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The Disaster Artist (2017)

The Disaster Artist
Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $21,120,616Details
International Box Office $5,328,732Details
Worldwide Box Office $26,449,348
Home Market Performance
Est. Domestic DVD Sales $246,971 Details
Est. Domestic Blu-ray Sales $691,456 Details
Total Est. Domestic Video Sales $938,427
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Synopsis

The true-story of aspiring filmmaker and infamous Hollywood outsider Tommy Wiseau — an artist whose passion was as sincere as his methods were questionable — into a celebration of friendship, artistic expression, and dreams pursued against insurmountable odds.

Metrics

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Movie Details

Domestic Releases: December 1st, 2017 (Limited) by A24
December 8th, 2017 (Expands Wide) by A24
International Releases: December 1st, 2017 (Wide) (Australia)
December 1st, 2017 (Wide), released as Disaster Artist, The (New Zealand)
December 1st, 2017 (Wide) (United Kingdom)
December 22nd, 2017 (Wide) (Argentina)
December 22nd, 2017 (Wide) (Netherlands)
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Video Release: February 20th, 2018 by A24
MPAA Rating: R for language throughout and some sexuality/nudity.
(Rating bulletin 2477 (Cert #50923), 5/24/2017)
Running Time: 98 minutes
Comparisons: vs. The Greatest Showman
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Keywords: 1990s, Film Actor, Hollywood, Aspiring Actress / Actor, Backstage, Los Angeles, 2000s, Epilogue
Source:Based on Factual Book/Article
Genre:Comedy
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Dramatization
Production Companies: Good Universe, Point Grey, New Line Cinema, Rabbit Bandini Productions
Production Countries: United States

Ranking on other Records and Milestones

RecordRankAmountChart
Date
Days In
Release
Biggest 3rd Weekend Limited Release 57 $2,717,237 Dec 15, 2017 17
Biggest 2nd Weekend Limited Release 6 $6,366,243 Dec 8, 2017 10
Theater Average Opening Weekend 79 $63,755 Dec 1, 2017 3
Top 2017 Theater Average 8 $63,755 Dec 1, 2017 3
Widest Expansion Limited Release 85 991 Dec 1, 2017 0

Leading Cast

   Tommy Wiseau
   Greg Sestero
   Sandy Schklair

Supporting Cast

Alison Brie    Amber
Ari Graynor    Juliette Danielle
Josh Hutcherson    Philip Haldiman
Jacki Weaver    Carolyn Minnott
Zac Efron    Dan Janjigian
June Diane Raphael    Robyn Paris
Nathan Fielder    Kyle Vogt
Hannibal Buress    Bill Meurer
Jason Mantzoukas    Peter Anway
Melanie Griffith    Jean Shelton
Sharon Stone    Iris Burton
Paul Scheer    Raphael Smadja
Brian Huskey    James
Bob Odenkirk    Stanislavsky Teacher
Brett Gelman    Acting Teacher
Casey Wilson    Casting Director #2
Zoey Deutch    Bobbi
Christopher Mintz-Plasse    Sid
Jason Mitchell    Nate
Megan Mullally    Mrs. Sestero
Randall Park    Male Actor
Jerrod Carmichael    Actor Friend
Tom Franco    Himself
John Early    Chris
Charlyne Yi    Safowa Bright
Andrew Santino    Scott Holmes
Sugar Lyn Beard    Actress #2

Cameos

Bryan Cranston    Himself
Zach Braff    Himself
Judd Apatow    Himself
J.J. Abrams    Himself
David DeCoteau    Himself
Lizzy Caplan    Herself
Kristen Bell    Herself
Keegan-Michael Key    Himself
Adam Scott    Himself
Danny McBride    Himself
Dylan Minnette    Himself
Kate Upton    Herself
Angelyne    Herself
Kevin Smith    Himself
Ike Barinholtz    Himself

