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Netherlands Box Office for Anna Karenina (2012)

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Theatrical Performance (US$)
Netherlands Box Office $1,017,482Details
Worldwide Box Office $71,004,627Details
Home Market Performance
North America DVD Sales $4,675,047 Details
North America Blu-ray Sales $1,680,246 Details
Total North America Video Sales $6,355,293
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A new theatrical version of the story of love, adapted from Leo Tolstoy's novel.


Movie Details

Production Budget:$49,000,000
Netherlands Releases: December 6th, 2012 (Wide)
Video Release: February 19th, 2013 by Universal Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: R for some sexuality and violence.
(Rating bulletin 2233, 7/25/2012)
Running Time: 129 minutes
Keywords: Costume Drama, Romance, Political, Infidelity
Source:Based on Fiction Book/Short Story
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Historical Fiction
Production Companies: Focus Features, Working Title Films
Production Countries: United Kingdom

Blu-ray Sales: February 24th, 2013: Winning the Game

April 14th, 2013

There were two new releases that had a legitimate claim on top spot on the Blu-ray sales chart for the week of February 24th, 2013. Argo sold the most units at 378,000 generating $8.68 million earning a opening week Blu-ray of 40%. On the other hand, Game of Thrones: Season Two generated the most revenue at $10.08 million, from 336,000 units sold. Its opening week Blu-ray share was 58%, which is fantastic, even compared to first run releases and not just TV on DVD releases. More...

DVD Sales: February 24th, 2013: Argo Rescues the DVD Chart

April 14th, 2013

Argo was one of six new releases to chart on this week's DVD sales chart. It pulled in first place with 564,000 units / $8.44 million. This is not a huge amount given its box office and critical success, but it did relatively better on Blu-ray. More...

2013 Awards Season: Argo Unites a Divided Night at the Oscars

February 25th, 2013

Argo was the big winner at the Oscars last night, although arguably, there were no big winners, but a lot of films that shared in the glory. There were also some pretty interesting twists and a few events that stand out. Due to ongoing computer difficulties, I was unable to live-blog the Oscars this year. I will still be giving my reactions on a category by category basis, but not in the order they were handed out. More...

DVD and Blu-ray Releases for February 19th, 2013 - Abridged Edition

February 20th, 2013

This week's list is a little shorter than usual, because of technical difficulties. I've been getting an average of one Blue Screen of Death per day for just over a week. It seems to happen most often when I open too many tabs in Firefox. Worse still, two of the sites that seem to set off the BSOD are YouTube and Rotten Tomatoes. Fortunately I've narrowed the problem down to a driver conflict for either my video or perhaps a Windows system driver. Or it could be bad RAM. Or it could be a bad power supply. Or perhaps a virus or other malware. So when I said I had it narrowed down the problem, I was lying. I don't have time to take the computer to get it fixed, not until the Oscars are over, but I promise to get caught up by the weekend. It is quite a good week for new releases with a number of contenders for Pick of the Week. The two main contender are Argo on Blu-ray Combo Pack and Game of Thrones: Season Two on DVD or Blu-ray Combo Pack. While Argo is cleaning up during Awards Season, I've given Game of Thrones the edge here. More...

2013 Awards Season: Lincoln Oversees a Divided Group of Nominees

January 10th, 2013

The Oscar nominations were announced this morning, and there's certainly a lot to talk about. There are some nominations that should surprise no one. For instance, Lincoln led the way with twelve nominations, and it has been seen as the major contender for a long time. However, there were also a few surprise nominations and some major snubs. Here are the list of nominations, and some reactions. More...

Per Theater Chart: Zero to $1 million in Nine Days

January 3rd, 2013

Zero Dark Thirty shot up to the top of the per theater chart with averages of $83,430 during its opening weekend and $63,283 during its sophomore stint. Expanding truly wide is virtually guaranteed. Amour was well back with an average of $20,005 over the past weekend and $22,755 during its opening weekend. The Impossible rose 27% to $12,172 in 15 theaters. This is a great sign and while its reviews are too low to be a major contender during Awards Season, it should still do well enough to expand significantly, but probably not truly wide. The final film in the $10,000 club was Django Unchained, which opened with an average of $10,008. More...

Awards Season: Lincoln Shows a United Front at the Golden Globes

December 13th, 2012

The Hollywood Foreign Press Association announced their nominations and the same list of films that have been mentioned since the beginning of Awards Season were rewarded today. Lincoln led the way with seven nods, while Argo and Django Unchained were close behind with five. More...

