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Peru Box Office for Assassin’s Creed (2016)

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Assassin’s Creed
Theatrical Performance (US$)
Peru Box Office $498,000Details
Worldwide Box Office $240,497,948Details
Home Market Performance
North America DVD Sales $3,360,156 Details
North America Blu-ray Sales $9,076,361 Details
Total North America Video Sales $12,436,517
Further financial details...

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Through a revolutionary technology that unlocks his genetic memories, Callum Lynch experiences the adventures of his ancestor, Aguilar, in 15th Century Spain. Callum discovers he is descended from a mysterious secret society, the Assassins, and amasses incredible knowledge and skills to take on the oppressive and powerful Templar organization in the present day.


Movie Details

Production Budget:$125,000,000
Peru Releases: January 13th, 2017 (Wide)
Video Release: March 10th, 2017 by Fox Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for intense sequences of violence and action, thematic elements and brief strong language.
(Rating bulletin 2446 (Cert #50459), 10/12/2016)
Running Time: 116 minutes
Keywords: Time Travel, Corporate Malfeasance, Assassination, Hitmen, Magical Technology, Spanish Inquisition, Voodoo, Computer Simulation
Source:Based on Game
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Science Fiction
Production Companies: Regency Enterprises, Ubisoft Entertainment, New Regency, DMC Film, The Kennedy/Marshall Company
Production Countries: United States

Home Market Releases for March 21st, 2017

March 21st, 2017


It is an interesting week on the home market with Rogue One: A Star Wars Story dominating the competition. However, it is only coming out on Video on Demand and doesn’t come out till Friday. As for Tuesday releases, there are a few contenders, but no film that immediately jumps out as the Pick of the Week. If you go with quality, extras, and overall audience appeal, then Sing on Blu-ray Combo Pack comes out on top. I would also definitely checkout Insecure: Season One and Lifeboat, if you don’t already own the latter. More...

Home Market Releases for March 7th, 2017

March 6th, 2017


There are not a lot of releases on this week’s list for two major reasons. Firstly, it is a very, very shallow week. Secondly... Dental Surgery. By the time you read this, I might still be at the dentist. There are only two contenders for Pick of the Week, Jackie on Blu-ray and Moana on Blu-ray Combo Pack. It wasn’t particularly close and Moana is easily the Pick of the Week. More...

International Box Office: Resident Evil here to Stay with $96.67 million

March 2nd, 2017

Resident Evil: The Final Chapter

Resident Evil: The Final Chapter rocketed to the top of the chart of the international chart with $96.67 million on 24,465 screens in 75 markets for totals of $211.87 million internationally and $238.52 million worldwide. The film opened in China over the weekend earning $90.76 million over the weekend and $92.98 million including Thursday previews. At this point, the studio’s share of the worldwide box office is approximately $80 million, or twice as much as it cost to make. If the film hasn’t already broken even, it will do so shortly. I know the film is called The Final Chapter, but I can see the franchise continuing, focusing almost entirely on the foreign market. More...

International Box Office: Passengers Takes the Wheel with $30.59 million

January 19th, 2017


For the first time in its run, Passengers earned first place with $30.59 million on 17,000 screens in 78 markets for totals of $136.34 million internationally and $226.07 million worldwide. At this point, the studio has either earned back the $110 million production budget, or has come close. If it can find an audience on the home market, then it could break even, eventually. This weekend, the film’s biggest opening was in China where it earned first place with $17.45 million on an estimated 10,000 screens over the weekend for a total of $17.52 million including previews. China is already the film’s biggest market overtaking Russia, where it has $16.25 million after four weeks of release, including $618,000 on 528 screens this past weekend. More...

International Box Office: Rogue gets $56.6 million Closer to $1 Billion

January 12th, 2017

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story remained in first place with $56.6 million in 57 markets for totals of $437.1 million internationally and $914.5 million worldwide. It is now in fifth place on the 2016 worldwide chart. ... The entire top five worldwide is from Disney. This is unprecedented. As for this past weekend, Rogue One earned first place in China with $30.11 million over the weekend and $30.65 million including previews. This is on par with expectations, although some were worried it would struggle due to... I was going to say weather, but is smog weather? China is currently dealing with a smog crisis and has been issuing warnings to stay inside. This is the last market for the film, but it should cruise to $1 billion on holdovers. It will likely reach second place on the 2016 worldwide chart, but I think Captain America: Civil War is safe on the top of the chart. More...