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

Production and Technical Credits

   Director
Scott Neustadter    Screenwriter
Michael H. Weber    Screenwriter
Greg Sestero    Story based on the book “The Disaster Artist: My Life Inside “The Room”, The Greatest Bad Movie Ever Made” by
Dave Franco    Producer
Seth Rogen    Producer
Evan Goldberg    Producer
Vince Jolivette    Producer
James Weaver    Producer
Kelli Konop    Executive Producer
Alexandria McAtee    Executive Producer
John Powers Middleton    Executive Producer
Hans Ritter    Executive Producer
Scott Neustadter    Executive Producer
Michael H. Weber    Executive Producer
Toby Emmerich    Executive Producer
Richard Brener    Executive Producer
Dave Neustradter    Executive Producer
Roy Lee    Executive Producer
Nathan Kahane    Executive Producer
Joe Drake    Executive Producer
Erin Westerman    Executive Producer
Michael Disco    Executive Producer
Brandon Trost    Director of Photography
Chris L. Spellman    Production Designer
Stacey Schroeder    Editor
Brenda Abbandandolo    Costume Designer
Dave Porter    Composer
Gabe Hilfer    Music Supervisor
Rich Delia    Casting Director

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Star Wars: The Last Jedi

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Coco

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Domestic Cumulative Box Office Records


Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2017/12/01 12 $1,211,345   19 $63,755   $1,211,345 1
2017/12/08 4 $6,366,243 +426% 840 $7,579   $7,963,017 2
2017/12/15 8 $2,717,237 -57% 1,010 $2,690   $13,012,368 3
2017/12/22 17 $884,576 -67% 517 $1,711   $15,694,977 4
2017/12/29 17 $932,993 +5% 507 $1,840   $17,861,795 5
2018/01/05 19 $746,034 -20% 478 $1,561   $19,431,782 6
2018/01/12 22 $461,484 -38% 371 $1,244   $20,325,591 7
2018/01/19 30 $174,999 -62% 147 $1,190   $20,726,034 8
2018/01/26 34 $99,096 -43% 84 $1,180   $20,910,950 9
2018/02/02 39 $50,923 -49% 65 $783   $21,000,317 10
2018/02/09 45 $28,774 -43% 31 $928   $21,064,081 11
2018/02/16 54 $14,358 -50% 23 $624   $21,094,964 12
2018/02/23 67 $6,495 -55% 12 $541   $21,108,219 13
2018/03/02 69 $4,343 -33% 8 $543   $21,117,606 14

