|Jan 17, 2014||Ride Along||$25,000,000||$41,516,170||$134,202,565||$153,733,800||Play|
|Jan 15, 2016||Ride Along 2||$40,000,000||$35,243,095||$90,862,685||$124,827,316||Play|
Box Office History for Ride Along Movies
|Apr 15, 2014||Ride Along||$21,199,004||$10,908,989||$32,107,993|
|Apr 12, 2016||Ride Along 2||$7,571,413||$5,145,916||$12,717,329|
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For example, if our weekly retail survey estimates that a particular title sold 1% of all units that week, and the industry reports sales of 1,500,000 units in total, we will estimate 15,000 units were sold of that title. The consumer spending estimate is based on the average sales price for the title in the retailers we survey.
We refine our estimates from week to week as more data becomes available. In particular, we adjust weekly sales figures for the quarter once the total market estimates are published by the Digital Entertainment Group. Figures will therefore fluctuate each week, and totals for individual titles can go up or down as we update our estimates.
Because sales figures are estimated based on sampling, they will be more accurate for higher-selling titles.
January 26th, 2016
It was a typical January weekend in many respects. There were three wide releases, all of which earned bad reviews, while none of them were big hits. However, none of them bombed either and there were six films to earn more than $10 million over the weekend. The Revenant led the way with $16.01 million, but that wasn't enough to help the overall box office. Week-over-week, the overall box office fell 32% to $114 million. Meanwhile, The Revenant earned less than 25% of what American Sniper earned this weekend last year and this resulted in a 28% drop year-over-year. Worse still, the 5.9% lead 2016 had over 2015 at the end of last weekend has evaporated and been turned into a 2.1% deficit at $838 million to $856 million. It is obviously very early in the year and this losing streak might end next week, so there's no reason to panic yet.
January 16th, 2016
As expected, Ride Along 2 earned first place on Friday, but it was a little softer than anticipated. The film earned $12 million during its first day of release, which is 17% less than Ride Along opened with back in 2014. Because this film is a sequel and the reviews are so weak, it will likely have a smaller internal multiplier. Additionally, Ride Along 2 cost more than the first film cost to make. That said, it still only cost $40 million and it looks like it will earn close to that much during its four-day weekend. There will be a part three of the franchise. They are just too profitable not to make another.
January 1st, 2016
2016 will begin the same way 2015 ended, with Star Wars: The Force Awakens on top. In fact, three of the five films that have the best shot at box office success in January are The Force Awakens, The Hateful Eight, and The Revenant, all of which opened in December. There are two true January releases that could also do really well, for this time of year: Ride Along 2 and Kung Fu Panda 3. The rest of the releases are just hoping to become midlevel hits. Last January, American Sniper dominated earning more than $300 million. Its success could prevent 2016 from being ahead in the year-over-year comparison by the end of the month, but this year does have better depth.
Note: This list contains actors which appear in at least 2 movies of the franchise.
|Ice Cube||2||James Payton||$278,561,116||$2,065,419,658||13.5%|
|Kevin Hart||2||Ben Barber||$278,561,116||$3,257,819,306||8.6%|
|Bruce McGill||2||Lt. Brooks||$278,561,116||$3,219,103,316||8.7%|
|Tika Sumpter||2||Angela Payton||$278,561,116||$425,647,735||65.4%|
Note: This list contains people who contributed to at least 2 movies of the franchise.
|Tim Story||2||Director (2)||$278,561,116||$1,253,340,724||22.2%|
|Phil Hay||2||Screenwriter (2)||$278,561,116||$851,207,518||32.7%|
Story Creator (1)
Based on Characters Created by (1)
|Matt Manfredi||2||Screenwriter (2)||$278,561,116||$851,207,518||32.7%|
|Ice Cube||2||Producer (2)||$278,561,116||$600,025,164||46.4%|
|Will Packer||2||Producer (2)||$278,561,116||$1,115,546,261||25.0%|
|Matt Alvarez||2||Producer (2)||$278,561,116||$593,364,827||46.9%|
|Larry Brezner||2||Producer (2)||$278,561,116||$361,731,305||77.0%|
|Nicolas Stern||2||Executive Producer (2)||$278,561,116||$916,191,067||30.4%|
|Ron Muhammad||2||Executive Producer (2)||$278,561,116||$332,965,318||83.7%|
|Chris Bender||2||Executive Producer (2)||$278,561,116||$3,042,676,600||9.2%|
|J.C. Spink||2||Executive Producer (2)||$278,561,116||$3,155,684,019||8.8%|
|Chris Cornwell||2||Production Designer (2)||$278,561,116||$1,531,881,562||18.2%|
|Christopher Lennertz||2||Composer (2)||$278,561,116||$2,729,283,758||10.2%|
|Barbara Kelly||2||Unit Production Manager (2)||$278,561,116||$1,468,805,046||19.0%|
|Amy McGary||2||Set Decorator (2)||$278,561,116||$453,898,690||61.4%|
|David Fletcher||2||Special Effects Coordinator (2)||$278,561,116||$708,029,806||39.3%|
|Debra Denson||2||Make up (2)||$278,561,116||$768,134,911||36.3%|
|Yolanda Sheridan||2||Make up (2)||$278,561,116||$375,106,514||74.3%|
|Kami Asgar||2||Supervising Sound Editor (2)||$278,561,116||$1,761,251,072||15.8%|
|Sean McCormack||2||Supervising Sound Editor (2)||$278,561,116||$1,304,394,449||21.4%|
|Benjamin L. Cook||2||
Sound Editor (1)
Sound Designer (1)
Sound Editor (1)
Sound Effects Editor (1)
|Todd Bozung||2||Music Editor (2)||$278,561,116||$951,540,058||29.3%|
|Jeff Vaughn||2||Score Recordist (2)||$278,561,116||$697,008,348||40.0%|