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Portugal Box Office for Passageiros (2016)

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Passengers
Theatrical Performance (US$)
Portugal Box Office $976,305Details
Worldwide Box Office $302,211,827Details
Home Market Performance
North America DVD Sales $8,831,821 Details
North America Blu-ray Sales $7,915,881 Details
Total North America Video Sales $16,747,702
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Synopsis

Two passengers are on a 120-year journey to another planet when their hibernation pods wake them 90 years too early. Jim and Aurora are forced to unravel the mystery behind the malfunction as the ship teeters on the brink of collapse, with the lives of thousands of passengers in jeopardy.

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Movie Details

Production Budget:$110,000,000
Portugal Releases: December 23rd, 2016 (Wide), released as Passageiros
Video Release: March 7th, 2017 by Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for sexuality, nudity and action/peril.
(Rating bulletin 2448 (Cert #50101), 10/26/2016)
Running Time: 116 minutes
Keywords: Space Program, Romance, Disaster
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Thriller/Suspense
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Science Fiction
Production Companies: Columbia Pictures, LStar Capital, Village Roadshow Productions, Wanda Media, Original Film, Company Films, Start Motion Pictures
Production Countries: United States

Cast

Jennifer Lawrence    Aurora Lane
Chris Pratt    Jim Preston
Michael Sheen    Arthur
Laurence Fishburne    Gus Mancuso
Andy Garcia    Captain Norris
Vince Foster    Executive Officer
Kara Flowers    Communications Officer
Conor Brophy    Crew Member
Julee Cerda    Instructor (Hologram)
Aurora Perrineau    Best Friend
Lauren Farmer    Party Friend
Emerald Mayne    Party Friend
Kristin Brock    Party Friend
Tom Ferrari    Party Friend
Quansae Rutledge    Party Friend
Desmond Reid    Party Friend
Emma Clarke    Avalon
Chris Edgerly    InfoMat/Deejay
Fred Melamed    Observatory Voice
Matt Corboy    Video Game Voice
Jesus Mendoza    Hector, the Robot Waiter
Alpha Takahashi    Sushi Robot Waitress
Matthew Wolf    French Restaurant Robot Waiter
Jean-Michel Richaud    French Restaurant Robot Waiter
Jon Spaihts    Autodoc
Curtis Grecco    Dancer
Joy Spears    Dancer

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Morten Tyldum
Producer    Neal H. Moritz
Producer    Stephen Hamel
Producer    Michael Maher
Producer    Ori Marmur
Screenwriter    Jon Spaihts
Executive Producer    David Householter
Executive Producer    Ben Browning
Executive Producer    Jon Spaihts
Executive Producer    Bruce Berman
Executive Producer    Greg Basser
Executive Producer    Ben Waisbren
Executive Producer    Lynwood Spinks
Director of Photography    Rodrigo Prieto
Production Designer    Guy Hendrix Dyas
Editor    Maryann Brandon
Costume Designer    Jany Temime
Composer    Thomas Newman
Stunt Coordinator    Garrett Warren
Co-Producer    Greg Baxter
Unit Production Manager    Basil Bryant-Grillo
Unit Production Manager    Karen Getchell
First Assistant Director    Donald Murphy
First Assistant Director    Justin Muller
Second Assistant Director    Dawn Massaro-Adams
Second Assistant Director    Peter Dress
Art Director    David Lazan
Art Director    John Collins
Art Director    Luke Freeborn
Art Director    Greg Hooper
Set Decorator    Gene Serdena
Script Supervisor    Ana Maria Quintana
First Assistant Editor    Kerry Blackman
Assistant Editor    Jane Tones
Costume Supervisor    Jim Tyson
Make up    Vivian Baker
Hairstylist    Cydney Cornell
Special Effects Coordinator    Daniel Sudick
Location Manager    Chris Baugh
Assistant Art Director    Britney Hites
Assistant Art Director    Drew Monahan
Assistant Art Director    Paula Loos
Assistant Art Director    Gary Warshaw
Set Designer    Allen Coulter
Set Designer    Scott Herbertson
Set Designer    Noelle King
Set Designer    Joshua Lusby
Set Designer    Jeffrey D. McDonald
Set Designer    Dean Wolcott
Set Designer    Bria Kinter
Still Photographer    Jaimie Trueblood
Casting Associate    Kathy Driscoll-Mohler
Casting Assistant    Jordana Sapiurka
Choreography    Napoleon Dumo
Choreography    Tabitha Dumo
Second Unit Director    Jack Gill
Re-recording Mixer    Kevin O'Connell
Re-recording Mixer    Will Files
Supervising Sound Editor    Will Files
Sound Designer    Will Files
Co-Supervising Sound Editor    Andy Sisul
Sound Designer    Lee Gilmore
Sound Designer    Phil Barrie
Sound Effects Editor    Joe Iemola
Sound Effects Editor    Chris Terhune
Sound Effects Editor    Justin Davey
Dialogue Editor    Hugo Weng
Foley Mixer    Nerses Gezalyan
Re-recording Mixer    Jeremy B. Davis
Music Editor    Bill Bernstein
Music Editor    John Finklea
Music Editor    Maarten Hofmeijer
Music Editor    Michael Zainer
Visual Effects Supervisor    Pete Dionne
Visual Effects Producer    Tomi Nieminen
Visual Effects Executive Producer    Philip Greenlow
Visual Effects Executive Producer    Christian Roberton
Production Supervisor    Lauren McCallum
Production Supervisor    Uma Krishnamurthy
Production Supervisor    Rachel Matchett

