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Turkey Box Office for Aptallar Çetesi (2016)

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Theatrical Performance (US$)
Turkey Box Office $47,277Details
Worldwide Box Office $30,910,372Details
Home Market Performance
North America DVD Sales $1,492,420 Details
North America Blu-ray Sales $733,929 Details
Total North America Video Sales $2,226,349
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Synopsis

David Ghantt is an uncomplicated man stuck in a monotonous life. Day in and day out he drives an armored vehicle, transporting millions of other people’s money with no escape in sight. The only glimmer of excitement is his flirtatious work crush Kelly Campbell who soon lures him into the scheme of a lifetime. Along with a group of half-brained criminals and an absurdly faulted heist plan, David manages the impossible and makes off with $17 million in cash… only problem is he foolishly hands the money over to this wild group of double crossers and has been set up to take the fall. With the bandits blowing the millions on lavish and ridiculous luxuries, they leave behind a glaring trail of evidence. Now on the lam and in over his head, David must dodge the authorities, evade a hit man, and try to turn the tables on the ones he trusted most.

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Movie Details

Turkey Releases: December 16th, 2016 (Limited), released as Aptallar Çetesi
Video Release: January 17th, 2017 by Fox Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for crude and sexual humor, some language and violence.
(Rating bulletin 2443 (Cert #49883), 9/21/2016)
Running Time: 95 minutes
Keywords: Heist, No Honor Among Thieves
Source:Based on Real Life Events
Genre:Comedy
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Historical Fiction
Production Companies: Relativity Media, Surefire Entertianment Capital, Michaels/Goldwyn
Production Countries: United States

Home Market Releases for January 31st, 2017

January 31st, 2017

Queen of Katwe

It’s a slow week at the top, as there are no new releases that were hits in theaters. That doesn’t mean we have no contenders for Pick of the Week, just that they are smaller films or ones that struggled in theaters. Queen of Katwe is the best of this list and the Blu-ray is the Pick of the Week. More...

Home Market Releases for January 17th, 2017

January 17th, 2017

Long Way North

The are not many major releases on this week’s home market release list. The Girl on the Train is the biggest, but it is not the best. It is not even close to being the best. The race for best was mostly a two-way race between Long Way North and Ouija: Origin of Evil, with Ixcanul and Train to Busan being close behind. In the end, I went with Long Way North on Blu-ray Combo Pack as the Pick of the Week, but all four are worth owning. More...

Weekend Estimates: Jack Reacher No Match for Madea

October 23rd, 2016

Tyler Perry’s Boo! A Madea Halloween

Hollywood has a habit of underestimating Tyler Perry. When Diary of a Mad Black Woman opened back in 2005, it was expected to struggle to make the top 10, and yet finished top of the chart with a $21.9 million weekend. More than eleven years later, he, or perhaps more accurately, Madea, continues to defy tracking models and rack up wins at the box office, with Boo! A Madea Halloween set to top this weekend’s chart with a projected $27.6 million. That’s nearly $5 million better than the debut of Jack Reacher: Never Go Back, which Paramount has coming in at $23 million. More...

Weekend Predictions: Will Reacher Reach the Top?

October 20th, 2016

Ouija: Origin of Evil

It is a busy week as far as wide releases are concerned, although not as busy as we thought it would be at the beginning of the month, as I’m Not Ashamed has dropped to “select cities”. It still has a shot at the top ten, but a slim shot. The biggest release of the week is Jack Reacher: Never Go Back, as it is opening in an estimated 3,800 theaters. However, the buzz is weak and its reviews won’t help either. It will likely struggle to top $20 million. This gives Tyler Perry’s Boo! A Madea Halloween a shot at first place. The best new release of the week is Ouija: Origin of Evil. One would hope a horror film earning 80% positive reviews ten days before Halloween would at least have a shot at first place. We’ll see. Finally there’s Keeping Up with the Joneses. It’s bad and that’s all I need to say about that. There is good news. This weekend last year was a disaster. The biggest wide release was The Last Witch Hunter and it earned less than $11 million. The biggest film was The Martian, which earned under $16 million. We could have two films top $20 million, so 2016 should end the slump it has been in. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Only Girl isn’t a Train Wreck earning $24.54 million

October 11th, 2016

The Girl on the Train

Over the weekend was Columbus Day, or as it is known in more and more places, Indigenous People’s Day. It’s also Thanksgiving Day up here in Canada and it would make more sense for Americans to celebrate Canadian Thanksgiving than Columbus Day. Canadian Thanksgiving is where you give thanks to all the Canadians that make your life better. For example, both Ryan Gosling and Ryan Reynolds are Canadian. Anyhoo... The weekend box office numbers were not buoyed by the semi-holiday on Monday as none of the new releases matched expectations. The Girl on the Train led the way by a wide margin with $24.54 million compared to $15.14 million for Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children. Neither The Birth of a Nation nor Middle School: The Worst Years of My Life made it into the top five. The overall box office fell 9.5% from last weekend dropping to $103 million. That was 13% lower than the same weekend last year. Year-to-date, 2016 has earned $8.64 billion, putting it 4.4% / $370 million ahead of 2015. A couple of more weeks like this and we will have reason to hit the panic button. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Miss Peregrine finds a Home at the top with $28.87 million

