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Steve Jobs (2015)

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Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $17,766,658Details
International Box Office $17,636,850Details
Worldwide Box Office $35,403,508
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $1,160,889 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $1,421,207 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $2,582,096
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  7. Cast & Crew
  8. Trailer

Synopsis

Set backstage in the minutes before three iconic product launches spanning Jobs’ career—beginning with the Macintosh in 1984, and ending with the unveiling of the iMac in 1998—this film takes us behind the scenes of the digital revolution to paint a portrait of the brilliant man at its epicenter.

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics Certified FreshAudience Upright
Critics
86% - Certified Fresh
Audience
73% - Upright

Latest Ranking on Cumulative Box Office Lists


Movie Details

Production Budget:$30,000,000
Domestic Releases: October 9th, 2015 (Limited) by Universal
October 23rd, 2015 (Expands Wide) by Universal
International Releases: November 12th, 2015 (Wide) (Austria)
November 12th, 2015 (Wide) (Czech Republic)
November 12th, 2015 (Wide) (Germany)
November 12th, 2015 (Wide) (Iraq)
November 12th, 2015 (Wide) (Israel)
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Video Release: February 2nd, 2016 by Universal Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: R for language.
(Rating bulletin 2387, 8/19/2015)
Running Time: 121 minutes
Comparisons: vs. American Sniper
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Keywords: Biography
Source:Based on Factual Book/Article
Genre:Drama
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Dramatization
Production Companies: Scott Rudin, Entertainment 360, The Mark Gordon Company, Decibel Films, Cloud Eight
Production Countries: United States

Ranking on other Records and Milestones

RecordRankRevenueChart
Date
Days In
Release
Biggest 9th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 3,427 $28,365 Dec 4, 2015 59
Biggest 8th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 3,378 $50,820 Nov 27, 2015 52
Biggest 7th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 3,385 $84,420 Nov 20, 2015 45
Biggest 6th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 2,426 $399,520 Nov 13, 2015 38
Biggest 5th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 2,477 $797,795 Nov 6, 2015 31
Biggest 4th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,710 $2,691,360 Oct 30, 2015 24
Biggest 3rd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 934 $7,105,735 Oct 23, 2015 17
Biggest 2nd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 3,864 $1,512,693 Oct 16, 2015 10
Biggest Opening Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 4,869 $521,522 Oct 9, 2015 3

Cast

   Steve Jobs
Kate Winslet    Joanna Hoffman
Seth Rogen    Steve Wozniak
Jeff Daniels    John Sculley
Michael Stuhlbarg    Andy Hertzfeld
Katherine Waterston    Chrisann Brennan
Sarah Snook    Andrea "Andy" Cunningham
Perla Haney-Jardine    Lisa Brennan 19 Years Old
Ripley Sobo    Lisa Brennan 9 Years Old
Makenzie Moss    Lisa Brennan 5 Years Old
Adam Shapiro    Avie Tevanian
John Ortiz    Joel Pforzheimer
John Steen    Mike Markkula
Stan Roth    George Coates
Mihran Shlougian    Jandali
Robert Anthony Peters    Engineer with Diskette
Noreen Lee    Airline Concierge
Gail Fenton    Stage Manager (NeXT)
Karen Kahn    Stage Manager (NeXT)
Rachel Caproni    Stage Manager (NeXT)
Lily Tung Crystal    Woman on P.A. (NeXT)
Damara Reilly    Woman on P.A. (iMAC)
Marika Casteel    Woman on P.A. (iMAC)
Dylan Freitas-D'Louhy    Straggler
Chris Tomasso    Straggler
John Chovanec    VIP
Daniel Liddle    VIP
Lora Oliver    Andrea's Assistant
Anita Bennett    News Anchor
Greg Mills    News Anchor
Melissa Etezadi    News Anchor
Rick Chambers    News Anchor
Sara Welch    News Anchor
Emmett Miller    News Anchor
Marc Istook    News Anchor
Carlo Cecchetto    News Anchor
Kristina Guerrero    News Anchor
Bill Seward    News Anchor
Mark Mester    News Anchor
Derrin Horton    News Anchor