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2017/12/01 12 $501,766   19 $26,409   $501,766 1
2017/12/02 12 $408,005 -19% 19 $21,474   $909,771 2
2017/12/03 12 $301,574 -26% 19 $15,872   $1,211,345 3
2017/12/04 12 $99,278 -67% 19 $5,225   $1,310,623 4
2017/12/05 13 $105,590 +6% 19 $5,557   $1,416,213 5
2017/12/06 13 $105,797 n/c 19 $5,568   $1,522,010 6
2017/12/07 13 $74,764 -29% 19 $3,935   $1,596,774 7
2017/12/08 2 $2,645,430 +3,438% 840 $3,149   $4,242,204 8
2017/12/09 7 $2,200,103 -17% 840 $2,619   $6,442,307 9
2017/12/10 6 $1,520,710 -31% 840 $1,810   $7,963,017 10
2017/12/11 4 $590,329 -61% 840 $703   $8,553,346 11
2017/12/12 5 $730,605 +24% 840 $870   $9,283,951 12
2017/12/13 4 $594,812 -19% 840 $708   $9,878,763 13
2017/12/14 5 $416,368 -30% 840 $496   $10,295,131 14
2017/12/15 8 $764,475 +84% 1,010 $757   $11,059,606 15
2017/12/16 8 $1,099,660 +44% 1,010 $1,089   $12,159,266 16
2017/12/17 8 $853,102 -22% 1,010 $845   $13,012,368 17
2017/12/18 6 $461,756 -46% 1,010 $457   $13,474,124 18
2017/12/19 8 $546,378 +18% 1,010 $541   $14,020,502 19
2017/12/20 7 $431,639 -21% 1,010 $427   $14,452,141 20
2017/12/21 9 $358,260 -17% 1,010 $355   $14,810,401 21
2017/12/22 14 $333,641 -7% 517 $645   $15,144,042 22
2017/12/23 - $367,543 +10% 517 $711   $15,511,585 23
2017/12/24 - $183,392 -50% 517 $355   $15,694,977 24
2017/12/25 - $325,057 +77% 517 $629   $16,020,034 25
2017/12/26 - $315,305 -3% 517 $610   $16,335,339 26
2017/12/27 - $295,234 -6% 517 $571   $16,630,573 27
2017/12/28 - $298,229 +1% 517 $577   $16,928,802 28
2017/12/29 - $343,944 +15% 507 $678   $17,272,746 29
2017/12/30 - $388,930 +13% 507 $767   $17,661,676 30
2017/12/31 - $200,119 -49% 507 $395   $17,861,795 31
2018/01/01 - $308,329 +54% 507 $608   $18,170,124 32
2018/01/02 - $206,580 -33% 507 $407   $18,376,704 33
2018/01/03 - $175,593 -15% 507 $346   $18,552,297 34
2018/01/04 - $133,451 -24% 507 $263   $18,685,748 35
2018/01/05 - $229,733 +72% 478 $481   $18,915,481 36
2018/01/06 - $316,528 +38% 478 $662   $19,232,009 37
2018/01/07 - $199,773 -37% 478 $418   $19,431,782 38
2018/01/08 - $105,555 -47% 478 $221   $19,537,337 39
2018/01/09 - $128,246 +21% 478 $268   $19,665,583 40
2018/01/10 - $115,421 -10% 478 $241   $19,781,004 41
2018/01/11 - $83,103 -28% 478 $174   $19,864,107 42
2018/01/12 - $130,847 +57% 371 $353   $19,994,954 43
2018/01/13 - $182,987 +40% 371 $493   $20,177,941 44
2018/01/14 - $147,650 -19% 371 $398   $20,325,591 45
2018/01/15 - $88,276 -40% 371 $238   $20,413,867 46
2018/01/16 - $49,352 -44% 371 $133   $20,463,219 47
2018/01/17 - $45,212 -8% 371 $122   $20,508,431 48
2018/01/18 - $42,604 -6% 371 $115   $20,551,035 49
2018/01/19 - $54,485 +28% 147 $371   $20,605,520 50
2018/01/20 - $78,250 +44% 147 $532   $20,683,770 51
2018/01/21 - $42,264 -46% 147 $288   $20,726,034 52
2018/01/22 - $21,903 -48% 147 $149   $20,747,937 53
2018/01/23 - $23,274 +6% 147 $158   $20,771,211 54
2018/01/24 - $21,345 -8% 147 $145   $20,792,556 55
2018/01/25 - $19,298 -10% 147 $131   $20,811,854 56
2018/01/26 - $30,640 +59% 84 $365   $20,842,494 57
2018/01/27 - $40,223 +31% 84 $479   $20,882,717 58
2018/01/28 - $28,233 -30% 84 $336   $20,910,950 59
2018/01/29 - $9,196 -67% 84 $109   $20,920,146 60
2018/01/30 - $9,204 n/c 84 $110   $20,929,350 61
2018/01/31 - $9,388 +2% 84 $112   $20,938,738 62
2018/02/01 - $10,656 +14% 84 $127   $20,949,394 63
2018/02/02 - $15,814 +48% 65 $243   $20,965,208 64
2018/02/03 - $25,878 +64% 65 $398   $20,991,086 65
2018/02/04 - $9,231 -64% 65 $142   $21,000,317 66
2018/02/05 - $8,003 -13% 65 $123   $21,008,320 67
2018/02/06 - $9,123 +14% 65 $140   $21,017,443 68
2018/02/07 - $10,036 +10% 65 $154   $21,027,479 69
2018/02/08 - $7,828 -22% 65 $120   $21,035,307 70
2018/02/09 - $7,788 -1% 31 $251   $21,043,095 71
2018/02/10 - $11,615 +49% 31 $375   $21,054,710 72
2018/02/11 - $9,371 -19% 31 $302   $21,064,081 73
2018/02/12 - $3,751 -60% 31 $121   $21,067,832 74
2018/02/13 - $4,126 +10% 31 $133   $21,071,958 75
2018/02/14 - $5,405 +31% 31 $174   $21,077,363 76
2018/02/15 - $3,243 -40% 31 $105   $21,080,606 77
2018/02/16 - $5,524 +70% 23 $240   $21,086,130 78
2018/02/17 - $4,398 -20% 23 $191   $21,090,528 79
2018/02/18 - $4,436 +1% 23 $193   $21,094,964 80
2018/02/19 - $2,830 -36% 23 $123   $21,097,794 81
2018/02/20 - $1,207 -57% 23 $52   $21,099,001 82
2018/02/21 - $1,382 +14% 23 $60   $21,100,383 83
2018/02/22 - $1,341 -3% 23 $58   $21,101,724 84
2018/02/23 - $2,208 +65% 12 $184   $21,103,932 85
2018/02/24 - $2,633 +19% 12 $219   $21,106,565 86
2018/02/25 - $1,654 -37% 12 $138   $21,108,219 87
2018/02/26 - $912 -45% 12 $76   $21,109,131 88
2018/02/27 - $1,322 +45% 12 $110   $21,110,453 89
2018/02/28 - $1,124 -15% 12 $94   $21,111,577 90
2018/03/01 - $1,686 +50% 12 $141   $21,113,263 91
2018/03/02 - $1,975 +17% 8 $247   $21,115,238 92
2018/03/03 - $1,613 -18% 8 $202   $21,116,851 93
2018/03/04 - $755 -53% 8 $94   $21,117,606 94
2018/03/05 - $505 -33% 8 $63   $21,118,111 95
2018/03/06 - $550 +9% 8 $69   $21,118,661 96
2018/03/07 - $881 +60% 8 $110   $21,119,542 97
2018/03/08 - $1,074 +22% 8 $134   $21,120,616 98

