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Sweden Box Office for Kung Fu Panda 3 (2016)

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Theatrical Performance (US$)
Sweden Box Office $2,110,178Details
Worldwide Box Office $518,614,383Details
Home Market Performance
North America DVD Sales $12,857,689 Details
North America Blu-ray Sales $13,542,308 Details
Total North America Video Sales $26,399,997
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When Po’s long-lost panda father suddenly reappears, the reunited duo travels to a secret panda paradise to meet scores of new panda characters. But when the supernatural villain Kai begins to sweep across China defeating all the kung fu masters, Po must do the impossible—learn to train a village full of his fun-loving, clumsy brethren to become the ultimate band of Kung Fu Pandas!


Movie Details

Production Budget:$140,000,000
Sweden Releases: March 18th, 2016 (Wide)
Video Release: May 13th, 2016 by Dreamworks Animated Video
MPAA Rating: PG for martial arts action and some mild rude humor.
(Rating bulletin 2398 (Cert #50127), 11/4/2015)
Running Time: 94 minutes
Franchise: Kung Fu Panda
Keywords: Animal Lead, Talking Animals, Martial Arts, Martial Arts Master, Wuxia
Source:Original Screenplay
Production Method:Digital Animation
Creative Type:Kids Fiction
Production Companies: DreamWorks Animation, Oriental DreamWorks, China Film Co. LTD, Zhong Ming You Ying Film
Production Countries: United States

International Box Office: Batman v Superman Collapses to Just $85.1 million

April 7th, 2016

Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice

Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice remained in first place on the international chart, but it did so with just $85.1 million in 67 markets for totals of $421.4 million internationally and $681.8 million worldwide. The film fell 77% in China to just $12.86 million for a total of $85.68 million after two weeks of release. It might fizzle out before it gets to $100 million in that market. You have to assume the studio was looking forward to twice that figure there. It fell 68% in the U.K. to $6.97 million in 612 theaters over the weekend for a ten-day total of $41.59 million. On the other hand, it held on very well in Brazil down just 39% to $6.44 million on 893 screens over the weekend for a two-week total of $20.88 million. More...

International Box Office: BvS Tops International Chart with $254 million, but There are Signs of Weakness

March 31st, 2016

Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice

Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice destroyed the competition earning one of the best international opening weekends of all time at $254 million in 66 markets. Worldwide, the film made $420.01 million during its opening weekend, which was the fourth biggest opening weekend of all time. That's the good news. The bad news is the film's legs. Like its domestic run, the film started out amazingly, but saw its fortunes fall as the weekend went on. China is a good example of this. The film started out as well as expected, but by the end it pulled in $56.27 million during its four-day opening weekend. I read that the studio was expecting close to $80 million there. The film also dominated the chart in the U.K. with $21.85 million in 612 theaters. At first look, that's a large number; however, its barely more than Deadpool opened with earlier this year. The film also cracked $10 million in Mexico ($12.43 million) and in Brazil ($10.61 million), while it came close in Australia ($9.54 million). More...

International Box Office: Zootopia Remains Tops with International Haul of $64.8 million

March 23rd, 2016


Zootopia remained in first place with $64.8 million in 49 markets for totals of $389.9 million internationally and $590.8 million worldwide. The film's biggest opening was in Australia, where it earned first place with $3.08 million on 479 screens over the weekend for a total opening of $3.48 million including previews. It also topped the charts during its opening weekend in Brazil with $2.57 million on 774 screens. The film's biggest market overall was China, where it remained in first place with $37.24 million over the weekend for a three-week total of $172.79 million. This blows past Kung Fu Panda 3's record for an animated film and it will soon become the first such film to reach the $200 million mark in that market. More...

International Box Office: Zootopia Goes Global with $83.1 million

March 17th, 2016


Zootopia rose to first place with $83.1 million in 45 markets over the weekend for totals of $288.7 million internationally and $432.7 million worldwide. The film's biggest market was China, where it grew to $59.44 million over the weekend for a ten-day total of $112.83 million. It became only the second animated film to earn $100 million in China and should top Kung Fu Panda 3's record-breaking run of $151.74 million. The film opens in Brazil this weekend and the U.K. next weekend, so its run is far from over. More...