Production and Technical Credits

Director   
Screenwriter    Aaron Sorkin
Story Creator    Walter Isaacson
Producer    Scott Rudin
Producer    Christian Colson
Producer    Mark Gordon
Producer    Guymon Casady
Producer    Danny Boyle
Executive Producer    Bernard Bellew
Executive Producer    Bryan Zuriff
Executive Producer    Eli Bush
Production Designer    Guy Hendrix Dyas
Editor    Elliot Graham
Composer    Daniel Pemberton
Director of Photography    Alwin Kuchler
Costume Designer    Suttirat Anne Larlarb
Casting Director    Francine Maisler
Unit Production Manager    Kathleen Courtney
Unit Production Manager    Bernard Bellew
First Assistant Director    Donald Murphy
Second Assistant Director    Pete Dress
Make-up and Hair Designer    Ivana Primorac
Sound Mixer    Lisa Pinero
Visual Effects Supervisor    Adam Gascoyne
Post-Production Supervisor    Tania Blunden
Co-Producer    Jason Sack
Sound Designer    Glenn Freemantle
Supervising Sound Editor    Glenn Freemantle
Associate Producer    Lauren Lohman
Supervising Art Director    Luke Freeborn
Art Director    Peter Borck
Set Designer    Douglas Pierce
Set Designer    Christopher Nushawg
Set Designer    Mark Hitchler
Art Department Coordinator    Kelli Lundy
Set Decorator    Gene Serdena
First Assistant Editor    Emily Streetz
First Assistant Editor    Josh Lee
First Assistant Editor    Andy Jadavji
First Assistant Editor    Ian Cunningham
Assistant Editor    Luke Clare
Second Assistant Editor    Nathan Summerfield
Costume Supervisor    Leslie Weir
Make up    Gretchen Davis Motroni
Hairstylist    Yvette Rivas
Script Supervisor    Rebecca Robertson
Supervising Dialogue Editor    Gillian Dodders
Dialogue Editor    James Wichall
Sound Effects Editor    Danny Freemantle
Sound Effects Editor    Dillon Bennett
Re-recording Mixer    Ian Tapp
Re-recording Mixer    Niv Adiri
Music Editor    Rael Jones
Music Editor    Joe Rubel
Music Editor    Laurence Love Greed
Visual Effects Producer    Tim Caplan

2015 Awards Season: Oscar Preview

February 28th, 2016

The Revenant

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

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

2015 Awards Season: Oscar Highlight: Best Lead Actor

February 26th, 2016

The Revenant

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. If Leonardo DiCaprio doesn't win, there will be rioting in the streets. More...

2015 Awards Season: Oscar Highlight: Best Supporting Actress

February 24th, 2016

The Danish Girl

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. This year, Best Supporting Actress is a two-horse race, making it one of the more competitive categories of the ones we are going to look at. More...

Home Market Releases for February 16th, 2016

February 15th, 2016

The Kid

There's no major release this week. I was tempted to give Spectre the Pick of the Week honor, but the screener arrived too late to get the review done over the weekend. None of the big releases are worth the Pick of the Week title. There are a number of smaller releases that are worth considering for Pick of the Week, including The Kid, which tops the list.

On a side note, this week's list is a little shorter than I would have liked, because the people who run Amazon are morons. They've changed the New Releases page, again, making it even harder to find a list of new releases for the week. Additionally, there are some films, like Black Mass, that weren't on the list of releases for this week before the changes were made. I understand why physical stores reorganize every once and a while, because if people have to walk to the store to find something, they are more likely to buy something else on a whim. However, these people physically walked to the store, so if they don't buy what they came for, it will be a wasted effort. On the other hand, people go to Amazon by clicking a button. Making it harder to find new releases for that week won't make it more likely they will buy something else. It means they are more likely to not buy anything at all. More...

2015 - Awards Season: BAFTA - Winners - Revenant and Mad Max Lead the Way

February 15th, 2016

The Revenant

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

2015 Awards Season: Oscars - Nominations

January 15th, 2016

The Revenant

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

2015 - Awards Season: Golden Globes - Winners

January 11th, 2016

The Revenant

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

2015 - Awards Season: BAFTA - Nominations

January 9th, 2016

Bridge of Spies

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

2015 - Awards Season: WGA - Nominations

January 6th, 2016

Spotlight

The Writers Guild of America nominees were announced and there are only a few surprises here. Additionally, one of these three races seems too close to call at this point. More...

