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Trainwreck (2015)

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Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $110,038,130Details
International Box Office $30,523,701Details
Worldwide Box Office $140,561,831
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $7,683,191 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $5,634,207 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $13,317,398
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  7. Cast & Crew
  8. Trailer

Synopsis

Since she was a little girl, it’s been drilled into Amy’s head by her rascal of a dad that monogamy isn’t realistic. Now a magazine writer, Amy lives by that credo—enjoying what she feels is an uninhibited life free from stifling, boring romantic commitment—but in actuality, she’s kind of in a rut. When she finds herself starting to fall for the subject of the new article she’s writing, a charming and successful sports doctor named Aaron Conners, Amy starts to wonder if other grown-ups, including this guy who really seems to like her, might be on to something.

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics Certified FreshAudience Upright
Critics
85% - Certified Fresh
Audience
67% - Upright

Latest Ranking on Cumulative Box Office Lists


Movie Details

Production Budget:$35,000,000
Domestic Releases: July 17th, 2015 (Wide) by Universal
International Releases: July 23rd, 2015 (Wide) (Australia)
July 23rd, 2015 (Wide) (Greece)
July 23rd, 2015 (Wide) (Israel)
July 24th, 2015 (Wide) (Romania)
July 30th, 2015 (Wide) (Slovenia)
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Video Release: October 20th, 2015 by Universal Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: R for strong sexual content, nudity, language and some drug use.
(Rating bulletin 2358, 1/28/2015)
Running Time: 122 minutes
Comparisons: vs. Bridesmaids
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Keywords: Relationships Gone Wrong, Dysfunctional Family, Romance, Doctors, Basketball, Delayed Adulthood, Screenplay Written By the Star
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Comedy
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: Apatow Productions
Production Countries: United States

Ranking on other Records and Milestones

RecordRankRevenueChart
Date
Days In
Release
Biggest 13th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,640 $58,195 Oct 9, 2015 87
Biggest 12th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,638 $82,080 Oct 2, 2015 80
Biggest 11th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 1,350 $158,510 Sep 25, 2015 73
Biggest 10th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 758 $452,760 Sep 18, 2015 66
Biggest 9th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 609 $911,455 Sep 11, 2015 59
Biggest 8th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 576 $1,499,180 Sep 4, 2015 52
Biggest 7th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 772 $1,670,350 Aug 28, 2015 45
Biggest 6th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 820 $2,460,015 Aug 21, 2015 38
Fastest Movies to Earn $100 Million at the Domestic Box Office 448 $100,707,680 Aug 21, 2015 36
Biggest 5th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 782 $3,836,160 Aug 14, 2015 31
Biggest 4th Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 672 $6,147,150 Aug 7, 2015 24
Biggest 3rd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 600 $9,605,585 Jul 31, 2015 17
Biggest 2nd Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 447 $17,281,950 Jul 24, 2015 10
Fastest Movies to Earn $50 Million at the Domestic Box Office 432 $56,405,810 Jul 24, 2015 9
Biggest Sunday at the Domestic Box Office 647 $8,289,550 Jul 19, 2015 3
Biggest July Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 101 $30,097,040 Jul 17, 2015 3
Biggest Opening Weekend at the Domestic Box Office 461 $30,097,040 Jul 17, 2015 3
Biggest Weekends at the Domestic Box Office 663 $30,097,040 Jul 17, 2015 3
Widest Opening Weekend 621 3,158 Jul 17, 2015 3
Biggest July Day at the Domestic Box Office 308 $11,069,050 Jul 18, 2015 2
Biggest Saturday at the Domestic Box Office 707 $11,069,050 Jul 18, 2015 2
Biggest Friday at the Domestic Box Office 559 $10,738,440 Jul 17, 2015 1

