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London Has Fallen (2016)

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Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $62,524,260Details
International Box Office $131,333,702Details
Worldwide Box Office $193,857,962
Home Market Performance
Est. Domestic DVD Sales $7,408,405 Details
Est. Domestic Blu-ray Sales $9,990,886 Details
Total Est. Domestic Video Sales $17,399,291
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Synopsis

In London for the Prime Minister’s funeral, Mike Banning discovers a plot to assassinate all the attending world leaders.

Metrics

Latest Ranking on Cumulative Box Office Lists

RecordRankAmount
All Time Domestic Box Office (Rank 1,201-1,300) 1,279 $62,524,260
All Time International Box Office (Rank 601-700) 639 $131,333,702
All Time Worldwide Box Office (Rank 701-800) 776 $193,857,962
All Time Domestic Box Office for R Movies (Rank 301-400) 352 $62,524,260
All Time International Box Office for R Movies (Rank 101-200) 120 $131,333,702
All Time Worldwide Box Office for R Movies (Rank 101-200) 169 $193,857,962

See the Box Office tab (Domestic) and International tab (International and Worldwide) for more Cumulative Box Office Records.


Movie Details

Production Budget:$60,000,000
Domestic Releases: March 4th, 2016 (Wide) by Focus Features
International Releases: March 2nd, 2016 (Wide) (Belgium)
March 2nd, 2016 (Wide) (France)
March 3rd, 2016 (Wide) (Greece)
March 3rd, 2016 (Wide) (Hong Kong)
March 3rd, 2016 (Wide) (Iraq)
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Video Release: May 31st, 2016 by Universal Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: R for strong violence and language throughout.
(Rating bulletin 2413 (Cert #49180), 2/24/2016)
Running Time: 99 minutes
Franchise: Olympus Has Fallen
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Keywords: London, United Kingdom, Political Assassination, Terrorism, Secret Service Agent
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Action
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: Nu Image, Millennium Films
Production Countries: United States

Ranking on other Records and Milestones

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Date
Days In
Release
Top Focus Features Weekend Domestic 2 $21,635,601 Mar 4, 2016 3

Leading Cast

   Mike Banning
   Benjamin Asher
   VP Trumbull

Supporting Cast

Alon Aboutboul    Aamir Barkawi
Angela Bassett    Lynne Jacobs
Robert Forster    General Edward Clegg
Melissa Leo    DS Ruth McMillan
Radha Mitchell    Leah Banning
Jackie Earle Haley    DC Mason
Sean O'Bryan    NSA Ray Monroe
Charlotte Riley    MI6 Jacqueline Marshall
Waleed Zuaiter    Kamran Barkawi
Adel Bencherif    Raza Mansoor
Mehdi Dehbi    Sultan Mansoor
Shivani Ghai    Amal Mansoor
Martin Petrushev    UAV Reaper Pilot
Owen Davis    Jsoc Officer
Michael Wildman    Agent Voight
Stacy Shane    Stern-Faced Advisor
Penny Downie    HS Rose Kenter
Clarkson Guy Williams    PM Leighton
Patrick Kennedy    MI5 Intel John Lancaster
Colin Salmon    Chief Hazard
Deborah Grant    Doris
Andrew Pleavin    Agent Bronson
Nancy Baldwin    Chancellor Bruckner
Madison Lowry    Young Girl
Nigel Whitmey    Bowman
Julia Montgomery Brown    Bowman's Wife
Tsuwayuki Saotome    Nakushima
Sadao Ueda    Driver
Alex Giannini    Antoni Gusto
Elsa Mollien    Viviana Gusto
Philip Delancy    Jacques Mainard
Jean Baptiste Fillon    Steward
Kemi Bo Jacobs    Intel Officer
Simon Harrison    Intel Officer 2/Technician
Simon Connolly    Marine One Pilot 1
Scott Sparrow    Marine One Pilot 2
Ginny Holder    EMT/MED Dept. Head
Terence Beesley    Fire Dept. Head
Bryan Larkin    SAS SGT
Terence Randall    Met Police Colleague
Joe Fidler    Agent Henderson
Boian Anev    This Bad Guy
Nikesh Patel    Pradhan
Julian Kostov    Aide
Lucy Newman-Williams    Aide