Thursday Night Previews: Zootopia Hopps to the Top - Update

March 4th, 2016


Judy Hopps and the rest of the cast of Zootopia got off to a great start earning $1.7 million during its Thursday previews. This doesn't sound like a lot compared to Deadpool, which earned more than $12 million just a few weeks ago. However, family films rarely do this well during previews. In fact, Kung Fu Panda 3 didn't even bother with previews. A good comparison is Home, which opened this month last year. That film earned $650,000 during its previews and its reviews were only mixed. As expected, Zootopia is no longer earning 100% positive reviews, but its Tomatometer Score is still a stunning 99% positive. This should help its word-of-mouth and a record-breaking run is still well within reach. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Deadpool Remains Immortal pulling in $31.12 million

February 29th, 2016


As anticipated, Deadpool easily won the weekend with $31.12 million. This was more than double its nearest competitor, Gods of Egypt, which earned $14.12 million. Unfortunately, those were the only two films that earned more than $10 million over the weekend. The overall box office was $112 million, which was 21% lower than last weekend. This was still 5.1% more than the same weekend last year, while 2016's year-to-date advantage crept up ever so slightly to 3.9% at $1.78 billion to $1.71 billion. Hopefully March can continue this pace. More...

Weekend Estimates: Deadpool Enjoys Third Weekend Win

February 28th, 2016


This is shaping up to be a triumphant weekend for 20th Century Fox. The studio will take three out of the top five spots at the box office this weekend, with Deadpool claiming a third straight win with $31.5 million, taking it to a huge (for the time of year) $285.6 million by close of business on Sunday. The studio’s Kung Fu Panda 3 will be down just 28% to $9 million in third place, for $128.5 million to date, and their new release Eddie the Eagle will land in fifth with a slightly disappointing, but not horrible, $6.3 million. Oh, and The Revenant is still in the top ten in its tenth weekend in release, and is the hot favorite to win Best Picture at the Oscars this evening (more on that in a moment).

All of which is a roundabout way of saying that Gods of Egypt had a horrible opening weekend… More...

Weekend Predictions: Gods of Egypt Eye Top Spot

February 26th, 2016

Gods of Egypt

There are three wide releases looking to overtake Deadpool at the box office. I seriously doubt any of them will be able to do so. In fact, all three combined might not top Deadpool over the weekend. Gods of Egypt is by far the biggest costing $140 million, but it likely won't earn 10% of that over the weekend. Triple 9 is a rather generic action film that bombed in its debut in the U.K., which doesn't bode well for its run here. Finally, Eddie the Eagle is a feel-good inspirational sports movie based on a real life story. Unfortunately, the sport in question is ski-jumping, which isn't popular enough to expect the movie will find an audience in theaters. This weekend last year, Focus was the top film, but Deadpool will likely beat it by $10 million over the weekend. It should be a relatively good week for 2016. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Deadpool Cruises to $56.47 million Win

February 23rd, 2016


Deadpool held onto first place with $56.47 million over the weekend, while the best new release, Risen, was well back in third place with $11.80 million. It's not surprising the overall box office fell this weekend when compared to the last weekend. The overall box office fell 41% to $142 million, which is barely more than what Deadpool alone earned last weekend. This was still 19% more than this weekend last year, when Fifty Shades of Grey fell 74%. 2016's year-to-date lead roughly doubled to 3.5% at $1.63 billion to $1.57 billion. More...

Weekend Estimates: Deadpool Continues to Dominate with $55 Million Weekend

February 21st, 2016


After a $132 million opening, Deadpool wasn’t under much threat at the top of the chart this weekend, so a fairly sharp 58% decline to $55 million this weekend still leaves it dominant in movie theaters. That softness might be a slight concern going forwards, but for now Fox is reveling in having a February hit that has already grossed close to $500 million worldwide (Sunday’s official estimate is $491.9 million), and having Kung Fu Panda 3 hold on to second place with $12.5 million in its fourth weekend for a domestic total of $117 million. That left the three new wide releases fighting for places lower down the chart, although their performance was by no means all doom and gloom. More...