Cast

   Amy
   Aaron
Brie Larson    Kim
Colin Quinn    Gordon
John Cena    Steven
Vanessa Bayer    Nikki
Mike Birbiglia    Tom
Ezra Miller    Donald
Dave Attell    Noam
Tilda Swinton    Dianna
LeBron James    Himself
Devin Fabry    Nine-Year-Old Amy
Carla Oudin    Five-Year-Old Kim
Josh Segarra    Staten Island Oli
Ryan Farrell    One-Night Stand Guy
Robert E. Torres    One-Night Stand Guy
Jim Florentine    One-Night Stand Guy
Bobby Kelly    One-Night Stand Guy
Dan Soder    Dumpster Guy
Randall Park    Bryson
Jon Glaser    Schultz
Evan Brinkman    Allister
Norman Lloyd    Norman
Daniel Radcliffe    The Dogwalker
Marisa Tomei    The Dog Owner
Keith Robinson    Guy in Back of Theater
Marina Franklin    Woman in Back of Theater
Dave Hanson    Alice's Tea Cup Waiter
Pete Davidson    Dr. Conners' Patient
Kim Caramele    S'nuff Receptionist
Method Man    Temembe
Max Alexander    Max the Wheelchair Orderly
Criscia Richardson    Injured Knicks City Dancer
Claudia O'Doherty    Wendy
Kyle Dunnigan    Kyle
Kevin Kane    Kevin
Tim Meadows    Tim
Nikki Glaser    Lisa
Bridget Everett    Kat
Alva Chinn    Benefit Guest
Arnold Kim    Benefit Guest
Rob Buntzen    Benefit Guest
Karen Chamberlain    Awards Luncheon Coordinator
Tony Romo    Himself
Amar'e Stoudemire    Himself
Rachel Feinstein    Nurse Rachel
Victoria Dicce    Donald's Mother
Lisa Kicielinski    Woman on Bench with One-Hitter
Matthew Broderick    Himself
Marv Albert    Himself
Chris Evert    Herself
Kevin Thompson    Vanity Fair Editor
Leslie Jones    Angry Subway Patron
Estee Adoram    Jostled Subway Patron

Production and Technical Credits

Director   
Screenwriter    Amy Schumer
Producer    Judd Apatow
Producer    Barry Mendel
Executive Producer    David Householter
Production Designer    Kevin Thompson
Editor    William Kerr
Editor    Paul Zucker
Composer    Jon Brion
Director of Photography    Jody Lee Lipes
Costume Designer    Leesa Evans
Music Supervisor    Manish Raval
Music Supervisor    Tom Wolfe
Co-Producer    Amy Schumer
Co-Producer    Josh Church
Associate Producer    Kim Caramele
Associate Producer    Amanda Glaze
Associate Producer    Michael Lewen
Unit Production Manager    Dana Robin
Unit Production Manager    David Householter
First Assistant Director    Matt Rebenkoff
Second Assistant Director    Amy Lauritsen
Additional Editor    Peck Prior
Additional Editor    Jay Deuby
Additional Editor    Brian Olds
Additional Editor    David Moritz
Art Director    Deborah Jensen
Assistant Art Director    Alex Chrysikos
Set Decorator    Debra Schutt
Assistant Set Decorator    Jenny Nickason
Set Designer    Nithya Shrinivasan
Stunt Coordinator    Jeffrey Lee Gibson
Stunt Coordinator-Basketball Sequences    Mark Ellis
Sound Mixer    Tom Nelson
Script Supervisor    Tom Johnston
Special Effects Coordinator    Steve Kirshoff
Costume Designer-New York    Jessica Albertson
Costume Supervisor    Nicole Greenbaum
Make up    Kyra Panchenko
Hairstylist    Maya Hardinge
Post-Production Supervisor    Lisa Rodgers
First Assistant Editor    Nina Kawasaki
First Assistant Editor    Daniela Ovi
Assistant Editor    Victoria Lang
Assistant Editor    Nathan Bruner
Supervising Sound Editor    George Anderson
Re-recording Mixer    Marc Fishman
Re-recording Mixer    Chris Carpenter
Dialogue Editor    Joe Schiff
Dialogue Editor    Larry Kemp
Additional Casting-Casting Associate    Rori Bergman
Additonal Casting-Background Casting    Grant Wilfley
Additional Casting-Background Casting Associate    Allison Hall
Music Editor    Manish Raval
Score Mixer    Greg Koller
Visual Effects Supervisor    Scott M. Davids

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Ant-Man

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Pixels

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Ant-Man

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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
2015/07/17 3 $30,097,040   3,158 $9,530   $30,097,040 3
2015/07/24 4 $17,281,950 -43% 3,171 $5,450   $61,526,975 10
2015/07/31 6 $9,605,585 -44% 2,960 $3,245   $79,614,985 17
2015/08/07 8 $6,147,150 -36% 2,525 $2,435   $90,948,980 24
2015/08/14 10 $3,836,160 -38% 1,998 $1,920   $97,955,120 31
2015/08/21 13 $2,460,015 -36% 1,333 $1,845   $102,394,125 38
2015/08/28 16 $1,670,350 -32% 957 $1,745   $105,081,865 45
2015/09/04 17 $1,499,180 -10% 808 $1,855   $107,179,430 52
2015/09/11 19 $911,455 -39% 738 $1,235   $108,712,975 59
2015/09/18 24 $452,760 -50% 539 $840   $109,446,425 66
2015/09/25 31 $158,510 -65% 240 $660   $109,772,025 73
2015/10/02 36 $82,080 -48% 144 $570   $109,913,995 80
2015/10/09 40 $58,195 -29% 103 $565   $110,008,260 87

