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Denmark Box Office for Ghostbusters (2016)

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Theatrical Performance (US$)
Denmark Box Office $409,771Details
Worldwide Box Office $229,034,050Details
Home Market Performance
North America DVD Sales $16,419,280 Details
North America Blu-ray Sales $21,775,337 Details
Total North America Video Sales $38,194,617
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A paranormal researcher, a physicist, a nuclear engineer and a subway worker try to rid New York of ghosts that can possess humans.


Movie Details

Production Budget:$144,000,000
Denmark Releases: August 4th, 2016 (Wide)
Video Release: September 27th, 2016 by Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for supernatural action and some crude humor.
(Rating bulletin 2430 (Cert #49737), 6/22/2016)
Running Time: 117 minutes
Franchise: Ghostbusters
Keywords: New York City, Reboot, Hauntings, Paranormal Investigation, Entrepreneur, Genderbending Casting, Inventor, Gratuitous Cameos, Development Hell, Supernatural, College Professor, Fired, Horror Comedy
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Science Fiction
Production Companies: Columbia Pictures, Village Roadshow Productions, Ivan Reitman Production
Production Countries: United States


Melissa McCarthy    Abby Yates
Kristen Wiig    Erin Gilbert
Leslie Jones    Patty Tolan
Kate McKinnon    Jillian Holtzmann
Charles Dance    Harold Filmore
Michael Kenneth Williams    Agent Hawkins
Chris Hemsworth    Kevin
Neil Casey    Rowan North
Cecily Strong    Jennifer Lynch
Matt Walsh    Agent Rorke
Ed Begley, Jr.    Ed Mulgrave
Ernie Hudson    Uncle Bill
Sigourney Weaver    Rebecca Gorin
Bill Murray    Martin Heiss
Dan Aykroyd    Cabbie
John Milhiser    Higgins Student
Ben Harris    Higgins Student
Karan Soni    Bennie
Bess Rous    Gertrude Aldridge Ghost
Steve Higgins    Dean
Dave Gruber Allen    Electrocuted Ghost
Katie Dippold    Rental Agent
Nate Corddry    Grafiti Artist
Daniel Ramis    Metal Head
Pat Kiernan    NY1 News Anchor #1
Michael McDonald    Jonathan The Theater Manager
Jaime Pacheco    Fernando the Janitor
Adam Ray    Lead Singer/Voice of Slimer
Eugene Cordero    Bass Guitarist
Davey Jones    Ely the Drummer
Ryan Levine    Rock Guitarist
Dan Teicher    Rock Guitarist
Theodore Shapiro    Keyboardist
Matteo Borghese    Lightboard Operator
Ozzy Osbourne    Famous Rock Star
Jeanine Ramirez    Reporter Outside Theater
Jessica Chaffin    Waitress
Jamie Denbo    Waitress
Toby Huss    Officer Stevenson
Andy Garcia    Mayor Bradley
Annie Potts    Desk Clerk
Cheryl Wills    NY1 News Anchor #2
Sam Richardson    Basement Cop
Steve Bannos    Flasher Ghost
Tom Yi    Flashed Man
Susan Park    Flashed Woman
Milana Vayntrub    Subway Rat Woman
Tony Viveiros    Police Officer
Stephen 'Twitch' Boss    Police Officer
Robin Shelby    Voice of Lady Slimer
Rosanna Scotto    Fox 5 News Anchor
Greg Kelly    Fox 5 News Anchor
Johnny Higgins    Baba Booey Shouter
Al Roker    Himself

