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Baby Driver
Theatrical Performance (US$)
Cambodia Box Office $40,180Details
Worldwide Box Office $228,104,185Details
Home Market Performance
North America DVD Sales $4,934,566 Details
North America Blu-ray Sales $12,283,411 Details
Total North America Video Sales $17,217,977
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A talented, young getaway driver relies on the beat of his personal soundtrack to be the best in the game. When he meets the girl of his dreams, Baby sees a chance to ditch his criminal life and make a clean getaway. But after being coerced into working for a crime boss, he must face the music when a doomed heist threatens his life, love and freedom.


Movie Details

Production Budget:$34,000,000
Cambodia Releases: June 29th, 2017 (Wide)
Video Release: September 12th, 2017 by Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: R for violence and language throughout.
(Rating bulletin 2480 (Cert #50334), 6/14/2017)
Running Time: 115 minutes
Keywords: Heist, Organized Crime, Getaway Driver, One Last Job, No Honor Among Thieves, Car Chase, Romance
Source:Original Screenplay
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: Tri-Star Pictures, MRC, Working Title Films, Big Talk Pictures
Production Countries: United Kingdom,
United States

2017 Awards Season: Oscars: And the Winner is... The Shape of Water for Best Picture

March 4th, 2018

The Shape of Water

It’s Oscar night and we will be live blogging the show. We will announce the winners and have our reactions as they happen, while keeping track of how our readers did in predicting the outcomes. More...

2017 Awards Season: Oscars Nominations: Final Look

March 4th, 2018

The Shape of Water

It’s Oscar night and we will be live blogging the show. Before that, let’s take a last look at the nominations with a few annotations. Nominees in Italics are those that have received the most votes from our readers so far in our Oscar contest (which is open to new entries until noon, Pacific, today—enter now!). Bold films are those films I think will win. Meanwhile, those that are Underlined are those I want to win. Not all categories have underlined nominees, because not all categories have someone I’m cheering for, or because there are two nominees I couldn’t pick between. For example, I will be happy no matter who wins Best Supporting Actress. One last note: The contest is still going and the leading for Best Picture Switched from The Shape of Water to Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri to tied over the time I was writing this story. This is the closest I’ve ever seen it. Guessing the best picture correctly will go a long way to winning. More...

2017 Awards Season: BAFTA Winners

February 18th, 2018

Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri

The BAFTAs were handed out on Sunday night, with Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri winning the most awards at five. This is not too surprising, as it was technically a British film, despite its setting, and that gave it a leg up on the competition. More...

2017 Awards Season: Oscars Nominations

January 23rd, 2018

The Shape of Water

The Oscar nominations were announced starting at just after 5 am Pacific time. They do this every year and no one has been able to adequately explain why to me. At least there were some interesting results this year. The Shape of Water led the way with 13 nominations, which is one below the current record and nearly as many as the next two films combined. Overall, there were seventeen films that earned two or more nominations. More...

2017 Awards Season: BAFTA Nominations

January 11th, 2018

The Shape of Water

The BAFTA nominations were announced and this time The Shape of Water led the way with 12 nominations. The same films appear on many of the lists of nominees, but so far no one film has come to dominate the list. This makes it interesting, to say the least. There’s a good chance no one film will win the majority of prestige awards and that multiple films will have lots of reason to celebrate on February 18th when the awards are handed out. More...

2017 Awards Season: SAG Nominations

December 13th, 2017

Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri

The Screen Actors Guild were the third group to announce their nominations for this awards season. So far there have been three different films earning the most nominations. Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri picked up four nominations, which is extra impressive, as there are only six theatrical categories. More...

2017 - Awards Season: Golden Globes - Nominations

December 11th, 2017

The Shape of Water

The Golden Globes nominations are the second major Awards Season set to come out. Sort of. (WGA announced the nominations for TV, radio, etc., but not their theatrical nods.) It is still very early in the year, so it is hard to say if there are any real snubs, or if there are any real favorites. The Shape of Water led the way with seven nominations, while The Post and Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri were right behind with six a piece. More...

