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Pete’s Dragon
Theatrical Performance (US$)
Spain Box Office $3,695,152Details
Worldwide Box Office $137,768,975Details
Home Market Performance
North America DVD Sales $11,583,621 Details
North America Blu-ray Sales $15,323,387 Details
Total North America Video Sales $26,907,008
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For years, old wood carver Mr. Meacham has delighted local children with his tales of the fierce dragon that resides deep in the woods of the Pacific Northwest. To his daughter, Grace, who works as a forest ranger, these stories are little more than tall tales…until she meets Pete. Pete is a mysterious 10-year-old with no family and no home who claims to live in the woods with a giant, green dragon named Elliot. And from Pete’s descriptions, Elliot seems remarkably similar to the dragon from Mr. Meacham’s stories. With the help of Natalie, an 11-year-old girl whose father Jack owns the local lumber mill, Grace sets out to determine where Pete came from, where he belongs, and the truth about this dragon.


Movie Details

Production Budget:$65,000,000
Spain Releases: August 19th, 2016 (Wide), released as Peter y el dragon
Video Release: November 29th, 2016 by Walt Disney Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: PG for action, peril and brief language.
(Rating bulletin 2411 (Cert #50271), 2/10/2016)
Running Time: 103 minutes
Keywords: Dragon, Remake, Orphan, Voiceover/Narration, Adopted Family, Prologue, Dream Sequence
Production Method:Animation/Live Action
Creative Type:Kids Fiction
Production Companies: Walt Disney Pictures, Whitaker Entertainment
Production Countries: United States


Bryce Dallas Howard    Grace
Oakes Fegley    Pete
Wes Bentley    Jack
Karl Urban    Gavin
Robert Redford    Meacham
Oona Laurence    Natalie
Isiah Whitlock, Jr    Sheriff Gene Dentler
Marcus Henderson    Woodrow
Aaron Jackson    Abner
Philip Grieve    Bobby
Steve Barr    Deputy Smalls
Keagan Carr Fransch    Doctor Marquez
Jade Valour    Nurse Merriwether
Augustine Frizzell    Mrs. Swanberg
Francis Biggs    Mr. Swanberg
Jasper Putt    Freckled Kid
Esmee Myers    Mom
Gareth Reeves    Dad
Levi Alexander    Young Pete
Jim McLarty    Ranger Wentworth
Brandie Stephens    Patient's Mom
Josephine Stephens    Little Girl Patient
Tai Mackenzie    EMT Staffer
Ian Harcourt    Deputy West
Mia Thomas    Jasmine
Ruby Acevedo    Joy
Oliver Neil    Jerry
James Allcock    Jimmy
Annabelle-Malaika Suess    Jenny
Olly Presling    Billy Brown
Jenesis Au-Yeung    Julia
Daria Ponomaryova    Jane
Bukhosi Ngwenya    Jandy
William J. Rawbone    Jacob
Fraser McLeod    Millworker
Richard Falkner    Millworker
Jason Fitch    Logger
David J. Muzzerall    Citation Driver
Geoff Naylor    School Bus Driver
Toby Halbrooks    Unfortunate Ambulance Patient
Jade Healy    Waitress

