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The Lego Batman Movie (2017)

The Lego Batman Movie
Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $175,750,384Details
International Box Office $135,190,613Details
Worldwide Box Office $310,940,997
Home Market Performance
Est. Domestic DVD Sales $11,728,614 Details
Est. Domestic Blu-ray Sales $25,577,797 Details
Total Est. Domestic Video Sales $37,306,411
Further financial details...

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  2. News
  3. Box Office
  4. International
  5. Video Sales
  6. Full Financials
  7. Cast & Crew
  8. Trailer

Synopsis

There are big changes brewing in Gotham, and if he wants to save the city from The Joker’s hostile takeover, Batman may have to drop the lone vigilante thing, try to work with others and maybe, just maybe, learn to lighten up.

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Movie Details

Production Budget:$80,000,000
Domestic Releases: February 10th, 2017 (Wide) by Warner Bros.
International Releases: February 2nd, 2017 (Wide) (South Korea)
February 3rd, 2017 (Wide) (Czech Republic)
February 3rd, 2017 (Wide), released as Lego Betmenas. Filmas (Lithuania)
February 9th, 2017 (Wide) (Netherlands)
February 10th, 2017 (Wide) (Argentina)
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Video Release: May 19th, 2017 by Warner Home Video
MPAA Rating: PG for rude humor and some action.
(Rating bulletin 2455 (Cert #50819), 12/14/2016)
Running Time: 106 minutes
Franchise: Lego
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Keywords: D.C. Comics, Vigilante, Adopted Family, Living Toys, Gratuitous Cameos
Source:Based on Toy
Genre:Adventure
Production Method:Digital Animation
Creative Type:Kids Fiction
Production Companies: Warner Bros., Lego Systems A/S , Lin Pictures, Lord Miller, Vertigo Entertainment
Production Countries: United States

Ranking on other Records and Milestones

RecordRankAmountChart
Date
Days In
Release
Fastest to $150m 193 $150,100,183 Mar 3, 2017 26
Fastest to $100m 201 $107,310,445 Feb 17, 2017 11
Washington's Birthday (All Movies, 3-Day) 12 $32,655,114 Feb 17, 2017 10
Washington's Birthday (All Movies, 3-Day, Inflation Adjusted) 22 $32,876,755 Feb 17, 2017 10
Washington's Birthday (All Movies, 4-Day, Fri-Mon) 9 $42,744,131 Feb 17, 2017 10
Washington's Birthday (All Movies, 4-Day, Fri-Mon, Inflation Adjusted) 18 $43,034,250 Feb 17, 2017 10
Biggest Domestic February Weekend 9 $53,003,468 Feb 10, 2017 3
Top Based on Toy Weekend Domestic 3 $53,003,468 Feb 10, 2017 3
Top Digital Animation Weekend Domestic 39 $53,003,468 Feb 10, 2017 3
Top Kids Fiction Weekend Domestic 39 $53,003,468 Feb 10, 2017 3
Top PG Weekend Domestic 54 $53,003,468 Feb 10, 2017 3
Top Warner Bros. Weekend Domestic 47 $53,003,468 Feb 10, 2017 3
Fastest to $50m 187 $53,003,468 Feb 10, 2017 3
Top 2017 Theater Average 97 $12,966 Feb 10, 2017 3
Widest Opening Weekend 62 4,088 Feb 10, 2017 3
Top Based on Toy Day Domestic 2 $23,000,124 Feb 11, 2017 2
Top Digital Animation Day Domestic 61 $23,000,124 Feb 11, 2017 2
Top Kids Fiction Day Domestic 57 $23,000,124 Feb 11, 2017 2
Top PG Day Domestic 89 $23,000,124 Feb 11, 2017 2
Top Warner Bros. Day Domestic 89 $23,000,124 Feb 11, 2017 2
Biggest Domestic February Day 14 $23,000,124 Feb 11, 2017 2

Cast

   Batman/Bruce Wayne
Zach Galifianakis    Joker
Michael Cera    Robin/Dick Grayson
Rosario Dawson    Batgirl/Barbara Gordon
Ralph Fiennes    Alfred Pennyworth
Jenny Slate    Harley Quinn
Zoë Kravitz    Catwoman
Riki Lindhome    Poison Ivy
Conan O'Brien    The Riddler
Jason Mantzoukas    Scarecrow
Doug Benson    Bane
Billy Dee Williams    Two-Face
Kate Micucci    Clayface
Eddie Izzard    Voldemort
Seth Green    King Kong
Jemaine Clement    Sauron
Ellie Kemper    Phyllis
Channing Tatum    Superman
Jonah Hill    Green Lantern
Adam DeVine    The Flash
Hector Elizondo    Jim Gordon
Mariah Carey    Mayor McCaskill
Lauren White    Chief O’Hara/Additional Voice
David Burrows    Anchorman Phil/Additional Voice
Laura Kightlinger    Reporter Pippa/Additional Voice
Brent Musburger    Reporter #1
Ralph Garman    Reporter #2
Chris Hardwick    Reporter #3
Todd Hansen    Captain Dale/Additional Voice
Chris McKay    Pilot Bill/Additional Voice
Abel Arnett    Additional Voice
Ryan Halprin    Additional Voice
Holly Isaacson    Additional Voice
Chris Paluszek    Additional Voice
Matt Town    Additional Voice
Matt Villa    Additional Voice
Archie Arnett    Additional Voice
Marco Campagno    Additional Voice
Doug Nicholas    Additional Voice
Wendell O. Stephens Jr.    Additional Voice
Bram Tulloch    Additional Voice
Charlie Bean    Additional Voice
Garret Elkins    Additional Voice
Alison Ingram    Additional Voice
Kelly Lafferty    Additional Voice
Samantha Nisenboim    Additional Voice
Vanara Taing    Additional Voice
John Venzon    Additional Voice

