|Feb 24, 2006||2005 Academy Award Nominated Short Films||$28,571||$157,415||$157,415|
|Feb 16, 2007||2006 Academy Award Nominated Short Films||$105,709||$335,090||$335,090|
|Feb 15, 2008||2007 Academy Award Nominated Short Films||$197,664||$508,695||$508,695|
|Feb 6, 2009||2009 Oscar Shorts||$150,203||$644,635||$644,635|
|Feb 19, 2010||2010 Oscar Shorts||$291,360||$1,018,169||$1,018,169|
|Feb 11, 2011||2011 Oscar Shorts||$300,706||$1,352,152||$1,352,152|
|Feb 10, 2012||2012 Oscar Shorts||$412,304||$1,702,415||$1,702,415|
|Feb 1, 2013||2013 Oscar Shorts||$371,605||$2,142,342||$2,142,342|
|Jan 31, 2014||2014 Oscar Shorts||$329,505||$2,357,890||$2,357,890|
|Jan 30, 2015||2015 Oscar Shorts||$416,850||$2,412,493||$2,412,493|
|Jan 29, 2016||2016 Oscar Shorts||$559,502||$2,816,816||$2,816,816|
|Feb 10, 2017||2017 Oscar Shorts||$692,399||$2,824,661||$2,827,054|
Box Office History for Academy Award Short Film Nominations Movies
February 3rd, 2016
There was only one film in the $10,000 this week, Kung Fu Panda 3, which earned an average of $10,438. The best limited release was Rabin The Last Day, which opened with $7,940 in one theater.
January 31st, 2016
Kung Fu Panda 3 is making a solid start domestically this weekend with Fox projecting a $41 million debut. That’s the weakest start for any film in the franchise, behind the $47.7 million opening of Kung Fu Panda 2, and Kung Fu Panda’s $60.2 million back in 2008. The downward trend is in large part explained by the January release of the third movie, compared to June and May for the previous two. In fact, it still technically has a shot at having the best first weekend for a film in January, a record currently held by Ride Along with $41.5 million, although American Sniper really has bragging rights, with $89.3 million when it expanded wide last year. More importantly, Kung Fu Panda 3 opened with an estimated $57 million in China, a record for an animated film in the territory, and $75 million internationally.
February 25th, 2015
Wild Tales was the only film in the $10,000 club over the weekend earning an average of $21,275 in four theaters. However, What We Do in the Shadows is an interesting case. It expanded to 16 theaters over the weekend, sort of, earning an average of $8,033. The reason I said "sort of" is that in many theaters it had special showings, not a full run. It is really hard to reach the $10,000 mark on the per theater chart when several theaters are only showing the film once a night instead of more than a dozen times a weekend.
February 11th, 2015
Just like it did on the overall box office chart, The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water led the way on the per theater chart with an average of $15,206. This is surprisingly high compared to weekend predictions. There were two other films in the $10,000 club. Ballet 422 earned an average of $13,827 in two theaters and Old Fashioned was right behind with $12,988 in three.
February 3rd, 2015
Timbuktu was the only film in the $10,000 club this weekend earning an estimated average of $12,500 in four theaters. Running Man came close with an average of $9,246 in 20 theaters. Impressively, Game Of Thrones: The IMAX Experience earned 15th place on the overall chart with $1.46 million in just over 200 theaters for an average of $7,142. This is enough to expect this to happen again, but I don't know if it will be a regular thing.
January 30th, 2015
The list is a little shorter than usual, not because there are few limited releases coming out this week, but because we have a spotlight review for one of them. So to keep things a little more manageable, I'm going to focus on films that are either earning great reviews, or that earned some pre-release buzz. Speaking of great reviews, Timbuktu is living up to its Oscar nomination with 97% positive reviews. Also coming out this week are the Oscar Nominated Shorts, so fans of short films should rush out to theaters.
February 5th, 2014
Tim's Vermeer led the way on the per theater chart with an average of $14,468 in four theaters. It was the only film to reach $10,000 on the per theater chart this weekend. Peter Brook: The Tightrope did make $10,301 in one theater, but that was over five days. Over the weekend, it pulled in $6,768.
March 5th, 2013
There was only one film able to top $10,000 on the per theater chart, as Stoker earned an average of $22,935 in seven theaters. Its reviews were only good and not great, so I'm not sure how well it will do next week.
February 21st, 2013
No led the way on the per theater chart with an average of $17,936 in four theaters. The Gatekeepers remained strong with an average of $11,296 in four theaters during its third weekend of release. This is very impressive longevity.
Note: This list contains actors which appear in at least 2 movies of the franchise.
Note: This list contains people who contributed to at least 2 movies of the franchise.