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Ready Player One (2018)

Ready Player One
Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $134,926,610Details
International Box Office $435,483,762Details
Worldwide Box Office $570,410,372
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  7. Cast & Crew
  8. Trailer

Synopsis

In the year 2045, the real world is a harsh place. The only time Wade Watts truly feels alive is when he escapes to the OASIS, an immersive virtual universe where most of humanity spend their days. In the OASIS, you can go anywhere, do anything—the only limits are your imagination. The OASIS was created by the brilliant and eccentric James Halliday, who left his immense fortune and total control of the OASIS to the winner of a three-part contest he designed to find a worthy heir. When Wade conquers the first challenge of the reality-bending treasure hunt, he and his friends—known as the High Five—are hurled into a fantastical universe of discovery and danger to save the OASIS and their world.

Metrics

Latest Ranking on Cumulative Box Office Lists

RecordRankAmount
All Time Domestic Box Office (Rank 401-500) 410 $134,926,610
All Time International Box Office (Rank 101-200) 106 $435,483,762
All Time Worldwide Box Office (Rank 101-200) 152 $570,410,372
All Time Domestic Box Office for Warner Bros. Movies 68 $134,926,610
All Time International Box Office for Warner Bros. Movies 19 $435,483,762
All Time Worldwide Box Office for Warner Bros. Movies 26 $570,410,372

See the Box Office tab (Domestic) and International tab (International and Worldwide) for more Cumulative Box Office Records.


Movie Details

Production Budget:$150,000,000
Domestic Releases: March 29th, 2018 (Wide) by Warner Bros.
International Releases: March 20th, 2018 (Wide) (South Korea)
March 28th, 2018 (Wide) (France)
March 28th, 2018 (Wide) (Italy)
March 29th, 2018 (Wide) (China)
March 30th, 2018 (Wide) (Australia)
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MPAA Rating: PG-13 for sequences of sci-fi action violence, bloody images, some suggestive material, nudity and language.
(Rating bulletin 2514 (Cert #51421), 2/14/2018)
Running Time: 140 minutes
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Keywords: Near Future, Virtual Reality, Video Game, Environment, Government Corruption, Poverty, Treasure Hunters
Source:Based on Fiction Book/Short Story
Genre:Adventure
Production Method:Animation/Live Action
Creative Type:Science Fiction
Production Companies: Warner Bros., Village Roadshow Productions, Amblin Entertainment, Dune Entertainment, De Line Pictures, Access Entertainment
Production Countries: United States

Ranking on other Records and Milestones

RecordRankAmountChart
Date
Days In
Release
Fastest to $100m 250 $100,490,351 Apr 6, 2018 13
Biggest Domestic April Weekend 51 $24,624,178 Apr 6, 2018 11
Biggest Domestic April Day 86 $11,158,819 Apr 1, 2018 4
Biggest Domestic March Weekend 32 $41,769,050 Mar 30, 2018 4
Top Animation/Live Action Weekend Domestic 93 $41,769,050 Mar 30, 2018 4
Top Based on Fiction Book/Short Story Weekend Domestic 89 $41,769,050 Mar 30, 2018 4
Top Science Fiction Weekend Domestic 83 $41,769,050 Mar 30, 2018 4
Top Warner Bros. Weekend Domestic 73 $41,769,050 Mar 30, 2018 4
Easter (All Movies, 3-Day) 5 $41,769,050 Mar 30, 2018 4
Easter (All Movies, 3-Day, Inflation Adjusted) 10 $40,902,661 Mar 30, 2018 4
Easter (Opening, 3-Day) 5 $41,769,050 Mar 30, 2018 4
Easter (Opening, 3-Day, Inflation Adjusted) 9 $40,902,661 Mar 30, 2018 4
Fastest to $50m 237 $53,710,325 Mar 30, 2018 4
Top 2018 Theater Average 41 $9,865 Mar 30, 2018 4
Widest Opening Weekend 34 4,234 Mar 30, 2018 4
Biggest Domestic March Day 77 $15,601,179 Mar 31, 2018 3
Biggest Domestic Thursday 62 $11,946,275 Mar 29, 2018 1