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Paul Feig
Screenwriter    Paul Feig
Screenwriter    Katie Dippold
Producer    Ivan Reitman
Producer    Amy Pascal
Executive Producer    Jessie Henderson
Executive Producer    Paul Feig
Executive Producer    Dan Aykroyd
Executive Producer    Tom Pollock
Executive Producer    Joe Medjuck
Executive Producer    Ali Bell
Executive Producer    Michele Imperato Stabile
Director of Photography    Robert Yeoman
Production Designer    Jefferson Sage
Editor    Brent White
Editor    Melissa Bretherton
Unit Production Manager    David Witz
Unit Production Manager    Michele Imperato Stabile
First Assistant Director    Artist Robinson
Second Assistant Director    Deanna Stadler
Visual Effects Supervisor    Sean Santiago
Associate Producer    Alex Plapinger
Associate Producer    James Paul
Associate Producer    Eric Reich
Production Supervisor    Jason Tamez
Art Director    Beat Frutiger
Art Director    Lorin Flemming
Art Director    Iain McFadyen
Art Director    Brad Rubin
Art Director    Audra Avery
Set Decorator    Leslie Pope
Script Supervisor    Sheila Waldron
Supervising Sound Editor    Andrew DeCristofaro
Supervising Sound Editor    Becky Sullivan
Re-recording Mixer    Mark Paterson
Re-recording Mixer    Beau Borders
Post-Production Supervisor    Lisa Rodgers
First Assistant Editor    Alex Hepburn
First Assistant Editor    Ken O'Keefe
Assistant Editor    Eirinn Disbrow
Costume Supervisor    John Casey
Costume Supervisor    Virginia Johnson
Make up    Patricia Seeney
Make up    Niki Pleau
Hairstylist    Brenda McNally
Hairstylist    Dennis Bailey
Special Effects Supervisor    Mark Hawker
Special Effects Coordinator    Andy Weder
Location Manager    Mark Fitzgerald
Location Manager    Charlie Harrington
Set Designer    Richard Mays
Set Designer    Steven Saylor
Set Designer    Patrick Scalise
Second Unit Director/Stunt Coordinator    George Aguilar
Sound Designer    Karen Triest
Sound Designer    Michael Payne
Sound Designer    Tony Lamberti
Sound Effects Editor    Jay Wilkinson
Sound Effects Editor    Phil Barrie
Sound Effects Editor    David Esparza
Dialogue Editor    Laura Harris Atkinson
Music Editor    Erica Weis
Score Mixer    Chris Fogel
Stunt Coordinator    Walter Garcia

2016 - Holiday Gift Guide - Part I - First-Run Releases and Franchise Box Sets

November 22nd, 2016

Finding Dory

It’s Thanksgiving weekend, which means Black Friday, Cyber Monday, and of course the first installment of our Holiday Gift Guide. This week we will tackle first run releases, as well as franchise box sets, although there aren’t many of the latter to talk about. In fact, the best movie box set of the year includes more TV shows than movies in its running time and I’ve decided to include it in our second part, which deals with TV on DVD releases. There are still a number of big first-run releases this year that are definitely worthy gifts. We are going to start with the biggest domestic hit of the year... More...

Featured Blu-ray and DVD Review: Ghostbusters

October 23rd, 2016


Ghostbusters felt like a mistake from the very beginning. It is a remake of one the great comedies of all time. Then the first trailer came out and it was complete garbage. However, the international trailer was actually relatively good and the writer / director, Paul Feig, hadn’t made a bad movie since Unaccompanied Minors. Does this film live up to the original? If not, is it as good as the average Paul Feig movie? Or were the haters right on this one? More...

Home Market Releases for October 11th, 2016

October 11th, 2016


Ghostbusters is the biggest release of the week and the best first run release. Combined with its fully-loaded Blu-ray (extended edition), it is a Pick of the Week contender. There’s not much competition. The main competition is a new Collector's Edition Blu-ray for The Thing, but this is at least a double-dip, which hurts its value. There are a couple of smaller releases as well. In the end it was a literal coin toss to decide the Pick of the Week and Ghostbusters won. More...

Home Market Releases for September 27th, 2016

September 27th, 2016

Captain America: Civil War

It is a pretty good week on the home market with a few releases worth picking up. The biggest of these is Central Intelligence, but while it is worth picking up, it isn’t a contender for Pick of the Week. There are some smaller releases that were up for that title, including The Shallows, An American Werewolf in London and The Innocents. However, in the end, I went with Captain America: Civil War. The Blu-ray screener arrived late, and I held off on naming it Pick of the Week when it came out for that very reason. More...