Home Market Releases for October 10th, 2017

October 10th, 2017


It’s a good week for the home market with top notch releases in nearly every category. Baby Driver is the biggest first run release of the week and one of the best releases. The Lure is a foreign-language film and one of two Criterion Collection releases in competition for Pick of the Week. Maudie is a Canadian limited release that did surprisingly well in theaters. Finally there’s Othello, which first came out more than 60 years ago. The only thing we are missing is a TV on DVD title. As for the winner, I’m giving Pick of the Week to, Othello, while Maudie wins Puck of the Week for Best Canadian Release. More...

Home Market Releases for September 12th, 2017

September 13th, 2017


Apparently it is Halloween, because there are a lot of horror titles on this week’s list. Some of them are good, some are not. As for Pick of the Week contenders, there are a few of them. If you have kids, then Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie on DVD, Blu-ray Combo Pack, or 4K Ultra Combo Pack is your best bet. If you are a fan of Sci-fi, then go with the final season for Orphan Black. However, in the end I went with Phenomena on Blu-ray. You can also buy the movie from the Official Site in a Steelbox with soundtrack and pamphlet. More...

International Box Office: Valerian Has $28.88 million Reasons to Visit China

August 31st, 2017

Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets

Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets earned first place on the international chart with $32.78 million in 32 countries for totals of $124.12 million internationally and $163.81 million worldwide. The film earned first place in China with $28.88 million over the weekend for a total of $29.24 million. The film has yet to open in South Korea and Italy so it will likely top its production budget worldwide; that’s nowhere near enough to break even, but if it can get to $200 million worldwide, then it can at least safe face. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Creation Helps Summer Conclude with $35.01 million

August 15th, 2017

Annabelle: Creation

Annabelle: Creation’s opening saved summer for one week, but that’s the practically the only good news we have to talk about this weekend. The film pulled in $35.01 million, which is over three times its nearest competition. That’s the bad news. The depth this past weekend was terrible, as there were only two films with more than $10 million, compared to five films last weekend. The overall box office fell 4.6% to just $117 million. Worse still, this is 32% lower than the same weekend last year. Year-to-date, 2017 is behind 2016 by $360 million or 4.9% at $7.07 billion to $7.43 billion. The year has lost over $500 million compared to last year’s pace during summer alone. This is a disaster. More...

Thursday Night Previews: Atomic Nukes the Competition with $1.52 million

July 28th, 2017

Atomic Blonde

Atomic Blonde easily topped The Emoji Movie during previews, earning $1.52 million. However, had the action flick not topped the family film, it would have been a disaster. Compared to other recent action films, Atomic Blonde underperformed Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets ($1.7 million) and Baby Driver ($2.1 million), but at least it topped King Arthur: Legend of the Sword ($1.15 million). This summer, the average action film has opened with just over 10 times what it made during its previews, which is bad news for Atomic Blonde, as it puts the film’s opening weekend at $15 million to $16 million. Its reviews are good, but not great enough to really change this trend. Even $20 million would be a boon after this start. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: War Goes Well for Apes Earning $56.26 million

July 18th, 2017

War for the Planet of the Apes

The weekend box office chart didn’t hold a lot of surprises. War for the Planet of the Apes earned first place with a slightly better than predicted result of $56.26 million, while most of the rest of our predictions were also close enough to be considered victories. Overall, the box office plummeted 21% from last weekend reaching $163 million. This was also a little lower than the same weekend last year. The emphasis is on “little”, as it only dropped by 0.062% or about $100,000. On its own, this would be nothing to worry about. However, 2017’s lead over 2016 has completely evaporated and the year is now 0.19% or $12 million behind last year’s pace at $6.21 billion to $6.22 billion. We’ve lost about $200 million this summer compared to last year and I don’t see that turning around any time soon. More...

