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Box Office History for The Smurfs Movies

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Release DateMovieProduction
Budget
Domestic
Opening
Weekend
Domestic
Box Office
Worldwide
Box Office
Trailer
Jul 29, 2011 The Smurfs $110,000,000 $35,611,637 $142,614,158 $563,749,323 Play
Jul 31, 2013 The Smurfs 2 $110,000,000 $17,548,389 $71,017,784 $348,547,523 Play
Apr 7, 2017 Smurfs: The Lost Village $60,000,000 $13,210,449 $45,011,202 $197,258,954 Play
 
 Totals$280,000,000 $258,643,144$1,109,555,800 
 Averages$93,333,333$22,123,492$86,214,381$369,851,933 
Release DateMovieDomestic
DVD Sales
Domestic
Blu-ray Sales
Total Domestic
Video Sales
Dec 2, 2011 The Smurfs $39,428,619 $14,752,602 $54,181,221
Dec 3, 2013 The Smurfs 2 $20,298,533 $11,699,240 $31,997,773
 
 Totals$59,727,152$26,451,842$86,178,994
 Averages$29,863,576$13,225,921$43,089,497

Featured Blu-ray and DVD Review: Smurfs: The Lost Village

July 9th, 2017

Smurfs: The Lost Village

Smurfs: The Lost Village is the third theatrical release in the franchise, but it is a reboot dropping the live action elements the first two films had. Unfortunately, it had the worst box office performance in the franchise and even though it did better internationally, there likely won’t be another film in the franchise for quite a while. Is this unfortunate news? Did the franchise finally find its footing? Or was it clear it was never going to get better? More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Baby and Beast Dominate Box Office with $26.36 million and $23.65 million

April 11th, 2017

The Boss Baby

It was a good weekend at the box office, considering the time of year, but this was almost entirely due to holdovers. The Boss Baby earned $26.36 million, which was within a rounding of our prediction, while Beauty and the Beast was relatively close behind. This meant the best new release, Smurfs: The Lost Village, only managed third place. Furthermore, it wasn’t even close to second place. Overall, the box office fell 30% from last weekend. More importantly, it was 14% higher than the same weekend last year. Year-to-date, 2017 has pulled in $3.15 billion becoming the fastest year to reach $3 billion. It is also 6.4% or $190 million ahead of last year’s pace. It is still early, but 2017 is starting to build up a lead that will act as a cushion when it inevitably hits a soft patch. More...

Weekend Predictions: Will it be Smurfs and the New Releases Get Lost in the Crowd?

April 6th, 2017

Smurfs: The Lost Village

It is the first weekend of April and there are two and a half films opening wide this week. The widest of these is Smurfs: The Lost Village, but direct competition is going to hurt it at the box office. Going in Style is aiming to be a sleeper hit, but its reviews will likely get in the way of that. Meanwhile, The Case for Christ is opening in barely more than 1,000 theaters and it is aiming for the churchgoing crowd and no one else. On the positive side, it is Easter next weekend, so it should have good legs. Unfortunately for the new releases, it looks like The Boss Baby will have a relatively easy time repeating in first place, while Beauty and the Beast will be close behind in second. This weekend last year, The Boss opened in first place with $23.59 million, while Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice was right behind with $23.36 million. This week we should have at least two films top that, perhaps even three if Smurfs: The Lost Village is on the high end of expectations. 2017 should continue to add to its lead over 2016. More...

International Box Office: Pacific Heats Up while Smurfs Feel a Little Blue

August 8th, 2013

Pacific Rim earned first place over the weekend with $53.0 million in 58 markets for a total of $200.4 million internationally and $293.3 million worldwide. It has made more internationally than it cost to make, but it will still need a lot of help to break even. The film's biggest market over the weekend was China, where it debuted in first place with $45 million. Unfortunately for the film, while studios take about 60% of the box office numbers in the United States (it varies per film) they only get about 20% of the box office in China. Or to be more accurate, they will only get about 20% of the box office, once the sales tax dispute is settled. Right now, they are getting nothing. More...