Production and Technical Credits

Director    David Lowery
Screenwriter    David Lowery
Screenwriter    Toby Halbrooks
Based on a Screenplay by    Malcolm Marmorstein
Producer    Jim Whitaker
Executive Producer    Barrie M. Osborne
Director of Photography    Bojan Bazelli
Production Designer    Jade Healy
Editor    Lisa Zeno Churgin
Composer    Daniel Hart
Co-Producer    Adam Borba
Casting Director    Debra Zane
Unit Production Manager    Margaret Hilliard
First Assistant Director    Joe Nolan
Second Assistant Director    Bruno Du Bois
Visual Effects Supervisor    Eric Saindon
Visual Effects Producer    Arthur Windus
Based on a Story by    Seton I. Miller
Based on a Story by    S.S. Field
Associate Producer    Carthew Neal
Production Supervisor    Jill Soper
Supervising Art Director    Kim Sinclair
Art Director    Ken Turner
Art Director    Jill Cormack
Additional Art Direction-Assistant Art Director    Rosie Guthrie
Set Decorator    Simon Bright
Costume Supervisor    Pip Lingard
Make-up and Hair Designer    Stefan Knight
Script Supervisor    Dianne Moffatt
Sound Mixer    Tony Johnson
Location Manager    Clayton Tikao
Post-Production Supervisor    Heidi Vogel
First Assistant Editor    Craig Dewey
Second Assistant Editor    Kathryn Prescott
Second Assistant Editor    Julian Karehana
Assistant Editor    Greg Daniels
Supervising Sound Editor    Gwendolyn Yates Whittle
Supervising Sound Editor    Christopher Boyes
Sound Designer    Kent Sparling
Re-recording Mixer    Christopher Boyes
Re-recording Mixer    Gary Summers
Additional Sound Re-recording Mixer    Gary A. Rizzo
Additional Sound Re-recording Mixer    Kent Sparling
Additional Sound Re-recording Mixer    Luke Dunn Gielmuda
Sound Effects Editor    Pascal Garneau
Sound Effects Editor    J.R. Grubbs
Sound Effects Editor    Dmitri A. Makarov
Sound Effects Editor    Ryan Frias
Sound Effects Editor    Dustin Cawood
Sound Effects Editor    Jon Borland
Sound Effects Editor    Dug Winningham
Foley Mixer    Lisa Simpson
Foley Mixer    Frank Rinella
Foley Mixer    Judy Kirschner
Special Effects Supervisor    Steve Ingram
Set Designer    Yvonne Yip
Music Editor    Mark Jan Wlodarkiewicz
Score Recordist    Jake Jackson
Score Mixer    Brad Haehnel
Stunt Coordinator    Augie Davis

Featured Blu-ray and DVD Review: Pete’s Dragon

December 11th, 2016

Pete’s Dragon

Pete’s Dragon opened in late summer and did well domestically. Had it done as well internationally, then it would have been on pace to break even sometime during its home market run. Sadly, it did much worse internationally. Perhaps this means the movie only did well here due to nostalgia for the original film. Is this the case? Or does the movie work on its own? More...

Home Market Releases for November 29th, 2016

November 28th, 2016

Don’t Breathe

Last week was the week of Black Friday / Cyber Monday, so the massive sales scared away top-notch releases. This week is the week after Black Friday / Cyber Monday and the new releases are even worse. There are a few midlevel releases, like Don’t Breathe or Pete’s Dragon, but the the size of the release quickly drops from there. Fortunately, both of those releases are very good and on even really busy weeks would be contenders for Pick of the Week. It was a close pick between the two, but in the end, I went with Don’t Breathe as Pick of the Week. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Breathe Blows Away the New Releases

September 7th, 2016

Don’t Breathe

The Labor Day long weekend wasn’t even close with Don’t Breathe earning more over three days than any other film earned over four. There were a couple of other major stories as Suicide Squad hit $300 million on Monday and Bad Moms hit $100 million on Saturday. Given the production budgets of those two films, the latter has a lot more reasons to celebrate. As for the new releases, the studios will just be hoping no one remembers them in a few weeks. The Light Between Oceans missed the top five, while Morgan missed the top ten. The overall box office fell 16% to $99 million over the three-day weekend and $127 million including Monday. This is 8.9% higher than the same weekend last year. Year-to-date, 2016’s lead over 2015 grew to $500 million at $7.98 billion to $7.48 billion. That’s a lead of 6.7%. It would take a real collapse for 2016 to lose at this rate. More...

Weekend Predictions: With Labor Day Comes the Fall

September 1st, 2016


Summer officially ends this week with Labor Day long weekend. For a lot of families, this is the last long weekend before school starts. (For other families, school has already started.) There are two films opening wide-ish this weekend. I thought Morgan would open in 2,500 theaters, but it is only opening in 2,020. That will hurt its box office chances. The Light Between Oceans is only opening in 1,500 theaters, which might prevent it from reaching the top five over the weekend. Don’t Breathe will likely remain in first place over the weekend, but I think Morgan will be closer than most people expected it to be. This weekend last year there was not a single film to earn more than $10 million over the three-day weekend. I think Don’t Breathe will top that, while Morgan will be relatively close. This should give 2016 the advantage in the year-over-year competition. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Don’t Breathe Made the Box Office Gasp with $26.41 million

August 29th, 2016

Don’t Breathe

Don’t Breathe topped the weekend box office chart earning $26.41 million. This was double its nearest competitor, Suicide Squad, and more than three times the other new release, Mechanic: Resurrection. The overall box office fell 12% from last weekend to $117 million. This is 33% higher than this weekend last year, which is really impressive for a year-over-year comparison. Year-to-date, 2016’s lead over 2015 has grown to $480 million or 6.5% at $7.81 billion to $7.33 billion. More...