Friday Estimates: Apes Win War with $22.1 million on Friday

July 15th, 2017

War for the Planet of the Apes

As expected, War for the Planet of the Apes earned first place on Friday. To match predictions, the film needed to make between $18 million and $19 million, but instead it earned $22.1 million during its first day of release. Furthermore, this is better than its previews were, so this suggests good word-of-mouth and longer than average legs. Its reviews are 94% positive and it earned a solid A from CinemaScore, so long legs wouldn’t be a shock. Perhaps it can reach $60 million over the weekend. Anything less than $55 million will be a little disappointing. Splitting the difference gets us a weekend target of $57 million. More...

Weekend Predictions: Will Apes vs. Spider be a One-Sided Fight?

July 13th, 2017

War for the Planet of the Apes

War for the Planet of the Apes is going to be the biggest of the three wide releases coming out this week. This much is a near certainty. However, there is some doubt if it will open in first place, or if Spider-Man: Homecoming will remain the top draw over the weekend. The only other wide release of the week is Wish Upon, a low-budget horror film, if it can just reach the top five, then the studio will be very happy. Finally, The Big Sick is expanding wide. Given its limited release run so far, it should become a sleeper hit over the summer. This weekend last year, The Secret Life of Pets and Ghostbusters had a one-two punch of nearly $100 million. I think War for the Planet of the Apes and Spider-Man: Homecoming will top that figure, while the overall depth should help 2017 win in the year-over-year competition, but it will likely be close. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Spider-Man has Wondrous $117.03 million Opening

July 11th, 2017

Spider-Man: Homecoming

The weekend box office chart held few surprises. Every film in the top five was close to our predictions, while the top two films were a little stronger. This includes Spider-Man: Homecoming, which pulled in $117.03 million during its opening weekend, making it the second fastest debut of the summer. (Only Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2 is ahead of it in that regard.) Despicable Me 3 held on better than most films this summer and will become a monster hit thanks to its international numbers. Overall, the box office rose by 22% from last weekend hitting $206 million. Unfortunately, this is still 5.1% lower than the same weekend last year. Before the summer began, 2017 had a $200 million lead over 2006. That lead is now down to just $13 million at $5.95 billion to $5.94 billion. This lead could be completely gone by the weekend. More...

Weekend Estimates: Spider-Man Comes Home to $117 Million Weekend

July 9th, 2017

Spider-Man: Homecoming

A $117 million opening weekend is pretty much all Sony could ask for from Spider-Man: Homecoming. It’s the second-best debut for the Spider-Man franchise, if you ignore the effects of inflation, and makes it almost certain that the franchise will break its unfortunate streak of earning less at the domestic box office with every new outing. With, reportedly, a more constrained budget—this is the least expensive Spider-Man film, adjusted for inflation—profitability looks assured, and Sony’s partnership with Disney looks as though it’s paying off. More...

Friday Estimates: Spider-Man has $50.5 million Reasons to Celebrate its Homecoming

July 8th, 2017

Spider-Man: Homecoming

Spider-Man: Homecoming dominated the box office on Friday and in a pleasant surprise, it beat predictions with $50.5 million during its opening day. Its opening day vs. its previews is almost identical to Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2, which would put the film on pace for $130 million over the weekend. Spider-Man: Homecoming did earn better reviews, while both movies earned a solid A from CinemaScore, and many more kids have no school on Monday compared to when Guardians debuted. All of this should help its legs. On the other hand, Homecoming could have a bigger Fanboy Effect, as Spider-Man is a much more established character. Because of that, I’m going to be a little more cautious and predict a $125 million opening weekend. This is still simply fantastic and the only downside is Sony and Disney have to work together to make this work in the long term. This is Sony’s second best domestic opening of all time. (Spider-Man 3 is the only one that beats it.) It could open with more than last year’s number one domestic hit for the studio, Ghostbusters, earned in total. Sony has a lot of reasons to work with Disney to keep Spider-Man in the MCU. More...