Lead Ensemble Members

   Wade Watts/Parzival
   Art3mis
   Nolan Sorrento
   Ogden Morrow
   James Donovan Halliday/Anorak
   i-R0k
   Shoto
   Aech/Helen

Supporting Cast

Win Morisaki    Daito
Hannah John-Kamen    F’Nale Zandor
Ralph Ineson    Rick
Susan Lynch    Alice
Clare Higgins    Mrs. Gilmore
Laurence Spellman    Lame Tattoo Guy (Reb)
Perdita Weeks    Kira
Joel MacCormack    Sixer #6655
Kit Connor    Reb Kid
Leo Heller    Reb Kid
Antonio Mattera    Reb Kid
Ronke Adekoluejo    Sorrento’s Assistant
William Gross    Ten-Year Old Kid
Gareth Mason    Chubby Kid
Sandra Dickinson    Old Woman Boxing
Lynne Wilmot    Pole Dancer
Jayden Fowora-Knight    Boy Playing Tennis
Gavin Marshall    Shift Manager/Mocap Core Cast
Mark Stanley    Old Woman Zombie
Emily Beacock    Twin
Rosanna Beacock    Twin
Gem Refoufi    Pretty Naked Girl Body Double
Jane Leaney    Queen of Cats/Bathroom Zombie/Mocap Core Cast
Elliot Barnes-Worrell    Sixer #1
Asan N’Jie    Sixer #5 (Last Sixer)
Robert Gilbert    Andrew (Sorrento’s Head of Security)
Stephen Mitchell    Police Officer
Letitia Wright    Reb (Safe House)
Kae Alexander    Reb (Safe House)
Josh Jefferies    Mocap Core Cast/Sixer Instructor
Avye Leventis    Mocap Core Cast/Female Sixer #2
Dean Street    Mocap Core Cast
Michael Wildman    Sixer Drill Instructor
Turlough Convery    Chief Oology Expert
Joe Hurst    Oology Expert
Eric Sigmundsson    Oology Expert
James Dryden    Oology Expert
Danielle Phillips    Oology Expert
Rona Morison    Oology Expert
Khalil Madovi    Oology Expert
Bruce Lester Johnson    IOI Board Member
Tom Turner    IOI Board Member
Paul Barnhill    Sorrento’s Man
Isaac Andrews    Halliday 7 years old
Maeve Bluebell Wells    Female Sixer #1
Naana Agyei-Ampadu    Gospel Singer
Donovan Blackwood    Gospel Singer
Neet Mohan    Snacks (Bootsuit Commercial)
Georgie Farmer    Kid (Bootsuit Commercial)
Kathryn Wilder    Female Gamer (Bootsuit Commercial)
Sid Sagar    Regular Guy (Bootsuit Commercial)
David Forman    Hong Kong Businessman
Ian Davies    Police Officer (Stacks Explosion)
Lulu Wilson    Elementary Kid
Adolfo Alvarez    Elementary Kid
Alonso Alvarez    Elementary Kid
Jadah Marie    Elementary Kid
Mckenna Grace    Elementary Kid
Arianna Jaffier    High School Kid
Armani Jackson    High School Kid
Britain Dalton    High School Kid
Jacob Bertrand    High School Kid
Daniel Zolghadri    High School Kid
Sydney Brower    Girl in Bedroom at House
Cara Pifko    Leslee
Vic Chao    Goro
Cara Theobold    Tracer

