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Theatrical Performance (US$)
Greece Box Office $356,286Details
Worldwide Box Office $467,151,160Details
Home Market Performance
North America DVD Sales $18,643,601 Details
North America Blu-ray Sales $24,237,488 Details
Total North America Video Sales $42,881,089
Further financial details...

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After the infamous San Andreas Fault gives, triggering a magnitude 9-plus earthquake in California, a search and rescue pilot and his estranged wife make their way together from Los Angeles to San Francisco to save their only daughter. But their treacherous journey north is only the beginning. And when they think the worst may be's just getting started.


Movie Details

Production Budget:$110,000,000
Greece Releases: June 4th, 2015 (Wide)
Video Release: September 22nd, 2015 by Warner Home Video
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for intense disaster action and mayhem throughout, and brief strong language.
(Rating bulletin 2367, 4/1/2015)
Running Time: 114 minutes
Keywords: Disaster, Los Angeles, Rescue
Source:Original Screenplay
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Science Fiction
Production Companies: FPS, New Line Cinema, Village Roadshow Productions, RatPac Entertainment, Dune Entertainment
Production Countries: United States


Dwayne Johnson    Ray
Carla Gugino    Emma
Alexandra Daddario    Blake
Ioan Gruffudd    Daniel Riddick
Archie Panjabi    Serena
Paul Giamatti    Lawrence
Hugo Johnstone-Burt    Ben
Art Parkinson    Ollie
Will Yun Lee    Kim
Kylie Minogue    Susan Riddick
Colton Haynes    Joby
Todd Williams    Marcus
Matt Gerald    Harrison
Alec Utgoff    Alexi
Marissa Neitling    Phoebe
Morgan Griffin    Natalie
Breanne Hill    Larissa
Laurence Coy    Elgin
Fiona Press    Margie
Dennis Coard    Herb
Ben McIvor    Dylan
Nick Allen-Ducat    Preppy
Claire Lovering    Glasses
Sophia Emberson-Bain    Ponytail
Julian Shaw    Stoner
Sofie Formica    Refugee Camp Reporter
Hugh Francis    Daniel Riddick's Assistant
Brad McMurray    Riddick Building Security Guard
John Reynolds    Daniel Riddick's Driver
Simone Kessel    Kim Swann
Saskia Williscroft    Jenny Swann
Arabella Morton    Mallory
Hayley Sullivan    Riddick's Female Assistant
Renee Somerfield    Female Flight Attendant
Joey Viera    Man in Parking Garage
Benjamin Blankenship    Looter
Barry Southgate    Looter
Nikki Green    Female Teen Messenger
Calum Grant    Pedestrian
E. Ambriz DeColosio    Pedestrian
Michael J. Asberry    Pedestrian
Teirrah McNair    Pedestrian
Michael Yamaguchi    Motobike Cop on Foot

