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Logan Lucky (2017)

Logan Lucky
Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $27,778,642Details
International Box Office $11,493,761Details
Worldwide Box Office $39,272,403
Home Market Performance
Est. Domestic DVD Sales $1,637,404 Details
Est. Domestic Blu-ray Sales $2,159,435 Details
Total Est. Domestic Video Sales $3,796,839
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  7. Cast & Crew
  8. Trailer

Synopsis

Trying to reverse a family curse, brothers Jimmy and Clyde Logan set out to execute an elaborate robbery during the legendary Coca-Cola 600 race at the Charlotte Motor Speedway.

Metrics

Latest Ranking on Cumulative Box Office Lists


Movie Details

Production Budget:$29,000,000
Domestic Releases: August 18th, 2017 (Wide) by Bleecker Street
International Releases: August 18th, 2017 (Wide) (Australia)
August 18th, 2017 (Wide) (New Zealand)
August 25th, 2017 (Wide) (Netherlands)
August 25th, 2017 (Wide), released as Şanslı Logan (Turkey)
August 25th, 2017 (Wide) (United Kingdom)
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Video Release: November 14th, 2017 by Universal Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for language and some crude comments.
(Rating bulletin 2474 (Cert #51012), 5/3/2017)
Running Time: 119 minutes
Comparisons: vs. Oceans
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Keywords: Curses, Auto Racing, Heist, North Carolina, Dysfunctional Family, Ensemble, Gratuitous Cameos, NASCAR
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Comedy
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: FilmNation Entertainment, Trans-Radial Pictures, Free Association
Production Countries: United States

Ranking on other Records and Milestones

RecordRankAmountChart
Date
Days In
Release
Labor Day (All Movies, 4-Day, Fri-Mon) 170 $5,472,129 Sep 1, 2017 17
Labor Day (All Movies, 4-Day, Fri-Mon, Inflation Adjusted) 214 $5,552,601 Sep 1, 2017 17

Leading Cast

   Jimmy Logan
   Clyde Logan
   Mellie Logan
   Joe Bang

Supporting Cast

Seth MacFarlane    Max Chilblain
Katie Holmes    Bobbie Jo Chapman
Katherine Waterston    Sylvia Harrison
Dwight Yoakam    Warden Burns
Sebastian Stan    Dayton White
Brian Gleeson    Sam Bang
Jack Quaid    Fish Bang
Hilary Swank    Special Agent Sarah Grayson
Farrah Mackenzie    Sadie Logan
Jim O'Heir    Cal
Rebecca Koon    Purple Lady
Boden Johnston    Dylan Chapman
David Denman    Moody Chapman
Charles Halford    Earl
Alex Ross    Max’s Non-Tourage #1
Tom Archdeacon    Max’s Non-Tourage #2
Eric Perez    Construction Worker
Mark McCullough    Bobo
Daniel Jones    Judge
Joshua Hoover    Deputy #1
Brian Allen    Deputy #2
Lauren Revard    Sylvia’s Colleague
Ann Mahoney    Gleema Purdue
L.A. Winters    CMS Receptionist
Whitney Graham    CMS Office Worker
Brad Keselowski    CMS Security Guard #1
Joey Logano    CMS Security Guard #2
Jon Eyez    Naaman
Edward Gelhaus    Skinhead
P.J. McDonnell    Inmate #1
Robert Fortner    Inmate #2
Keith Hudson    Prison Guard #1
Michael Tourek    Prison Guard #2
Jesco White    Jesco
Deneen Tyler    Prison Nurse
C.C. Taylor    Inmate #3
Shaun Michael Lynch    Prison Guard #3
Timothy J. Richardson    Prison Guard #4
William Mahnken    Prison Guard #5
Alvin Thomas    Prison Guard #6
Caleb Emery    CMS Cashier
Kara Cantrell    Concession Manager
Ron Clinton Smith    Crew Chief
Randy Havens    CMS Cashier Manager
Alex ter Avest    Pre-Show Publicist
Vince Welch    Pre-Show Interviewer
Autumn Dial    Beer Girl
Ellie Decker    CMS Concession Worker #1
Terence Rosemore    CMS Concession Worker #2
Helen Abell    CMS Security Worker
Hank Quillen    CMS Security Manager
Jerald Savage    CMS Police Officer #1
Matty Cardarople    CMS Police Officer #2
Jerri Tubs    Fire Department Dispatch
Matthew J. Brady    Fireman #1
Scott Parks    Fireman #2
Lesa Wilson    Pageant Coordinator
Macon Blair    Special Agent Brad Noonan
Stephanie Langston    Reporter
Jay Pearson    Police Spokesperson
Karen Reynolds    Salon Customer #1
Suzanne Jordan Roush    Salon Customer #2
Neva Howell    Woman on the News #1
Stephanie Albanese    Woman on the News #2
Brandon Ray Olive*    CMS General Manager