Production and Technical Credits

Director   
Producer    Roy Lee
Producer    Dan Lin
Producer    Phil Lord
Producer    Christopher Miller
Screenwriter    Seth Grahame-Smith
Screenwriter    Chris McKenna
Screenwriter    Erik Sommers
Screenwriter    Jared Stern
Screenwriter    John Whittington
Story by    Seth Grahame-Smith
Executive Producer    Jill Wilfert
Executive Producer    Matthew Ashton
Executive Producer    Steven Mnuchin
Executive Producer    Will Allegra
Executive Producer    Brad Lewis
Superman created and based on characters from DC Entertainment and Lego Construction Toys by    Jerry Siegel
Superman created and based on characters from DC Entertainment and Lego Construction Toys by    Joe Shuster
Batman created and based on characters from DC Entertainment and Lego Construction Toys by    Bob Kane
Batman created and based on characters from DC Entertainment and Lego Construction Toys by    Bill Finger
Production Designer    Grant Freckelton
Editor    David Burrows
Editor    Matt Villa
Editor    John Venzon
Composer    Lorne Balfe
Executive Producer    Zareh Nalbandian
Animation Supervisor    Rob Coleman
Head of Story    Trisha Gum
Co-Producer    Amber Naismith
Co-Producer    Ryan Halprin
Co-Producer    John Powers Middleton
Co-Producer    Jon Burton
Casting Director    Mary Hidalgo
Executive Producer    Benjamin Melniker
Executive Producer    Michael E. Uslan
Associate Producer    Samantha Nisenboim
Supervising Sound Editor    Wayne Pashley
Sound Designer    Wayne Pashley
Production Supervisor    Jackson Lewis
Character CG Supervisor    Damien Gray
Additional Editor    Jonathan Tappin
Additional Editor    Vanara Taing
Post-Production Supervisor    Matt Town
Associate Producer    Brian Lynch
Stereoscopic Supervisor    Fabian Muller
Production Manager    Sandra Beerenbrock
First Assistant Editor    Courtney Teixera
Additional Editor    Mark Warner
Assistant Editor    Courtney Lee Bowden
Assistant Editor    Mandy Eyley
Assistant Editor    Holly Isaacson
Assistant Editor    Shannon Longville
Assistant Editor    Fiona MacIntosh
Assistant Editor    Matt McMillan
Assistant Editor    Nicole Thorn
Supervising Dialogue Editor    Rick Lisle
Supervising Sound Effects Editor    Fabian Sanjurjo
Dialogue Editor    Sonal Joshi
Dialogue Editor    Derryn Pasquill
Sound Effects Editor    Andrew Miller
Sound Effects Editor    Mario Gabrielli
Sound Effects Editor    Jared Dwyer
Sound Effects Editor    Emma Mitchell
Sound Effects Editor    Nigel Christensen
Re-recording Mixer    Michael Semanick
Re-recording Mixer    Gregg Landaker
Music Editor    Will Kaplan
Score Producer    Lorne Balfe
Score Producer    Thomas Farnon
Score Producer    Max Aruj
Score Producer    Stephen Lipson
Art Director    Michael Fuller

2017 - Awards Season: Golden Globes - Nominations

December 11th, 2017

The Shape of Water

The Golden Globes nominations are the second major Awards Season set to come out. Sort of. (WGA announced the nominations for TV, radio, etc., but not their theatrical nods.) It is still very early in the year, so it is hard to say if there are any real snubs, or if there are any real favorites. The Shape of Water led the way with seven nominations, while The Post and Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri were right behind with six a piece. More...

Home Market Releases for June 13th, 2017

June 12th, 2017

John Wick: Chapter Two

It’s a good week, but a shallow weak. The biggest release of the week is The Lego Batman Movie, which is also one of the best. There are a couple of other big releases that are must haves, like Dark Matter: Season Two, but the size and quality quickly drop-off after that. As for the Pick of the Week, the John Wick: Chapter Two Blu-ray Combo Pack claims that title. More...

Home Market Releases for May 16th, 2017

May 16th, 2017

Logan

It is another terrible week on the home market. There are three first-run releases coming out this week, which isn’t a bad number. However, all three earned terrible reviews and bombed in theaters, so you should avoid all of them. There’s not a lot of limited releases, classics, or TV on DVD releases to make up the gap, so for the second week in a row, we have a Video on Demand release topping the list of best new releases. This week it is Logan, which is one of the best wide releases of the year. I would wait for the Blu-ray, on the other hand. More...

