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Italy Box Office for Paddington 2 (2017)

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Paddington 2
Theatrical Performance (US$)
Italy Box Office $3,062,204Details
Worldwide Box Office $193,146,164Details
Home Market Performance
North America DVD Sales $1,217,157 Details
North America Blu-ray Sales $1,789,561 Details
Total North America Video Sales $3,006,718
Further financial details...

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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

Italy Releases: November 9th, 2017 (Wide)
Video Release: March 27th, 2018 by Warner Home Video
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

Home Market Releases for April 24th, 2018

April 25th, 2018

Paddington 2

Paddington 2 is the biggest release of the week and clearly at least one of the best. However, it isn’t the only film that’s a Pick of the Week contender. Bombshell: The Hedy Lamarr Story, Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid, and others were all in contention for that honor. In the end, the Paddington 2 Blu-ray Combo Pack earned that title. More...

Home Market Releases for March 27th, 2018

March 27th, 2018

Star Wars: The Last Jedi

It’s a short week for one reason: Star Wars: The Last Jedi is coming out on DVD / Blu-ray / 4K Ultra HD and no one really wants to deal with that competition. That’s not to say there are no other releases worth picking up. Last Men in Aleppo is an Oscar nominated documentary and worth picking up. In the end, The Last Jedi was the clear Pick of the Week winner. More...

Thursday Night Previews: Timely Start for Wrinkle

March 9th, 2018

A Wrinkle in Time

A Wrinkle in Time opened with $1.3 million during its previews. This might seem like a low amount; however, it is a live action family film and those tend to struggle during previews, but bounce back during the weekend. For example, Paddington 2 only managed $325,000 during its previews, but it went on to make $11 million during its opening weekend. A Wrinkle in Time won’t have the same legs, because its reviews are mixed. That said, it has a shot at first place with $35 million or more, which is in line with what we predicted. More...

Weekend Estimates: Fifty Shades Finishes with $38.8 Million

February 11th, 2018

Fifty Shades Freed

Fifty Shades Freed caps the Shades franchise this weekend with a solid $38.805 million debut, according to Universal’s weekend estimate. That’s down from Fifty Shades Darker’s $46.6 million opening, but nowhere near the drop between the first and second movies—Fifty Shades of Grey came out the gate with $85 million back in 2015, although it was helped by Valentine’s Day falling on Saturday. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: New Releases Can’t Outshine Jumanji’s $19.51 million Weekend Haul

January 23rd, 2018

Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle

Nearly every film we talked about in our predictions beat expectations over the weekend. This includes Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle, which earned first place with $19.51 million. All three wide releases did better than expected, with 12 Strong leading the way with $15.82 million. The overall box office still fell 15% from last weekend to $135 million. A 15% drop-off for a post-holiday weekend isn’t bad. Compared to this weekend last year, 2018 was down by 7.0%, which isn’t good, but it could have been much worse. Year-to-date, 2018 still has a small lead of 2.9% or $20 million at $725 million to $704 million. Granted, it is still way too early for this to matter, but an early lead means you won’t need to fight back late in the year like we did last year. More...

Weekend Predictions: Are the New Releases Strong? Or will Jumanji Rule Forever?

January 18th, 2018

12 Strong

The post-holiday weekend is rarely a good week to release a movie and none of the three new releases are expected to be box office successes. 12 Strong is the biggest release and it is also earning the best reviews, although its Tomatometer Score is just 50% positive. Den of Thieves isn’t opening as wide, while its reviews are not as good. It also shares its target audience with 12 Strong, which will hurt its box office chances even more. Finally there’s Forever My Girl, which is barely opening semi-wide and will likely miss the top ten. This weekend last year, Split had a shockingly big opening. In fact, the second place film, xXx: Return of Xander Cage, opened with just over $20 million, which is more than any film is expected to earn this weekend. 2018’s mini-winning streak is about to come to a painful end. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Jumanji Nears $300 million after $35.18 million MLK Long Weekend

January 16th, 2018

Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle

Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle continues to surprise analysts earning $35.18 million over the MLK long weekend. At this point, I would be shocked if it didn’t finish with $350 million domestically, while I assume Sony has a planned trilogy in the works. The best “new” release of the week was The Post, which expanded into second place with $23.06 million, while the best truly new release of the week was The Commuter at $15.80 million. Overall, the box office fell 4.7% from last weekend, earning $165 million over the the three-day weekend. This was still 5.9% higher than the same weekend last year, and that’s the more important number. It is still very early in the year, extremely early, but 2018 does have a $27 million / 5.1% lead over 2017 at $553 million to $526 million. 2018 could lose that entire lead next weekend, but I chose to focus on the positive for now. More...