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

Production and Technical Credits

   Director
Creighton Rothenberger    Screenwriter
Katrin Benedikt    Screenwriter
Christian Gudegast    Screenwriter
Chad St. John    Screenwriter
Creighton Rothenberger    Story by
Katrin Benedikt    Story by
Creighton Rothenberger    Based on Characters Created by
Katrin Benedikt    Based on Characters Created by
Gerard Butler    Producer
Alan Siegel    Producer
Mark Gill    Producer
John Thompson    Producer
Matt O'Toole    Producer
Les Weldon    Producer
Avi Lerner    Executive Producer
Trevor Short    Executive Producer
Boaz Davidson    Executive Producer
Christine Otal Crow*    Executive Producer
Heidi Jo Markel    Executive Producer
Zygi Kamasa    Executive Producer
Guy Avshalom    Executive Producer
Ed Wild    Director of Photography
Joel Collins    Production Designer
Peter Heslop    Co-Producer
Paul Martin Smith    Editor
Michael Duthie    Editor
Stephanie Collie    Costume Designer
Trevor Morris    Composer
Elaine Grainger    Casting Director
Sean Farrow    Senior Visual Effects Supervisor
Vesselin Karadjov    Line Producer-Bulgaria
Valentin Dimitrov    Line Producer-Bulgaria
Samantha Waite    Unit Production Manager
Alison Banks    Unit Production Manager
Ben Burt    First Assistant Director
Paul Taylor    Second Assistant Director
Stewart Hamilton    Second Assistant Director
Lonnie Ramati    Co-Executive Producer
Danielle Robinson    Co-Producer
Daniel Kaslow    Associate Producer
Amar Ingreji    Associate Editor
Anna James    Visual Effects Producer
Jeanette Haley    Post-Production Supervisor
Beverley Winston    Script Supervisor
Bill Crutcher    Supervising Art Director-U.K.
Kess Bonnett    Supervising Art Director-Bulgaria
Robyn Paiba    Senior Art Director
Caroline Barclay    Art Director
Nick Dent    Art Director
Rebecca Milton    Art Director
Emil Gigov    Art Director-Bulgaria
Ivan Ranghelov    Art Director-Bulgaria
Nikolay Nikolov    Set Designer
Stefan Manchev    Set Designer
Ivaylo Nikolov    Set Designer
Aleksandar Lozanov    Set Designer
Vasil Vasilev    Set Designer
Vladimir Lozanov    Set Designer
Aleksey Karagyaur    Set Designer
Richard Roberts    Set Decorator
Vladimir Kaloyanov    Sound Mixer
Beth Lewis    Costume Supervisor
Anna Gelinova    Costume Supervisor
Lynda Armstrong    Make-up and Hair Designer
Sofi Hvarleva    Make up-Bulgaria
Mark Meddings    Special Effects Supervisor
Ivo Jivkov    Special Effects Supervisor
Jivko Chakarov    Post Production Supervisor-Bulgaria
Lee Walpole    Supervising Sound Editor
Lee Walpole    Sound Designer
Jeff Richardson    Supervising Dialogue & ADR Editor
Joel Beal    Sound Effects Editor
Jim Goddard    Sound Effects Editor
Chris David    Re-recording Mixer
Stuart Hilliker    Re-recording Mixer
Steve Griffin    Second Unit Director
Steve Griffin    Stunt Coordinator
Diyan Hristov    Stunt Coordinator-Bulgaria
Borislav Iliev    Stunt Coordinator-Fight Choreographer
Trayan Milenov Troy    Fight Choreographer

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

Home Market Releases for June 14th, 2016

June 14th, 2016

Hello, My Name is Doris

It is a much slower week than it was last time. In fact, the only two reviews this week were for releases that came out last week. That doesn't mean we don't have any good releases and there are a few contenders for Pick of the Week. Of these, Hello, My Name is Doris is the one I'm most interested in buying and the Blu-ray, while not loaded with extras, is the Pick of the Week. I'm also giving an honorary Puck of the Week to Dark Matter: Season 1, which is a Canadian Sci-fi series.