Weekend Estimates: Newcomers Can’t Dislodge Suicide Squad

August 21st, 2016

Suicide Squad

Three even-matched debutants proved to be no match for the incumbents at the box office this weekend, with Suicide Squad taking a third straight victory at the box office with $20.71 million, according to Warner Bros.’ Sunday morning projection. Sausage Party stays in second with $15.3 million, and that leaves the new entrants in 3rd, 4th and 5th. This was a weekend where diversity isn’t the problem, but novelty is. More...

Contest: For Pete’s Sake: Winning Announcement

August 17th, 2016

Pete’s Dragon

The winners of our For Pete’s Sake contest were determined and the entrants with the closest predictions for Pete’s Dragon opening weekend were... More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Suicide Slumps to $43.54 million, Sausage Soars with $34.26 million

August 16th, 2016

Sausage Party

The overall box office was a little weaker than expected with Suicide Squad falling nearly as fast as Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice did. On the other hand, Sausage Party opened better than expected earning a solid second place. Overall, the box office pulled in $172 million over the weekend, which is 25% smaller than last weekend. Compared to the same weekend last year, the box office was 16% higher and that’s the most important number. Year-to-date, 2016 has pulled in $7.43 billion, putting it 5.3% ahead of last year’s pace. The box office just needs to maintain its $380 million lead throughout the rest of the summer to be considered a success. More...

Weekend Estimates: Pete’s Dragon and Suicide Squad Soft, Sausage Party Firm

August 14th, 2016

Suicide Squad

A precipitous drop from last weekend won’t be enough to knock Suicide Squad off its perch at the top of the box office chart, according to studio estimates released on Friday. But a 67% fall is steep, even by modern standards. On the bright side, it is less than Batman v Superman’s 69% decline in its second weekend earlier this year, at least according to the estimates. A weak Sunday would put the two films basically neck-and-neck on that front, and it looks increasingly likely that Suicide Squad will end with less than $300 million domestically. More...

Thursday Night Previews: Sausages get the Drop on the Dragon

August 12th, 2016

Sausage Party

Sausage Party got off to a fast start with $3.25 million in previews. By comparison, Bad Moms earned $2 million during its previews two weeks ago, on its way to a $23.82 million opening weekend. If the two films had the same legs for their opening weekends, then we would be looking at a $38 million debut. Sausage Party does have better reviews that Bad Moms earned, but Bad Moms is aimed at a female demographic and generally speaking, women are less likely to rush out to see a movie during previews. So I think it is wise to be a little more cautious, but an opening weekend of over $30 million is still reason to celebrate. More...

Weekend Predictions: Party Time

August 11th, 2016

Sausage Party

Before we talk about the weekend predictions... If you can read this, it means my transfer worked well enough and I can do work from my parents house while pet-sitting. I will be at my parents place for three weeks looking after their dog and cat. I was at their house for less than 30 minutes before stepping into a puddle of dog drool. It is going to be a very long three weeks. ... As for the releases for the week, they are all amazing. The film earning the weakest reviews at the moment is Sausage Party, which is earning 82% positive reviews. 82% positive is the weakest of the three wide releases. That's amazing. On the other hand, it won't be the biggest release of the week. Pete’s Dragon has a better than 50/50 chance at reaching $100 million in total; however, as a family film, it will start relatively slow, but have good legs. Finally, there’s Florence Foster Jenkins, which is an early Oscar contender. It is not opening in a lot of theaters, so it is going to need great word-of-mouth to thrive. None of these new releases will match last year’s number one film, Straight Outta Compton, so it will be up to Suicide Squad to keep 2016 on the winning track. I think it will collapse by more than 60%, but 2016 has a lot better depth than 2015 and it will come out on top. More...

Contest: For Pete’s Sake

August 5th, 2016

Pete’s Dragon

Next week is likely going to be the last weekend of summer, as Pete’s Dragon is the last film coming out this summer with a realistic shot at $100 million at the box office. The other two releases, Florence Foster Jenkins and Sausage Party, are pure counter-programming. If they make $100 million combined, then at least one of them will be seen as a success. Pete’s Dragon might not earn first place over the weekend, but it is the only real choice for 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 Pete’s Dragon.

