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Box Office History for Fox Searchlight

Ticket Sales and Market Share by Year

Note: Figures for 2018 are at an annualized rate.

Top-Grossing Movies 1995-2018, Adjusted for Ticket Price Inflation

RankMovieRelease
Date
GenreMPAA
Rating
Total GrossInflation-Adjusted
Gross
1 Juno Dec 5, 2007 Comedy PG-13 $143,495,265 $180,983,501
2 Slumdog Millionaire Nov 12, 2008 Drama R $141,330,703 $170,560,083
3 Black Swan Dec 3, 2010 Thriller/Suspense R $106,954,678 $121,255,680
4 Sideways Oct 22, 2004 Drama R $71,502,303 $101,068,318
5 The Descendants Nov 16, 2011 Drama R $82,624,961 $93,280,654
6 The Full Monty Aug 13, 1997 Comedy R $45,950,122 $89,359,642
7 Little Miss Sunshine Jul 26, 2006 Comedy R $59,891,098 $81,992,384
8 28 Days Later… Jun 27, 2003 Horror R $45,064,915 $67,036,855
9 The Grand Budapest Hotel Mar 7, 2014 Comedy R $59,076,019 $64,613,323
10 Napoleon Dynamite Jun 11, 2004 Comedy PG $44,540,956 $64,331,073
11 The Shape of Water Dec 1, 2017 Drama R $63,859,435 $63,859,435
12 12 Years a Slave Oct 18, 2013 Drama R $56,671,993 $62,429,074
13 The Hills Have Eyes Mar 10, 2006 Horror R $41,778,863 $57,214,714
14 Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Miss… Nov 10, 2017 Black Comedy R $54,513,740 $54,513,740
15 The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel May 4, 2012 Comedy PG-13 $46,383,639 $52,268,997
16 The Ringer Dec 23, 2005 Comedy PG-13 $35,428,675 $49,110,032
17 One Hour Photo Aug 21, 2002 Drama R $31,597,131 $48,782,484
18 Bend it Like Beckham Mar 12, 2003 Drama PG-13 $32,543,449 $48,410,399
19 The Secret Life of Bees Oct 17, 2008 Drama PG-13 $37,780,486 $47,185,689
20 Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of … Oct 17, 2014 Black Comedy R $42,340,598 $45,874,742
21 Johnson Family Vacation Apr 7, 2004 Comedy PG-13 $31,203,964 $45,072,384
22 Crazy Heart Dec 16, 2009 Drama R $39,471,742 $44,916,226
23 Notorious Jan 16, 2009 Drama R $36,843,682 $44,065,044
24 Wild Dec 3, 2014 Drama R $37,880,356 $40,975,382
25 Brooklyn Nov 4, 2015 Drama PG-13 $38,322,743 $40,269,918
Complete List

Year by Year Market Share

YearMovies in
Release
Market
Share
GrossTickets SoldInflation-
Adjusted
Gross
Top-Grossing MovieGross that Year
1995 1 0.20% $10,426,506 2,396,897 $21,500,166 The Brothers McMullen $10,426,506
1996 4 0.33% $19,043,456 4,308,473 $38,647,003 She's the One $9,482,579
1997 10 0.78% $49,861,834 10,863,139 $97,442,357 The Full Monty $35,431,393
1998 8 0.34% $23,155,177 4,937,134 $44,286,092 The Full Monty $10,518,729
1999 7 0.26% $19,421,804 3,823,186 $34,293,978 A Midsummer Night's Dream $16,071,990
2000 4 0.23% $17,233,980 3,197,397 $28,680,651 Boys Don't Cry $8,843,539
2001 5 0.54% $45,316,400 8,006,430 $71,817,677 Kingdom Come $23,247,539
2002 6 0.85% $77,554,449 13,348,439 $119,735,498 One Hour Photo $31,597,131
2003 9 1.32% $121,337,620 20,122,320 $180,497,210 28 Days Later… $45,064,915
2004 11 1.87% $173,280,099 27,903,391 $250,293,417 Napoleon Dynamite $44,411,050
2005 11 1.17% $102,567,501 16,001,165 $143,530,450 Sideways $49,098,097
2006 16 1.81% $165,442,828 25,258,440 $226,568,207 Little Miss Sunshine $59,489,083
2007 15 1.40% $136,559,518 19,848,762 $178,043,395 Juno $31,470,011
2008 9 2.23% $217,747,257 30,326,915 $272,032,428 Juno $112,025,254
2009 11 2.31% $246,172,026 32,822,936 $294,421,736 Slumdog Millionaire $112,654,105
2010 10 1.52% $159,610,478 20,229,464 $181,458,292 Black Swan $47,807,791
2011 13 1.45% $147,300,020 18,575,032 $166,618,037 Black Swan $59,146,887
2012 10 1.04% $116,367,721 14,619,056 $131,132,932 The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel $46,383,639
2013 10 0.99% $107,779,147 13,256,961 $118,914,940 12 Years a Slave $38,472,086
2014 10 1.43% $147,030,524 17,996,386 $161,427,582 The Grand Budapest Hotel $58,850,714
2015 11 1.07% $119,254,185 14,146,405 $126,893,253 The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel $33,078,266
2016 7 0.46% $51,270,802 5,927,257 $53,167,495 Brooklyn $18,758,748
2017 12 0.90% $99,334,304 11,074,058 $99,334,300 Gifted $24,801,212
2018 3 1.58% $110,496,074 12,318,401 $110,496,057 The Shape of Water $48,189,258

Upcoming Releases

Release DateMovieGenreDomestic
Box Office
to Date
Trailer

September, 2018

September 28 The Old Man and the Gun (Limited) Comedy    

October, 2018

October 19 Can You Ever Forgive Me? (Limited) Drama   Play

November, 2018

November 23 The Favourite (Limited) Drama   Play
 

December, 2018

During 2018 The Aftermath (Limited) Drama    

April, 2019

April 26 Aftermath (Limited) Drama    

Our Theatrical Market pages are based on the Domestic Theatrical Market performance only. The Domestic Market is defined as the North American movie territory (consisting of the United States, Canada, Puerto Rico and Guam).

The yearly amounts on our Theatrical Market pages are based on box office years. Each box office year starts on the first Monday of the year, so the previous year ends on the Sunday before the first Monday. For example, the "2017 box office year" started on January 2, 2017 so the "2016 box office year" ended on Sunday, January 1, 2017.

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