(On a side note, Amazon's list of new releases is a mess with a bunch of Game of Thrones and Star Trek titles, most of which don't even have images. This made sorting through the new releases a lot harder.) More...

Home Market Releases for May 31st, 2016

May 29th, 2016

Veggies Tales

It's a big week for first-run releases with four such films coming out. However, none of them are top-notch releases. Race is the best, but even then it is only worth a rental. Sadly, none of the limited releases, TV on DVD releases, catalog releases, etc. are really big releases either. Hello, My Name is Doris is a great movie, but it is only coming out on Video on Demand this week. I'm going with Veggie Tales: And Now It's Time for Silly Songs with Larry: The Complete Collection on DVD as the Pick of the Week. It really is a slow week for new releases. More...

International Box Office: Jungle Book Mauls the Competition with $136.1 million

April 21st, 2016

The Jungle Book

The Jungle Book roared to first place with $136.1 million in 49 markets for very early totals of $187.4 million internationally and $290.7 million worldwide. This includes a first-place, $49.26 million opening in China. It also dominated the chart in the U.K. with $14.80 million in 594 theaters. It also opened in first place in France ($7,99 million on 653 screens) and Germany ($5.13 million on 934). These openings are great, but not as great as its domestic debut. Then again, its domestic debut was stunning. More...

International Box Office: Batman v Superman Maintains First Place with $31.92 million

April 15th, 2016

Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice

Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice earned first place with $31.92 million in 67 theaters for totals of $486.8 million internationally and $783.4 million worldwide. At this pace, the film will hit $800 million early this weekend, but it looks like $900 million might be out of reach. This is bad news for the studio, as the film reportedly needed to hit $1 billion to break even. On other other hand, if the other films in the D.C. Extended Universe are good, then each time one of them comes out, BvS will gets a small boost on the home market. Maybe that will be enough to break even eventually. More...

Thursday Night Previews: The Boss, Henry Don't Have Hardcore Starts

April 8th, 2016

The Boss

The Boss pulled in $985,000 during its previews last night. This is below the $1.3 million earned by Tammy in 2014 and a little lower than the $1.08 million My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2 opened with a few weeks ago. The all three films earned similar reviews. This isn't terrible, but it does make matching our predictions harder. More...

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

March 23rd, 2016

Zootopia

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...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Zootopia Doubles The Competition with $51.34 Million

March 15th, 2016

Zootopia

The weekend box office was mostly positive with both Zootopia and 10 Cloverfield Lane finishing on the very high end of expectations over the weekend. On the other hand, the less said about the other new wide releases the better. Overall, the box office fell from last weekend, down 17% to $135 million, but that's not a bad decline after Zootopia's monster opening. Compared to last year, the box office was up 2.5%, which isn't a great improvement, but any win now increases the chances 2016 will remain competitive with 2015 when we reach the point that Furious 7, The Avengers: Age of Ultron, and Jurassic World opened last year. Speaking of the year-over-year comparison, 2016's lead over 2015 slipped to 8.7% at $2.15 billion to $1.98 billion. That is still an impressive lead and one that will hopefully grow by the end of the month. More...