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Brad Peyton
Screenwriter    Carlton Cuse
Story Creator    Andre Fabrizio
Story Creator    Jeremy Passmore
Producer    Beau Flynn
Executive Producer    Richard Brener
Executive Producer    Samuel J. Brown
Executive Producer    Michael Disco
Executive Producer    Toby Emmerich
Executive Producer    Steven Mnuchin
Executive Producer    Rob Cowan
Executive Producer    Tripp Vinson
Executive Producer    Bruce Berman
Production Designer    Barry Chusid
Editor    Bob Ducsay
Composer    Andrew Lockington
Director of Photography    Steve Yedlin
Co-Producer    Hiram Garcia
Casting Director    Deborah Aquila
Casting Director    Tricia Wood
Costume Designer    Wendy Chuck
Visual Effects Supervisor    Colin Strause
Unit Production Manager    Anne Bruning
First Assistant Director    Simon Warnock
Second Assistant Director    Guy Campbell
Visual Effects Producer    Randall Starr
Associate Producer    Wendy Jacobson
Supervising Art Director    Charlie Revai
Art Director    Jacinta Leong
Art Director    Matthew Putland
Art Director    Tom Nursey
Assistant Art Director    Tony Williams
Assistant Art Director    Nathan Blanco Fouraux
Assistant Art Director    Jodie Whetter
Set Designer    Nick Dare
Set Designer    Andrew Kattie
Set Designer    Brian Nickless
Art Department Coordinator    John Higgins
Set Decorator    Lisa Thompson
Set Decorator-Assistant Set Decorator    Marian Long
Script Supervisor    Victoria Sullivan
Additional Photography-Still Photographer    Jasin Boland
Sound Mixer    Guntis Sics
Post-Production Supervisor    Darin Read
Supervising Sound Editor    Per Hallberg
Re-recording Mixer    Tim LeBlanc
Re-recording Mixer    Gregg Landaker
Music Editor    Joseph Bonn
Music Editor    Tom Kramer
First Assistant Editor    Sam Bollinger
First Assistant Editor    Shaunt Aprahamian
Assistant Editor    Brett McManus
Sound Designer    Peter Staubli
Sound Designer    Ann Scibelli
Sound Effects Editor    Daniel Hegeman
Sound Effects Editor    Jon Title
Sound Effects Editor    Dino R. Dimuro
Sound Effects Editor    Christopher Assells
Dialogue Editor    Daniel Saxlid
Dialogue Editor    John C. Stuver
Foley Mixer    James Ashwill
Foley Mixer    Kyle Rochlin
Costume Supervisor    Deb Hall
Costume Supervisor    Elly Kamal
Production Supervisor    Vanessa I. Mendoza
Casting Associate    Jen Smith
Second Unit Director    Paul Jennings
Special Effects Supervisor    Brian Cox

Home Market Numbers: Pixels Can't Take on Indominus Rex

December 3rd, 2015

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There were five new releases for the week of October 20th that reached the top 30 on the combined DVD and Blu-ray chart for November 1st. This includes three in the top five. However, none of them were able to top Jurassic World. The film remained in first place selling 867,000 units / $15.52 million for the week giving it running tallies of 3.17 million units / $69.97 million after two weeks of release. It was able to jump ahead of The Avengers: Age of Ultron and into fourth place on the yearly chart. More...

Home Market Numbers: Jurassic Eats Up the Competition

November 19th, 2015

Jurassic World

There were a handful of new releases for the week of October 20th that reached the top 30 on the combined DVD and Blu-ray chart for October 25th. However, only one of them really matters: Jurassic World. The film opened in first place, obviously, selling 2.34 million units and generating $54.58 million in total sales. Dollarwise, this is nearly as much as The Avengers: Age of Ultron has sold so far, while its units sold puts the film in ninth place for the year. Its opening week Blu-ray share was 66%, which was excellent, even with the high expectations summer blockbusters have. More...

Home Market Numbers: Aladdin Shakes Things Up

November 11th, 2015

San Andreas

It was a strange week on the home market, as there were two new releases that could legitimately say they won on the combined DVD and Blu-ray chart for October 18th. San Andreas sold 801,000 units / $16.42 million for an opening week Blu-ray share of 40%. This put it on top of the chart; however, Aladdin arguably had the better week, as it sold 706,000 units / $13.92 million, all of which was on Blu-ray. More...

Home Market Releases for October 13th, 2015

October 13th, 2015


There are two $100 million movies on this week's list of Home Market Releases: Spy, which earned more than $100 million domestically, and Tomorrowland, which merely cost more than $100 million to make. Spy is arguably the best release on this week's list, but the Blu-ray was already named Pick of the Week, so that honor is going to Aladdin's Blu-ray debut this week. More...

International Box Office: Billion Dollar Dinosaurs

July 2nd, 2015

Jurassic World

(As I warned previously, we've run out of images for Jurassic World, so we are down to Picture Unrelated. And no, I will not explain the context of the image. I will say the TV show it comes from is surprisingly good.)

