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Wonder Woman (2017)

Wonder Woman
Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $385,658,279Details
International Box Office $384,167,139Details
Worldwide Box Office $769,825,418
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Synopsis

Before she was Wonder Woman, she was Diana, princess of the Amazons, trained to be an unconquerable warrior. Raised on a sheltered island paradise, when an American pilot crashes on their shores and tells of a massive conflict raging in the outside world, Diana leaves her home, convinced she can stop the threat. Fighting alongside man in a war to end all wars, Diana will discover her full powers… and her true destiny.

Metrics

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Movie Details

Production Budget:$150,000,000
Domestic Releases: June 2nd, 2017 (Wide) by Warner Bros.
International Releases: May 29th, 2017 (Wide) (South Korea)
May 30th, 2017 (Wide) (Hong Kong)
May 30th, 2017 (Wide) (Taiwan)
May 31st, 2017 (Wide) (China)
June 1st, 2017 (Wide) (Italy)
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MPAA Rating: PG-13 for sequences of violence and action, and some suggestive content.
Running Time: 141 minutes
Franchise: DC Extended Universe
Comparisons: vs. Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2
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Keywords: D.C. Comics, War, World War I, Gods and Goddesses, Origin Story, Marooned, Greek Mythology, 1910s, Secret Agent, Development Hell
Source:Based on Comic/Graphic Novel
Genre:Adventure
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Super Hero
Production Companies: Warner Bros., Atlas Entertainment, Cruel and Unusual Films, RatPac Entertainment, Dune Entertainment, Tencent Pictures , Wanda Pictures
Production Countries: United States

Ranking on other Records and Milestones

RecordRankAmountChart
Date
Days In
Release
Biggest Domestic 7th Weekend 81 $6,802,386 Jul 14, 2017 45
Biggest Domestic 6th Weekend 56 $9,822,105 Jul 7, 2017 38
Fastest to $350m 22 $350,537,731 Jun 30, 2017 32
Biggest Domestic 5th Weekend 23 $15,706,011 Jun 30, 2017 31
Biggest Domestic 4th Weekend 14 $24,906,310 Jun 23, 2017 24
Fastest to $300m 27 $300,601,483 Jun 23, 2017 22
Biggest Domestic 3rd Weekend 11 $41,268,850 Jun 16, 2017 17
Fastest to $250m 30 $260,249,737 Jun 16, 2017 16
Biggest Domestic 2nd Weekend 24 $58,520,672 Jun 9, 2017 10
Fastest to $200m 41 $206,343,175 Jun 9, 2017 10
Fastest to $150m 51 $163,523,964 Jun 9, 2017 8
Biggest Domestic Wednesday 96 $9,326,011 Jun 7, 2017 6
Biggest Domestic Tuesday 26 $14,342,175 Jun 6, 2017 5
Biggest Domestic Monday 73 $11,757,063 Jun 5, 2017 4
Biggest Domestic Sunday 39 $29,750,819 Jun 4, 2017 3
Biggest Domestic June Weekend 7 $103,251,471 Jun 2, 2017 3
Biggest Domestic Opening Weekend 41 $103,251,471 Jun 2, 2017 3
Top Adventure Weekend Domestic 21 $103,251,471 Jun 2, 2017 3
Top Based on Comic/Graphic Novel Weekend Domestic 16 $103,251,471 Jun 2, 2017 3
Top Live Action Weekend Domestic 24 $103,251,471 Jun 2, 2017 3
Top PG-13 Weekend Domestic 33 $103,251,471 Jun 2, 2017 3
Top Super Hero Weekend Domestic 16 $103,251,471 Jun 2, 2017 3
Top Warner Bros. Weekend Domestic 8 $103,251,471 Jun 2, 2017 3
Biggest Domestic Weekend 43 $103,251,471 Jun 2, 2017 3
Fastest to $100m 43 $103,251,471 Jun 2, 2017 3
Widest Opening Weekend 37 4,165 Jun 2, 2017 3
Biggest Domestic Saturday 49 $35,253,398 Jun 3, 2017 2
Fastest to $50m 48 $73,500,652 Jun 2, 2017 2
Top Adventure Day Domestic 44 $38,247,254 Jun 2, 2017 1
Top Based on Comic/Graphic Novel Day Domestic 42 $38,247,254 Jun 2, 2017 1
Top Live Action Day Domestic 59 $38,247,254 Jun 2, 2017 1
Top PG-13 Day Domestic 85 $38,247,254 Jun 2, 2017 1
Top Super Hero Day Domestic 42 $38,247,254 Jun 2, 2017 1
Top Warner Bros. Day Domestic 21 $38,247,254 Jun 2, 2017 1
Biggest Domestic Friday 47 $38,247,254 Jun 2, 2017 1
Biggest Domestic June Day 16 $38,247,254 Jun 2, 2017 1

Cast

   Diana/Wonder Woman
   Steve Trevor
Robin Wright    Antiope
Danny Huston    Ludendorff
David Thewlis    Sir Patrick
Connie Nielsen    Hippolyta
Elena Anaya    Maru
Ewen Bremner    Charlie
Lucy Davis    Etta
Eugene Brave Rock    The Chief
Said Taghmaoui    Sameer
Lilly Aspell    Young Diana (8)
Lisa Loven Kongsli    Menalippe
Ann Wolfe    Artemis
Ann Ogbomo    Philippus
Emily Carey    Diana (12)
James Cosmo    Field Marshall Haig
Wolf Kahler    German Commander
Alexander Mercury    German Lieutenant
Martin Bishop    Kaiser Wilhelm II
Flora Nicholson    Marie
Pat Abernethy    Photographer
Freddy Elletson    Trench Sentry
Sammy Hayman    Trench Sentry
Michael Tantrum    Trench Sentry
Philippe Spall    Trench Officer—Belgian
Edward Wolstenholme    Trench Officer—British
Ian Hughes    German Soldier
Marko Leht    German Soldier in Boat
Steffan Rhodri    Colonel Darnell
Andrew Byron    Weary Captain (Shot)
Dominic Kinnaird    Suited Man
Rachel Pickup    Fausta Grables
Ulli Ackermann    Guard at Invite Table
Frank Allen Forbes    Turkish Slave
Peter Stark    Soldier at Gala
Rainer Bock    Von Hindenberg
Josh Bromley    Young Soldier (Station)
Jennie Eggleton    Young Wife (Station)
Eva Dabrowski    Nina
Harvey James    German Pilot
George Johnston    German Pilot
Danielle Lewis    Senator Timandra
Florence Kasumba    Senator Acantha
Eleanor Matsuura    Epione
Josette Simon    Mnemosyne
Doutzen Kroes    Venelia
Hayley Warnes    Aella
Caitlin Burles    Queen’s Guard
Jemma Moore    Queen’s Guard
Samantha Jo    Euboea
Brooke Ence    Penthiselea
Madeleine Vall    Egeria
Hari James    Trigona
Jacqui-Lee Pryce    Niobe
Betty Adewole    Amazon Army
Caroline Maria Winberg    Amazon Army
Lizzie Bowden    Amazon Army
Kattreya Scheurer-Smith    Amazon Army
Sharmina Harrower    Amazon Army
Rekha Luther    Amazon Townsfolk
Thaina Oliveira    Amazon Townsfolk
Ooooota Adepo    Amazon Townsfolk
Zinnia Kumar    Amazon Townsfolk
Toma McDonagh    Amazon Townsfolk
Amber Doyle    Mother
Freddy Carter    Soldier
Fred Fergus    Soldier
Tim Pritchett    Wounded Soldier
Gana Bayarsaikhan    Throne Room Amazon
Camilla Roholm    Throne Room Amazon
Stephanie Haymes-Roven    Amazon Calvary General
Nia Burke    Veld Singer