Weekend Predictions: Clover Will Need Lots of Luck to Win Box Office Race

March 10th, 2016

10 Cloverfield Lane

There are four widish releases coming out this week, but only two of them are opening truly wide, while only one of them has any real box office power. That film is 10 Cloverfield Lane, which is the pseudo-sequel to Cloverfield. Very few people think it will match its predecessor, but it should open in a solid second place. That leaves Zootopia in the perfect spot to repeat on the top of the box office chart. This weekend last year, Cinderella led the way with $67.88 million. This is more than any one single film will make this year. However, the second biggest hit of last year was Run All Night at barely more than $11 million and no other film earned substantially more than $6 million. Perhaps the depth from 2016 will help it win in the year-over-year comparison. I'm not overly bullish that will happen, but we can't rule it out either. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Zootopia Wins Weekend With Record-breaking Result of $75.06 million

March 8th, 2016

Zootopia

As expected Zootopia dominated the weekend box office earning $75.06 million. This is half of what The Hunger Games opened with, but it was still the fifth Biggest March Opening. It also broke a couple of smaller records, but more on that down below. Second place went to London Has Fallen, but it was way, way back with just $21.64 million. This is terrible for a film that cost more than $100 million to make. Overall, the box office was $159 million. This is 41% more than last weekend and 77% more than the same weekend last year. 2016's lead over 2015 rose to just a hair under 10% at $1.97 billion to $1.79 billion. Granted, by this time in 2015, none of the year's $1 billion hits had been released, so things can change rapidly, but this is still a great start so far. More...

Weekend Estimates: Zootopia Starts March with $73.7 Million

March 6th, 2016

Zootopia

Buoyed by excellent reviews and limited competition, Zootopia will launch this weekend to a huge $73.7 million, the fourth-best weekend in March and best-ever weekend for Walt Disney Animation Studios, ahead of Frozen’s second weekend back in 2013. With a 93% favorability score among audiences, and an A CinemaScore, the film should enjoy long legs going into the Easter season. Aside from The Little Prince (which is expected to open in limited release), Zootopia doesn’t have much competition from other family films until The Jungle Book opens on April 15. It’s already shaping up to be another good year at the box office for Disney. More...

Thursday Night Previews: Zootopia Hopps to the Top - Update

March 4th, 2016

Zootopia

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 Predictions: Zootopia Hopes to Have a Wild Debut

March 4th, 2016

Zootopia

March begins with three wide releases and there is a potential record-breaker in that list, sort of. Zootopia isn't going to challenge The Hunger Games for Biggest March Opening, but it has a good shot at topping The Lorax for biggest opening for an animated film in March. London Has Fallen needs to make close to $30 million this weekend, if it is to have any real shot at breaking even any time soon. This isn't going to happen. Meanwhile, Whiskey Tango Foxtrot is just hoping to come close to $10 million over the weekend. This weekend last year, the box office was led by Chappie with just $13.35 million. Zootopia will earn way more than that on opening night. It should be a great weekend for 2016 in the year-over-year comparison. More...

2016 Preview: March

March 1st, 2016

Zootopia

It's March 1st, which is not only the beginning of the month, but also Super Tuesday. If you are not American and don't pay attention to American politics, Super Tuesday is sort of like the Oscar night of the primary season. I was going to write about my predictions, but it looks like the race is about to be over. On the Republicans side, if Trump gets more than 50% of the delegates, then he has won. It will be too late to stop him. If he gets less than 40%, then it becomes a real race again. If the polling is correct, then he will get closer to 50% than 40%. On the Democratic side, Sanders needs at least 45% of the delegates, or it is over for him. Anything less than that and Hillary Clinton will have too big a lead to overcome. If the South Carolina result is an indicator, Hillary Clinton could get two-thirds of the delegates awarded tonight.

As for the box office, February was amazing, thanks to Deadpool's record-breaking opening and better than expected legs. The month ended with 2016 being nearly 4% higher than 2015's pace. Additionally, there are some big releases coming out this month with both Zootopia and Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice looking to get more than $200 million, while Allegiant should hit $100 million. Last March, there were also three films that earned more than $100 million, but only one $200 million hit, Cinderella. It should be a really close race between 2016 and 2015. More...

