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The Loft (2015)

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Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $6,002,684Details
International Box Office $358,170Details
Worldwide Box Office $6,360,854
Home Market Performance
Est. Domestic DVD Sales $1,051,511 Details
Est. Domestic Blu-ray Sales $482,520 Details
Total Est. Domestic Video Sales $1,534,031
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  7. Cast & Crew
  8. Trailer


Five married guys conspire to secretly share a penthouse loft in the city—a place where they can carry out hidden affairs and indulge in their deepest fantasies. But the fantasy becomes a nightmare when they discover the dead body of an unknown woman in the loft, and they realize one of the group must be involved. Paranoia seizes them as everyone begins to suspect one another. Friendships are tested, loyalties are questioned and marriages crumble as the group is consumed by fear, suspicion and murder.


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Movie Details

Domestic Releases: January 30th, 2015 (Wide) by Open Road
International Releases: February 20th, 2015 (Wide) (Poland)
October 1st, 2015 (Wide) (South Korea)
October 8th, 2015 (Wide) (Peru)
Video Release: May 26th, 2015 by Universal Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: R for sexual content, nudity, bloody violence, language and some drug use.
(Rating bulletin 2255, 1/16/2013)
Running Time: 108 minutes
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Keywords: Remake, Foreign-Language Remake, Non-Chronological, Infidelity, Suicide, Faked Suicide, Prostitution, Framed, Narcotics, Surprise Twist, Relationships Gone Wrong
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: Anonymous Content, Woestijnvis
Production Countries: United States

Ranking on other Records and Milestones

Days In
Super Bowl (Opening, 3-Day) 54 $2,747,342 Jan 30, 2015 3
Super Bowl (Opening, 3-Day, Inflation Adjusted) 59 $3,034,933 Jan 30, 2015 3

Lead Ensemble Members

   Vincent Stevens
   Chris Vanowen
   Luke Seacord
   Marty Landry
   Philip Trauner

Supporting Cast

Isabel Lucas    Sarah Deakins
Rachael Taylor    Anne Morris
Rhona Mitra    Alison Vanowen
Valerie Cruz    Barbara Stevens
Kali Rocha    Mimi Landry
Elaine Cassidy    Ellie Seacord
Margarita Levieva    Vicky Fry
Kristin Lehman    Detective Huggins
Robert Wisdom    Detective Cohagan
Ric Reitz    Joel Kotkin
Graham Beckel    Hiram Fry
Kathy Deitch    Dana
Madison Burge    Zoe Trauner
Cindi Woods    Mrs. Fry
Laura Cayouette    Mrs. Kotkin
Barbara Dzikanowice    Prostitute
Kim Ormiston    Party Girl
Misty Ormiston    Party Girl
Griff Furst    Zoe's Friend
Eric Dickinson    Zoe's Friend
Dennis Raymond Bagneris    Bar Slickster Guy
Leticia Jimenez    Bar Slickster Girl
Bill Scharpf    Security Guard
Trace Cheramie    Security Guard

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

Production and Technical Credits

Wesley Strick    Screenwriter
Bart De Pauw    Story Creator
Paul Green    Producer
Adam Shulman    Producer
Hilde de Laere    Producer
Matt DeRoss    Producer
Barbara Kelly    Executive Producer
Steve Golin    Executive Producer
Wesley Strick    Executive Producer
Wim Tack    Executive Producer
Wouter Vandenhaute    Executive Producer
Eric Watte    Executive Producer
Nicolas Karakatsanis    Director of Photography
Maia Javan    Production Designer
Eddie Hamilton    Editor
John Frizzell    Composer
Barbara Fiorentino    Casting Director
Carole Sanders Peterman    Unit Production Manager
Barbara Kelly    Unit Production Manager
Guy De Lombaert    Unit Production Manager
Richard Cowan    Assistant Director
Jim Gelarden    Art Director
Cindy Slagter    Set Decorator
Domenic Silvestri    Set Designer
Ann Van Aken    Script Supervisor
Jonathan Gaynor    Sound Mixer
Miccael Uguccioni    Visual Effects Supervisor
Liz Staub    Costume Designer
Allison Gordin    Make up
Darryl Lucas    Make up
Donna Spahn-Jones    Hairstylist
Yolanda Mercadel    Hairstylist
Matt Kutcher    Special Effects Supervisor
Donnie Dean    Special Effects Coordinator
Peter Flamman    Supervising Sound Editor
Peter Flamman    Sound Designer
Wart Wamsteker    Sound Designer
Dennis Kersten    Sound Editor
Tom Ozanich    Re-recording Mixer
Stephanie L. Flack    Dialogue Editor
Frederik Wiedmann    Score Mixer
Brian Richards    Music Editor
Philip Moross    Executive Music Producer
Laura Katz    Music Supervisor
Jeff Galpin    Stunt Coordinator

