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Roman J. Israel, Esq. (2017)

Roman J. Israel, Esq.
Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $11,962,712Details
International Box Office $308,830Details
Worldwide Box Office $12,271,542
Home Market Performance
Est. Domestic DVD Sales $761,971 Details
Est. Domestic Blu-ray Sales $694,762 Details
Total Est. Domestic Video Sales $1,456,733
Further financial details...

  1. Summary
  2. News
  3. Box Office
  4. International
  5. Video Sales
  6. Full Financials
  7. Cast & Crew
  8. Trailer

Synopsis

Set in the underbelly of the overburdened Los Angeles criminal court system, Roman J. Israel Esq is a driven, idealistic defense attorney whose life is upended when his mentor, a civil rights icon, dies. When he is recruited to join a firm led by one of the legendary man’s former students — the ambitious lawyer George Pierce — and begins a friendship with a young champion of equal rights, a turbulent series of events ensue that will put the activism that has defined Roman’s career to the test.

Metrics

Latest Ranking on Cumulative Box Office Lists

RecordRankAmount
All Time Domestic Box Office (Rank 4,501-4,600) 4,543 $11,962,712
All Time International Box Office (Rank 7,701-7,800) 7,749 $308,830
All Time Worldwide Box Office (Rank 5,701-5,800) 5,730 $12,271,542

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


Movie Details

Production Budget:$22,000,000
Domestic Releases: November 17th, 2017 (Limited) by Sony Pictures
November 22nd, 2017 (Expands Wide) by Sony Pictures
International Releases: January 25th, 2018 (Wide) (Aruba)
January 25th, 2018 (Wide) (Curacao)
February 1st, 2018 (Wide) (Suriname)
February 2nd, 2018 (Wide) (United Kingdom)
February 8th, 2018 (Wide) (Denmark)
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Video Release: January 30th, 2018 by Columbia Pictures Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for language and some violence.
(Rating bulletin 2497 (Cert #51019), 10/11/2017)
Running Time: 129 minutes
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Keywords: Lawyers, Los Angeles, Civil Rights Movement, Courtroom Drama, African-American, Death of a Partner
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Drama
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: Columbia Pictures, Macro Media, Topic , Cross Creek Pictures, Bron Creative, Image Nation Abu Dhabi, Escape Artists
Production Countries: United States

Ranking on other Records and Milestones

RecordRankAmountChart
Date
Days In
Release
Thanksgiving (All Movies, 5-Day) 225 $6,126,837 Nov 24, 2017 10
Thanksgiving (All Movies, 5-Day, Inflation Adjusted) 212 $13,034,815 Nov 24, 2017 10
Thanksgiving (Opening, 3-Day) 84 $4,447,070 Nov 24, 2017 10
Thanksgiving (Opening, 3-Day, Inflation Adjusted) 94 $4,512,468 Nov 24, 2017 10
Thanksgiving (Opening, 5-Day) 80 $6,126,837 Nov 24, 2017 10
Thanksgiving (Opening, 5-Day, Inflation Adjusted) 79 $13,034,815 Nov 24, 2017 10
Top 2017 Theater Average 81 $15,500 Nov 17, 2017 3

Leading Cast

   Roman J. Israel

Supporting Cast

Colin Farrell    George Pierce
Carmen Ejogo    Maya Alston
Lynda Gravatt    Vernita Wells
Amanda Warren    Lynn Jackson
Hugo Armstrong    Fritz Molinar
Sam Gilroy    Connor Novick
Tony Plana    Jessie Salinas
DeRon Horton    Derrell Ellerbee
Amari Cheatom    Carter Johnson
Vince Cefalu    Security Bailiff
Tarina Pouncy    Hallway Bailiff
Nazneen Contractor    Melina Nassour (Ass't. DA)
Niles Fitch    Langston Bailey
Jocelyn Ayanna    Court Officer Bailiff
Eli Blidner    Prosecutor Michael Wesley
Robert Prescott    Hon. Adam W. Hilliard
Sedale Threatt Jr    Jeff
Elisa Perry    Felicity Ellerbee
James T Lee*    James Lee
Brittany Ishibashi    Beth (Jessie's Ass't.)
Cynthia Dallas    Lock-Up Guard
Shelley Hennig    Olivia Reed (George’s Ass’t.)
Annie Sertich    Kate Becker (Ass't. DA)
Esperanza Spalding    Coalition Activist #1
Jessica Camacho    Coalition Activist #2
Ajgie Kirkland    Homeless Man
Franco Vega    Officer Will Wallace
Lauren Ellen Thompson    Officer Leslie Hunt
Anthony Traina    Mugger
Ludwig Manukian    Armenian Man
King Orba    Danny Barnes (Donut Vendor)
Joseph David Jones    Marcus Jones (Dept. Store Salesman)
Kelly Sullivan    Kathryn (Realto)
Pej Vahdat    Abbas (Lynn’s Husband)
Henry Sanders    Pastor Jack
Claudia de Vasco    Latino Wife
Carlos E Campos    Latino Husband
Lawrence Tanter    Lakers PA Announcer
Miles Heizer    Kyle Owens (Teenager #1)
Kevin Hernandez*    Diego Ortiz (Teenager #2)
Just N Time*    Hitman