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

Production and Technical Credits

   Director
Steven Spielberg    Producer
Kristie Macosko Krieger    Producer
Donald De Line    Producer
Dan Farah    Producer
Eric Eason    Screenwriter
Zak Penn    Screenwriter
Ernest Cline    Based on the novel by
Bruce Berman    Executive Producer
Chris Defaria    Executive Producer
Daniel Lupi    Executive Producer
Adam Somner    Executive Producer
John Williams    Composer
Gary Powell    Stunt Coordinator
Janusz Kaminski    Director of Photography
Adam Stockhausen    Production Designer
Michael Kahn    Editor
Sarah Broshar    Editor
Kasia Walicka Maimone    Costume Designer
Lucy Bevan    Casting Director
Ellen Lewis    Casting Director
Roger Guyett    Visual Effects Supervisor
Grady Cofer    Visual Effects Supervisor
Matthew Butler    Visual Effects Supervisor
David Shirk    Animation Supervisor
Ernest Cline    Co-Producer
Jennifer Meislohn    Co-Producer
Daniel Lupi    Unit Production Manager
Adam Somner    First Assistant Director
Emma Horton    Second Assistant Director
Mark Scruton    Supervising Art Director
Stuart Rose    Senior Art Director
Guy Bradley    Art Director
Gavin Fitch    Art Director
Martin Macrae    Art Director
Rick Carter    Associate Producer
Chris Munro    Sound Mixer
Zoe Morgan    Script Supervisor
Demelza Cronin    Production Supervisor
Gary Rydstrom    Supervising Sound Designer
Richard Hymns    Supervising Sound Editor
Andy Nelson    Re-recording Mixer
Gary Rydstrom    Re-recording Mixer
Patrick Crane    Associate Editor
Christopher Patterson    Assistant Editor
Simon Davis    Assistant Editor
Kevin Birou    Assistant Editor
Andrey Ragozin    Assistant Editor
George Mitchell    Assistant Editor
James Durante    Assistant Editor
Jeff Carson    Music Editor
Dan Grace    Costume Supervisor
Anna Pinnock    Set Decorator
Ali James    Supervising Location Manager
Robert Campbell-Bell    Location Manager
Neil Corbould    Special Effects Supervisor
Addison Teague    Sound Effects Editor
E.J. Holowicki    Sound Effects Editor
Steve Slanec    Dialogue Editor
Brian Chumney    Dialogue Editor

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

International Box Office: Infinity Tops the Charts even without China

May 3rd, 2018

Avengers: Infinity War

Avengers: Infinity War broke the record for highest international debut and highest worldwide debut. The film was expected to do well, but breaking records like this is impressive, especially since it hasn’t opened in China yet. The film started with $380.0 million in 52 markets for a global opening of $637.7 million. It is already the second biggest worldwide hit of the year and just shy of the top 100 all-time. The film’s biggest opening was in the U.K., where it earned $40.50 million in 650 theaters, but this is only the third biggest opening of all time there. On the other hand, it had the biggest opening of all time in South Korea with $27.52 million on 2,553 screens over the weekend for a total opening of $38.79 million. The film also cracked $20 million in Mexico, with an opening of $24.80 million, while it topped $10 million in Brazil ($18.8 million); India ($18.6 million); Australia ($16.07 million on 940 screens over the weekend for a total opening of $22.65 million); and Germany ($14.7 million). The film opens in Russia this weekend and China the following weekend and by the time the film opens in China, it will likely be the biggest global hit of 2018. More...

International Box Office: Rampage Retains Lead on International Chart

April 25th, 2018

Rampage

Rampage remained in first place on the international chart with $58.0 million on 33,140 screens in 61 markets, for totals of $217.6 million internationally and $283.3 million worldwide. The studio’s share of this is very likely above the film’s $120 million production budget, so it has an excellent shot at breaking even early in its home market run. The film’s biggest market of the weekend was China, where it earned $27.07 million on 16,900 screens over the weekend for a two-week total of $106.57 million. The film has yet to open in France, Germany, and Japan and by the time it’s done, it will be very close to breaking even. More...

Weekend Predictions: The Quiet Before the Storm

April 19th, 2018

I Feel Pretty

There are two wide releases this week, I Feel Pretty and Super Troopers 2, as well as a semi-wide release that has a shot at the top ten, Traffik. However, most analysts think A Quiet Place will return to first place on the box office chart. Meanwhile, Infinity War opens next week and that’s all most moviegoers are talking about and this will likely really hurt this week’s box office. This weekend last year, The Fate of the Furious remained on top with $38 million, while the top three films combined earned $60 million. I don’t think 2018 will be able to match that, but it should be close. More...