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2017/12/01 12 $1,596,774   19 $84,041   $1,596,774 1
2017/12/08 4 $8,698,357 +445% 840 $10,355   $10,295,131 2
2017/12/15 10 $4,515,270 -48% 1,010 $4,471   $14,810,401 3
2017/12/22 19 $2,118,401 -53% 517 $4,097   $16,928,802 4
2017/12/29 16 $1,756,946 -17% 507 $3,465   $18,685,748 5
2018/01/05 20 $1,178,359 -33% 478 $2,465   $19,864,107 6
2018/01/12 22 $686,928 -42% 371 $1,852   $20,551,035 7
2018/01/19 31 $260,819 -62% 147 $1,774   $20,811,854 8
2018/01/26 34 $137,540 -47% 84 $1,637   $20,949,394 9
2018/02/02 36 $85,913 -38% 65 $1,322   $21,035,307 10
2018/02/09 44 $45,299 -47% 31 $1,461   $21,080,606 11
2018/02/16 54 $21,118 -53% 23 $918   $21,101,724 12
2018/02/23 66 $11,539 -45% 12 $962   $21,113,263 13
2018/03/02 66 $7,353 -36% 8 $919   $21,120,616 14

Box Office Summary Per Territory

Territory Release
Date
Opening
Weekend
Opening
Weekend
Theaters
Maximum
Theaters
Theatrical
Engagements
Total
Box Office
Report
Date
Argentina 12/22/2017 $0 0 0 0 $128,473 6/14/2018
Australia 12/1/2017 $62,854 22 226 720 $1,772,099 2/22/2018
France 3/9/2018 $241,693 0 0 0 $453,800 6/13/2018
Netherlands 12/22/2017 $0 0 32 61 $216,505 1/15/2018
New Zealand 12/1/2017 $25,887 12 21 79 $113,731 1/3/2018
Portugal 1/5/2018 $41,680 26 28 88 $119,134 2/6/2018
Slovakia 2/16/2018 $10,096 41 41 59 $16,591 2/28/2018
Spain 12/29/2017 $148,975 124 124 393 $708,399 1/29/2018
United Kingdom 12/1/2017 $175,878 22 348 714 $1,800,000 1/8/2018
 
International Total$5,328,732 6/14/2018

International Cumulative Box Office Records


Worldwide Cumulative Box Office Records


Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
3/18/2018926,638 26,638$532,219$532,2194

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