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Blockers (2018)

Blockers
Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $59,839,515Details
International Box Office $33,350,195Details
Worldwide Box Office $93,189,710
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  7. Cast & Crew
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Synopsis

When three parents discover their daughters’ pact to lose their virginity at prom, they launch a covert one-night operation to stop the teens from sealing the deal.

Metrics

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Movie Details

Production Budget:$21,000,000
Domestic Releases: April 6th, 2018 (Wide) by Universal
International Releases: March 29th, 2018 (Wide) (Slovenia)
March 30th, 2018 (Wide) (Australia)
March 30th, 2018 (Wide) (New Zealand)
March 30th, 2018 (Wide) (United Kingdom)
April 5th, 2018 (Wide) (Israel)
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Video Release: June 19th, 2018 by Universal Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: R for crude and sexual content, and language throughout, drug content, teen partying, and some graphic nudity
(Rating bulletin 2512 (Cert #51444), 1/31/2018)
Running Time: 102 minutes
Comparisons: vs. Game Night
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Keywords: Epilogue, Prom, Loss Of Virginity, High School, Sex Comedy, Dysfunctional Family, Interracial Romance, LGBT, Closeted Homosexual, Coming Out, Prologue, Same Role, Multiple Actors, Teenage Sex Comedy, Single Parent, Empty Nest, Graduation, Scene in End Credits
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Comedy
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: Point Grey, Good Universe, Hurwitz & Schlossberg Productions, Universal Pictures, DMG Entertainment
Production Countries: United States

Ranking on other Records and Milestones

RecordRankAmountChart
Date
Days In
Release
Biggest Domestic April Weekend 79 $20,556,350 Apr 6, 2018 3

Lead Ensemble Members

   Lisa
   Hunter
   Mitchell
   Julie
   Kayla
   Sam

Supporting Cast

Ramona Young    Angelica
Graham Phillips    Austin
Miles Robbins    Connor
Jimmy Bellinger    Chad
Colton Dunn    Rudy
Sarayu Blue*    Marcie
Gary Cole    Ron
Gina Gershon    Cathy
June Diane Raphael    Brenda
Hannibal Buress    Frank
Anniston Almond    Julie (6 years old)
Noor Anna Maher    Kayla (6 years old)
Hannah Goergen    Sam (6 years old)
Chad Sanborn    Magician
Aubree McGuire    Julie (9 years old)
Milana Alrayes    Kayla (9 years old)
Rylee Whiteman    Sam (9 years old)
Amelia Oswald    Julie (12 years old)
Madeline Paris Erwin    Kayla (12 years old)
Aubrey Michele Katz    Sam (12 years old)
Brian Shortfall    Whistle Guy
Amy Chandler    Neighbor at Pre-Party
Andrew Lopez    Jake Donahue
Victoria Hall    Prom Girl
Jake Picking    Kyler
T.C. Carter    Jayden
Kathryn Lim    Girl in Hotel Lobby
Jordan Olivia Howell    Meth Girl