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

December 29th, 2015

Star Wars: The Revenant

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

Limited and VOD Releases: Eight Reasons to Love Limited Releases

December 25th, 2015

The Hateful Eight

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

Per Theater Chart: The Big Short was Nearly the Biggest

December 15th, 2015

The Big Short

We have a new champion on top of the per theater chart this week, as The Big Short earned one of the best limited release openings of the year. Its average of $88,191 was behind only Steve Jobs for the year and Steve Jobs opened in half as many theaters as The Big Short, 8 to 4. Carol remained strong in second place with an average of $21,105 in 16 theaters. Thankfully it is expanding, but I'm worried the studio waited too long and it won't reach its potential. Yellow Day opened with an average of $13,130 in two theaters. The Danish Girl rounded out the $10,000 club with an average of $10,964 in 24 theaters. By this time next week, it could be over $1 million in total. More...

2015 - Awards Season: Golden Globes - Nominations

December 10th, 2015

Carol

The Golden Globes nominations were announced this morning and we are already beginning to see a trend for this year's Awards Season. For the most part, the same films are coming up over and over again. Carol led the way with five awards, while there was a three-way tie for second place with The Big Short, The Revenant and Steve Jobs each picking up four. More...

2015 Awards Season: SAG Nominations

December 9th, 2015

Trumbo

The Screen Actors Guild nominations were announced today and there are at least a few surprises to talk about. Trumbo led the way with three nominations, but there were six films with two nods apiece. Six!

More...

Per Theater Chart: Spotlight Shines Bright

November 10th, 2015

Spotlight

It was a busy week on the per theater chart with seven films in the $10,000 club. Spotlight led the way with an average of $59,002 in five theaters. This is the fourth best opening weekend average of 2015, just ahead of While We're Young and just behind Ex Machina. Brooklyn was next with an average of $37,456, also in five theaters. It opened on Wednesday, so its weekend average was a little lower than it otherwise would have been. The overall number one film, Spectre, was third with an average of $17,919. In Jackson Heights was on the opposite end of the scale playing in just one theater. It did well with an opening of $15,150. Trumbo was very close behind with an average of $14,835 in five theaters. Its reviews suggest it won't expand significantly, but this is a great start. The second wide release of the week was The Peanuts Movie, which opened with an average of $11,345. The final film in the $10,000 club was Peggy Guggenheim - Art Addict, which earned an average of $11,129 in two theaters. 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...

Per Theater Chart: Suffragette Voted Top Film on Per Theater Chart

October 27th, 2015

Suffragette

Suffragette started its potential Oscar-run earning first place on the per theater chart with an average of $19,056 in four theaters. That suggests room to grow, but perhaps not enough to expand truly wide. It will need to last in theaters long enough for Awards Season nominations to be announced and if it can do well then, it will boost its box office chances. Heart of a Dog was next with an opening of $13,893 in one theater. Room was the only holdover in the $10,000 club earning an average of $10,856 in 23 theaters. It will earn some measure of mainstream success, but unless Brie Larson earns some major Awards Season nominations, it won't expand truly wide. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: New Releases were Hunted Down

October 26th, 2015

The Last Witch Hunter

Most of the new releases were not expected to do well at the box office. ... Almost no one saw this coming. We had some near-record bombs this weekend and even the best of the new releases were terrible. This left The Martian in first place; in fact, the top three spots and four of the top five were held by holdovers. The best new release, The Last Witch Hunter, barely cracked the $10 million mark. The overall box office fell 14% from last weekend to $105 million. This was also 9.5% lower than the same weekend last year. Midweek numbers were better this year than last year, so the year-over-year actually improved and 2015 now has a 5.2% lead over 2014 at $8.60 billion to $8.18 billion. More...

Weekend Estimates: Martian Avoids the Wreckage

October 25th, 2015

The Martian

Dismal is about the politest word that can be applied to the box office performance of new releases this weekend. None of the five films new in wide release managed to make the top three on the chart, and two of them didn’t even crack the top ten. That leaves The Martian and Goosebumps to battle it out for first place, and a fourth-week decline of just 25% for The Martian looks virtually certain to give it the win. Fox projects it will make $15.9 million for a total by the end of the weekend of $166 million or so. Its performance to date falls neatly between that of Interstellar and Gravity, which puts the sci-fi adventure on course for a final domestic box office of $230 million (see full comps here). More...

Friday Estimates: Rock Bottom

October 24th, 2015

Rock the Kasbah

Where to start? There are so many new releases to talk about and none of them did well. Some did so poorly that talking about them seems mean. So, let’s start by saying that Friday’s box office chart was led by The Martian, while Goosebumps has a shot at repeating on top of the chart, with each film earning about $14 million to $15 million. Meanwhile, Bridge of Spies should earn third place over the weekend with between $11 million and $12 million. More...