Thursday Night Previews: Ghost Haunts Previews with $1.8 million

March 31st, 2017

Ghost in the Shell

Ghost in the Shell led the way on Thursday night with $1.8 million in advance earnings. This was better than the $1.2 million The Boss Baby managed, and on par with what Get Out’s $1.8 million earlier this year. However, Get Out had legs that most movies would kill for, so it is not a good predictor. John Wick: Chapter Two, which started out with $2.2 million on Thursday night, is arguably a much better comparison. Granted, John Wick earned much better reviews, but it was also a sequel and those tend to be a lot more front-loaded. Using this film as a guide gives Ghost in the Shell a $25 million opening weekend, which is well below our prediction. This isn’t a disaster, but it is a weak start for a film that cost $110 million to make. More...

Weekend Predictions: Will New Releases be the Boss of the Beast?

March 30th, 2017

The Boss Baby

Two new wide releases attempt to dethrone Beauty and the Beast this weekend, but I wouldn’t bet on either of them doing it. Earlier this week, it looked like Ghost in the Shell was a potential $100 million hit. Then its reviews collapsed. The Boss Baby, on the other hand, started with terrible reviews, but its buzz is growing despite this. This weekend last year, the best new release was God’s Not Dead 2, which opened with $7.6 million, and 2017 is in an excellent position to gain ground as a result. Granted, the top film that weekend was Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice with over $50 million and no film this week will match that, but the top three films last year earned just over $80 million, while the top three films this year should earn more than $100 million. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Kong Climbs to the Top of the Box Office with $61.03 million

March 14th, 2017

Kong: Skull Island

Kong: Skull Island dominated the box office earning $61.03 million over the weekend. This is much better than predicted and this if reports are true, this is because it was a huge hit with families. Skull Island’s success hurt Logan, which fell to second place with $38.11 million over the weekend. Overall, the box office fell 13% from last weekend, but that’s still 22% more than the same weekend last year. Year-to-date is even more impressive. Back-to-back wins for 2017 has cut 2016’s lead to 0.8% at just $17 million. If Beauty and the Beast does as well as some expect it to do, 2017 could take the lead by the end of this coming weekend. More...

Weekend Predictions: Will Kong be King of the Box Office?

March 9th, 2017

Kong: Skull Island

There’s only one new release this week, Kong: Skull Island, which should earn first place on the box office chart. Probably. Logan isn’t too far back as far as box office tracking and might repeat in first place. In order to do this, Logan would either have to hold on a lot better than most comic book movies do and / or Kong would have to miss expectations. This weekend last year, there were four wide releases; however, they only managed a little more than $35 million combined. Kong: Skull Island should top that with ease and that’s good news for 2017. Unfortunately, Zootopia earned more than $50 million and that will likely be out of reach for Kong, so 2017 will need to rely on its depth to win in the year-over-year competition. I’m optimistic that will happen. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Logan’s $88.41 million Start Suggests Long Legs

March 7th, 2017

Logan

The weekend belonged to Logan, as it opened with $88.41 million and easily earned first place. Second place went to Get Out, which held on far better than anticipated, while The Shack is on pace to become a midlevel hit. There was almost nothing but good news. Almost. Overall, the box office rose 53% from last weekend, earning $189 million. More importantly, the it was 16% higher than the same weekend last year. Year-to-date, 2017 is still behind 2016; however, that gap was nearly cut in half from its peak just a couple of weeks ago. 2017 is now behind by 2.7% at $1.92 billion to $1.97 billion. If 2017 can put together a few more weeks like this, then it could climb into the lead before April begins. That is a big “if” and I would be satisfied with cutting the gap in half by the end of the month. More...

Weekend Predictions: Logan is set to Skewer the Competition

March 2nd, 2017

Logan

The first weekend of March has three wide releases, but the one everyone is talking about is Logan. It should become the biggest hit of the year so far. The other two releases are The Shack, a faith-based film, and Before I Fall, which is essentially Groundhog Day set in high school. Neither film is expected to compete for top spot. In fact, it would be a surprise if both landed in the top five. As far as holdovers are concerned, only Get Out has a shot at $20 million, while only The Lego Batman Movie will earn more than $10 million. This weekend last year, Zootopia led the way with just over $75 million, while the other two new releases earned less than $30 million combined. 2017 will be bigger on top, won’t have as strong new releases overall, but should have about the same depth. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Get Out has Out of Control Opening with $33.38 million

February 28th, 2017

Get Out

Get Out beat expectations on the weekend box office chart earning first place with $33.38 million. Not only did it beat expectations, but it also had better than expected legs over the weekend and that bodes well for its long term success. Neither of the other two wide releases, Collide and Rock Dog, earned a spot in the top ten. Both will disappear from theaters A.S.A.P. Overall, the box office fell 17% from last weekend to $123 million. It is, however, 9.9% higher than the same weekend last year. Meanwhile, 2017 remains $100 million behind last year’s pace at $1.69 billion to $1.79 billion. 2017 made gains over the weekend, but The Lego Batman Movie was the number one movie during the midweek and having a kids movie on top hurts the weekday box office numbers. More...

Weekend Predictions: Will Moviegoers Get Out to the Theater This Weekend?