International Box Office: Rampage Runs Roughshod over Competition topping Century Mark

April 18th, 2018

Rampage

Rampage dominated the international box office earning more than the rest of the top ten combined with $115.7 million on 40,200 screens in 61 markets for a worldwide opening weekend of $151.5 million. The film’s biggest opening was in China, where it managed $54.88 million on 21,500 screens over the weekend for a total opening of $55.56 million. This is a good result, compared to recent results. It’s better than Tomb Raider managed, but not as good as Ready Player One, for example. The U.K. and South Korea were in a close race for second place with the former earning $5.8 million on 883 screens and the latter earning $4.99 million on 909 screens over the weekend for a total opening of $5.60 million. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Rampage Climbs Ahead of A Quiet Place with $35.75 million

April 16th, 2018

Rampage

Rampage was widely expected to earn first place over the weekend, and it did. However, A Quiet Place gave it a real run for its money and after Friday’s estimates, it looked like the horror film would repeat on top. Meanwhile, Truth or Dare was also a pleasant surprise at the box office earning close to $19 million on a $3.5 million production budget. Overall, the box office fell 9.8% from last weekend to $147 million. This is also 13% lower than the same weekend last year. That said, The Fate of the Furious opened this weekend last year and earned almost $100 million, so it could have been worse. Year-to-date, 2018 is still behind behind 2017 by $70 million or 2.0% or $3.27 billion to $3.33 billion. More...

Friday Estimates: Quiet Looks to Silence Rampage

April 14th, 2018

Rampage

Rampage earned first place on Friday, barely, with $11.5 million. Its reviews slipped down to exactly 50%, but that’s still the best ever for a wide release based on a video game, and it earned an impressive A minus from CinemaScore. This adds up to a $32 million opening weekend. Unfortunately, the film cost $120 million to make and even more for its global P&A. And as we will see shortly, A Quiet Place was right on its tail on Friday. Fortunately, the film is doing better in some international markets. For example, it earned $15.6 million in China alone, with an early estimate of $21.2 million for Saturday. More...

Weekend Predictions: Will Rampage Shake Up the Box Office?

April 12th, 2018

Rampage

Rampage is the biggest new release of the week and at one time it was widely assumed it would be the biggest hit of the month. Granted, this changed the second Infinity War moved up to an April release. However, now the film likely won’t even be the second biggest hit of the month, as A Quiet Place dominated last weekend. Truth or Dare has to deal with direct competition and that’s going to kill it. Finally, Isle of Dogs is expanding semi-wide. It likely won’t reach the top five, but it is already doing well for a limited release. This weekend last year, The Fate of the Furious opened with nearly $100 million. That’s about what the top four will earn this year. I can’t imagine 2018 coming ahead in the year-over-year comparison. More...

International Box Office: Ready Remains First, Nears $400 million Worldwide

April 10th, 2018

Ready Player One

Ready Player One remained in first place on the international chart with $83.8 million on 33,787 screens in 65 markets for totals of $297.1 million internationally and $393.6 million worldwide. The film’s best new market was Germany, where it opened in first place with $2.88 million on 866 screens. Its best market overall was China with $43.45 million in 17,738 screens over the weekend for a two-week total of $162.26 million. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Quiet Place Helps the Box Office Make Some Noise

April 9th, 2018

A Quiet Place

A Quiet Place not only topped predictions, it nearly doubled them earning $50.20 million during its opening weekend. The rest of the new releases also beat expectations, albeit by much smaller margins. Blockers nearly matched its production budget, while Chappaquiddick and The Miracle Season didn’t embarrass themselves. Add in some strong holds and the total box office was a surprisingly robust $162 million. This is 19% higher than last weekend and 36% higher than the same weekend last year. Year-to-date, 2018 is still behind 2017 by $60 million or 1.8% at $3.07 billion to $3.12 billion. This is half as much as the gap was this time last week, which is great news going forward. More...

