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Bulgaria Box Office for Падингтън 2 (2017)

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Paddington 2
Theatrical Performance (US$)
Bulgaria Box Office $184,421Details
Worldwide Box Office $199,320,873Details
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Paddington has happily settled with the Brown family in Windsor Gardens, where he has become a popular member of the community, spreading joy and marmalade wherever he goes. While searching for the perfect present for his beloved Aunt Lucy’s hundredth birthday, Paddington spots a unique pop-up book in Mr. Gruber’s antique shop, and embarks upon a series of odd jobs to buy it. But when the book is stolen, it’s up to Paddington and the Browns to unmask the thief…


Movie Details

Bulgaria Releases: December 1st, 2017 (Wide), released as Падингтън 2
MPAA Rating: PG for some action and mild rude humor.
(Rating bulletin 2503 (Cert #51255), 11/22/2017)
Running Time: 103 minutes
Franchise: Paddington
Keywords: Animal Lead, Talking Animals, Wrongfully Convicted, Falsely Accused, Prison, Treasure Hunters, Prison Break, Coma
Source:Based on Fiction Book/Short Story
Production Method:Animation/Live Action
Creative Type:Kids Fiction
Production Companies: Heyday Films, StudioCanal, Dimension Films, Anton Capital Entertainment
Production Countries: France,
United Kingdom


Hugh Bonneville    Henry Brown
Sally Hawkins    Mary Brown
Brendan Gleeson    Knuckles McGinty
Julie Walters    Mrs. Bird
Jim Broadbent    Samuel Gruber
Peter Capaldi    Mr. Curry
Hugh Grant    Phoenix Buchanan
Ben Whishaw    Paddington
Michael Gambon    Uncle Pastuzo
Imelda Staunton    Aunt Lucy
Marie France    Mademoiselle Dubois
Sanjeev Bhaskar    Dr. Jafri
Ben Miller    Colonel
Jessica Hynes    Miss Kitts
Robbie Gee    Mr. Barnes
Nicholas Woodeson    Insurance Company C.E.O.
Jordan Alex    Steve Visby
Stewart Gilchrist    Chakrabatics Instructor
Enzo Squillino, Jr.    Mr. Giuseppe
Tom Conti    Judge
Sam Payne    Nelson
Catherine Shepherd    Nelson’s Mother
Louis Partridge    G-Man
Claire Keelan    Police Officer
Shola Adewusi    First Ms Peters
Nadine Marshal    Second Ms. Peters
Geoffrey Lumb    Second Police Officer
Meera Syal    Prosecutor
Richard Ayoade    Forensic Investigator
Michael Mears    Clerk of the Court
Kobna Holdbrook-Smith    Warden Walker
Tom Davis    T-Bone
Noah Taylor    Phibs
Aaron Neil    Spoon
Nicholas Lumley    Farmer Jack
Virgile Elana    Charley Rumble
Jamie Demetriou    The Professor
Eileen Atkins    Madame Kozlova
Jennie Legat    The First Madame Kozlova
Tim Fitzhigham    Magician
Gus Brown    St. Paul’s Tour Guide
Simon Farnaby    Barry The Security Guard
Jean Evans    Elderly Nun in St. Pauls
Dan Antopolski    Second St. Paul’s Guard
Robert Stevenson    Jimmy The Snitch
Geoff Banks    Squeaky Pete
Emerson Nwolie    Double Bass Bob
Deepak Anand    Mad Dog
Stephen McDade    Jonny Cashpoint
Cal McCrystal    Sir Geoffrey Wilcott
Joanna Lumley    Felicity Fanshawe
Joel Fry    Postman
Kya Garwood    Felicity Fanshawe’s Assistant
Justin Edwards    Dozy Policeman
David Sant    Steward
Maggie Steed    Gertrude Biggleswade

