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Bolivia Box Office for The Fault in Our Stars (2014)

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Theatrical Performance (US$)
Bolivia Box Office $255,804Details
Worldwide Box Office $307,166,834Details
Home Market Performance
North America DVD Sales $26,526,245 Details
North America Blu-ray Sales $17,901,757 Details
Total North America Video Sales $44,428,002
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Synopsis

Hazel and Gus are two teenagers who share an acerbic wit, a disdain for the conventional, and a love that sweeps them on a journey. Their relationship is all the more miraculous given that Hazel’s other constant companion is an oxygen tank, Gus jokes about his prosthetic leg, and they met and fell in love at a cancer support group.

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Movie Details

Production Budget:$12,000,000
Bolivia Releases: June 5th, 2014 (Wide)
Video Release: September 16th, 2014 by Fox Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for thematic elements, some sexuality and brief strong language.
(Rating bulletin 2310, 2/19/2014)
Running Time: 125 minutes
Keywords: Voiceover/Narration, Cancer, Terminal Illness, Romance, Coming of Age, Writing and Writers, Recluse, Death of a Son or Daughter
Source:Based on Fiction Book/Short Story
Genre:Drama
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: 20th Century Fox
Production Countries: Canada,
United Kingdom,
United States

Cast

Shailene Woodley    Hazel Grace Lancaster
Ansel Elgort    Augustus Waters
Laura Dern    Frannie
Sam Trammell    Michael
Nat Wolff    Isaac
Willem Dafoe    Peter Van Houten
Mike Birbiglia    Patrick
Emily Peachey    Monica
Lotte Verbeek    Lidewij
Ana Dela Cruz    Dr. Maria
Randy Kovitz    Dr. Simmons
Toni Saladna    Flight Attendant
David Whalen    Gus's Dad
Milica Govich    Gus's Mom
Allegra Carpenter    Hostess
Emily Bach    Monica's Mom
Tim Hartman    Minister
Bethany Leo    Speaker #1 (Beth)
Alexis Hodges    Speaker #2 (Alexis)
Jean Brassard    Waiter
Carly Otte    Young Girl (Alisa)
Lily Kenna    Young Hazel
Silvio Wolf Busch    European
Viviana Cardenas    Support Group Member (Julie)
Jordan Drexel    Speaker #3 (Sid)
P.J. Rossotto    Speaker #4 (P.J.)
Tanner Boatwright    Gus' Leg Double
Cheyenne Hurley    Coffee Shop Worker
Jennifer Kline    Giggling Girl
Carole Weyers    Voice of Anne Frank

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Josh Boone
Screenwriter    Scott Neustadter
Screenwriter    Michael H. Weber
Story Creator    John Green
Producer    Wyck Godfrey
Producer    Marty Bowen
Executive Producer    Michele Imperato Stabile
Executive Producer    Isaac Klausner
Director of Photography    Ben Richardson
Production Designer    Molly Hughes
Editor    Robb Sullivan
Composer    Mike Mogis
Composer    Nathaniel Walcott
Costume Designer    Mary Claire Hannan

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International Box Office: Transformers Continue On Top

July 24th, 2014

Transformers: Age of Extinction poster

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International Box Office: Transformers Climbs into First Place

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Transformers: Age of Extinction poster

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International Box Office: Transformers in Their Prime

July 9th, 2014

Transformers: Age of Extinction poster

Transformers: Age of Extinction remained in first place with $95.8 million in 37 markets over the weekend for totals of $400.9 million internationally and $576.3 million worldwide. Its best market remains China, where it added $120.61 million for the full week giving it a total of $222.74 million after two. These numbers are important for two reasons. Firstly, revised totals in China put the film's opening there ahead of its debut in North America. Stunning. Secondly, the film is already ahead of Avatar's final figure in that market. Granted, it's barely above Avatar's pace, as that film pulled in $221.9 million after ten days of release, but that is still great news. It held up better than most films do in South Korea earning $8.05 million on 1,096 screens over the weekend for a total of $34.62 million. In Russia, the film added $7.04 million on 2,171 screens over the weekend for a total of $35.38 million after two. The last major market was Australia, where it pulled in $4.54 million on 623 screens over the weekend for a two-week total of $17.32 million. More...