Production and Technical Credits

Director   
Screenwriter    Jason Fuchs
Story by    Zack Snyder
Story by    Allan Heinberg
Story by    Jason Fuchs
Producer    Charles Roven
Producer    Zack Snyder
Producer    Deborah Snyder
Producer    Richard Suckle
Executive Producer    Stephen Jones
Executive Producer    Jon Berg
Executive Producer    Geoff Johns
Executive Producer    Wesley Coller
Executive Producer    Rebecca Steel Roven
Production Designer    Aline Bonetto
Editor    Martin Walsh
Composer    Rupert Gregson-Williams
Director of Photography    Matthew Jensen
Stunt Coordinator    Tim Rigby
Stunt Coordinator    Marcus Shakesheff
Stunt Coordinator    Ryan Watson
Stunt Coordinator    Wayne Dalglish
Stunt Coordinator    Jo Allen
Stunt Coordinator    Damon Caro
Visual Effects Supervisor    Bill Westenhofer
Costume Designer    Lindy Hemming
Casting Director    Lora Kennedy
Casting Director    Kristy Carlson
Casting Director    Lucinda Syson
Unit Production Manager    Mark Mostyn
First Assistant Director    Tommy Gormley
Executive Producer    Steven Mnuchin
Second Unit Director    Damon Caro
Supervising Sound Editor    James Mather
Post-Production Supervisor    David E. Hall
Supervising Art Director    Peter Russell
Supervising Art Director    Dominic Hyman
Art Director    Stuart Kearns
Art Director    Phil Harvey
Art Director    Dominic Masters
Art Director    James Collins
Art Director    Remo Tozzi
Art Director    Arwel Evans
Art Director    Steve Carter
Sound Mixer    Chris Munro
Script Supervisor    Laura Miles
Post-Production Executive    Marianne Jenkins
Associate Editor    Matthew Tucker
First Assistant Editor    Nick Davis
Second Assistant Editor    Katrina Annan
Visual Effects Producer    Amber Kirsch
Re-recording Mixer    Chris Burdon
Re-recording Mixer    Gilbert Lake
Supervising Dialogue Editor    Simon Chase
Dialogue Editor    Robert Killick
Sound Effects Editor    Jed Loughran
Sound Effects Editor    Samir Foco
Foley Mixer    Glen Gathard
Costume Supervisor    Annie Crawford
Make-up and Hair Designer    Christine Blundell
Make-up and Hair Designer    Lesa Warrener
Set Decorator    Anna Lynch-Robinson
Production Supervisor    Lulu Morgan
Casting Associate    Jeanette Benzie
Casting Associate    Natasha Vincent
Casting Assistant    Leigh Ann Smith
Casting Assistant    Bex Reynolds
Line Producer    John Bernard
Supervising Location Manager    Charles Somers
Location Manager    Tom Asquith
Location Manager    Jacob McIntyre
Location Manager    Georgette Turner
Special Effects Supervisor    Mark Holt
Special Effects Coordinator    Carmila Gittens
Choreography    Isabel Baquero
Additional Music    Andrew Kawczynski
Additional Music    Tom Howe
Additional Music    Evan Jolly
Music Editor    Simon Changer
Music Editor    Christopher Benstead
Music Editor    J. J. George
Music Editor    Gerard McCann
Music Editor    Dominic Certo
Music Editor    Melissa Muik
Music Supervisor    Karen Elliott
Score Mixer    Alan Meyerson
Score Mixer    Forest Christenson
Score Recordist    Nick Wollage

Weekend Wrap-Up: War Goes Well for Apes Earning $56.26 million

July 18th, 2017

War for the Planet of the Apes

The weekend box office chart didn’t hold a lot of surprises. War for the Planet of the Apes earned first place with a slightly better than predicted result of $56.26 million, while most of the rest of our predictions were also close enough to be considered victories. Overall, the box office plummeted 21% from last weekend reaching $163 million. This was also a little lower than the same weekend last year. The emphasis is on “little”, as it only dropped by 0.062% or about $100,000. On its own, this would be nothing to worry about. However, 2017’s lead over 2016 has completely evaporated and the year is now 0.19% or $12 million behind last year’s pace at $6.21 billion to $6.22 billion. We’ve lost about $200 million this summer compared to last year and I don’t see that turning around any time soon. More...

Weekend Estimates: Apes Top Chart, Helped by Big Spider-Man Drop

July 16th, 2017

War for the Planet of the Apes

A weekend estimate just ahead of our prediction for War for the Planet of the Apes, and a one just below our prediction for Spider-Man: Homecoming means there’s a clear winner at the box office. War will come in with $56.5 million, per Fox’s Sunday morning estimate, while Homecoming will finish second with $45.2 million. More...