Jurassic World completed a hat-trick at the weekend by earning first place with $82.5 million in 67 markets for totals of $737.5 million internationally and $1.238 billion worldwide. The film entered the top ten on the all-time worldwide box office chart over the weekend and has already moved into seventh place. Its biggest single market was China, where it made $38.07 million over the full week for a total of $206.57 million after three weekends. Hopefully this is the last weekend the film spends in top spot, as new releases finally rise to overtake it. If it is still in first place next week, it will be a sign that the box office is slowing down. More...

International Box Office: Jurassic Worldwide Success

June 25th, 2015

Jurassic World

Jurassic World remained in first place internationally, earning $160.5 million on 18,718 screens in 66 markets for a total of $583.1 million internationally. This pushed its worldwide total to $985.9 million. It hit $1 billion worldwide on Monday, which was a speed record for that milestone. Its biggest market was China, where it earned $68.84 million over the full week for a total of $168.24 million after 12 days of release. However, the film has been pushed into second place on the daily chart by SPL 2: A Time For Consequences. On the other hand, the film is still in first place in the U.K. with $17.53 million in 614 theaters for a two-week total of $60.67 million. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Jurassic World Maintains Record-Breaking Run

June 23rd, 2015

Jurassic World

It looks like Jurassic World is on pace to top The Avengers to become the biggest movie ever, not directed by a Canadian. It earned over $100 million at the weekend and has already passed $400 million. Meanwhile, Inside Out had the second-best opening for a Pixar film. It was a great weekend at the box office and we really needed it. The overall box office was down 9.5% from last weekend, but it was still at $248 million, which is the ninth-biggest combined weekend box office. Compared to last year, the box office was 70% higher this year. Year-to-date, 2015 has pulled in $5.08 billion, which is 5.2% or $250 million over 2014's pace. More...

Weekend Predictions: Inside Out and Upside Down

June 19th, 2015

Inside Out

For the past few months, 2015 had been struggling to keep pace with 2014. Worse still, 2014 wasn't a great year at the box office either. However, that changed with the record-breaking release of Jurassic World. Even if the film falls 60% this weekend, it will still lead the way over Inside Out. For the first time in their history, a Pixar film is expected to open in second place, but they have a good shot of continuing their record of having an opening weekend between $62.58 million and $70.47 million (which has been true of all but three of their films since 2001). That's incredible reliability. Dope is the other wide release, but it is barely opening truly wide and the worst case scenario has it failing to reach the top five. This weekend last year, there were five films that earned $10 million or more. This year, there might be just two. However, last year, Think Like a Man Too was the top film with under $30 million. Jurassic World might earn three times than and Inside Out should at least double that. 2015 should be carried on Jurassic World's wave and easily come out on top of the year-over-year competition. More...

International Box Office: Jurassic’s Worldwide Success

June 18th, 2015

Jurassic World

Jurassic World completed the trifecta over the weekend. Not only did the film have the largest domestic debut, it broke the same record internationally and worldwide. The film pulled in $315.61 million on 19,612 screens in 66 markets for a worldwide opening weekend of $524.42 million. It broke the previous international and worldwide records that were held by Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part II. It is also the first film to open with more than $500 million worldwide and it is just a matter of when, not if, it will top $1 billion globally. The only downside is the number of markets it has yet to open in, which is one. It debuts in Japan in August and it might be the biggest global hit of the year before it even gets there. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Jurassic World Chews Up the Record Book

June 16th, 2015

Jurassic World

After disappointing weekend after disappointing weekend, I had become pessimistic about any film's chances of being a breakout success this summer. Jurassic World changed that. The film didn't just top expectations, it broke all-time records. Over the weekend, the film pulled in $208.81 million. That is the record for biggest single weekend and it helped take the overall weekend box office to an all-time high with $273.67 million. This is 106% more than last weekend; that's right, the weekend box office was more than double last week's result. Additionally, and more importantly, it was 46% higher than the same weekend last year. Jurassic World itself earned 12% more than all films combined this weekend last year. More...

