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Box Office History for Resident Evil Movies

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Release DateMovieProduction
Box Office
Box Office
Mar 15, 2002 Resident Evil $35,000,000 $17,707,106 $40,119,709 $103,787,401  
Sep 10, 2004 Resident Evil: Apocalypse $50,000,000 $23,036,273 $50,740,078 $125,168,734  
Sep 21, 2007 Resident Evil: Extinction $45,000,000 $23,678,580 $50,648,679 $146,162,920  
Dec 27, 2008 Resident Evil: Degeneration     $0 $0  
Sep 10, 2010 Resident Evil: Afterlife $57,500,000 $26,650,264 $60,128,566 $295,874,190 Play
Sep 14, 2012 Resident Evil: Retribution $65,000,000 $21,052,227 $42,345,531 $238,940,997 Play
Jan 27, 2017 Resident Evil: The Final Chapter     $0 $31,559,988 Play
 Totals$252,500,000 $243,982,563$941,494,230 
Release DateMovieDomestic
DVD Sales
Blu-ray Sales
Total Domestic
Video Sales
Jan 1, 2008 Resident Evil: Extinction $34,573,212 $497,188 $35,070,400
Dec 27, 2008 Resident Evil: Degeneration $11,118,953   $11,118,953
Dec 28, 2010 Resident Evil: Afterlife $22,204,203 $13,070,343 $35,274,546
Dec 21, 2012 Resident Evil: Retribution $15,702,433 $6,200,021 $21,902,454

Home Market Releases for January 17th, 2017

January 17th, 2017

Long Way North

The are not many major releases on this week’s home market release list. The Girl on the Train is the biggest, but it is not the best. It is not even close to being the best. The race for best was mostly a two-way race between Long Way North and Ouija: Origin of Evil, with Ixcanul and Train to Busan being close behind. In the end, I went with Long Way North on Blu-ray Combo Pack as the Pick of the Week, but all four are worth owning. More...

2017 Preview: January

January 1st, 2017

xXx: Return of Xander Cage

December box office numbers helped 2016 end on ... a note. The good news and the bad news almost exactly balance out. On the one hand, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story will finish the year with more than $400 million after just 16 days of release. That’s a stunning amount of money that helped 2016 earn a record box office at the domestic market. However, Star Wars: The Force Awakens earned $650 million during December of 2015, so the month lost a lot of its lead over 2015, so much so that ticket sales fell behind last year’s total. The weakness at the end of the year will spill over into 2017, which is terrible news. A slow start could result in the dominant box office story being 2017 struggles compared to 2016. Bad news like this can sometimes become a self-fulfilling prophecy. Sadly, 2017 is also going to get off to a slow start when it comes to wide releases / expansions. There are 16 films scheduled to open or expand wide this month and none of them are expected to get to $100 million. It is likely none of them will even get very close. xXx: Return of Xander Cage is expected to be the best of a weak bunch, but I could see it getting beat by one of the five Oscar contenders opening wide this month, if it gets off to a slow start and one of the Oscar contenders starts picking up steam. Hidden Figures got off to a great start on Christmas Day and should it continue to earn Awards Season recognition, including some Oscar nominations, it could be in wide release well into February. Last January wasn’t as busy with 13 films opening or expanding wide over five weeks. Of these, two of them, The Revenant and Kung Fu Panda 3, topped $100 million domestically, while another, Ride Along 2, came close. 2017 is going to get destroyed in the year-over-year comparison. More...

2014 Preview: February

January 31st, 2014

Lego poster

After a weak start, January rebounded and a couple of films on last month's preview cracked $100 million at the box office. Granted, Lone Survivor is technically a December release, but Ride Along will become one of the rare January releases to reach the century mark. Unfortunately, there doesn't appear to be too many February releases that have a real shot at $100 million. It is very likely that The Lego Movie will reach that milestone, but most of the rest of the movies will be lucky if they reach $50 million. Last February was very similar. We had one surprise $100 million hit, Identity Thief, plus a couple of solid midlevel hits, Warm Bodies, for instance. However, for the most part, the month was one miss after another. This means 2014 could continue its winning ways, or at the very least, shouldn't fall behind 2013's pace. More...

Featured Blu-ray / DVD Review: World War Z

September 26th, 2013

World War Z was one of the most anticipated films of the summer, as it was based on a popular book and starred Brad Pitt, one of the biggest movie stars around. However, there were hints of problems, including extensive reshoots. In the end, it cost $190 million to make and while it pulled in more than $500 million worldwide, it will likely need a little help on the home market to break even. Will it break even on the home market? Or is it a flawed execution to a really good idea? More...