Friday Estimates: Apes Win War with $22.1 million on Friday

July 15th, 2017

War for the Planet of the Apes

As expected, War for the Planet of the Apes earned first place on Friday. To match predictions, the film needed to make between $18 million and $19 million, but instead it earned $22.1 million during its first day of release. Furthermore, this is better than its previews were, so this suggests good word-of-mouth and longer than average legs. Its reviews are 94% positive and it earned a solid A from CinemaScore, so long legs wouldn’t be a shock. Perhaps it can reach $60 million over the weekend. Anything less than $55 million will be a little disappointing. Splitting the difference gets us a weekend target of $57 million. More...

International Box Office: Spider-Man Snags First Place in Tight Race with $140.03 million

July 13th, 2017

Spider-Man: Homecoming

Spider-Man: Homecoming earned first place in one of the closest races I’ve seen. It pulled in $140.03 million on 24,287 screens in 71 markets for a worldwide opening of $257.06 million. Its biggest market was South Korea, where it earned $19.37 million on 1,965 screens over the weekend for a total opening of $25.94 million. It also cracked $10 million in both the U.K. ($12.11 million in 616 theaters) and Mexico ($11.72 million on 3,506 screens), while it came close to that mark in Brazil with $9.09 million on 1,302 screens. The film did amazing business in Asia, including earning $6.84 million on 1,092 screens in Indonesia and $6.46 million on 1,900 screens in India. The film has yet to open in a number of major markets, including France, Germany, China, and Japan and should top $800 million worldwide with ease before it is done, which is enough to break even before it reaches the home market. The real challenge is surpassing Wonder Woman and Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2 for top spot on the worldwide chart for the summer. It is too soon to tell if it will get there for sure, but this is a great start. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Spider-Man has Wondrous $117.03 million Opening

July 11th, 2017

Spider-Man: Homecoming

The weekend box office chart held few surprises. Every film in the top five was close to our predictions, while the top two films were a little stronger. This includes Spider-Man: Homecoming, which pulled in $117.03 million during its opening weekend, making it the second fastest debut of the summer. (Only Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2 is ahead of it in that regard.) Despicable Me 3 held on better than most films this summer and will become a monster hit thanks to its international numbers. Overall, the box office rose by 22% from last weekend hitting $206 million. Unfortunately, this is still 5.1% lower than the same weekend last year. Before the summer began, 2017 had a $200 million lead over 2006. That lead is now down to just $13 million at $5.95 billion to $5.94 billion. This lead could be completely gone by the weekend. More...

Weekend Estimates: Spider-Man Comes Home to $117 Million Weekend

July 9th, 2017

Spider-Man: Homecoming

A $117 million opening weekend is pretty much all Sony could ask for from Spider-Man: Homecoming. It’s the second-best debut for the Spider-Man franchise, if you ignore the effects of inflation, and makes it almost certain that the franchise will break its unfortunate streak of earning less at the domestic box office with every new outing. With, reportedly, a more constrained budget—this is the least expensive Spider-Man film, adjusted for inflation—profitability looks assured, and Sony’s partnership with Disney looks as though it’s paying off. More...

Friday Estimates: Spider-Man has $50.5 million Reasons to Celebrate its Homecoming

July 8th, 2017

Spider-Man: Homecoming

Spider-Man: Homecoming dominated the box office on Friday and in a pleasant surprise, it beat predictions with $50.5 million during its opening day. Its opening day vs. its previews is almost identical to Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2, which would put the film on pace for $130 million over the weekend. Spider-Man: Homecoming did earn better reviews, while both movies earned a solid A from CinemaScore, and many more kids have no school on Monday compared to when Guardians debuted. All of this should help its legs. On the other hand, Homecoming could have a bigger Fanboy Effect, as Spider-Man is a much more established character. Because of that, I’m going to be a little more cautious and predict a $125 million opening weekend. This is still simply fantastic and the only downside is Sony and Disney have to work together to make this work in the long term. This is Sony’s second best domestic opening of all time. (Spider-Man 3 is the only one that beats it.) It could open with more than last year’s number one domestic hit for the studio, Ghostbusters, earned in total. Sony has a lot of reasons to work with Disney to keep Spider-Man in the MCU. More...

Thursday Night Previews: Spider-Man Swings into Theaters with $15.4 million in Previews

July 7th, 2017

Spider-Man: Homecoming

Spider-Man: Homecoming needed to make more than Wonder Woman during its previews in order to match it at the box office. Wonder Woman’s audience was disproportionately female, especially more mature women. This demographic tends to help a film’s legs at the expense of its opening weekend. So if Homecoming only made a little more than the $11.0 million Wonder Woman made, it would fail to crack $100 million over the weekend. Fortunately, it crushed that figure with $15.4 million on Thursday night. This is the third-best figure for previews this year, behind only Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2 ($17.0 million) and Beauty and the Beast ($16.3 million). Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2 is the better comparison, as the audiences for the two films match up nearly perfectly. If Homecoming does match Guardians’ legs, then it will earn just over $130 million over the weekend. I think the fact that this is the sixth Spider-Man movie and third incarnation of the character in 15 years will hurt its legs a little bit, but $125 million is the new goal to aim for. The only downside here is behind-the-scenes, as the character is being shared by Sony and Disney and I’m not sure how long they can work together. More...

Weekend Predictions: Spider-Man’s Coming Home to the MCU

July 6th, 2017

Spider-Man: Homecoming

Spider-Man: Homecoming is the only film opened wide this weekend and that should help it dominate the box office. In fact, it should have the biggest opening since Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2. The competition will put a dent in Despicable Me 3’s box office during the weekend, but even so, it will likely break even sometime over the weekend. This weekend last year had The Secret Life of Pets at the top with just over $100 million, while there were four other films earning $10 million or more. Spider-Man: Homecoming should top The Secret Life of Pets, but the depth this year won’t be as good. If 2017 does lose the year-over-year competition, then its lead over 2016 could evaporate completely. More...

International Box Office: Despicable Me Wrestles Top Spot from Optimus Prime with $98.8 million

July 6th, 2017

Despicable Me 3

Despicable Me 3 dominated the international box office almost as much as it dominated the domestic box office earning $98.8 million on 8,525 screens in 52 markets for totals of $121.1 million international and $171.2 worldwide. Its biggest opening came from the U.K., where it earned $14.50 million in 608 theaters, while Mexico wasn’t far behind with $12.34 million. However, arguably its most impressive opening came in Brazil where it earned $7.5 million, which is the best opening for an animated film in that market. The film has already made enough to pay for its $75 million production budget, so it is a monster hit. However, its decline from Minions means Universal is more likely to make a second and third Minions movie rather than a fourth Despicable Me. As someone who prefers the Despicable Me movies, this is disappointing. On the other hand, I recognize I’m not in the target demographic for these films, so I really shouldn’t have a say in these things. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Is Despicable Becoming Disposable after $72.43 million Opening?