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

PersonNr. of
Movies
RoleFranchise
Worldwide
Box Office
Career
Worldwide
Box Office
Franchise
/
Career
Frank Welker 3 Azrael $1,109,555,800 $15,021,794,734 7.4%
Neil Patrick Harris 2 Patrick Winslow $912,296,846 $2,721,310,156 33.5%
Jayma Mays 2 Grace Winslow $912,296,846 $1,248,744,226 73.1%
Hank Azaria 2 Gargamel $912,296,846 $4,406,958,889 20.7%
Katy Perry 2 Smurfette $912,296,846 $1,000,570,978 91.2%
Alan Cumming 2 Gutsy Smurf $912,296,846 $2,954,716,684 30.9%
John Oliver 2 Vanity Smurf $912,296,846 $952,420,192 95.8%
George Lopez 2 Grouchy Smurf $912,296,846 $2,622,882,438 34.8%
Jonathan Winters 2 Papa Smurf $912,296,846 $1,318,053,408 69.2%
Jeff Foxworthy 2 Handy Smurf $912,296,846 $1,002,252,386 91.0%
Gary Basaraba 2 Hefty Smurf $912,296,846 $1,217,721,261 74.9%
Fred Armisen 2 Brainy Smurf $912,296,846 $1,471,323,479 62.0%
Kenan Thompson 2 Greedy Smurf $912,296,846 $1,463,759,678 62.3%
Anton Yelchin 2 Clumsy Smurf $912,296,846 $2,758,418,839 33.1%
B.J. Novak 2 Baker Smurf $912,296,846 $2,091,554,376 43.6%
Paul Reubens 2 Jokey Smurf $912,296,846 $1,966,827,411 46.4%

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

PersonNr. of
Movies
Technical RoleFranchise
Worldwide
Box Office
Career
Worldwide
Box Office
Franchise
/
Career
Jordan Kerner 3 Producer (3) $1,109,555,800 $1,265,937,891 87.6%
Raja Gosnell 3 Director (2)
Executive Producer (1)
$1,109,555,800 $3,511,750,612 31.6%
Ben Haber 3 Executive Producer (2)
Co-Executive Producer (1)
$1,109,555,800 $1,109,555,800 100.0%
Peyo 3 Character Creator (3) $1,109,555,800 $1,109,555,800 100.0%
Dean Zupancic 3 Re-recording Mixer (3)
Visual Effects Supervisor (1)
$1,109,555,800 $2,459,332,752 45.1%
Robert L. Sephton 3 Supervising Sound Editor (2)
Sound Designer (2)
$1,109,555,800 $2,191,165,065 50.6%
J. David Stem 2 Screenwriter (2)
Story Creator (1)
$912,296,846 $2,351,590,183 38.8%
David N. Weiss 2 Screenwriter (2)
Story Creator (1)
$912,296,846 $1,849,304,978 49.3%
Jay Scherick 2 Screenwriter (2)
Story Creator (1)
$912,296,846 $1,478,915,986 61.7%
Ezra Swerdlow 2 Executive Producer (2) $912,296,846 $2,031,301,294 44.9%
David Ronn 2 Screenwriter (2)
Story Creator (1)
$912,296,846 $1,478,915,986 61.7%
Paul Neesan 2 Executive Producer (2) $912,296,846 $1,157,115,699 78.8%
Phil Meheux 2 Cinematographer (2) $912,296,846 $2,688,415,855 33.9%
Bill Boes 2 Production Designer (2) $912,296,846 $2,055,234,150 44.4%
Sabrina Plisco 2 Editor (2) $912,296,846 $2,005,965,139 45.5%
Veronique Culliford 2 Co-Producer (2) $545,806,477 $545,806,477 100.0%
Heitor Pereira 2 Composer (2) $912,296,846 $5,669,746,741 16.1%
Rita Ryack 2 Costume Designer (2) $912,296,846 $3,476,790,822 26.2%
Richard R. Hoover 2 Visual Effects Supervisor (2) $912,296,846 $1,116,198,953 81.7%
Benita Allen 2 Assistant Director (2)
Co-Producer (1)
$912,296,846 $1,562,341,265 58.4%
Terry Porter 2 Re-recording Mixer (2)
Visual Effects Supervisor (1)
$912,296,846 $6,833,459,943 13.4%
George Aguilar 2 Stunt Coordinator (2)
Second Unit Director (2)
$912,296,846 $5,239,472,818 17.4%
David Rubin 2 Casting Director (2) $912,296,846 $5,587,843,347 16.3%