90
2016/02/04 - $13,242 +14% 195 $68   $199,524,144 91
2016/02/05 - $23,092 +74% 115 $201   $199,547,236 92
2016/02/06 - $34,957 +51% 115 $304   $199,582,193 93
2016/02/07 - $9,273 -73% 115 $81   $199,591,466 94
2016/02/08 - $6,503 -30% 115 $57   $199,597,969 95
2016/02/09 - $7,046 +8% 115 $61   $199,605,015 96
2016/02/10 - $6,627 -6% 115 $58   $199,611,642 97
2016/02/11 - $8,692 +31% 115 $76   $199,620,334 98
2016/02/12 - $10,061 +16% 47 $214   $199,630,395 99
2016/02/13 - $16,677 +66% 47 $355   $199,647,072 100
2016/02/14 - $11,075 -34% 47 $236   $199,658,147 101
2016/02/15 - $4,660 -58% 47 $99   $199,662,807 102
2016/02/16 - $2,506 -46% 47 $53   $199,665,313 103
2016/02/17 - $2,078 -17% 47 $44   $199,667,391 104
2016/02/18 - $2,461 +18% 47 $52   $199,669,852 105
2016/02/19 - $28,155 +1,044% 340 $83   $199,698,007 106
2016/02/20 - $50,721 +80% 340 $149   $199,748,728 107
2016/02/21 - $29,547 -42% 340 $87   $199,778,275 108
2016/02/22 - $10,758 -64% 340 $32   $199,789,033 109
2016/02/23 - $11,989 +11% 340 $35   $199,801,022 110
2016/02/24 - $12,975 +8% 340 $38   $199,813,997 111
2016/02/25 - $10,530 -19% 340 $31   $199,824,527 112
2016/02/26 - $6,769 -36% 92 $74   $199,831,296 113
2016/02/27 - $10,319 +52% 92 $112   $199,841,615 114
2016/02/28 - $6,068 -41% 92 $66   $199,847,683 115
2016/02/29 - $3,337 -45% 92 $36   $199,851,020 116
2016/03/01 - $3,612 +8% 92 $39   $199,854,632 117
2016/03/02 - $3,271 -9% 92 $36   $199,857,903 118
2016/03/03 - $2,982 -9% 92 $32   $199,860,885 119
2016/03/04 - $8,314 +179% 63 $132   $199,869,199 120
2016/03/05 - $12,804 +54% 63 $203   $199,882,003 121
2016/03/06 - $8,639 -33% 63 $137   $199,890,642 122
2016/03/07 - $3,774 -56% 63 $60   $199,894,416 123
2016/03/08 - $4,084 +8% 63 $65   $199,898,500 124
2016/03/09 - $3,725 -9% 63 $59   $199,902,225 125
2016/03/10 - $4,276 +15% 63 $68   $199,906,501 126
2016/03/11 - $14,496 +239% 16 $906   $199,920,997 127
2016/03/12 - $20,250 +40% 16 $1,266   $199,941,247 128
2016/03/13 - $7,233 -64% 16 $452   $199,948,480 129
2016/03/14 - $4,797 -34% 16 $300   $199,953,277 130
2016/03/15 - $5,849 +22% 16 $366   $199,959,126 131
2016/03/16 - $6,109 +4% 16 $382   $199,965,235 132
2016/03/17 - $1,876 -69% 16 $117   $199,967,111 133
2016/03/18 - $16,192 +763% 9 $1,799   $199,983,303 134
2016/03/19 - $22,774 +41% 9 $2,530   $200,006,077 135
2016/03/20 - $5,825 -74% 9 $647   $200,011,902 136
2016/03/21 - $2,458 -58% 9 $273   $200,014,360 137
2016/03/22 - $5,397 +120% 9 $600   $200,019,757 138
2016/03/23 - $3,673 -32% 9 $408   $200,023,430 139
2016/03/24 - $6,521 +78% 9 $725   $200,029,951 140
2016/03/25 - $13,333 +104% 14 $952   $200,043,284 141
2016/03/26 - $21,198 +59% 14 $1,514   $200,064,482 142
2016/03/27 - $4,704 -78% 14 $336   $200,069,186 143
2016/04/03 - $4,600   5 $920   $200,074,175 150