Weekend Predictions: Spider-Man’s Coming Home to the MCU

July 6th, 2017

Spider-Man: Homecoming

Spider-Man: Homecoming is the only film opened wide this weekend and that should help it dominate the box office. In fact, it should have the biggest opening since Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2. The competition will put a dent in Despicable Me 3’s box office during the weekend, but even so, it will likely break even sometime over the weekend. This weekend last year had The Secret Life of Pets at the top with just over $100 million, while there were four other films earning $10 million or more. Spider-Man: Homecoming should top The Secret Life of Pets, but the depth this year won’t be as good. If 2017 does lose the year-over-year competition, then its lead over 2016 could evaporate completely. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Is Despicable Becoming Disposable after $72.43 million Opening?

July 5th, 2017

Despicable Me 3

The weekend box office chart was as predicted, at least in terms of the order. Most of the new releases / top five had weaker openings / sharper declines. Despicable Me 3 still led the way, but with a more subdued $72.43 million. Baby Driver is hoping to earn that much in total after a $20.55 million / $29.58 million opening. This is almost as much as it cost to make. The House, on the other hand, was DOA with just $8.72 million. On the positive side, Monday and Tuesday were much stronger than usual, so rather than looking at the weekend box office and saying it is weaker than anticipated, we could instead say the weekend box office was stretched out over five days. Overall, the box office grew 20% from last week to $169 million. This is down 11% from the same weekend last year, but again, one could argue this is due to a misalignment in the Independence Day holiday. Year-to-date, 2017 is still ahead of 2016, but the lead shrank to under $30 million at $5.64 billion to $5.61 billion. More...

Revised Weekend Estimates: Despicable Shrinks to $72.41 million

July 3rd, 2017

Despicable Me 3

The combination of Canada Day and Independence Day has resulted in some studios not releasing the weekend final numbers today. Some are releasing final numbers, some have updated Sunday’s estimates, while others are just waiting until Wednesday for final results. Despicable Me 3 is in the middle category, as Universal revised its estimate downwards to $72.41 million. This is still a great opening, but it is also a troubling trajectory, as it has fallen a lot from Friday’s Estimates, when it looked like it was going to hit $83 million. Granted, this is still the sixth-biggest opening of the year, so Universal has reason to celebrate, but its internal multiplier suggests short legs for a family film. I think this is a case of franchise fatigue, as its reviews were good, even if they were not as good as the previous Despicable Me films. More...

Weekend Estimates: Despicable Me’s Solid $75 Million Starts July 4 Holiday Week

July 2nd, 2017

Despicable Me 3

With July 4 falling on a Tuesday this year, this is less a holiday weekend, and more the beginning of a holiday week, and it’s bookended by new releases from two of the industry’s most reliable franchises. Despicable Me 3 starts off festivities this weekend with a solid-but-unspectacular $75.4 million from a record-setting 4,529 theaters. Breaking The Twilight Saga: Eclipse’s record for widest opening weekend of all time is no small feat for Universal, but it’s an ominous sign for the franchise that the only film to open in close to this number of theaters and pull in similar numbers at the box office was Shrek Forever After, which opened with $70.8 million in 4,359 theaters back in 2010. That was the last Shrek movie, and this might be a good time for Gru to call it a day. More...

Friday Estimates: Despicable Me 3’s $29.2 million Debut is Top Animated Day of the Year

July 1st, 2017

Despicable Me 3

As expected, Despicable Me 3 earned first place at the box office on Friday with $29.2 million. This is the best single day for an animated film this year. To emphasize, this isn’t just the best opening day, but the best single day, and it should top that on Saturday. The previous record was $23.00 million, earned by The Lego Batman Movie. This film’s reviews are not as good as The Lego Batman Movie’s reviews are (they both earned A minuses from CinemaScore) so it won’t have the same legs. That said, an $83 million opening is still a great start and roughly on par with Despicable Me 2. More...

