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Czech Republic Box Office for Všechno nejhorší (2017)

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Happy Death Day
Theatrical Performance (US$)
Czech Republic Box Office $329,367Details
Worldwide Box Office $124,967,272Details
Home Market Performance
North America DVD Sales $1,525,896 Details
North America Blu-ray Sales $1,704,164 Details
Total North America Video Sales $3,230,060
Further financial details...

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A college student relives the day of her murder with both its unexceptional details and terrifying end until she discovers her killer’s identity.


Movie Details

Production Budget:$5,000,000
Czech Republic Releases: November 3rd, 2017 (Wide), released as Všechno nejhorší
Video Release: January 2nd, 2018 by Universal Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for violence/terror, crude sexual content, language, some drug material and partial nudity.
(Rating bulletin 2486 (Cert #51049), 7/26/2017)
Running Time: 96 minutes
Keywords: College, Murder Mystery, Time Travel, One Day, Development Hell, Horror Comedy
Source:Original Screenplay
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: Blumhouse, Universal Pictures
Production Countries: United States

Home Market Releases for January 16th, 2018

January 15th, 2018

I, Daniel Blake

It’s not a particularly good week on the home market with no one film that is a must have dominating the rest of the pack. However, this is actually a good thing, as there are several smaller releases that get a chance to shine and there are several Pick of the Week contenders as a result. This includes the biggest release of the week, Blade Runner 2049, as well as a limited release, Loving Vincent, and a forgotten film, Matinee. In the end, I went with I, Daniel Blake: The Criterion Collection as the best of the week. More...

Home Market Releases for January 2nd, 2018

January 2nd, 2018


This is the first Tuesday of the year, so it should be no surprise that there are not a lot of top-tier releases on this week’s list. In fact, there were so few releases worth mentioning that I had to pad the list with some films that were not selling well enough to be worth mentioning during most weeks. As for the Pick of the Week contenders, there were only two: Lucky and Battle of the Sexes. It was a close race, but in the end, I gave that title to Lucky on DVD. More...

Weekend Predictions: Will Thor Rule, or is it the End of World for the Box Office?

November 2nd, 2017


November begins with Thor: Ragnarok and A Bad Moms Christmas. Thor: Ragnarok is widely expected to be the sixth film of 2017 to open with $100 million. On the other hand, A Bad Moms Christmas opened yesterday and when I started writing this in the early hours of Thursday morning, there were still no reviews on Rotten Tomatoes. Oh boy. That’s not a good sign. Worse still, no other new release it going to come close to $10 million over the weekend. This weekend last year, there were three wide releases that earned more than $10 million, led by Doctor Strange with $85 million. Thor: Ragnarok will top that, but this year's depth is terrible compared to last year and we will very likely see yet another loss in the year-over-year comparison. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Box Office is Cut to Pieces, Earning Just $75 million

October 31st, 2017


It was a terrible weekend at the box office with only two films cracking $10 million, Jigsaw and Tyler Perry’s Boo 2: A Madea Halloween. Geostorm earned third place with just $5.90 million. Overall, the box office fell 21% from last weekend to just $75 million. More importantly, this is 15% lower than the same weekend last year. Year-to-date, 2017 continues to struggle with a running tally of $8.57 billion. This is $470 million or $5.2% below last year’s pace, meaning we fell behind last year’s pace by a further 0.2 percentage points. The box office really needed to be eating into the deficit during the month of October, but that hasn’t been the case. More...

Thursday Night Previews: Jigsaw Grabs a $1.6 million Piece of the Box Office

October 27th, 2017


Jigsaw earned $1.6 million during its midnight previews last night. Happy Death Day earned an even $1 million during its previews on its way to a $26 million opening. However, there are many factors that will result in shorter legs. For instance, Happy Death Day earned better reviews, while Jigsaw is the latest installment in a long-running franchise. Finally, Happy Death Day’s target audience skewed female, while Jigsaw skews male and men are more likely to rush out to see a movie than women are. That said, this is a great start and the film should easily top our prediction with at least $20 million during its opening weekend. More...

Weekend Predictions: Can Jigsaw Still Fit at the Box Office?