Cameos

Ryan Blaney    Delivery Man
Carl Edwards    West Virginia State Trooper #1
Kyle Busch    West Virginia State Trooper #2
Mike Joy    Himself
Darrell Waltrip    Himself
Jeff Gordon    Himself
LeAnn Rimes    Herself
Danielle Trotta    Herself
Adam Alexander    Himself
Kyle Larson    Limo Driver

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

Production and Technical Credits

   Director
Rebecca Blunt    Screenwriter
Gregory Jacobs    Producer
Mark Johnson    Producer
Reid Carolin    Producer
Channing Tatum    Producer
Zane Stoddard    Executive Producer
Michael Polaire    Executive Producer
Dan Fellman    Executive Producer
Ken Meyer    Co-Producer
Matt Summers    Co-Producer
Peter Andrews    Director of Photography
Howard Cummings    Production Designer
Mary Ann Bernard    Editor
Ellen Mirojnick    Costume Designer
David Holmes    Composer
Carmen Cuba    Casting Director
Julie M. Anderson    Unit Production Manager
Michael Polaire    Unit Production Manager
Jody Spilkoman    First Assistant Director
Amir R. Khan    Second Assistant Director
R.A. Rondell    Stunt Coordinator
Larry Blake    Sound Designer
Corey Bayes    Associate Editor
Season Kent    Music Supervisor
Rob Simons    Art Director
Eric R. Johnson    Art Director
Barbara Munch-Cameron*    Set Decorator
Joseph Malloch    Production Supervisor
Dennis Towns    Sound Mixer
Ken Lavet    Location Manager
Elisa Marsh    Make up
Marie Larkin    Hairstylist
Charley Medigovich    Casting Associate
Janette St. Bernard    Casting Assistant
Jamie Ember    Casting Assistant
Kristin Morlino    Costume Supervisor
Erik Louis Robert*    Set Designer
Vincent Bates    Set Designer
Ren Rohling    Make up
Justin Raleigh    Make up Effects Department Head
Melizah Wheat    Hairstylist
Claudette Barius    Still Photographer
David Waine    Special Effects Coordinator
Josh Hakian    Special Effects Supervisor
Leslie Converse    Post-Production Supervisor
Mae Sussman    Assistant Editor
Larry Blake    Sound Editor
Larry Blake    Re-recording Mixer
Matt Coby    Dialogue Editor
Fred Rosenberg    Dialogue Editor
Alexa Zimmerman    Dialogue Editor
Eugene Gearty    Sound Effects Editor
Mike Gilbert    Sound Effects Editor
Lesley Robson-Foster    Visual Effects Supervisor
Parker Chehak    Visual Effects Producer

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

Home Market Releases for November 28th, 2017

November 27th, 2017

The Wrong Guy

This is the week after Black Friday and Cyber Monday, which explains why there are so few new releases on this week’s home market release report. That said, there are some worth checking out. Haikyu!! is one of the best sports Anime titles ever made, but only the Premium Box Set is coming out this week and its just too expensive. Logan Lucky is one of the best wide releases of the year, but the DVD / Blu-ray doesn’t have enough extras to be the Pick of the Week. I was tempted to give Pick of the Week to Long Time Running, but while it is amazing the DVD / Blu-ray doesn’t come out till Friday. Likewise, I finally finished the review for MST3K: Season 11 to celebrate the renewal, but it came out way too long ago to be Pick of the Week. That leaves The Wrong Guy as my Pick of the Week. It has no reviews and the DVD / Blu-ray only has a commentary track, but it’s an underrated film in my opinion, and a Canadian film, so it gets Pick and Puck of the Week. More...