Thursday Night Previews: Despicable Me 3 Finds $4.1 million During Previews

June 30th, 2017

Despicable Me 3

Despicable Me 3 earned $4.1 million during previews last night, which is both good and bad. It is the best previews for an animated film this year, topping the $2.8 million Cars 3 earned earlier this month. However, it is weaker than the $4.7 million Despicable Me 2 earned and that film was a Wednesday release, so that would have depressed its previews even more, which makes this comparison even worse for Despicable Me 3. The Secret Life of Pets opened on a Friday and earned $5.3 million during its previews. If we use that film as a gauge, then Despicable Me 3 will earn $81 million over the weekend. Despicable Me 3 has earned weaker reviews than those The Secret Life of Pets earned, while it is also a sequel, which tends to hurt legs. We predicted $82 million, but that might be a little optimistic now. It should come close, on the other hand. More...

Weekend Predictions: Can Despicable have a Picable Opening?

June 29th, 2017

Despicable Me 3

Despicable Me 3 should dominate the box office this weekend, which is good news, because the last few weeks have been underwhelming. In fact, we haven’t had a monster hit since Wonder Woman started the month off with a bang. The House is an R-rated comedy, but since the last such film to come out bombed, I’m a little worried about its chances. Baby Driver opened on Wednesday and its early numbers are promising. It won’t be a $100 million hit, but it should earn a solid profit for Sony. This weekend last year, there were no monster hits at the box office, but there was solid depth. This weekend, we should be much stronger on top, while the depth won’t be that much weaker, leading to 2017 ending its mini-losing streak. More...

Contest: Me Me Me

June 23rd, 2017

Despicable Me 3

Despicable Me 3 is going to win next weekend’s box office race. There’s no doubt about that. In fact, it will make more than Baby Driver and The House will make combined. Because of this, it is the only real choice for the target film in this week’s box office prediction contest. In order to win, one must simply predict the opening three-day weekend box office number for Despicable Me 3.

Whoever comes the closest to predicting the film's opening 3-day weekend box office (Friday to Sunday), without going over, will win a Frankenprise consisting of their choice of either one TV on DVD release, two movies, or a kids package (could be a theatrical release, a couple of single-disc TV on DVD releases, or a full season TV on DVD release). Whoever comes the closest to predicting the film's opening 3-day weekend box office (Friday to Sunday), without going under, will also win a Frankenprize, as described above. Finally, we will be choosing an entrant from the group of people who haven't won, or haven't won recently, and they will win the final Frankenprize, as described above.

Entries must be received by 10 a.m., Pacific Time on Friday to be eligible, so don't delay! More...

2017 Preview: June

June 1st, 2017

Despicable Me 3

May was a really soft month with only one unqualified hit, Guardians of the Galaxy, Vol. 2, which is climbing towards $375 million domestically. The second biggest hit of the month will be Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales and I would be surprised if it tops $150 million by any serious margin. June looks a lot more profitable. There are five weeks and every week there is at least one film with a great shot at $100 million or more. In fact, there are four films with at least a decent shot at $200 million and we could double the number of $300 million hits released so far this year. Wonder Woman is widely expected to start the month with an explosive debut and pulling in more than $100 million during its opening weekend is more and more likely. That said, Despicable Me 3 will probably end up being the biggest hit overall with over $300 million. Meanwhile, Cars 3 and Transformers: The Last Knight are both aiming for $200 million. Last June was not particularly strong, outside of one hit. Finding Dory earned nearly $500 million domestically, while the second best film, Central Intelligence, barely earned a quarter of that. I don’t think any film will come close to Finding Dory, but there’s a lot more depth this time around and I have high hopes 2017 will extend its lead. More...