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Domestic Cumulative Box Office Records


Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2016/03/04 2 $21,635,601   3,490 $6,199   $21,635,601 1
2016/03/11 4 $10,836,078 -50% 3,492 $3,103   $39,018,130 2
2016/03/18 6 $6,848,377 -37% 3,011 $2,274   $50,044,197 3
2016/03/25 8 $3,027,568 -56% 2,173 $1,393   $55,716,425 4
2016/04/01 12 $1,894,718 -37% 1,510 $1,255   $59,070,690 5
2016/04/08 16 $965,814 -49% 914 $1,057   $60,755,927 6
2016/04/15 20 $302,004 -69% 436 $693   $61,401,210 7
2016/04/22 26 $185,379 -39% 255 $727   $61,715,066 8
2016/04/29 31 $139,042 -25% 178 $781   $61,937,290 9
2016/05/06 35 $87,210 -37% 125 $698   $62,078,881 10
2016/05/13 32 $130,380 +50% 180 $724   $62,245,678 11
2016/05/20 33 $96,246 -26% 139 $692   $62,401,264 12
2016/05/27 34 $51,367 -47% 96 $535   $62,492,183 13

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2016/03/04 2 $7,537,518   3,490 $2,160   $7,537,518 1
2016/03/05 2 $8,515,481 +13% 3,490 $2,440   $16,052,999 2
2016/03/06 2 $5,582,602 -34% 3,490 $1,600   $21,635,601 3
2016/03/07 2 $1,654,414 -70% 3,490 $474   $23,290,015 4
2016/03/08 2 $2,130,561 +29% 3,490 $610   $25,420,576 5
2016/03/09 2 $1,415,206 -34% 3,490 $406   $26,835,782 6
2016/03/10 3 $1,346,270 -5% 3,490 $386   $28,182,052 7
2016/03/11 3 $3,008,224 +123% 3,492 $861   $31,190,276 8
2016/03/12 4 $4,762,868 +58% 3,492 $1,364   $35,953,144 9
2016/03/13 4 $3,064,986 -36% 3,492 $878   $39,018,130 10
2016/03/14 4 $1,009,795 -67% 3,492 $289   $40,027,925 11
2016/03/15 4 $1,346,863 +33% 3,492 $386   $41,374,788 12
2016/03/16 5 $964,751 -28% 3,492 $276   $42,339,539 13
2016/03/17 5 $856,281 -11% 3,492 $245   $43,195,820 14
2016/03/18 6 $1,872,888 +119% 3,011 $622   $45,068,708 15
2016/03/19 6 $3,028,432 +62% 3,011 $1,006   $48,097,140 16
2016/03/20 6 $1,947,057 -36% 3,011 $647   $50,044,197 17
2016/03/21 6 $669,552 -66% 3,011 $222   $50,713,749 18
2016/03/22 6 $830,858 +24% 3,011 $276   $51,544,607 19
2016/03/23 6 $615,629 -26% 3,011 $204   $52,160,236 20
2016/03/24 6 $528,621 -14% 3,011 $176   $52,688,857 21
2016/03/25 8 $975,734 +85% 2,173 $449   $53,664,591 22
2016/03/26 8 $1,183,826 +21% 2,173 $545   $54,848,417 23
2016/03/27 8 $868,008 -27% 2,173 $399   $55,716,425 24
2016/03/28 8 $395,808 -54% 2,173 $182   $56,112,233 25
2016/03/29 8 $416,246 +5% 2,173 $192   $56,528,479 26
2016/03/30 8 $328,698 -21% 2,173 $151   $56,857,177 27
2016/03/31 8 $318,795 -3% 2,173 $147   $57,175,972 28
2016/04/01 12 $542,735 +70% 1,510 $359   $57,718,707 29
2016/04/02 12 $846,266 +56% 1,510 $560   $58,564,973 30
2016/04/03 12 $505,717 -40% 1,510 $335   $59,070,690 31
2016/04/04 12 $161,573 -68% 1,510 $107   $59,232,263 32
2016/04/05 12 $230,041 +42% 1,510 $152   $59,462,304 33
2016/04/06 12 $177,639 -23% 1,510 $118   $59,639,943 34
2016/04/07 12 $150,170 -15% 1,510 $99   $59,790,113 35