2017 - Holiday Gift Guide - Part I - First-Run Releases and Franchise Box Sets

November 23rd, 2017

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2

It's Thanksgiving weekend, which means Black Friday, Cyber Monday, and of course the first installment of our Holiday Gift Guide. This week we will tackle first run releases, and normally franchise box sets as well, but this year none jump out as essential additions to the Holiday Gift guide. Worse still, 2017 has been awful at the box office with potential blockbuster after potential blockbuster getting savaged by critics and struggling at the box office. Additionally, some of the biggest and some of the best have been on the home market for nearly half a year, meaning nearly everyone who would want them, already own them. That doesn’t mean there are no films worth adding to this list, but the list is a little shorter than usual. On a side note, two of the films on this year’s list are from the MCU and it would have been three, but Thor: Ragnarok is still in theaters. If you know someone who loves the MCU, but has all of the movies, then check out this site, which has some more unique gift ideas. I specifically like the Spider-man Drone. More...

Home Market Releases for November 14th, 2017

November 13th, 2017

Kedi

It’s a bad week for screeners, as the screeners for both Atomic Blonde and Wind River are late. Both look like they are worth picking up, but not quite Pick of the Week material. There are a trio of contenders for this award: In This Corner of the World, Kedi, and Whose Streets? It was a close call, but in the end, Kedi came out on top. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Labor Day Bounce Helps Bodyguard Pull In $10.54 million

September 6th, 2017

The Hitman’s Bodyguard

The last weekend of the summer had no new wide releases, so it made sense that the box office would drop even further. However, that was not the case. I think the combination of the last long weekend of the summer and terrible recent box office results led a lot of people to go to the movies one last time before school starts. After all, it is likely most moviegoers haven’t seen a movie in theaters for several weeks. The Hitman’s Bodyguard easily led the way with $10.54 million over three days and $13.27 million including Monday. It earned more over three days than any of its competitors earned over four. Overall, the box office rose 9.8% from last weekend to $76 million. Sadly, this is still 24% lower than the same weekend last year, but it could have been worse. Year-to-date, 2017 has pulled in $7.45 billion, which puts it 6.3% or $500 million behind last year’s pace. More...

Weekend Predictions: Will Hitman Assassinate the Box Office?

August 31st, 2017

The Hitman’s Bodyguard

Not only will this weekend likely be the worst weekend of the year, there’s a very high likelihood it will be the worst weekend in over a decade. It arguably could be the worst weekend of all time. There are no wide releases, or even semi-wide releases. The widest “new” release of the week is the 40th Anniversary re-release for Close Encounters of the Third Kind, but last week’s 3D re-release for Terminator 2: Judgment Day suggests it won't come close to the top ten. Tulip Fever is a long-delayed Weinstein Co. release and just avoiding the Mendoza Line would be a reason to celebrate. Up next in terms of theater counts is Hazlo Como Hombre. It is a Chilean film and films aimed at Hispanics have had success in recent years. They only need to earn just over $2 million during the three-day weekend to reach the top ten, so one of them could get there, but that’s not a sure thing. This leaves The Hitman’s Bodyguard with an easy path to first place. This weekend last year, the biggest new release was The Light Between Oceans, which earned just under $5 million. Sadly, this might be more than all three new releases earn this year. Last year the overall box office finished just under $100 million. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Hitman Guards the Top of the Chart with $10.26 million

August 29th, 2017

Leap!

Amazingly, the weekend box office was actually worse than expected, as every new release we talked about in our predictions missed the Mendoza Line*. This left The Hitman’s Bodyguard with an easy first place with $10.26 million during its second weekend of release, just avoiding the bottom ten worst number one films of the 21st century. It could break the record next weekend, as there are no new wide releases looking to take top spot. Overall, the box office plummeted 28% to just $69 million. This is in the bottom ten smallest domestic weekends of the 21st century, 13th worst including the year 2000. (Interestingly, the year 2000 produced 5 of the worst 7 weekends in that time frame and September 2000 alone has 4 of the 5 worst weekends.) Again, since there are no new wide releases next weekend, we could see this record fall. The $69 million weekend total is 41% lower than the same weekend last year, which is a decline you normally only see when there is a misalignment in holidays. Unfortunately, we’ve seen a similar decline several times in recent weeks. Year-to-date, 2017 has pulled in $7.32 billion, which is $490 million or 6.2% less than 2016’s pace. We really need 2017 to put up some wins soon, or we simply won’t be able to turn around the deficit before the end of the year. More...

