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Darkest Hour
Theatrical Performance (US$)
New Zealand Box Office $1,512,747Details
Worldwide Box Office $147,998,690Details
Home Market Performance
North America DVD Sales $1,487,304 Details
North America Blu-ray Sales $3,012,412 Details
Total North America Video Sales $4,499,716
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On the eve of World War II and within days of becoming Prime Minister of Great Britain, Winston Churchill must face one of his most turbulent and defining trials: exploring a negotiated peace treaty with Nazi Germany, or standing firm to fight for the ideals, liberty and freedom of a nation. As the unstoppable Nazi forces roll across Western Europe and the threat of invasion is imminent, and with an unprepared public, a skeptical King, and his own party plotting against him, Churchill must withstand his darkest hour, rally a nation, and attempt to change the course of world history.


Movie Details

New Zealand Releases: January 12th, 2018 (Wide)
Video Release: February 27th, 2018 by Universal Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for some thematic material.
(Rating bulletin 2493 (Cert #51167), 9/13/2017)
Running Time: 125 minutes
Keywords: World War II, 1940s, Politicians, Nazis, Biography, Political, Royalty, London, England, Archive Footage
Source:Based on Fiction Book/Short Story
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Dramatization
Production Companies: Focus Features, Perfect World Pictures, Working Title Films
Production Countries: United Kingdom


Gary Oldman    Winston Churchill
Kristin Scott Thomas    Clementine Churchill
Lily James    Elizabeth Nel
Stephen Dillane    Viscount Halifax
Ben Mendelsohn    King George VI
Ronald Pickup    Neville Chamberlain
Nicholas Jones    Sir John Simon
Richard Lumsden    General Hastings Ismay
Jeremy Child    Lord Stanhope

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Joe Wright
Producer    Tim Bevan
Producer    Eric Fellner
Producer    Lisa Bruce
Producer    Anthony McCarten
Producer    Douglas Urbanski
Screenwriter    Anthony McCarten
Executive Producer    James Biddle
Executive Producer    Lucas Webb
Executive Producer    Liza Chasin
Director of Photography    Bruno Delbonnel
Production Designer    Sarah Greenwood
Editor    Valerio Bonelli
Costume Designer    Jacqueline Durran
Composer    Dario Marianelli
Casting Director    Jina Jay
Set Decorator    Katie Spencer
Prosthetic makeup and hair designer: Gary Oldman    Kazuhiro Tsuji
Personal makeup artist: Gary Oldman    David Malinowski
Prosthetic makeup and hair artist: Gary Oldman    Lucy Sibbick

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Home Market Releases for February 27th, 2018

February 27th, 2018

Thor: Ragnarok

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February 13th, 2018

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January 23rd, 2018

The Shape of Water

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January 23rd, 2018


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January 21st, 2018

Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri

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January 17th, 2018

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Weekend Estimates: Jumanji Rules MLK Weekend

January 14th, 2018

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January 11th, 2018

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January 10th, 2018

The Post

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January 7th, 2018

Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri

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January 7th, 2018

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January 3rd, 2018

The Post

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December 19th, 2017

The Last Jedi

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December 13th, 2017

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December 12th, 2017

I, Tonya

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December 11th, 2017

The Shape of Water

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December 10th, 2017


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December 6th, 2017

The Shape of Water

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December 3rd, 2017


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November 28th, 2017

Call Me by Your Name

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November 26th, 2017

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November 24th, 2017

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Darkest Hour Trailer

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November 1st, 2017

Thor: Ragnarok

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Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2018/01/12 3 $226,135   71 $3,185   $227,875 1
2018/01/19 4 $198,785 -12% 75 $2,650   $544,870 2
2018/01/26 5 $139,899 -30% 87 $1,608   $781,318 3
2018/02/02 1 $164,472 +18% 97 $1,696   $1,012,298 4
2018/02/09 3 $133,753 -19% 96 $1,393   $1,223,892 5
2018/02/16 6 $46,324 -65% 90 $515   $1,313,709 6
2018/02/23 9 $35,626 -23% 76 $469   $1,398,984 7
2018/03/02 14 $18,716 -47% 53 $353   $1,426,848 8
2018/03/09 17 $15,456 -17% 42 $368   $1,465,932 9
2018/03/16 19 $9,389 -39% 30 $313   $1,468,694 10
2018/03/23 - $5,758 -39% 18 $320   $1,486,680 11
2018/03/30 - $4,232 -27% 12 $353   $1,490,179 12
2018/04/06 - $3,482 -18% 8 $435   $1,503,176 13
2018/04/13 - $2,439 -30% 14 $174   $1,523,474 14
2018/04/20 - $1,384 -43% 5 $277   $1,496,715 15
2018/04/27 - $424 -69% 2 $212   $1,512,747 16