Baby Driver Trailer

May 2nd, 2017

Action movie starring Ansel Elgort, Kevin Spacey, and Lily James, directed by Edgar Wright opens June 28 ... 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
2017/06/30 - $22,337   48 $465   $22,337 1
2017/07/07 - $5,337 -76% 26 $205   $40,180 2

Box Office Summary Per Territory

Territory Release
Box Office
Argentina 7/27/2017 $203,149 100 100 168 $404,313 9/12/2017
Aruba 6/29/2017 $6,504 3 3 9 $20,709 4/19/2018
Australia 7/14/2017 $3,498,087 412 412 2021 $10,599,605 11/8/2017
Austria 7/28/2017 $163,697 62 65 356 $680,640 10/24/2017
Bahrain 7/20/2017 $130,887 9 9 33 $540,757 10/9/2017
Belgium 8/2/2017 $428,426 54 63 409 $1,485,013 10/16/2017
Bolivia 9/7/2017 $27,618 24 24 48 $66,829 10/3/2017
Brazil 7/27/2017 $1,268,457 286 286 732 $2,870,022 9/20/2017
Bulgaria 7/21/2017 $11,790 0 54 166 $206,368 10/9/2017
Cambodia 6/29/2017 $22,337 48 48 74 $40,180 7/11/2017
Central America 8/31/2017 $249,979 144 144 274 $519,754 10/3/2017
Chile 8/10/2017 $102,839 56 56 92 $248,982 9/5/2017
China 8/25/2017 $9,700,000 68033 68033 79833 $16,148,312 9/25/2017
Colombia 9/7/2017 $188,495 190 190 249 $295,940 9/25/2017
Croatia 8/24/2017 $93,167 51 51 147 $221,216 10/9/2017
Curacao 6/29/2017 $7,039 6 6 19 $35,370 8/1/2017
Czech Republic 7/27/2017 $88,010 96 96 286 $369,263 9/13/2017
Denmark 6/29/2017 $239,564 73 73 366 $1,225,313 10/11/2017
Dominican Republic 8/10/2017 $46,763 33 33 154 $181,099 10/9/2017
East Africa 7/21/2017 $2,812 1 1 2 $6,320 8/1/2017
Ecuador 8/10/2017 $76,550 40 40 144 $225,707 9/12/2017
Egypt 7/20/2017 $55,802 13 13 74 $299,705 9/5/2017
Estonia 6/30/2017 $36,763 12 13 53 $137,118 9/12/2017
Finland 7/21/2017 $100,710 59 59 254 $535,140 10/24/2017
France 7/19/2017 $1,794,880 296 318 2091 $6,916,443 9/25/2017
Germany 7/27/2017 $1,146,378 410 416 2380 $4,012,428 10/11/2017
Ghana 7/28/2017 $3,998 3 3 19 $14,961 9/20/2017
Greece 8/17/2017 $86,396 71 71 136 $247,682 9/12/2017
Hong Kong 9/14/2017 $241,673 82 82 142 $412,195 10/11/2017
Hungary 6/29/2017 $146,923 45 45 216 $523,867 9/5/2017
Iceland 6/28/2017 $67,615 7 7 28 $204,442 8/30/2017
India 6/30/2017 $308,395 132 132 258 $774,654 8/22/2017
Indonesia 8/30/2017 $895,548 301 301 613 $1,675,303 10/3/2017
Iraq 7/20/2017 $24,394 5 6 25 $88,169 8/30/2017
Israel 6/29/2017 $256,606 33 33 244 $1,221,815 10/3/2017
Italy 9/8/2017 $1,015,877 393 393 890 $2,192,862 11/8/2017
Jamaica 6/28/2017 $18,081 5 5 17 $76,793 8/1/2017
Japan 8/19/2017 $395,458 40 69 538 $3,330,401 11/21/2017
Jordan 7/20/2017 $69,583 6 6 34 $285,011 9/12/2017