Weekend Predictions: Deadpool Looks to Outrace the New Releases

February 19th, 2016


The box office doesn't look good this week, not when compared to last weekend. Last weekend Deadpool broke many records, from biggest February weekend, to more obscure records like biggest R-rated super hero movie. Worse still, there are three wide releases this weekend, but combined they still won't match Deadpool's sophomore stint. They won't even come close. Race and Risen should be in a close race for third place, while The Witch will likely just finish in the top five. This weekend last year, Fifty Shades of Grey remained in first place, despite dropping 74% to $22.26 million. Deadpool should crush that number. However, last year, there were also 6 movies that earned $10 million or more. This year, there might be only be two $10 million movies. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Deadpool Assassinates the Competition

February 17th, 2016


Most people thought Deadpool would be a big hit over the weekend. I didn't see a single prediction that said it would be this big. It earned $132.43 million over the three-day weekend, which is more than enough to cover its entire production budget and a healthy chunk of its advertising budget. ... Or at least its initial advertising budget. Needless to say, there is already a sequel in the works. How to be Single had a very solid opening, while Zoolander 2 will need to become a hit on the home market in order to break even. The overall box office rose 150% from last weekend to $239 million over three days. Wow. This weekend last year, Fifty Shades of Grey debuted. Deadpool made almost as much in the four days it was in theaters than Fifty Shades of Grey made in total. It goes without saying that 2016 won the year-over-year comparison. Its 11% difference is impressive. Year-to-date, 2016 has earned $1.44 billion, which is 1.9% more than 2015's running tally at the same stage. More...

Weekend Predictions: Deadpool Looking for Dead Presidents

February 11th, 2016


It's Valentine's Day weekend and Presidents Day long weekend, so the box office should be very robust, at least compared to last weekend. Deadpool has the best reviews and the best buzz and should have no trouble earning first place at the box office. Zoolander 2 is earning weak reviews, but nostalgia could help during its opening weekend. Finally there's How to be Single, which is a Romantic Comedy. Any romantic film should do well on Valentine's Day, even one earning mixed reviews. This weekend last year, Fifty Shades of Grey came out, which is a movie my mind keeps trying to forget happened. It earned just over $85 million during its opening weekend, but less than that during the rest of its run. Deadpool won't open as fast, but it very likely won't collapse next weekend either. 2016 will lose in the year-over-year comparison in the short run, but perhaps by Monday, the tide will turn. More...

International Box Office: Force Awakens Drops Out of Top Five, but Cracks $2 Billion Worldwide

February 10th, 2016

Star Wars: The Force Awakens

The Revenant returned to first place with $24.0 million in 67 markets over the weekend for totals of $176.4 million internationally and $325.9 million worldwide. By this time next week, the film will very likely be above $200 million internationally, while $400 million worldwide is within reach. More...

Theater Averages: I Knew Her does Relatively Well with $9,312

February 9th, 2016

I Knew Her Well

No films earned more than $10,000 on the theater average chart. I Knew Her Well came the closest with $9,312 in its lone theater. Kung Fu Panda 3 landed in second place with just $5,328, which shows you how bad the weekend was. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Broncos Biggest Winners, but Pandas still earn $21.24 million

February 8th, 2016

Hail, Caesar!

Super Bowl weekend was not a good weekend at the box office. The competition usually takes its toll at the box office, but this year it was particularly bad. Kung Fu Panda 3 led the way with just $21.24 million, while Hail, Caesar! was the only other film to earn more than $10 million. In fact, the weekend was so bad that Star Wars: The Force Awakens remained in third place during its eighth weekend of release. The overall box office took a massive hit, down 31% to just $95 million. This was 37% lower than the same weekend last year, but miraculously, 2016 maintained its lead over 2015, by the tiniest of margins, $1.34 billion to $1.33 billion. With a difference of 0.5% or $6 million, the lead will likely disappear during the week, but 2016 should get it back when Deadpool debuts this Friday. More...

