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Girls Trip
Theatrical Performance (US$)
Germany Box Office $967,365Details
Worldwide Box Office $140,886,353Details
Home Market Performance
North America DVD Sales $5,906,368 Details
North America Blu-ray Sales $4,993,212 Details
Total North America Video Sales $10,899,580
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When four lifelong friends travel to New Orleans for the annual Essence Festival, sisterhoods are rekindled, wild sides are rediscovered, and there’s enough dancing, drinking, brawling and romancing to make the Big Easy blush.


Movie Details

Production Budget:$28,000,000
Germany Releases: November 30th, 2017 (Wide)
Video Release: October 3rd, 2017 by Universal Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: R for crude and sexual content throughout, pervasive language, brief graphic nudity, and drug material.
(Rating bulletin 2460 (Cert #50865), 1/25/2017)
Running Time: 122 minutes
Keywords: Music Festival, New Orleans, Louisiana, African-American, Road Trip, Girls' Night Out
Source:Original Screenplay
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: Will Packer Productions, Universal Pictures, Perfect World Pictures
Production Countries: United States

2017 - Holiday Gift Guide - Part I - First-Run Releases and Franchise Box Sets

November 23rd, 2017

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2

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, and normally franchise box sets as well, but this year none jump out as essential additions to the Holiday Gift guide. Worse still, 2017 has been awful at the box office with potential blockbuster after potential blockbuster getting savaged by critics and struggling at the box office. Additionally, some of the biggest and some of the best have been on the home market for nearly half a year, meaning nearly everyone who would want them, already own them. That doesn’t mean there are no films worth adding to this list, but the list is a little shorter than usual. On a side note, two of the films on this year’s list are from the MCU and it would have been three, but Thor: Ragnarok is still in theaters. If you know someone who loves the MCU, but has all of the movies, then check out this site, which has some more unique gift ideas. I specifically like the Spider-man Drone. More...

Home Market Releases for October 17th, 2017

October 18th, 2017

Spider-Man: Homecoming

It is one of those weeks. There’s a massive release coming out, which has scared away nearly all of the competition, so it is a really shallow week. Fortunately, that huge release is Spider-Man: Homecoming, which is not only one of the biggest hits of the year, it is also one of the reviewed. It isn’t the only contender for Pick of the Week, but the Blu-ray Combo Pack wins that honor. More...

Home Market Releases for October 3rd, 2017

October 3rd, 2017

Goon: Last of the Enforcers

It is not a great week for home market releases. Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales is the biggest release of the week, but it is far from the best. As for the Pick of the Week contenders, they are all horror themed. Cult of Chucky is surprisingly good, especially for a franchise that’s lasted seven installments. Don't Torture A Duckling is a giallo film, and an important one in its director’s career. Up next is iZombie: Season Three, which is amazing, but it is always on the edge of being canceled. Finally, there's Vampyr: Criterion Collection Blu-ray. In the end, I went with the Don't Torture A Duckling: Special Edition as the Pick of the Week. Meanwhile, Goon: Last of the Enforcers Blu-ray Combo Pack earned Puck of the Week, for the best Canadian release. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Hitman Tops Chart with $21.38 million as Summer Closes

August 22nd, 2017

The Hitman’s Bodyguard

The summer is over, but The Hitman’s Bodyguard did well for this time of year earning $21.38 million over the weekend. Logan Lucky was well back opening with just $7.60 million. Overall, the box office fell 18% from last week to just $96 million. This is also 27% lower than the same weekend last year. The top two films this year actually did better than the top two films earned last year, but the depth was just terrible. Year-to-date, 2017 has pulled in $7.21 billion, putting it $430 million or 5.6% lower than last year’s pace. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Creation Helps Summer Conclude with $35.01 million

August 15th, 2017

Annabelle: Creation

Annabelle: Creation’s opening saved summer for one week, but that’s the practically the only good news we have to talk about this weekend. The film pulled in $35.01 million, which is over three times its nearest competition. That’s the bad news. The depth this past weekend was terrible, as there were only two films with more than $10 million, compared to five films last weekend. The overall box office fell 4.6% to just $117 million. Worse still, this is 32% lower than the same weekend last year. Year-to-date, 2017 is behind 2016 by $360 million or 4.9% at $7.07 billion to $7.43 billion. The year has lost over $500 million compared to last year’s pace during summer alone. This is a disaster. More...