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2015/07/17 3 $10,738,440   3,158 $3,400   $10,738,440 1
2015/07/18 3 $11,069,050 +3% 3,158 $3,505   $21,807,490 2
2015/07/19 3 $8,289,550 -25% 3,158 $2,625   $30,097,040 3
2015/07/20 3 $3,537,105 -57% 3,158 $1,120   $33,634,145 4
2015/07/21 3 $4,184,350 +18% 3,158 $1,325   $37,818,495 5
2015/07/22 3 $3,315,900 -21% 3,158 $1,050   $41,134,395 6
2015/07/23 3 $3,110,630 -6% 3,158 $985   $44,245,025 7
2015/07/24 6 $5,327,280 +71% 3,171 $1,680   $49,572,305 8
2015/07/25 4 $6,833,505 +28% 3,171 $2,155   $56,405,810 9
2015/07/26 4 $5,121,165 -25% 3,171 $1,615   $61,526,975 10
2015/07/27 4 $2,140,425 -58% 3,171 $675   $63,667,400 11
2015/07/28 4 $2,505,090 +17% 3,171 $790   $66,172,490 12
2015/07/29 5 $1,997,730 -20% 3,171 $630   $68,170,220 13
2015/07/30 5 $1,839,180 -8% 3,171 $580   $70,009,400 14
2015/07/31 6 $2,930,400 +59% 2,960 $990   $72,939,800 15
2015/08/01 6 $3,892,550 +33% 2,960 $1,315   $76,832,350 16
2015/08/02 6 $2,782,635 -29% 2,960 $940   $79,614,985 17
2015/08/03 6 $1,330,725 -52% 2,960 $450   $80,945,710 18
2015/08/04 7 $1,525,220 +15% 2,960 $515   $82,470,930 19
2015/08/05 7 $1,244,100 -18% 2,960 $420   $83,715,030 20
2015/08/06 6 $1,086,800 -13% 2,960 $367   $84,801,830 21
2015/08/07 8 $1,893,020 +74% 2,525 $750   $86,694,850 22
2015/08/08 7 $2,587,600 +37% 2,525 $1,025   $89,282,450 23
2015/08/09 8 $1,666,530 -36% 2,525 $660   $90,948,980 24
2015/08/10 8 $783,855 -53% 2,525 $310   $91,732,835 25
2015/08/11 10 $1,022,625 +30% 2,525 $405   $92,755,460 26
2015/08/12 9 $732,250 -28% 2,525 $290   $93,487,710 27
2015/08/13 9 $631,250 -14% 2,525 $250   $94,118,960 28
2015/08/14 10 $1,178,820 +87% 1,998 $590   $95,297,780 29
2015/08/15 10 $1,638,360 +39% 1,998 $820   $96,936,140 30
2015/08/16 10 $1,018,980 -38% 1,998 $510   $97,955,120 31
2015/08/17 10 $489,320 -52% 1,998 $245   $98,444,440 32
2015/08/18 11 $600,030 +23% 1,998 $300   $99,044,470 33
2015/08/19 10 $480,015 -20% 1,998 $240   $99,524,485 34
2015/08/20 11 $409,625 -15% 1,998 $205   $99,934,110 35
2015/08/21 13 $773,570 +89% 1,333 $580   $100,707,680 36
2015/08/22 13 $1,073,185 +39% 1,333 $805   $101,780,865 37
2015/08/23 13 $613,260 -43% 1,333 $460   $102,394,125 38
2015/08/24 13 $253,270 -59% 1,333 $190   $102,647,395 39
2015/08/25 13 $299,925 +18% 1,333 $225   $102,947,320 40
2015/08/26 14 $238,125 -21% 1,333 $179   $103,185,445 41
2015/08/27 13 $226,070 -5% 1,333 $170   $103,411,515 42
2015/08/28 14 $493,105 +118% 957 $515   $103,904,620 43