Weekend Estimates: Jumanji Rules MLK Weekend

January 14th, 2018

Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle

Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle will come out an easy winner at the box office this MLK weekend. Over three days, the family adventure is headed for an estimated $27 million, for $283 million to date. With another $8 million or so on Monday, the film will finish the holiday on the threshold of $300 million domestically. Partly helped by the long weekend, it will record the 10th-best fourth weekend of all time—remarkable strength for a movie that ran the risk of being over-shadowed by The Last Jedi when it came out at Christmas. More...

Friday Estimates: Post Nearly Ties Jumanji $6.13 million to $5.9 million

January 13th, 2018

Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle

There was a two-horse race on the Friday box office chart. In the end, Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle came out on top with $6.13 million, for $262.26 million after 24 days of release. Because it is a holdover, it should have better legs over the rest of the weekend, putting it on pace for just over $30 million over the weekend, matching our prediction perfectly. More...

Thursday Night Previews: Mixed Results for New Releases

January 12th, 2018

The Post

The Post led the way during previews with $775,000. Dramas aimed at a more mature target audience tend to not do as well in previews as most other films, so this is a good sign. Additionally, the film’s reviews are right on the border of award-worthy, so the word of mouth should be strong. This is right in line with our prediction, so I’m happy with this result. More...

Weekend Predictions: Paddington and Post take on Jumanji over MLK Long Weekend

January 11th, 2018

Paddington 2

It is the first long weekend of 2018 and we have four films trying to take advantage of the MLK holiday. However, only Paddington 2 and The Post have a real shot at box office success. The Commuter’s buzz is so quiet that its box office chances have taken a real hit. Worse still, Sony’s treatment of Proud Mary is almost bizarre. I’ve seen limited releases with more marketing push than Proud Mary is getting. Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle’s legs will likely remain really long, helping it repeat as box office champion. More importantly, it should help the 2018 box office get a sizable win in the year-over-year comparison. This weekend last year, there were seven films that earned more than $10 million over the long weekend, but only one film, Hidden Figures, earned more than $20 million. This year, not only will we match that number of $10 million films, Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle should top $30 million, while Paddington 2 and The Post should top $20 million. More...

2017 Awards Season: BAFTA Nominations

January 11th, 2018

The Shape of Water

The BAFTA nominations were announced and this time The Shape of Water led the way with 12 nominations. The same films appear on many of the lists of nominees, but so far no one film has come to dominate the list. This makes it interesting, to say the least. There’s a good chance no one film will win the majority of prestige awards and that multiple films will have lots of reason to celebrate on February 18th when the awards are handed out. More...

2018 Preview: January

January 1st, 2018

Paddington 2

2017 wasn’t a good year. It started out well and ended on a high note, but the summer was a disaster and that proved to be too much for the rest of the year to overcome. Fortunately, The Last Jedi and Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle are still doing very well and will help January get off to a fast start. Unfortunately, the biggest new release of January is Paddington 2 and it isn’t expected to match its predecessor at the box office; it certainly won’t top $100 million domestically. It is unlikely any of the Oscar contenders will hit the century mark in January either. This is really bad news, as last January, we had a new release, Split and an Oscar contender, Hidden Figures, which both topped that milestone with ease. 2018 should get off to a faster start in the first two weeks, but overall, this month will end with a loss. More...

International Box Office: Coco Collects Another $55.3 million

December 13th, 2017


Coco earned first place for the second time with $55.3 million in 35 markets for totals of $254.0 million internationally and $389.7 million worldwide. Even if we pretended Christmas wasn’t right around the corner and that the film didn’t still have several major markets left to open in, it would still be on track to earn over $500 million worldwide, which is more than enough to cover its entire production budget and likely a sizable chunk of its advertising budget. With Christmas less than two weeks away and international openings in Australia, Italy, Brazil, South Korea, the U.K., and Japan still ahead, there’s a chance this film will finish with $750 million worldwide. That would be more than enough to pay for its combined production budget, meaning it will break even before it reaches the home market. As for this past weekend, the film continued to top the chart in China with $34.80 million over the weekend for a three-week total of $127.98 million. More...