2016/04/08 - $254,309 +69% 914 $278   $60,044,422 36
2016/04/09 - $446,269 +75% 914 $488   $60,490,691 37
2016/04/10 - $265,236 -41% 914 $290   $60,755,927 38
2016/04/11 - $82,645 -69% 914 $90   $60,838,572 39
2016/04/12 - $115,762 +40% 914 $127   $60,954,334 40
2016/04/13 - $83,779 -28% 914 $92   $61,038,113 41
2016/04/14 - $61,093 -27% 914 $67   $61,099,206 42
2016/04/15 - $86,651 +42% 436 $199   $61,185,857 43
2016/04/16 - $136,595 +58% 436 $313   $61,322,452 44
2016/04/17 - $78,758 -42% 436 $181   $61,401,210 45
2016/04/18 - $29,096 -63% 436 $67   $61,430,306 46
2016/04/19 - $40,277 +38% 436 $92   $61,470,583 47
2016/04/20 - $29,591 -27% 436 $68   $61,500,174 48
2016/04/21 - $29,513 n/c 436 $68   $61,529,687 49
2016/04/22 - $55,897 +89% 255 $219   $61,585,584 50
2016/04/23 - $83,647 +50% 255 $328   $61,669,231 51
2016/04/24 - $45,835 -45% 255 $180   $61,715,066 52
2016/04/25 - $17,376 -62% 255 $68   $61,732,442 53
2016/04/26 - $26,993 +55% 255 $106   $61,759,435 54
2016/04/27 - $22,170 -18% 255 $87   $61,781,605 55
2016/04/28 - $16,643 -25% 255 $65   $61,798,248 56
2016/04/29 - $39,680 +138% 178 $223   $61,837,928 57
2016/04/30 - $62,896 +59% 178 $353   $61,900,824 58
2016/05/01 - $36,466 -42% 178 $205   $61,937,290 59
2016/05/02 - $13,027 -64% 178 $73   $61,950,317 60
2016/05/03 - $18,184 +40% 178 $102   $61,968,501 61
2016/05/04 - $14,195 -22% 178 $80   $61,982,696 62
2016/05/05 - $8,975 -37% 178 $50   $61,991,671 63
2016/05/06 - $26,026 +190% 125 $208   $62,017,697 64
2016/05/07 - $34,907 +34% 125 $279   $62,052,604 65
2016/05/08 - $26,277 -25% 125 $210   $62,078,881 66
2016/05/09 - $8,864 -66% 125 $71   $62,087,745 67
2016/05/10 - $11,527 +30% 125 $92   $62,099,272 68
2016/05/11 - $8,465 -27% 125 $68   $62,107,737 69
2016/05/12 - $7,561 -11% 125 $60   $62,115,298 70
2016/05/13 - $36,022 +376% 180 $200   $62,151,320 71
2016/05/14 - $56,883 +58% 180 $316   $62,208,203 72
2016/05/15 - $37,475 -34% 180 $208   $62,245,678 73
2016/05/16 - $13,545 -64% 180 $75   $62,259,223 74
2016/05/17 - $19,188 +42% 180 $107   $62,278,411 75
2016/05/18 - $13,367 -30% 180 $74   $62,291,778 76
2016/05/19 - $13,240 -1% 180 $74   $62,305,018 77
2016/05/20 - $26,742 +102% 139 $192   $62,331,760 78
2016/05/21 - $41,211 +54% 139 $296   $62,372,971 79
2016/05/22 - $28,293 -31% 139 $204   $62,401,264 80
2016/05/23 - $9,997 -65% 139 $72   $62,411,261 81
2016/05/24 - $9,947 -1% 139 $72   $62,421,208 82
2016/05/25 - $9,891 -1% 139 $71   $62,431,099 83
2016/05/26 - $9,717 -2% 139 $70   $62,440,816 84
2016/05/27 - $12,018 +24% 96 $125   $62,452,834 85
2016/05/28 - $19,169 +60% 96 $200   $62,472,003 86
2016/05/29 - $20,180 +5% 96 $210   $62,492,183 87
2016/05/30 - $14,733 -27% 96 $153   $62,506,916 88
2016/05/31 - $5,806 -61% 96 $60   $62,512,722 89
2016/06/01 - $5,644 -3% 96 $59   $62,518,366 90
2016/06/02 - $5,894 +4% 96 $61   $62,524,260 91