Weekend Estimates: A Quiet Place Opens in the Black with $50 million

April 8th, 2018

A Quiet Place

If it weren’t for Black Panther, A Quiet Place would be the biggest surprise hit of the year so far. The film earned $50 million during its opening weekend, on a budget of just $17 million. Its initial ad buy was probably less than $25 million, meaning this film earned more in its opening weekend that its combined budget. However, I assume Paramount Pictures put in at least another $10 million ad buy on Saturday after Friday’s estimates showed up. As for the film’s future, its reviews are close to Award-worthy and it earned a B plus from CinemaScore, which is impressive for a horror film. Additionally, the film saw its score rise on Saturday when compared to Friday, which is not common for a new release. Previews plus the opening day rush usually result in small declines for films aimed at this target audience. It is still a horror film and next week there is big competition and direct competition, so its legs likely won’t be great, but its nearly guaranteed a profit by this time next week. More...

Friday Estimates: A Quiet Place has Deafening Opening with $19 million

April 7th, 2018

A Quiet Place

There are people at Paramount Pictures walking around with confused looks on their faces. They don’t know what to do, because it has been so long since they have had an unqualified box office hit like this. A Quiet Place earned $19 million on Friday, which is well above expectations and more than it cost to make. Its reviews are 97% positive, while it earned a B plus from CinemaScore, which is amazing for a horror film. Granted, horror films still tend to be front-loaded, but an opening weekend of close to $50 million is possible. Being a little more conservative is probably a good idea, so let’s go with $47 million. We would have to go back to 2016's Arrival to find the last time Paramount had a film that was an unqualified box office hit. That film likely broke even early in its home market run. A Quiet Place will likely break even just on its domestic theatrical numbers. More...

Weekend Predictions: Will April Have a Quiet Start?

April 5th, 2018

A Quiet Place

There are only two wide releases this week, A Quiet Place and Blockers, both of which are expected to be midlevel hits. There are also two films opening semi-wide, Chappaquiddick and The Miracle Season, neither of which are expected to open in the top five. This weekend last year, The Boss Baby led the way with $26.36 million during its second weekend of release. A Quiet Place could top that, but even if it does, last year’s depth will probably keep 2017 behind 2018 in the year-over-year comparison. More...

International Box Office: Ready Starts Out Number One Internationally with $127.5 million

April 4th, 2018

Ready Player One

Ready Player One opened in first place on the international chart with $127.5 million on 35,600 screens in 62 markets. Its biggest single market was China with $61.61 million on 18,200 screens over the weekend for a total opening of $62.06 million. This is Warner Bros.’ biggest opening ever in this market. The film’s second biggest international market of the weekend was South Korea, where it earned second place with $6.35 million on 1,079 screens for a total opening of $8.08 million. The film also had to settle for second place behind Peter Rabbit in the U.K. with $7.3 million on 1,251 screens. The film did open in first place in several other major markets, including France ($6.15 million on 719 screens) and Russia ($5.74 million on 1,461). More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Spielberg’s Decade Best Can’t Save Overall Box Office

April 3rd, 2018

Ready Player One

Ready Player One not only opened in first place over the weekend, but its three-day total of $41.77 million was Steven Spielberg’s best opening weekend as a director in almost exactly a decade. Acrimony was a solid second place finisher with $17.17 million. God’s Not Dead: A Light in Darkness missed the top ten. Overall, the box office rose 4.9% from last weekend hitting $136 million, but this was still 20% lower than the same weekend last year. 2018 is now 4.9% or $150 million behind 2017’s pace at $2.84 billion to $2.99 billion. More...