February 23rd, 2017

Get Out

There are three films opening wide this weekend, which is a surprise. The buzz for Collide and Rock Dog are so quiet that I’m surprised they are playing in more than 2,000 theaters and I will be equally surprised if they open above the Mendoza Line by averaging more than $2,000 per theater. On the other hand, Get Out has nearly 100 reviews and its Tomatometer Score is 100% positive. It could be a surprise smash hit. Then again... It could be another Keanu. If that happens, The Lego Batman Movie will earn its third first-place finish in a row. That’s would be bad news for the overall box office. This weekend last year there were a similar selection of new releases. Gods of Egypt struggled while the other two new releases bombed, and only Deadpool saved the box office. If Get Out matches Deadpool’s total weekend of $31 million this time last year, I will be so happy. I don’t think it will happen, but it could be close. More...

International Box Office: Grey Enters the Black with $276.2 million Worldwide

February 23rd, 2017

Fifty Shades Darker

Fifty Shades Darker remained in first place on the international chart with $44.5 million on 9,600 screens in 59 markets for totals of $187.2 million internationally and $276.2 million worldwide. The film had no major openings this past weekend, and won’t until it opens in Japan in June. The film’s best market over the weekend was Germany, where it earned $6.1 million on 736 screens for a total of $21.2 million after two weeks of release.

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Weekend Wrap-Up: New Releases Can’t Scale the Great Wall of Batman

February 22nd, 2017

The Lego Batman Movie

As expected, The Lego Batman Movie easily won the weekend box office race with $32.66 million over the weekend and $42.74 million including Monday. The biggest new release of the week was The Great Wall, which earned $18.47 million / $21.51 million during its opening weekend. Overall, the box office slumped by 21% from last weekend at $145 million. This is still 4.5% higher than the same weekend last year. Unfortunately, due to the misalignment in holidays, 2017 still lost ground over the full week. In fact, it is now a full $100 million behind 2016’s pace at $1.53 billion to $1.63 million. It is still too early to really tell where 2017 will end up, but we could really use some big wins right about now. More...

Weekend Estimates: Lego Batman Pieces Together Second Weekend Win

February 19th, 2017

The Lego Batman Movie

The Lego Batman Movie will secure another weekend at the top of the box office chart thanks to a modest 35% drop from its opening, and soft openings for all the new wide releases. The animated adventure will make $34.2 million over three days, and is expected to earn about $45 million when the President’s Day holiday numbers are added in. It will pass $100 million at the domestic box office tomorrow. More...

Weekend Predictions: Can Wall be Great? Does Fist have any Fight?

February 16th, 2017

The Great Wall

There are three wide releases coming out this week, but none of them are expected to challenge for top spot. Although, there could be an interesting race between the two biggest releases, Fist Fight and The Great Wall. Sadly, this is because both have seen their box office potential fall over the past week. A Cure for Wellness never really had much box office potential. This will leave The Lego Batman Movie with an easy win over the Presidents’ Day long weekend, while we should have five films earning more than $10 million over the three-day portion of the weekend. This weekend last year, there were also three wide releases that struggled at the box office leaving Deadpool with an easy win. The Lego Batman Movie won’t match Deadpool at the top, but 2017 has much better depth, so that should help keep the year-over-year race close. More...

International Box Office: Fifty Opens a Shade Below $100 million

February 16th, 2017

Fifty Shades Darker

Fifty Shades Darker earned first place on the international chart during it opening weekend, pulling in $97.78 million on 9,726 screens in 57 markets. This is the biggest international weekend of the year so far, so that’s reason for the studio to celebrate. The film’s biggest market was Germany, where it made $10.5 million, while the U.K. and Ireland were close behind with $9.4 million. The film cracked $5 million in France ($8.3 million); Brazil ($7.3 million); Italy ($6.9 million); Russian ($6.5 million); Australia ($5.8 million); and Spain ($5 million). The film has yet to open in Japan, but that’s the only major market left. By the end of the first weekend of release, the film had made enough worldwide to cover its entire production budget. By the end of the second, it will likely come completely in the black. By the time it makes its initial push into the home market, it will likely have paid for the production budget of Fifty Shades Freed as well.

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Contest: Batprizes: Winning Announcement

February 16th, 2017

The Lego Batman Movie

The winners of our Batprizes contest were determined and the entrants with the closest predictions for The Lego Batman Movie’s opening weekend were... More...

Theater Averages: Kedi is the Cat’s Meow earning $40,103

February 15th, 2017

Kedi

Kedi became the first movie released in 2017 to hit the $40,000 mark on the per theater chart earning $40,103 in its lone theater. A United Kingdom was next with an average of $16,628 in four theaters. This is enough to suggest it will expand, but not enough to think it will earn a significant measure of mainstream success. The only other two films in the $10,000 club were the top two films on the overall weekend chart. The Lego Batman Movie earned an average of $12,966, putting it just ahead of Fifty Shades Darker, which earned an average of $12,563. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Lego Batman Begins with $53.00 million

February 14th, 2017

The Lego Batman Movie

As expected, it was a big weekend at the box office with three massive hits. The Lego Batman Movie did earn first place, but not with as much as predicted at just $53.00 million. Fifty Shades Darker wasn’t that far behind with $46.61 million. Meanwhile, John Wick: Chapter Two just cracked $30 million, which is one of the ten best third place openings of all time. Week-over-week, the box office nearly doubled growing 90% from last weekend. Sadly, it was down 22% from last year. Granted, Valentine’s Day landed on a Sunday last year, so that boosted the weekend box office and 2017 should make some of that decline back on Tuesday. Year-to-date, 2017 has pulled in $1.28 billion, putting it $40 million or 3.0% behind 2016’s pace. It is still way too soon to tell how 2017 will finish in the end, but hopefully things will turn around soon. More...

