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Rough Night
Theatrical Performance (US$)
Spain Box Office $1,530,460Details
Worldwide Box Office $46,776,438Details
Home Market Performance
North America DVD Sales $828,539 Details
North America Blu-ray Sales $818,539 Details
Total North America Video Sales $1,647,078
Further financial details...

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Five best friends from college reunite 10 years later for a wild bachelorette weekend in Miami. Their hard partying takes a dark turn when they accidentally kill a male stripper. Amidst the craziness of trying to cover it up, they’re ultimately brought closer together when it matters most.


Movie Details

Production Budget:$20,000,000
Spain Releases: July 21st, 2017 (Wide)
Video Release: August 25th, 2017 by Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: R for crude sexual content, language throughout, drug use and brief bloody images.
(Rating bulletin 2479 (Cert #50626), 6/7/2017)
Running Time: 101 minutes
Keywords: Strippers / Stripping, Parties Gone Wild, College, Bachelor Party, Friends Reuniting, Accidental Death, Covering Up an Accidental Death, Screenplay Written By the Star, Ensemble
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Black Comedy
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: Columbia Pictures, Matt Tolmach Productions, Paulilu
Production Countries: United States


Scarlett Johansson    Jess
Kate McKinnon    Pippa
Jillian Bell    Alice
Ilana Glazer    Frankie
Zoë Kravitz    Blair
Paul W. Downs    Peter
Ty Burrell    Pietro
Demi Moore    Lea
Enrique Murciano    Detective Ruiz
Karan Soni    Raviv
Dean Winters    Detective Frazier
Colton Haynes    Real Scotty
Patrick Carlyle    Patrick
Eric Andre    Jake
Bo Burnham    Tobey
Hasan Minhaj    Joe
Laura Grey    Lisa
Mark Tallman    Malcolm
Grant Monohon    Dreadlock Guy
Yoni Lotan    Miami Man
Caldwell Tidicue    DJ at Club Liv
Daniel Raymont    Sommelier
Carlos Ibarra    Delivery Guy
Madison Arnold    Morty
Gina Cottone    Betty
Dorothi Fox    Female Clerk
Matty Blake    State Trooper Gary
Peter Grosz    Cliff
Devin Ratray    Bud
Peter Francis James    Jack Eason
Ron Stroman    Taxi Driver
Matt Evans    Field Reporter
Miriam Tolan    Maureen
Brian Stack    Bob
Daniel Lee    College Guy
Jaboukie Young-White    Borat
Keaton Patti    Ping Pong Guy

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Lucia Aniello
Screenwriter    Lucia Aniello
Screenwriter    Paul W. Downs
Producer    Matt Tolmach
Producer    Lucia Aniello
Producer    Paul W. Downs
Producer    Dave Becky
Executive Producer    Matthew Hirsch
Director of Photography    Sean Porter
Production Designer    Bob Shaw
Editor    Craig Alpert
Casting Director    Jeanne McCarthy
Casting Director    Rori Bergman
Composer    Dominic Lewis
Costume Designer    Leah Katznelson
Stunt Coordinator    George Aguilar
Unit Production Manager    Jonathan Shoemaker
First Assistant Director    Julie A. Bloom
Co-Producer    David Manpearl
Art Director    Ryan Heck
Set Decorator    Carol Silverman
Script Supervisor    Jessica Lichtner
Costume Supervisor    Amy Burt
Make up    Nuria Sitja
Make-up and Hair Designer    Angela Johnson
Hairstylist    Sasha Cummins
Hairstylist    Robert Lugo
Sound Mixer    Alex Sullivan
Special Effects Supervisor    Steve Kirshoff
Special Effects Coordinator    John Stifanich
Location Manager    Ronnie Kupferwasser
Casting Associate    Dayna Katz
Casting Associate    Karlee Fomalont
Casting Associate    Leslie Woo
Casting Associate    Hannah Caruso
Additional Editor    Greg Hayden
First Assistant Editor    Ben Cox
Assistant Editor    Greg Hollander
Re-recording Mixer    Tateum Kohut
Re-recording Mixer    Greg Orloff
Supervising Sound Editor    Kami Asgar
Supervising Sound Editor    Sean McCormack
Sound Effects Editor    Paul Pirola
Sound Effects Editor    Trevor Metz
ADR/Dialogue Editor    Erin Oakley
Dialogue Editor    Robert Chen
Music Editor    Daniel Pinder
Music Editor    Dan DiPrima
Score Recordist    Chris Fogel
Score Mixer    Al Clay
Visual Effects Supervisor    Karl Coyner
Visual Effects Executive Producer    John Parenteau
Animation    Victor Perez