Weekend Predictions: Is There Still an Audience for a Jurassic Film?

June 12th, 2015

Jurassic World

Jurassic World is the only wide release this week and its box office potential is so high that it has scared away even the counter-programming. It isn't the only film playing in theaters this weekend, but it will very likely make more at the box office than the rest of them combined. Spy will be a distant second place and is hoping not to be crushed. If it can avoid falling 50%, it should have enough legs to reach the century mark. ... with a push from the studio. The only other film that is on track to earn more than $10 million over the weekend is San Andreas, which already crossed the $100 million mark. This weekend last year, two films opened wide, 22 Jump Street and How to Train Your Dragon 2. Neither film will match Jurassic World individually, but they might have the advantage if you combine their openings. Additionally, there will only be two $10 million films this weekend, while there were three last year. 2015 will win on top, but 2014 has better depth and I think 2015 will lose the year-over-year comparison... again. More...

International Box Office: After Shocks for San Andreas

June 11th, 2015

San Andreas

San Andreas remained in first place over the weekend with $97.8 million in 69 markets for a total of $188.0 million internationally and $286.5 million worldwide. It is almost guaranteed that the film's production budget is fully covered and the film should have the legs to cover its full advertising budget before its international run is over. That means its home market run will be pure gravy. This week, its biggest market was China, where the film earned first place with $34.26 million over the weekend for a six-day opening of $51.95 million. It won't last in first place for long, as Jurassic World has already opened in that market and taken over top spot. (More on that this time next week.) Its next biggest opening was South Korea, where it also earned first place with $5.74 million on 847 screens over the weekend for a total opening of $7.25 million. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Spy High, but not a Monster Hit

June 9th, 2015


None of the three new releases matched expectations and while the holdovers pulled their weight, it wasn't enough to help the overall box office. Spy didn't make it to $30 million during its opening weekend, but it came within a rounding error of that mark. Insidious Chapter 3 did very well compared to its production budget, but will likely be the weakest installment in the franchise. Meanwhile, if it weren't for its lower production budget, Entourage would be considered a bomb. Overall, the box office fell 4.3% from last weekend to $133 million. Worse still, the box office fell 18% from last year. Year-to-date, the overall box office has pulled in $4.39 billion, which is 1.2% above 2014's pace. More...

Weekend Estimates: Spy! Beats Crowded Field with $30 Million Debut

June 7th, 2015


Going into the weekend, any one of three films could conceivably win at the box office, with a fourth wide release having the potential to act as a spoiler by pulling away some of the audience from the others. In the event, the right film won, if one goes by the reviews, with Spy! pulling in $30 million to take the prize. That’s basically a par score for Melissa McCarthy, compared to Bridesmaids’ $26 million start, the $34.5 million debut of Identity Thief, The Heat’s $39 million, and Tammy’s $21.5 million. Paul Feig directed McCarthy in Bridesmaids, The Heat and now Spy!, so it’s a par score for him too. More...

Friday Estimates: Insidious Scares Spy Out of Top Spot

June 6th, 2015

Insidious: Chapter 3

Insidious Chapter 3 came out on top on Friday's box office chart, at least according to the estimates. Its opening day haul of $10.4 million put it just ahead of Spy’s Friday box office of $10.3 million. (When we get the final numbers, it is not unlikely that these two will switch places.) However, while Insidious won the battle on Friday, it won’t win the war for the weekend. Horror films have much weaker internal multipliers (internal multiplier is the weekend total divided by the Friday box office). For example, Insidious Chapter 2 had an opening day of $20.23 million on its way to a $40.27 million weekend. Its internal multiplier was just 1.99. That’s low, even for a horror film. Insidious Chapter 3 should have a better multiplier than that, thanks to its better reviews, but not by a huge margin. It certainly won’t keep pace with Spy. Even $25 million is likely out of question with $23 million being the most likely result after Friday’s results. This might not be enough to keep pace with San Andreas by the end of the weekend. More...