Weekend Estimates: Panda holds off Caesar on Super Bowl weekend

February 7th, 2016

Kung Fu Panda 3

Super Bowl weekend isn’t exactly known for super-sized box office results, and this year will prove to be no exception, with Kung Fu Panda 3 comfortably winning the weekend with $21 million, down 49% from its debut. Hail, Caesar! will land in second place with $11.4 million or so, which is a decent performance from 2,232 theaters, although quite a bit softer than The Ladykillers’ $12.6 million first outing from 1,583 theaters back in 2004, and well behind the kind of numbers posted by True Grit. More...

Friday Estimates: Panda Buries Caesar

February 6th, 2016

Kung Fu Panda 3

Kung Fu Panda 3 will easily win the race for top spot at the weekend box office. Not only did it earn first place on Friday with $5.2 million, but of all of the wide releases, it will be among the least affected by Super Bowl Sunday. Unfortunately, this is still a little lower than predicted and it will likely only earn just over $20 million over the weekend. Its worldwide total is closing in on its production budget and it has barely started its international run, so there’s plenty of reason for DreamWorks to be happy, and there’s justification for another installment in the franchise. More...

Weekend Predictions: Hail, Holdovers!

February 4th, 2016

Hail, Caesar!

It's a new month and there are three wide releases trying to score and get February off to a fast start. That's probably not going to happen. Not only do the wide releases have to deal with Kung Fu Panda 3, but it is also Super Bowl Weekend with the Carolina Idontknows Playing the Dever Somethingabouthorses. ... Once the Seattle Seahawks were eliminated, I completely stopped caring about the NFL. The best new release of the week is Hail, Caesar!, which is the only film with a real shot at becoming a midlevel hit. Pride and Prejudice and Zombies started out with mixed reviews, but that might not be a dealbreaker for its target audience. Finally there's The Choice. There are still not enough reviews for a Tomatometer Score and the buzz appears to be getting worse. The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water led the way this weekend last year, with more than all three new releases will earn this year. More...

International Box Office: Panda Tops Chinese Box Office earning $75.7 million Internationally

February 4th, 2016

Kung Fu Panda 3

Kung Fu Panda 3 opened in first place on the international chart with $75.7 million in six markets over the weekend. This includes a first place, $50.77 million over the weekend in China for a total opening of $57.47 million. The film also earned first place in South Korea with $9.14 million on 1,364 screens over the weekend for a total opening of $10.54 million. Its other major market opening was in Russia, where it topped the chart with $4.71 million on 1,190 screens. The film will clearly do better internationally than it will domestically. It is too soon to tell how well it will do worldwide when compared to the other films in the franchise. More...

Contest: Kung Fu Dino: Winning Announcement

February 3rd, 2016

Kung-Fu Panda 3

The winners of our Kung Fu Dino contest were determined and the entrants with the closest predictions for Kung Fu Panda 3 opening weekend were... More...

Theater Averages: Panda Eats the Competition with an average of $10,438

February 3rd, 2016

Kung Fu Panda

There was only one film in the $10,000 this week, Kung Fu Panda 3, which earned an average of $10,438. The best limited release was Rabin The Last Day, which opened with $7,940 in one theater. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Kung Fu Wins with $41.28 million lifting Box Office Along the Way

February 2nd, 2016

Kung Fu Panda 3

Kung Fu Panda 3 led the way during the weekend with $41.28 million over the weekend. This was below admittedly optimistic predictions, but still great for this time of year. The rest of the new releases were not as strong and it is likely all three will lose money in the end. Fortunately, Kung Fu Panda 3 was strong enough to help the overall box office grow. The overall box office rose 22% to $139 million. More impressively, and more importantly, the box office was 38% higher than the same weekend last year. Year-to-date, 2016 has pulled in $1.01 billion, reaching the $1 billion mark faster than last year. It wasn't the fastest year to get there, as 2010 holds that record thanks to Avatar. 2016 has regained the lead over 2015 at 1.9% or $19 million. Obviously the usually caveats apply here: It is far too early and that lead is far too small to be of real significance. That said, it is always better to be ahead than to be behind, no matter how small that lead it. More...