Weekend Predictions: Will Leap! Make the Box Office Jump for Joy?

August 24th, 2017

Leap!

This will likely be the worst weekend of the year at the box office, at least so far. There’s only one wide release, Leap!, while there are two other films opening “nationwide” that both have a real shot at the top ten, All Saints and Birth of the Dragon. All three films combined might not earn more than $10 million over the weekend. By comparison, this weekend last year, Don’t Breathe opened with $26.41 million. 2017 is going to lose in the year-over-year comparison yet again and we can hardly afford to fall further back. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Hitman Tops Chart with $21.38 million as Summer Closes

August 22nd, 2017

The Hitman’s Bodyguard

The summer is over, but The Hitman’s Bodyguard did well for this time of year earning $21.38 million over the weekend. Logan Lucky was well back opening with just $7.60 million. Overall, the box office fell 18% from last week to just $96 million. This is also 27% lower than the same weekend last year. The top two films this year actually did better than the top two films earned last year, but the depth was just terrible. Year-to-date, 2017 has pulled in $7.21 billion, putting it $430 million or 5.6% lower than last year’s pace. More...

Weekend Estimates: Hitman’s Bodyguard Tops Chart with Solid $21.6 Million

August 20th, 2017

The Hitman’s Bodyguard

We’re at that point in the year when we’ll take what we can get at the box office, and The Hitman’s Bodyguard will deliver according to that lowered metric this weekend with about $21.6 million, according to Lionsgate’s Sunday morning projection. That’s in line with to a little ahead of expectations, but a B+ CinemaScore and mediocre reviews suggest it won’t have substantial legs. For Ryan Reynolds, the opening is ahead of this year’s Life, which debuted with $12.5 million, and well clear of 2015’s Self/Less ($5.4 million). Samuel L. Jackson, meanwhile, appears in such a mess of movies it’s hard to say how this compares to any one of them. More...

Friday Estimates: Bodyguard Hits Its Target with $8.0 million

August 19th, 2017

The Hitman’s Bodyguard

The Hitman’s Bodyguard is giving the late summer box office a bit of a boost, earning $8.0 million on Friday. This is far from a monster opening, but assuming it has average legs, it will become a midlevel hit by the end. This assumption seems safe, as its reviews are only 40% positive, while it earned a B plus from CinemaScore, both of which suggest below average legs; however, the next two weeks are particularly bad when it comes to new releases, so the lack of competition should help out. The film has a better than 50/50 shot at over $20 million over the weekend, but even if it just misses that mark, it is still great for this time of year and Lionsgate should be happy with this result. More...

Thursday Night Previews: Hitman has $1.65 million Night, Logan is not as Lucky

August 18th, 2017

Logan Lucky

The Hitman’s Bodyguard opened with $1.65 million during previews, which is on the high end of expectations. This is good for this time of year, but its reviews suggests its legs will be on the low end of average, so a $16 million opening is the new target. Anything above that will be bode well for its chances for the next couple of weekends when there is little to no competition. The film reportedly cost $30 million to make, so it will need about $55 million domestically for Lionsgate’s share to top that. That’s probably out of reach. On the other hand, it will only need close to $100 million worldwide to break even eventually. This opening night suggests it will get there. More...

Weekend Predictions: Can Hitman Score a Hit? Or has Summer Split?

August 17th, 2017

The Hitman’s Bodyguard

There are a couple of new releases coming out in wide release: The Hitman’s Bodyguard and Logan Lucky. The two films have vastly different Tomatometer Scores, but similar box office potentials. Unfortunately, neither is expected to become a hit and there’s a chance whichever of them earns first place will do so with the lowest box office result of the year so far, currently held by Split’s third weekend of release. If the yearly low record isn’t broken this weekend, it will almost certainly be broken next weekend. This weekend last year, Suicide Squad earned first place with just over $20 million. This is more than any one film will make this weekend. Additionally, there were six films that earned $10 million or more last year, while there are only three that have a shot at that milestone this week. 2017 is going to lose to 2016 yet again. More...