Weekend Estimates: Batman Shades Fifty

February 12th, 2017

The Lego Batman Movie

A slighty-worse-than-expected performance from The Lego Batman Movie and a slightly-better-than-expected weekend for Fifty Shades Darker is creating a close race at the top of the box office chart this weekend. Lego Batman will win in the end, with Warner Bros. projecting $55.6 million for the weekend, but Fifty Shades Darker won on Friday, and won’t be far behind in the end. Universal pegs the film at $46.8 million over three days. More...

Thursday Night Previews: New Releases earn Fifty Shades of Green

February 10th, 2017

Fifty Shades Darker

Fifty Shades Darker dominated the Thursday previews earning $5.72 million. This is more than the other two new releases earned combined. On the other hand, it is significantly less than the $8.6 million the original made two years ago. Additionally, its reviews are significantly weaker than its predecessors’ reviews were. This will lead to shorter legs and an opening that is closer to $40 million than $50 million. More...

Weekend Predictions: Will Batman Become a Billionaire?

February 9th, 2017

The Lego Batman Movie

This should be the biggest weekend of the month with three potential hits, all of which are sequels. Of the three, The Lego Batman Movie is widely expected to be the biggest hit of the weekend. In fact, it is widely expected to become the biggest hit of the year so far. Fifty Shades Darker could be one of those rare sequels that earns less in total than the original made during its opening weekend. However, I’m not that pessimistic. On the other hand, John Wick: Chapter Two should open significantly better than its predecessor opened with, but it is still aiming to become a midlevel hit, nothing more. This weekend last year, Deadpool opened with $132 million. That could be more than the top two films open with this weekend. Even though 2017 does have better depth, I think it will lose in the year-over-year comparison. More...

Contest: Put a Ring On It: Winning Announcement

February 8th, 2017

Rings

The winners of our Put a Ring On It contest contest were determined and the entrants with the closest predictions for Rings’s opening weekend were... More...

Contest: Batprizes - Update

February 2nd, 2017

The Lego Batman Movie

Before we get to the contest, I miss the goofy bat-gadgets the movies used to have. Bat Shark Repellent might be my favorite. Next weekend is Valentine’s Day and Presidents’ Day and there are three wide releases hoping to make the most of the long weekend. However, it’s clear that The Lego Batman Movie will come out on top and 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 The Lego Batman Movie.

Whoever comes the closest to predicting the film's opening 3-day weekend box office (Friday to Sunday), without going over, will win a Frankenprise consisting of their choice of either one TV on DVD release, two movies, or a kids package (could be a theatrical release, a couple of single-disc TV on DVD releases, or a full season TV on DVD release). 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 Frankenprize, as described above.

Note: It is a not long weekend next weekend, as President's Day isn't until the 20th. In my defense, I'm Canadian, so I don't pay attention to these things.

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

2017 Preview: February

February 1st, 2017

The Lego Batman Movie

January turned out to be a good month. Granted, it didn’t live up to last January, but its box office was one of the top five Januarys of all time, so that’s still a good start to the year. Also, we will have our first $100 million movie released in 2017 and that doesn’t happen this early very often. As for February, there’s potentially the first $200 million hit of the year, The Lego Batman Movie. Fifty Shades Darker and The Great Wall both have a shot at $100 million. That said, it is more likely that both will miss that milestone than both will get there. As for the rest of the films, there are a few that are aiming for solid midlevel hits, like John Wick: Chapter Two and Get Out, while there are very few potential bombs. By comparison, last February there was one monster hit, Deadpool, and a lot of bombs. No other movie besides Deadpool made $50 million. No movie opening this month will match Deadpool, but we won’t have as many bombs either, so hopefully that will balance out and 2017 won’t fall further behind 2016. More...

Domestic Cumulative Box Office Records


Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2017/02/10 1 $53,003,468   4,088 $12,966   $53,003,468 1
2017/02/17 1 $32,655,114 -38% 4,088 $7,988   $97,221,428 2
2017/02/24 2 $19,208,097 -41% 4,057 $4,735   $133,214,675 3
2017/03/03 4 $11,702,364 -39% 3,656 $3,201   $148,684,165 4
2017/03/10 5 $7,614,412 -35% 3,303 $2,305   $158,818,072 5
2017/03/17 6 $4,602,235 -40% 2,735 $1,683   $167,325,587 6
2017/03/24 9 $2,100,951 -54% 1,638 $1,283   $170,972,203 7
2017/03/31 12 $750,139 -64% 812 $924   $172,676,702 8
2017/04/07 17 $373,202 -50% 345 $1,082   $173,317,922 9
2017/04/14 18 $376,681 +1% 344 $1,095   $173,818,349 10
2017/04/21 23 $346,476 -8% 291 $1,191   $174,319,215 11
2017/04/28 26 $301,201 -13% 273 $1,103   $174,691,628 12
2017/05/05 27 $185,114 -39% 235 $788   $174,932,902 13
2017/05/12 30 $150,053 -19% 220 $682   $175,129,105 14
2017/05/19 - $155,339 +4% 202 $769   $175,329,830 15
2017/05/26 26 $126,909 -18% 176 $721   $175,515,436 16
2017/06/02 29 $74,221 -42% 166 $447   $175,686,290 17