Weekend estimates: Kung Fu Panda posts solid $41 million

January 31st, 2016

Kung Fu Panda 3

Kung Fu Panda 3 is making a solid start domestically this weekend with Fox projecting a $41 million debut. That’s the weakest start for any film in the franchise, behind the $47.7 million opening of Kung Fu Panda 2, and Kung Fu Panda’s $60.2 million back in 2008. The downward trend is in large part explained by the January release of the third movie, compared to June and May for the previous two. In fact, it still technically has a shot at having the best first weekend for a film in January, a record currently held by Ride Along with $41.5 million, although American Sniper really has bragging rights, with $89.3 million when it expanded wide last year. More importantly, Kung Fu Panda 3 opened with an estimated $57 million in China, a record for an animated film in the territory, and $75 million internationally. More...

Weekend Predictions: Kung Fu vs. Sniper

January 28th, 2016

Kung Fu Panda 3

There are three, three and a half, wide releases coming out this week. (I've seen reports that Jane Got a Gun is opening in 600 to 1,200 theaters. Even the high end will likely keep it out of the top ten.) Of the three truly wide releases, only Kung Fu Panda 3 is expected to be a significant hit. In fact, it will likely earn more than the rest of the top five combined. On the other hand, The Finest Hours will likely bomb compared to its $85 million production budget, while Fifty Shades of Black will be a financial hit only because its production budget is very low. This means for Kung Fu Panda 3 the only real competition is from last year, when American Sniper earned $30.66 million. Kung Fu Panda 3 should top that by about $20 million. Additionally, no other film earned more than $10 million last year, while this year there could be five films in the top five reaching that mark. 2016 should bounce back in the year-over-year comparison after two soft weeks. More...

Contest: Do the Wave: Winning Announcement

January 27th, 2016

The 5th Wave

The winners of our Do the Wave contest were determined and the entrants with the closest predictions for The 5th Wave opening weekend were... More...

Contest: Kung Fu Dino

January 22nd, 2016

Kung-Fu Panda 3

There are four wide releases debuting next week, but only Kung-Fu Panda 3 is expected to do very well at the box office. It could make more than the other three films combined make. Because of this, 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 weekend box office number for Kung-Fu Panda 3.

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 Land Before Time: Journey of the Brave on DVD. (It is a Walmart Exclusive.) 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 single-disc kids shows. 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 single-disc kids shows. Entries must be received by 10 a.m., Pacific Time on Friday to be eligible, so don't delay! More...

2016 Preview: January

January 1st, 2016

Kung Fu Panda 3

2016 will begin the same way 2015 ended, with Star Wars: The Force Awakens on top. In fact, three of the five films that have the best shot at box office success in January are The Force Awakens, The Hateful Eight, and The Revenant, all of which opened in December. There are two true January releases that could also do really well, for this time of year: Ride Along 2 and Kung Fu Panda 3. The rest of the releases are just hoping to become midlevel hits. Last January, American Sniper dominated earning more than $300 million. Its success could prevent 2016 from being ahead in the year-over-year comparison by the end of the month, but this year does have better depth. 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
2016/03/18 1 $734,400   238 $3,086   $734,400 1
2016/04/08 4 $119,330   109 $1,095   $2,110,178 4