Weekend Predictions: Will Spy Become McCarthy / Feig's Third Hit?

June 5th, 2015


There are three wide releases this week, including one that is already in theaters. The biggest of these three releases is Spy, which is the latest film from Melissa McCarthy and Paul Feig. Both of their previous films crossed $100 million with ease. Insidious Chapter 3 is the third film in the Insidious franchise, but most think it won't be the best. Entourage started out ahead of expectations, but its reviews could cause a quick decline. This weekend last year, The Fault in Our Stars opened with nearly $50 million, while Maleficent landed in second place with more than $30 million. I don't think 2015 will be strong on top, but I think it will have better depth. More...

International Box Office: San Andreas Rumbles to the Top

June 4th, 2015

San Andreas

San Andreas opened in first place on the international chart with $63.9 million on 15,420 screens in 60 markets. Its best international market was Mexico where it earned first place with $9.97 million. It also opened in first place in Australia with $2.47 million in 449 theaters. The film generated $7.07 million in 505 theaters in the U.K. and $5.16 million on 2,256 screens in Russia. The film was also potent in Brazil with an opening of $3.2 million in 926 theaters, while it earned a nearly identical amount in France with $3.19 million in 496. It is still too soon to tell where the film will end up, but it made more worldwide than it cost to make during its opening weekend, so the studio must be happy. More...

Contest: Complete Disaster: Winning Announcement

June 3rd, 2015

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Per Theater Chart: New Releases Didn't Get Results

June 3rd, 2015


There was only one film in the $10,000 club on the per theater chart and it was the overall box office leader, San Andreas. That film opened in first place with an average of $14,453. The best new limited release was Heaven Knows What, which earned an average of $8,431 from two theaters. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: San Andreas Shakes Up Box Office

June 2nd, 2015

San Andreas

The post-holiday weekend was softer than the holiday weekend, which is to be expected. However, thanks to a stronger than predicted opening by San Andreas, it wasn't as bad as it could have been. On the other hand, Aloha was on the low end of expectations. The overall box office fell 9.5% from last weekend to $139 million, which is acceptable. By comparison, the overall box office fell 17% from this weekend last year, as San Andreas couldn't keep up with Maleficent's opening. Year-to-date, 2015 has pulled in $4.20 billion, putting it 1.2% ahead of 2014's pace of $4.15 million. 2015 is coming dangerously close to losing its lead over last year. More...

Weekend Estimates: San Andreas Makes Solid Start

May 31st, 2015

San Andreas

In a Summer already littered with franchise films, it’s good to see something original top the charts, even if it is something as rote as a disaster movie based on an earthquake in California. The $53.2 million projected opening for San Andreas is something of a triumph for Dwayne Johnson, who carries the film as its sole lead, unlike his contributions to the Furious 7 ensemble. With only the domestic opening numbers in, Johnson has already moved up to third on our top current stars list, and will most likely pass Vin Diesel for second place before San Andreas’ run is over. More...

Weekend Predictions: Will May End on a Disastrous Note?

May 28th, 2015

San Andreas

The weekend after a holiday is usually a bad weekend at the box office. This time around, San Andreas is the clear front-runner while Aloha might struggle, even as counter-programming. San Andreas will earn more than $30 million over the weekend, no other film is on track to hitting $20 million. On the other hand, there could be six other films that earn $10 million or more over the weekend. By comparison, this weekend last year, Maleficent opened with nearly $70 million, while X-Men: Days of Future Past earned more than $30 million. There's no way the top of the chart will match that. Even with better depth, it is very unlikely 2015 will win in the year-over-year comparison. More...