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2017/02/10 2 $14,493,258   4,088 $3,545   $14,493,258 1
2017/02/11 1 $23,000,124 +59% 4,088 $5,626   $37,493,382 2
2017/02/12 1 $15,510,086 -33% 4,088 $3,794   $53,003,468 3
2017/02/13 2 $2,721,064 -82% 4,088 $666   $55,724,532 4
2017/02/14 2 $5,030,510 +85% 4,088 $1,231   $60,755,042 5
2017/02/15 3 $1,825,710 -64% 4,088 $447   $62,580,752 6
2017/02/16 3 $1,985,562 +9% 4,088 $486   $64,566,314 7
2017/02/17 1 $7,357,501 +271% 4,088 $1,800   $71,923,815 8
2017/02/18 1 $14,062,395 +91% 4,088 $3,440   $85,986,210 9
2017/02/19 1 $11,235,218 -20% 4,088 $2,748   $97,221,428 10
2017/02/20 1 $10,089,017 -10% 4,088 $2,468   $107,310,445 11
2017/02/21 1 $2,956,364 -71% 4,088 $723   $110,266,809 12
2017/02/22 1 $1,946,307 -34% 4,088 $476   $112,213,116 13
2017/02/23 1 $1,793,462 -8% 4,088 $439   $114,006,578 14
2017/02/24 2 $4,249,572 +137% 4,057 $1,047   $118,256,150 15
2017/02/25 2 $8,956,224 +111% 4,057 $2,208   $127,212,374 16
2017/02/26 2 $6,002,301 -33% 4,057 $1,479   $133,214,675 17
2017/02/27 2 $860,161 -86% 4,057 $212   $134,074,836 18
2017/02/28 2 $1,276,208 +48% 4,057 $315   $135,351,044 19
2017/03/01 2 $850,264 -33% 4,057 $210   $136,201,308 20
2017/03/02 2 $780,493 -8% 4,057 $192   $136,981,801 21
2017/03/03 4 $2,472,709 +217% 3,656 $676   $139,454,510 22
2017/03/04 4 $5,539,567 +124% 3,656 $1,515   $144,994,077 23
2017/03/05 4 $3,690,088 -33% 3,656 $1,009   $148,684,165 24
2017/03/06 4 $595,602 -84% 3,656 $163   $149,279,767 25
2017/03/07 4 $820,416 +38% 3,656 $224   $150,100,183 26
2017/03/08 4 $541,295 -34% 3,656 $148   $150,641,478 27
2017/03/09 4 $562,182 +4% 3,656 $154   $151,203,660 28
2017/03/10 5 $1,714,260 +205% 3,303 $519   $152,917,920 29
2017/03/11 5 $3,556,421 +107% 3,303 $1,077   $156,474,341 30
2017/03/12 5 $2,343,731 -34% 3,303 $710   $158,818,072 31
2017/03/13 5 $904,268 -61% 3,303 $274   $159,722,340 32
2017/03/14 5 $1,180,761 +31% 3,303 $357   $160,903,101 33
2017/03/15 5 $974,867 -17% 3,303 $295   $161,877,968 34
2017/03/16 5 $845,384 -13% 3,303 $256   $162,723,352 35
2017/03/17 7 $1,210,223 +43% 2,735 $442   $163,933,575 36
2017/03/18 6 $2,055,815 +70% 2,735 $752   $165,989,390 37
2017/03/19 6 $1,336,197 -35% 2,735 $489   $167,325,587 38
2017/03/20 7 $334,856 -75% 2,735 $122   $167,660,443 39
2017/03/21 7 $520,549 +55% 2,735 $190   $168,180,992 40
2017/03/22 6 $362,210 -30% 2,735 $132   $168,543,202 41
2017/03/23 6 $328,050 -9% 2,735 $120   $168,871,252 42
2017/03/24 11 $451,321 +38% 1,638 $276   $169,322,573 43
2017/03/25 9 $918,421 +103% 1,638 $561   $170,240,994 44
2017/03/26 9 $731,209 -20% 1,638 $446   $170,972,203 45
2017/03/27 9 $225,530 -69% 1,638 $138   $171,197,733 46
2017/03/28 9 $308,223 +37% 1,638 $188   $171,505,956 47
2017/03/29 9 $220,191 -29% 1,638 $134   $171,726,147 48
2017/03/30 9 $200,416 -9% 1,638 $122   $171,926,563 49
2017/03/31 12 $212,779 +6% 812 $262   $172,139,342 50
2017/04/01 12 $343,128 +61% 812 $423   $172,482,470 51
2017/04/02 12 $194,232 -43% 812 $239   $172,676,702 52
2017/04/03 12 $60,840 -69% 812 $75   $172,737,542 53
2017/04/04 12 $83,350 +37% 812 $103   $172,820,892 54
2017/04/05 12 $61,606 -26% 812 $76   $172,882,498 55
2017/04/06 12 $62,222 +1% 812 $77   $172,944,720 56
2017/04/07 - $98,468 +58% 345 $285   $173,043,188 57
2017/04/08 - $184,017 +87% 345 $533   $173,227,205 58
2017/04/09 - $90,717 -51% 345 $263   $173,317,922 59
2017/04/10 - $27,658 -70% 345 $80   $173,345,580 60
2017/04/11 - $33,182 +20% 345 $96   $173,378,762 61
2017/04/12 - $29,656 -11% 345 $86   $173,408,418 62
2017/04/13 - $33,250 +12% 345 $96   $173,441,668 63
2017/04/14 - $145,845 +339% 344 $424   $173,587,513 64
2017/04/15 - $148,106 +2% 344 $431   $173,735,619 65
2017/04/16 - $82,730 -44% 344 $240   $173,818,349 66
2017/04/17 - $55,503 -33% 344 $161   $173,873,852 67
2017/04/18 - $33,823 -39% 344 $98   $173,907,675 68
2017/04/19 - $32,051 -5% 344 $93   $173,939,726 69
2017/04/20 - $33,013 +3% 344 $96   $173,972,739 70
2017/04/21 - $84,901 +157% 291 $292   $174,057,640 71
2017/04/22 - $160,775 +89% 291 $552   $174,218,415 72
2017/04/23 - $100,800 -37% 291 $346   $174,319,215 73
2017/04/24 - $16,454 -84% 291 $57   $174,335,669 74
2017/04/25 - $17,878 +9% 291 $61   $174,353,547 75
2017/04/26 - $18,192 +2% 291 $63   $174,371,739 76
2017/04/27 - $18,688 +3% 291 $64   $174,390,427 77
2017/04/28 - $71,352 +282% 273 $261   $174,461,779 78
2017/04/29 - $140,225 +97% 273 $514   $174,602,004 79
2017/04/30 - $89,624 -36% 273 $328   $174,691,628 80
2017/05/01 - $13,588 -85% 273 $50   $174,705,216 81
2017/05/02 - $15,082 +11% 273 $55   $174,720,298 82
2017/05/03 - $14,026 -7% 273 $51   $174,734,324 83
2017/05/04 - $13,464 -4% 273 $49   $174,747,788 84
2017/05/05 - $42,164 +213% 235 $179   $174,789,952 85
2017/05/06 - $86,842 +106% 235 $370   $174,876,794 86
2017/05/07 - $56,108 -35% 235 $239   $174,932,902 87
2017/05/08 - $10,260 -82% 235 $44   $174,943,162 88
2017/05/09 - $12,106 +18% 235 $52   $174,955,268 89
2017/05/10 - $11,130 -8% 235 $47   $174,966,398 90
2017/05/11 - $12,654 +14% 235 $54   $174,979,052 91
2017/05/12 - $36,761 +191% 220 $167   $175,015,813 92
2017/05/13 - $66,414 +81% 220 $302   $175,082,227 93
2017/05/14 - $46,878 -29% 220 $213   $175,129,105 94
2017/05/15 - $10,115 -78% 220 $46   $175,139,220 95
2017/05/16 - $11,834 +17% 220 $54   $175,151,054 96
2017/05/17 - $11,952 +1% 220 $54   $175,163,006 97
2017/05/18 - $11,485 -4% 220 $52   $175,174,491 98
2017/05/19 - $37,814 +229% 202 $187   $175,212,305 99
2017/05/20 - $70,431 +86% 202 $349   $175,282,736 100
2017/05/21 - $47,094 -33% 202 $233   $175,329,830 101
2017/05/22 - $15,386 -67% 202 $76   $175,345,216 102
2017/05/23 - $13,231 -14% 202 $66   $175,358,447 103
2017/05/24 - $13,395 +1% 202 $66   $175,371,842 104
2017/05/25 - $16,685 +25% 202 $83   $175,388,527 105
2017/05/26 - $32,867 +97% 176 $187   $175,421,394 106
2017/05/27 - $49,963 +52% 176 $284   $175,471,357 107
2017/05/28 - $44,079 -12% 176 $250   $175,515,436 108
2017/05/29 - $50,332 +14% 176 $286   $175,565,768 109
2017/05/30 - $15,071 -70% 176 $86   $175,580,839 110
2017/05/31 - $14,029 -7% 176 $80   $175,594,868 111
2017/06/01 - $17,201 +23% 176 $98   $175,612,069 112
2017/06/02 - $20,646 +20% 166 $124   $175,632,715 113
2017/06/03 - $32,028 +55% 166 $193   $175,664,743 114
2017/06/04 - $21,547 -33% 166 $130   $175,686,290 115
2017/06/05 - $8,856 -59% 166 $53   $175,695,146 116
2017/06/06 - $19,732 +123% 166 $119   $175,714,878 117
2017/06/07 - $16,002 -19% 166 $96   $175,730,880 118
2017/06/08 - $19,504 +22% 166 $117   $175,750,384 119