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

Production and Technical Credits

   Director
Eben Russell    Screenwriter
Brian Kehoe    Screenwriter
Jim Kehoe    Screenwriter
Jon Hurwitz    Screenwriter
Hayden Schlossberg    Screenwriter
Seth Rogen    Producer
Evan Goldberg    Producer
James Weaver    Producer
Jon Hurwitz    Producer
Hayden Schlossberg    Producer
Chris Fenton    Producer
Nathan Kahane    Executive Producer
Joseph Drake    Executive Producer
Chris Cowles    Executive Producer
Josh Fagen    Executive Producer
David Stassen    Executive Producer
Jonathan McCoy    Executive Producer
Stacey Schroeder    Editor
Brandon Tonner-Connolly    Production Designer
Mateo Messina    Composer
Russ Alsobrook    Cinematographer
Kelli Konop    Co-Producer
Spencer Wong    Co-Producer
Joseph Amaral    Co-Producer
Kyle Hunter    Co-Producer
Ariel Shaffir    Co-Producer
Sarah Mae Burton    Costume Designer
Nicole Abellera    Casting Director
Jeanne McCarthy    Casting Director
Steven Ritzi    Stunt Coordinator
Manish Raval    Music Supervisor
Tom Wolfe    Music Supervisor
Jonathan McCoy    Unit Production Manager
Ivan Fonseca    First Assistant Director
J.B. Rogers    First Assistant Director
Amir R. Khan    Key Second Assistant Director
Brady Fujikawa    Associate Producer
Kelley Sims    Production Supervisor
Heather Dumas    Art Director
Melisa Jusufi    Set Decorator
Kevin Vickery    Set Designer
David Fletcher    Special Effects Supervisor
Megan Sanders    Costume Supervisor
Tina Roesler Kerwin    Make up
Carla Chao Brenholtz    Make up
Anne Morgan    Hairstylist
Darrell Fielder    Hairstylist
Amber Harley    Script Supervisor
Miles Henley    Location Manager
Nancy Kirhoffer    Post-Production Supervisor
Joe Dickerson    First Assistant Editor
Nathan Bruner    Second Assistant Editor
Michael Baird    Supervising Sound Editor
Paul Knox    Sound Effects Editor
Trevor Gates    Sound Effects Editor
Danika Benton    Dialogue Editor
Jason Dotts    Dialogue Editor
Patrick Cyccone    Re-recording Mixer
Raoul Yorke Bolognini    Visual Effects Producer
Victor Scalise    Visual Effects Supervisor
Jeff Goldman    Visual Effects Supervisor
Richard Ivan Mann    Visual Effects Producer
David Lebensfeld    Visual Effects Supervisor
Grant Miller    Visual Effects Supervisor
Matthew Poliquin    Visual Effects Executive Producer
Oliver Taylor    Visual Effects Executive Producer
Adam Lambert    Visual Effects Producer
George P. Rizkallah    Visual Effects Supervisor
Reinard J. Palisoc    Visual Effects Producer
Culley Bunker    Visual Effects Supervisor
Kimberly Church    Visual Effects Producer
Ravindra Tamhankar    Visual Effects Producer
Lance Ranzer    Visual Effects Supervisor

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

Home Market Releases for July 3rd, 2018

July 3rd, 2018

Blockers

We are deep into the summer doldrums on the home market. Blockers is the biggest first-run release of the week, and also the best. The DVD or Blu-ray Combo Pack is a contender for Pick of the Week, thanks in part to the lack of competition. It’s not the only contender, as both Dietrich and von Sternberg in Hollywood: The Criterion Collection and JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Set 2: Stardust Crusades Arc are also worthy of that title. In the end, I rolled a dice and Blockers came out on top. More...

Featured Blu-ray and DVD Review: Blockers

July 2nd, 2018

Blockers

Blockers is a teenage sex comedy with two main differences. Firstly, the teens trying to lose their virginity are girls, not boys. Secondly, the main characters are their parents, who are trying to stop them. Can these two changes revive a tired genre? Or is there only so much you can do with this type of film? More...

Home Market Releases for June 19th, 2018

June 19th, 2018

Dark Matter: Season Three

Summer is the worst time of the year for the home market and this week is no exception. The “biggest” new release of the week is Pacific Rim: Uprising, but it is not worth picking up. There are a few contenders for Pick of the Week, including the final season of Dark Matter; a dark comedy, The Death of Stalin; and an Anime release, Re:Zero - Starting Life in Another World. In the end, I went with Dark Matter as the Pick of the Week. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Rampage Climbs Ahead of A Quiet Place with $35.75 million

April 16th, 2018

Rampage

Rampage was widely expected to earn first place over the weekend, and it did. However, A Quiet Place gave it a real run for its money and after Friday’s estimates, it looked like the horror film would repeat on top. Meanwhile, Truth or Dare was also a pleasant surprise at the box office earning close to $19 million on a $3.5 million production budget. Overall, the box office fell 9.8% from last weekend to $147 million. This is also 13% lower than the same weekend last year. That said, The Fate of the Furious opened this weekend last year and earned almost $100 million, so it could have been worse. Year-to-date, 2018 is still behind behind 2017 by $70 million or 2.0% or $3.27 billion to $3.33 billion. More...