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

Production and Technical Credits

   Director
Dan Gilroy    Screenwriter
Jennifer Fox    Producer
Todd Black    Producer
Denzel Washington    Producer
Director of Photography*    Cinematographer
Kevin Kavanaugh    Production Designer
John Gilroy    Editor
Francine Jamison-Tanchuck    Costume Designer
James Newton Howard    Composer
Victoria Thomas    Casting Director
Brian Oliver    Executive Producer
Betsy Danbury    Executive Producer
Charles D. King    Executive Producer
Kim Roth    Executive Producer
Poppy Hanks    Executive Producer
Michael Bloom    Executive Producer
Adam Pincus    Executive Producer
Aaron Gilbert    Executive Producer
Alex Lebovici    Executive Producer
Steve Ponce    Executive Producer
Derek Dauchy    Executive Producer
Ben Ross    Executive Producer
Betsy Danbury    Unit Production Manager
Donald L. Sparks    First Assistant Director
Peter Dress    Second Assistant Director
Mike Smith    Stunt Coordinator
Jason Cloth    Co-Executive Producer
Donald L. Sparks    Associate Producer
Andrew Blau    Production Supervisor
Robert W. Joseph*    Art Director
Meg Everist    Set Decorator
Margit Pfeiffer    Supervising Sound Editor
Andy Koyama    Re-recording Mixer
Martyn Zub    Re-recording Mixer
Martyn Zub    Sound Designer
Del Spiva    Music Editor
Graham Stumpf    Post-Production Supervisor
Lucas Tanner    Associate Producer
Jose Antonio Garcia    Sound Mixer
Beverly Jo Pryor    Make up
Martha Callender    Make up
Melissa Forney    Hairstylist
Pierce Austin    Hairstylist
Diane Collins    Script Supervisor
Richard B. Molina    First Assistant Editor
Corry Seeholzer    Assistant Editor
Maritza L. Garcia-Roddy    Costume Supervisor
Robert Foulkes    Location Manager
Elia P. Popov    Special Effects Supervisor
Brendon O'Dell    Special Effects Coordinator
Mike Smith    Second Unit Director
Ann Scibelli    Sound Designer
Joe Dzuban    Sound Effects Editor
Julie Feiner    Dialogue and ADR Editor
Robert Nederhorst    Visual Effects Supervisor
Whitney Gearin    Visual Effects Producer
Annalisa Torina    Production Manager

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

2017 Awards Season: Oscars: And the Winner is... The Shape of Water for Best Picture

March 4th, 2018

The Shape of Water

It’s Oscar night and we will be live blogging the show. We will announce the winners and have our reactions as they happen, while keeping track of how our readers did in predicting the outcomes. More...

2017 Awards Season: Oscars Nominations: Final Look

March 4th, 2018

The Shape of Water

It’s Oscar night and we will be live blogging the show. Before that, let’s take a last look at the nominations with a few annotations. Nominees in Italics are those that have received the most votes from our readers so far in our Oscar contest (which is open to new entries until noon, Pacific, today—enter now!). Bold films are those films I think will win. Meanwhile, those that are Underlined are those I want to win. Not all categories have underlined nominees, because not all categories have someone I’m cheering for, or because there are two nominees I couldn’t pick between. For example, I will be happy no matter who wins Best Supporting Actress. One last note: The contest is still going and the leading for Best Picture Switched from The Shape of Water to Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri to tied over the time I was writing this story. This is the closest I’ve ever seen it. Guessing the best picture correctly will go a long way to winning. More...