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Paul King
Producer    David Heyman
Screenwriter    Paul King
Screenwriter    Simon Farnaby
Story by    Michael Bond
Executive Producer    Rosie Alison
Executive Producer    Jeffrey Clifford
Executive Producer    Alexandra Ferguson
Executive Producer    Didier Lupfer
Executive Producer    Bob Weinstein
Executive Producer    David Glasser
Executive Producer    Ron Halpern
Editor    Mark Everson
Editor    Jonathan Amos
Director of Photography    Erik Wilson
Director of Photography    Erik Alexander Wilson
Production Designer    Gary Williamson
Composer    Dario Marianelli
Costume Designer    Lindy Hemming
Casting Director    Nina Gold
Casting Director    Lauren Evans
Music Supervisor    Nick Angel
Line Producer    Tim Wellspring
Second Unit Director    John Sorapure
Visual Effects Producer    Robin Saxen
First Assistant Director    Jack Ravenscroft
Animation Director    Pablo Grillo
Visual Effects Supervisor    Andy Kind
Visual Effects Supervisor    Glen Pratt
Supervising Location Manager    Jonah Coombes
Post-Production Supervisor    Tim Grover
Sound Designer    Glenn Freemantle
Supervising Sound Editor    Glenn Freemantle
Sound Mixer    Danny Hambrook
Associate Producer    Rob Silva
Associate Producer    Ben Irving
Script Supervisor    Anna Worley
Location Manager    Eleri Coulten
Location Manager    Amie Tridgell
Location Manager    Robert Campbell-Bell
Supervising Art Director    Patrick Rolfe
Art Director    Gareth Cousins
Art Director    James Price
Art Director    Andrea Borland
Set Decorator    Cathy Cosgrove
Additional Editor    Richard Ketteridge
Re-recording Mixer    Niv Adiri
Re-recording Mixer    Ian Tapp
Supervising Dialogue/ADR Editor    Gillian Dodders
Sound Effects Editor    Rob Malone
Sound Effects Editor    Nick Freemantle
Sound Effects Editor    Dayo James
Dialogue Editor    James Wichall
Foley Mixer    Glen Gathard
Costume Supervisor    Charlotte Finlay
Special Effects Supervisor    Mike Kelt
Score Supervisor    Maggie Rodford
Music Editor    Mark Willsher

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Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2017/12/01 3 $39,530   0     $39,530 1
2017/12/08 3 $34,638 -12% 0     $83,287 2
2017/12/15 5 $20,652 -40% 0     $110,731 3
2017/12/29 8 $7,579   0     $145,682 5
2018/01/05 10 $4,372 -42% 0     $154,712 6
2018/01/12 10 $5,232 +20% 0     $163,511 7
2018/01/19 12 $4,108 -21% 0     $170,332 8
2018/01/26 14 $3,376 -18% 0     $175,297 9
2018/02/02 14 $4,498 +33% 0     $178,387 10
2018/02/09 - $1,655 -63% 0     $182,464 11
2018/02/16 20 $1,166 -30% 0     $184,421 12

Box Office Summary Per Territory

Territory Release
Box Office
Australia 12/22/2017 $805,028 299 299 2001 $6,925,890 2/19/2018
Bulgaria 12/1/2017 $39,530 0 0 0 $184,421 2/20/2018
China 12/8/2017 $15,800,000 75249 75249 102384 $31,660,000 1/13/2018
Czech Republic 12/1/2017 $127,693 149 149 658 $622,097 2/21/2018
Germany 11/24/2017 $1,979,034 715 739 1454 $1,979,034 12/7/2017
Italy 11/9/2017 $1,186,878 0 0 0 $3,062,204 12/11/2017
Lithuania 12/1/2017 $57,365 153 153 519 $233,774 1/24/2018
Mexico 2/9/2018 $544,978 0 0 0 $1,022,838 2/20/2018
Netherlands 12/8/2017 $129,575 141 147 944 $2,102,444 2/13/2018
New Zealand 12/22/2017 $200,772 105 107 725 $1,440,637 2/19/2018
North America 1/12/2018 $11,001,961 3702 3702 14406 $39,523,607
Portugal 12/8/2017 $196,920 103 105 431 $731,329 2/21/2018
Russia (CIS) 1/19/2018 $1,488,637 1227 1358 4938 $6,151,229 2/20/2018
Slovakia 12/8/2017 $11,860 17 78 300 $226,628 2/21/2018
South Korea 1/26/2018 $0 0 629 930 $1,716,400 2/21/2018
Spain 11/24/2017 $755,926 296 301 1374 $1,907,261 1/12/2018
Turkey 11/24/2017 $116,775 153 153 394 $314,928 1/2/2018
United Kingdom 11/10/2017 $10,848,647 607 661 7858 $59,667,729 2/21/2018
Rest of World $39,848,423
Worldwide Total$199,320,873 2/21/2018

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