Friday Estimates: Quiet Looks to Silence Rampage

April 14th, 2018

Rampage

Rampage earned first place on Friday, barely, with $11.5 million. Its reviews slipped down to exactly 50%, but that’s still the best ever for a wide release based on a video game, and it earned an impressive A minus from CinemaScore. This adds up to a $32 million opening weekend. Unfortunately, the film cost $120 million to make and even more for its global P&A. And as we will see shortly, A Quiet Place was right on its tail on Friday. Fortunately, the film is doing better in some international markets. For example, it earned $15.6 million in China alone, with an early estimate of $21.2 million for Saturday. More...

Weekend Predictions: Will Rampage Shake Up the Box Office?

April 12th, 2018

Rampage

Rampage is the biggest new release of the week and at one time it was widely assumed it would be the biggest hit of the month. Granted, this changed the second Infinity War moved up to an April release. However, now the film likely won’t even be the second biggest hit of the month, as A Quiet Place dominated last weekend. Truth or Dare has to deal with direct competition and that’s going to kill it. Finally, Isle of Dogs is expanding semi-wide. It likely won’t reach the top five, but it is already doing well for a limited release. This weekend last year, The Fate of the Furious opened with nearly $100 million. That’s about what the top four will earn this year. I can’t imagine 2018 coming ahead in the year-over-year comparison. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Quiet Place Helps the Box Office Make Some Noise

April 9th, 2018

A Quiet Place

A Quiet Place not only topped predictions, it nearly doubled them earning $50.20 million during its opening weekend. The rest of the new releases also beat expectations, albeit by much smaller margins. Blockers nearly matched its production budget, while Chappaquiddick and The Miracle Season didn’t embarrass themselves. Add in some strong holds and the total box office was a surprisingly robust $162 million. This is 19% higher than last weekend and 36% higher than the same weekend last year. Year-to-date, 2018 is still behind 2017 by $60 million or 1.8% at $3.07 billion to $3.12 billion. This is half as much as the gap was this time last week, which is great news going forward. More...

Weekend Estimates: A Quiet Place Opens in the Black with $50 million

April 8th, 2018

A Quiet Place

If it weren’t for Black Panther, A Quiet Place would be the biggest surprise hit of the year so far. The film earned $50 million during its opening weekend, on a budget of just $17 million. Its initial ad buy was probably less than $25 million, meaning this film earned more in its opening weekend that its combined budget. However, I assume Paramount Pictures put in at least another $10 million ad buy on Saturday after Friday’s estimates showed up. As for the film’s future, its reviews are close to Award-worthy and it earned a B plus from CinemaScore, which is impressive for a horror film. Additionally, the film saw its score rise on Saturday when compared to Friday, which is not common for a new release. Previews plus the opening day rush usually result in small declines for films aimed at this target audience. It is still a horror film and next week there is big competition and direct competition, so its legs likely won’t be great, but its nearly guaranteed a profit by this time next week. More...

Friday Estimates: A Quiet Place has Deafening Opening with $19 million

April 7th, 2018

A Quiet Place

There are people at Paramount Pictures walking around with confused looks on their faces. They don’t know what to do, because it has been so long since they have had an unqualified box office hit like this. A Quiet Place earned $19 million on Friday, which is well above expectations and more than it cost to make. Its reviews are 97% positive, while it earned a B plus from CinemaScore, which is amazing for a horror film. Granted, horror films still tend to be front-loaded, but an opening weekend of close to $50 million is possible. Being a little more conservative is probably a good idea, so let’s go with $47 million. We would have to go back to 2016's Arrival to find the last time Paramount had a film that was an unqualified box office hit. That film likely broke even early in its home market run. A Quiet Place will likely break even just on its domestic theatrical numbers. More...