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Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2017/07/21 5 $405,465   316 $1,283   $405,465 1
2017/07/28 - $204,599 -50% 320 $639   $1,031,335 2
2017/08/04 12 $77,549 -62% 202 $384   $1,358,975 3
2017/08/11 18 $20,739 -73% 96 $216   $1,484,445 4
2017/08/18 - $8,609 -58% 27 $319   $1,513,013 5
2017/08/25 - $2,722 -68% 7 $389   $1,521,466 6
2017/09/01 - $1,569 -42% 4 $392   $1,526,832 7
2017/09/08 - $1,669 +6% 3 $556   $1,530,460 8

Box Office Summary Per Territory

Territory Release
Box Office
Aruba 6/15/2017 $1,030 1 3 4 $9,002 6/28/2017
Australia 6/16/2017 $1,192,601 345 345 1151 $3,754,381 8/22/2017
Austria 6/30/2017 $234,159 73 74 403 $810,179 9/12/2017
Bulgaria 6/16/2017 $19,561 45 45 110 $60,287 8/1/2017
Cambodia 7/20/2017 $3,940 24 24 29 $5,800 8/1/2017
Croatia 6/22/2017 $37,472 40 40 151 $145,129 8/8/2017
Curacao 6/15/2017 $2,079 2 2 6 $7,902 7/11/2017
Czech Republic 6/30/2017 $1,289 1 111 236 $197,518 8/15/2017
Denmark 7/20/2017 $292,988 63 63 297 $746,478 9/12/2017
Dominican Republic 6/22/2017 $11,126 21 21 44 $25,131 7/14/2017
Estonia 7/7/2017 $0 0 14 33 $111,550 8/30/2017
Finland 6/16/2017 $39,419 43 43 135 $191,971 8/16/2017
France 8/2/2017 $403,307 145 145 378 $769,983 8/30/2017
Germany 6/30/2017 $1,477,543 455 485 2266 $3,850,971 9/12/2017
Greece 6/29/2017 $34,821 64 64 87 $82,334 8/2/2017
Hong Kong 7/27/2017 $196,021 71 71 152 $561,122 8/30/2017
Hungary 6/15/2017 $133,214 51 51 213 $489,746 8/8/2017
Iceland 6/14/2017 $15,630 8 8 18 $51,083 7/11/2017
Israel 6/15/2017 $148,481 29 29 132 $554,340 8/16/2017
Jamaica 6/14/2017 $5,010 4 4 5 $10,399 6/27/2017
Latvia 7/7/2017 $12,169 7 7 23 $46,010 8/22/2017
Lithuania 7/7/2017 $24,291 96 96 228 $114,531 8/15/2017
Netherlands 7/27/2017 $382,005 73 90 574 $2,269,305 9/11/2017
New Zealand 6/16/2017 $125,414 70 70 246 $430,278 7/31/2017
North America 6/16/2017 $8,004,283 3162 3162 8718 $22,092,592
Norway 6/16/2017 $122,959 151 151 360 $470,304 9/12/2017
Philippines 8/9/2017 $91,284 114 114 114 $91,284 8/16/2017
Poland 6/16/2017 $205,393 105 105 351 $592,656 8/16/2017
Portugal 6/15/2017 $64,626 39 47 153 $300,240 8/8/2017
Romania 6/16/2017 $110,961 67 67 300 $358,595 9/5/2017
Russia (CIS) 6/15/2017 $1,050,278 876 876 2216 $2,432,408 8/16/2017
Serbia and Montenegro 6/22/2017 $11,307 17 18 73 $59,343 9/12/2017
Singapore 8/24/2017 $41,677 10 10 23 $84,915 9/12/2017
Slovakia 6/22/2017 $50,079 64 64 124 $148,526 7/25/2017
Slovenia 6/22/2017 $20,156 13 13 55 $60,134 8/8/2017
South Africa 6/15/2017 $102,554 66 75 222 $339,199 8/22/2017
Spain 7/21/2017 $405,465 316 320 975 $1,530,460 9/12/2017
Suriname 6/15/2017 $748 1 1 6 $4,534 7/25/2017
Sweden 6/16/2017 $65,036 72 72 201 $316,686 8/1/2017
Switzerland 6/29/2017 $141,046 44 44 152 $345,409 9/13/2017
Taiwan 7/20/2017 $196,479 80 80 158 $378,228 8/22/2017
Thailand 7/27/2017 $53,684 68 68 115 $145,237 8/16/2017
Trinidad 6/14/2017 $28,594 14 14 32 $57,528 7/5/2017
Ukraine 6/15/2017 $234,568 214 214 551 $589,392 8/8/2017
United Kingdom 8/25/2017 $314,704 378 378 852 $1,027,099 9/13/2017
Vietnam 7/28/2017 $18,749 34 34 56 $56,239 8/16/2017
Worldwide Total$46,776,438 9/13/2017

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