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

Home Market Numbers: Sniper Steady on Top

June 14th, 2015

American Sniper

The week ending May 31 was a terrible week for new releases with only one that sold more than 50,000 units on the combined home market chart. Fortunately, American Sniper held on a lot better than most releases do, and was down just 27% to 844,000 units/ $16.01 million in consumer spending for the week, giving it totals of 1.99 million units / $37.40 million after two weeks of release. It is now in fifth place on the 2015 combined chart, but again, given its box office, it should be higher. More...

DVD and Blu-ray Releases for May 26th, 2015

May 25th, 2015

Welcome to Me

Wow. It is a summer week on the home market, as there are a ton of summer shows coming out on DVD. Unfortunately, none of them seem like big sellers. The best-selling new release of the week is Seventh Son, which is a terrible sign. The second best is The Nanny: The Complete Series. I don't know how to react to that. As for the best of the new releases, Magician: The Astonishing Life and Work of Orson Wells (DVD or Blu-ray) is as good as it gets. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: SpongeBob Stands Tall

February 9th, 2015

The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water poster

As expected, The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water led the way at the box office; however, it did so in a much more explosive way. In fact, its opening was in the top five for February releases. The other two new releases, Jupiter Ascending and Seventh Son, did as well as expected, more or less, but that's not really a good thing. The overall weekend box office was $152 million, which was 51% more than last weekend. Compared to the same weekend last year, 2015 actually came out ahead, albeit by 0.3% margin. This is less than ticket price inflation, so fewer tickets were sold, but I don't really care. Considering I thought 2015 would lose by close to $20 million, I will take any victory and celebrate it. Year-to-date, 2015 has pulled ahead of 2014 by nearly $100 million at $1.17 billion to $1.08 billion. Again, it is too soon to judge how well 2015 will do, but being ahead by 8.8% is still worth noting. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Box Office was Less than Super

February 2nd, 2015

American Sniper poster

Super Bowl weekend was rough at the box office with only one film topping $10 million. That film was American Sniper, which completed the hat trick, but with less than expected. Second place went to Project Almanac, again earning less than expected, while Paddington was right behind in third place. Overall the box office fell 36% from last weekend, down to just $102 million. This is still 18% higher than the same weekend last year, so we have that to focus on. Year-to-date, 2015 has pulled in $994 million, which is 7.0% more than last year's pace of $929 million. Again, it is way too early to judge and as we saw last year, things can fall apart really quickly. That said, I will take any good news I can get. More...

Weekend Predictions: Nothing Super about the New Releases

January 29th, 2015

Project Almanac poster

There are three wide releases coming out this weekend, sort of. Project Almanac is the only film opening truly wide this weekend and it is easily the biggest of the three releases. The other two new releases, Black or White and The Loft, are both opening in below 2,000 theaters and neither has a real shot to open in the top five. This leaves American Sniper with an easy path to first place, but perhaps the Super Bowl will be bigger competition this weekend than any of the new releases were the last two weeks. This weekend last year, both new releases struggled and Ride Along was easily able to win, but with just $12 million. 2015 is going to crush 2014 in the year-over-year comparison. More...