Weekend Predictions: Can Annabelle Scare the Box Office to Life?

August 10th, 2017

Annabelle: Creation

Unless Annabelle: Creation is a $30 million hit, it is safe to say summer ended a couple of weeks ago. The film has about a 50/50 chance of getting there. The Nut Job: Nutty by Nature is widely expected set a record this week, but not a good one. Finally there’s The Glass Castle, which is only opening semi-wide. Overall, the box office looks weak compared to this weekend last year. Sausage Party opened with $34.26 million, which is more than any film this year will make. Worse still, Suicide Squad won the weekend with $43.54 million. 2017 is going to lose to 2016 in the year-over-year comparison by at least $43.54 million. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Dark Tower Struggles with $19.15 million

August 8th, 2017

The Dark Tower

The Dark Tower opened on the very low end of expectation with just $19.15 million over the weekend. The rest of the box office was more or less in line with predictions, leading to a $122 million haul, which is a 15% decline from last weekend. A 15% decline is pretty normal this time of year. What isn’t normal is a decline of 47% from last year; a year-over-year decline like that normally only happens when there’s a misalignment in holiday, but it wasn’t a surprise, as Suicide Squad earned more last year than the entire box office earned this year. 2017 was already behind 2016’s pace by a large amount, but that deficit more than doubled from last weekend and is now $270 million or 3.8% at $6.89 billion to $7.17 billion. Remember, 2017 started the summer about $200 million ahead of 2016, so the summer has been a disaster at the box office. More...

Weekend Predictions: Has Summer Ended?

August 3rd, 2017

The Dark Tower

August has begun, but I’m starting to think Summer has already ended. The Dark Tower was expected to be the big hit of the weekend, but its reviews are a lot weaker than anticipated. Kidnap is also opening wide and its early reviews were good, but that has changed as the day has gone on. Furthermore, it’s buzz is really quiet, so its box office chances are not good. Finally Detroit is expanding wide this weekend. Its reviews are among the best we’ve seen all summer, but it is tough to go from a limited release to a wide release, so I’m not overly optimistic. This weekend last year, Suicide Squad opened with $133.68 million. It is very likely the entire box office will be less than $133.68 million this weekend. 2017 is going to get destroyed in the year-over-year comparison. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Dunkirk Does in the Competition with $26.61 million

August 1st, 2017


Summer is coming to a close, as the two new releases, The Emoji Movie and Atomic Blonde had okay openings over the weekend. Dunkirk was able to earn first place with $26.61 million, which is great news for that movie, but bad news for the overall box office, as it is the worst result for a number one film since April. Overall, the box office fell 20% from last week to $144 million. This is 24% lower than the same weekend last year. Year-to-date, 2017 is now behind 2016 by 1.7% or $120 million at $6.70 billion to $6.82 billion. More...

Friday Estimates: Emoji Earns $10.05 million in Emotional Start

July 29th, 2017

The Emoji Movie

The weekend got off to a strange start with The Emoji Movie earning first place on Friday with $10.05 million. That’s the good news. The bad news is in the future. Not only is the film’s Tomatometer Score just 6% positive, not only are the critics aggressive in their negative reviews, but the film only managed a B from CinemaScore. Family films rarely earn less than a A minus from CinemaScore, so this will be devastating for its legs. That said, a $10.05 million start is still impressive and a second place, $28 million debut is enough that it will break even early in its home market run. More...