2013 Preview: June

June 2nd, 2013

May ended on a mixed note, but there was still enough to celebrate. Of the seven films I thought had a legitimate shot at $100 million, four have already gotten there, one more is a sure thing, and another has a good shot as well. Only one, After Earth, will definitely fail to get to that milestone. (Although Now You See Me might get there instead.) Looking forward to June, there are four weekends, each with two wide releases, for a total of eight films. Of those eight, six have a legitimate shot at $100 million. One, Monsters University, should have no trouble getting to $200 million, and another, Man of Steel, should top $300 million. It is hard to compare this June with last June, because last June there were five weekends. Taking that into account and ignoring the first week, which lines up with the final week of May, there were eight wide releases. Of those eight, five hit $100 million, including three $200 million movies. There were no $300 million movies, so if the two big hits this month do as well as expected, 2013 could come out ahead. More...

International Box Office: Croods Overpower Oz

March 28th, 2013

The Croods debuted in first place on the international chart with $63.09 million on 11,709 screens in 46 markets, while its global opening was $106.73 million. The film led the way in Russia with $7.82 million on 2,166 screens over the weekend for a total opening of $12.65 million, including previews. It made $8.18 million on 521 screens in the U.K., also including previews, which was enough for an easy first place finish. Another first place victory came in Mexico, where it made $4.51 million on 1,990 screens over the weekend for a total opening of $8.80 million. It also debuted on top of the chart in Germany with $3.63 million on 728 screens over the weekend for a total opening of $4.21 million, while it had nearly identical results in Brazil with $3.35 million on 728 screens over the weekend for a total opening of $4.13 million. The film earned more number one debuts in Italy ($3.90 million on 711) and in Spain ($3.33 million on 763). More...

DVD and Blu-ray Releases for December 18th, 2012

December 16th, 2012

It's the last week before Christmas, which means it is the last chance for last minute gifts. There are a number of first-run releases coming out this week, some of which are not coming out till Friday, or even next Monday. There are also quite a few limited releases and TV on DVD releases hitting the home market this week. However, none of these were big hits and very few earned strong praise from critics. That doesn't mean there are none that are worth picking up. In fact, we have a trio of contenders for Pick of the Week. Shameless: The Complete Second Season on DVD or Blu-ray; Pitch Perfect on DVD or Blu-ray Combo Pack; and Arbitrage on DVD or Blu-ray. It was a close call, but in the end I went with Arbitrage. Also coming out this week is Rush: 2012 - CD and Blu-ray in a Deluxe Edition or Super Deluxe Edition, which is a clear winner of Puck of the Week. More...

Note: This list contains actors which appear in at least 2 movies of the franchise.

PersonNr. of
Box Office
Box Office
Milla Jovovich 6 Alice $941,494,230 $1,650,414,981 57.0%
Ali Larter 3 Claire Redfield $473,597,098 $1,129,894,491 41.9%
Shawn Roberts 3 Albert Wesker $566,375,175 $1,234,415,625 45.9%
Iain Glen 3 Dr. Isaacs $302,891,642 $982,750,617 30.8%
Sienna Guillory 3 Jill Valentine $510,272,651 $1,177,510,362 43.3%
Michelle Rodriguez 2 Rain $342,728,398 $6,837,070,260 5.0%
Oded Fehr 2 Carlos Olivera $271,331,654 $1,257,102,661 21.6%
Colin Salmon 2 One $342,728,398 $1,620,942,679 21.1%
Spencer Locke 2 K-Mart $442,037,110 $583,304,480 75.8%
Boris Kodjoe 2 Luther West $534,815,187 $766,671,664 69.8%
Mike Epps 2 L.J. $271,331,654 $1,748,956,972 15.5%

Note: This list contains people who contributed to at least 2 movies of the franchise.

PersonNr. of
Technical RoleFranchise
Box Office
Box Office
Paul W.S. Anderson 4 Producer (4)
Screenwriter (4)
Director (3)
$670,162,576 $918,509,522 73.0%
Jeremy Bolt 4 Producer (4) $670,162,576 $918,770,732 72.9%
Robert Kulzer 4 Producer (3)
Executive Producer (1)
$670,162,576 $1,161,613,068 57.7%
Samuel Hadida 4 Producer (4) $670,162,576 $1,415,672,025 47.3%
Victor Hadida 4 Executive Producer (3)
Co-Producer (1)
$670,162,576 $1,403,362,045 47.8%
Igor Meglic 3 Second Unit Camera (3) $567,205,844 $9,034,255,627 6.3%
Martin Moszkowicz 3 Executive Producer (3) $566,375,175 $954,384,037 59.3%
Bernd Eichinger 2 Producer (2) $399,661,591 $1,027,033,397 38.9%
Don Carmody 2 Producer (2) $534,815,187 $1,339,854,674 39.9%
Glen MacPherson 2 Cinematographer (2) $270,500,985 $509,341,381 53.1%
Hiroyuki Kobayashi 2 Associate Producer (2) $270,500,985 $270,500,985 100.0%
Dennis Berardi 2 Visual Effects Supervisor (2) $270,500,985 $551,261,177 49.1%
Suzanne M. Smith 2 Casting Director (2) $135,347,389 $164,839,211 82.1%