2015 Preview: January

January 1st, 2015

Taken 3 poster

2014 is over and for the most part, December was a soft ending to a weak year. This is bad news for two reasons. Firstly, it means the overall box office is still soft and it is unlikely that January will start strong. Secondly, last January was a great month, thanks in part to Frozen and other holdovers. The slump can't last forever and Taken 3 should help 2015 get off to a reasonably fast start and it even has a shot at $100 million. American Sniper got off to a really fast start in limited release, so it too could be a hit when it expands wide. By comparison, last January was led by Ride Along, but there were only two other films that didn't completely bomb. I want to say 2015 will start out on a winning note, but given the box office losing streak, it will likely pay to be pessimistic. More...

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Domestic Cumulative Box Office Records

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2015/01/30 10 $2,747,342   1,841 $1,492   $2,747,342 1
2015/02/06 13 $1,447,948 -47% 1,841 $787   $5,201,632 2
2015/02/13 34 $166,277 -89% 245 $679   $5,865,059 3
2015/02/20 47 $47,590 -71% 101 $471   $5,981,749 4

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2015/01/30 9 $1,179,138   1,841 $640   $1,179,138 1
2015/01/31 11 $1,214,512 +3% 1,841 $660   $2,393,650 2
2015/02/01 12 $353,692 -71% 1,841 $192   $2,747,342 3
2015/02/02 9 $249,979 -29% 1,841 $136   $2,997,321 4
2015/02/03 10 $302,475 +21% 1,841 $164   $3,299,796 5
2015/02/04 10 $229,236 -24% 1,841 $125   $3,529,032 6
2015/02/05 10 $224,652 -2% 1,841 $122   $3,753,684 7
2015/02/06 13 $435,552 +94% 1,841 $237   $4,189,236 8
2015/02/07 13 $648,972 +49% 1,841 $353   $4,838,208 9
2015/02/08 13 $363,424 -44% 1,841 $197   $5,201,632 10
2015/02/09 13 $130,832 -64% 1,841 $71   $5,332,464 11
2015/02/10 13 $162,232 +24% 1,841 $88   $5,494,696 12
2015/02/11 13 $120,051 -26% 1,841 $65   $5,614,747 13
2015/02/12 15 $84,035 -30% 1,841 $46   $5,698,782 14
2015/02/13 - $33,381 -60% 245 $136   $5,732,163 15
2015/02/14 - $89,795 +169% 245 $367   $5,821,958 16
2015/02/15 - $43,101 -52% 245 $176   $5,865,059 17
2015/02/16 - $21,550 -50% 245 $88   $5,886,609 18
2015/02/17 - $17,395 -19% 245 $71   $5,904,004 19
2015/02/18 - $15,307 -12% 245 $62   $5,919,311 20
2015/02/19 - $14,848 -3% 245 $61   $5,934,159 21
2015/02/20 - $13,433 -10% 101 $133   $5,947,592 22
2015/02/21 - $20,955 +56% 101 $207   $5,968,547 23
2015/02/22 - $13,202 -37% 101 $131   $5,981,749 24
2015/02/23 - $5,017 -62% 101 $50   $5,986,766 25
2015/02/24 - $5,569 +11% 101 $55   $5,992,335 26
2015/02/25 - $5,123 -8% 101 $51   $5,997,458 27
2015/02/26 - $5,226 +2% 101 $52   $6,002,684 28

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2015/01/30 11 $3,753,684   1,841 $2,039   $3,753,684 1
2015/02/06 13 $1,945,098 -48% 1,841 $1,057   $5,698,782 2
2015/02/13 33 $235,377 -88% 245 $961   $5,934,159 3
2015/02/20 50 $68,525 -71% 101 $678   $6,002,684 4

Box Office Summary Per Territory

Territory Release
Box Office
Peru 10/8/2015 $0 0 6 8 $87,227 11/3/2015
Poland 2/20/2015 $79,521 0 0 0 $235,662 6/1/2018
South Korea 10/1/2015 $0 0 2 3 $35,281 10/20/2015
International Total$358,170 6/1/2018

International Cumulative Box Office Records

Worldwide Cumulative Box Office Records

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
5/31/20151521,902 21,902$355,688$355,6881

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
5/31/2015612,877 12,877$235,398$235,3981

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