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2015/11/06 1 $95,300,181   3,929 $24,256   $95,300,181 7
2015/11/13 1 $43,802,698 -54% 3,929 $11,149   $139,102,879 14
2015/11/20 2 $24,134,528 -45% 3,659 $6,596   $163,237,407 21
2015/11/27 4 $15,857,936 -34% 2,940 $5,394   $179,095,343 28
2015/12/04 5 $7,672,317 -52% 2,840 $2,702   $186,767,660 35
2015/12/11 7 $5,708,472 -26% 2,640 $2,162   $192,476,132 42
2015/12/18 12 $2,905,413 -49% 1,065 $2,728   $195,381,545 49
2015/12/25 20 $1,721,040 -41% 372 $4,626   $197,102,585 56
2016/01/01 18 $993,944 -42% 331 $3,003   $198,096,529 63
2016/01/08 19 $563,084 -43% 379 $1,486   $198,659,613 70
2016/01/15 25 $440,714 -22% 288 $1,530   $199,100,327 77
2016/01/22 31 $242,738 -45% 217 $1,119   $199,343,065 84
2016/01/29 38 $181,079 -25% 195 $929   $199,524,144 91
2016/02/05 43 $96,190 -47% 115 $836   $199,620,334 98
2016/02/12 51 $49,518 -49% 47 $1,054   $199,669,852 105
2016/02/19 38 $154,675 +212% 340 $455   $199,824,527 112
2016/02/26 56 $36,358 -76% 92 $395   $199,860,885 119
2016/03/04 53 $45,616 +25% 63 $724   $199,906,501 126
2016/03/11 54 $60,610 +33% 16 $3,788   $199,967,111 133
2016/03/18 53 $62,840 +4% 9 $6,982   $200,029,951 140
2016/03/25 56 $39,624 -37% 14 $2,830   $200,069,575 147

Box Office Summary Per Territory

Territory Release
Date
Opening
Weekend
Opening
Weekend
Theaters
Maximum
Theaters
Theatrical
Engagements
Total
Box Office
Report
Date
Argentina 11/5/2015 $740,110 75 75 305 $2,242,749 1/13/2016
Aruba 11/5/2015 $24,239 7 7 20 $75,931 12/16/2015
Australia 11/13/2015 $8,056,693 618 618 3342 $24,093,908 6/9/2016
Austria 11/6/2015 $2,088,693 126 126 954 $8,141,137 6/9/2016
Belgium 11/4/2015 $2,343,319 136 136 1015 $7,899,617 6/9/2016
Bolivia 11/12/2015 $83,202 29 29 65 $242,051 12/21/2015
Brazil 11/5/2015 $2,893,318 495 641 2093 $8,266,418 6/9/2016
Bulgaria 11/6/2015 $188,398 70 70 273 $688,464 1/13/2016
Cambodia 11/13/2015 $43,959 16 16 19 $90,628 12/8/2015
Central America 11/5/2015 $683,621 199 199 538 $1,765,400 12/16/2015
Chile 11/5/2015 $333,412 59 59 208 $970,358 1/20/2016
China 11/13/2015 $48,110,000 0 232 232 $84,733,712 12/16/2015
Colombia 11/5/2015 $705,386 288 288 745 $1,926,524 12/21/2015
Croatia 11/5/2015 $333,839 68 68 257 $1,014,459 1/26/2016
Curacao 11/5/2015 $25,382 4 4 19 $87,333 12/21/2015
Czech Republic 11/5/2015 $835,439 140 140 424 $2,302,070 12/21/2015
Denmark 10/30/2015 $3,054,050 118 120 456 $14,160,688 6/9/2016
Dominican Republic 11/5/2015 $87,263 51 56 120 $443,966 1/20/2016
Ecuador 11/13/2015 $295,922 96 96 263 $790,731 12/16/2015
Egypt 11/6/2015 $48,016 1 1 5 $265,084 12/8/2015
Estonia 11/6/2015 $208,855 16 17 81 $633,467 9/5/2016
Finland 10/30/2015 $1,744,367 170 170 1217 $8,866,223 6/9/2016
France 11/11/2015 $13,018,398 902 902 5858 $39,509,520 6/9/2016
Germany 11/5/2015 $18,057,092 1460 1473 9985 $72,716,672 6/9/2016
Ghana 11/6/2015 $15,024 3 3 14 $61,329 1/26/2016
Greece 11/12/2015 $1,232,933 197 197 637 $3,700,102 6/9/2016
Hong Kong 11/5/2015 $2,426,587 152 152 495 $5,631,130 9/5/2016
Hungary 11/5/2015 $481,743 72 72 144 $1,238,356 12/16/2015
Iceland 11/6/2015 $0 0 3 4 $481,455 12/29/2015
India 11/20/2015 $4,358,851 1250 1250 2324 $8,350,274 6/9/2016
Indonesia 11/6/2015 $3,022,774 727 727 2123 $7,839,688 12/21/2015
Iraq 11/6/2015 $48,613 4 4 25 $212,577 1/13/2016
Israel 11/5/2015 $756,309 39 39 259 $2,732,288 1/5/2016
Italy 11/5/2015 $5,387,524 698 698 1738 $13,745,496 6/9/2016
Jamaica 11/4/2015 $98,287 6 6 29 $280,675 12/21/2015
Japan 12/4/2015 $2,954,207 593 593 2924 $24,231,096 6/9/2016
Kenya 11/6/2015 $108,543 15 15 62 $392,064 12/29/2015
Kuwait 11/6/2015 $3,706 1 11 23 $1,144,850 12/16/2015
Latvia 11/6/2015 $171,831 13 13 65 $487,526 2/2/2016
Lebanon 11/6/2015 $119,617 6 6 47 $1,090,642 1/13/2016
Lithuania 11/6/2015 $153,367 15 72 120 $399,987 12/21/2015
Malaysia 11/5/2015 $2,346,660 568 568 1384 $5,361,057 6/9/2016
Mexico 11/5/2015 $4,432,402 0 1719 2531 $11,604,067 6/9/2016
Mongolia 11/13/2015 $26,325 5 5 24 $72,549 12/21/2015
Netherlands 10/29/2015 $3,381,360 138 149 1851 $22,274,694 6/9/2016
New Zealand 11/13/2015 $1,195,857 142 142 788 $3,958,676 6/9/2016
Nigeria 11/6/2015 $118,407 20 21 126 $477,173 1/20/2016
Oman 11/6/2015 $33,298 4 4 12 $97,287 12/1/2015
Pakistan 11/6/2015 $257,517 64 64 64 $257,517 11/10/2015
Peru 11/5/2015 $383,979 152 152 305 $927,412 12/16/2015
Philippines 11/6/2015 $1,388,286 292 292 640 $3,202,807 12/8/2015
Portugal 11/5/2015 $879,938 80 80 480 $2,920,937 6/9/2016
Romania 10/6/2015 $0 0 117 296 $1,368,180 12/3/2015
Russia (CIS) 11/6/2015 $6,380,354 2112 2112 6187 $13,346,828 1/20/2016
Serbia and Montenegro 11/5/2015 $111,199 27 28 131 $431,644 1/26/2016
Singapore 11/5/2015 $1,764,844 116 116 353 $4,598,137 6/9/2016
Slovakia 11/5/2015 $400,592 72 72 170 $850,506 12/8/2015
Slovenia 11/5/2015 $200,229 24 24 140 $536,684 6/9/2016
South Africa 11/27/2015 $575,259 106 111 706 $2,837,909 6/9/2016
South Korea 10/30/2015 $2,809 1 1105 1996 $12,362,649 9/5/2016
Spain 11/6/2015 $3,047,521 712 712 2868 $8,090,537 6/9/2016
Suriname 11/5/2015 $7,397 1 1 5 $26,927 12/21/2015
Sweden 10/30/2015 $2,815,877 263 263 688 $13,195,190 6/9/2016
Switzerland 11/5/2015 $3,464,537 188 243 1405 $16,515,870 6/9/2016
Taiwan 11/5/2015 $1,936,228 255 255 758 $5,666,876 12/21/2015
Thailand 11/5/2015 $1,615,065 324 324 779 $4,364,330 12/21/2015
Trinidad 11/4/2015 $203,271 22 22 100 $564,809 12/21/2015
Turkey 11/6/2015 $960,957 505 505 1585 $2,864,479 12/29/2015
Ukraine 11/6/2015 $631,369 272 272 882 $1,507,671 12/16/2015
United Arab Emirates 11/6/2015 $1,605,187 44 44 227 $6,071,085 1/26/2016
United Kingdom 10/26/2015 $63,782,378 651 660 4985 $124,347,945 8/24/2016
Uruguay 11/12/2015 $41,701 23 23 55 $138,455 1/5/2016
Venezuela 11/6/2015 $994,915 75 75 281 $4,765,612 1/26/2016
Vietnam 11/6/2015 $772,940 225 225 244 $2,015,288 12/16/2015
 