Thursday Night Previews: Quiet Makes Some Noise on Thursday Night earning $4.3 million

April 6th, 2018

A Quiet Place

A Quiet Place stunned analysts with $4.3 million during Thursday night previews. This is almost 50% more than many were expecting. Add in its 96% positive reviews and the film has a real shot at opening with over $30 million. By comparison, earlier this year, Insidious: The Last Key earned nearly $2 million during its previews on its way to a nearly $30 million opening. On the other hand, it is a horror film and those tend to be front-loaded, it is wise to be a little conservative. I suspect we will have to raise our expectations when Friday’s numbers arrive tomorrow. More...

Weekend Predictions: Will April Have a Quiet Start?

April 5th, 2018

A Quiet Place

There are only two wide releases this week, A Quiet Place and Blockers, both of which are expected to be midlevel hits. There are also two films opening semi-wide, Chappaquiddick and The Miracle Season, neither of which are expected to open in the top five. This weekend last year, The Boss Baby led the way with $26.36 million during its second weekend of release. A Quiet Place could top that, but even if it does, last year’s depth will probably keep 2017 behind 2018 in the year-over-year comparison. More...

2018 Preview: April

April 1st, 2018

Avengers: Infinity War

Well, March has ended and it was a very disappointing month. Black Panther made more than any of the new releases did. The only potential big hit that didn’t miss expectations was Ready Player One. Because of this, 2018 lost its lead over 2017 and is now over $100 million behind last year’s pace. April is usually a terrible month, because it is a dumping ground, especially late in the month. No studio wants to compete with the first monster hit of the Summer. This year, the first monster hit of the summer, Avengers: Infinity War, opens in April. It will make more during its opening weekend than any other April release will make in total. It might make more opening day than any other April release will make in total. The only film that has a real chance to earn more than $100 million is Rampage, a video game adaptation. Last April, The Fate of the Furious earned more than $1.2 billion worldwide, but “only” earned $225.76 million of that domestically. Infinity War should earn more than that opening weekend. The second biggest hit of last April was Smurfs: The Lost Village and Going in Style, both of which earned $45.02 million. If 2018 doesn’t retake the lead by the end of the month, then 2018 is in trouble at the box office. More...

Blockers Trailer

February 26th, 2018

Comedy starring Leslie Mann, Ike Barinholtz, and John Cena opens April 6 ... Full Movie Details.

When three parents discover their daughters’ pact to lose their virginity at prom, they launch a covert one-night operation to stop the teens from sealing the deal. More...

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Domestic Cumulative Box Office Records


Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2018/04/06 3 $20,556,350   3,379 $6,084   $20,556,350 1
2018/04/13 5 $10,770,310 -48% 3,418 $3,151   $37,403,980 2
2018/04/20 7 $6,835,145 -37% 3,134 $2,181   $48,102,190 3
2018/04/27 8 $2,975,260 -56% 2,324 $1,280   $53,246,750 4
2018/05/04 10 $1,751,340 -41% 1,672 $1,047   $56,222,840 5
2018/05/11 12 $1,115,025 -36% 1,111 $1,004   $58,126,660 6
2018/05/18 17 $462,580 -59% 439 $1,054   $59,038,055 7
2018/05/25 24 $206,990 -55% 197 $1,051   $59,401,215 8
2018/06/01 28 $132,350 -36% 152 $871   $59,630,490 9
2018/06/08 33 $95,600 -28% 126 $759   $59,788,830 10