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2016/03/04 2 $28,182,052   3,490 $8,075   $28,182,052 1
2016/03/11 4 $15,013,768 -47% 3,492 $4,299   $43,195,820 2
2016/03/18 6 $9,493,037 -37% 3,011 $3,153   $52,688,857 3
2016/03/25 8 $4,487,115 -53% 2,173 $2,065   $57,175,972 4
2016/04/01 12 $2,614,141 -42% 1,510 $1,731   $59,790,113 5
2016/04/08 16 $1,309,093 -50% 914 $1,432   $61,099,206 6
2016/04/15 21 $430,481 -67% 436 $987   $61,529,687 7
2016/04/22 26 $268,561 -38% 255 $1,053   $61,798,248 8
2016/04/29 31 $193,423 -28% 178 $1,087   $61,991,671 9
2016/05/06 35 $123,627 -36% 125 $989   $62,115,298 10
2016/05/13 31 $189,720 +53% 180 $1,054   $62,305,018 11
2016/05/20 34 $135,798 -28% 139 $977   $62,440,816 12
2016/05/27 34 $83,444 -39% 96 $869   $62,524,260 13

Box Office Summary Per Territory

Territory Release
Date
Opening
Weekend
Opening
Weekend
Theaters
Maximum
Theaters
Theatrical
Engagements
Total
Box Office
Report
Date
Argentina 4/7/2016 $333,754 51 51 91 $602,472 4/19/2016
Australia 3/18/2016 $1,654,587 218 219 936 $4,282,424 6/9/2016
Austria 3/11/2016 $229,834 52 52 279 $847,167 6/9/2016
Belgium 3/2/2016 $306,053 50 51 185 $1,075,837 6/9/2016
Brazil 4/7/2016 $852,401 278 278 490 $1,557,022 6/9/2016
Bulgaria 3/4/2016 $71,586 37 37 180 $328,262 6/1/2016
Central America 3/17/2016 $31,558 63 63 138 $779,912 4/19/2016
Chile 4/7/2016 $0 0 22 22 $138,322 4/19/2016
China 4/7/2016 $24,510,000 65555 65555 99595 $52,220,000 6/8/2016
Colombia 4/7/2016 $265,337 150 150 150 $265,337 4/12/2016
Croatia 3/17/2016 $44,784 30 31 95 $140,818 4/19/2016
Czech Republic 4/7/2016 $51,681 55 55 124 $116,759 5/5/2016
Denmark 3/31/2016 $0 0 61 61 $367,820 6/9/2016
Ecuador 4/15/2016 $38,503 32 32 32 $38,503 4/19/2016
Finland 4/15/2016 $56,553 45 45 45 $56,553 6/9/2016
France 3/2/2016 $1,174,419 204 204 406 $2,290,641 6/9/2016
Germany 3/10/2016 $893,349 289 323 1644 $3,486,396 6/9/2016
Greece 3/3/2016 $181,660 64 64 158 $818,352 6/9/2016
Hong Kong 3/3/2016 $728,269 42 93 219 $2,183,407 6/9/2016
Hungary 3/10/2016 $134,586 52 52 260 $403,509 4/13/2016
Iceland 3/4/2016 $0 0 5 10 $65,878 3/22/2016
Iraq 3/3/2016 $36,067 4 4 23 $139,466 4/19/2016
Italy 3/3/2016 $1,417,063 337 337 900 $3,190,949 6/9/2016
Kuwait 3/3/2016 $15,412 1 1 2 $22,951 3/15/2016
Lebanon 3/3/2016 $99,789 6 13 47 $859,898 4/19/2016
Lithuania 3/18/2016 $23,888 0 5 5 $72,347 6/9/2016
Malaysia 3/3/2016 $1,270,344 124 124 352 $3,025,750 6/9/2016
