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Loving (2016)

Loving
Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $7,710,234Details
International Box Office $5,196,195Details
Worldwide Box Office $12,906,429
Home Market Performance
Est. Domestic DVD Sales $1,588,481 Details
Est. Domestic Blu-ray Sales $519,866 Details
Total Est. Domestic Video Sales $2,108,347
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  5. Video Sales
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  7. Cast & Crew
  8. Trailer

Synopsis

Celebrates the real-life courage and commitment of an interracial couple, Richard and Mildred Loving, who married and then spent the next nine years fighting for the right to live as a family in their hometown. Their civil rights case, Loving v. Virginia, went all the way to the Supreme Court, which in 1967 reaffirmed the very foundation of the right to marry — making their love story an inspiration to couples everywhere.

Metrics

Latest Ranking on Cumulative Box Office Lists

RecordRankAmount
All Time Domestic Box Office (Rank 5,201-5,300) 5,243 $7,710,234
All Time International Box Office (Rank 4,201-4,300) 4,297 $5,196,195
All Time Worldwide Box Office (Rank 5,501-5,600) 5,512 $12,906,429
All Time Domestic Highest Grossing Limited Release Movies (Rank 301-400) 362 $7,710,234

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


Movie Details

Production Budget:$9,000,000
Domestic Releases: November 4th, 2016 (Limited) by Focus Features
International Releases: January 20th, 2017 (Wide) (Spain)
February 3rd, 2017 (Wide) (United Kingdom)
February 18th, 2017 (Wide), released as LOVING (South Korea)
February 22nd, 2017 (Wide) (Netherlands)
March 10th, 2017 (Wide) (Australia)
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Video Release: January 24th, 2017 by Focus Features
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for thematic elements.
(Rating bulletin 2426 (Cert #50321), 5/25/2016)
Running Time: 123 minutes
Comparisons: vs. Hidden Figures
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Keywords: Interracial Romance, Civil Rights Movement, 1960s, 1950s, Virginia, Washington, D.C., Supreme Court
Source:Based on Real Life Events
Genre:Drama
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Dramatization
Production Companies: Focus Features, Raindog Films, Big Beach, Augusta Films, Tri State Pictures
Production Countries: United States

Ranking on other Records and Milestones

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Date
Days In
Release
Top 2016 Theater Average 9 $39,904 Nov 4, 2016 3

Cast

   Richard Loving
   Mildred Loving
Marton Csokas    Sheriff Brooks
Nick Kroll    Bernie Cohen
Michael Shannon    Grey Villet
Jon Bass    Phil Hirschkop
Bill Camp    Frank Beazely
Terri Abney    Garnet Jeter
Alano Miller    Raymond Green
Christopher Mann    Theoliver
Will Dalton    Virgil
Dean Mumford    Drag Race Driver
Chris Greene    Percy
Benjamin Booker    Shotgun Shack Musician #1
Justin Robinson    Shotgun Shack Musician #2
Dennis Williams    Shotgun Shack Musician #3
Keith Tyree    Bricklayer
Sharon Blackwood    Lola
Rebecca Turner    Pregnant Girl
Michael Shiflett    Magistrate
Winter Lee Holland    Musiel
Karen Vicks    Clara the Cashier
Lance Lemon    Cousin Davis
Marquis Adonis Hazelwood    Cousin Gerald
Greg Cooper    County Jailer
Michael Abbott Jr    Deputy
Robert Haulbrook    County Clerk
Bridget Gethins    Court Secretary
David Jensen    Judge Bazile
Andrene Ward-Hammond    Laura
Jevin Crochrell    Sidney (Middle)
Jordan Williams Jr    Donald (Middle)

Production and Technical Credits

Director   
Screenwriter    Jeff Nichols
Producer    Ged Doherty
Producer    Sarah Green
Producer    Nancy Buirski
Producer    Colin Firth
Producer    Peter Saraf
Producer    Marc Turtletaub
Executive Producer    Brian Kavanaugh-Jones
Executive Producer    Jack Turner
Executive Producer    Jared Ian Goldman
Director of Photography    Adam Stone
Production Designer    Chad Keith
Editor    Julie Monroe
Costume Designer    Erin Benach
Composer    David Wingo
Casting Director    Francine Maisler
Location Casting    Erica Arvold
Location Casting    Anne Chapman
Unit Production Manager    Will Greenfield
Unit Production Manager    Sarah Green
First Assistant Director    Cas Donovan
Second Assistant Director    Tommy Martin
Make up    Julia Lallas
Make up    Katie Middleton
Hairstylist    Kenneth Walker
Hairstylist    Elizabeth Paschall
Costume Supervisor    Jonny Pray
Special Effects Coordinator    Gary Pilkinton
Location Manager    Colleen Gibbons
Score Mixer    Satoshi Mark Noguchi
Visual Effects Producer    Phil Crowe

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Domestic Cumulative Box Office Records


Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2016/11/04 27 $159,615   4 $39,904   $159,615 1
2016/11/11 16 $512,842 +221% 46 $11,149   $721,033 2
2016/11/18 15 $869,430 +70% 137 $6,346   $1,752,518 3
2016/11/25 11 $1,695,328 +95% 421 $4,027   $4,072,055 4
2016/12/02 13 $968,746 -43% 446 $2,172   $5,563,912 5
2016/12/09 16 $633,993 -35% 572 $1,108   $6,576,255 6
2016/12/16 19 $217,182 -66% 396 $548   $7,111,424 7
2016/12/23 29 $67,169 -69% 75 $896   $7,324,237 8
2016/12/30 32 $73,267 +9% 81 $905   $7,482,608 9
2017/01/06 38 $47,260 -35% 65 $727   $7,592,362 10
2017/01/13 40 $30,543 -35% 41 $745   $7,653,978 11
2017/01/20 47 $16,422 -46% 33 $498   $7,696,098 12

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2016/11/04 - $55,002   4 $13,751   $55,002 1
2016/11/05 - $67,330 +22% 4 $16,833   $122,332 2
2016/11/06 - $37,283 -45% 4 $9,321   $159,615 3
2016/11/07 - $12,613 -66% 4 $3,153   $172,228 4
2016/11/08 - $7,997 -37% 4 $1,999   $180,225 5
2016/11/09 - $10,962 +37% 4 $2,741   $191,187 6
2016/11/10 - $17,004 +55% 4 $4,251   $208,191 7
2016/11/11 - $167,336 +884% 46 $3,638   $375,527 8
2016/11/12 - $221,282 +32% 46 $4,810   $596,809 9
2016/11/13 15 $124,224 -44% 46 $2,701   $721,033 10
2016/11/14 15 $40,053 -68% 46 $871   $761,086 11
2016/11/15 - $41,745 +4% 46 $908   $802,831 12
2016/11/16 15 $41,250 -1% 46 $897   $844,081 13
2016/11/17 14 $39,007 -5% 46 $848   $883,088 14
2016/11/18 15 $235,323 +503% 137 $1,718   $1,118,411 15
2016/11/19 14 $386,855 +64% 137 $2,824   $1,505,266 16
2016/11/20 14 $247,252 -36% 137 $1,805   $1,752,518 17
2016/11/21 15 $91,473 -63% 137 $668   $1,843,991 18
2016/11/22 - $96,780 +6% 137 $706   $1,940,771 19
2016/11/23 12 $229,767 +137% 421 $546   $2,170,538 20
2016/11/24 13 $206,189 -10% 421 $490   $2,376,727 21
2016/11/25 11 $614,802 +198% 421 $1,460   $2,991,529 22
2016/11/26 11 $673,365 +10% 421 $1,599   $3,664,894 23
2016/11/27 11 $407,161 -40% 421 $967   $4,072,055 24
2016/11/28 12 $118,233 -71% 421 $281   $4,190,288 25
2016/11/29 12 $153,985 +30% 421 $366   $4,344,273 26
2016/11/30 12 $126,800 -18% 421 $301   $4,471,073 27
2016/12/01 11 $124,093 -2% 421 $295   $4,595,166 28
2016/12/02 13 $276,261 +123% 446 $619   $4,871,427 29
2016/12/03 13 $439,683 +59% 446 $986   $5,311,110 30
2016/12/04 13 $252,802 -43% 446 $567   $5,563,912 31
2016/12/05 13 $85,964 -66% 446 $193   $5,649,876 32
2016/12/06 13 $118,196 +37% 446 $265   $5,768,072 33
2016/12/07 14 $92,067 -22% 446 $206   $5,860,139 34
2016/12/08 14 $82,123 -11% 446 $184   $5,942,262 35
2016/12/09 - $184,420 +125% 572 $322   $6,126,682 36
2016/12/10 - $279,799 +52% 572 $489   $6,406,481 37
2016/12/11 - $169,774 -39% 572 $297   $6,576,255 38
2016/12/12 - $73,878 -56% 572 $129   $6,650,133 39
2016/12/13 - $99,389 +35% 572 $174   $6,749,522 40
2016/12/14 - $79,791 -20% 572 $139   $6,829,313 41
2016/12/15 15 $64,929 -19% 572 $114   $6,894,242 42
2016/12/16 - $59,776 -8% 396 $151   $6,954,018 43
2016/12/17 - $86,024 +44% 396 $217   $7,040,042 44
2016/12/18 - $71,382 -17% 396 $180   $7,111,424 45
2016/12/19 - $42,347 -41% 396 $107   $7,153,771 46
2016/12/20 - $48,684 +15% 396 $123   $7,202,455 47
2016/12/21 - $25,711 -47% 396 $65   $7,228,166 48
2016/12/22 - $28,902 +12% 396 $73   $7,257,068 49
2016/12/23 - $27,430 -5% 112 $245   $7,284,498 50
2016/12/24 - $20,199 -26% 112 $180   $7,304,697 51
2016/12/25 - $19,540 -3% 75 $261   $7,324,237 52
2016/12/26 - $25,750 +32% 75 $343   $7,349,987 53
2016/12/27 - $19,833 -23% 75 $264   $7,369,820 54
2016/12/28 - $19,718 -1% 75 $263   $7,389,538 55
2016/12/29 - $19,803 n/c 75 $264   $7,409,341 56
2016/12/30 - $24,027 +21% 81 $297   $7,433,368 57
2016/12/31 - $22,740 -5% 81 $281   $7,456,108 58
2017/01/01 - $26,500 +17% 81 $327   $7,482,608 59
2017/01/02 - $25,361 -4% 81 $313   $7,507,969 60
2017/01/03 - $12,508 -51% 81 $154   $7,520,477 61
2017/01/04 - $11,893 -5% 81 $147   $7,532,370 62
2017/01/05 - $12,732 +7% 81 $157   $7,545,102 63
2017/01/06 - $13,240 +4% 65 $204   $7,558,342 64
2017/01/07 - $20,265 +53% 65 $312   $7,578,607 65
2017/01/08 - $13,755 -32% 65 $212   $7,592,362 66
2017/01/09 - $5,611 -59% 65 $86   $7,597,973 67
2017/01/10 - $6,053 +8% 65 $93   $7,604,026 68
2017/01/11 - $10,067 +66% 65 $155   $7,614,093 69
2017/01/12 - $9,342 -7% 65 $144   $7,623,435 70
2017/01/13 - $7,274 -22% 41 $177   $7,630,709 71
2017/01/14 - $12,212 +68% 41 $298   $7,642,921 72
2017/01/15 - $11,057 -9% 41 $270   $7,653,978 73
2017/01/16 - $12,110 +10% 41 $295   $7,666,088 74
2017/01/17 - $3,797 -69% 41 $93   $7,669,885 75
2017/01/18 - $6,762 +78% 41 $165   $7,676,647 76
2017/01/19 - $3,029 -55% 41 $74   $7,679,676 77
2017/01/20 - $4,268 +41% 33 $129   $7,683,944 78
2017/01/21 - $6,191 +45% 33 $188   $7,690,135 79
2017/01/22 - $5,963 -4% 33 $181   $7,696,098 80
2017/01/23 - $1,316 -78% 33 $40   $7,697,414 81
2017/01/24 - $2,807 +113% 33 $85   $7,700,221 82
2017/01/25 - $4,259 +52% 33 $129   $7,704,480 83
2017/01/26 - $5,754 +35% 33 $174   $7,710,234 84