Paddington 2 Trailer

November 27th, 2017

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International Box Office: Justice League pulls in $184.95 million During Opening Weekend

November 22nd, 2017

Justice League

Justice League easily won the weekend race on the international chart with a total opening of $184.95 million on 47,000 screens in 65 markets. Its biggest market was China, where it opened with $50.58 million over the weekend for a total opening of $51.89 million. Its best market was Brazil, where it earned $14.2 million on 1,580 screens, which is the biggest all-time opening in that market. In most major markets, the film opened above Wonder Woman and Thor: Ragnarok. For example, the film earned $9.6 million in Mexico, compared to $8.22 million for Wonder Woman and $7.34 million for Thor: Ragnarok. It wasn’t as impressive in every market. For example, it only managed $9.67 million during its first place opening in the U.K., which is equivalent to a little more than $50 million here. The film opens in Japan this weekend, but it will need good legs to pay for its $300 million production budget. More...

International Box Office: Thor Threepeats with $75.9 million and Overtakes The Dark World

November 15th, 2017

Thor: Ragnarok

For the third weekend in a row, Thor: Ragnarok dominated the international chart, earning $75.9 million in 56 markets for totals of $438.5 internationally and $650.6 million worldwide. The film fell 59% during its second weekend in China, but this is actually much better than average for the market. It added $21.71 million this past weekend, pushing its running tally to $95.51 million after just two weeks of release in that market. The film held up even better in the U.K., where it dipped just 33% to $4.05 million in 569 theaters for a three-week total of $34.07 million. Its next biggest international market was South Korea, where it has earned $31.07 million, including $3.53 million on 856 screens this past weekend. The film already has more worldwide than either of the previous Thor films earned in total. It has entered the top ten in the MCU and it is on pace to enter the top five on that chart before its done. 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
2017/11/10 2 $1,186,878   0     $1,188,657 1
2017/11/17 3 $805,280 -32% 0     $2,172,766 2
2017/12/01 13 $168,627   0     $2,922,579 4
2017/12/08 14 $157,161 -7% 0     $3,062,204 5

Box Office Summary Per Territory

Territory Release
Box Office
Argentina 2/2/2018 $0 0 0 0 $200,213 6/15/2018
Australia 12/22/2017 $805,028 299 299 2303 $6,961,626 4/3/2018
Brazil 2/2/2018 $450,332 0 0 0 $757,349 6/14/2018
Bulgaria 12/1/2017 $39,530 0 0 0 $185,468 6/4/2018
China 12/8/2017 $15,800,000 75249 75249 102384 $32,178,512 6/19/2018
Czech Republic 12/1/2017 $127,693 149 149 672 $630,079 2/28/2018
France 12/8/2017 $3,145,187 0 0 0 $15,580,122 6/28/2018
Germany 11/24/2017 $1,979,034 715 739 1454 $7,713,744 6/29/2018
India 1/12/2018 $0 0 0 0 $233,671 3/12/2018
Italy 11/9/2017 $1,186,878 0 0 0 $3,062,204 12/11/2017
Japan 1/19/2018 $1,053,337 0 0 0 $5,286,057 6/8/2018
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 $129,575 141 147 973 $2,207,410 3/5/2018
New Zealand 12/22/2017 $200,772 105 107 829 $1,466,762 4/9/2018
North America 1/12/2018 $11,001,961 3702 3702 15261 $40,442,052
Poland 12/29/2017 $937,943 0 0 0 $3,903,821 6/3/2018
Portugal 12/8/2017 $196,920 103 105 442 $669,762 6/6/2018
Russia (CIS) 1/19/2018 $1,488,637 1227 1358 5579 $6,288,080 6/4/2018
Slovakia 12/8/2017 $11,860 17 78 300 $226,628 2/21/2018
South Korea 1/26/2018 $0 0 629 1403 $2,277,612 7/11/2018
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 8167 $56,533,127 6/27/2018
Rest of World $2,863,064
Worldwide Total$193,146,164 7/11/2018

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

Lead Ensemble Members

   Henry Brown
   Mary Brown
   Knuckles McGinty
   Phoenix Buchanan

Supporting Cast

Julie Walters    Mrs. Bird
Jim Broadbent    Samuel Gruber
Peter Capaldi    Mr. Curry
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
Dame 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

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

Production and Technical Credits

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

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