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2018/04/06 2 $7,768,185   3,379 $2,299   $7,768,185 1
2018/04/07 3 $8,223,180 +6% 3,379 $2,434   $15,991,365 2
2018/04/08 3 $4,564,985 -44% 3,379 $1,351   $20,556,350 3
2018/04/09 3 $1,435,505 -69% 3,379 $425   $21,991,855 4
2018/04/10 3 $2,039,640 +42% 3,379 $604   $24,031,495 5
2018/04/11 4 $1,336,975 -34% 3,379 $396   $25,368,470 6
2018/04/12 3 $1,265,200 -5% 3,379 $374   $26,633,670 7
2018/04/13 4 $3,276,145 +159% 3,418 $958   $29,909,815 8
2018/04/14 5 $4,545,160 +39% 3,418 $1,330   $34,454,975 9
2018/04/15 5 $2,949,005 -35% 3,418 $863   $37,403,980 10
2018/04/16 5 $933,510 -68% 3,418 $273   $38,337,490 11
2018/04/17 4 $1,210,915 +30% 3,418 $354   $39,548,405 12
2018/04/18 3 $878,535 -27% 3,418 $257   $40,426,940 13
2018/04/19 4 $840,105 -4% 3,418 $246   $41,267,045 14
2018/04/20 6 $2,124,940 +153% 3,134 $678   $43,391,985 15
2018/04/21 7 $3,058,140 +44% 3,134 $976   $46,450,125 16
2018/04/22 7 $1,652,065 -46% 3,134 $527   $48,102,190 17
2018/04/23 6 $527,325 -68% 3,134 $168   $48,629,515 18
2018/04/24 5 $737,720 +40% 3,134 $235   $49,367,235 19
2018/04/25 6 $545,955 -26% 3,134 $174   $49,913,190 20
2018/04/26 6 $358,300 -34% 3,134 $114   $50,271,490 21
2018/04/27 8 $890,680 +149% 2,324 $383   $51,162,170 22
2018/04/28 8 $1,308,490 +47% 2,324 $563   $52,470,660 23
2018/04/29 9 $776,090 -41% 2,324 $334   $53,246,750 24
2018/04/30 7 $288,480 -63% 2,324 $124   $53,535,230 25
2018/05/01 7 $391,160 +36% 2,324 $168   $53,926,390 26
2018/05/02 7 $282,745 -28% 2,324 $122   $54,209,135 27
2018/05/03 7 $262,365 -7% 2,324 $113   $54,471,500 28
2018/05/04 11 $549,285 +109% 1,672 $329   $55,020,785 29
2018/05/05 10 $730,435 +33% 1,672 $437   $55,751,220 30
2018/05/06 10 $471,620 -35% 1,672 $282   $56,222,840 31
2018/05/07 10 $184,445 -61% 1,672 $110   $56,407,285 32
2018/05/08 10 $263,880 +43% 1,672 $158   $56,671,165 33
2018/05/09 10 $189,880 -28% 1,672 $114   $56,861,045 34