2017 Awards Season: Oscar Highlight: Best Leading Actor

February 22nd, 2018

Darkest Hour

With our annual Oscar Prediction contest underway, now is the best time to look at the nominees and try and figure out who the favorites are and who should just feel honored to be nominated. This week we look at the four acting categories, continuing with Best Lead Actor. As with every other acting category, there is an overwhelming favorite. More...

Home Market Releases for January 30th, 2018

January 31st, 2018

Professor Marston & The Wonder Women

This is one of the worse times of year for the home market. Until we start getting the holiday blockbusters landing on DVD / Blu-ray, there’s not much to talk about. That’s not to say there are no good releases, as God’s Own Country, The Square, and Steven Universe: Season One are all easily worth picking up. There are just no big releases. For example, the Pick of the Week goes to Professor Marston & The Wonder Women on Blu-ray, which was sadly ignored by moviegoers when it first hit theaters. More...

2017 Awards Season: Oscars Nominations

January 23rd, 2018

The Shape of Water

The Oscar nominations were announced starting at just after 5 am Pacific time. They do this every year and no one has been able to adequately explain why to me. At least there were some interesting results this year. The Shape of Water led the way with 13 nominations, which is one below the current record and nearly as many as the next two films combined. Overall, there were seventeen films that earned two or more nominations. More...

2017 Awards Season: SAG Nominations

December 13th, 2017

Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri

The Screen Actors Guild were the third group to announce their nominations for this awards season. So far there have been three different films earning the most nominations. Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri picked up four nominations, which is extra impressive, as there are only six theatrical categories. More...

Theater Averages: Tonya Skates its Way to $66,039

December 12th, 2017

I, Tonya

There was another Oscar contender on top of the theater average chart this weekend, as I, Tonya earned an average of $66,039 in four theaters. Call Me by Your Name was the next best film with an average of $31,761 in nine theaters. The film isn’t expanding as fast as one would expect, given its theater average, but this could be because the studio doesn’t think it has mainstream appeal. The Shape of Water was close behind with an average of $27,843 in 41 theaters and it has already earned some measure of mainstream success. The final film in the $10,000 club was Darkest Hour with an average of $13,989 in 53 theaters. More...

2017 - Awards Season: Golden Globes - Nominations

December 11th, 2017

The Shape of Water

The Golden Globes nominations are the second major Awards Season set to come out. Sort of. (WGA announced the nominations for TV, radio, etc., but not their theatrical nods.) It is still very early in the year, so it is hard to say if there are any real snubs, or if there are any real favorites. The Shape of Water led the way with seven nominations, while The Post and Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri were right behind with six a piece. More...

Theater Averages: Awards Season is Shaping Up

December 6th, 2017

The Shape of Water

It was another stellar weekend at the box office, at least as far as the theater average chart was concerned. The Shape of Water earned an average of $83,282 in two theaters. This is the fourth best of the year so far. Call Me by Your Name was right behind with an average of $73,890 in four theaters. This is by far the best result of the year for a holdover, more than doubling Lady Bird’s sophomore stint. However, Lady Bird expanded its theater count during its second weekend of release, while Call Me by Your Name did not. The Disaster Artist was close behind with an average of $63,755 in 19 theaters. You could argue this was the best result of the week, because the film was playing in many more theaters than the two films above it. Wonder Wheel was well back with an average of $28,111 in five theaters. Normally this would be an amazing start, but this week it won’t make an impact and it could fade away by the end of the year. Finally, Darkest Hour was the final film in the $10,000 club earning an average of $27,093 in four theaters during its second weekend of release. More...

Theater Averages: Name Finds its Calling with $103,233

November 28th, 2017

Call Me by Your Name

Call Me by Your Name dominated the theater average chart with an average of $103,233 in four theaters. It is the first film of the year to reach the $100,000 mark on the per theater chart. Lady Bird was the previous yearly champion with an average of $91,109, also in four theaters. The second-best average of the week was earned by Darkest Hour at $43,752 in four theaters. Bombshell: The Hedy Lamarr Story earned $18,742 in one theater; that’s amazing for a documentary. The overall number one film, Coco, earned an average of $12,742. The only holdover in the $10,000 club was Justice League, as it pulled in $10,143. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Coco is Cream of the Crop with $50.80 / $72.91 million