Weekend Predictions: Atomic Blonde and The Emoji Movie Take On Dunkirk

July 27th, 2017

Atomic Blonde

The final weekend of July has two wide releases, Atomic Blonde and The Emoji Movie. Neither are expected to be monster hits, but both could be profitable at the box office. Atomic Blonde’s reviews are excellent and its connections to the John Wick movies could get people into theaters. The Emoji Movie still has no reviews and its buzz is incredibly negative. I haven’t seen buzz this negative since Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Long Haul. This does give Dunkirk a real shot at repeating on top of the chart. This weekend last year, Jason Bourne opened with nearly $60 million, which will likely be more than both new releases this year earn. Even if Dunkirk has better legs than expected, there’s little hope 2017 will win in the year-over-year comparison. More...

Theater Averages: Dunkirk Lands On Top with $13,579

July 26th, 2017


The number one film on the overall weekend box office chart, Dunkirk, was also the number one film on the theater average chart earning an average of $13,579. The best limited release was Landline with an average of $13,139 in four theaters. Its reviews suggest it won’t maintain that average as it tries to expand. The final film in the $10,000 club was Girls Trip, which earned an average of $12,042. The film could have earned half that and it still would have been an okay opening for its production budget. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Dunkirk has Stellar $50.51 million Opening

July 25th, 2017

Girls Trip

Both Dunkirk and Girls Trip topped expectations earning $50.51 million and $31.20 million respectively. Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets didn’t do as well, but it should do well internationally. Overall, the weekend box office rose 11% from last weekend earning $181 million. On the downside, this was 7.8% lower than the same weekend last year and 2017 had already lost its lead over 2016, so this is really bad news. Year-to-date, 2017 is now behind 2016 by $31 million / 0.5% at $6.46 billion to $6.49 billion. Things really need to turn around soon, but I don’t think that’s going to happen. Hopefully the fall will be much better. More...

Weekend Estimates: Dunkirk, Girls Trip Post Impressive Debuts

July 23rd, 2017


Dunkirk will easily top the chart at the box office this weekend, with a $50.5 million opening weekend from 3,720 theaters that’s broadly in line with expectations, and also remarkably similar to the first weekend for Interstellar, which opened with $47.5 million from 3,561 theaters back in 2014. It seems that the film has reached the Christopher Nolan fan base, but not extended much beyond that. Remarkably, Pearl Harbor remains the record holder for biggest opening weekend for a World War II movie, with the $59 million it earned back in 2001 (equivalent to roughly $93 million with today’s ticket prices). More...

Friday Estimates: Dunkirk Dunks on the Competition with $19.8 million

July 22nd, 2017

Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets

Dunkirk dominated the Friday box office chart. Okay, maybe dominate is too strong a word, but more on that down below. The film earned a better than anticipated opening day of $19.8 million. Additionally, its reviews are award-worthy, while it earned an A minus from CinemaScore. Frankly, given its reviews, I’m surprised it only got an A minus. With its $5.5 million in previews, I was expecting an opening day a little north of $20 million, so hopefully this isn’t a sign of short legs. Look for an opening weekend of $55 million. On a side note, the reason we are not using Dunkirk images is we only got two of them and we’ve already used them both, twice. I tried to find the French site to see if they had more images (This is what I did for Kong: Skull Island.) but I ended up on the Dunkirk tourist site by accident and now all of the ads I see on YouTube are in French. More...

Thursday Night Previews: Dunkirk and Girls Trip Make Promising Starts

July 21st, 2017

Girls Trip

I was expecting Dunkirk to make about $4 million during previews and it made $5.5 million. Since its reviews are award-worthy and the film is aimed at a more mature target audience, it should have better legs than most similar films. Perhaps $60 million is more likely than I thought. More...