Contest: Lucky Hit

August 11th, 2017

The Hitman’s Bodyguard

There are two wide releases next weekend and it is a bit of a coin toss to determine which one will open in first place. At the moment, Logan Lucky’s early reviews are 100% positive. However, the director, Steven Soderbergh is trying a new release strategy and I don’t know how well that will work. On the other hand, The Hitman’s Bodyguard only has one review and it is 6 out of 10. I suspect a lot of its reviews will be in that range. That said, it is a more traditional release and has louder buzz due to a more aggressive ad campaign. It came down to a coin toss and The Hitman’s Bodyguard won, so it is the 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 The Hitman’s Bodyguard.

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 Ash vs. Evil Dead: Season Two on Blu-ray 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 copy of Ash vs. Evil Dead: Season Two on Blu-ray 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, consisting of a randomly selected previously reviewed TV on DVD release.

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

2017 Preview: August

August 1st, 2017

Annabelle Creation

July is over and we should all be happy about that. Granted, there were some positive results we can talk about. Spider-Man: Homecoming is a huge hit and Despicable Me 3 will pull in a sizable profit before it reaches the home market. There were also a couple of other $100 million hits and a midlevel hit or two; however, overall, 2017 wasn’t able to compete with 2016 and the box office finally lost its lead over last year. 2017 started the summer about $200 million ahead of 2016, but will finish July about $100 million behind last year’s pace. August doesn’t look any better. There are a couple of films that have a reasonable shot at $100 million, The Dark Tower and Annabelle: Creation, as well as a few that should be solid midlevel hits. However, last year we had Sausage Party and Don’t Breathe, both of which nearly hit $100 million, then we had midlevel hits like Pete’s Dragon, Kubo and the Two Strings, and War Dogs. I don’t know if 2017 will be able to compete with that. ... Now some of you are thinking I forgot about Suicide Squad. Trust me, I will never forget that movie. I ignored it to make a point. Even without Suicide Squad, I don’t think 2017 will make up the deficit it has with 2016. With Suicide Squad, it is going to be a disaster. I want to be optimistic, but there’s no evidence to suggest I should be. More...

Logan Lucky Trailer

July 7th, 2017

Comedy starring Channing Tatum, Adam Driver, and Riley Keough, directed by Steven Soderbergh opens August 18 ... Full Movie Details. More...

Domestic Cumulative Box Office Records


Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2017/08/18 3 $7,600,036   3,031 $2,507   $7,600,036 1
2017/08/25 5 $4,241,548 -44% 3,031 $1,399   $14,908,962 2
2017/09/01 5 $4,410,185 +4% 2,975 $1,482   $21,440,672 3
2017/09/08 9 $1,669,875 -62% 2,167 $771   $25,072,116 4
2017/09/15 12 $996,576 -40% 1,401 $711   $26,826,677 5
2017/09/22 21 $257,389 -74% 397 $648   $27,469,870 6
2017/09/29 32 $87,208 -66% 200 $436   $27,644,124 7
2017/10/06 54 $17,653 -80% 61 $289   $27,696,505 8
2017/10/13 61 $10,555 -40% 41 $257   $27,716,430 9
2017/10/20 53 $23,735 +125% 70 $339   $27,744,372 10
2017/10/27 67 $10,947 -54% 45 $243   $27,767,143 11
2017/11/03 70 $5,947 -46% 23 $259   $27,778,124 12

