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Philippines Box Office for The Huntsman: Winter's War (2016)

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Theatrical Performance (US$)
Philippines Box Office $3,137,922Details
Worldwide Box Office $165,149,302Details
Home Market Performance
North America DVD Sales $5,803,706 Details
North America Blu-ray Sales $12,952,729 Details
Total North America Video Sales $18,756,435
Further financial details...

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Evil Queen Ravenna, who betrays her good sister with an unforgivable act, freezing Freya’s heart to love and unleashing in her an icy power she never knew she possessed. Retreating to a kingdom far to the north, Freya raises an army of Huntsmen as her protectors, with the only rule that no two of them should ever fall in love. As a war for domination escalates between the two queens, the hero standing between them is Freya’s most elite Huntsman, Eric. Alongside fellow warrior Sara—the only woman who has ever captured his heart—Eric must help Freya vanquish her sister…or Ravenna’s wickedness will rule for eternity.


Movie Details

Production Budget:$115,000,000
Philippines Releases: April 13th, 2016 (Wide), released as The Huntsman: Winter's War
Video Release: August 2nd, 2016 by Universal Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for fantasy action violence and some sensuality.
(Rating bulletin 2414 (Cert #50275), 3/2/2016)
Running Time: 113 minutes
Franchise: Snow White and the Huntsman
Keywords: Prequel, Dwarves, Royalty, Death of a Sibling
Source:Based on Folk Tale/Legend/Fairytale
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Fantasy
Production Companies: Universal Pictures, perfect world (Beijing) Pictures Co, Roth Films
Production Countries: United States


Chris Hemsworth    The Huntsman/Eric
Charlize Theron    Ravenna
Emily Blunt    Queen Freya
Jessica Chastain    Sara
Nick Frost    Nion
Sam Claflin    William
Rob Brydon    Gryff
Alexandra Roach    Doreena
Sheridan Smith    Mrs. Bromwyn
Sope Dirisu    Tull
Sam Hazeldine    Leifr
Sophie Cookson    Pippa
Conrad Khan    Young Eric
Niamh Walter    Young Sara
Nana Agyeman Bediako    Young Tull
Amelia Crouch    Young Pippa
Fred Tatasciore    Mirror Man
Ralph Ineson    Barkeep
Lynne Wilmot    Bar Wench
Colin Morgan    Duke of Blackwood
Robert Portal    King
Robert Wilfort    Nobleman
David Mumeni    Lead Soldier
Kara Lily Hayworth    Freya's Lady in Waiting
Madeleine Worrall    Eric's Mother
Osi Okerafor    Soldier
Ryan Donaldson    Soldier
Chinna Wodu    Huntsman Lookout
Andrew Rothney    Servant
Tim Delap    Huntsman Guard
Antony Acheampong    Huntsman
Ian Davies    Huntsman
George Watkins    Huntsman
A.J. Bediako    Huntsman
Maya Wasowicz    Woman on Cart
Sam Coulson    Snow White Soldier
Annie Guy    Little Girl
Natahlia Colbourne    Child
Yusuf Hofri    Child
Eshan Gopal    Child

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Cedric Nicolas-Troyan
Screenwriter    Evan Spiliotopoulos
Screenwriter    Craig Mazin
Based on Characters Created by    Evan Daugherty
Producer    Joe Roth
Executive Producer    Sarah Bradshaw
Executive Producer    Palak Patel
Director of Photography    Phedon Papamichael
Production Designer    Dominic Watkins
Editor    Conrad Buff
Costume Designer    Colleen Atwood
Composer    James Newton Howard
Casting Director    Lucy Bevan
Visual Effects Supervisor    Paul Lambert
Unit Production Manager    Sarah Bradshaw
Unit Production Manager    Simone Goodridge
First Assistant Director    K.C. Colwell
Second Assistant Director    Sallie Hard
Second Unit Director    Simon Crane
Associate Producer    Lynda Ellenshaw Thompson
Visual Effects Producer    Roma O'Connor
Additional Editor    Mark Goldblatt
Supervising Art Director    Frank Walsh
Senior Art Director    John Frankish
Senior Art Director    Steven Lawrence
Art Director    Luigi Marchione
Art Director    Andrew Ackland-Snow
Art Director    Tom Whitehead
Art Director    James Lewis
Set Decorator    Dominic Capon
Re-recording Mixer    Jon Taylor
Re-recording Mixer    Frank A. Montano
Supervising Sound Editor    Tobias Poppe
Sound Designer    Tobias Poppe
Supervising Sound Editor    Ethan Van der Ryn
Sound Designer    Erik Aadahl
First Assistant Editor    Carole Kenneally
Second Assistant Editor    Jennifer Calbi
Sound Mixer    Chris Munro
Special Effects Supervisor    Dominic Tuohy
Special Effects Coordinator    Jessica Lewington
Costume Supervisor    Andrew Hunt
Hairstylist    Giuliano Mariano
Special Make-up Effects    David White
Script Supervisor    Jo Beckett
Senior Location Manager    Bill Darby
Location Manager    Teresa Darby
Location Manager    Jacob McIntyre
Location Manager    Duncan Flower
Additional Casting-Casting Associate    Nanw Rowlands
Additional Casting-Casting Assistant    Emma Crompton
Supervising Dialogue Editor/ADR Editor    David Butler
Sound Effects Editor    Chris Diebold
Sound Effects Editor    Justin Davey
Dialogue Editor    John C. Stuver
Foley Mixer    Richard Duarte
Foley Mixer    Jack Cucci
Foley Mixer    Black Collins
Supervising Music Editor    Jim Weidman
Music Editor    David Olson
Score Recorded and Mixed by    Shawn Murphy
Stunt Coordinator    Ben Cooke
Music Editor    Jeanette Surga
Second Unit Director of Photography    Igor Meglic