Weekend Estimates: Ready Player One Solid On Debut

April 1st, 2018

Ready Player One

The gulf between blockbusters and also-rans could hardly be starker these days. Since the release of Black Panther to a whopping $202 million on February 16, three movies that could have caught the general public’s imagination have arrived on the scene, and earned somewhere between a fifth and a seventh of that on opening weekend. Ready Player One is the most successful among them, with an opening of $41.2 million predicted by Warner Bros. as of this morning. That compares favorably to the openings of A Wrinkle in Time (which started out with $33.1 million), and Pacific Rim: Uprising ($28.1 million), and is, in fact, the best weekend in 2018 for a movie not called Black Panther, but it barely starts to chip away at considerable marketing costs, let alone a reported $150 million production budget. More...

Friday Estimates: Player One is Ready and Able with $15.2 million Friday

March 31st, 2018

Ready Player One

Ready Player One earned first place on Friday with $15.2 million, for a two-day total of $27.2 million. Continuing the comparison I’ve been doing with G.I. Joe: Retaliation, this news is mixed. Ready Player One had a much better preview night, which we can attribute to previews being relatively new when Retaliation came out. The two films’ 24-hour Thursday numbers were nearly the same, and now Ready Player One has slipped just behind Retaliation’s pace. Ready Player One does have very good reviews, but the two films both earned A-minuses from CinemaScore, so they should have similar legs. I’m still going to give the edge to Ready Player One at $41 million / $52 million, but it is close. More...

Thursday Night Previews: Player Starts Out as Number One

March 30th, 2018

Ready Player One

Ready Player One pulled in $12.1 million on Thursday, including $3.75 million in previews. If we again compare this start to G.I. Joe: Retaliation, we see some good news, but also some troubling news. Relatiation only managed $2.6 million in previews, but $10.51 million on Thursday, so Ready Player One has shorter legs already. That said, Relatiation came out before previews were as big as they are now, so perhaps it is better just to judge the film’s Thursday numbers. If we use the full Thursday numbers, then Ready Player One is on pace for a $47 million / $59 million opening weekend. If we just use the 24-hour Thursday numbers, then Ready Player One will open with $41 million / $51 million over the weekend. Ready Player One does have better reviews, but they both earned A minuses from CinemaScore, so perhaps having the same legs from now on is more likely than not. We will have a better idea once Friday’s numbers are out. More...

Weekend Predictions: Is Player One Ready to Dominate the Box Office? (With Preview Numbers)

March 29th, 2018

Ready Player One

March comes to a close with three wide releases. Of these, only Ready Player One is expected to be even a midlevel hit. In fact, it will likely earn more over its four-day weekend than the other two films earn in total. Acrimony should open in the mid to low teens, while God’s Not Dead: A Light in Darkness will barely make the top ten. This weekend last year, The Boss Baby opened with just over $50 million. Maybe Ready Player One will make that much over four days. Even if it does, 2017’s impressive depth means there’s almost no chance 2018 will win in the year-over-year comparison. More...

2018 Preview: March

March 1st, 2018

Ready Player One

February was an amazing month, thanks mainly to Black Panther, but Fifty Shades Freed and Peter Rabbit were also significant hits and overall the month was a massive improvement over last February. Looking forward, there’s nothing opening in March that will earn as much in total as Black Panther did during its opening weekend. That said, A Wrinkle in Time and Ready Player One should have no trouble getting to $100 million, while Tomb Raider has a 50/50 chance of getting there. Unfortunately, compared to last March, this is still a pittance. There’s a chance that no film opening this March will earn as much in total as Beauty and the Beast opened with last march. We will need Black Panther to have good legs to keep 2018 ahead of 2017 by the end of the month. More...