Weekend Predictions: Moviegoers Should be Scared to See a New Release this Weekend

October 22nd, 2015

Jem and the Holograms

The box office prediction contests for the past few weeks have had a horror / "horror" theme. That is to say, two people won horror movies and the third won movies that were so bad it is scary they exist. There are four new releases this weekend and they all epitomize the latter. Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension has a review embargo, which is never a good sign, while the other three wide releases are all earning less than 20% positive reviews. Does that mean there's nothing worth seeing this week? Nope. Fortunately, Steve Jobs is expanding wide and should earn first place at the box office. It is the only film on this week's list with a shot at $20 million. This weekend last year, Ouija nearly reached $20 million and five other films earned $10 million. I don't think we will match that this year. It could be close and any gain or loss in the year-over-year comparison should be in single digits, so there's no reason to be overly concerned. More...

Per Theater Chart: Very Little Room at the Top

October 21st, 2015

Room

Room was in a close race for top spot on the per theater with last week's winner, but it came out on top with an average of $29,575 in four theaters. Steve Jobs was right behind with an average of $25,212 in 60. This film is going to expand wide this weekend and could lead the weekend. The Assassin earned an average of $11,973 in four theaters, which is strong for a foreign-language film. Meanwhile, Truth was right behind with an average of $11,039 in six. More...

Weekend Estimates: Goosebumps Set to Win Tight Race

October 18th, 2015

Goosebumps

A slightly-softer-than-expected (but still good) opening for Goosebumps will be enough to take the film to the top of the box office chart this weekend, according to studio projections released on Sunday morning. Sony expects the family horror adventure to come in with $23.5 million on opening weekend, which is a solid enough start, and sets the film up for a good run, helped by strong reviews and Halloween coming up in a couple of weeks. The Martian will land in second with a projected $21.5 million as of this morning, a slightly steeper-than-expected 42% decline from last weekend, and a total to date around $144 million. In general, we’re looking at quite a few steep drops from last weekend thanks to an unfavorable comparison with the Columbus Day long weekend and a batch of new releases. More...

Contest: On the Hunt

October 16th, 2015

The Last Witch Hunter

Next weekend is a bit of a mess when it comes to the wide releases. Steve Jobs is expected to win, but it is currently in limited release and we don't like using these films as the target film. Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension was expected to come in second place, but Paramount Pictures' plan for an early VOD release has caused some theater owners to not book the film. This leaves Jem and the Holograms and The Last Witch Hunter as the possible choices for the target film in this week's box office prediction contest. As such, The Last Witch Hunter is the only 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 The Last Witch Hunter.

Whoever comes the closest to predicting the film's opening 3-day weekend box office (Friday to Sunday), without going over, will win a Frankenprize consisting of two previously reviewed DVDs or Blu-rays. Whoever comes the closest to predicting the film's opening 3-day weekend box office (Friday to Sunday), without going under, will win a Frankenprize consisting of two previously reviewed DVDs or Blu-rays. Finally, we will be choosing an entrant from the group of people who haven't won, or haven't won recently, and they will also win a Frankenprize consisting of two previously reviewed DVDs or Blu-rays. There is a difference this time. Two people will earn Frankenprizes consisting of two horror movies. The other winner will earn a Frankprize consisting of two "horror" movies, that is to say movies so bad that it will fill you with horror. We are going to do this again next week, and maybe even during Christmas, with two presents and a lump of coal. We might do this regularly for as long as I have bad movies to give away. Entries must be received by 10 a.m., Pacific Time on Friday to be eligible, so don't delay! More...

Per Theater Chart: Jobs Earns a Raise

October 13th, 2015

Steve Jobs

Steve Jobs was expected to be a hit in limited release, but not this big of a hit. The film scored more than $500,000 in just four theaters for an average of $130,381, which is the best per theater average for a film released in 2015. In fact, it is nearly double the previous best, Sicario. The second best average of the week was $16,543, which was earned by Goodbye Mr. Loser in 22 theaters. More...