Kenya 6/30/2017 $20,037 17 17 44 $53,424 9/18/2017
Kuwait 7/20/2017 $241,091 15 15 40 $606,225 8/22/2017
Latvia 6/30/2017 $23,437 7 7 29 $96,274 9/5/2017
Lebanon 7/20/2017 $109,620 19 20 90 $449,365 9/18/2017
Lithuania 6/30/2017 $44,978 144 144 307 $142,950 8/2/2017
Malaysia 7/20/2017 $636,390 300 300 699 $1,509,024 9/5/2017
Mexico 8/10/2017 $1,495,123 636 636 1626 $4,650,773 10/16/2017
Netherlands 6/30/2017 $554,379 84 92 824 $2,945,678 10/16/2017
New Zealand 7/21/2017 $416,437 77 81 488 $1,302,328 10/11/2017
Nigeria 7/28/2017 $31,697 27 27 109 $91,748 9/13/2017
North America 6/28/2017 $20,553,320 3226 3226 21722 $107,825,862 1/8/2018
Norway 8/4/2017 $323,942 154 154 537 $1,285,738 10/24/2017
Oman 7/20/2017 $76,905 11 11 29 $212,376 8/16/2017
Pakistan 6/28/2017 $33,831 12 12 27 $78,503 8/1/2017
Paraguay 9/21/2017 $13,324 14 14 20 $42,725 10/11/2017
Peru 8/10/2017 $112,668 44 44 67 $249,592 9/13/2017
Philippines 8/2/2017 $537,406 169 169 289 $900,984 9/5/2017
Poland 7/7/2017 $246,283 113 113 554 $1,207,407 9/25/2017
Portugal 8/3/2017 $190,116 50 59 280 $1,051,996 10/19/2017
Qatar 7/20/2017 $216,406 14 14 35 $464,774 8/30/2017
Romania 6/28/2017 $102,776 66 66 298 $423,818 9/12/2017
Russia (CIS) 8/25/2017 $2,642,255 996 996 2881 $5,823,490 10/25/2017
Serbia and Montenegro 8/24/2017 $29,588 25 25 68 $62,749 10/3/2017
Singapore 7/20/2017 $219,524 34 34 158 $805,108 11/21/2017
Slovakia 7/27/2017 $53,070 61 61 138 $142,903 9/13/2017
Slovenia 8/24/2017 $27,106 18 18 55 $74,024 10/11/2017
South Africa 8/4/2017 $173,263 85 91 404 $732,731 10/16/2017
South Korea 8/21/2017 $0 0 778 1663 $6,289,395 3/15/2018
Spain 7/7/2017 $845,362 391 391 1550 $3,081,816 10/11/2017
Suriname 6/30/2017 $870 1 1 6 $5,201 8/8/2017
Sweden 7/26/2017 $390,098 94 94 361 $1,293,830 10/3/2017
Switzerland 7/19/2017 $62,573 16 65 228 $888,427 9/25/2017
Syria 7/20/2017 $8,199 1 2 8 $36,622 8/23/2017
Taiwan 8/3/2017 $518,118 92 92 270 $1,410,646 9/12/2017
Thailand 9/14/2017 $408,231 163 163 318 $923,777 10/16/2017
Trinidad 6/28/2017 $62,003 18 18 75 $222,132 8/22/2017
Turkey 6/30/2017 $142,996 192 192 582 $595,241 8/16/2017
Ukraine 8/24/2017 $288,481 268 268 778 $664,321 10/3/2017
United Arab Emirates 7/20/2017 $752,009 52 52 149 $1,838,993 10/3/2017
United Kingdom 6/30/2017 $4,685,776 543 573 3454 $17,200,795 10/25/2017
Uruguay 8/10/2017 $37,371 16 16 45 $117,395 10/9/2017
Venezuela 9/8/2017 $60,082 66 66 232 $313,765 10/24/2017
Vietnam 6/30/2017 $155,190 109 109 228 $361,517 7/25/2017
Rest of World $287,042
Worldwide Total$228,104,185 4/19/2018