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2017/02/10 2 $64,566,314   4,088 $15,794   $64,566,314 1
2017/02/17 1 $49,440,264 -23% 4,088 $12,094   $114,006,578 2
2017/02/24 2 $22,975,223 -54% 4,057 $5,663   $136,981,801 3
2017/03/03 4 $14,221,859 -38% 3,656 $3,890   $151,203,660 4
2017/03/10 5 $11,519,692 -19% 3,303 $3,488   $162,723,352 5
2017/03/17 6 $6,147,900 -47% 2,735 $2,248   $168,871,252 6
2017/03/24 9 $3,055,311 -50% 1,638 $1,865   $171,926,563 7
2017/03/31 12 $1,018,157 -67% 812 $1,254   $172,944,720 8
2017/04/07 17 $496,948 -51% 345 $1,440   $173,441,668 9
2017/04/14 18 $531,071 +7% 344 $1,544   $173,972,739 10
2017/04/21 24 $417,688 -21% 291 $1,435   $174,390,427 11
2017/04/28 28 $357,361 -14% 273 $1,309   $174,747,788 12
2017/05/05 28 $231,264 -35% 235 $984   $174,979,052 13
2017/05/12 30 $195,439 -15% 220 $888   $175,174,491 14
2017/05/19 31 $214,036 +10% 202 $1,060   $175,388,527 15
2017/05/26 25 $223,542 +4% 176 $1,270   $175,612,069 16
2017/06/02 28 $138,315 -38% 166 $833   $175,750,384 17