Rest of World $47,978,316
 
International Total$679,546,748 9/5/2016

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
2/14/20161410,738 410,738$6,156,963$6,156,9634
2/21/20162125,159-70% 535,897$1,876,133$8,033,0965
2/28/2016650,902-59% 586,799$767,093$8,800,1896
3/6/2016729,346-42% 616,145$456,624$9,256,8137
3/13/2016641,357+41% 657,502$413,570$9,670,3838
3/20/20161433,111-20% 690,613$330,779$10,001,1629
3/27/20162321,408-35% 712,021$220,074$10,221,23610
4/17/2016198,040 738,166$120,922$10,617,64813
4/24/20162310,649+32% 748,815$168,787$10,786,43414

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
2/14/20161810,362 810,362$15,964,131$15,964,1314
2/21/20161162,107-80% 972,469$2,916,305$18,880,4365
2/28/2016257,461-65% 1,029,930$1,042,351$19,922,7876
3/6/2016531,109-46% 1,061,039$618,767$20,541,5547
3/13/2016625,108-19% 1,086,147$467,264$21,008,8188
3/20/2016826,531+6% 1,112,678$397,693$21,406,5119
3/27/20161038,814+46% 1,151,492$520,107$21,926,61810
4/3/20161119,779-49% 1,171,271$388,068$22,314,68611
4/10/2016816,479-17% 1,187,750$325,618$22,640,30412
5/8/20161013,567 1,219,368$193,188$23,119,20416

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