Weekend Predictions: Take a Trip with Valerian and Laureline to Dunkirk

July 20th, 2017

Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets

So far this summer, box office is running about $200 million behind last year’s pace. The numbers have fallen so far that, year to date, 2017 is now behind 2016’s box office pace. This is even more depressing as last weekend, five of the top six films earned Tomatometer Scores that were over 90% positive. This week, we are continuing the amazing run with critics as two of the three wide releases are earning 90% positive reviews or better, but it doesn’t look like we will be able to improve our box office woes. This weekend last year, Star Trek Beyond opened with nearly $60 million and four other films earned more than $20 million. This weekend, Dunkirk will open in first place and it might top Star Trek Beyond, but that seems unlikely. Even getting to $50 million could be asking too much. Girls Trip should have a box office run somewhere between Rough Night and Bad Moms. ... Yes, I know that’s a lot of wiggle room, but there’s a lot of uncertainty here. Finally there’s Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets, which cost $180 million to make but is earning almost no buzz here. (It should do a lot better internationally.) We would have to have all three new releases beat expectations and have solid holdovers for 2017 to come out ahead in the year-over-year comparison. More...

2017 Preview: July

July 1st, 2017

Spider-Man: Homecoming

I hate it when the first of the month lands on a Saturday. By the time this story goes live, we will still have almost no box office data for Despicable Me 3, so we won’t know if June ended on a positive note. Fortunately, Wonder Woman beat expectations and might end up as the biggest hit of the summer, at least for a little while. July begins with Spider-Man: Homecoming, which should make at least $300 million and is the last film being released this summer that has a shot at being a $400 million hit domestically. It is very likely that nothing else this month will come within $100 million of that movie, so that could help its legs. There are a few potential $100 million hits, including War for the Planet of the Apes, Dunkirk, and a couple of other long shots. Last July had a similar feel with The Secret Life of Pets topping the list with well over $300 million, while there were five other $100 million hits. This July would have to beat expectations substantially to match this performance. I’m not confident 2017 will be able to maintain its pace at the box office. I’m worried at least one big film will struggled and 2017 will end the month behind 2016’s pace. More...

Girls Trip Trailer

June 15th, 2017

Comedy starring Regina Hall, Jada Pinkett Smith, Tiffany Haddish, Queen Latifah opens July 21 ... Full Movie Details. More...

Because some of our sources provide box office data in their local currency, while we use USD in the graph above and table below, exchange rate fluctuations can have effect on the data causing stronger increases or even decreases of the cumulative box office.

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2017/12/01 - $362,368   318 $1,140   $498,293 1
2017/12/08 - $213,383 -41% 288 $741   $777,544 2
2017/12/15 - $103,156 -52% 243 $425   $915,255 3
2017/12/22 - $11,562 -89% 38 $304   $944,987 4
2017/12/29 - $15,237 +32% 35 $435   $963,386 5
2018/01/05 - $1,683 -89% 9 $187   $967,075 6
2018/01/12 - $71 -96% 3 $24   $967,242 7
2018/01/19 - $102 +44% 1 $102   $967,365 8