November 28th, 2017

Coco

Coco gave Disney yet another reason to be thankful for Thanksgiving weekend. It topped the chart, to give the studio 10 of the 11 biggest Thanksgiving openings of all time. Meanwhile, Justice League fell a little bit faster than expected, and $250 million domestically might be out of reach. It depends on how well it holds onto its theater count when The Last Jedi opens. Overall, the box office fell 5.2% from last weekend to $189 million. This is 2.4% higher than the same weekend last year. Granted, that’s not enough to deal with inflation, but at this point, I’m willing to use any excuse to celebrate. Year-to-date, 2017 was able to close the gap with 2016, but is still behind 4.1% with $9.53 billion to $9.95 billion. More...

Weekend Estimates: Coco Gives Disney Another Thanksgiving Win

November 26th, 2017

Coco Coco will easily top the box office chart this Thanksgiving weekend, with Disney projecting a $71 million 5-day opening, including $49 million from Friday to Sunday. That’s the fourth-best Thanksgiving opening of all time, behind Frozen ($94 million), Moana ($82 million), and Toy Story 2 ($80 million). In all, Disney lays claim to 10 of the top 11 opening weekend’s over this holiday period, although, to be fair, the Hunger Games and Harry Potter franchises both claim several spots in the higher reaches of the Thanksgiving weekend record chart, but were just playing in their second weekend, rather than opening.

Nit-picking aside, it’s a great weekend for Coco. More...

Friday Estimates: Coco Opens Strong, But Moana was Stronger

November 25th, 2017

Coco

It’s the Saturday after Black Friday, so things are returning to normal. Coco is leading the way, which no one should be terribly surprised by. It earned $13.24 million on Wednesday, which was about 15% lower than Moana’s opening day. It held on better on Thursday, cutting the gap to about 10% with $8.93 million. However, by Friday, it was behind Moana by 15% again. That said, if is maintains this pace throughout the rest of the weekend it will earn $48 million / $71 million during its opening weekend. This is almost exactly as I predicted and more than enough to make Disney very happy. Furthermore, thanks to 96% positive review and an amazing A plus from CinemaScore, as well as no real competition for the next two weeks, the film should have excellent legs. More...

Weekend Predictions: Will Coco Come to Life at the Box Office?

November 22nd, 2017

Coco

Coco is the only wide release of the week, which is amazing for Thanksgiving weekend. This should boost its chances at the box office and it is now expected to open in first place. Justice League was expected to repeat as box office champion this weekend, but that’s likely not going to happen now. This weekend last year, Moana earned $82 million over the five-day weekend. I don’t think Coco will match that, but it will come close enough to top the chart. More...

Theater Averages: Justice League tops Chart with $23,165, Three Billboards Grabs Second

November 21st, 2017

Justice League

Justice League topped the theater average chart with $23,165 in just over 4,000 theaters. This is in the top ten best theater averages for any wide release that has come out this year, but it is about 25% lower than it needed to be. Last week’s winner, Three Billboards Outside Ebbing Missouri was pushed into second place with an average of $20,796 in 53 theaters. Its strong hold plus its early success during Awards Season should help it stick around in theaters for a long time. Roman J. Israel, Esq was next with an average of $15,500 in four theaters. This would be a good start for a limited release, but it is scheduled to expand wide on Wednesday, so I’m not sure it is good enough. Finally, Lady Bird rounded out the $10,000 club with an average of $10,573 in 238 theaters. It has already earned a significant measure of mainstream success and it still has room to grow. More...

Weekend Estimates: How Much Trouble Does a $96 Million Opening Spell for the DCEU?

November 19th, 2017

Justice League

Justice League was meant to the be the big pay-off for the first phase of the DC Extended Universe, bringing together the characters introduced in Man of Steel, Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, and Wonder Woman, and setting the stage for next year’s Aquaman. The huge success of Wonder Woman this Summer seemed to be just the kick the franchise needed, and, given the history of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, which enjoyed steadily building success leading up to the gigantic opening of The Avengers, an opening north of $150 million, and maybe even approaching $200 million seemed a possibility a couple of months ago. In that context, the $96 million projected weekend announced by Warner Bros. this morning looks like a huge disappointment. What does it mean for the franchise? More...