July 5th, 2017

Despicable Me 3

The weekend box office chart was as predicted, at least in terms of the order. Most of the new releases / top five had weaker openings / sharper declines. Despicable Me 3 still led the way, but with a more subdued $72.43 million. Baby Driver is hoping to earn that much in total after a $20.55 million / $29.58 million opening. This is almost as much as it cost to make. The House, on the other hand, was DOA with just $8.72 million. On the positive side, Monday and Tuesday were much stronger than usual, so rather than looking at the weekend box office and saying it is weaker than anticipated, we could instead say the weekend box office was stretched out over five days. Overall, the box office grew 20% from last week to $169 million. This is down 11% from the same weekend last year, but again, one could argue this is due to a misalignment in the Independence Day holiday. Year-to-date, 2017 is still ahead of 2016, but the lead shrank to under $30 million at $5.64 billion to $5.61 billion. More...

Revised Weekend Estimates: Despicable Shrinks to $72.41 million

July 3rd, 2017

Despicable Me 3

The combination of Canada Day and Independence Day has resulted in some studios not releasing the weekend final numbers today. Some are releasing final numbers, some have updated Sunday’s estimates, while others are just waiting until Wednesday for final results. Despicable Me 3 is in the middle category, as Universal revised its estimate downwards to $72.41 million. This is still a great opening, but it is also a troubling trajectory, as it has fallen a lot from Friday’s Estimates, when it looked like it was going to hit $83 million. Granted, this is still the sixth-biggest opening of the year, so Universal has reason to celebrate, but its internal multiplier suggests short legs for a family film. I think this is a case of franchise fatigue, as its reviews were good, even if they were not as good as the previous Despicable Me films. More...

Friday Estimates: Despicable Me 3’s $29.2 million Debut is Top Animated Day of the Year

July 1st, 2017

Despicable Me 3

As expected, Despicable Me 3 earned first place at the box office on Friday with $29.2 million. This is the best single day for an animated film this year. To emphasize, this isn’t just the best opening day, but the best single day, and it should top that on Saturday. The previous record was $23.00 million, earned by The Lego Batman Movie. This film’s reviews are not as good as The Lego Batman Movie’s reviews are (they both earned A minuses from CinemaScore) so it won’t have the same legs. That said, an $83 million opening is still a great start and roughly on par with Despicable Me 2. More...

Weekend Predictions: Can Despicable have a Picable Opening?

June 29th, 2017

Despicable Me 3

Despicable Me 3 should dominate the box office this weekend, which is good news, because the last few weeks have been underwhelming. In fact, we haven’t had a monster hit since Wonder Woman started the month off with a bang. The House is an R-rated comedy, but since the last such film to come out bombed, I’m a little worried about its chances. Baby Driver opened on Wednesday and its early numbers are promising. It won’t be a $100 million hit, but it should earn a solid profit for Sony. This weekend last year, there were no monster hits at the box office, but there was solid depth. This weekend, we should be much stronger on top, while the depth won’t be that much weaker, leading to 2017 ending its mini-losing streak. More...

International Box Office: Last Knight Shines Bright with $196.2 million

June 29th, 2017

Transformers: The Last Knight

Transformers: The Last Knight dominated the international box office chart earning $196.2 million in 40 markets, picking up first place in each of those markets. There’s good news and bad news. Good news, this is slightly ahead of Age of Extinction’s combined opening in these markets. Bad news, most of it came from China, where studios only get 25% of the box office, instead of an average 40% in other international markets. The Chinese debut was impressive, $127.24 million on 7,800 screens, including previews. It also did well in South Korea with $9.53 million on 1,727 screens over the weekend for a total opening of $12.87 million. It was nearly as potent in Russia with $8.45 million on 1,456 screens. On the other hand, its openings in the U.K. ($5.90 million in 577 theaters) and in Australia ($3.39 million on 539 screens) were actually worse than its opening here, given the relative size of the markets involved. The film has yet to open in several major markets, including France, where it opens this weekend, so it should remain active on the international chart for a while. More...

Weekend Wrap-up: Knight is First for the Weekend, Last for the Franchise with $44.68 million

June 27th, 2017

Transformers: The Last Knight

Transformers: The Last Knight had the weekend to itself, but it couldn’t take advantage earning $44.68 million / $68.48 million over the full five days. It earned less over five days than last year’s winner, Finding Dory, earned over three days. Wonder Woman remained in second place becoming just the third film released in 2017 to hit $300 million, but there was not much else to celebrate at the box office. This explains why the overall box office fell 27% from last weekend down to $139 million. More importantly, this is 26% lower than the same weekend last year. 2017 is still ahead of 2016, but its lead was cut in half to just 1.3% or $70 million. This is a little distressing. More...

Weekend Estimates: Will International Earnings Be Enough to Save Last Knight?

June 25th, 2017

Transformers: The Last Knight

A tepid $45.3 million Friday-to-Sunday domestic weekend for Transformers: The Last Knight is pretty much unmitigated bad news for Paramount Pictures. The studio is in desperate need of a hit, and the Transformers franchise is by far their biggest property. Even including the film’s grosses from Wednesday and Thursday, its $69 million debut is barely in the top ten for the year so far, and poor reviews and a B+ CinemaScore mean that it won’t have significant legs, even with a bit of help from the upcoming July 4 weekend. So all eyes are going to be on its overseas performance. More...

Friday Estimates: Dawn of a New Day for Last Knight

June 24th, 2017

Transformers: The Last Knight

Transformers: The Last Knight suffered a 48% plummet on Thursday to earn just $8.14 million; however, it bounced back on Friday with $13.69 million. If we again compare this to Dark of the Moon, which is the last film in the franchise to open on a Wednesday, we get mixed messages. The Last Knight fell faster on Thursday (48% to 43%) but bounced back more on Friday (68% to 53%). If we assume The Last Knight will continue to outperform Dark of the Moon over the rest of the weekend, then it will earn about $42 million over the three-day weekend and $66 million over five. This is the worst opening in the franchise by a wide margin, but there is good news for Paramount, as the film earned $41.46 million during its first day in China, and $47.55 million if you include previews. The international numbers will save this film and justify more sequels. More...