Ready Player One Trailer

December 12th, 2017

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Domestic Cumulative Box Office Records


Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2018/03/30 1 $41,769,050   4,234 $9,865   $53,710,325 1
2018/04/06 2 $24,624,178 -41% 4,234 $5,816   $96,484,703 2
2018/04/13 4 $11,519,388 -53% 3,661 $3,147   $114,922,186 3
2018/04/20 6 $7,418,738 -36% 3,208 $2,313   $126,100,064 4
2018/04/27 9 $2,563,325 -65% 2,365 $1,084   $130,811,543 5
2018/05/04 12 $1,330,043 -48% 1,405 $947   $133,074,547 6
2018/05/11 16 $892,682 -33% 804 $1,110   $134,563,601 7

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2018/03/29 1 $11,946,275   4,234 $2,822   $11,946,275 1
2018/03/30 1 $15,004,052 +26% 4,234 $3,544   $26,950,327 2
2018/03/31 1 $15,601,179 +4% 4,234 $3,685   $42,551,506 3
2018/04/01 1 $11,158,819 -28% 4,234 $2,636   $53,710,325 4
2018/04/02 1 $5,241,464 -53% 4,234 $1,238   $58,951,789 5
2018/04/03 1 $5,392,511 +3% 4,234 $1,274   $64,344,300 6
2018/04/04 1 $4,002,387 -26% 4,234 $945   $68,346,687 7
2018/04/05 1 $3,513,838 -12% 4,234 $830   $71,860,525 8
2018/04/06 3 $6,788,910 +93% 4,234 $1,603   $78,649,435 9
2018/04/07 2 $11,053,393 +63% 4,234 $2,611   $89,702,828 10
2018/04/08 2 $6,781,875 -39% 4,234 $1,602   $96,484,703 11
2018/04/09 2 $1,658,365 -76% 4,234 $392   $98,143,068 12
2018/04/10 2 $2,347,283 +42% 4,234 $554   $100,490,351 13
2018/04/11 3 $1,552,689 -34% 4,234 $367   $102,043,040 14
2018/04/12 2 $1,359,758 -12% 4,234 $321   $103,402,798 15
2018/04/13 5 $2,972,831 +119% 3,661 $812   $106,375,629 16
2018/04/14 4 $4,933,146 +66% 3,661 $1,347   $111,308,775 17
2018/04/15 3 $3,613,411 -27% 3,661 $987   $114,922,186 18
2018/04/16 4 $955,760 -74% 3,661 $261   $115,877,946 19
2018/04/17 5 $1,127,935 +18% 3,661 $308   $117,005,881 20
2018/04/18 4 $830,842 -26% 3,661 $227   $117,836,723 21
2018/04/19 3 $844,603 +2% 3,661 $231   $118,681,326 22
2018/04/20 7 $1,938,141 +129% 3,208 $604   $120,619,467 23
2018/04/21 6 $3,370,380 +74% 3,208 $1,051   $123,989,847 24
2018/04/22 5 $2,110,217 -37% 3,208 $658   $126,100,064 25
2018/04/23 5 $548,377 -74% 3,208 $171   $126,648,441 26
2018/04/24 6 $727,445 +33% 3,208 $227   $127,375,886 27
2018/04/25 7 $542,295 -25% 3,208 $169   $127,918,181 28
2018/04/26 7 $330,037 -39% 3,208 $103   $128,248,218 29
2018/04/27 9 $646,246 +96% 2,365 $273   $128,894,464 30
2018/04/28 9 $1,120,489 +73% 2,365 $474   $130,014,953 31
2018/04/29 8 $796,590 -29% 2,365 $337   $130,811,543 32
2018/04/30 9 $233,060 -71% 2,365 $99   $131,044,603 33
2018/05/01 9 $283,590 +22% 2,365 $120   $131,328,193 34
2018/05/02 8 $215,175 -24% 2,365 $91   $131,543,368 35
2018/05/03 8 $201,136 -7% 2,365 $85   $131,744,504 36
2018/05/04 12 $338,487 +68% 1,405 $241   $132,082,991 37
2018/05/05 12 $567,887 +68% 1,405 $404   $132,650,878 38
2018/05/06 12 $423,669 -25% 1,405 $302   $133,074,547 39
2018/05/07 12 $137,718 -67% 1,405 $98   $133,212,265 40
2018/05/08 12 $190,038 +38% 1,405 $135   $133,402,303 41
2018/05/09 11 $142,040 -25% 1,405 $101   $133,544,343 42
2018/05/10 11 $126,576 -11% 1,405 $90   $133,670,919 43
2018/05/11 14 $220,483 +74% 804 $274   $133,891,402 44
2018/05/12 15 $387,378 +76% 804 $482   $134,278,780 45
2018/05/13 13 $284,821 -26% 804 $354   $134,563,601 46
2018/05/14 14 $90,818 -68% 804 $113   $134,654,419 47
2018/05/15 14 $121,093 +33% 804 $151   $134,775,512 48
2018/05/16 15 $100,127 -17% 804 $125   $134,875,639 49
2018/05/17 14 $50,971 -49% 804 $63   $134,926,610 50