Friday Estimates: Justice Prevails on Friday with $38.8 Million, but the DCEU in Peril

November 18th, 2017

Justice League

As predicted, Justice League dominated the Friday box office chart, earning four times its nearest competitor. However, it only managed $38.8 million on Friday, which is well below expectations. In fact, tracking has been dropping and the film is now widely expected to open with less than $100 million over the weekend, making it the only film in the DCEU to fail to reach the century mark during its opening weekend. There are a number of reasons why this film is struggling. Firstly, except for Wonder Woman, no film in the franchise has earned good reviews and mainstream audiences may have given up on the franchise. Secondly, the troubled production meant a lot of people who were part of the target audience, but not hardcore D.C. Comics fans, are taking a wait-and-see approach here. Since its reviews are bad, these people are staying home. Its CinemaScore is just a B plus, so it won’t have great legs going forward. Finally, there’s Thor: Ragnarok. That film is proving to be stronger than expected competition, as it started faster and is holding up better than most similar films. I think Warner Bros. is going to have to rethink the entire DCEU before going forward. Aquaman is already in post-production and Wonder Woman 2 is definitely going forward. After that, I’m not sure what films will or will not be made. More...

Limited and VOD Releases: Clear as Mud

November 17th, 2017

Mudbound

I think it will be a bad week at the box office for new limited releases. Mudbound is the best film on this week’s list, but it is playing on Netflix, so it will likely go no where at the box office. Sadly, there’s no other film that can take advantage of the lack of competition. More...

2017 Preview: November

November 1st, 2017

Thor: Ragnarok

October wasn’t a good month; then again, outside of a few bright spots, the overall box office has been a disaster since early summer. I would love to say November will turn things around, but, while it should be better, in this case “better” is a relative term. There are two films on this list with a chance at $300 million, Thor: Ragnarok and Justice League, while Coco is nearly a guarantee for $200 million. By comparison, last November had a similar result with three films earning between $200 million and $300 million, but none topping that figure. This means, if Thor: Ragnarok and Justice League both get to that milestone, then 2017 could cut into 2016’s lead during the month. It will still take a minor miracle for 2017 to catch up in the end, but just cutting the lead in half by the end of December would be a reason to celebrate at this point. More...

Roman J. Israel, Esq. Trailer

October 31st, 2017

Drama starring Denzel Washington, written and directed by Dan Gilroy, opens November 17 ... Full Movie Details. More...

Domestic Cumulative Box Office Records


Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2017/11/17 37 $61,999   4 $15,500   $61,999 1
2017/11/24 9 $4,447,070 +7,073% 1,648 $2,698   $6,201,114 2
2017/12/01 11 $1,958,702 -56% 1,669 $1,174   $9,526,792 3
2017/12/08 14 $871,624 -55% 1,453 $600   $11,209,149 4
2017/12/15 22 $140,232 -84% 238 $589   $11,728,979 5
2017/12/22 37 $15,886 -89% 49 $324   $11,820,566 6
2017/12/29 48 $11,512 -28% 33 $349   $11,851,274 7
2018/01/05 40 $27,636 +140% 80 $345   $11,887,893 8
2018/01/12 50 $12,773 -54% 42 $304   $11,915,451 9
2018/01/19 62 $5,581 -56% 25 $223   $11,926,994 10
2018/01/26 52 $11,421 +105% 31 $368   $11,942,780 11
2018/02/02 63 $4,390 -62% 10 $439   $11,955,144 12
2018/02/09 67 $2,176 -50% 6 $363   $11,961,105 13
2018/02/16 86 $545 -75% 3 $182   $11,962,424 14