2015/08/29 14 $779,910 +58% 957 $815   $104,684,530 44
2015/08/30 - $397,335 -49% 957 $415   $105,081,865 45
2015/08/31 - $147,945 -63% 957 $155   $105,229,810 46
2015/09/01 - $167,420 +13% 957 $175   $105,397,230 47
2015/09/02 16 $141,200 -16% 957 $148   $105,538,430 48
2015/09/03 - $141,820 n/c 957 $148   $105,680,250 49
2015/09/04 - $367,980 +159% 808 $455   $106,048,230 50
2015/09/05 - $561,560 +53% 808 $695   $106,609,790 51
2015/09/06 - $569,640 +1% 808 $705   $107,179,430 52
2015/09/07 - $327,560 -42% 808 $405   $107,506,990 53
2015/09/08 - $104,650 -68% 808 $130   $107,611,640 54
2015/09/09 - $96,960 -7% 808 $120   $107,708,600 55
2015/09/10 - $92,920 -4% 808 $115   $107,801,520 56
2015/09/11 - $269,370 +190% 738 $365   $108,070,890 57
2015/09/12 - $457,560 +70% 738 $620   $108,528,450 58
2015/09/13 - $184,525 -60% 738 $250   $108,712,975 59
2015/09/14 - $70,110 -62% 738 $95   $108,783,085 60
2015/09/15 - $85,120 +21% 738 $115   $108,868,205 61
2015/09/16 - $66,420 -22% 738 $90   $108,934,625 62
2015/09/17 - $59,040 -11% 738 $80   $108,993,665 63
2015/09/18 - $139,940 +137% 539 $260   $109,133,605 64
2015/09/19 - $223,710 +60% 539 $415   $109,357,315 65
2015/09/20 - $89,110 -60% 539 $165   $109,446,425 66
2015/09/21 - $40,425 -55% 539 $75   $109,486,850 67
2015/09/22 - $48,510 +20% 539 $90   $109,535,360 68
2015/09/23 - $43,120 -11% 539 $80   $109,578,480 69
2015/09/24 - $35,035 -19% 539 $65   $109,613,515 70
2015/09/25 - $51,615 +47% 240 $215   $109,665,130 71
2015/09/26 - $78,015 +51% 240 $325   $109,743,145 72
2015/09/27 - $28,880 -63% 240 $120   $109,772,025 73
2015/09/28 - $14,395 -50% 240 $60   $109,786,420 74
2015/09/29 - $18,010 +25% 240 $75   $109,804,430 75
2015/09/30 - $15,595 -13% 240 $65   $109,820,025 76
2015/10/01 - $11,890 -24% 240 $50   $109,831,915 77
2015/10/02 - $26,640 +124% 144 $185   $109,858,555 78
2015/10/03 - $38,160 +43% 144 $265   $109,896,715 79
2015/10/04 - $17,280 -55% 144 $120   $109,913,995 80
2015/10/05 - $5,760 -67% 144 $40   $109,919,755 81
2015/10/06 - $10,825 +88% 144 $75   $109,930,580 82
2015/10/07 - $10,120 -7% 144 $70   $109,940,700 83
2015/10/08 - $9,365 -7% 144 $65   $109,950,065 84
2015/10/09 - $18,560 +98% 103 $180   $109,968,625 85
2015/10/10 - $25,715 +39% 103 $250   $109,994,340 86
2015/10/11 - $13,920 -46% 103 $135   $110,008,260 87
2015/10/12 - $7,725 -45% 103 $75   $110,015,985 88
2015/10/13 - $7,675 -1% 103 $75   $110,023,660 89
2015/10/14 - $7,210 -6% 103 $70   $110,030,870 90
2015/10/15 - $7,260 +1% 103 $70   $110,038,130 91

