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Netherlands Box Office for My Cousin Rachel (2017)

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My Cousin Rachel
Theatrical Performance (US$)
Netherlands Box Office $321,878Details
Worldwide Box Office $8,499,804Details
Home Market Performance
North America DVD Sales $114,309 Details
North America Blu-ray Sales $46,453 Details
Total North America Video Sales $160,762
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The story of a young Englishman who plots revenge against his mysterious, beautiful cousin, believing that she murdered his guardian. But his feelings become complicated as he finds himself falling under the beguiling spell of her charms.


Movie Details

Netherlands Releases: June 23rd, 2017 (Wide)
Video Release: August 29th, 2017 by Fox Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for some sexuality and brief strong language.
(Rating bulletin 2461 (Cert #50809), 2/1/2017)
Running Time: 106 minutes
Keywords: Revenge, Romance, Incest, Love Triangle, Remake, Terminal Illness
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: Fox Searchlight Pictures, TSG Entertainment, Free Range Film
Production Countries: United States


Rachel Weisz    Rachel
Sam Claflin    Philip
Holliday Grainger    Louise
Iain Glen    Kendall
Pierfrancesco Favino    Rainaldi
Simon Russell Beale    Couch
Vicki Pepperdine    Mrs. Pascoe
Tim Barlow    Seecombe
Bobby Scott Freeman    John
Tristram Davies    Wellington
Andrew Havill    Parson Pascoe
Poppy Lee Friar    Mary Pascoe
Katherine Pearce    Belinda Pascoe
Roy Sampson    Doctor
Adam Loxley    Adam
Andrew Knott    Joshua
Alexander Arnold    Young Lad
Cal McCrystal    Geoffrey
Dorian Lough    Gabriel
Tobias Beer    William
Harrie Hayes    Tess
Chris Gallarus    Timothy
Neill Maccoll    Singer
Wilf Walters    Pig Farmer
Margaret Michell    Market Girl
Corin Chatwin    Philip at 2
Sparrow Michell    Philip at 4
Austin Taylor    Philip at 6
Louis Suc    Philip at 10

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Roger Michell
Screenwriter    Roger Mitchell
Based on the novel by    Daphne du Maurier
Producer    Kevin Loader
Executive Producer    Roger Michell
Director of Photography    Mike Eley
Production Designer    Alice Normington
Editor    Kristina Hetherington
Co-Producer    Anita Overland
Composer    Rael Jones
Costume Designer    Dinah Collin
Casting Director    Fiona Weir
Stunt Coordinator    Lee Sheward
Unit Production Manager    Nicola Morrow
First Assistant Director    Barrie McCulloch
Second Assistant Director    Tom Rye
Supervising Art Director    Charmian Adams
Art Director    Andrea Matheson
Set Decorator    Barbara Herman-Skelding
Stills Photographer    Nicola Dove
Sound Mixer    Danny Hambrook
Post-Production Supervisor    Louise Seymour
First Assistant Editor    Joanne Dixon
Second Assistant Editor    Charlie Thorne
Supervising Sound Editor    Danny Sheehan
Costume Supervisor    Jenna McGranaghan
Prosthetics Designer    Barrie Gower
Location Manager    Harriet Lawrence
Casting Associate    Sarah Wilson
Special Effects Supervisor    Chris Reynolds
Visual Effects Supervisor    Adam Gascoyne
Visual Effects Producer    Tim Caplan
Visual Effects Producer    Noga Alon Stein
Sound Designer    Paul Carter
Dialogue/ADR Editor    Matt Davies
Foley Recordist    Keith Partridge
Re-recording Mixer    Paul Cotterell
Re-recording Mixer    Paul Carter
Re-recording Mixer    Danny Sheehan
Sound Mixer    Rachel Park
Additional Music    Jeremy Sams
Score Recordist    Jake Jackson
Score Recordist    Laurence Anslow
Score Mixer    Jake Jackson
Music Editor    Al Green
Second Unit Director    Kevin Loader
Line Producer    Enrico Ballarin
Special Effects    Maurizio Corridori
Special Effects    Franco Ragusa

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Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2017/06/23 10 $56,773   35 $1,622   $61,235 1
2017/06/30 11 $62,278 +10% 35 $1,779   $154,613 2
2017/07/07 14 $25,883 -58% 35 $740   $200,948 3
2017/07/14 17 $28,115 +9% 35 $803   $253,471 4
2017/07/21 23 $14,865 -47% 33 $450   $278,668 5
2017/07/28 29 $13,865 -7% 30 $462   $306,890 6
2017/08/04 30 $7,330 -47% 37 $198   $321,878 7

Box Office Summary Per Territory

Territory Release
Box Office
Australia 6/9/2017 $312,446 74 116 683 $1,642,237 8/14/2017
Netherlands 6/23/2017 $56,773 35 37 240 $321,878 8/10/2017
New Zealand 6/23/2017 $68,109 43 49 323 $370,728 8/21/2017
North America 6/9/2017 $969,941 523 531 1374 $2,716,368
United Kingdom 6/9/2017 $812,258 467 501 1604 $3,448,593 9/28/2017
Worldwide Total$8,499,804 9/28/2017

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