October 26th, 2017


There are three wide releases coming out this week, although only Jigsaw is expected to make any real impact at the box office. The other two, Suburbicon and Thank You for Your Service, are opening in barely more than 2,000 theaters and neither of them are expected to do well at the box office. Meanwhile, Tyler Perry’s Boo 2: A Madea Halloween, has an actual shot at repeating in first place, mostly because of the weak competition. This is terrible news for the overall box office, as it means we are going to have a hard time matching last year’s box office, even though last year there was only one wide release, Inferno. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: By earning $21.23 million, Boo 2 is the only Non-Disaster Film of the Weekend

October 24th, 2017

Tyler Perry’s Boo 2: A Madea Halloween

The weekend box office was weaker than expected with only one of the new releases topping predictions. Tyler Perry’s Boo 2: A Madea Halloween wasn’t that one film, but it still led the way with $21.23 million. The only other film to top $10 million was Geostorm with $13.71 million, but it lived up to its disaster genre due to its $100 million production budget. Overall, the box office fell 6.5% from last week to $95 million. That decline is positively glowing compared to the year-over-year comparison. Compared to this weekend last year, 2017 was down 25%. Year-to-date, 2017 is now behind last year’s pace by 5.0% or $440 million at $8.46 billion to $8.90 billion. Unless November and December are stellar, there’s no way 2017 is going to catch up to 2017. More...

Friday Estimates: Boo 2 Scares Up $7.47 Million, Other New Releases are just Scared

October 21st, 2017

Tyler Perry’s Boo 2: A Madea Halloween

As expected, Tyler Perry’s Boo 2: A Madea Halloween led the way on Friday with $7.37 million. Granted, its reviews are terrible, as its Tomatometer Score has fallen into the single-digit range. On the other hand, it earned a A minus from CinemaScore, which is the same score its predecessor earned. If this film has the same legs as the original did, then it will earn $22.4 million during the opening weekend. However, it is a sequel, so it will likely miss that mark with about $22 million. That’s approximately 10% below our prediction, so I’m happy with that result. It is also likely more than the film cost to make, so Lionsgate should also be happy. More...

Weekend Predictions: Will Moviegoers Want to View Boo 2?

October 20th, 2017

Tyler Perry’s Boo 2: A Madea Halloween

There are five films opening wide or semi-wide this week, but only one of them, Tyler Perry’s Boo 2: A Madea Halloween, has a real shot at top spot. The best-reviewed new release of the week is Only the Brave, while the Geostorm is the widest release. Then there are the two semi-wide releases, The Snowman and Same Kind of Different as Me. Because there are so many new releases coming out this week, one or two of them are practically guaranteed to slip between the cracks. This weekend last year, the box office was led by the original Boo! with $28.50 million, while the new releases made just over $70 million combined. That seems out of reach for this year’s crop, so 2017 will likely lose in the year-over-year comparison. More...

Contest: Feeling Happy: Winning Announcement

October 19th, 2017

Happy Death Day

The winners of our Feeling Happy contest were determined and the entrants with the closest predictions for Happy Death Day’s opening weekend were... More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Death Day Made the Box Office Happy with $26.04 million

October 17th, 2017

Happy Death Day

Happy Death Day led the weekend, as expected, but did so with a surprisingly strong $26.04 million. The only other truly wide release of the week was The Foreigner, which also beat expectations, albeit by a smaller margin. The overall box office still fell from last weekend, down 4.2% to $100 million. This is 1.4% higher than the same weekend last year. On the one hand, this is not enough to compensate for inflation. On the other hand, at this point, any win is worth celebrating. Year-to-date, 2017 is still behind 2016 by a large margin, but at least it was able to close the gap by a little bit at $410 million / 4.7% at $8.34 billion to $8.75 billion. More...

Weekend Estimates: Young Women Power Death Day to Victory

October 15th, 2017

Happy Death Day

This weekend will be another winner for horror movies, with Happy Death Day powering into first place with a projected $26.5 million, according to Universal’s Sunday morning numbers. That puts it miles ahead of Blade Runner 2049, which failed to broaden its audience this weekend, and is down 54% to $15.1 million, for $60.6 million in total. More...

Friday Estimates: Friday was a Happy, Happy Day as Death Pulled in $11.6 million

October 14th, 2017

Happy Death Day

Happy Death Day topped expectations by earning $14.3 million on Friday. Even with short legs, it will still make $25 million over the weekend, possibly a little more. This is likely more than it cost to make and advertise, at least initially. I suspect Universal will up their ad buy after this result and will also increase the initial print run for the DVDs / Blu-rays as well. The film’s reviews are 68% positive, while it earned a solid B from CinemaScore. Earning a B would be bad for most movies, but horror films routinely fall in the C range, as horror fans tend to be very negative. For example, gorehounds will hate anything without enough blood, but torture porn will turn off even more fans. Pleasing even half of the opening day audience is impressive. More...

Weekend Predictions: Will Happy Day be the Death of the Box Office?