Contest: Complete Disaster

May 22nd, 2015

There are two wide releases coming out next week, Aloha and San Andreas. The former will likely earn better reviews, but the latter will likely open faster. Because of this, it is 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 San Andreas.

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. Because San Andreas is a disaster movie, I was going to find another disaster film to feature as part of the prize pack and I found Airplane! Don't Call Me Shirley Edition on DVD, which is the greatest disaster movie ever made. I also own it on Blu-ray, so the DVD is up for grabs. The winner will also get another previously reviewed DVD. Whoever comes the closest to predicting the film's opening 3-day weekend box office (Friday to Sunday), without going under, will win two previously reviewed DVDs and / or Blu-rays. Finally, we will be choosing an entrant from the group of people who haven't won, or haven't won recently, and they will also win two previously reviewed DVDs and / or Blu-rays. Entries must be received by 10 a.m., Pacific Time on Friday to be eligible, so don't delay! More...

2015 Preview: May

May 1st, 2015

Mad Max: Fury Road

April is over and there was good news and bad news. Good news: Furious 7 crushed the competition, and broke records along the way. Bad news: Furious 7 crushed the competition and no other April release will earn as much in total as Furious 7 earned during its opening day. Fortunately, Furious 7 was so strong that it carried April of 2015 to a draw when compared to April of 2014. May has a lot of similarities to April. The Avengers: Age of Ultron is expected to break records during its opening weekend and even the low end has it earning more than $1 billion worldwide. Unfortunately, no other film is going to come close to that figure. There are five other films with a potential to reach $100 million at the box office. The keyword there is "potential". There's a chance less than half of those five films will get to that milestone. And like last April, last May had much better depth with five films that reached $100 million, including four that surpassed $200 million. Age of Ultron will earn more than the combined totals of Maleficent, last month's winner, and X-Men: Days of Future Past, which placed second for the month. I am a little concerned about the lack of depth this month and this could cause May to lose in the month-over-month comparison in the end. More...

San Andreas Trailer

March 5th, 2015

San Andreas

Disaster movie starring Dwayner Johnson and Carla Gugino opens May 29... Full movie details... More...

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2015/06/05 1 $147,488   113 $1,305   $147,488 1
2015/06/12 2 $48,659 -67% 66 $737   $300,008 2
2015/06/19 4 $19,363 -60% 18 $1,076   $356,286 3