2018/05/10 10 $150,590 -21% 1,672 $90   $57,011,635 35
2018/05/11 10 $326,405 +117% 1,111 $294   $57,338,040 36
2018/05/12 10 $476,700 +46% 1,111 $429   $57,814,740 37
2018/05/13 12 $311,920 -35% 1,111 $281   $58,126,660 38
2018/05/14 11 $117,355 -62% 1,111 $106   $58,244,015 39
2018/05/15 10 $159,575 +36% 1,111 $144   $58,403,590 40
2018/05/16 12 $116,310 -27% 1,111 $105   $58,519,900 41
2018/05/17 13 $55,575 -52% 1,111 $50   $58,575,475 42
2018/05/18 - $118,125 +113% 439 $269   $58,693,600 43
2018/05/19 15 $172,990 +46% 428 $404   $58,866,590 44
2018/05/20 14 $171,465 -1% 439 $391   $59,038,055 45
2018/05/21 - $44,125 -74% 439 $101   $59,082,180 46
2018/05/22 15 $49,815 +13% 439 $113   $59,131,995 47
2018/05/23 - $39,490 -21% 439 $90   $59,171,485 48
2018/05/24 - $22,740 -42% 439 $52   $59,194,225 49
2018/05/25 - $58,605 +158% 197 $297   $59,252,830 50
2018/05/26 - $79,470 +36% 197 $403   $59,332,300 51
2018/05/27 - $68,915 -13% 197 $350   $59,401,215 52
2018/05/28 - $34,310 -50% 197 $174   $59,435,525 53
2018/05/29 - $24,960 -27% 197 $127   $59,460,485 54
2018/05/30 - $19,875 -20% 197 $101   $59,480,360 55
2018/05/31 - $17,780 -11% 197 $90   $59,498,140 56
2018/06/01 - $39,335 +121% 152 $259   $59,537,475 57
2018/06/02 - $61,255 +56% 152 $403   $59,598,730 58
2018/06/03 - $31,760 -48% 152 $209   $59,630,490 59
2018/06/04 - $14,980 -53% 152 $99   $59,645,470 60
2018/06/05 - $20,285 +35% 152 $133   $59,665,755 61
2018/06/06 - $15,275 -25% 152 $100   $59,681,030 62
2018/06/07 - $12,200 -20% 152 $80   $59,693,230 63
2018/06/08 - $27,010 +121% 126 $214   $59,720,240 64
2018/06/09 - $43,275 +60% 126 $343   $59,763,515 65
2018/06/10 - $25,315 -42% 126 $201   $59,788,830 66
2018/06/11 - $12,155 -52% 126 $96   $59,800,985 67
2018/06/12 - $14,785 +22% 126 $117   $59,815,770 68
2018/06/13 - $12,720 -14% 126 $101   $59,828,490 69
2018/06/14 - $11,025 -13% 126 $88   $59,839,515 70

