Teen Wolf

Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $33,086,611Details
Further financial details...

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Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics RottenAudience Spilled
Critics
47% - Rotten
Audience
53% - Spilled

Movie Details

Theatrical Release: August 23rd, 1985 (Wide) by Atlantic
Franchise: Teen Wolf
Keywords: Romance, Bullies, High School Hell, Coming of Age, Basketball, Werewolf, Monster
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Comedy
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Fantasy

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Cast

Michael J. Fox    Scott Howard

Daily Box Office Performance

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
1985/08/23 2 $6,120,348   1,416 $4,322   $6,120,348 3
1985/08/30 2 $5,089,346 -17% 1,425 $3,571   $14,771,885 10
1985/09/06 2 $3,086,522 -39% 1,324 $2,331   $18,080,487 17
1985/09/13 2 $2,342,280 -24% 1,310 $1,788   $22,252,685 24
1985/09/20 3 $1,897,038 -19% 1,206 $1,573   $24,993,785 31
1985/09/27 4 $1,452,300 -23% 1,030 $1,410   $27,108,047 38
1985/10/04 7 $1,057,500 -27% 940 $1,125   $28,787,961 45
1985/10/11 11 $1,138,654 +8% 861 $1,322   $30,348,404 52
1985/10/18 17 $513,329 -55% 571 $899   $30,981,706 59
1985/10/25 17 $413,952 -19% 448 $924   $31,611,331 66
1985/11/01 18 $337,132 -19% 356 $947   $32,050,505 73
1985/11/08 21 $267,512 -21% 281 $952   $32,405,180 80
1985/11/15 22 $195,112 -27% 232 $841   $32,650,346 87
1985/11/22 28 $145,863 -25% 171 $853   $32,839,396 94
1985/11/29 27 $107,640 -26% 115 $936   $33,009,548 101
1985/12/06 23 $49,985 -54% 65 $769   $33,086,611 108

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