Weekend Estimates: Martian, Jobs Red Hot; Pan Fried

October 11th, 2015

The Martian

As expected, The Martian will easily win a second straight weekend at the box office, with Fox predicting the film will fall just 32% from its opening to $37 million, for a running total of $108.7 million. That keeps it tracking just a little behind Gravity, which fell 23% in its second weekend, and ahead of Interstellar (down 40%, second time around) and Prometheus (59% down). Comparing all four movies, The Martian looks set to move easily past $200 million, and perhaps settle around $225 million, unless it tops that number thanks to a re-release around Oscar time. More...

Limited and VOD Releases: Steve Jobs and Killer Frogs

October 9th, 2015

Yakuza Apocalypse

This is not a particularly deep week for limited releases. Steve Jobs is the only film that has a significant chance of earning some measure of mainstream success. In fact, its reviews and buzz suggest it could be a player during Awards Season. On the other hand, The Forbidden Room, Victoria, and Yakuza Apocalypse are more interesting in my mind. More...

2015 Preview: October

October 1st, 2015

The Martian

September ended on a record note with the debut of Hotel Transylvania 2. Additionally, there was great depth and 2015's lead over 2014 grew to nearly $500 million. How do things look going forward? The month starts out with The Martian, which should have no trouble becoming the biggest hit of the month and might even top $200 million. On the other hand, no other film is expected to get to $100 million. There's only one or two that will even come close. Fortunately, last October was very similar with one $100 million hit, Gone Girl, while two other films came close, Annabelle and Fury. It looks like it will be up to the depth films from both years to determine which year comes out on top. More...

Compare this performance with other movies…

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2015/10/09 16 $521,522   4 $130,381   $521,522 3
2015/10/16 11 $1,512,693 +190% 60 $25,212   $2,223,174 10
2015/10/23 7 $7,105,735 +370% 2,493 $2,850   $9,818,543 17
2015/10/30 10 $2,691,360 -62% 2,493 $1,080   $14,652,043 24
2015/11/06 15 $797,795 -70% 421 $1,895   $16,658,868 31
2015/11/13 23 $399,520 -50% 326 $1,226   $17,380,253 38
2015/11/20 33 $84,420 -79% 126 $670   $17,614,323 45
2015/11/27 38 $50,820 -40% 66 $770   $17,703,103 52
2015/12/04 44 $28,365 -44% 52 $545   $17,750,583 59