Weekend Predictions: Last Knight Opened Last Night with $15.65 million

June 22nd, 2017

Transformers: The Last Knight

Transformers: The Last Knight got off to a weak start on Wednesday earning only $15.65 million. That’s not a great start. Fortunately, Cars 3 and Wonder Woman should have strong holds this weekend and that will help the overall box office numbers. They probably won’t help enough to top this weekend last year in the year-over-year comparison, but it should be close. More...

International Box Office: The Mummy Tumbles, Still Tops Chart with $53.0 million

June 22nd, 2017

The Mummy

The Mummy remained on top of the international box office chart, but it fell more than 60% to $53.0 million in 68 markets for totals of $239.1 million internationally and $296.2 million worldwide. The film opened in first place in France, but with just $3.0 million on 615 screens. Its biggest market overall was China, where it was down 77% to $11.63 million over the weekend for a two-week total of $81.62 million. Its best market is arguably South Korea, where it added $3.73 million on 933 screens over the weekend for a two-week total of $23.64 million. The only major market left for the film is Japan, where it opens at the end of the month. It is on pace for about $400 million worldwide, which is not enough to pay for its $195 million production budget. Even if it is a bigger than expected hit on the home market, it will have trouble covering its combined production and advertising budget, which is at least $300 million. More...

Theater Averages: Audiences Take a $22,310 Journey with Hare Krishna

June 21st, 2017

The Journey

Hare Krishna! The Mantra, The Movement and the Swami Who Started it All earned first place on the theater chart with $22,310 in one theater. The Journey debuted in second place with an average of $16,448 in two theaters. Up next were a trio of wide releases, including the overall number one film, Cars 3, with an average of $12,615. All Eyes on Me opened with an average of $10,698. The only holdover in the $10,000 club was Wonder Woman, which spent its third week in the $10,000 club with an average of $10,271. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Cars 3 Crosses the Finish Line with $53.69 million

June 20th, 2017

Cars 3

As expected, Cars 3 earned first place over the weekend, but it did so with just $53.69 million, which is lower than anticipated. On the other hand, Wonder Woman remains one of the most impressive wide releases of 2017 when it comes to legs. Even if it didn’t earn another dollar, it would still have above average legs. All Eyez on Me went off to a fast start, but has a troubling internal multiplier, which doesn’t bode well for its future. Overall, the box office rose 31% from last weekend to $189 million. Unfortunately, it fell 19% from the same weekend last year and that’s more important. Fortunately, 2017 still has a sizable lead over 2016 at $5.16 billion to $5.00 billion. More...

Weekend Estimates: Cars 3 Has Fast Opening Lap

June 17th, 2017

Cars 3

As anticipated, Cars 3 is cruising to the top of the box office chart this weekend, with Disney predicting a weekend of $53.547 million, as of Sunday morning. While that’s a very respectable figure in anyone’s book (and continues Disney’s domination at the box office this year), it’s down markedly from Cars 2’s $66.1 million opening weekend in 2011, and points towards a final domestic box office around $150 million. If that proves to be the case, it’ll be the second-worst performer ever for Pixar, beating only The Good Dinosaur. Talk of a decline at Pixar is over-blown, in my opinion, but this is still a so-so result by their high standards. More...

Friday Estimates: Cars Doesn’t Burn up the Track, Still Wins Friday with $19.5 million

June 17th, 2017

Cars 3

As expected, Cars 3 earned first place on Friday, but it was a little more subdued than expected, with just $19.5 million for the day. This is a higher opening day than The Lego Batman Movie managed, but family films have a much higher internal multiplier outside of summer, because kids won’t be able to see the movie during matinees on the Friday. If it has the same internal multiplier as Finding Dory had, it would open with $48 million. While Cars 3’s reviews are not as good, it earned an A from CinemaScore, the same as Dory did. Furthermore, Cars 3 is being seen much more by kids than Dory was, as that film had a larger share of adult animation fans, so this should also help its legs. It won’t match our prediction of $58 million, but $51 million is still a great result. More...

Weekend Predictions: Will Cars Take the Checkered Flag?

June 15th, 2017

Cars 3

It’s a busy week with four truly wide releases, led by Cars 3. The latest film from Pixar is widely expected to earn first place at the box office, but it is part of the only Pixar franchise that isn’t a critical darling. Rough Night is playing in 3,000 theaters, but its early reviews are mixed and that's not going to help its box office numbers. All Eyez on Me is playing in 2,450 theaters, but its early reviews are even worse. Meanwhile, 47 Meters Down’s early reviews were 78% positive, but that has since changed for the worse. This weekend last year, there were two wide releases, Finding Dory and Central Intelligence, which earned a combined $170 million. There’s no way the four new releases coming out this week will match that. Even another strong hold by Wonder Woman won’t make a difference in the year-over-year competition and 2017 is going to lose. More...

International Box Office: The Mummy Comes Alive Internationally with $140.76 million

June 14th, 2017

The Mummy

The Mummy debuted in first place on the international chart with $140.76 million on 19,078 screens in 63 markets. The film’s biggest market was China, no surprise there. It earned $52.4 million on 7,364 screens, which is better than Wonder Woman’s opening there last weekend. The film did even better in South Korea, relatively speaking, with an opening weekend of $8.61 million on 1,254 screens over the weekend for a total opening of $17.80 million. This includes a record for opening day in that market of $6.6 million, while the total opening was the best for Universal. On the downside, the film struggled in the U.K. earning second place with $4.2 million in 563 theaters. That’s weaker than its performance here, relative to the size of the two markets. Furthermore, the film only has two major markets left to open in, France and Japan, while its reviews will likely really hurt its legs. It will earn enough worldwide to pay for its production budget, assuming the $125 million reports are accurate. More...