October 12th, 2017

Happy Death Day

I thought this would be a really busy weekend with Blade Runner 2049 repeating in first place and four wide releases competing for spots in the top five. However, last weekend, Blade Runner 2049 missed expectations, so it won’t dominate the chart this weekend. Meanwhile, two of the four wide releases are not going to open truly wide. This leaves Happy Death Day with a relatively easy path to first place. The Foreigner has almost made enough in China to pay for its production budget, so as long as it can cover its advertising budget here, it will break even before it reaches the home market. Meanwhile, Professor Marston & The Wonder Women is opening semi-wide and Marshall is opening nationwide. They may or may not open in the top ten. This weekend last year, The Accountant opened in first place with close to $25 million, while all three wide releases combined made $38 million. It is going to be tough for 2017 to match that. More...

Contest: Sharp as a Blade: Winning Announcement

October 11th, 2017

Blade Runner 2049

The winners of our Sharp as a Blade contest were determined and the entrants with the closest predictions for Blade Runner 2049’s opening weekend were... More...

Contest: Feeling Happy

October 6th, 2017

Happy Death Day

It’s a busy weekend with four new releases coming out; however, only one of them, Happy Death Day, has a real shot at topping Blade Runner 2049 for first place. Because of that, it is the only real choice for the target film in this week’s box office prediction contest. In order to win, one must simply predict the opening three-day weekend box office number for Happy Death Day.

We are continuing the Halloween Trick or Treat contests this week. Each winner will get a Frankenprize that is either Halloween Treat, a Horror film plus another prize, or a Halloween Trick, a movie so bad it is scary it was made plus another prize.

Whoever comes the closest to predicting the film’s opening 3-day weekend box office (Friday to Sunday), without going over, will win a Frankenprize, as described above. Whoever comes the closest to predicting the film’s opening 3-day weekend box office (Friday to Sunday), without going under, will also win a Frankenprize, as described above. Finally, we will be choosing an entrant from the group of people who haven’t won, or haven’t won recently, and they will win the final win a Frankenprize, as described above.

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

2017 Preview: October

October 1st, 2017

Blade Runner 2049

September destroyed the previous September monthly record for total box office take, with $800 million or so (we won’t know the exact figure until after the weekend), which tops 2016’s record of $616 million. Granted, this is almost entirely due to It’s record breaking run, and the rest of the month was merely average. Kingsman: The Golden Circle was the only other film to come close to $100 million. October doesn’t look any better, as far as depth is concerned. Blade Runner 2049 is widely expected to be the biggest hit of the month, but it is the only film expected to reach $100 million domestically. Boo 2 should be the second biggest hit of the month, while there are only a couple of other films that have a shot at $50 million. Part of the problem is the level of competition, as there are 16 films opening during the four October weekends. (Needless to say, some of the predictions below will be a little short, as there’s not much to say about a film that will barely open in the top ten and disappear two weeks later.) That’s way too many and most will be buried by the competition. Last October was a flop, as no film earned more than $100 million at the box office. There were a few films that came close, including the original Boo! movie. As long as Blade Runner 2049 matches expectations, 2017 should win the year-over-year comparison by a small margin. If we get one surprise hit, then 2017 has a real shot at closing the gap with 2016 by a significant margin. I choose to be cautiously optimistic. More...

Happy Death Day Trailer

July 19th, 2017

Horror movie starring Jessica Rothe, written and directed by Christopher Landon opens October 13 ... 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
2017/11/03 4 $113,182   93 $1,217   $116,142 1
2017/11/10 7 $73,145 -35% 47 $1,556   $221,377 2
2017/11/17 10 $47,553 -35% 37 $1,285   $287,363 3
2017/11/24 - $18,398 -61% 30 $613   $313,656 4
2017/12/01 16 $6,452 -65% 17 $380   $323,940 5
2017/12/08 18 $4,545 -30% 12 $379   $329,367 6