International Box Office: Rogue’s Threepeat to Tenth Place on 2016 Worldwide Chart

January 5th, 2017

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story added $45.8 million in 55 markets to its running tally, which now sits at $350.0 million internationally and $775.0 million worldwide. By the end of Sunday, the film was already in tenth place for the year and while it is not doing as well internationally as it is domestically, it is still on pace to hit fifth place by as early as this weekend. Its biggest market is the U.K., where it has pulled in $64.4 million, but the U.K. might not stay on top for long, because the film opens in China this weekend. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Rogue One Wins Weekend, Doesn’t Quite win the Year with $65.62 million

January 4th, 2017

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story

The final weekend of the year wasn’t as potent as we had predicted, but there were still a number of reasons to celebrate. Rogue One: A Star Wars Story won the weekend and is on its way to becoming the biggest hit of the year. Sing was relatively close behind and will get to $200 million this upcoming weekend. Overall, the box office rose by 2.9% from last weekend hitting $186 million. This is 15% lower than the same weekend last year, which again was actually the first weekend of 2016. We need to switch to the Strowbrinian Calendar. I’m not kidding about this. As for the year-over-year comparison, that’s a little confusing. If you just look at the calender years, then 2016 broke the record earning $11.4 billion. However, the movie year actually begins the first Monday of the year and ends the final Sunday before the first Monday of the next year. Going by this definition of the year, 2016 actually just failed to overtake 2015, because we lost a few days of The Force Awakens and only got one extra day of Rogue One. More...

Weekend Predictions: Old Movies Ring Out the New Year

December 29th, 2016

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story

The weekend after Christmas Day is usually a boring weekend with no wide releases to speak of. On the other hand, we do have a monster hit to keep track of, as well as some Awards Season hopefuls that are expanding significantly and could make the top ten. Of course, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story will win this weekend and it should in fact grow from last weekend, because Christmas Eve is a dead zone at the box office. Likewise, Sing should grow even better, as it is the last weekend for families to hit theaters before school starts. Some of the other films that debuted last week are not looking so good. This weekend last year was actually the first weekend of 2016, which makes it harder to compare the two weekends. Again, we need to switch to the Strowbrinian Calendar that I mentioned at the end of the December Preview. The Force Awakens earned just over $90 million and while Rogue One won’t match that, it should be closer than most were expecting. More...

Thursday Box Office: Rogue One Bounces Back with $16.77 million, while most New Releases Tumble

December 23rd, 2016

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story grew by 12% to $16.77 million on Thursday for a first-week total of $222.00 million. This shows that it was hit by new releases on Wednesday, at least a little bit. It is impossible to compare this day to The Force Awakens, because this day in its run was Christmas Eve. For the record though, The Force Awakens fell by 28% to $27.40 million on that day and had pulled in $390.86 million during the same time period. More...

Wednesday Box Office: Rogue Wins with $14.97 million, but Sing Hits the High Note with $11.01 million

December 22nd, 2016

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story

As expected, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story led the way on Wednesday. It fell 15% to $14.97 million on Wednesday for a 6-day total of $204.23 million. By comparison, The Force Awakens rose 2% to $38.02 million on Wednesday for a six-day total of $363.46 million; however, it didn’t have to deal with three wide releases. In fact, it’s only “new” competition was the semi-wide expansion of The Big Short. Comparing the two movies’ daily numbers will get less illuminating until we get past Boxing Day, because the misalignment in the holidays will be playing a major role in the day-to-day changes. More...

Weekend Predictions: Will Any of the New Releases have a Christmas Miracle?

December 21st, 2016


This week is an utter mess when it comes to new releases. There are five films opening or expanding wide this week, three of them opening on Wednesday. Assassin’s Creed, Passengers, and Sing are all trying to get a head start on the weekend, while Why Him? debuts on Friday. Finally, Fences is expected to expand wide on Sunday, Christmas Day, but we’ve seen recently that “wide expansion” isn’t a meaningful term when studios use it. None of these films are expected to top Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, or even come close. Comparing this weekend to the same weekend last year is nearly impossible, because Christmas Eve lands on Saturday this year and Christmas Eve is a dead zone at the box office, while last year it landed on the Thursday, which is the best day of the week for optimal box office numbers. On the other hand, Monday is Boxing Day, which is a holiday for some. It doesn’t balance out, but fortunately 2016 still has a substantial lead over 2015, so even a really bad weekend won’t put 2016 behind. More...

2016 Preview: December

December 1st, 2016

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story

November was good, but not great. Fortunately, 2016 had a large enough lead going into November that the month only needed to be good. In fact, it could have been mediocre and 2016 would have still had an excellent shot to end the year above 2015. As for December, it’s a race between Star Wars and Star Wars. Almost no one thinks Rogue One is going to match The Force Awakens, but if Rogue One earns just half of what The Force Awakens managed, then 2016 will come out on top in the year-over-year comparison. There are only two other films with a better than 50/50 chance of hitting $100 million, Passengers and Sing. Either one could earn second place for the month, but Passengers will likely start faster. Last December, the only other film to earn more than $100 million was Daddy’s Home, which earned just a hair over $150 million. There’s a chance both Passengers and Sing will earn more than $150 million, which would be a boon to the box office. However, Star Wars: The Force Awakens was just too strong last year and it would take a miracle for 2016 to have a stronger December. That said, it would take a complete collapse for 2016 not to top 2015 in raw dollars. The growth might not be enough to keep pace with ticket price inflation, on the other hand. More...