Theater Averages: Beatriz Fills Up with Average of $28,392

June 13th, 2017

Beatriz-at-Dinner

Beatriz at Dinner led the way on the theater average chart with an average of $28,392 in five theaters. Last week’s winner, Wonder Woman, was pushed into second place with a still impressive average of $14,050. The final film in the $10,000 club was The Hero with an average of $11,329 in four theaters. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Wonder Woman is the Spider-Man of Super Heroes

June 13th, 2017

Wonder Woman

The weekend box office had a few surprises, some positive and some negative. On the positive side, Wonder Woman had the best hold for a major super hero movie since Spider-Man and is on pace for $340 million to $375 million. On the negative side were all three new releases. The Mummy finished on the low side of already low expectations, while It Comes At Night pleased critics, but not moviegoers. Meanwhile, Megan Leavey missed the Mendoza Line. Overall, the box office fell 22% from last weekend to $144 million. This is 5.7% lower than this weekend last year. Fortunately, since this time last week, 2017 expanded its lead over 2016 by about $20 million at $4.90 billion to $4.73 billion. We are almost halfway through the year, so a $175 million / 3.7% lead is solid. It isn’t impossible for that lead to evaporate, but it is enough to be cautiously optimistic about the final tally. More...

Weekend Estimates: Mummy’s $32 Million Debut No Match for Wonder Woman

June 11th, 2017

The Mummy

There are precious few crumbs of comfort to be found from Universal’s launch of The Mummy this weekend. The studio is projecting a $32.2 million opening this weekend from 4,035 theaters. That will be a fairly distant second to Wonder Woman, which is expected to earn about $57.1 million. Even the bright news—that this is Tom Cruise’s biggest global opening weekend—comes with an asterisk. More...

Friday Estimates: Wonder Woman Wows Again with $15.8 million

June 10th, 2017

Wonder Woman

At the beginning of the month, I assumed this weekend would be a close race between Wonder Woman and The Mummy. I assumed The Mummy would at least win on Friday, but that’s not the case, as Wonder Woman remains the number one box office draw. The film earned $15.8 million on Friday, which is 59% lower than its opening Friday. It should bounce back on Saturday and finish the weekend with $53 million, which is just a 49% sophomore stint drop-off. A super hero movie falling less than 50% during its second weekend of release is simply stunning. Granted, its reviews are among the best of the year, so having better than average legs was expect. That said, a 49% drop-off is still an amazing performance and should lead to more than a few movie executives to look for ways to copy its success. More...

Thursday Night Previews: Is The Mummy Dead on Arrival with $2.66 million?

June 9th, 2017

The Mummy

The Mummy started its domestic box office run last night earning $2.66 million in previews. This is well below expectations and it was already expected to struggle. To put this into perspective, it only earned approximately a quarter of what Wonder Woman managed last week and less than half of what Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales earned the weekend before that. Add in reviews that are just 20% positive and there’s a chance the film’s word-of-mouth will kill the film’s legs by this evening. At this point, a $30 million opening could be asking too much. $25 million isn’t even a sure thing anymore. More...

Weekend Predictions: Can Mummy Bury the Competition?

June 8th, 2017

The Mummy

Last weekend was a great one at the box office with Wonder Woman earning over $100 million during its opening. This weekend isn’t expected to be nearly as potent. The biggest new release is The Mummy, which is supposed to be the start of the Dark Universe, but its reviews suggest this combined universe will be short-lived. It Comes At Night could become A24’s biggest hit, although that’s not a particularly high bar. Finally there’s Megan Leavey. It isn’t expected to open truly wide, but it only needs about $2 million to reach the top ten. This weekend last year was similar in terms of box office strength. The Conjuring 2: The Enfield Poltergeist led the way with barely more than $40 million, while there were two other new releases to top $20 million. This year’s crop of new films is nowhere near as good as that; however, the holdovers should make up the difference leaving 2017 ahead in the year-over-year comparison. More...

International Box Office: Wonder Woman Opens Above Century Mark with $122.5 million

June 7th, 2017

Wonder Woman

Wonder Woman opened in first place on the international chart with $122.5 million in 55 markets for a global opening weekend of $225.8 million. Unsurprisingly, the film’s biggest market was China, where it opened in first place with $38.96 million. This is about $10 million less than Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2 opened with recently, but then again, that was a sequel, so it is not an entirely fair comparison. Should Wonder Woman have better legs there, then it could still hit $100 million in that market. Other big markets for the movie include South Korea, where it earned $6.40 million on 1,034 screens over the weekend for a total opening of $8.41 million. This is better than Suicide Squad managed in that market, but behind Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. Brazil and Mexico were close behind with $8.3 million and $8.22 million respectively. This is better than Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2, but not as good as BvS or Suicide Squad. On the other hand, the film struggled somewhat in the U.K earning $8.00 million in 599 screens, which was still enough for first place. It only managed second place in Russia with $3.99 million on 1,194 screens. Overall, the studio should be happy with these results and I bet there’s a sequel already in early stages of development. More...

Contest: Wonder Why: Winning Announcement

June 7th, 2017

Wonder Woman

The winners of our Wonder Why contest were determined and the entrants with the closest predictions for Wonder Woman’s opening weekend were... More...

Theater Averages: Wonder Woman Kisses the Top of the Chart with $24,790

June 7th, 2017

Wonder Woman

Wonder Woman dominated the theater average chart with an average of $24,790. Second place went to The Exception, a.k.a., The Kaiser’s Last Kiss, which earned an average of $10,675 in two theaters. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Wonder Woman’s Wonderful $103.25 million Start

June 6th, 2017

Wonder Woman

The overall box office bounced back after a weak Memorial Day thanks to two critically acclaimed movies. Wonder Woman led the way with $103.25 million, while Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie was way back with $23.85 million. Overall, the weekend box office pulled in $185 million, which is 31% more than last weekend. It is also 37% more than the same weekend last year. This helped 2017’s lead over 2016 grow by nearly a full percentage point to 3.5% at $4.69 billion to $4.52 billion. More...

Thursday Night Previews: Wonder Woman has Wonderful $11 million Start

June 2nd, 2017

Wonder Woman

Wonder Woman had the third best previews for 2017 so far at $11 million. Only Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2 ($17.0 million) and Beauty and the Beast ($16.4 million) have topped it, while it is double what Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales earned just last weekend. This represents the biggest previews for a movie directed by a woman, surpassing Fifty Shades of Grey and I'm very happy this film took away a record from Fifty Shades. So what does this tell us about the film’s box office chances? Sadly, not much. It is right were most people were expecting, so I don’t feel the need to adjust our prediction, but there are a lot of unknown factors that could affect the weekend number. Firstly, the film’s reviews are 93% positive and the word-of-mouth should be just as strong. However, the Fangirl Effect could frontload the film’s box office numbers, thus hurting its legs. There have not been enough female led superhero movies to come out to make a judgment at this time. At the moment, $100 million seems safe, but that could change this time tomorrow when the Friday estimates come in and that number could drop to $90 million or rise to $120 million. Hopefully it is the latter. More...