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Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2016/04/15 1 $1,626,592   162 $10,041   $1,626,592 1
2016/04/22 1 $797,936 -51% 162 $4,926   $2,856,585 2
2016/04/29 1 $137,010 -83% 81 $1,691   $3,100,455 3
2016/05/06 1 $8,606 -94% 1 $8,606   $3,136,397 4
2016/05/13 3 $1,515 -82% 1 $1,515   $3,137,922 5

Box Office Summary Per Territory

Territory Release
Box Office
Argentina 4/21/2016 $500,507 148 148 305 $1,056,329 5/24/2016
Australia 4/8/2016 $2,059,577 417 417 1201 $5,140,791 6/9/2016
Austria 4/7/2016 $275,347 65 66 281 $680,962 6/14/2016
Belgium 4/20/2016 $327,788 132 132 568 $1,218,871 7/19/2016
Brazil 4/21/2016 $3,179,846 1285 1285 2735 $6,778,158 6/21/2016
Bulgaria 4/22/2016 $86,477 0 0 0 $324,070 6/15/2016
Cambodia 4/13/2016 $42,110 36 36 36 $70,150 4/19/2016
Chile 4/21/2016 $226,713 59 59 123 $391,754 6/14/2016
China 4/21/2016 $10,580,000 42855 42855 46222 $16,240,000 6/8/2016
Colombia 4/21/2016 $541,204 172 172 466 $1,274,123 5/24/2016
Croatia 4/21/2016 $33,409 28 28 78 $91,790 6/7/2016
Czech Republic 4/21/2016 $109,907 111 111 243 $257,190 5/31/2016
Denmark 4/7/2016 $147,627 62 62 203 $394,219 6/9/2016
Finland 4/22/2016 $119,973 140 140 355 $336,703 6/14/2016
France 4/20/2016 $2,561,140 508 508 1886 $6,642,959 6/21/2016
Germany 4/7/2016 $1,632,117 595 609 2556 $4,780,234 6/14/2016
Greece 4/28/2016 $0 0 27 71 $359,503 6/8/2016
Hong Kong 4/7/2016 $660,898 44 44 135 $1,514,314 6/9/2016
Hungary 4/21/2016 $121,435 47 47 187 $357,147 6/21/2016
Israel 4/21/2016 $129,617 22 23 112 $505,164 6/14/2016
Italy 4/6/2016 $1,542,207 569 569 1246 $4,088,687 6/9/2016
Japan 5/27/2016 $1,365,097 587 590 2638 $4,564,468 7/5/2016
Lithuania 4/16/2016 $149 1 78 115 $41,247 6/9/2016
Malaysia 4/14/2016 $1,588,422 126 126 513 $3,458,725 6/8/2016
Mexico 4/8/2016 $2,778,203 717 717 2735 $7,684,857 6/9/2016
Netherlands 4/7/2016 $553,419 113 113 614 $1,896,771 6/14/2016
New Zealand 4/8/2016 $251,340 90 90 301 $651,336 6/9/2016
North America 4/22/2016 $19,445,035 3791 3802 14940 $48,003,015 1/18/2017
Norway 4/8/2016 $169,982 118 118 277 $409,867 6/9/2016
Panama 5/6/2016 $530,847 14 14 48 $1,063,602 6/14/2016
Peru 4/21/2016 $601,142 89 89 220 $1,409,319 5/24/2016
Philippines 4/13/2016 $1,626,592 162 162 407 $3,137,922 5/17/2016
Poland 4/8/2016 $288,368 117 163 539 $964,253 5/31/2016
Portugal 4/21/2016 $194,784 60 68 310 $745,618 6/22/2016
Russia (CIS) 4/14/2016 $1,986,481 1206 1206 3618 $3,771,779 5/24/2016
Singapore 4/14/2016 $904,106 67 67 183 $1,795,843 6/8/2016
Slovakia 4/21/2016 $58,675 58 58 129 $110,311 6/9/2016
Slovenia 4/21/2016 $10,325 9 9 36 $43,619 6/9/2016
South Africa 4/22/2016 $218,746 129 132 487 $782,637 6/8/2016
South Korea 4/13/2016 $1,227,727 557 557 1004 $3,094,275 6/9/2016
Spain 4/8/2016 $1,318,810 322 322 1458 $3,646,091 8/23/2016
Sweden 4/8/2016 $368,929 146 146 418 $865,363 6/9/2016
Switzerland 4/7/2016 $187,483 59 61 258 $757,437 6/9/2016
Taiwan 4/8/2016 $865,358 124 124 408 $2,280,143 6/9/2016
Thailand 4/6/2016 $1,212,685 133 133 347 $2,277,542 6/9/2016
Turkey 4/22/2016 $324,232 348 348 1169 $1,207,124 6/10/2016
United Kingdom 4/8/2016 $4,277,803 524 524 1903 $7,664,269 6/9/2016
Venezuela 4/22/2016 $0 0 55 162 $365,781 6/9/2016
Rest of World $9,952,970
Worldwide Total$165,149,302 1/18/2017

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