Per Theater Chart: Hyde Hits it Out of the Park

December 11th, 2012

Hyde Park on the Hudson opened on top of the per theater chart with an average of $20,341 in four theaters. That is good for a limited release, but bad for a potential Awards Season contender, which is how many people saw the film prior to its release. Additionally, with weak reviews, it has little hope at long legs. Burn was much further back at $13,602, also in four theaters. Rust and Bone saw its theater count double to four, but its per theater average actually grew to $13,015. Its word-of-mouth is outstanding. Beware of Mr. Baker remained in the $10,000 club with $10,349 in one theater. More...

Per Theater Chart: New Releases are a Little Rusty

December 4th, 2012

It was a rather slow week on the per theater chart with only two films topping the $10,000 mark, and none of them were massive hits. Rust and Bone rose to first place with an average of $12,369 in two theaters. It rose to top spot thanks to a miniscule 9% drop-off. The only other member of the $10,000 club was Beware of Mr. Baker, which was right behind with $12,195 in its lone theater. More...

Weekend Estimates: Killing Has Soft Opening

December 2nd, 2012

The weekend after Thanksgiving is not known for its box office prowess, and this year is proving no different. Most films in the top 10 are down around 50% from last weekend, and the new wide releases are both falling short of their respective distributor's hopes. Killing Them Softly is headed for a $7 million debut, according to Weinstein, which is Brad Pitt's worst wide opening since Sinbad: Legend of the Seven Seas back in 2003, and worst live action wide release since 1994's The Favor. Meanwhile, LD Distribution is projecting $3.4 million for The Collection in 1,403 theaters, which is less of a surprise, but still a disappointment. With those two misfires, the top of the chart is once more populated by Breaking Dawn, Part 2 and Skyfall, which are essentially neck and neck at this point, with Twilight topping $250 million domestically this weekend and Bond set to reach that landmark in the next few days. More...

Per Theater Chart: Hitching a Ride to the Top

November 27th, 2012

It was a particularly busy week on top of the per theater chart with seven films topping the $10,000 mark. Leading the way was Hitchcock with an average of $16,924 in 17 theaters. This is good for a limited release, but not great, and given the competition at this time of year, it needed to be great to survive. Anna Karenina expanded from 16 theaters to 66 earning an average of $13,580. Again, this is good, but not great. Rust and Bone was next with an average of $13,577 in two theaters. If it had sold just one more ticket, it would have earned second place instead of third on this list. Lincoln actually saw its per theater average grow reaching $12,724. It has already expanded truly wide and it should expand at least a little bit more. Likewise, Silver Linings Playbook should also expand more, as its per theater average this week was $11,945; however, it likely won't expand wide. The overall box office leader, The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, Part 2, was next up with an average of $10,723. The Central Park Five topped $10,000 on the per theater chart, barely, with an average of $10,190 in three theaters. Skyfall was the final film in the $10,000 club with an average of $10,069. It is pretty rare for a film to remain above that mark for three weeks in a row. More...

Weekend Estimates: Twilight and Bond Lead Record-Setting Thanksgiving

November 25th, 2012

As expected, The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, Part 2 and Skyfall are dominating the Thanksgiving charts, and, with some help from three new releases and two strong holdovers, will produce the most lucrative Thanksgiving holiday in history. All told, we should see something a little over $200 million in revenue for the three-day portion of the weekend, placing it in the top 20 weekends of all time. Breaking Dawn, Part 2 is tracking about in line with Part 1 at this point in its run. In contrast, Skyfall is well ahead of James Bond's previous outing, and has become the first Bond movie to top $200 million domestically (before adjusting for inflation). More...

Per Theater Chart: Dawn of a Busy Day

November 20th, 2012

The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, Part 2 led the overall chart and the per theater chart. Its average was $34,660, which is especially impressive, as it was playing in more than 4,000 theaters. The next best release was Silver Linings Playbook, which earned an average of $27,688 in 16 theaters. This suggests a strong potential to expand, while its reviews suggest a strong word-of-mouth and some Awards Season buzz. Anna Karenina was next up with an average of $20,043, also playing in 16 theaters, but the reviews suggest it will struggle if it tries to expand. The Comedy opened in New York this week after playing in Los Angeles last week and it did really well earning $13,150. Both members of last week's $10,000 club remained above that mark this week with Lincoln earning an average of $11,859 and Skyfall earning an average of $11,727. One final note, while Jab Tak Hai Jaan didn't quite reach that mark with an average of $8,022 in 160 theaters, it debuted on Tuesday. In total, it made $1.94 million, which would have given it an average of $12,136, had it made that over the weekend. More...