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2017/11/17 - $22,842   4 $5,711   $22,842 1
2017/11/18 - $23,919 +5% 4 $5,980   $46,761 2
2017/11/19 - $15,238 -36% 4 $3,810   $61,999 3
2017/11/20 - $6,325 -58% 4 $1,581   $68,324 4
2017/11/21 - $5,953 -6% 4 $1,488   $74,277 5
2017/11/22 11 $752,654 +12,543% 1,648 $457   $826,931 6
2017/11/23 8 $927,113 +23% 1,648 $563   $1,754,044 7
2017/11/24 9 $1,817,538 +96% 1,648 $1,103   $3,571,582 8
2017/11/25 9 $1,695,670 -7% 1,648 $1,029   $5,267,252 9
2017/11/26 11 $933,862 -45% 1,648 $567   $6,201,114 10
2017/11/27 9 $333,971 -64% 1,648 $203   $6,535,085 11
2017/11/28 9 $468,531 +40% 1,648 $284   $7,003,616 12
2017/11/29 10 $289,045 -38% 1,648 $175   $7,292,661 13
2017/11/30 10 $275,429 -5% 1,648 $167   $7,568,090 14
2017/12/01 11 $607,595 +121% 1,669 $364   $8,175,685 15
2017/12/02 11 $854,969 +41% 1,669 $512   $9,030,654 16
2017/12/03 11 $496,138 -42% 1,669 $297   $9,526,792 17
2017/12/04 11 $182,321 -63% 1,669 $109   $9,709,113 18
2017/12/05 11 $276,189 +51% 1,669 $165   $9,985,302 19
2017/12/06 11 $183,136 -34% 1,669 $110   $10,168,438 20
2017/12/07 11 $169,087 -8% 1,669 $101   $10,337,525 21
2017/12/08 14 $253,191 +50% 1,453 $174   $10,590,716 22
2017/12/09 14 $390,025 +54% 1,453 $268   $10,980,741 23
2017/12/10 14 $228,408 -41% 1,453 $157   $11,209,149 24
2017/12/11 14 $92,879 -59% 1,453 $64   $11,302,028 25
2017/12/12 14 $134,716 +45% 1,453 $93   $11,436,744 26
2017/12/13 15 $95,384 -29% 1,453 $66   $11,532,128 27
2017/12/14 - $56,619 -41% 1,453 $39   $11,588,747 28
2017/12/15 - $36,878 -35% 238 $155   $11,625,625 29
2017/12/16 - $61,943 +68% 238 $260   $11,687,568 30
2017/12/17 - $41,411 -33% 238 $174   $11,728,979 31
2017/12/18 - $22,932 -45% 238 $96   $11,751,911 32
2017/12/19 - $26,813 +17% 238 $113   $11,778,724 33
2017/12/20 - $13,297 -50% 173 $77   $11,792,021 34
2017/12/21 - $12,659 -5% 173 $73   $11,804,680 35
2017/12/22 - $5,870 -54% 49 $120   $11,810,550 36
2017/12/23 - $7,074 +21% 49 $144   $11,817,624 37
2017/12/24 - $2,942 -58% 49 $60   $11,820,566 38
2017/12/25 - $4,786 +63% 49 $98   $11,825,352 39
2017/12/26 - $4,652 -3% 49 $95   $11,830,004 40
2017/12/27 - $4,437 -5% 49 $91   $11,834,441 41
2017/12/28 - $5,321 +20% 49 $109   $11,839,762 42
2017/12/29 - $4,123 -23% 33 $125   $11,843,885 43
2017/12/30 - $5,067 +23% 33 $154   $11,848,952 44
2017/12/31 - $2,322 -54% 33 $70   $11,851,274 45
2018/01/01 - $3,456 +49% 33 $105   $11,854,730 46
2018/01/02 - $2,139 -38% 33 $65   $11,856,869 47
2018/01/03 - $1,524 -29% 33 $46   $11,858,393 48
2018/01/04 - $1,864 +22% 33 $56   $11,860,257 49
2018/01/05 - $8,933 +379% 80 $112   $11,869,190 50
2018/01/06 - $11,842 +33% 80 $148   $11,881,032 51
2018/01/07 - $6,861 -42% 80 $86   $11,887,893 52
2018/01/12 - $3,615   42 $86   $11,906,293 57
2018/01/13 - $5,175 +43% 42 $123   $11,911,468 58
2018/01/14 - $3,983 -23% 42 $95   $11,915,451 59
2018/01/15 - $2,130 -47% 42 $51   $11,917,581 60
2018/01/16 - $1,320 -38% 42 $31   $11,918,901 61
2018/01/17 - $1,015 -23% 42 $24   $11,919,916 62
2018/01/18 - $1,497 +47% 42 $36   $11,921,413 63
2018/01/19 - $1,697 +13% 25 $68   $11,923,110 64
2018/01/20 - $2,732 +61% 25 $109   $11,925,842 65
2018/01/21 - $1,152 -58% 25 $46   $11,926,994 66
2018/01/22 - $633 -45% 25 $25   $11,927,627 67
2018/01/23 - $1,369 +116% 25 $55   $11,928,996 68
2018/01/24 - $1,268 -7% 25 $51   $11,930,264 69
2018/01/25 - $1,095 -14% 25 $44   $11,931,359 70
2018/01/26 - $2,975 +172% 31 $96   $11,934,334 71
2018/01/27 - $4,697 +58% 31 $152   $11,939,031 72
2018/01/28 - $3,749 -20% 31 $121   $11,942,780 73
2018/01/29 - $1,995 -47% 31 $64   $11,944,775 74
2018/01/30 - $2,231 +12% 31 $72   $11,947,006 75
2018/01/31 - $2,097 -6% 31 $68   $11,949,103 76
2018/02/01 - $1,651 -21% 31 $53   $11,950,754 77
2018/02/02 - $1,293 -22% 10 $129   $11,952,047 78
2018/02/03 - $2,147 +66% 10 $215   $11,954,194 79
2018/02/04 - $950 -56% 10 $95   $11,955,144 80
2018/02/05 - $677 -29% 10 $68   $11,955,821 81
2018/02/06 - $1,370 +102% 10 $137   $11,957,191 82
2018/02/07 - $733 -46% 10 $73   $11,957,924 83
2018/02/08 - $1,005 +37% 10 $101   $11,958,929 84
2018/02/09 - $753 -25% 6 $126   $11,959,682 85
2018/02/10 - $692 -8% 6 $115   $11,960,374 86
2018/02/11 - $731 +6% 6 $122   $11,961,105 87
2018/02/12 - $315 -57% 6 $53   $11,961,420 88
2018/02/13 - $190 -40% 6 $32   $11,961,610 89
2018/02/14 - $222 +17% 6 $37   $11,961,832 90
2018/02/15 - $47 -79% 6 $8   $11,961,879 91
2018/02/16 - $163 +247% 3 $54   $11,962,042 92
2018/02/17 - $237 +45% 3 $79   $11,962,279 93
2018/02/18 - $145 -39% 3 $48   $11,962,424 94
2018/02/19 - $288 +99% 3 $96   $11,962,712 95