International Box Office: Pets Claws Its way to the Top With $43.8 million

August 25th, 2016

The Secret Life of Pets

The Secret Life of Pets rose to first place with $43.8 million on 12,049 screens in 55 markets for totals of $327.20 million internationally and $674.03 million worldwide. The film opened in first place in Russia with $9.92 million in 1,284 screens over the weekend for a total opening of $16.24 million, including previews. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Jason Bourne Treks to the top of the Chart with $59.22 million

August 2nd, 2016

Jason Bourne

There was no surprise at the top of the weekend box office chart, as Jason Bourne easily won with $59.22 million. This was on the high end of expectations, but not quite as strong as Star Trek Beyond’s opening last weekend. Both of the other two new releases, Bad Moms and Nerve, also did well. In fact, none of the films we talked about before the weekend missed expectations. The overall box office was down a little compared to last weekend, but a 3.1% decline is hardly noteworthy. More importantly, the box office was 30% higher than the same weekend last year. Year-to-date, 2016 saw its lead over 2015 nearly double to $260 million or 4.0%. Being ahead $6.84 billion to $6.58 billion at this point of the year is a good position to be in, but it wouldn’t take a major collapse for 2016 to fall behind 2015 by year’s end. More...

Weekend Predictions: Will Jason be a Bourne Again Box Office Hit?

July 28th, 2016

Jason Bourne

The month of July comes to an end this weekend and there are three wide releases hoping the month goes out on a high note. Jason Bourne is the only one with a shot at first place, while Bad Moms is looking to become a solid counter-programming hit. Meanwhile, Nerve opened on Wednesday and it just doesn’t want to slip between the cracks. As far as holdovers are concerned, Star Trek Beyond's daily numbers are average for the summer, but that will still be enough to hit the century mark over the weekend. It won’t be the only film to reach $100 million over the weekend. This weekend last year was led by Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation with $55.52 million. I don’t think Jason Bourne will top that, but since the second best film, Vacation, made less than $15 million, I think 2016 will win on depth. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Star Trek Tops Chart, but still Weakest in Reboot Franchise with $59.25 million

July 26th, 2016

Star Trek Beyond

As expected, Star Trek Beyond earned first place on the weekend box office chart and while it didn’t live up to my lofty predictions, it still did very well with $59.25 million. The next two wide releases, Lights Out and Ice Age: Collision Course, had nearly identical openings with $21.69 million and $21.37 million respectively. For Lights Out, this is a breakout opening and means it is practically guaranteed a profit and will likely get a sequel. For Collision Course, it is a sign that they should retire the franchise. Both The Secret Life of Pets and Ghostbusters earned $20 million, meaning every film in the top five topped that mark, tying with the record most recently set last May. The overall box office was 20% higher than last week at $196 million. This is also 29% higher than the same weekend last year. Since last week, the year-over-year competition got a little closer at $6.55 billion to $6.41 billion. 2016 is still ahead by 2.2%, but this is less than the ticket price inflation. More...

Weekend Estimates: Star Trek Falls Short of $60 Million

July 24th, 2016

Star Trek Beyond

Star Trek Beyond will fall just short of $60 million at the box office this weekend, according to Sunday estimates from Paramount. The studio has the film coming in at $59.6 million over three days, which is substantially short of the $79.2 million earned on debut by Star Trek (the reboot) in 2009, and the $70.2 million made by Star Trek Into Darkness. The so-so start comes in spite of excellent reviews, which are now running at 84% on Rotten Tomatoes, and the franchise seems to have trouble reaching beyond its core audience. More...