Box Office Summary Per Territory

Territory Release
Box Office
Aruba 7/21/2017 $0 0 5 5 $111,000 8/16/2017
Australia 8/18/2017 $1,269 67 282 1107 $3,868,970 11/24/2017
Austria 12/1/2017 $59,787 44 44 126 $223,638 2/1/2018
Central America 7/20/2017 $0 0 24 35 $660,406 11/2/2017
Ecuador 9/8/2017 $33,000 0 11 16 $192,081 10/18/2017
France 12/15/2017 $61,283 0 118 346 $1,183,974 6/28/2018
Germany 11/30/2017 $362,368 318 318 935 $967,365 1/25/2018
Italy 4/12/2018 $62,031 0 1 1 $87,223 5/2/2018
Netherlands 9/7/2017 $309,274 57 58 420 $1,839,703 12/29/2017
New Zealand 9/1/2017 $106,620 43 53 242 $403,154 11/9/2017
North America 7/21/2017 $31,201,920 2591 2648 17956 $115,108,515
Panama 7/20/2017 $0 0 48 94 $581,786 9/27/2017
Peru 10/19/2017 $61,548 47 47 59 $108,917 11/9/2017
Philippines 9/27/2017 $2,636 2 2 2 $3,244 10/17/2017
Romania 9/1/2017 $0 0 16 41 $213,130 3/15/2018
Singapore 8/11/2017 $13,566 3 3 8 $32,375 10/17/2017
South Africa 8/4/2017 $186,312 73 84 551 $1,546,578 11/30/2017
Spain 1/19/2018 $16,388 8 8 17 $40,855 2/15/2018
Sweden 9/29/2017 $160,710 43 46 169 $581,777 11/30/2017
Switzerland 11/30/2017 $96,148 35 35 105 $285,684 1/18/2018
Taiwan 9/15/2017 $97,981 52 52 123 $222,958 10/26/2017
Thailand 9/7/2017 $0 0 2 4 $4,916 10/18/2017
Trinidad 8/4/2017 $188,000 20 20 23 $905,917 11/9/2017
United Kingdom 7/28/2017 $2,044,594 345 363 2510 $11,712,187 11/30/2017
Worldwide Total$140,886,353 6/28/2018

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Leading Cast


Supporting Cast

Larenz Tate    Julian
Kate Walsh    Elizabeth
Mike Colter    Stewart
Malcolm D. Lee   
Kofi Siriboe    Malik

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

Production and Technical Credits

Kenya Barris    Screenwriter
Tracy Oliver    Screenwriter
Erica Rivinoja    Story by
Kenya Barris    Story by
Tracy Oliver    Story by
Will Packer    Producer
Malcolm D. Lee    Producer
Preston Holmes    Executive Producer
James Lopez    Executive Producer
Keith Brian Burns    Production Designer
Paul Millspaugh    Editor
David Newman    Composer
Greg Gardiner    Director of Photography
Danielle Hollowell    Costume Designer
Lex D. Geddings    Stunt Coordinator
Timothy Bell    Stunt Coordinator
Chuck Picerni    Stunt Coordinator
Mary Vernieu    Casting Director
Michelle Wade Byrd    Casting Director
Dwight Williams    Unit Production Manager
Stephen Hagen    First Assistant Director
Kevin Lum    Second Assistant Director
Desiree Stevenson    Second Assistant Director
Jason Baldwin-Stewart*    Art Director
Leonard Spears    Set Decorator
Jessica Ochoa    Set Designer
Nicole Reed    Set Designer
Dick Hansen    Sound Mixer
Abbas Steen    Costume Supervisor
Anita Gibson    Make up
Dionne Wynn    Make up
Brian B. Badie    Hairstylist
Ka’Maura Eley    Hairstylist
Anthony Hemingway    Second Unit Director
Shayla Cowan    Associate Producer
Brooke Satrazemis    Script Supervisor
Elston James Howard    Location Manager
Donnie Dean    Special Effects Coordinator
Michele K. Short    Still Photographer
Paul A. Levin    Post-Production Supervisor
Ann M. Gray*    Post-Production Supervisor
Zana Bochar    First Assistant Editor
Michael Fleming    Second Assistant Director
Michael Barry    Re-recording Mixer
Paul Urmson    Re-recording Mixer
Lidia Tamplenizza    Supervising Sound Editor
Paul Urmson    Supervising Sound Editor
Jac Rubenstein    Dialogue Editor
Wyatt Sprague    Sound Effects Editor
Larry Zipf    Sound Effects Editor
Matthew Haasch    Foley Mixer
E. Gedney Webb    Supervising Music Editor
Annette Kudrak    Music Editor
Fred Vogler    Score Mixer
Eric Robinson    Visual Effects Supervisor
Michael Borrett    Visual Effects Producer

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