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2016/11/04 28 $208,191   4 $52,048   $208,191 1
2016/11/11 16 $674,897 +224% 46 $14,672   $883,088 2
2016/11/18 16 $1,493,639 +121% 421 $3,548   $2,376,727 3
2016/11/25 11 $2,218,439 +49% 421 $5,269   $4,595,166 4
2016/12/02 13 $1,347,096 -39% 446 $3,020   $5,942,262 5
2016/12/09 16 $951,980 -29% 572 $1,664   $6,894,242 6
2016/12/16 22 $362,826 -62% 396 $916   $7,257,068 7
2016/12/23 30 $152,273 -58% 75 $2,030   $7,409,341 8
2016/12/30 31 $135,761 -11% 81 $1,676   $7,545,102 9
2017/01/06 33 $78,333 -42% 65 $1,205   $7,623,435 10
2017/01/13 38 $56,241 -28% 41 $1,372   $7,679,676 11
2017/01/20 45 $30,558 -46% 33 $926   $7,710,234 12

Box Office Summary Per Territory

Territory Release
Date
Opening
Weekend
Opening
Weekend
Theaters
Maximum
Theaters
Theatrical
Engagements
Total
Box Office
Report
Date
Australia 3/10/2017 $1,907 11 42 301 $446,384 5/22/2017
Germany 6/15/2017 $0 0 3 7 $227,620 12/7/2017
Italy 3/17/2017 $162,283 0 0 0 $256,336 3/29/2017
Netherlands 2/22/2017 $37,971 27 27 79 $102,368 3/15/2017
New Zealand 3/17/2017 $9,960 11 22 115 $65,139 5/8/2017
South Korea 2/18/2017 $0 0 149 159 $71,080 4/19/2017
Spain 1/20/2017 $106,833 129 129 309 $303,054 3/3/2017
United Kingdom 2/3/2017 $295,294 189 189 189 $295,294 2/8/2017
 
Rest of World $3,428,920
 
International Total$5,196,195 12/7/2017

International Cumulative Box Office Records


Worldwide Cumulative Box Office Records


Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
2/12/20171018,314 18,314$330,385$330,3853
2/19/20173013,609-26% 31,923$244,418$574,8024
3/5/20172310,402 52,589$186,820$945,9646

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
2/12/2017185,648 5,648$129,852$129,8523

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