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2018/04/06 3 $26,633,670   3,379 $7,882   $26,633,670 1
2018/04/13 5 $14,633,375 -45% 3,418 $4,281   $41,267,045 2
2018/04/20 7 $9,004,445 -38% 3,134 $2,873   $50,271,490 3
2018/04/27 8 $4,200,010 -53% 2,324 $1,807   $54,471,500 4
2018/05/04 10 $2,540,135 -40% 1,672 $1,519   $57,011,635 5
2018/05/11 11 $1,563,840 -38% 1,111 $1,408   $58,575,475 6
2018/05/18 17 $618,750 -60% 439 $1,409   $59,194,225 7
2018/05/25 26 $303,915 -51% 197 $1,543   $59,498,140 8
2018/06/01 28 $195,090 -36% 152 $1,283   $59,693,230 9
2018/06/08 35 $146,285 -25% 126 $1,161   $59,839,515 10

Box Office Summary Per Territory

Territory Release
Date
Opening
Weekend
Opening
Weekend
Theaters
Maximum
Theaters
Theatrical
Engagements
Total
Box Office
Report
Date
Argentina 6/15/2018 $71,403 118 118 130 $111,317 7/13/2018
Australia 3/30/2018 $2,016,816 385 385 1561 $7,989,780 6/7/2018
Austria 4/13/2018 $266,108 73 75 451 $1,174,125 7/19/2018
Belgium 6/20/2018 $44,586 39 39 74 $77,295 7/19/2018
Bolivia 6/15/2018 $13,877 15 15 23 $30,952 7/6/2018
Bulgaria 4/6/2018 $28,820 0 0 0 $121,170 5/28/2018
Central America 4/6/2018 $86,517 38 38 137 $391,940 6/21/2018
Chile 6/15/2018 $28,688 29 29 38 $40,719 6/28/2018
Colombia 5/31/2018 $131,108 14553 14553 14609 $264,751 6/21/2018
Croatia 4/12/2018 $5,123 11 11 21 $19,065 5/31/2018
Cyprus 5/10/2018 $6,480 6 6 12 $18,504 5/31/2018
Czech Republic 4/27/2018 $36,282 70 70 155 $103,926 6/7/2018
Ecuador 4/6/2018 $70,040 33 33 73 $235,533 5/2/2018
Estonia 4/6/2018 $37,521 17 17 42 $159,057 7/19/2018
Finland 4/20/2018 $60,000 55 55 153 $199,203 7/6/2018
Germany 4/13/2018 $960,834 495 524 2986 $3,766,904 7/19/2018
Greece 5/10/2018 $25,600 35 35 39 $55,457 6/7/2018
Hong Kong 5/24/2018 $238,189 34 34 130 $781,478 7/6/2018
Hungary 5/3/2018 $110,761 45 56 155 $423,995 6/21/2018
Iceland 4/6/2018 $21,135 8 8 17 $92,566 5/16/2018
Israel 4/5/2018 $31,139 19 28 137 $657,680 7/6/2018
Italy 5/17/2018 $46,016 0 4 4 $70,851 5/31/2018
Latvia 4/6/2018 $10,335 9 10 33 $57,453 6/7/2018
Lebanon 5/3/2018 $20,346 13 13 20 $50,306 5/16/2018
Lithuania 4/6/2018 $18,372 104 104 183 $58,665 5/18/2018
Mexico 5/25/2018 $388,866 0 100 174 $949,239 7/19/2018
Netherlands 4/19/2018 $72,421 56 73 568 $1,282,071 7/6/2018
New Zealand 3/30/2018 $156,203 61 65 268 $606,069 5/16/2018
Norway 5/11/2018 $70,987 119 119 203 $216,309 7/6/2018
Paraguay 6/14/2018 $7,539 0 1 1 $15,337 7/19/2018
Peru 4/6/2018 $157,915 85 85 110 $298,053 5/2/2018
Philippines 5/2/2018 $56,404 58 58 65 $89,289 5/16/2018
Poland 5/4/2018 $138,763 118 118 304 $529,615 7/13/2018
Portugal 5/11/2018 $116,795 63 63 264 $430,001 6/27/2018
Romania 4/13/2018 $107,685 70 70 210 $541,100 7/19/2018
Russia (CIS) 5/24/2018 $655,176 0 636 1533 $1,588,917 6/28/2018
Serbia and Montenegro 4/19/2018 $0 0 24 52 $48,620 6/7/2018
Singapore 4/20/2018 $92,000 22 22 65 $200,978 5/16/2018
Slovakia 4/27/2018 $24,732 51 51 122 $67,552 6/7/2018
Slovenia 3/29/2018 $37,082 13 13 65 $136,540 7/6/2018
South Africa 4/20/2018 $92,000 68 71 271 $487,062 6/28/2018
Spain 5/4/2018 $233,119 218 221 657 $816,183 6/28/2018
Sweden 4/6/2018 $125,331 87 87 150 $279,161 5/16/2018
Switzerland 4/13/2018 $125,712 49 49 171 $461,270 7/19/2018
Taiwan 4/20/2018 $270,000 77 77 236 $685,024 5/31/2018
Thailand 4/12/2018 $26,064 36 36 36 $40,843 4/18/2018
Trinidad 4/27/2018 $53,990 19 19 40 $125,667 5/16/2018
Ukraine 4/5/2018 $168,957 160 162 365 $535,305 5/16/2018
United Kingdom 3/30/2018 $1,893,151 440 447 1716 $5,662,747 6/7/2018
Uruguay 6/8/2018 $13,000 12 12 25 $23,548 6/28/2018
Venezuela 6/15/2018 $43,831 40 40 70 $281,003 7/19/2018
 
International Total$33,350,195 7/19/2018

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Worldwide Cumulative Box Office Records


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