Contest: Wrap It Up

June 2nd, 2017

The Mummy

There are two, maybe three wide releases coming out next week; however, if Wonder Woman lives up to expectations, it will have a great shot at repeating in top spot. The only film with a chance of earning first place is The Mummy. Because it is clearly the biggest new release, it is the only real choice for the target film in this week’s box office prediction contest. In order to win, one must simply predict the opening weekend box office number for The Mummy.

Whoever comes the closest to predicting the film's opening 3-day weekend box office (Friday to Sunday), without going over, will win a Frankenprise consisting of their choice of either one TV on DVD release, two movies, or a kids package (could be a theatrical release, a couple of single-disc TV on DVD releases, or a full season TV on DVD release). Whoever comes the closest to predicting the film's opening 3-day weekend box office (Friday to Sunday), without going under, will also win a Frankenprize, as described above. Finally, we will be choosing an entrant from the group of people who haven't won, or haven't won recently, and they will win the final Frankenprize, as described above.

Entries must be received by 10 a.m., Pacific Time on Friday to be eligible, so don't delay! More...

Weekend Predictions: New Releases are Going to be Wonderful

June 2nd, 2017

Wonder Woman

It’s the first weekend of June and it looks like it could be a monster weekend. Wonder Woman could earn over $100 million during the weekend, while Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie is hoping to hit $100 million in total. Both have a great chance of getting there. Add in some solid holdovers and this weekend should earn close to $200 million. By comparison, this weekend last year was nowhere near as strong with Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows earning first place with just $35.32 million. Wonder Woman will earn more than that opening day. There’s a chance Wonder Woman will earn more over the weekend than the top five earned this weekend last year. More...

2017 Preview: June

June 1st, 2017

Despicable Me 3

May was a really soft month with only one unqualified hit, Guardians of the Galaxy, Vol. 2, which is climbing towards $375 million domestically. The second biggest hit of the month will be Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales and I would be surprised if it tops $150 million by any serious margin. June looks a lot more profitable. There are five weeks and every week there is at least one film with a great shot at $100 million or more. In fact, there are four films with at least a decent shot at $200 million and we could double the number of $300 million hits released so far this year. Wonder Woman is widely expected to start the month with an explosive debut and pulling in more than $100 million during its opening weekend is more and more likely. That said, Despicable Me 3 will probably end up being the biggest hit overall with over $300 million. Meanwhile, Cars 3 and Transformers: The Last Knight are both aiming for $200 million. Last June was not particularly strong, outside of one hit. Finding Dory earned nearly $500 million domestically, while the second best film, Central Intelligence, barely earned a quarter of that. I don’t think any film will come close to Finding Dory, but there’s a lot more depth this time around and I have high hopes 2017 will extend its lead. More...

Contest: Wonder Why

May 25th, 2017

Wonder Woman

Next weekend is the first weekend of June and Wonder Woman is hoping to get the month off to a very fast start and should become one of the biggest hits of the year so far. (Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie is just hoping to thrive in a counter-programming role.) I’m not saying Wonder Woman will open with $100 million, but it could earn more during its opening weekend than the top four did the same weekend last year. Because it is going to dominate the box office so much, it is the only real choice for the target film in this week’s box office prediction contest. In order to win, one must simply predict the opening weekend box office number for Wonder Woman.

Whoever comes the closest to predicting the film's opening 3-day weekend box office (Friday to Sunday), without going over, will win a Frankenprise consisting of their choice of either one TV on DVD release, two movies, or a kids package (could be a theatrical release, a couple of single-disc TV on DVD releases, or a full season TV on DVD release). Whoever comes the closest to predicting the film's opening 3-day weekend box office (Friday to Sunday), without going under, will also win a Frankenprize, as described above. Finally, we will be choosing an entrant from the group of people who haven't won, or haven't won recently, and they will win the final Frankenprize, as described above.

Entries must be received by 10 a.m., Pacific Time on Friday to be eligible, so don't delay! More...

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May 10th, 2017

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Domestic Cumulative Box Office Records


Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2017/06/02 1 $103,251,471   4,165 $24,790   $103,251,471 3
2017/06/09 1 $58,520,672 -43% 4,165 $14,051   $206,343,175 10
2017/06/16 2 $41,268,850 -29% 4,018 $10,271   $275,095,580 17
2017/06/23 2 $24,906,310 -40% 3,933 $6,333   $318,111,468 24
2017/06/30 4 $15,706,011 -37% 3,404 $4,614   $346,235,486 31
2017/07/07 4 $9,822,105 -37% 3,091 $3,178   $368,473,296 38
2017/07/14 6 $6,802,386 -31% 2,744 $2,479   $380,603,464 45