Thursday Night Previews: Star Trek’s Previews are in the Stratosphere at $5.5 million

July 22nd, 2016

Star Trek Beyond

Star Trek Beyond got off to a fast start with $5.5 million during its midnight previews. This is $2 million more than Ghostbusters made last weekend, plus it has better reviews. On the other hand, it is a sequel, so the comparison isn’t perfect. We could compare it to the previous installment in the franchise, but that film opened on a Wednesday. X-Men: Apocalypse earned $8.4 million in its previews, but that film earned weaker reviews and is a comic book movie, which tend to be more front-loaded. I was a little more bullish than most with my prediction, but this result make me feel a lot better. More...

Weekend Predictions: Will Star Trek go Above and Beyond the Competition?

July 21st, 2016

Star Trek Beyond

Star Trek Beyond leads a pack of three wide releases this weekend and there are some who think it will have the best live-action release since Captain America: Civil War. That would be great news for the overall box office. Ice Age: Collision Course has to deal with direct competition and terrible reviews, but it should still do relatively well thanks to goodwill its franchise has built up. The final new release of the week is Lights Out. This low-budget horror film won’t need to earn $20 million over the weekend to break even, but there’s a slim chance it will. In fact, The Secret Life of Pets should easily add another $20 million to its running tally, and Ghostbusters has a good shot at doing the same. So we could have five films earning $20 million over the weekend for the first time in a year. We should have three films earning more than $25 million. Meanwhile this weekend last year, there were no films that earned more than $25 million. Hopefully 2016 will win the year-over-year competition with ease. More...

International Box Office: Ice Age Collides with Top Spot Earning $53.5 million

July 21st, 2016

Ice Age: Collision Course

Ice Age: Collision Course rose to first place with $53.5 million in 51 markets for an early international total of $127.0 million. The film’s biggest new market was France, where it earned first place with $7.07 million on 873 screens. That’s a pretty good opening for that market, but the previous film opened with $12.76 million in that market, so that’s a sizable drop-off. The film also earned first place in Russia with $5.85 million on 1,236, compared to $16.97 million the earlier film opened with. That’s really troubling. Meanwhile, the film had to settle for second place in the U.K. with $4.99 million in 570 theaters. (We can’t really compare openings here. The numbers we get for the U.K. are actually for the U.K., Ireland, and Malta. It’s similar to the domestic market being Canada and the States. In almost all cases this doesn’t matter, because films open in all three countries at the same time. However, Continental Drift opened in Ireland first, before expanding into the U.K., so there’s no easy way to compare the two results.) At this pace, it looks like Collision Course isn’t going to match its predecessor at the box office. However, it could fail to earn half as much worldwide and still break even on the home market. This might be the last installment in the franchise, on the other hand. More...

Contest: Green With Envy: Winning Announcement

July 20th, 2016


The winners of our Green With Envy contest were determined and the entrants with the closest predictions for Ghostbusters opening weekend were... More...

Theater Averages: Café Tops Yearly Chart with an Average of $71,858

July 19th, 2016

Café Society

Café Society earned first place on the theater average chart with an average of $71,858 in five theaters over the weekend. This is not only the best of the weekend, it is the best of the year so far, topping the previous champ, Captain America: Civil War, which had an average of $42,390 during its opening weekend. Second place went to Hillary’s America: The Secret History of the Democratic Party with an average of $24,938; however, while this is a great result for a documentary, digging just a little into the film’s numbers reveals major weaknesses. The film fell 50% from Friday to Saturday. That’s devastating. We will see if this is an anomaly or a portent when we get this coming weekend’s results. Ghostbusters and The Secret Life of Pets were neck-and-neck with averages of $11,612 and $11,604 respectively. More...

Weekend Estimates: Pets Keep Trophy with $50 Million to Ghostbusters’ $46 Million

July 17th, 2016

The Secret Life of Pets

After a huge amount of speculation on how it would perform at the box office, Ghostbusters is coming in right in the middle of (a very wide range of) expectations. Sony is projecting a $46 million debut for the supernatural comedy, which is far from the disaster many had feared, but some way short of the top tier. It’s also not enough for first place, even though The Secret Life of Pets will be down 52% in its second weekend. More...