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2018/03/23 7 $11,946,275   4,234 $2,822   $11,946,275 1
2018/03/30 1 $59,914,250 +402% 4,234 $14,151   $71,860,525 2
2018/04/06 2 $31,542,273 -47% 4,234 $7,450   $103,402,798 3
2018/04/13 4 $15,278,528 -52% 3,661 $4,173   $118,681,326 4
2018/04/20 6 $9,566,892 -37% 3,208 $2,982   $128,248,218 5
2018/04/27 9 $3,496,286 -63% 2,365 $1,478   $131,744,504 6
2018/05/04 12 $1,926,415 -45% 1,405 $1,371   $133,670,919 7
2018/05/11 15 $1,255,691 -35% 804 $1,562   $134,926,610 8

Box Office Summary Per Territory

Territory Release
Date
Opening
Weekend
Opening
Weekend
Theaters
Maximum
Theaters
Theatrical
Engagements
Total
Box Office
Report
Date
Australia 3/30/2018 $3,022,919 480 480 1818 $10,428,909 5/17/2018
Brazil 3/30/2018 $2,200,000 767 767 1432 $4,000,000 4/9/2018
Bulgaria 3/30/2018 $73,283 0 0 0 $255,157 5/14/2018
China 3/29/2018 $60,880,000 109352 109352 355201 $218,500,000 5/19/2018
Czech Republic 3/30/2018 $490,747 142 142 392 $1,224,888 5/15/2018
France 3/28/2018 $6,150,000 719 719 2099 $20,700,000 5/14/2018
Germany 4/6/2018 $2,474,041 576 601 1753 $7,800,000 5/14/2018
Hong Kong 3/30/2018 $0 0 80 80 $6,100,000 5/14/2018
India 3/30/2018 $0 0 0 0 $650,120 5/2/2018
Italy 3/28/2018 $2,189,396 570 570 1096 $5,771,756 5/7/2018
Japan 4/20/2018 $4,400,000 745 748 2922 $19,800,000 5/14/2018
Lithuania 3/30/2018 $50,128 93 99 359 $206,070 5/4/2018
Mexico 3/30/2018 $2,992,140 2083 2083 3443 $9,200,000 5/14/2018
Netherlands 3/30/2018 $950,233 121 154 801 $2,859,423 5/14/2018
New Zealand 3/30/2018 $561,517 117 117 488 $1,878,249 5/7/2018
Portugal 3/30/2018 $291,360 94 94 321 $765,924 5/11/2018
Russia (CIS) 3/30/2018 $5,737,337 1461 1542 5432 $13,000,000 5/7/2018
Slovakia 3/30/2018 $177,335 65 65 190 $456,038 5/15/2018
South Korea 3/20/2018 $0 0 1079 3140 $18,387,710 5/20/2018
Spain 3/30/2018 $2,382,253 341 349 1869 $8,500,000 5/14/2018
Taiwan 3/30/2018 $0 0 204 204 $12,200,000 5/14/2018
Turkey 3/30/2018 $224,806 286 286 734 $709,253 4/24/2018
United Kingdom 3/30/2018 $7,172,171 621 635 2878 $22,600,000 5/14/2018
 
Rest of World $49,490,265
 
International Total$435,483,762 5/20/2018

International Cumulative Box Office Records


Worldwide Cumulative Box Office Records


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