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2017/08/18 3 $2,824,719   3,031 $932   $2,824,719 1
2017/08/19 3 $2,963,626 +5% 3,031 $978   $5,788,345 2
2017/08/20 3 $1,811,691 -39% 3,031 $598   $7,600,036 3
2017/08/21 3 $663,832 -63% 3,031 $219   $8,263,868 4
2017/08/22 3 $1,053,065 +59% 3,031 $347   $9,316,933 5
2017/08/23 4 $684,909 -35% 3,031 $226   $10,001,842 6
2017/08/24 4 $665,572 -3% 3,031 $220   $10,667,414 7
2017/08/25 5 $1,358,215 +104% 3,031 $448   $12,025,629 8
2017/08/26 6 $1,686,382 +24% 3,031 $556   $13,712,011 9
2017/08/27 5 $1,196,951 -29% 3,031 $395   $14,908,962 10
2017/08/28 4 $478,022 -60% 3,031 $158   $15,386,984 11
2017/08/29 4 $709,491 +48% 3,031 $234   $16,096,475 12
2017/08/30 5 $463,191 -35% 3,031 $153   $16,559,666 13
2017/08/31 4 $470,821 +2% 3,031 $155   $17,030,487 14
2017/09/01 5 $1,056,551 +124% 2,975 $355   $18,087,038 15
2017/09/02 5 $1,658,720 +57% 2,975 $558   $19,745,758 16
2017/09/03 6 $1,694,914 +2% 2,975 $570   $21,440,672 17
2017/09/04 6 $1,061,944 -37% 2,975 $357   $22,502,616 18
2017/09/05 4 $397,725 -63% 2,975 $134   $22,900,341 19
2017/09/06 5 $265,192 -33% 2,975 $89   $23,165,533 20
2017/09/07 5 $236,708 -11% 2,975 $80   $23,402,241 21
2017/09/08 9 $507,922 +115% 2,167 $234   $23,910,163 22
2017/09/09 9 $765,343 +51% 2,167 $353   $24,675,506 23
2017/09/10 9 $396,610 -48% 2,167 $183   $25,072,116 24
2017/09/11 6 $176,198 -56% 2,167 $81   $25,248,314 25
2017/09/12 6 $262,500 +49% 2,167 $121   $25,510,814 26
2017/09/13 9 $170,848 -35% 2,167 $79   $25,681,662 27
2017/09/14 9 $148,439 -13% 2,167 $68   $25,830,101 28
2017/09/15 11 $303,554 +104% 1,401 $217   $26,133,655 29
2017/09/16 11 $472,539 +56% 1,401 $337   $26,606,194 30
2017/09/17 13 $220,483 -53% 1,401 $157   $26,826,677 31
2017/09/18 11 $87,382 -60% 1,401 $62   $26,914,059 32
2017/09/19 11 $125,038 +43% 1,401 $89   $27,039,097 33
2017/09/20 11 $92,038 -26% 1,401 $66   $27,131,135 34
2017/09/21 11 $81,346 -12% 1,401 $58   $27,212,481 35
2017/09/22 - $82,928 +2% 397 $209   $27,295,409 36
2017/09/23 - $123,473 +49% 397 $311   $27,418,882 37
2017/09/24 - $50,988 -59% 397 $128   $27,469,870 38
2017/09/25 - $20,198 -60% 397 $51   $27,490,068 39
2017/09/26 - $28,697 +42% 397 $72   $27,518,765 40
2017/09/27 - $21,123 -26% 397 $53   $27,539,888 41
2017/09/28 - $17,028 -19% 397 $43   $27,556,916 42
2017/09/29 - $27,387 +61% 200 $137   $27,584,303 43
2017/09/30 - $39,950 +46% 200 $200   $27,624,253 44
2017/10/01 - $19,871 -50% 200 $99   $27,644,124 45
2017/10/02 - $8,085 -59% 200 $40   $27,652,209 46
2017/10/03 - $11,493 +42% 200 $57   $27,663,702 47
2017/10/04 - $8,493 -26% 200 $42   $27,672,195 48
2017/10/05 - $6,657 -22% 200 $33   $27,678,852 49
2017/10/06 - $5,869 -12% 61 $96   $27,684,721 50
2017/10/07 - $7,746 +32% 61 $127   $27,692,467 51
2017/10/08 - $4,038 -48% 61 $66   $27,696,505 52
2017/10/09 - $2,587 -36% 61 $42   $27,699,092 53
2017/10/10 - $2,520 -3% 61 $41   $27,701,612 54
2017/10/11 - $2,117 -16% 61 $35   $27,703,729 55
2017/10/12 - $2,146 +1% 61 $35   $27,705,875 56
2017/10/13 - $3,903 +82% 41 $95   $27,709,778 57
2017/10/14 - $4,730 +21% 41 $115   $27,714,508 58
2017/10/15 - $1,922 -59% 41 $47   $27,716,430 59
2017/10/16 - $956 -50% 41 $23   $27,717,386 60
2017/10/17 - $1,049 +10% 41 $26   $27,718,435 61
2017/10/18 - $874 -17% 41 $21   $27,719,309 62
2017/10/19 - $1,328 +52% 41 $32   $27,720,637 63
2017/10/20 - $7,475 +463% 70 $107   $27,728,112 64
2017/10/21 - $10,320 +38% 70 $147   $27,738,432 65
2017/10/22 - $5,940 -42% 70 $85   $27,744,372 66
2017/10/23 - $2,575 -57% 70 $37   $27,746,947 67
2017/10/24 - $3,586 +39% 70 $51   $27,750,533 68
2017/10/25 - $2,869 -20% 70 $41   $27,753,402 69
2017/10/26 - $2,794 -3% 70 $40   $27,756,196 70
2017/10/27 - $3,191 +14% 45 $71   $27,759,387 71
2017/10/28 - $4,604 +44% 45 $102   $27,763,991 72
2017/10/29 - $3,152 -32% 45 $70   $27,767,143 73
2017/10/30 - $1,104 -65% 45 $25   $27,768,247 74
2017/10/31 - $1,565 +42% 45 $35   $27,769,812 75
2017/11/01 - $966 -38% 45 $21   $27,770,778 76
2017/11/02 - $1,399 +45% 45 $31   $27,772,177 77
2017/11/03 - $2,051 +47% 23 $89   $27,774,228 78
2017/11/04 - $2,870 +40% 23 $125   $27,777,098 79
2017/11/05 - $1,026 -64% 23 $45   $27,778,124 80
2017/11/06 - $518 -50% 23 $23   $27,778,642 81