International Box Office: Beginning of a New Age

July 2nd, 2014

Transformers: Age of Extinction poster

Transformers: Age of Extinction earned top spot on the international chart with $201.3 million on 10,015 screens in 37 markets. This includes a record $99.81 million opening in China, which is basically a rounding error away from its North American debut. It also broke the record in Russia with $21.23 million on 2,171 screens. Its opening in South Korea was nearly identical with $15.88 million on 1,597 screens over the weekend for a total opening of $21.98 million. The final major market of the weekend was Australia, where it pulled in $8.30 million on 623 screens over the weekend for a total opening of $9.56 million. The film likely cost about $300 million to make and advertise, so it still needs work to break even, but this is an amazing start. More...

Weekend Predictions: Are we Witnessing the Extinction of a Franchise?

June 26th, 2014

Transformers: Age of Extinction poster

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International Box Office: Bewitching the Box Office

June 25th, 2014

Maleficent poster

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Godzilla poster

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22 Jump Street poster

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22 Jump Street poster

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How to Train Your Dragon 2 poster

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International Box Office: Sharpening the Edge

June 12th, 2014

Edge of Tomorrow poster

Edge of Tomorrow rose to first place with $82 million in 63 markets for a two-week total of $111 million. This includes a first-place, $25.68 million opening in China. It also opened in first place in South Korea with $10.52 million on 801 screens over the weekend for a total opening of $16.28 million. In Russia, the film opened on top spot with $7.41 million on 1,649, while in France it also earned first place, but with just $2.82 million on 585. It only managed second place in Australia with $2.88 million on 477 screens, while it could do no better than third place in Mexico with $2.88 million on 1,301 screens over the weekend for a total of $3.19 million. Its best holdover was in the U.K. where it added $2.08 million on 460 screens for a two-week total of $7.21 million.

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June 11th, 2014

The Fault in Our Stars poster

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The Fault in Our Stars poster

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June 8th, 2014

The Fault in Our Stars poster

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The Fault in Our Stars poster

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Transformers: Age of Extinction poster

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Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2014/06/27 5 $20,429   8 $2,554   $179,309 4
2014/07/11 8 $11,201   6 $1,867   $229,189 6
2014/07/18 11 $7,577 -32% 4 $1,894   $243,091 7
2014/07/25 10 $6,527 -14% 3 $2,176   $255,804 8