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2015/07/17 3 $44,245,025   3,158 $14,010   $44,245,025 7
2015/07/24 4 $25,764,375 -42% 3,171 $8,125   $70,009,400 14
2015/07/31 6 $14,792,430 -43% 2,960 $4,997   $84,801,830 21
2015/08/07 8 $9,317,130 -37% 2,525 $3,690   $94,118,960 28
2015/08/14 10 $5,815,150 -38% 1,998 $2,910   $99,934,110 35
2015/08/21 13 $3,477,405 -40% 1,333 $2,609   $103,411,515 42
2015/08/28 16 $2,268,735 -35% 957 $2,371   $105,680,250 49
2015/09/04 17 $2,121,270 -6% 808 $2,625   $107,801,520 56
2015/09/11 19 $1,192,145 -44% 738 $1,615   $108,993,665 63
2015/09/18 24 $619,850 -48% 539 $1,150   $109,613,515 70
2015/09/25 32 $218,400 -65% 240 $910   $109,831,915 77
2015/10/02 34 $118,150 -46% 144 $820   $109,950,065 84
2015/10/09 37 $88,065 -25% 103 $855   $110,038,130 91

Box Office Summary Per Territory

Territory Release
Date
Opening
Weekend
Opening
Weekend
Theaters
Maximum
Theaters
Theatrical
Engagements
Total
Box Office
Report
Date
Australia 7/23/2015 $999,948 236 396 2147 $9,843,709 6/9/2016
Austria 8/13/2015 $79,802 63 64 282 $480,519 10/6/2015
Bolivia 9/3/2015 $12,209 8 8 11 $21,105 9/22/2015
Bulgaria 8/7/2015 $9,368 16 16 38 $55,896 10/13/2015
Chile 9/24/2015 $16,133 15 15 17 $24,085 10/6/2015
Colombia 9/10/2015 $35,819 36 36 44 $54,548 10/6/2015
Croatia 8/13/2015 $15,110 14 18 62 $57,786 9/17/2015
Czech Republic 8/6/2015 $24,945 69 69 160 $99,497 9/17/2015
Denmark 9/10/2015 $65,220 43 43 120 $187,281 10/28/2015
Ecuador 9/11/2015 $0 0 25 41 $73,573 10/6/2015
Estonia 8/7/2015 $18,014 9 9 29 $76,653 9/9/2015
Finland 8/28/2015 $64,867 46 46 118 $212,407 10/28/2015
France 11/18/2015 $213,472 104 104 126 $410,402 12/16/2015
Germany 8/13/2015 $1,068,466 497 544 2388 $3,421,209 12/1/2015
Greece 7/23/2015 $33,424 24 24 57 $89,267 9/2/2015
Hungary 8/27/2015 $40,849 37 47 159 $142,597 10/22/2015
Israel 7/23/2015 $122,204 15 17 112 $735,614 9/23/2015
Italy 9/17/2015 $79,401 113 113 118 $111,991 11/10/2015
Lebanon 8/27/2015 $21,286 12 12 12 $21,286 9/2/2015
Lithuania 8/7/2015 $10,305 120 120 228 $41,206 8/27/2015
Mexico 10/16/2015 $152,159 0 128 295 $385,602 6/9/2016
Netherlands 8/27/2015 $137,760 65 69 231 $490,201 10/6/2015
New Zealand 8/13/2015 $223,164 87 87 446 $763,588 10/6/2015
Norway 8/14/2015 $118,848 100 100 221 $415,047 10/22/2015
Panama 8/13/2015 $150,550 15 15 27 $228,670 9/17/2015
Peru 8/27/2015 $97,919 59 59 78 $158,715 9/17/2015
Philippines 8/26/2015 $25,771 11 11 13 $41,103 9/8/2015
Poland 7/31/2015 $102,421 93 93 359 $408,837 9/23/2015
Portugal 8/6/2015 $69,221 44 44 183 $267,029 9/17/2015
Romania 7/24/2015 $61,055 51 51 116 $171,509 8/12/2015
Russia (CIS) 9/11/2015 $460,852 481 481 1090 $927,987 10/22/2015
Serbia and Montenegro 8/13/2015 $0 0 3 3 $34,734 9/9/2015
Slovakia 8/6/2015 $13,545 41 41 64 $26,776 8/18/2015
Slovenia 7/30/2015 $12,086 11 11 65 $62,784 9/9/2015
South Africa 8/14/2015 $61,561 57 78 231 $255,759 10/15/2015
South Korea 12/10/2015 $92,025 161 161 167 $204,715 6/9/2016
Spain 8/14/2015 $399,352 265 268 929 $1,428,291 12/1/2015
Sweden 8/21/2015 $58,264 67 67 190 $348,885 10/22/2015
Switzerland 8/13/2015 $198,726 35 36 120 $392,579 9/29/2015
Ukraine 8/13/2015 $66,575 85 130 486 $381,240 9/22/2015
United Kingdom 8/14/2015 $1,456,220 464 464 1429 $4,981,767 10/15/2015
Uruguay 9/10/2015 $7,127 10 10 12 $10,772 9/22/2015
Venezuela 8/7/2015 $383,806 31 31 72 $1,160,836 9/8/2015
 
Rest of World $815,644
 
International Total$30,523,701 6/9/2016

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
11/15/20153178,346 178,346$2,848,186$2,848,1864
11/22/2015469,556-61% 247,902$1,104,549$3,952,7355
1/3/20161437,426 431,155$398,587$6,502,17711
1/31/20161912,707 466,650$127,324$6,967,48615

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
11/15/20153109,558 109,558$2,187,865$2,187,8654
11/22/2015741,999-62% 151,557$834,523$3,022,3885
1/31/20161610,644 273,203$137,732$5,177,45615

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