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South Korea Box Office for Annabelle (2014)

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Theatrical Performance (US$)
South Korea Box Office $6,206,054Details
Worldwide Box Office $256,862,920Details
Home Market Performance
North America DVD Sales $6,342,129 Details
North America Blu-ray Sales $4,058,351 Details
Total North America Video Sales $10,400,480
Further financial details...

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John Gordon has found the perfect gift for both his pregnant wife Mia and their unborn child—Annabelle, a beautiful and rare vintage doll in a pure white wedding dress. Unfortunately, the family's delight with the doll is short-lived. On one horrific night, their home is invaded by members of a satanic cult, who violently attack John and Mia. Spilled blood and terror are not all they leave behind. The cultists have conjured an entity, which is so malevolent that nothing they did will compare to the sinister conduit to the damned that is now Annabelle.


Movie Details

Production Budget:$6,500,000
South Korea Releases: August 13th, 2017 (Wide)
Video Release: January 20th, 2015 by Warner Home Video
MPAA Rating: R for intense sequences of disturbing violence and terror.
(Rating bulletin 2339, 9/10/2014)
Running Time: 98 minutes
Franchise: The Conjuring, Annabelle
Keywords: Cults, Demons, New Parents, Troubled Pregnancy or Miscarriage, Prequel, Living Toys, Supernatural
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Fantasy
Production Companies: Atomic Monster, The Safran Company, RatPac Entertainment, Dune Entertainment
Production Countries: United States


Annabelle Wallis    Mia
Ward Horton    John
Alfre Woodard    Evelyn
Tony Amendola    Father Perez
Kerry O'Malley    Sharon Higgins
Brian Howe    Pete Higgins
Eric Ladin    Detective Clarkin
Ivar Brogger    Dr. Burgher
Geoff Wehner    Neighbor
Gabriel Bateman    Little Boy
Shiloh Nelson    Little Girl
Sasha Sheldon    Nurse
Camden Singer    Clerk
Robin Pearson Rose    Mother
Keira Daniels    Young Annabelle Higgins

Production and Technical Credits

Director    John R. Leonetti
Producer    Peter Safran
Producer    James Wan
Screenwriter    Gary Dauberman
Executive Producer    Richard Brener
Executive Producer    Walter Hamada
Executive Producer    Dave Neustradter
Executive Producer    Hans Ritter
Director of Photography    James Kniest
Production Designer    Bob Ziembicki
Editor    Tom Elkins
Composer    Joseph Bishara
Executive Producer    Steven Mnuchin
Costume Designer    Janet Ingram
Casting Director    Lauren Bass
Casting Director    Jordan Bass
Unit Production Manager    Jenny Hinkey
First Assistant Director    Milos Milicevic
Second Assistant Director    Ivan Kraljevic
Co-Producer    Jenny Hinkey
Co-Producer    Carey Hayes
Co-Producer    Chad Hayes
Special Make up Effects-Demon Design and Special Make-Up Effects    Gregory Nicotero
Art Director    Doug Cumming
Set Decorator    Kris Fuller
Post-Production Supervisor    J.M. Logan
Assistant Editor    Nikko Tsiotsias
Sound Designer    Joe Zuban
Re-recording Mixer    Joe Zuban
Re-recording Mixer    Jim Bolt
Sound Effects Editor    William R. Dean
Dialogue Editor    Justin Dzuban
Sound Editor-Assistant Sound Editor    Pernell L. Salinas
Foley Mixer    Ron Mellegers
Foley Mixer    Ryan Lukasik
Foley Mixer    Kevin Schultz
Music Editor    Julie Pearce
Music Editor    Skye Lewin
Score Recordist    Chris Spilfogel
Score Mixer    Chris Spilfogel
Script Supervisor    Sherie Giehtbrock
Costume Supervisor    Michele Dunn
Make up    Hedvig Kacser
Hairstylist    Richard De Alba
Hairstylist    Bryn Leetch
Special Effects Coordinator    Ron Trost
Special Effects    Jay Bartus
Additional Photography-Still Photographer    Gregory Smith
Additional Casting-Extras Casting    Vanessa Portillo Walsh
Visual Effects Supervisor    Art Codron
Visual Effects Producer    Tiffany A. Smith

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January 21st, 2015

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October 21st, 2014

Fury poster

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Gone Girl poster

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Dracula Untold poster

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October 9th, 2014

Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day poster

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Per Theater Chart: Wide Releases are Keepin' On

October 7th, 2014

Keep On Keepin' On poster

Keep On Keepin' On had the best weekend of its run earning an average of $13,291 in two theaters. Gone Girl earned an average of $12,446 in just over 3,000 theaters. Annabelle was very close behind with an average of $11,659 in close to 3,200 theaters. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Gone Girl Arrives and Annabelle Scares the Competition

October 7th, 2014

Gone Girl poster

As expected, Gone Girl won the race for top spot on the box office chart this weekend. However, while it earned more than expected, Annabelle still managed to make it a really close race. These two films, as well as the rest of the top five, all beat predictions and this lead to the overall box office growing 38% to $147 million. More impressively, this was 16% better than the same weekend last year. I was not expected 2014 to come out ahead on the year-over-year comparison, which makes this win so much more spectacular. Year-to-date, 2014 is still behind 2013 by a substantial margin of $370 million or 4.6% at $8.05 billion to $7.68 billion. More...

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Gone Girl poster

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Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2017/08/11 - $298   1 $298   $6,206,054 1

Box Office Summary Per Territory

Territory Release
Box Office
Australia 10/3/2014 $1,655,583 166 170 878 $5,145,312 10/11/2017
North America 10/3/2014 $37,134,255 3185 3215 15066 $84,273,813 6/4/2016
South Korea 8/13/2017 $298 1 1 1 $6,206,054 8/18/2017
Rest of World $161,237,741
Worldwide Total$256,862,920 10/11/2017

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