Assassin’s Creed Trailer

October 16th, 2016

Sci-fi actioner starring Michael Fassbender and Marion Cotillard opens December 21 ... Full Movie Details. 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
2017/01/13 - $498,000   0     $498,000 1

Box Office Summary Per Territory

Territory Release
Box Office
Argentina 1/20/2017 $872,000 199 199 199 $2,376,187 7/11/2018
Australia 12/30/2016 $935,809 276 278 1270 $7,570,868 2/21/2017
Brazil 1/13/2017 $3,600,000 0 0 0 $9,959,954 6/26/2018
Bulgaria 12/30/2016 $198,593 0 0 0 $696,468 2/17/2017
China 2/23/2017 $16,870,000 59671 59671 67527 $23,150,000 3/16/2017
Czech Republic 12/30/2016 $347,144 104 104 279 $733,418 2/2/2017
France 12/23/2016 $0 0 0 0 $14,810,157 6/26/2018
Germany 12/29/2016 $5,300,000 0 0 0 $10,486,760 6/29/2018
India 12/30/2016 $1,000,000 0 0 0 $1,000,000 1/2/2017
Italy 1/4/2017 $2,832,620 0 0 0 $6,070,332 1/24/2017
Japan 3/3/2017 $1,900,000 0 0 0 $4,795,465 6/30/2018
Lithuania 12/23/2016 $21,763 68 80 234 $185,025 2/2/2017
Mexico 1/6/2017 $3,070,999 0 0 0 $8,054,888 2/2/2017
Netherlands 1/5/2017 $967,317 102 102 474 $2,556,568 2/10/2017
New Zealand 12/30/2016 $125,308 75 75 345 $1,170,527 2/13/2017
North America 12/21/2016 $10,278,225 2970 2996 10601 $54,647,948
Peru 1/13/2017 $498,000 0 0 0 $498,000 1/16/2017
Philippines 1/6/2017 $1,200,000 0 0 0 $1,200,000 1/10/2017
Poland 1/6/2017 $713,542 0 0 0 $1,186,652 6/3/2018
Portugal 1/6/2017 $407,940 81 81 341 $1,025,149 3/9/2017
Russia (CIS) 1/6/2017 $9,894,010 1268 1268 4306 $16,292,718 2/2/2017
Slovakia 12/30/2016 $142,537 57 57 141 $291,473 1/27/2017
Slovenia 12/30/2016 $22,059 28 28 108 $106,993 2/17/2017
South Korea 1/4/2017 $0 0 566 772 $2,521,057 2/7/2017
Spain 12/23/2016 $1,672,023 522 538 1961 $7,158,719 2/17/2017
Sweden 1/13/2017 $848,000 0 0 0 $848,000 1/16/2017
Turkey 12/23/2016 $774,557 270 295 1018 $2,259,267 6/20/2018
United Arab Emirates 12/30/2016 $1,400,000 0 0 0 $1,400,000 1/2/2017
United Kingdom 1/6/2017 $6,507,898 527 527 1804 $9,947,685 2/22/2017
Rest of World $47,497,670
Worldwide Total$240,497,948 7/11/2018

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Leading Cast

   Cal Lynch/Aguilar de Nerha

Supporting Cast

Marion Cotillard    Sofia
Jeremy Irons    Rikkin
Brendan Gleeson    Joseph Lynch
Charlotte Rampling    Ellen Kaye
Michael K. Williams    Moussa
Denis Menochet    McGowan
Ariane Labed    Maria
Khalid Abdalla    Sultan Muhammad XII
Carlos Bardem    Benedicto
Javier Gutierrez    Tomas de Torquemada
Octavia-Selena Alexandru    Lara
Matias Varela    Emir
Hovik Keuchkerian    Ojeda
Callum Turner    Nathan
Michelle Lin    Lin
Crystal Clarke    Samia
Julio Jordan    General Ramirez
Angus Brown    Young Cal
Kemaal Deen-Ellis    Prince Ahmed
Marysia S. Peres    Queen Isabella
Jeff Mash    Prison Warden
Aaron Monaghan    Gilles
Thomas Camilleri    King Ferdinand
James Sobol Kelly    Priest (Father Raymond)
Gabriel Andreu    Christopher Columbus
Yuric Allison    Muhammad’s Official
Joe Kennard    Abstergo Guard
Gertrude Thoma    Speaker
Juan Pablo Shuk    Father

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

Production and Technical Credits

Michael Lesslie    Screenwriter
Bill Collage    Screenwriter
Adam Cooper    Screenwriter
Jean-Julien Baronnet    Producer
Gerard Guillemot    Producer
Frank Marshall    Producer
Patrick Crowley    Producer
Conor McCaughan    Producer
Arnon Milchan    Producer
Adam Arkapaw    Director of Photography
Andy Nicholson    Production Designer
Christopher Tellefsen    Editor
Sammy Sheldon Differ*    Costume Designer
Jed Kurzel    Composer
Will Dodds    Additional First Assistant Director
Marc Homes    Supervising Art Director
Tom Weaving    Art Director
Oliver Carroll    Art Director
Matt Wynne    Art Director
Tina Jones    Set Decorator
Jina Jay    Casting Director

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