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Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2016/12/23 3 $124,575   70 $1,780   $124,575 1
2016/12/30 3 $169,675 +36% 68 $2,495   $506,371 2
2017/01/06 3 $130,985 -23% 68 $1,926   $723,225 3
2017/01/13 4 $89,163 -32% 66 $1,351   $845,529 4
2017/01/20 7 $53,355 -40% 53 $1,007   $919,560 5
2017/01/27 11 $24,458 -54% 34 $719   $964,835 6
2017/02/03 19 $5,800 -76% 8 $725   $986,558 7
2017/02/10 - $1,431 -75% 4 $358   $976,305 8

Box Office Summary Per Territory

Territory Release
Date
Opening
Weekend
Opening
Weekend
Theaters
Maximum
Theaters
Theatrical
Engagements
Total
Box Office
Report
Date
Argentina 1/5/2017 $797,805 189 189 311 $1,514,205 2/7/2017
Aruba 12/22/2016 $0 0 3 7 $21,929 1/18/2017
Australia 12/30/2016 $1,186,117 360 360 1659 $11,113,044 2/23/2017
Austria 1/6/2017 $616,825 118 118 498 $1,326,773 3/27/2017
Bahrain 12/22/2016 $0 0 9 26 $248,689 2/21/2017
Belgium 12/28/2016 $449,190 110 110 629 $1,790,642 3/7/2017
Bolivia 1/5/2017 $94,077 29 29 69 $259,817 1/31/2017
Brazil 1/5/2017 $3,064,035 491 491 1158 $7,090,198 2/14/2017
Bulgaria 1/6/2017 $74,299 58 58 201 $312,455 3/7/2017
Cambodia 12/22/2016 $0 0 28 51 $81,509 1/10/2017
Central America 12/22/2016 $0 0 162 242 $1,297,358 1/24/2017
Chile 12/29/2016 $191,648 80 80 190 $830,423 2/14/2017
China 1/12/2017 $17,470,000 63325 63325 126934 $45,279,884 3/14/2017
Colombia 12/22/2016 $0 0 252 406 $1,528,089 1/24/2017
Croatia 12/29/2016 $69,905 50 50 173 $285,508 2/14/2017
Curacao 12/22/2016 $0 0 2 6 $23,479 1/24/2017
Czech Republic 12/28/2016 $132,524 63 68 262 $437,324 2/7/2017
Denmark 12/22/2016 $0 0 78 264 $1,138,149 2/14/2017
Dominican Republic 12/22/2016 $0 0 22 29 $129,433 1/18/2017
East Africa 12/23/2016 $0 0 1 1 $6,726 1/4/2017
Ecuador 12/23/2016 $0 0 60 119 $643,286 1/24/2017
Egypt 12/22/2016 $0 0 13 64 $257,065 2/14/2017
Estonia 12/30/2016 $66,721 13 14 55 $206,239 2/14/2017
Finland 12/23/2016 $0 0 82 326 $891,432 3/21/2017
France 12/28/2016 $3,661,465 537 537 2582 $9,789,939 2/14/2017
Germany 1/5/2017 $4,974,539 887 908 4716 $13,602,992 5/2/2017
Ghana 12/22/2016 $0 0 2 8 $7,593 1/24/2017
Greece 12/29/2016 $104,997 54 54 107 $341,895 1/24/2017
Hong Kong 12/22/2016 $0 0 98 219 $2,764,994 1/24/2017
Hungary 1/12/2017 $340,773 50 68 283 $1,018,666 3/27/2017
Iceland 12/26/2016 $67,787 9 9 24 $149,631 2/14/2017
India 1/6/2017 $679,683 635 635 786 $1,055,730 2/21/2017
Indonesia 12/23/2016 $0 0 194 310 $1,712,296 1/24/2017
Iraq 12/22/2016 $0 0 5 15 $56,714 2/21/2017
Israel 12/29/2016 $330,810 53 65 242 $893,487 2/28/2017
Italy 12/30/2016 $1,581,007 404 404 1174 $5,485,249 2/14/2017