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Lead Ensemble Members


Supporting Cast

Jon Bernthal    Griff
Flea    Eddie No-Nose
Sky Ferreira    Baby’s Mom
Lanny Joon    JD
Lance Palmer    Baby’s Dad
Micah Howard    Barista
Morgan Brown    Street Preacher
C.J. Jones    Joseph
Hudson Meek    Young Baby
Viviana Chavez    Diner Waitress
Hal Whiteside    Cook
Clay Donahue Fontenot    Marine
Brigitte Kali    Young Mother
Patrick R. Walker    Frat Boy #1
Ben VanderMey    Frat Boy #2
David Robert Lewis    Waiter
Big Boi    Restaurant Patron #1
Killer Mike    Restaurant Patron #2
Brogan Hall    Samm
Allison King    Nice Lady Teller
Richard Marcos Taylor    Armie
Paul Williams    The Butcher
Joe Loya    Security Guard
Andrew McDermott    Freeze Cop
Chris Beanland*    Bullhorn Cop
Andrea Frye    Carjack Lady
Thomas E. Haynes    Anchor
Russell B. Spencer    Anchor
Cynne Simpson    Anchor
Keith Hudson    Diner Cop
Sidney Sewell    Hellcat Thug #1
Thurman Sewell    Hellcat Thug #2
Elijah Everett    Parking Garage Security Guard
Jon Spencer    Prison Guard
Walter Hill    Courtroom Interpreter
Wilbur Fitzgerald    Judge


Morse Diggs    Himself

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Production and Technical Credits

Edgar Wright    Screenwriter
Nira Park    Producer
Tim Bevan    Producer
Eric Fellner    Producer
Edgar Wright    Executive Producer
Adam Merims    Executive Producer
James Biddle    Executive Producer
Rachel Prior    Executive Producer
Liza Chasin    Executive Producer
Michelle Wright    Executive Producer
Bill Pope    Director of Photography
Marcus Rowland    Production Designer
Jonathan Amos    Editor
Paul Machliss    Editor
Steven Price    Composer
Courtney Hoffman    Costume Designer
Ryan Heffington    Choreography
Francine Maisler    Casting Director
Haley Sweet    Unit Production Manager
Adam Merims    Unit Production Manager
Walter Gasparovic    First Assistant Director
David E. Waters    Key Second Assistant Director
Darrin Prescott    Second Unit Director
Darrin Prescott    Stunt Coordinator
Robert Nagle    Stunt Coordinator
Jeremy Fry    Stunt Coordinator
Julian Slater    Supervising Sound Editor
Julian Slater    Sound Designer
Leo Thompson    Associate Producer
Nigel Churcher    Art Director
Douglas Dresser    Location Manager
Dug Rotstein    Script Supervisor
Stuart Lashley    Visual Effects Supervisor
Jerry Ramsbottom    First Assistant Editor
Kirsten Lane    Music Supervisor
Miranda Jones    Post-Production Supervisor
Mark Byers    Special Effects Supervisor
Cheryl Beasley Blackwell    Costume Supervisor
Fionagh Cush    Make up
Phyllis Temple    Make up
Greg Funk    Make-up and Prosthetic Effects Designer
Kelvin Trahan    Hairstylist
Leslie D. Bennett*    Hairstylist
Wilson Webb    Stills Photographer
Kathy Driscoll-Mohler    Casting Associate-LA
Jordana Sapiurka    Casting Assistant-LA
Meagan Lewis    Casting-Atlanta
Brent Caballero    Casting-Atlanta
Theresa Hernandez    Casting Associate-Atlanta
Rose Locke    Extras Casting
Julian Slater    Re-recording Mixer
Tim Cavagin    Re-recording Mixer
Dan Morgan    Supervising Dialogue/ADR Editor
Jeremy Price    Sound Effects Editor
Martin Cantwell    Sound Effects Editor
Arthur Graley    Sound Effects Editor
Rowan Watson    Sound Effects Editor
Bradley Farmer    Music Editor
Glen Gathard    Foley Mixer
Gareth Cousins    Score Mixer
Moriah Etherington-Sparks    Visual Effects Producer
Ken Dailey    Visual Effects Producer
Gary Brown    Visual Effects Supervisor
Mark Wellband    Visual Effects Producer
Mary H. Ellis    Sound Mixer

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