Weekend Estimates: Breaking Dawn Posts 8th-Biggest Weekend

November 18th, 2012

The beginning of the end for the Twilight franchise is here, and, as expected, big money is being made by Lionsgate/Summit. While this installment doesn't look like it will break franchise records, Lionsgate is predicting a $141.3 million opening weekend, which will be the 8th-best of all time, assuming it holds up. New Moon will most likely remain the top opener for the franchise with $142.8 million, although it will be a close-run thing. Twilight will most likely end up the 5th-highest-grossing franchise at the domestic box office, behind only the "box office gods", Harry Potter, Star Wars, Batman and James Bond. More...

Limited Releases: There's Always a Silver Lining

November 16th, 2012

There's good news and bad news this week when it comes to limited releases, and both focus on the same film: Silver Linings Playbook. At the beginning of the month, this was one wide release I was really looking forward to and I thought it had a real chance of being a sleeper hit. However, it was moved up a week and is rolling out in limited release this week before expanding to select cities next week. It should be the biggest hit this week, but expanding wide is never an easy task. There are a few other limited releases this week that have earned some measure of pre-release buzz, but none of them have earned reviews to match. More...

2012 Preview: November

November 1st, 2012

October was pretty good with a few films really crushing expectations, which made up for the few duds that opened at the end. 2012 gained about $100 million over 2011 during the month of October. We really needed this success and hopefully November will continue this push forward. However, November is a bit of a weird month. There are five weekends, but only eight true wide releases, half of which open on the Thanksgiving long weekend, leaving the other four weeks with just one true wide release each. There are a couple others opening in the semi-wide level and another opening in limited release with a planned wide release, but even so, it is not a busy month. That said, it is a case of quality over quantity. There are four films that are pretty much guaranteed to reach $100 million, one of which should reach $300 million. By comparison, last November only produced one $100 million film. Granted, that film was The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, Part 1, which made nearly $300 million, which is a huge number no matter how you look at it. But this year, The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, Part 2 should top that number and with the other $100 million movies pulling in more than $400 million combined, it should be a very profitable month at the box office. More...

Because some of our sources provide box office data in their local currency, while we use USD in the graph above and table below, exchange rate fluctuations can have effect on the data causing stronger increases or even decreases of the cumulative box office.

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2012/12/07 7 $140,491   35 $4,014   $162,409 1
2012/12/14 7 $106,748 -24% 35 $3,050   $338,498 2
2012/12/21 9 $82,375 -23% 31 $2,657   $480,518 3
2012/12/28 10 $134,563 +63% 31 $4,341   $670,869 4
2013/01/04 10 $119,421 -11% 32 $3,732   $841,229 5
2013/01/11 10 $66,928 -44% 29 $2,308   $948,849 6
2013/01/18 12 $44,029 -34% 26 $1,693   $1,017,482 7