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2017/06/02 1 $38,247,254   4,165 $9,183   $38,247,254 1
2017/06/03 1 $35,253,398 -8% 4,165 $8,464   $73,500,652 2
2017/06/04 1 $29,750,819 -16% 4,165 $7,143   $103,251,471 3
2017/06/05 1 $11,757,063 -60% 4,165 $2,823   $115,008,534 4
2017/06/06 1 $14,342,175 +22% 4,165 $3,443   $129,350,709 5
2017/06/07 1 $9,326,011 -35% 4,165 $2,239   $138,676,720 6
2017/06/08 1 $9,145,783 -2% 4,165 $2,196   $147,822,503 7
2017/06/09 1 $15,701,461 +72% 4,165 $3,770   $163,523,964 8
2017/06/10 1 $24,003,287 +53% 4,165 $5,763   $187,527,251 9
2017/06/11 1 $18,815,924 -22% 4,165 $4,518   $206,343,175 10
2017/06/12 1 $6,266,071 -67% 4,165 $1,504   $212,609,246 11
2017/06/13 1 $8,851,388 +41% 4,165 $2,125   $221,460,634 12
2017/06/14 1 $6,344,618 -28% 4,165 $1,523   $227,805,252 13
2017/06/15 1 $6,021,478 -5% 4,165 $1,446   $233,826,730 14
2017/06/16 3 $10,845,317 +80% 4,018 $2,699   $244,672,047 15
2017/06/17 2 $15,577,690 +44% 4,018 $3,877   $260,249,737 16
2017/06/18 2 $14,845,843 -5% 4,018 $3,695   $275,095,580 17
2017/06/19 2 $4,808,414 -68% 4,018 $1,197   $279,903,994 18
2017/06/20 2 $5,444,169 +13% 4,018 $1,355   $285,348,163 19
2017/06/21 3 $3,848,683 -29% 4,018 $958   $289,196,846 20
2017/06/22 3 $4,008,312 +4% 4,018 $998   $293,205,158 21
2017/06/23 3 $7,396,325 +85% 3,933 $1,881   $300,601,483 22
2017/06/24 2 $10,046,428 +36% 3,933 $2,554   $310,647,911 23
2017/06/25 2 $7,463,557 -26% 3,933 $1,898   $318,111,468 24
2017/06/26 2 $3,067,190 -59% 3,933 $780   $321,178,658 25
2017/06/27 3 $3,905,172 +27% 3,933 $993   $325,083,830 26
2017/06/28 4 $2,764,377 -29% 3,933 $703   $327,848,207 27
2017/06/29 3 $2,681,268 -3% 3,933 $682   $330,529,475 28
2017/06/30 4 $4,382,471 +63% 3,404 $1,287   $334,911,946 29
2017/07/01 4 $6,066,112 +38% 3,404 $1,782   $340,978,058 30
2017/07/02 4 $5,257,428 -13% 3,404 $1,544   $346,235,486 31
2017/07/03 3 $4,302,245 -18% 3,404 $1,264   $350,537,731 32
2017/07/04 3 $4,064,569 -6% 3,404 $1,194   $354,602,300 33
2017/07/05 3 $2,072,633 -49% 3,404 $609   $356,674,933 34
2017/07/06 3 $1,976,258 -5% 3,404 $581   $358,651,191 35
2017/07/07 4 $2,994,237 +52% 3,091 $969   $361,645,428 36
2017/07/08 4 $4,044,218 +35% 3,091 $1,308   $365,689,646 37
2017/07/09 4 $2,783,650 -31% 3,091 $901   $368,473,296 38
2017/07/10 4 $1,184,238 -57% 3,091 $383   $369,657,534 39
2017/07/11 4 $1,640,127 +38% 3,091 $531   $371,297,661 40
2017/07/12 4 $1,255,188 -23% 3,091 $406   $372,552,849 41
2017/07/13 4 $1,248,229 -1% 3,091 $404   $373,801,078 42
2017/07/14 7 $2,035,125 +63% 2,744 $742   $375,836,203 43
2017/07/15 6 $2,811,119 +38% 2,744 $1,024   $378,647,322 44
2017/07/16 6 $1,956,142 -30% 2,744 $713   $380,603,464 45
2017/07/17 5 $875,213 -55% 2,744 $319   $381,478,677 46
2017/07/18 5 $1,195,276 +37% 2,744 $436   $382,673,953 47
2017/07/19 5 $902,887 -24% 2,744 $329   $383,576,840 48
2017/07/20 5 $826,439 -8% 2,744 $301   $384,403,279 49
2017/07/21 9 $1,255,000 +52% 1,971 $637   $385,658,279 50

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2017/06/02 1 $147,822,503   4,165 $35,492   $147,822,503 7
2017/06/09 1 $86,004,227 -42% 4,165 $20,649   $233,826,730 14
2017/06/16 2 $59,378,428 -31% 4,018 $14,778   $293,205,158 21
2017/06/23 2 $37,324,317 -37% 3,933 $9,490   $330,529,475 28
2017/06/30 3 $28,121,716 -25% 3,404 $8,261   $358,651,191 35
2017/07/07 4 $15,149,887 -46% 3,091 $4,901   $373,801,078 42
2017/07/14 6 $10,602,201 -30% 2,744 $3,864   $384,403,279 49

Box Office Summary Per Territory

Territory Release
Date
Opening
Weekend
Opening
Weekend
Theaters
Maximum
Theaters
Theatrical
Engagements
Total
Box Office
Report
Date
Australia 6/2/2017 $5,041,877 605 605 2588 $22,600,000 7/17/2017
Brazil 6/2/2017 $8,300,000 0 0 0 $32,700,000 7/17/2017
Bulgaria 6/2/2017 $67,136 0 0 0 $310,618 7/19/2017
China 5/31/2017 $38,010,000 85361 85361 151894 $89,000,000 7/17/2017
Czech Republic 6/2/2017 $181,892 129 129 315 $569,000 7/19/2017
France 6/9/2017 $4,900,000 655 655 655 $15,200,000 7/17/2017
Germany 6/15/2017 $3,200,000 0 0 0 $8,500,000 7/17/2017
Hong Kong 5/30/2017 $0 0 0 0 $829,000 6/1/2017
India 6/3/2017 $0 0 0 0 $2,568,493 6/14/2017
Indonesia 6/2/2017 $0 0 0 0 $8,600,000 7/11/2017
Italy 6/1/2017 $1,225,247 0 0 0 $3,881,665 7/12/2017
Lithuania 6/2/2017 $25,755 124 124 280 $121,481 7/19/2017
Mexico 6/2/2017 $8,229,245 3517 3517 3517 $22,400,000 7/17/2017
Netherlands 6/15/2017 $912,843 111 201 757 $3,264,103 7/21/2017
New Zealand 6/2/2017 $964,649 121 121 650 $3,464,281 7/17/2017
Philippines 6/2/2017 $4,600,000 0 0 0 $10,600,000 7/11/2017
Portugal 6/2/2017 $279,281 111 111 453 $998,465 7/20/2017
Russia (CIS) 6/2/2017 $3,993,117 1194 1244 3826 $8,500,000 7/11/2017
Slovakia 6/2/2017 $114,552 71 71 182 $322,929 7/21/2017
South Korea 5/29/2017 $6,362,989 1034 1034 2413 $15,610,101 7/21/2017
Spain 6/23/2017 $2,276,661 607 607 1918 $7,267,759 7/21/2017
Taiwan 5/30/2017 $4,500,000 323 323 323 $11,000,000 7/17/2017
Turkey 6/2/2017 $460,990 506 506 1669 $1,723,000 7/14/2017
United Kingdom 6/2/2017 $7,962,397 599 624 3509 $27,600,000 7/17/2017
 
Rest of World $86,536,244
 
International Total$384,167,139 7/21/2017

International Cumulative Box Office Records


Worldwide Cumulative Box Office Records


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