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2017/08/18 3 $10,667,414   3,031 $3,519   $10,667,414 1
2017/08/25 5 $6,363,073 -40% 3,031 $2,099   $17,030,487 2
2017/09/01 6 $6,371,754 n/c 2,975 $2,142   $23,402,241 3
2017/09/08 9 $2,427,860 -62% 2,167 $1,120   $25,830,101 4
2017/09/15 11 $1,382,380 -43% 1,401 $987   $27,212,481 5
2017/09/22 21 $344,435 -75% 397 $868   $27,556,916 6
2017/09/29 34 $121,936 -65% 200 $610   $27,678,852 7
2017/10/06 56 $27,023 -78% 61 $443   $27,705,875 8
2017/10/13 61 $14,762 -45% 41 $360   $27,720,637 9
2017/10/20 51 $35,559 +141% 70 $508   $27,756,196 10
2017/10/27 64 $15,981 -55% 45 $355   $27,772,177 11

Box Office Summary Per Territory

Territory Release
Date
Opening
Weekend
Opening
Weekend
Theaters
Maximum
Theaters
Theatrical
Engagements
Total
Box Office
Report
Date
Australia 8/18/2017 $725,324 302 302 921 $1,548,797 9/21/2017
Bulgaria 9/8/2017 $10,499 0 0 0 $32,022 10/19/2017
Czech Republic 9/1/2017 $57,759 77 77 208 $147,891 10/4/2017
Italy 5/10/2018 $0000$0
Japan 11/18/2017 $532,031 304 306 1143 $1,924,171 12/19/2017
Lithuania 9/29/2017 $21,347 106 106 142 $44,657 1/15/2018
Netherlands 8/25/2017 $172,274 103 104 401 $553,907 9/25/2017
New Zealand 8/18/2017 $103,645 84 84 292 $239,203 9/11/2017
Portugal 9/8/2017 $70,744 56 56 154 $164,632 10/11/2017
Russia (CIS) 9/7/2017 $830,917 616 621 1496 $1,685,434 10/16/2017
Slovakia 9/1/2017 $40,295 60 60 126 $90,817 9/26/2017
South Korea 2/25/2018 $356 1 257 279 $170,323 4/3/2018
Spain 10/13/2017 $140,993 151 151 297 $386,648 10/26/2017
Turkey 8/25/2017 $48,813 216 216 381 $150,143 9/11/2017
United Kingdom 8/25/2017 $907,682 482 532 1755 $4,355,116 9/21/2017
 
International Total$11,493,761 4/3/2018

International Cumulative Box Office Records


Worldwide Cumulative Box Office Records


Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
12/3/20171735,818 35,818$608,548$608,5483
12/24/20172731,935 98,687$319,031$1,324,1116

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
12/3/2017846,490 46,490$839,605$839,6053
12/10/20171814,944-68% 61,434$266,897$1,106,5024

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