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2015/10/09 15 $174,496   4 $43,624   $174,496 1
2015/10/10 15 $187,266 +7% 4 $46,817   $361,762 2
2015/10/11 15 $159,760 -15% 4 $39,940   $521,522 3
2015/10/12 15 $67,991 -57% 4 $16,998   $589,513 4
2015/10/13 - $38,531 -43% 4 $9,633   $628,044 5
2015/10/14 15 $45,311 +18% 4 $11,328   $673,355 6
2015/10/15 - $37,126 -18% 4 $9,282   $710,481 7
2015/10/16 11 $528,056 +1,322% 60 $8,801   $1,238,537 8
2015/10/17 11 $597,332 +13% 60 $9,956   $1,835,869 9
2015/10/18 11 $387,305 -35% 60 $6,455   $2,223,174 10
2015/10/19 13 $115,673 -70% 60 $1,928   $2,338,847 11
2015/10/20 14 $134,705 +16% 60 $2,245   $2,473,552 12
2015/10/21 12 $127,768 -5% 60 $2,129   $2,601,320 13
2015/10/22 11 $111,488 -13% 60 $1,858   $2,712,808 14
2015/10/23 6 $2,456,290 +2,103% 2,493 $985   $5,169,098 15
2015/10/24 7 $2,979,135 +21% 2,493 $1,195   $8,148,233 16
2015/10/25 7 $1,670,310 -44% 2,493 $670   $9,818,543 17
2015/10/26 5 $534,755 -68% 2,493 $215   $10,353,298 18
2015/10/27 5 $673,220 +26% 2,493 $270   $11,026,518 19
2015/10/28 5 $486,125 -28% 2,493 $195   $11,512,643 20
2015/10/29 7 $448,040 -8% 2,493 $180   $11,960,683 21
2015/10/30 10 $847,340 +89% 2,493 $340   $12,808,023 22
2015/10/31 11 $1,021,780 +21% 2,493 $410   $13,829,803 23
2015/11/01 8 $822,240 -20% 2,493 $330   $14,652,043 24
2015/11/02 8 $286,695 -65% 2,493 $115   $14,938,738 25
2015/11/03 8 $386,315 +35% 2,493 $155   $15,325,053 26
2015/11/04 6 $286,695 -26% 2,493 $115   $15,611,748 27
2015/11/05 7 $249,325 -13% 2,493 $100   $15,861,073 28
2015/11/06 15 $225,235 -10% 421 $535   $16,086,308 29
2015/11/07 15 $376,795 +67% 421 $895   $16,463,103 30
2015/11/08 - $195,765 -48% 421 $465   $16,658,868 31
2015/11/09 - $63,150 -68% 421 $150   $16,722,018 32
2015/11/10 - $82,110 +30% 421 $195   $16,804,128 33
2015/11/11 - $111,380 +36% 421 $265   $16,915,508 34
2015/11/12 - $65,225 -41% 421 $155   $16,980,733 35
2015/11/13 - $110,750 +70% 326 $340   $17,091,483 36
2015/11/14 - $189,220 +71% 326 $580   $17,280,703 37
2015/11/15 - $99,550 -47% 326 $305   $17,380,253 38
2015/11/16 - $35,840 -64% 326 $110   $17,416,093 39
2015/11/17 - $47,110 +31% 326 $145   $17,463,203 40
2015/11/18 - $37,380 -21% 326 $115   $17,500,583 41
2015/11/19 - $29,320 -22% 326 $90   $17,529,903 42
2015/11/20 - $22,680 -23% 126 $180   $17,552,583 43
2015/11/21 - $37,800 +67% 126 $300   $17,590,383 44
2015/11/22 - $23,940 -37% 126 $190   $17,614,323 45
2015/11/23 - $10,050 -58% 126 $80   $17,624,373 46
2015/11/24 - $11,395 +13% 126 $90   $17,635,768 47
2015/11/25 - $8,225 -28% 126 $65   $17,643,993 48
2015/11/26 - $8,290 +1% 126 $66   $17,652,283 49
2015/11/27 - $17,820 +115% 66 $270   $17,670,103 50
2015/11/28 - $21,450 +20% 66 $325   $17,691,553 51
2015/11/29 - $11,550 -46% 66 $175   $17,703,103 52
2015/11/30 - $3,935 -66% 66 $60   $17,707,038 53
2015/12/01 - $5,605 +42% 66 $85   $17,712,643 54
2015/12/02 - $4,950 -12% 66 $75   $17,717,593 55
2015/12/03 - $4,625 -7% 66 $70   $17,722,218 56
2015/12/04 - $7,825 +69% 52 $150   $17,730,043 57
2015/12/05 - $13,780 +76% 52 $265   $17,743,823 58
2015/12/06 - $6,760 -51% 52 $130   $17,750,583 59
2015/12/07 - $3,360 -50% 52 $65   $17,753,943 60
2015/12/08 - $4,940 +47% 52 $95   $17,758,883 61
2015/12/09 - $4,160 -16% 52 $80   $17,763,043 62
2015/12/10 - $3,615 -13% 52 $70   $17,766,658 63

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2015/10/09 16 $710,481   4 $177,620   $710,481 7
2015/10/16 11 $2,002,327 +182% 60 $33,372   $2,712,808 14
2015/10/23 7 $9,247,875 +362% 2,493 $3,710   $11,960,683 21
2015/10/30 11 $3,900,390 -58% 2,493 $1,565   $15,861,073 28
2015/11/06 16 $1,119,660 -71% 421 $2,660   $16,980,733 35
2015/11/13 22 $549,170 -51% 326 $1,685   $17,529,903 42
2015/11/20 37 $122,380 -78% 126 $971   $17,652,283 49
2015/11/27 37 $69,935 -43% 66 $1,060   $17,722,218 56
2015/12/04 44 $44,440 -36% 52 $855   $17,766,658 63