Box Office Summary Per Territory

Territory Release
Box Office
Argentina 3/17/2016 $1,201,450 199 199 734 $3,932,177 4/19/2016
Australia 3/25/2016 $1,928,590 458 458 2636 $9,625,431 6/20/2016
Austria 3/18/2016 $276,828 135 135 606 $1,220,923 6/9/2016
Bahrain 3/17/2016 $113,511 9 9 40 $435,416 4/19/2016
Belgium 3/23/2016 $0 0 126 363 $1,732,240 6/9/2016
Bolivia 3/10/2016 $153,136 29 29 120 $635,833 4/19/2016
Brazil 3/3/2016 $2,524,275 904 904 3087 $6,607,390 6/9/2016
Bulgaria 3/18/2016 $132,805 66 66 288 $470,959 7/6/2016
Cambodia 3/17/2016 $0 0 15 23 $88,488 4/12/2016
Central America 3/10/2016 $1,015,004 279 279 749 $3,560,216 4/19/2016
Chile 3/10/2016 $0 0 63 227 $2,523,491 4/19/2016
China 1/23/2016 $6,450,000 0 42411 69060 $154,500,000 6/9/2016
Colombia 3/10/2016 $839,714 415 415 966 $3,244,709 4/19/2016
Croatia 3/17/2016 $114,630 64 64 191 $351,400 4/19/2016
Czech Republic 3/17/2016 $48,352 29 137 619 $855,121 7/6/2016
Denmark 3/17/2016 $0 0 138 138 $2,883,089 6/9/2016
East Africa 3/18/2016 $0 0 1 1 $10,544 3/29/2016
Ecuador 3/18/2016 $0 0 88 235 $1,623,556 4/19/2016
Estonia 3/18/2016 $70,302 16 16 25 $227,230 6/9/2016
Finland 3/18/2016 $242,472 195 195 532 $1,086,390 6/9/2016
France 3/30/2016 $4,618,169 671 671 2013 $13,474,142 6/9/2016
Germany 3/17/2016 $1,597,047 1073 1073 3987 $5,930,915 6/9/2016
Greece 3/17/2016 $243,752 112 112 335 $873,002 6/9/2016
Hong Kong 3/17/2016 $1,033,878 69 69 214 $3,531,619 6/9/2016
Hungary 3/10/2016 $51,916 44 60 404 $682,169 4/27/2016
Iceland 3/18/2016 $32,018 19 19 19 $32,018 3/22/2016
Indonesia 3/8/2016 $0 0 255 402 $5,324,754 4/12/2016
Iraq 3/17/2016 $17,313 5 5 18 $56,521 4/19/2016
Israel 3/17/2016 $250,091 79 79 304 $1,273,945 4/19/2016
Italy 3/11/2016 $985,183 0 640 2090 $9,196,194 6/9/2016
Kuwait 3/17/2016 $265,102 19 19 62 $952,657 4/19/2016
Lebanon 3/17/2016 $71,921 16 16 64 $292,667 4/19/2016
Lithuania 3/18/2016 $84,689 219 504 1413 $346,570 8/22/2017
Malaysia 3/10/2016 $1,320,458 296 296 744 $3,548,516 6/9/2016
Mexico 3/11/2016 $6,846,530 0 2468 2468 $15,878,098 6/9/2016
Netherlands 4/14/2016 $435,564 294 294 2137 $3,022,698 7/13/2016
New Zealand 3/25/2016 $360,372 86 90 590 $1,466,166 6/13/2016
North America 1/29/2016 $41,282,042 3955 3987 26899 $143,528,619
Norway 3/18/2016 $0 0 230 563 $1,813,615 6/9/2016
Oman 3/17/2016 $107,762 15 15 54 $288,996 4/19/2016
Peru 3/10/2016 $1,032,612 283 283 530 $3,017,302 4/12/2016
Poland 4/1/2016 $0 0 0 0 $2,756,669 6/2/2018
Portugal 3/17/2016 $341,684 93 93 475 $1,411,259 12/8/2016
Qatar 3/17/2016 $169,431 3 9 33 $514,763 4/19/2016
Russia (CIS) 1/28/2016 $4,710,933 1190 1190 4756 $11,909,149 3/3/2016
Serbia and Montenegro 3/17/2016 $42,336 33 33 116 $162,781 4/19/2016
Singapore 3/10/2016 $1,244,744 138 138 334 $3,759,394 6/9/2016
Slovakia 3/11/2016 $31,744 23 72 343 $444,532 6/9/2016
Slovenia 3/17/2016 $67,156 30 30 128 $358,908 6/9/2016
South Africa 3/18/2016 $0 0 109 187 $1,246,108 6/9/2016
South Korea 1/28/2016 $9,157,375 1364 1364 3665 $25,970,164 6/9/2016
Spain 3/11/2016 $1,605,985 795 795 2766 $6,757,097 7/29/2016
Sweden 3/18/2016 $734,400 238 238 347 $2,110,178 6/9/2016
Taiwan 4/1/2016 $553,258 63 74 197 $1,654,097 6/9/2016
Thailand 3/10/2016 $522,347 194 194 455 $1,257,143 6/9/2016
Turkey 3/18/2016 $265,715 273 282 1228 $1,415,469 6/18/2018
Ukraine 1/28/2016 $423,609 279 279 896 $1,086,783 4/19/2016
United Arab Emirates 3/17/2016 $1,156,966 89 89 297 $3,276,609 4/19/2016
United Kingdom 3/11/2016 $6,882,763 583 590 4364 $20,318,078 6/9/2016
Uruguay 3/10/2016 $53,648 24 24 109 $368,339 4/19/2016
Venezuela 3/18/2016 $71,722 44 83 285 $712,073 6/9/2016
Rest of World $20,979,004
Worldwide Total$518,614,383 6/18/2018