Jamaica 12/21/2016 $0 0 6 12 $66,653 1/31/2017
Japan 3/24/2017 $1,516,921 403 406 1601 $5,124,593 5/2/2017
Jordan 12/22/2016 $0 0 8 30 $169,535 1/31/2017
Kenya 12/30/2016 $7,274 11 17 54 $45,301 1/31/2017
Kuwait 12/22/2016 $0 0 12 20 $535,869 1/24/2017
Latvia 12/30/2016 $53,591 15 15 52 $187,169 2/28/2017
Lebanon 12/22/2016 $0 0 16 28 $326,464 1/31/2017
Lithuania 12/30/2016 $57,784 87 104 341 $286,458 2/21/2017
Malaysia 12/29/2016 $581,033 254 254 606 $1,240,720 1/31/2017
Mexico 12/23/2016 $768,036 0 790 1965 $6,846,086 2/21/2017
Mongolia 12/23/2016 $0 0 4 10 $40,316 1/31/2017
Netherlands 12/22/2016 $468,743 100 105 658 $3,429,066 8/1/2017
New Zealand 12/30/2016 $137,746 132 132 522 $1,461,845 1/31/2017
Nigeria 12/22/2016 $0 0 22 70 $79,194 3/14/2017
North America 12/21/2016 $14,869,736 3478 3478 18284 $100,014,092
Norway 12/25/2016 $214,413 154 154 485 $1,668,870 3/7/2017
Oman 12/22/2016 $0 0 13 20 $120,797 1/24/2017
Pakistan 12/30/2016 $26,716 26 26 62 $89,255 1/31/2017
Paraguay 1/5/2017 $21,541 15 15 26 $42,501 1/24/2017
Peru 1/5/2017 $451,177 87 98 271 $1,284,747 2/7/2017
Philippines 1/4/2017 $761,288 156 156 291 $1,354,213 1/31/2017
Poland 12/25/2016 $276,076 160 160 525 $1,976,799 2/14/2017
Portugal 12/23/2016 $124,575 70 70 371 $976,305 2/16/2017
Qatar 12/22/2016 $0 0 9 19 $289,594 2/7/2017
Romania 12/23/2016 $0 0 55 207 $929,882 3/7/2017
Russia (CIS) 12/23/2016 $4,682,157 1232 1232 4838 $17,343,776 3/21/2017
Serbia and Montenegro 12/29/2016 $12,508 19 25 73 $64,441 2/7/2017
Slovakia 1/5/2017 $91,068 64 64 140 $190,580 2/28/2017
Slovenia 12/29/2016 $11,742 16 16 68 $71,013 11/17/2017
South Africa 12/30/2016 $208,759 81 88 406 $989,071 2/21/2017
South Korea 12/26/2016 $0 0 608 1013 $4,738,566 3/6/2017
Spain 12/30/2016 $1,563,225 538 538 2191 $7,215,580 3/27/2017
Suriname 12/29/2016 $450 1 1 4 $2,551 1/24/2017
Sweden 12/21/2016 $0 0 120 432 $2,494,652 3/7/2017
Switzerland 12/28/2016 $158,492 33 101 354 $1,456,191 2/28/2017
Syria 12/29/2016 $4,317 1 2 6 $14,077 1/24/2017
Taiwan 12/21/2016 $0 0 123 281 $2,296,275 2/7/2017
Thailand 12/22/2016 $0 0 85 154 $1,544,254 1/18/2017
Trinidad 12/21/2016 $0 0 12 32 $120,886 1/24/2017
Turkey 1/13/2017 $406,270 276 276 864 $1,828,643 5/23/2017
Ukraine 12/29/2016 $481,776 220 220 669 $1,158,445 2/28/2017
United Arab Emirates 12/22/2016 $0 0 49 123 $1,957,557 3/21/2017
United Kingdom 12/21/2016 $0 0 575 1952 $15,626,754 3/8/2017
Uruguay 1/5/2017 $31,266 18 18 45 $108,758 2/28/2017
Venezuela 12/30/2016 $30,552 59 76 300 $432,301 2/7/2017
Vietnam 12/21/2016 $0 0 80 95 $378,290 1/10/2017
 
Worldwide Total$302,211,827 11/17/2017

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