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Smurfs: The Lost Village (2017)

Smurfs: The Lost Village
Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $45,011,202Details
International Box Office $152,247,752Details
Worldwide Box Office $197,258,954
Home Market Performance
Est. Domestic DVD Sales $4,717,348 Details
Est. Domestic Blu-ray Sales $3,330,901 Details
Total Est. Domestic Video Sales $8,048,249
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Synopsis

A mysterious map sets Smurfette and her best friends Brainy, Clumsy and Hefty on an exciting and thrilling race through the Forbidden Forest filled with magical creatures to find a mysterious lost village before the evil wizard Gargamel does. Embarking on a rollercoaster journey full of action and danger, the Smurfs are on a course that leads to the discovery of the biggest secret in Smurf history!

Metrics

Latest Ranking on Cumulative Box Office Lists

RecordRankAmount
All Time Domestic Box Office (Rank 1,701-1,800) 1,791 $45,011,202
All Time International Box Office (Rank 501-600) 516 $152,247,752
All Time Worldwide Box Office (Rank 701-800) 735 $197,258,954

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


Movie Details

Production Budget:$60,000,000
Domestic Releases: April 7th, 2017 (Wide) by Sony Pictures
International Releases: March 24th, 2017 (Special Engagement), released as Smurfai: pamirštas kaimelis (Lithuania)
March 24th, 2017 (Wide) (Russia (CIS))
March 29th, 2017 (Wide) (Belgium)
March 29th, 2017 (Wide) (Indonesia)
March 30th, 2017 (Wide) (Bahrain)
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Video Release: June 20th, 2017 by Columbia Pictures Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: PG
Running Time: 90 minutes
Franchise: The Smurfs
Comparisons: vs. Walking with Dinosaurs
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Keywords: Reboot, 3-D, 3-D - Shot in 3-D, Road Trip, Animal Lead, Voiceover/Narration, Prologue, Non-Chronological, Underground, Rescue, Family Movie, Directing Yourself, Scene in End Credits
Source:Based on Comic/Graphic Novel
Genre:Adventure
Production Method:Animation/Live Action
Creative Type:Kids Fiction
Production Companies: Kerner Entertainment Company, Columbia Pictures, LStar Capital, Wanda Media, Sony Pictures Animation
Production Countries: United States

Ranking on other Records and Milestones

RecordRankAmountChart
Date
Days In
Release
Easter (All Movies, 3-Day) 117 $6,714,300 Apr 14, 2017 10
Easter (All Movies, 3-Day, Inflation Adjusted) 210 $6,759,872 Apr 14, 2017 10

Cast

   Smurfette
Rainn Wilson    Gargamel
   Hefty Smurf
   Clumsy Smurf
   Brainy Smurf
Mandy Patinkin    Papa Smurf
Dee Bradley Baker    Monty
Frank Welker    Azrael
Michelle Rodriguez    SmurfStorm
Ellie Kemper    SmurfBlossom
Julia Roberts    SmurfWillow
Ariel Winter    SmurfLily
Meghan Trainor    SmurfMelody
Bret Marnell    Snappy Bug, Handy Smurf
Brandon Jeffords    Cauldron
Kelly Asbury    Nosey Smurf
Jake Johnson    Grouchy Smurf
Gabriel Iglesias    Jokey Smurf
Tituss Burgess    Vanity Smurf
Jeff Dunham    Farmer Smurf
Patrick Ballin    Patient Smurf, Frank the Caterpillar
Gordon Ramsay    Baker Smurf
Melissa Sturm    SmurfJade
Alan Mechem    Passerby Smurf
Danik Thomas    Karate Smurf
Eric Bauza    Additional Voice
Ashley Bell    Additional Voice
Bob Bergen    Additional Voice
Debi Derryberry    Additional Voice
Terri Douglas    Additional Voice
Jeff Fischer    Additional Voice
Jennifer Crystal Foley    Additional Voice
Jackie Gonneau    Additional Voice
Josh Keaton    Additional Voice
Marcella Lentz-Pope    Additional Voice
Yuri Lowenthal    Additional Voice
Scott Menville    Additional Voice
Max Mittelman    Additional Voice
Courtney Peldon    Additional Voice
Ashleigh Prather    Additional Voice
Lashana Rodriguez    Additional Voice
Anne Sackmann    Additional Voice
Tara Strong    Additional Voice
Brittanny Tuerpe    Additional Voice
Kari Wahlgren    Additional Voice
Lisa Wilhoit    Additional Voice
Matthew Wood    Additional Voice
Shelby Young    Additional Voice