Friday Estimates: Ghosts Have Lively Debut with $17.2 million

July 16th, 2016


Ghostbusters topped the box office chart on Friday with $17.2 million. This is the best opening day for the director, Paul Feig, topping his previous champ, The Heat by 25%. If this film has the same internal multiplier as The Heat, then it will earn $49 million over the weekend. This seems a little high, but not out of the question. Ghostbustersreviews are better than The Heat’s reviews were, although both films earned B+ from CinemaScore surveys. On the other hand, Ghostbusters is a remake, so that tends to make the movie more front-loaded. Look for an opening weekend of $45 million. This is right on the edge between financial success and failure. The film will need help internationally in order to break even, but it is way too soon to know if that will happen. More...

Weekend Predictions: Will the New Releases get Busted?

July 14th, 2016


This weekend is rather sparse when it comes to wide releases. Ghostbusters opens this weekend and its buzz and reviews are better than expected and it could be a huge hit. On the other hand, The Secret Life of Pets opened with more than $100 million last weekend and unless it falls more than 50% this weekend, it will remain in first place. That doesn’t feel likely at this point. On the other hand, The Infiltrator opened on Wednesday, but in less than 2,000 theaters. Its reviews are barely in the overall positive range, so it likely won’t be a major factor over the weekend. This weekend last year, Ant-Man opened in first place, pushing Minions into second place. Meanwhile, Trainwreck was a solid midlevel hit. I just don’t see 2016 being able to top that depth. More...

Contest: No More Secrets: Winning Announcement

July 13th, 2016

The Secret Life of Pets

The winners of our No More Secrets contest were determined and the entrants with the closest predictions for The Secret Life of Pets opening weekend were... More...

Contest: Green With Envy

July 8th, 2016


It is an easy week to pick the target film for the Box Office Prediction Contest. I’m not 100% sure The Infiltrator is opening truly wide, plus it is a Wednesday release. On the other hand, if Fandango is correct, Ghostbusters will be the biggest comedy of the summer and if early tracking is correct, it will have the best non-family film opening since X-Men: Apocalypse. Regardless if they are correct, Ghostbusters is the target film in this week's Box Office Prediction contest. In order to win, one must simply predict the opening weekend box office number for Ghostbusters.

Whoever comes the closest to predicting the film's opening 3-day weekend box office (Friday to Sunday), without going over, will win a copy of Green Room on Blu-ray, plus an additional previously reviewed movie. Whoever comes the closest to predicting the film's opening 3-day weekend box office (Friday to Sunday), without going under, will win a Frankenprize, consisting of two previously reviewed DVDs or Blu-rays. Finally, we will be choosing an entrant from the group of people who haven't won, or haven't won recently, and they will also win a Frankenprize, consisting of two previously reviewed DVDs or Blu-rays.

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

2016 Preview: July

July 1st, 2016

The Secret Life of Pets

It's July 1st, which is Canada Day. To celebrate, I wanted to give a gift to my American readers down south, so here's a bunch of "u"s. U, u, u, u, u, u, u, u, u, u, u, u, u, u, u, u, u, u, u, u, u, u, u, u, u, u, u, u, u, u, u, u, u, u, u, u, u, u, u, u, u, u, u, u. Now you can spell words like "colour" and "neighbour" correctly. As for the July preview... June wasn't a good month, despite Finding Dory being on pace to become the biggest hit of the year so far. Most other films failed to match expectations and as a result, 2016's lead over 2015 has nearly evaporated. In fact, ticket sales are below last year's pace. So how does July look in comparison? Well, last July, there were five films that earned more than $100 million, led by Minions, which earned more than $300 million. This July, there are five films that should earn more than $100 million, led by The Secret Life of Pets, which should earned around $250 million. I don't think July 2016 will live up to July 2015, but it should be close. Maybe if one of the expected midlevel hits is a surprise $100 million hit, or if two more of the $100 million hits crack $200 million, then the month will look great. Or one of the expected $100 million hits could flop and 2016 will actually fall behind 2015, even without taking into account ticket price inflation. More...