Box Office Summary Per Territory

Territory Release
Box Office
Argentina 11/30/2017 $416,160 135 154 501 $1,283,978 1/25/2018
Australia 10/13/2017 $1,121,481 262 262 918 $2,615,624 12/11/2017
Austria 11/17/2017 $128,476 50 50 253 $426,615 2/1/2018
Belgium 10/27/2017 $180,855 28 33 142 $743,736 12/21/2017
Bolivia 10/26/2017 $45,100 19 19 56 $164,926 11/30/2017
Brazil 10/13/2017 $1,863,256 456 489 1710 $4,319,916 12/15/2017
Bulgaria 10/20/2017 $27,847 0 19 48 $144,345 12/27/2017
Central America 11/2/2017 $263,141 127 127 211 $546,219 12/7/2017
Chile 10/13/2017 $209,457 50 62 244 $932,573 11/30/2017
China 2/2/2018 $2,630,000 14653 15793 30446 $9,600,000 2/22/2018
Colombia 11/23/2017 $166,656 120 120 201 $347,178 12/29/2017
Croatia 11/9/2017 $2,725 6 6 14 $6,267 12/7/2017
Cyprus 10/26/2017 $14,120 6 6 18 $37,604 11/24/2017
Czech Republic 11/3/2017 $113,182 93 93 236 $329,367 12/12/2017
Denmark 10/19/2017 $96,846 57 57 160 $232,185 12/15/2017
Ecuador 10/20/2017 $173,950 41 41 159 $482,568 11/30/2017
Egypt 11/8/2017 $0 0 12 25 $68,461 12/29/2017
Estonia 10/13/2017 $28,499 15 15 40 $102,949 11/16/2017
Finland 10/20/2017 $113,376 53 53 180 $381,181 12/29/2017
France 11/15/2017 $1,535,203 248 248 1177 $4,310,246 1/18/2018
Germany 11/16/2017 $1,191,937 331 331 1766 $3,520,942 2/22/2018
Greece 10/26/2017 $55,968 23 23 37 $159,294 12/21/2017
Hong Kong 11/23/2017 $234,051 34 34 88 $515,869 12/29/2017
Hungary 11/16/2017 $161,421 35 49 169 $435,466 12/29/2017
Iceland 10/20/2017 $11,968 7 7 13 $29,338 11/16/2017
Indonesia 10/18/2017 $540,772 210 210 279 $1,067,343 11/16/2017
Israel 10/13/2017 $382,726 22 23 133 $1,160,569 12/21/2017
Italy 11/10/2017 $1,150,326 0 57 64 $2,599,483 12/15/2017
Latvia 10/20/2017 $15,126 8 8 22 $78,812 12/15/2017
Lebanon 10/26/2017 $27,467 16 16 28 $62,207 11/24/2017
Lithuania 11/3/2017 $12,141 62 62 80 $20,696 11/26/2017
Malaysia 10/17/2017 $249,918 107 107 363 $712,622 11/24/2017
Mexico 10/27/2017 $806,111 0 33 62 $2,066,924 2/1/2018
Middle East Region 10/26/2017 $114,759 44 44 84 $246,365 12/7/2017
Mongolia 10/13/2017 $22,752 6 6 16 $44,948 11/9/2017
Netherlands 10/13/2017 $246,884 64 69 276 $798,357 11/24/2017
New Zealand 10/13/2017 $147,395 47 47 172 $312,416 11/24/2017
North America 10/13/2017 $26,039,025 3149 3535 14476 $55,683,845
Norway 10/27/2017 $0 0 67 83 $218,229 12/15/2017
Panama 11/3/2017 $211,000 0 0 0 $211,000 11/5/2017
Paraguay 10/26/2017 $34,848 18 18 52 $84,714 11/30/2017
Peru 10/13/2017 $541,800 97 97 316 $1,613,731 11/30/2017
Philippines 10/18/2017 $30,760 127 127 256 $240,028 11/2/2017
Poland 10/27/2017 $150,964 111 111 291 $450,733 11/30/2017
Portugal 10/13/2017 $75,760 45 45 152 $217,665 11/16/2017
Romania 11/3/2017 $70,034 60 60 141 $219,442 12/29/2017
Russia (CIS) 12/8/2017 $1,572,488 930 930 2327 $3,127,375 2/8/2018
Serbia and Montenegro 10/26/2017 $18,732 31 31 58 $58,358 12/7/2017
Singapore 10/18/2017 $215,144 27 27 108 $618,865 11/30/2017
Slovakia 11/3/2017 $60,553 52 52 130 $144,350 12/7/2017
Slovenia 10/19/2017 $14,719 12 12 41 $59,059 11/30/2017
South Africa 10/20/2017 $16,494 23 24 66 $55,713 11/16/2017
South Korea 10/11/2017 $0 0 714 2253 $9,973,218 12/29/2017
Spain 11/10/2017 $936,078 328 328 1141 $2,716,757 1/11/2018
Sweden 10/20/2017 $169,670 61 61 226 $507,663 12/7/2017
Switzerland 11/9/2017 $7,219 3 51 233 $791,447 2/8/2018
Switzerland (Italian Speaking) 11/9/2017 $7,219 3 4 13 $21,274 12/15/2017
Taiwan 10/20/2017 $317,809 82 82 223 $784,630 11/30/2017
Thailand 11/23/2017 $99,582 50 50 88 $174,119 12/15/2017
Trinidad 11/1/2017 $18,903 14 14 14 $18,903 11/9/2017
Turkey 10/13/2017 $168,803 124 149 385 $494,614 11/6/2017
Ukraine 11/30/2017 $163,359 143 150 404 $375,883 1/4/2018
United Arab Emirates 10/27/2017 $201,820 36 36 54 $340,687 11/24/2017
United Kingdom 10/20/2017 $1,315,746 416 416 1402 $3,784,576 12/15/2017
Uruguay 11/2/2017 $26,751 20 20 67 $71,091 12/15/2017
Venezuela 10/13/2017 $79,939 66 66 214 $373,515 11/30/2017
Vietnam 10/27/2017 $219,211 129 131 345 $628,199 11/24/2017
Worldwide Total$124,967,272 2/22/2018