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2017/11/17 11 $1,754,044   1,648 $1,064   $1,754,044 1
2017/11/24 11 $5,814,046 +231% 1,648 $3,528   $7,568,090 2
2017/12/01 11 $2,769,435 -52% 1,669 $1,659   $10,337,525 3
2017/12/08 14 $1,251,222 -55% 1,453 $861   $11,588,747 4
2017/12/15 24 $215,933 -83% 173 $1,248   $11,804,680 5
2017/12/22 42 $35,082 -84% 49 $716   $11,839,762 6
2017/12/29 51 $20,495 -42% 33 $621   $11,860,257 7
2018/01/05 40 $42,421 +107% 80 $530   $11,902,678 8
2018/01/12 51 $18,735 -56% 42 $446   $11,921,413 9
2018/01/19 61 $9,946 -47% 25 $398   $11,931,359 10
2018/01/26 51 $19,395 +95% 31 $626   $11,950,754 11
2018/02/02 59 $8,175 -58% 10 $818   $11,958,929 12
2018/02/09 68 $2,950 -64% 6 $492   $11,961,879 13

Box Office Summary Per Territory

Territory Release
Date
Opening
Weekend
Opening
Weekend
Theaters
Maximum
Theaters
Theatrical
Engagements
Total
Box Office
Report
Date
Aruba 1/25/2018 $0 0 3 3 $3,315 2/13/2018
Curacao 1/25/2018 $0 0 3 5 $3,683 2/21/2018
Denmark 2/8/2018 $917 1 1 3 $1,652 2/27/2018
France 3/14/2018 $84,452 50 50 50 $84,453 3/20/2018
Germany 4/19/2018 $10,341 74 74 74 $91,929 4/24/2018
Jamaica 2/21/2018 $2,629 3 3 3 $2,629 2/27/2018
South Africa 4/13/2018 $10,034 11 11 21 $20,195 4/25/2018
Suriname 2/1/2018 $216 1 1 2 $430 2/13/2018
Trinidad 3/7/2018 $28,559 9 9 16 $30,912 3/13/2018
United Kingdom 2/2/2018 $31,350 96 96 120 $69,632 3/26/2018
 
International Total$308,830 4/25/2018

International Cumulative Box Office Records


Worldwide Cumulative Box Office Records


Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
2/18/20181223,952 23,952$430,178$430,1783

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
2/18/20181117,947 17,947$358,220$358,2203

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