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En man som heter Ove (2016)

En man som heter Ove
Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $3,479,315Details
International Box Office $2,038,706Details
Worldwide Box Office $5,518,021
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Movie Details

Domestic Releases: September 30th, 2016 (Limited) by Music Box Films, released as A Man Called Ove
International Releases: May 25th, 2016 (Wide), released as A Man Called Ove (South Korea)
June 23rd, 2016 (Wide) (Netherlands)
July 1st, 2016 (Limited) (Russia (CIS))
October 28th, 2016 (Limited), released as Човек на име Уве (Bulgaria)
December 23rd, 2016 (Limited), released as Man Called Ove, A (New Zealand)
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Video Release: December 13th, 2016 by Music Box Films Video, released as A Man Called Ove
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for thematic content, some disturbing images, and language.
(Rating bulletin 2426 (Cert #50477), 5/25/2016)
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Keywords: Widow/Widower, Autumn Years, Neighbors from Hell, Sweden
Source:Based on Fiction Book/Short Story
Genre:Comedy
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Countries: Sweden

Cast

   Ove
Filip Berg    Young Ove
Ida Engvoll    Sonja
Bahar Pars    Parvaneh
Tobias Almborg    Patrick
Klas Wiljergard    Jimmy
Chatarina Larsson    Anita
Börje Lundberg    Rune
Stefan Godicke    Ove’s Dad
Anna-Lena Bergelin    Journalist
Simeon Lindgren    Young Rune
Maja Rung    Young Anita
Fredrik Evers    Anders
Poyan Kamiri    Mirsad

Production and Technical Credits

Director   
Screenwriter    Hannes Holm
Producer    Annica Bellander
Producer    Nicklas Wikstrom Nicastro
Executive Producer    Fredrik Wikstrom
Executive Producer    Michael Hjort
Co-Producer    Lone Korslund
Co-Producer    Jessica Ask
Co-Producer    Hanne Palmquist
Co-Producer    Per Bouveng
Costume    Goran Hallberg
Make-up    Eva von Bahr
Make-up    Larson Love
Production Designer    Jan-Olof Agren
Editor    Fredrik Morheden

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Domestic Cumulative Box Office Records


Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2016/09/30 42 $54,608   9 $6,068   $54,608 3
2016/10/07 37 $99,444 +82% 28 $3,552   $183,165 10
2016/10/14 25 $200,960 +102% 79 $2,544   $432,719 17
2016/10/21 25 $258,275 +29% 97 $2,663   $797,995 24
2016/10/28 20 $365,314 +41% 150 $2,435   $1,296,021 31
2016/11/04 20 $368,405 +1% 167 $2,206   $1,863,381 38
2016/11/11 19 $366,140 -1% 193 $1,897   $2,413,242 45
2016/11/18 22 $243,394 -34% 165 $1,475   $2,810,632 52
2016/11/25 33 $123,023 -49% 88 $1,398   $3,030,049 59
2016/12/02 35 $67,674 -45% 73 $927   $3,151,572 66
2016/12/09 35 $49,516 -27% 60 $825   $3,239,661 73
2016/12/16 43 $18,547 -63% 33 $562   $3,288,622 80
2016/12/30 50 $8,934   12 $745   $3,336,006 94
2017/01/06 48 $7,220 -19% 13 $555   $3,358,518 101
2017/01/13 54 $1,946 -73% 6 $324   $3,371,692 108

Daily Box Office Performance

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2016/09/30 41 $83,721   9 $9,302   $83,721 7
2016/10/07 38 $148,038 +77% 28 $5,287   $231,759 14
2016/10/14 25 $307,961 +108% 81 $3,802   $539,720 21
2016/10/21 24 $390,987 +27% 98 $3,990   $930,707 28
2016/10/28 20 $564,269 +44% 151 $3,737   $1,494,976 35
2016/11/04 20 $552,126 -2% 169 $3,267   $2,047,102 42
2016/11/11 18 $520,136 -6% 194 $2,681   $2,567,238 49
2016/11/18 28 $339,788 -35% 174 $1,953   $2,907,026 56
2016/11/25 31 $176,872 -48% 92 $1,923   $3,083,898 63
2016/12/02 37 $106,247 -40% 80 $1,328   $3,190,145 70
2016/12/09 36 $79,930 -25% 61 $1,310   $3,270,075 77
2016/12/16 47 $33,075 -59% 33 $1,002   $3,303,150 84
2016/12/23 54 $23,922 -28% 33 $725   $3,327,072 91
2016/12/30 50 $24,226 +1% 16 $1,514   $3,351,298 98
2017/01/06 44 $18,448 -24% 19 $971   $3,369,746 105
2017/01/13 49 $5,635 -69% 7 $805   $3,375,381 112
2017/01/20 54 $10,670 +89% 7 $1,524   $3,386,051 119
2017/01/27 44 $15,933 +49% 9 $1,770   $3,401,984 126
2017/02/03 50 $10,179 -36% 10 $1,018   $3,412,163 133
2017/02/10 59 $7,929 -22% 10 $793   $3,420,092 140
2017/02/17 52 $59,223 +647% 17 $3,484   $3,479,315 147

Box Office Summary Per Territory

Territory Release
Date
Opening
Weekend
Opening
Weekend
Theaters
Maximum
Theaters
Theatrical
Engagements
Total
Box Office
Report
Date
Australia 3/31/2017 $53,146 19 28 185 $389,232 8/7/2017
Bulgaria 10/28/2016 $0 0 0 0 $2,691 11/10/2016
Lithuania 1/13/2017 $1,198 3 5 8 $3,027 2/21/2017
Mexico 6/16/2017 $77,569 0 0 0 $77,569 6/20/2017
Netherlands 6/23/2016 $61,996 37 41 368 $518,948 9/6/2016
New Zealand 12/23/2016 $11,402 33 33 243 $134,760 3/27/2017
Portugal 3/24/2017 $6,489 5 5 12 $10,926 4/14/2017
Russia (CIS) 7/1/2016 $5,346 40 40 40 $5,346 7/6/2016
Slovakia 5/12/2017 $2,103 12 12 28 $10,240 6/26/2017
South Korea 5/25/2016 $183,926 244 244 395 $653,512 9/21/2017
Spain 3/24/2017 $80,418 58 58 157 $187,765 4/21/2017
United Kingdom 6/30/2017 $44,690 26 26 26 $44,690 7/13/2017
 
International Total$2,038,706 9/21/2017

International Cumulative Box Office Records


Worldwide Cumulative Box Office Records


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