Box Office Summary Per Territory

Territory Release
Box Office
Argentina 2/15/2018 $207,638 75 75 254 $725,917 4/18/2018
Australia 1/12/2018 $932,173 151 216 1613 $5,594,557 5/10/2018
Austria 1/19/2018 $111,565 41 49 414 $618,299 4/18/2018
Belgium 1/17/2018 $171,073 28 34 309 $711,919 4/18/2018
Bolivia 1/18/2018 $11,875 12 12 18 $29,517 2/8/2018
Brazil 1/12/2018 $689,518 153 161 755 $2,593,576 4/11/2018
Bulgaria 2/2/2018 $23,681 15 15 17 $92,160 4/4/2018
Central America 2/15/2018 $72,435 56 56 140 $188,083 4/18/2018
Chile 1/18/2018 $47,027 13 13 77 $271,620 4/18/2018
China 12/1/2017 $2,120,000 12977 12977 14835 $5,614,580 2/1/2018
Colombia 1/18/2018 $77,676 60 60 184 $258,712 4/11/2018
Croatia 1/18/2018 $0 0 7 21 $10,773 5/10/2018
Cyprus 1/18/2018 $7,340 6 6 15 $18,180 2/8/2018
Czech Republic 1/12/2018 $105,421 104 104 352 $487,704 5/9/2018
Denmark 1/25/2018 $319,250 96 98 544 $1,989,151 5/2/2018
Ecuador 1/19/2018 $14,101 18 18 51 $43,975 2/8/2018
Egypt 1/10/2018 $10,139 12 12 25 $20,882 3/15/2018
Estonia 2/2/2018 $13,852 17 17 41 $53,675 3/29/2018
Finland 1/19/2018 $83,031 60 60 239 $346,763 5/16/2018
France 1/5/2018 $1,329,995 265 350 1811 $6,412,524 4/18/2018
Germany 1/18/2018 $660,023 141 226 2104 $4,413,971 5/16/2018
Greece 1/18/2018 $207,298 0 19 54 $930,270 4/18/2018
Hong Kong 1/4/2018 $273,659 24 29 153 $1,012,858 4/18/2018
Hungary 1/18/2018 $150,084 40 59 273 $659,761 4/11/2018
Iceland 2/2/2018 $11,313 6 6 15 $62,882 3/22/2018
India 1/19/2018 $103,512 125 125 213 $230,934 3/22/2018
Indonesia 1/19/2018 $17,046 150 150 312 $299,002 2/15/2018
Israel 1/4/2018 $122,246 22 30 196 $789,273 4/11/2018
Italy 1/18/2018 $1,461,733 320 320 391 $5,308,718 4/11/2018
Japan 3/30/2018 $376,048 0 1 1 $2,657,587 5/16/2018
Latvia 2/2/2018 $7,108 12 12 26 $25,953 3/22/2018
Lebanon 1/11/2018 $43,000 14 14 31 $120,555 3/22/2018
Lithuania 2/2/2018 $13,642 54 54 95 $36,275 3/5/2018
Malaysia 1/31/2018 $17,927 11 11 29 $57,521 3/15/2018
Mexico 1/19/2018 $109,687 95 95 599 $621,663 5/16/2018
Middle East Region 1/11/2018 $74,795 42 42 56 $139,966 3/15/2018
Netherlands 1/19/2018 $309,564 61 102 827 $2,251,545 5/16/2018
New Zealand 1/12/2018 $226,135 71 97 776 $1,512,747 5/2/2018
North America 11/22/2017 $175,006 4 1733 13308 $56,443,120
Norway 1/12/2018 $193,281 95 95 358 $1,440,776 5/16/2018
Pakistan 2/9/2018 $3,940 10 10 12 $8,034 2/22/2018
Paraguay 2/15/2018 $13,943 9 9 24 $59,759 3/29/2018
Peru 1/18/2018 $50,505 22 22 75 $179,797 3/22/2018
Philippines 2/14/2018 $5,966 2 2 2 $7,222 2/22/2018
Poland 1/26/2018 $141,193 53 53 249 $679,570 5/16/2018
Portugal 1/12/2018 $145,165 53 53 277 $696,660 4/18/2018
Romania 1/19/2018 $63,473 69 69 196 $246,383 4/4/2018
Russia (CIS) 1/12/2018 $49,490 169 352 1013 $673,711 3/15/2018
Serbia and Montenegro 1/11/2018 $11,265 30 30 85 $53,071 3/15/2018
Singapore 1/4/2018 $3,928 5 8 51 $203,479 4/11/2018
Slovakia 1/12/2018 $50,256 61 61 125 $146,406 2/28/2018
Slovenia 1/25/2018 $11,173 19 19 58 $46,138 4/11/2018
South Africa 2/2/2018 $32,954 24 24 108 $173,367 5/16/2018
South Korea 1/4/2018 $0 0 212 337 $266,438 4/3/2018
Spain 1/12/2018 $586,393 234 249 976 $1,831,774 4/18/2018
Sweden 2/2/2018 $192,427 102 102 428 $1,178,838 5/16/2018
Switzerland 1/3/2018 $10,916 19 66 396 $1,754,615 5/16/2018
Switzerland (German Speaking) 1/12/2018 $190,000 38 38 38 $190,000 1/15/2018
Switzerland (Italian Speaking) 1/18/2018 $8,821 4 4 19 $38,864 3/7/2018
Taiwan 1/5/2018 $82,033 41 41 148 $268,432 3/29/2018
Thailand 1/11/2018 $53,547 22 22 89 $141,759 3/15/2018
Trinidad 1/24/2018 $12,049 9 9 19 $24,081 2/22/2018
Turkey 2/2/2018 $47,829 53 53 166 $114,807 3/22/2018
Ukraine 1/18/2018 $68,588 99 120 394 $383,461 3/22/2018
United Arab Emirates 1/11/2018 $88,626 23 23 34 $160,531 3/15/2018
United Kingdom 1/12/2018 $5,555,587 605 641 4539 $32,654,945 5/16/2018
Uruguay 1/25/2018 $32,912 0 11 68 $169,530 5/2/2018
Venezuela 1/19/2018 $78,888 30 30 110 $508,502 4/4/2018
Vietnam 1/19/2018 $20,843 65 65 128 $40,572 2/1/2018
Worldwide Total$147,998,690 5/16/2018

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