Mexico 3/11/2016 $1,944,433 0 765 765 $4,114,913 6/9/2016
Netherlands 3/3/2016 $584,192 87 92 876 $2,940,910 6/9/2016
New Zealand 3/11/2016 $36,908 9 67 264 $602,250 6/9/2016
Norway 3/4/2016 $0 0 9 14 $327,566 6/9/2016
Oman 3/3/2016 $71,981 9 9 23 $224,610 3/29/2016
Peru 3/10/2016 $371,609 113 113 217 $1,114,815 4/12/2016
Philippines 3/3/2016 $711,857 146 146 176 $743,211 4/22/2016
Poland 3/4/2016 $0 0 123 123 $444,713 3/22/2016
Portugal 3/3/2016 $248,900 68 68 445 $1,490,089 6/9/2016
Russia (CIS) 3/17/2016 $1,178,255 966 966 1816 $1,958,120 3/31/2016
Serbia and Montenegro 3/17/2016 $18,480 18 18 35 $60,029 4/19/2016
Singapore 3/3/2016 $577,590 42 44 133 $1,360,646 6/9/2016
Slovakia 4/7/2016 $30,388 57 57 111 $61,624 6/9/2016
Slovenia 3/17/2016 $19,171 17 17 54 $725,930 6/9/2016
South Africa 3/4/2016 $158,012 81 86 254 $932,402 6/9/2016
South Korea 3/10/2016 $1,959,133 523 523 1529 $4,989,750 6/9/2016
Spain 4/8/2016 $919,297 284 290 1115 $3,091,884 6/30/2016
Sweden 3/4/2016 $0 0 79 161 $751,832 6/9/2016
Switzerland 3/10/2016 $0 0 14 14 $596,918 6/9/2016
Taiwan 3/4/2016 $1,187,823 57 58 255 $3,672,026 6/9/2016
Thailand 3/3/2016 $709,040 210 210 429 $1,445,653 4/12/2016
Turkey 3/4/2016 $221,051 170 170 353 $575,035 4/12/2016
United Arab Emirates 3/3/2016 $1,220,812 42 68 181 $3,554,378 4/19/2016
United Kingdom 3/4/2016 $4,594,786 513 518 2735 $15,936,896 6/9/2016
Uruguay 4/7/2016 $14,113 6 7 13 $29,543 4/19/2016
 
Rest of World $211,207
 
International Total$131,333,702 6/30/2016

International Cumulative Box Office Records


Worldwide Cumulative Box Office Records


Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
6/19/20162173,286 173,286$2,689,399$2,689,3993
6/26/2016385,189-51% 258,475$1,276,983$3,966,3824
7/3/2016638,045-55% 296,520$576,382$4,542,7645
7/10/2016738,481+1% 335,001$629,549$5,172,3136
7/17/2016922,346-42% 357,347$379,659$5,551,9717
7/31/20162410,794 377,059$107,832$5,805,3459

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
6/19/20162207,141 207,141$4,231,890$4,231,8903
6/26/2016373,339-65% 280,480$1,503,447$5,735,3374
7/3/2016637,440-49% 317,920$747,310$6,482,6475
7/10/2016435,146-6% 353,067$701,522$7,184,1696
7/17/20161313,888-60% 366,954$277,202$7,461,3717
7/24/2016107,492-46% 374,446$149,538$7,610,9098
7/31/2016926,225+250% 400,672$280,609$7,891,5189
8/7/2016197,314-72% 407,986$130,194$8,021,71210
8/14/2016198,322+14% 416,308$164,613$8,186,32511

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