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Leading Cast


Supporting Cast

Bryan Cranston    Li
Dustin Hoffman    Shifu
Angelina Jolie Pitt    Tigress
J.K. Simmons    Kai
Jackie Chan    Monkey
Seth Rogen    Mantis
Lucy Alexis Liu    Viper
David Cross    Crane
Kate Hudson    Mei Mei
James Hong    Mr. Ping/Mr. Pink
Randall Duk Kim    Mr. Ping/Oogway
Al Roker    Sum
Barbara Dirickson    Grandma Panda
Willie Geist    Dim
Fred Tatasciore    Master Bear
Mike Mitchell    Male Palace Goose/Smart Panda Villager
Kelly Cooney    Female Palace Goose
Stephen Kearin    Master Chicken
Mick Wingert    Farmer Goose/Farmer Rabbit
April Hong    Mrs. Chow
Jean-Claude Van Damme    Master Croc
Joseph Izzo    Dumpling Record Pig
Wayne Knight    Big Fun/Hom-Lee
Steele Gagnon    Bao
Liam Knight    Lei Lei
Pax Jolie Pitt    Yoo
Ming Tsai    Ming
Knox Jolie Pitt    Ku Ku
Zahara Jolie Pitt    Meng Meng
Shiloh Jolie Pitt    Shuai Shuai
Radzi Chinyanganya    Mi
Lindsey Russell    Peony
Samuel Black    Rabbit Villager
Lena Golia    Cheering Bunny
Gus Culligan    Panda Villager Kid

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

Production and Technical Credits

Melissa Cobb    Producer
Jonathan Aibel    Screenwriter
Glenn Berger    Screenwriter
Guillermo del Toro    Executive Producer
Mike Mitchell    Executive Producer
La Peikang    Executive Producer
Li Ruigang    Executive Producer
Glenn Berger    Co-Producer
Jonathan Aibel    Co-Producer
Jeff Hermann    Co-Producer
Hans Zimmer    Composer
Clare Knight    Editor
Raymond Zibach    Production Designer
Ethan Van der Ryn    Supervising Sound Editor
Erik Aadahl    Supervising Sound Editor
Ethan Van der Ryn    Sound Designer
Erik Aadahl    Sound Designer
Mark Edwards    Visual Effects Supervisor
Dan Wagner    Head of Character Animation
Philip Craven    Head of Story
Damon O’Beirne    Head of Layout
Max Boas    Art Director
Nico Marlet    Character Designer
Daniela Mazzucato    Production Manager
Ludovic Bouancheau    Animation Supervisor
Rodolphe Guenoden    Animation Supervisor
Willy Harber    Animation Supervisor
Philippe Le Brun    Animation Supervisor
Jason Reisig    Animation Supervisor
William Salazar    Animation Supervisor
Alexis Wanneroy    Animation Supervisor
Nathan Fok    Character Effects Supervisor
Michelle Jurado Staphylas    Production Manager
Paul Massey    Re-recording Mixer
D.M. Hemphill    Re-recording Mixer
Leslee Feldman    Casting Director
Christi Soper Hilt*    Casting Director
Rodolphe Guenoden    Choreography-Kung Fu Choreography
Allison Bernardi Stauth    Post-Production Supervisor
Josh Wood    Post-Production Supervisor
Larry Kemp    Dialogue Editor
James Beshears    Post-Production Executive
P.K. Hooker    Sound Effects Editor
James Ashwill    Foley Mixer
Tim Gomillion    Recordist
Lorne Balfe    Score Producer
Paul Mounsey    Additional Music
Adam Smalley    Music Editor
Geoff Foster    Score Recordist
Chris Barrett    Score Recordist
Alan Meyerson    Score Mixer

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