Box Office Summary Per Territory

Territory Release
Date
Opening
Weekend
Opening
Weekend
Theaters
Maximum
Theaters
Theatrical
Engagements
Total
Box Office
Report
Date
Argentina 12/31/2015 $108,624 73 73 129 $210,752 1/26/2016
Australia 1/29/2016 $1,400 6 60 204 $516,286 6/9/2016
Austria 11/12/2015 $81,428 46 46 219 $192,396 6/9/2016
Belgium 2/3/2016 $76,561 12 12 28 $123,233 6/9/2016
Bolivia 12/24/2015 $12,641 6 6 10 $21,270 1/5/2016
Brazil 1/14/2016 $144,479 52 59 161 $356,444 6/9/2016
Bulgaria 12/4/2015 $15,328 11 12 52 $74,071 2/2/2016
Chile 1/7/2016 $32,846 22 22 33 $52,784 2/3/2016
Colombia 12/24/2015 $35,988 22 22 57 $138,126 2/3/2016
Croatia 12/10/2015 $5,755 4 4 37 $16,849 2/19/2016
Czech Republic 11/12/2015 $50,690 89 89 171 $130,915 12/23/2015
Denmark 1/21/2016 $37,199 51 51 96 $76,825 6/9/2016
Ecuador 12/25/2015 $0 0 14 15 $60,320 1/20/2016
Estonia 12/4/2015 $19,373 13 13 13 $19,373 12/8/2015
Finland 1/22/2016 $40,985 49 49 97 $94,547 6/9/2016
France 2/3/2016 $517,166 137 137 346 $1,184,867 6/9/2016
Germany 11/12/2015 $605,282 304 304 1125 $1,321,911 6/9/2016
Greece 1/21/2016 $35,974 32 32 44 $61,219 6/9/2016
Hong Kong 1/14/2016 $225,773 35 35 84 $402,132 6/9/2016
Hungary 1/14/2016 $38,003 23 42 95 $98,962 3/15/2016
Iraq 11/12/2015 $2,414 4 4 4 $2,413 11/17/2015
Israel 11/12/2015 $74,847 16 16 81 $232,388 1/12/2016
Italy 1/21/2016 $728,128 290 290 535 $1,345,240 6/9/2016
Japan 2/12/2016 $210,619 52 52 188 $934,218 6/9/2016
Kuwait 11/12/2015 $8,353 1 3 4 $56,674 11/25/2015
Lebanon 11/12/2015 $27,067 6 6 12 $50,891 12/1/2015
Mexico 12/25/2015 $272,086 0 144 282 $652,830 6/9/2016
Netherlands 12/3/2015 $85,570 49 49 182 $356,888 6/9/2016
New Zealand 2/5/2016 $29,680 40 40 109 $66,299 6/9/2016
Norway 1/22/2016 $29,699 44 44 66 $74,455 6/9/2016
Oman 11/12/2015 $2,416 2 2 2 $2,416 11/17/2015
Panama 2/11/2016 $0 0 1 3 $21,139 3/15/2016
Peru 12/24/2015 $52,635 16 16 35 $123,648 1/26/2016
Poland 11/13/2015 $131,683 118 120 301 $303,082 12/31/2015
Portugal 11/12/2015 $71,389 47 47 138 $158,433 12/16/2015
Russia (CIS) 12/31/2015 $0 0 320 407 $390,473 2/3/2016
Serbia and Montenegro 11/26/2015 $5,236 13 13 31 $13,974 12/16/2015
Slovakia 11/12/2015 $30,931 56 56 83 $47,300 11/25/2015
Slovenia 11/19/2015 $6,841 12 12 32 $24,033 12/31/2015
South Africa 12/25/2015 $14,760 31 31 80 $66,209 6/9/2016
South Korea 1/21/2016 $219,170 383 383 455 $446,094 6/9/2016
Spain 1/1/2016 $674,933 225 234 757 $1,655,445 6/9/2016
Sweden 1/22/2016 $58,623 40 40 87 $176,804 6/9/2016
Switzerland 11/12/2015 $88,873 33 33 131 $311,104 6/9/2016
Taiwan 1/22/2016 $76,805 54 54 124 $193,896 6/9/2016
Thailand 1/21/2016 $93,363 38 38 83 $173,440 6/9/2016
Turkey 12/11/2015 $68,441 54 54 111 $148,933 12/31/2015
Ukraine 11/12/2015 $126,661 167 167 424 $241,589 12/16/2015
United Arab Emirates 11/12/2015 $73,930 18 18 31 $160,658 12/1/2015
United Kingdom 11/13/2015 $1,373,710 413 413 1217 $3,375,877 6/9/2016
Uruguay 12/31/2015 $0 0 5 8 $20,973 1/20/2016
Venezuela 1/29/2016 $1,193 8 8 17 $11,422 3/8/2016
 
Rest of World $644,330
 
International Total$17,636,850 6/9/2016

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
2/21/20161229,386 29,386$499,268$499,2683

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
2/21/2016636,772 36,772$735,079$735,0793

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