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2016/08/05 3 $200,381   109 $1,838   $200,381 1
2016/08/12 - $67,066 -67% 86 $780   $329,321 2
2016/08/19 - $36,088 -46% 56 $644   $383,102 3
2016/08/26 - $7,551 -79% 17 $444   $401,655 4
2016/09/02 - $3,176 -58% 5 $635   $407,275 5
2016/09/09 - $1,101 -65% 2 $551   $409,771 6

Box Office Summary Per Territory

Territory Release
Box Office
Argentina 7/14/2016 $510,052 161 161 258 $1,344,348 8/23/2016
Aruba 7/14/2016 $9,130 5 5 12 $24,596 8/2/2016
Australia 7/15/2016 $3,568,017 493 493 1930 $9,303,411 9/7/2016
Austria 8/5/2016 $203,584 120 120 399 $703,180 10/11/2016
Bahrain 7/14/2016 $45,551 9 9 16 $112,288 8/9/2016
Belgium 8/10/2016 $171,687 91 91 290 $429,467 10/4/2016
Bolivia 7/28/2016 $69,769 31 31 57 $140,070 8/16/2016
Brazil 7/14/2016 $2,153,194 722 722 1780 $6,258,580 9/7/2016
Bulgaria 7/29/2016 $19,152 56 56 127 $72,429 9/13/2016
Cambodia 7/28/2016 $29,142 36 36 65 $67,673 8/16/2016
Central America 7/21/2016 $532,950 196 196 319 $814,744 8/16/2016
Chile 7/14/2016 $273,750 80 80 143 $568,872 8/9/2016
Colombia 7/14/2016 $445,772 216 216 357 $867,426 8/2/2016
Croatia 7/28/2016 $22,211 47 47 114 $81,848 8/23/2016
Curacao 7/14/2016 $3,544 4 4 11 $17,634 8/16/2016
Czech Republic 7/28/2016 $82,104 84 84 194 $191,020 8/24/2016
Denmark 8/4/2016 $200,381 109 109 275 $409,771 9/13/2016
Dominican Republic 7/21/2016 $45,910 42 42 53 $109,846 8/23/2016
East Africa 8/19/2016 $1,773 1 1 2 $4,333 8/30/2016
Ecuador 7/29/2016 $165,768 84 84 202 $448,945 9/13/2016
Egypt 7/14/2016 $3,449 6 10 16 $29,237 7/26/2016
Estonia 7/29/2016 $15,075 19 19 44 $55,429 8/23/2016
Finland 7/22/2016 $82,030 100 100 264 $284,376 9/13/2016
France 8/10/2016 $1,620,642 849 849 2243 $3,611,960 9/20/2016
Germany 8/5/2016 $1,383,263 938 938 3178 $3,635,143 10/4/2016
Ghana 7/22/2016 $3,066 3 3 17 $11,817 8/30/2016
Greece 7/28/2016 $48,373 43 43 111 $174,743 8/30/2016
Hong Kong 7/21/2016 $787,785 128 128 271 $1,675,097 8/30/2016
Hungary 7/28/2016 $69,067 53 56 164 $172,919 9/7/2016
Iceland 7/20/2016 $22,981 10 10 32 $100,823 9/20/2016
India 7/29/2016 $190,039 367 367 392 $281,759 8/30/2016
Indonesia 7/22/2016 $876,658 319 319 715 $2,064,566 8/23/2016
Iraq 7/14/2016 $2,635 3 4 11 $9,353 8/9/2016
Israel 7/21/2016 $149,928 49 49 114 $423,331 9/7/2016
Italy 7/28/2016 $877,525 460 460 1085 $2,690,438 9/13/2016
Jamaica 7/13/2016 $20,668 6 6 11 $51,727 8/9/2016
Japan 8/19/2016 $2,358,181 581 663 2553 $11,926,411 10/25/2016