October 4th, 2016

Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children

The overall box office was about as strong as expected, as Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children beat expectations by the same amount as Deepwater Horizon missed expectations. This helped the overall box office grow 10% from last weekend to $114 million. However, this is still 24% lower than this weekend last year. Year-to-date, 2016 still has a lead over 2015, but that lead has shrunk to 4.9% or $390 million at $8.50 billion to $8.10 billion. If 2016’s lead falls below $325 million, then we will need to panic. Remember, last year ended with Star Wars: The Force Awakens, which earned $650 million before the end of the year. Rogue One isn’t expected to earn half of that, so 2016 is going to need a $325 million lead or it will need better depth in order to come out ahead. I would prefer the former. More...

Thursday Night Previews: Peregrine Gets a Head Start on Maze Runner with $1.2 million - Update with Masterminds previews

September 30th, 2016

Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children

Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children earned $1.2 million during its Thursday previews, which is just ahead of the $1.1 million earned by The Maze Runner back in 2014. Unfortunately, there’s a question whether we should treat this as a young adult book adaptation, or whether we should treat it as a more gonzo Tim Burton offering. If we go that route, there are no really good comparisons. Dark Shadows earned $550,000, but that was just over four years ago when midnight screenings weren’t standard and far fewer people went overall. Regardless, this is a better start than expected and an opening weekend of $30 million is more likely than it was before. More...

Weekend Predictions: Will September end on a Disastrous Note?

September 29th, 2016

Deepwater Horizon

Three wide releases come out this week: Deepwater Horizon, Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children, and Masterminds. Deepwater Horizon’s reviews are better than expected and that should help it at the box office. Miss Peregrine’s reviews are on the razor’s edge of the overall positive level. Meanwhile, there are not enough reviews to really judge Masterminds, but the early signs don’t look good. This weekend last year was the first weekend of October. The Martian nearly broke the record for biggest October weekend. There’s a chance all three wide releases this week won’t match The Martian’s opening weekend. Add in last year’s depth and there’s almost no chance 2016 will come out ahead on the year-over-year comparison. More...

Contest: Dark Urges

September 23rd, 2016

The Purge: Election Year

Three wide releases are coming out next week. Of the three, Masterminds is by far the weakest and has no real shot at first place. In fact, if it opens above fifth place, I will be surprised. Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children is the widest, but the early reviews for Deepwater Horizon are excellent and I think that will give it the edge at the box office. Because of this, it is 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 Deepwater Horizon.

We have copies of The Purge: The Election as prizes. While the film hit VOD this past Tuesday, we have copies on Blu-ray Combo Pack as prizes.

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 The Purge: The Election on Blu-ray Combo Pack. Whoever comes the closest to predicting the film's opening 3-day weekend box office (Friday to Sunday), without going under, will also win win a copy of The Purge: The Election on Blu-ray Combo Pack. Finally, we will be choosing an entrant from the group of people who haven't won, or haven't won recently, and they will also win The Purge: The Election on Blu-ray Combo Pack.

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

2016 Preview: September

September 1st, 2016

The Magnificent Seven

August continued to pad 2016’s lead over 2015 in the year-over-year comparison. It managed this feat almost entirely due to Suicide Squad, which is on pace to hit $300 million. The next best film was Sausage Party, which might make $100 million, if it gets a push over the top. September won’t be as strong as that. This is no surprise, as the month is one of the biggest dumping grounds on the calendar. That said, studios have been working to make the end of the month a lot more productive and there are a few potential hits. The biggest of these is The Magnificent Seven, which is expected to crack $100 million, maybe even $150 million. Meanwhile, Sully and Storks both have a limited chance at $100 million. Last September, the biggest release of the month was Hotel Transylvania 2 with pulled in $169.70 million. I don’t think The Magnificent Seven will match that, so we might need a surprise $100 million hit for 2016 to come out on top. More...

Because some of our sources provide box office data in their local currency, while we use USD in the graph above and table below, exchange rate fluctuations can have effect on the data causing stronger increases or even decreases of the cumulative box office.