Box Office Summary Per Territory

Territory Release
Box Office
Argentina 3/14/2013 $87,217 18 20 69 $267,801 12/14/2015
Australia 2/14/2013 $181,141 119 137 756 $2,987,086 12/14/2015
Austria 12/7/2012 $93,987 38 38 266 $582,538 12/14/2015
Belgium 12/5/2012 $153,696 35 40 211 $882,700 12/14/2015
Brazil 3/15/2013 $0 0 34 155 $994,664 12/14/2015
Bulgaria 3/1/2013 $19,147 12 12 72 $93,567 12/14/2015
Chile 3/14/2013 $58,025 24 24 77 $244,945 12/14/2015
Colombia 3/15/2013 $48,592 22 22 73 $169,675 12/14/2015
Croatia 2/21/2013 $71,689 15 15 79 $174,955 12/14/2015
Czech Republic 12/6/2012 $113,266 80 80 253 $734,257 12/14/2015
Egypt 12/5/2012 $9,665 8 8 42 $33,783 12/14/2015
Estonia 2/8/2013 $33,092 12 12 26 $76,846 12/14/2015
Finland 1/11/2013 $202,840 81 81 342 $958,235 12/14/2015
France 12/5/2012 $0 0 85 85 $1,232,291 12/12/2015
Germany 12/6/2012 $497,072 130 196 1245 $4,240,606 12/14/2015
Greece 1/1/2013 $240,483 29 33 118 $788,041 12/14/2015
Hong Kong 1/10/2013 $60,685 10 10 24 $140,330 12/14/2015
Hungary 1/24/2013 $60,380 29 29 116 $194,825 12/14/2015
Iceland 3/15/2013 $3,547 3 3 6 $8,547 12/14/2015
Israel 1/3/2013 $62,247 18 19 81 $243,989 12/14/2015
Italy 2/21/2013 $1,125,847 273 299 774 $2,946,272 12/14/2015
Japan 3/29/2013 $227,311 63 147 210 $4,292,476 12/14/2015
Latvia 1/18/2013 $37,360 6 6 40 $175,368 12/14/2015
Lebanon 12/6/2012 $54,725 12 12 15 $115,458 12/13/2015
Lithuania 2/8/2013 $1,744 3 8 43 $108,425 12/14/2015
Mexico 3/1/2013 $223,618 80 80 287 $751,623 12/14/2015
Netherlands 12/6/2012 $140,491 35 35 219 $1,017,482 12/14/2015
New Zealand 1/31/2013 $74,763 49 49 213 $330,596 12/14/2015
North America 11/16/2012 $320,690 16 422 2628 $12,816,367 12/10/2014
Norway 2/22/2013 $188,134 95 95 298 $896,510 12/14/2015
Peru 4/4/2013 $47,187 18 18 32 $84,126 12/14/2015
Philippines 2/20/2013 $8,159 3 3 6 $11,683 12/14/2015
Poland 11/23/2012 $315,101 85 110 436 $1,263,806 12/13/2015
Portugal 12/6/2012 $206,394 41 41 141 $862,710 12/14/2015
Romania 12/14/2012 $71,729 24 24 79 $316,642 12/14/2015
Russia (CIS) 1/10/2013 $0 0 491 1095 $8,483,442 12/14/2015
Serbia and Montenegro 1/24/2013 $32,467 12 12 108 $167,693 12/14/2015
Slovakia 12/6/2012 $42,557 25 25 101 $259,980 12/14/2015
Slovenia 1/10/2013 $0 0 14 126 $144,878 12/14/2015
South Africa 2/1/2013 $29,863 20 20 20 $29,863 12/14/2015
South Korea 3/21/2013 $322,632 247 247 247 $399,206 3/15/2018
Spain 3/15/2013 $1,029,793 248 252 1227 $3,457,726 12/14/2015
Sweden 2/15/2013 $147,056 37 55 269 $844,935 12/14/2015
Switzerland 12/5/2012 $0 0 23 29 $1,015,302 12/13/2015
Taiwan 11/16/2012 $25,550 15 15 19 $123,751 12/13/2015
Turkey 12/28/2012 $205,361 49 49 216 $922,565 12/14/2015
Ukraine 1/3/2013 $363,618 65 71 381 $1,261,632 12/14/2015
United Arab Emirates 12/6/2012 $89,151 23 23 24 $165,366 12/13/2015
United Kingdom 9/7/2012 $0 0 301 652 $8,706,723 12/12/2015
Uruguay 4/19/2013 $13,044 5 6 11 $29,753 12/14/2015
Rest of World $3,952,587
Worldwide Total$71,004,627 3/15/2018

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Leading Cast

   Anna Karenina

Supporting Cast

Kelly Macdonald    Dolly
Matthew MacFadyen    Oblonsky
Domhnall Gleeson    Levin
Ruth Wilson    Princess Betsy Tverskoy
Alicia Vikander    Kitty
Olivia Williams    Countess Vronsky
Emily Watson    Countess Lydia Ivanovna

For a description of the different acting role types we use to categorize acting perfomances, see our Glossary.

Production and Technical Credits

Tim Bevan    Producer
Eric Fellner    Producer
Paul Webster    Producer
Tom Stoppard    Screenwriter
Leo Tolstoy    Based on the novel by
Seamus McGarvey    Director of Photography
Sarah Greenwood    Production Designer
Melanie Ann Oliver    Editor
Jacqueline Durran    Costume Designer
Ivana Primorac    Hair and Make-up Designer
Dario Marianelli    Composer
Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui    Choreographer
Mark Holt    Special Effects Supervisor

The bold credits above the line are the "above-the-line" credits, the other the "below-the-line" credits.