Jordan 7/14/2016 $17,394 4 4 8 $32,835 7/26/2016
Kenya 7/22/2016 $11,268 15 15 33 $29,591 8/16/2016
Kuwait 7/14/2016 $155,702 15 15 25 $370,924 8/2/2016
Latvia 7/29/2016 $13,393 15 15 32 $45,644 8/30/2016
Lebanon 7/14/2016 $27,813 16 16 24 $75,796 8/9/2016
Lithuania 7/29/2016 $9,568 126 126 208 $22,771 8/26/2016
Malaysia 7/14/2016 $1,014,222 161 207 679 $2,028,401 9/20/2016
Mexico 8/12/2016 $2,484,129 0 726 1149 $6,637,061 10/11/2016
Netherlands 7/14/2016 $259,213 88 88 277 $821,873 9/7/2016
New Zealand 7/15/2016 $456,862 129 129 517 $1,366,523 9/13/2016
Nigeria 7/22/2016 $14,710 23 24 101 $69,886 8/30/2016
North America 7/15/2016 $46,018,755 3963 3963 18792 $128,350,574
Norway 7/22/2016 $170,447 185 185 402 $652,681 9/20/2016
Oman 7/14/2016 $29,830 13 13 16 $48,981 8/2/2016
Peru 7/21/2016 $473,399 137 137 307 $1,351,999 8/23/2016
Philippines 7/15/2016 $821,153 206 206 399 $1,544,593 8/9/2016
Poland 7/15/2016 $117,638 129 130 347 $317,721 8/9/2016
Portugal 7/21/2016 $105,990 64 64 172 $295,516 8/31/2016
Qatar 7/14/2016 $63,674 8 8 14 $143,511 8/2/2016
Romania 7/29/2016 $52,705 64 64 231 $144,631 9/7/2016
Russia (CIS) 7/28/2016 $2,548,833 1203 1203 3623 $4,870,811 9/27/2016
Serbia and Montenegro 7/28/2016 $6,823 28 28 68 $22,171 9/7/2016
Singapore 7/14/2016 $742,611 50 50 164 $1,603,552 9/7/2016
Slovakia 7/28/2016 $39,137 73 73 112 $73,869 8/25/2016
Slovenia 7/28/2016 $5,149 13 15 42 $18,500 10/3/2016
South Africa 7/29/2016 $213,674 102 102 377 $705,289 10/11/2016
South Korea 8/9/2016 $0 0 511 1067 $3,693,843 10/11/2016
Spain 8/12/2016 $823,859 525 525 1712 $3,511,995 10/27/2016
Suriname 7/14/2016 $931 1 1 3 $2,868 8/2/2016
Sweden 7/27/2016 $279,524 153 153 443 $1,405,308 10/4/2016
Switzerland 7/28/2016 $1,502 5 81 241 $379,881 9/20/2016
Syria 7/21/2016 $1,667 1 1 3 $4,392 8/9/2016
Taiwan 7/14/2016 $578,336 120 120 254 $1,375,624 8/16/2016
Thailand 7/14/2016 $250,952 140 140 234 $975,579 8/2/2016
Trinidad 7/20/2016 $69,260 21 21 67 $213,634 9/20/2016
Turkey 7/29/2016 $126,018 252 252 591 $452,204 9/7/2016
Ukraine 7/28/2016 $216,388 226 226 615 $456,089 9/7/2016
United Arab Emirates 7/14/2016 $424,694 70 70 120 $955,125 8/30/2016
United Kingdom 7/15/2016 $5,790,928 581 581 2437 $14,167,996 10/18/2016
Uruguay 7/14/2016 $46,972 15 15 61 $144,903 10/11/2016
Venezuela 7/22/2016 $35,435 80 80 193 $164,832 9/20/2016
Vietnam 7/29/2016 $81,502 88 88 152 $180,498 8/16/2016
Rest of World $133,965
Worldwide Total$229,034,050 10/27/2016

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