Box Office Summary Per Territory

Territory Release
Date
Opening
Weekend
Opening
Weekend
Theaters
Maximum
Theaters
Theatrical
Engagements
Total
Box Office
Report
Date
Argentina 6/26/2014 $918,519 127 142 472 $3,182,685 12/17/2015
Australia 6/5/2014 $0 0 266 710 $12,202,518 12/17/2015
Austria 6/13/2014 $0 0 84 356 $1,101,847 12/17/2015
Bahrain 6/12/2014 $0 0 4 16 $228,937 12/17/2015
Belgium 6/18/2014 $0 0 74 322 $1,473,144 12/17/2015
Bolivia 6/5/2014 $0 0 8 21 $255,804 12/17/2015
Brazil 6/5/2014 $0 0 479 2128 $30,401,730 12/17/2015
Bulgaria 6/13/2014 $0 0 15 44 $78,303 12/17/2015
Chile 6/12/2014 $0 0 72 303 $3,055,690 12/17/2015
Colombia 6/6/2014 $0 0 4635 4767 $2,112,610 12/17/2015
Croatia 6/12/2014 $0 0 19 80 $151,620 12/17/2015
Czech Republic 6/5/2014 $0 0 40 104 $247,984 12/17/2015
Denmark 6/12/2014 $0 0 65 135 $1,665,898 12/17/2015
East Africa 6/19/2014 $0 0 1 2 $6,826 12/15/2015
Ecuador 6/27/2014 $199,085 20 26 100 $830,246 12/17/2015
Egypt 6/25/2014 $62,937 8 8 34 $139,346 12/17/2015
Estonia 6/6/2014 $0 0 7 14 $145,427 12/16/2015
Finland 7/11/2014 $149,070 77 77 197 $621,667 12/17/2015
Germany 6/12/2014 $0 0 702 3179 $11,505,763 10/20/2015
Greece 6/19/2014 $0 0 15 25 $121,978 12/15/2015
Hong Kong 7/31/2014 $12,550 6 6 6 $12,550 12/17/2015
Hungary 6/5/2014 $0 0 17 51 $172,257 12/16/2015
Iceland 6/4/2014 $0 0 2 3 $84,716 12/15/2015
India 7/4/2014 $318,966 83 83 254 $936,018 12/17/2015
Indonesia 6/26/2014 $296,167 89 89 336 $1,553,791 12/17/2015
Israel 6/19/2014 $0 0 18 78 $752,747 12/17/2015
Kenya 6/13/2014 $0 0 3 6 $21,540 12/16/2015
Kuwait 6/12/2014 $0 0 10 17 $432,426 12/17/2015
Lebanon 6/12/2014 $0 0 16 51 $326,472 12/17/2015
Lithuania 6/20/2014 $0 0 12 35 $129,482 12/17/2015
Malaysia 7/17/2014 $283,363 83 83 166 $718,452 12/17/2015
Mexico 6/5/2014 $0 0 727 1790 $15,060,601 12/17/2015
Netherlands 7/10/2014 $518,116 66 92 250 $1,943,318 12/17/2015
New Zealand 6/5/2014 $0 0 67 264 $1,856,068 12/17/2015
North America 6/6/2014 $48,002,523 3173 3340 17775 $124,872,350 5/10/2016
Norway 6/13/2014 $0 0 94 231 $1,896,014 12/17/2015
Oman 6/12/2014 $0 0 5 7 $83,227 12/16/2015
Peru 6/26/2014 $40,824 94 94 284 $2,076,309 12/17/2015
Philippines 6/5/2014 $0 0 9 18 $2,954,935 12/16/2015
Poland 6/6/2014 $0 0 87 168 $634,825 12/16/2015
Portugal 6/19/2014 $0 0 58 260 $1,336,496 12/17/2015
Qatar 6/12/2014 $0 0 2 5 $207,880 12/17/2015
Romania 6/13/2014 $0 0 27 70 $178,739 12/17/2015
Serbia and Montenegro 6/12/2014 $0 0 13 65 $80,297 12/17/2015
Singapore 6/19/2014 $0 0 28 95 $1,564,763 12/17/2015
Slovakia 6/5/2014 $0 0 9 18 $112,359 12/15/2015
South Africa 6/13/2014 $0 0 40 140 $643,502 12/17/2015
Spain 7/4/2014 $909,254 350 369 1365 $4,559,790 12/15/2015
Sweden 6/22/2014 $297,673 108 108 396 $2,152,253 12/17/2015
Switzerland 6/5/2014 $0 0 60 246 $1,263,128 12/17/2015
Taiwan 7/25/2014 $73,655 60 63 183 $294,833 12/17/2015
Thailand 7/24/2014 $23,177 40 44 84 $142,750 12/17/2015
Turkey 6/27/2014 $303,900 150 150 571 $1,284,401 12/17/2015
United Arab Emirates 6/12/2014 $0 0 21 62 $1,143,488 12/17/2015
United Kingdom 6/19/2014 $0 0 519 2047 $18,777,682 12/17/2015
Uruguay 6/26/2014 $46,215 10 11 37 $301,074 12/17/2015
 
Rest of World $47,075,278
 
Worldwide Total$307,166,834 5/10/2016

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