Full financial estimates for this film, including domestic and international box office, video sales, video rentals, TV and ancillary revenue are available through our research services. For more information, please contact us at

Lead Ensemble Members

   Tree Gelbman
   Carter Davis
   Lori Spengler
   Gregory Butler
   Stephanie Butler

Supporting Cast

Jason Bayle    David Gelbman
Rob Mello    John Tombs
Rachel Matthews    Danielle Bouseman
Ramsey Anderson    Keith Lumbly
Brady Lewis    Frat Brother
Phi Vu    Ryan Phan
Tenea Intriago    Student Protestor
Blaine Kern    Nick Sims
Cariella Smith    Becky Shepard
Jimmy Gonzales    Police Officer
Billy Slaughter    Dr. Winter
Donna Duplantier    Nurse Deena
Gigi Erneta    Reporter
Dane Rhodes    Officer Santora
Caleb Spillyards    Tim Bauer
Missy Yager    Tree’s Mom
Tran Tran    Emily

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

Production and Technical Credits

Scott Lobdell    Screenwriter
Jason Blum    Producer
Angela Manchso    Executive Producer
John Baldecchi    Executive Producer
Couper Samuelson    Executive Producer
Jeanette Volturno*    Executive Producer
Seth William Meier    Executive Producer
Toby Oliver    Director of Photography
Cecele M. De Stefano    Production Designer
Gregory Plotkin    Editor
Meaghan McLaughlin Luster*    Costume Designer
Bear McCreary    Composer
Mark Rayner    Stunt Coordinator
James Armstrong    Stunt Coordinator
Jack Tamplin    Stunt Coordinator
James Armstrong    Additional Photography
Jack Tamplin    Additional Photography
Ryan Turek    Co-Producer
Beatriz Sequeira    Co-Producer
Phillip Dawe    Co-Producer
Terri Taylor    Casting Director
Seth William Meier    Unit Production Manager
Dan Katzman    First Assistant Director
Seth William Hansen*    Second Assistant Director
Erin Vitali    Production Supervisor
Jennifer Scudder Trent    Post-Production Supervisor
Michelle C. Harmon    Art Director
Gretchen Gattuso    Set Decorator
Jonathan Parham    Sound Mixer
C. Tom Wiseman    Special Effects Coordinator
Jessica Carpenter    Costume Supervisor
Ashley Dill-Walsh*    Make up
Chrissy Morris    Make up
Margeaux Fox    Hairstylist
Dee Leveque    Hairstylist
Sarah Willgrube    Script Supervisor
Lisa Latter    Location Manager
Drew Sacks    Assistant Editor
Lucy Donaldson    Assistant Editor
David Lebensfeld    Visual Effects Supervisor
Grant Miller    Visual Effects Supervisor
Oliver Taylor    Visual Effects Supervisor
Oliver Taylor    Visual Effects Executive Producer
Matthew Poliquin    Visual Effects Executive Producer
Kieley Culbertson    Visual Effects Producer
Trevor Gates    Supervising Sound Editor
Jonathan Wales    Re-recording Mixer
Joshua Adeniji    Sound Effects Editor
Michael Baird    Sound Effects Editor
Brett Pierce    Music Editor
Bear McCreary    Score Producer
Steve Kaplan    Score Producer
Vitek Kral    Score Recordist
Mike Baber    Music Editor
Ren Stewart    Music Editor
Jason Akers    Additional Music
Omer Ben-Zvi    Additional Music
Sam Ewing    Additional Music
Zachary Lucia    Additional Music

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