Box Office Summary Per Territory

Territory Release
Box Office
Argentina 5/28/2015 $0 0 195 480 $7,211,836 10/20/2015
Australia 5/28/2015 $2,468,817 448 448 1492 $6,549,155 7/30/2015
Austria 5/29/2015 $188,838 60 61 302 $603,618 7/15/2015
Belgium 5/27/2015 $434,686 73 108 448 $1,241,966 8/11/2015
Bolivia 5/28/2015 $0 0 4 6 $1,207,958 7/30/2015
Brazil 5/28/2015 $3,200,000 926 926 1710 $10,131,388 10/20/2015
Bulgaria 5/29/2015 $106,628 63 63 208 $481,448 8/18/2015
Chile 5/28/2015 $0 0 2 4 $5,404,244 9/2/2015
China 6/2/2015 $34,255,303 0 1410 1965 $101,370,000 7/7/2015
Colombia 5/28/2015 $0 0 0 0 $3,800,000 6/9/2015
Croatia 5/28/2015 $0 0 39 77 $127,252 7/8/2015
Czech Republic 5/29/2015 $84,227 106 106 228 $199,895 7/3/2015
Estonia 5/29/2015 $0 0 8 8 $88,897 6/17/2015
Finland 5/29/2015 $84,210 68 83 282 $315,607 7/21/2015
France 5/27/2015 $3,186,659 496 510 2703 $8,743,965 7/8/2015
Germany 5/28/2015 $2,051,823 531 544 1415 $6,026,212 7/15/2015
Greece 6/4/2015 $147,488 113 113 197 $356,286 6/23/2015
Hong Kong 6/4/2015 $1,986,302 166 166 437 $5,024,308 8/4/2015
Hungary 6/4/2015 $93,341 60 60 300 $287,541 7/6/2015
Iceland 6/3/2015 $30,729 11 11 11 $30,729 6/10/2015
India 5/29/2015 $1,097,050 615 615 965 $2,508,163 6/17/2015
Indonesia 5/29/2015 $0 0 72 78 $3,382,208 7/8/2015
Israel 5/28/2015 $0 0 65 180 $1,519,707 7/21/2015
Italy 5/28/2015 $1,101,618 394 402 884 $2,825,558 6/24/2015
Japan 9/12/2015 $523,707 409 409 770 $2,354,281 9/30/2015
Kenya 5/29/2015 $0 0 14 17 $87,720 7/8/2015
Latvia 5/29/2015 $34,691 13 13 20 $148,575 8/11/2015
Lebanon 5/28/2015 $116,027 17 18 100 $413,009 7/15/2015
Lithuania 5/29/2015 $39,822 12 54 74 $162,636 7/8/2015
Malaysia 5/28/2015 $2,278,655 131 131 616 $6,292,257 8/18/2015
Mexico 5/28/2015 $9,973,549 0 2538 3251 $28,857,752 8/18/2015
Netherlands 5/28/2015 $614,078 99 99 556 $1,807,822 7/21/2015
New Zealand 5/29/2015 $375,801 128 128 542 $1,112,415 7/27/2015
North America 5/29/2015 $54,588,173 3777 3812 21999 $155,190,832 9/11/2017
Norway 5/29/2015 $0 0 92 221 $868,712 7/15/2015
Peru 5/28/2015 $1,493,327 272 272 712 $4,447,808 8/11/2015
Philippines 5/28/2015 $1,626,414 227 227 586 $4,572,502 7/8/2015
Portugal 6/18/2015 $179,785 94 94 330 $796,679 7/21/2015
Romania 5/29/2015 $175,727 60 60 250 $640,860 7/22/2015
Russia (CIS) 5/28/2015 $5,162,425 0 2011 3382 $10,876,442 7/7/2015
Serbia and Montenegro 5/28/2015 $0 0 21 36 $46,069 7/8/2015
Singapore 5/28/2015 $0 0 51 121 $2,340,534 7/15/2015
Slovakia 5/28/2015 $50,623 49 49 126 $118,637 7/1/2015
Slovenia 5/28/2015 $10,478 13 13 65 $27,487 7/3/2015
South Africa 6/26/2015 $0 0 121 331 $1,162,882 8/4/2015
South Korea 5/28/2015 $17,160 7 847 1880 $12,815,601 7/7/2015
Spain 6/26/2015 $1,041,408 521 521 1680 $3,420,026 8/4/2015
Taiwan 5/29/2015 $2,302,263 86 86 410 $8,896,259 8/4/2015
Thailand 5/28/2015 $1,129,272 205 205 385 $2,466,059 7/1/2015
Turkey 5/29/2015 $368,182 339 339 1287 $1,449,095 7/15/2015
Ukraine 5/28/2015 $0 0 106 212 $488,857 7/7/2015
United Arab Emirates 5/28/2015 $1,703,101 89 89 189 $2,981,656 6/10/2015
United Kingdom 5/28/2015 $7,074,891 505 527 2373 $17,729,796 8/25/2015
Uruguay 5/28/2015 $83,717 15 15 74 $410,402 8/11/2015
Venezuela 6/5/2015 $1,311,613 63 63 232 $8,421,653 9/30/2015
Vietnam 5/29/2015 $444,005 95 95 242 $1,212,827 6/17/2015
Rest of World $15,095,077
Worldwide Total$467,151,160 9/11/2017

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