Whoever comes the closest to predicting the film's opening 3-day weekend box office (Friday to Sunday), without going over, will win a Frankenprize consisting of a full-season TV on DVD release, two previously reviewed movies, or three single-disc kids DVDs. Whoever comes the closest to predicting the film's opening 3-day weekend box office (Friday to Sunday), without going under, will also win a Frankenprize, as described above. Finally, we will be choosing an entrant from the group of people who haven't won, or haven't won recently, and they will win the third Frankenprize, as described above.

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

2016 Preview: August

August 1st, 2016

Suicide Squad

July did reasonably well, thanks mostly to The Secret Life of Pets, which will top $300 million shortly and could earn double its nearest competitor when all is said and done. That said, there were also a quartet of $100 million hits as well, so the month had good depth as well. August isn’t as lucky. There is one film that is expected to earn $100 million during its opening weekend, Suicide Squad, and one more that is expected to reach $100 million in total, Pete’s Dragon. There could be a surprise hit among the rest of the releases, (my long shot with a shot is Sausage Party) but for the most part, the rest of the wide releases would be happy with just $50 million at the box office. Last August was a disaster and Straight Outta Compton was the only hit of the month. Unless Suicide Squad bombs compared to expectations, 2016 will come out ahead in the year-over-year comparison. More...

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2016/08/19 4 $719,784   472 $1,525   $719,784 1
2016/08/26 5 $461,388 -36% 375 $1,230   $2,141,901 2
2016/09/02 9 $268,350 -42% 321 $836   $2,916,387 3
2016/09/09 12 $190,843 -29% 246 $776   $3,352,224 4
2016/09/16 14 $160,195 -16% 189 $848   $3,569,499 5
2016/09/23 13 $131,722 -18% 159 $828   $3,755,419 6
2016/09/30 19 $47,891 -64% 119 $402   $3,831,354 7
2016/10/07 21 $22,336 -53% 55 $406   $3,830,455 8
2016/10/14 29 $11,161 -50% 35 $319   $3,803,922 9
2016/10/21 30 $9,864 -12% 22 $448   $3,773,290 10
2016/10/28 40 $2,850 -71% 12 $238   $3,802,637 11
2016/11/04 47 $1,600 -44% 9 $178   $3,871,460 12
2016/11/11 - $2,317 +45% 18 $129   $3,791,169 13
2016/11/18 44 $2,439 +5% 18 $136   $3,695,152 14

Box Office Summary Per Territory

Territory Release
Box Office
Australia 9/15/2016 $743,311 414 414 1815 $5,174,890 11/21/2016
Brazil 9/29/2016 00$0
Bulgaria 9/2/2016 $34,015 0 0 0 $188,110 11/10/2016
Czech Republic 8/26/2016 $38,933 100 100 258 $128,548 10/5/2016
France 8/19/2016 $0 0 0 0 $4,000,000 9/5/2016
Germany 8/25/2016 $300,000 0 0 0 $300,000 8/29/2016
Italy 8/10/2016 $965,159 0 0 0 $3,851,610 9/14/2016
Japan 12/23/2016 00$0
Lithuania 9/2/2016 $654 6 111 287 $22,737 10/5/2016
Malaysia 9/2/2016 $600,000 0 0 0 $600,000 9/6/2016
Mexico 9/16/2016 $2,131,663 0 0 0 $3,740,307 10/4/2016
Netherlands 10/5/2016 $176,554 125 128 947 $1,193,886 11/30/2016
New Zealand 9/9/2016 $56,346 68 124 816 $1,421,118 11/21/2016
North America 8/12/2016 $21,514,095 3702 3702 21576 $76,233,151 6/24/2017
Poland 8/19/2016 $0 0 0 0 $1,200,000 9/5/2016
Portugal 8/12/2016 $154,157 63 63 246 $473,036 11/17/2016
Russia (CIS) 8/11/2016 $1,577,793 1142 1142 3481 $3,520,196 9/14/2016
Singapore 9/2/2016 $200,000 0 0 0 $200,000 9/6/2016
Slovakia 8/26/2016 $18,210 59 59 111 $42,008 9/23/2016
Slovenia 8/26/2016 $3,319 14 16 41 $9,243 10/14/2016
South Korea 9/29/2016 $257,941 163 163 491 $736,600 11/16/2016
Spain 8/19/2016 $719,784 472 472 2050 $3,695,152 11/25/2016
Turkey 10/7/2016 $114,942 189 191 542 $331,105 10/25/2016
United Kingdom 8/11/2016 $1,091,684 562 562 2174 $5,600,000 9/5/2016
Rest of World $25,107,278
Worldwide Total$137,768,975 6/24/2017

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