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2016/12/16 14 $25,095   26 $965   $25,095 1
2016/12/23 19 $7,006 -72% 13 $539   $43,448 2

Box Office Summary Per Territory

Territory Release
Date
Opening
Weekend
Opening
Weekend
Theaters
Maximum
Theaters
Theatrical
Engagements
Total
Box Office
Report
Date
Australia 10/14/2016 $466,227 177 177 444 $905,816 11/3/2016
Bulgaria 10/14/2016 $23,011 0 0 0 $114,780 12/28/2016
Czech Republic 10/14/2016 $26,196 43 43 71 $42,792 10/27/2016
Italy 11/9/2016 $1,076,576 0 0 0 $2,642,848 12/7/2016
Lithuania 10/14/2016 $21,545 76 76 84 $38,674 11/3/2016
Mexico 10/13/2016 $388,034 0 0 0 $769,916 10/25/2016
North America 9/30/2016 $6,541,205 3042 3042 8906 $17,356,894 7/28/2017
Poland 10/21/2016 $110,342 0 0 0 $110,342 6/2/2018
Portugal 10/6/2016 $72,864 50 50 165 $271,702 11/17/2016
Russia (CIS) 9/30/2016 $591,625 713 713 1485 $1,153,781 10/20/2016
Slovakia 10/14/2016 $44,559 48 48 143 $147,017 11/17/2016
Slovenia 10/14/2016 $13,508 16 16 38 $38,642 11/23/2016
Spain 1/6/2017 $242,323 199 199 399 $454,050 1/27/2017
Turkey 12/16/2016 $25,095 26 26 39 $47,277 6/18/2018
 
Rest of World $6,815,841
 
Worldwide Total$30,910,372 6/18/2018

Full financial estimates for this film, including domestic and international box office, video sales, video rentals, TV and ancillary revenue are available through our research services. For more information, please contact us at research@the-numbers.com.

Leading Cast

   David Ghantt
   Steve Chambers
   Kelly Campbell
   Mike McKinney

Supporting Cast

Ken Marino    Doug Jeffcoat
Devin Ratray    Runny
Jon Daly    Plewe
Mary Elizabeth Ellis    Michelle Chambers
Kate McKinnon    Jandice
Leslie Jones    Scanlon
Ross Kimball    Eric Payne
Daniel Zacapa    Quintero
Tom Werme    Anchorman
Njema Williams    Ty
Nils Cruz    Carlo's Uncle
Michael Angel Fraguada    Desk Clerk
Christian Gonzalez    Banco Lujo Teller
Candace Blanchard    Cathy Jeffcoat
Karsten Friske    Cort Chambers
Dallas J. Edwards    Ken Chambers
Barry Ratcliffe    Corrections Officer
Shelton Grant    Prisoner
Laura Palka    Reporter
Reegus Flenory    Bailiff
Wynn Reichert    Matthew (Photographer)
Jill Jane Clements    Beryl
Joseph S. Wilson    Airport Security Agent
Jee An    Female Cashier at Airport
Rhoda Griffis    Real Estate Agent
Nicole Michele Sobchack    Reporter #2
Vincent Garcia    Pool Guy
Eizzil Cintron Valenzuela    Lingerie Street Market Woman
Matt Corboy    Boss
Anne Johnson    Female Shopper
Timothy Timms    Hobo

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

Production and Technical Credits

   Director
Emily Spivey    Screenwriter
Jody Hill    Screenwriter
Danny McBride    Screenwriter
Chris Bowman    Screenwriter
Hubbel Palmer    Screenwriter
Emily Spivey    Story by
Chris Bowman    Story by
Hubbel Palmer    Story by
Lorne Michaels    Producer
John Goldwyn    Producer
Kevin Messick    Executive Producer
Danny McBride    Executive Producer
Jody Hill    Executive Producer
Erin David    Executive Producer
Ryan Kavanaugh    Executive Producer
Tucker Tooley    Executive Producer
Ron Burkle    Executive Producer
Jason Colbeck    Executive Producer
Andrew Panay    Executive Producer
Jill Messick    Executive Producer
Adam Fields    Executive Producer
Brent Almond    Executive Producer
Brett Dahl    Executive Producer
Jerry Lasky    Executive Producer
Joseph Nicholas    Executive Producer
Dana Brunetti    Executive Producer
D. Scott Lumpkin    Co-Producer
Kenneth Halsband    Co-Producer
Erik Wilson    Director of Photography
Clayton Hartley    Production Designer
David Rennie    Editor
Keith Brachmann    Editor
Geoff Zanelli    Composer
Bob Bowen    Music Supervisor
Sarah Edwards    Costume Designer
Juel Bestrop    Casting Director
Damien Lubiak    Unit Production Manager
D. Scott Lumpkin    Unit Production Manager
Richard L. Fox    First Assistant Director
Scott August    Key Second Assistant Director
Jared D. Underwood    Executive Producer
Andrew C. Robinson    Executive Producer
Paige Williams    Associate Producer
Kenneth Halsband    Executive in Charge of Production
Steven Ritzi    Stunt Coordinator
Bass Hampton    Production Supervisor
Carmen Soriano    Script Supervisor
Elliott Glick    Art Director
Barbara Mesney    Set Designer
David Smith    Set Decorator
Michael B. Koff*    Sound Mixer
Ben Cox    First Assistant Editor
David Raymond    First Assistant Editor
Bryan Torres    Assistant Editor
Kate Edwards    Costume Supervisor
Donald Kozma    Make up
Ashleigh Chavis    Make up
Barbara Olvera    Hairstylist
Melissa Yonkey    Hairstylist
Thomas G. Parris    Location Manager
Ken Gorrell    Special Effects Coordinator

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


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