Box Office Summary Per Territory

Territory Release
Date
Opening
Weekend
Opening
Weekend
Theaters
Maximum
Theaters
Theatrical
Engagements
Total
Box Office
Report
Date
Argentina 2/10/2017 $707,000 0 0 0 $1,500,000 2/20/2017
Australia 3/31/2017 $1,744,630 454 454 2168 $8,248,778 6/15/2017
Brazil 2/10/2017 $2,000,000 0 0 0 $6,300,000 4/10/2017
Bulgaria 2/10/2017 $53,231 0 0 0 $181,054 5/4/2017
China 3/3/2017 $3,550,000 26305 26305 26305 $6,100,000 4/10/2017
Czech Republic 2/3/2017 $62,820 56 140 686 $911,170 4/27/2017
France 2/10/2017 $1,600,000 0 0 0 $5,500,000 4/10/2017
Germany 2/10/2017 $2,300,000 0 0 0 $7,300,000 4/10/2017
Italy 2/10/2017 $1,264,404 0 0 0 $3,000,000 4/3/2017
Lithuania 2/3/2017 $10,580 6 164 579 $214,345 4/14/2017
Mexico 2/10/2017 $2,490,954 0 0 0 $8,400,000 4/10/2017
Netherlands 2/9/2017 $447,540 134 139 1432 $3,008,421 5/4/2017
New Zealand 4/7/2017 $260,960 126 126 688 $1,384,352 6/12/2017
Poland 2/10/2017 $0 0 0 0 $3,000,000 3/27/2017
Portugal 2/17/2017 $187,491 97 97 465 $727,616 4/20/2017
Russia (CIS) 2/10/2017 $2,110,279 1203 1203 3790 $4,800,000 3/20/2017
Slovakia 2/17/2017 $14,562 15 73 340 $448,255 6/26/2017
Slovenia 2/10/2017 $33,547 45 45 72 $133,015 11/17/2017
South Korea 2/2/2017 $206,016 276 427 866 $1,038,616 3/17/2017
Spain 2/10/2017 $1,482,651 406 406 2555 $4,812,807 4/28/2017
Turkey 2/10/2017 $189,326 115 115 231 $406,837 3/23/2017
United Kingdom 2/10/2017 $9,884,321 600 618 3834 $33,400,000 4/10/2017
 
Rest of World $34,375,347
 
International Total$135,190,613 11/17/2017

International Cumulative Box Office Records


Worldwide Cumulative Box Office Records


Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
6/18/20173197,929 197,929$4,433,610$4,433,6105
6/25/20173101,157-49% 299,086$2,265,917$6,699,5266
7/2/2017455,976-45% 355,062$1,253,862$7,953,3897
7/9/2017351,641-8% 406,703$1,156,758$9,110,1478
7/16/2017523,670-54% 430,373$530,208$9,640,3559
7/23/2017431,486+33% 461,859$0$9,640,35510
7/30/20171012,333-61% 474,192$0$9,640,35511
8/6/20171411,348-8% 485,540$0$9,640,35512
8/13/20171610,211-10% 495,751$0$9,640,35513
8/20/2017277,926-22% 503,677$0$9,640,35514
9/10/20172211,627 526,707$250,097$11,728,61417

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
6/18/20172413,636 413,636$12,404,941$12,404,9415
6/25/20174120,913-71% 534,549$3,676,975$16,081,9166
7/2/2017454,272-55% 588,821$1,633,581$17,715,4977
7/9/2017442,003-23% 630,824$1,259,255$18,974,7528
7/16/2017917,859-57% 648,683$535,577$19,510,3299
7/23/2017356,749+218% 705,432$1,701,909$21,212,23810
7/30/2017477,152+36% 782,584$2,313,786$23,526,02411
8/6/2017726,170-66% 808,754$784,584$24,310,60812
8/13/20171112,430-53% 821,185$370,802$24,681,41013
8/20/20171410,949-12% 832,134$328,152$25,009,56214
8/27/2017196,117-44% 838,251$183,444$25,193,00615
10/1/2017166,876 851,086$206,133$25,577,79720

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