Production and Technical Credits

Director   
Screenwriter    Stacey Harman
Screenwriter    Pamela Ribon
Producer    Jordan Kerner
Producer    Mary Ellen Bauder Andrews
Executive Producer    Raja Gosnell
Executive Producer    Ben Waisbren
Character Creator    Peyo
Co-Producer    Mandy Kisthardt Tankenson
Co-Producer    Veronique Culliford
Co-Executive Producer    Ben Haber
Composer    Christopher Lennertz
Editor    Bret Marnell
Production Designer    Noelle Triaureau
Visual Effects Supervisor    Mike Ford
Art Director    Dean Gordon
Art Director    Marcelo Vignali
Character Designer    Patrick Mate
Head of Story    Brandon Jeffords
Head of Layout    David Morehead
Senior Animation Supervisor    Alan Hawkins
Supervising Animator    Chad Ellis
Supervising Animator    Derek Esparza
Supervising Animator    Meena Ibrahim
Supervising Animator    Tim Kallok
Supervising Animator    Valerie Morrison
Supervising Animator    Burke Roane
Supervising Animator    Matt Shepherd
Digital Producer    Lisa Jacqueline Bechard
Production Manager    Theresa Bentz
Character CG Supervisor    Mario Capellari
Character CG Supervisor    Patrick Cohen
Character CG Supervisor    R. Stirling Duguid
Character CG Supervisor    Pablo Holcer
Character CG Supervisor    Joosten Kuypers
Character CG Supervisor    Michael Lasker
Character CG Supervisor    Orde Stevanoski
Casting Director    Mary Hidalgo
Digital Production Manager    Garrick McLaughlin
Digital Production Manager    Alyse Joseph
Story Artist    Bryan Andrews
Story Artist    Keith Baxter
Story Artist    Sharon Bridgeman
Story Artist    David Feiss
Story Artist    Steven Fonti
Story Artist    Justin Gordon-Montgomery
Story Artist    Patrick Harpin
Story Artist    Jennifer Kluska
Story Artist    Denise Koyama
Story Artist    Mike Kunkel
Story Artist    Casey Lowe
Story Artist    Paul McEvoy
Story Artist    Patrick Pakula
Story Artist    Dean Roberts
Story Artist    Paul Watling
Story Artist    Erik Wiese
Editor    H. Lee Peterson
Associate Editor    Danik Thomas
First Assistant Editor    Patrick Ballin
Assistant Editor    Tim Reese
Character Effects Supervisor    William Eckroat
Character Effects Supervisor    Christopher Alex Logan
Post-Production Supervisor    Jessica Smialek
Re-recording Mixer    Deb Adair
Re-recording Mixer    Dean Zupancic
Supervising Sound Editor    Robert L. Sephton
Sound Designer    Robert L. Sephton
Sound Designer    Jussi Tegelman
Sound Designer    Charles Maynes
Supervising Dialogue Editor    Bernard Weiser
Supervising Music Editor    Todd Bozung
Music Editor    Dane Leon
Music Editor    Christopher Brooks
Additional Music    Philip White
Score Mixer    Jeff Vaughn

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April 26th, 2017

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The Fate of the Furious

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The Fate of the Furious

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The Fate of the Furious

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The Boss Baby

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Domestic Cumulative Box Office Records


Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2017/04/07 3 $13,210,449   3,610 $3,659   $13,210,449 1
2017/04/14 4 $6,714,300 -49% 3,610 $1,860   $24,945,059 2
2017/04/21 5 $4,880,377 -27% 2,737 $1,783   $33,418,362 3
2017/04/28 8 $3,558,031 -27% 2,554 $1,393   $37,977,532 4
2017/05/05 9 $1,838,424 -48% 1,902 $967   $40,588,998 5
2017/05/12 12 $1,136,573 -38% 1,605 $708   $42,154,837 6
2017/05/19 14 $572,562 -50% 652 $878   $43,064,566 7
2017/05/26 17 $283,536 -50% 362 $783   $43,615,975 8
2017/06/02 20 $224,882 -21% 272 $827   $44,035,646 9
2017/06/09 22 $158,476 -30% 213 $744   $44,336,614 10
2017/06/16 27 $94,726 -40% 163 $581   $44,548,142 11
2017/06/23 33 $72,329 -24% 121 $598   $44,708,273 12
2017/06/30 36 $47,561 -34% 103 $462   $44,820,941 13
2017/07/07 37 $33,374 -30% 70 $477   $44,894,228 14
2017/07/14 36 $24,068 -28% 49 $491   $44,949,021 15
2017/07/21 46 $15,930 -34% 38 $419   $44,986,234 16
2017/07/28 52 $9,439 -41% 27 $350   $45,011,202 17

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2017/04/07 4 $4,100,320   3,610 $1,136   $4,100,320 1
2017/04/08 3 $5,534,604 +35% 3,610 $1,533   $9,634,924 2
2017/04/09 3 $3,575,525 -35% 3,610 $990   $13,210,449 3
2017/04/10 4 $937,088 -74% 3,610 $260   $14,147,537 4
2017/04/11 4 $1,591,970 +70% 3,610 $441   $15,739,507 5
2017/04/12 3 $1,173,819 -26% 3,610 $325   $16,913,326 6
2017/04/13 3 $1,317,433 +12% 3,610 $365   $18,230,759 7
2017/04/14 4 $2,716,569 +106% 3,610 $753   $20,947,328 8
2017/04/15 5 $2,363,093 -13% 3,610 $655   $23,310,421 9
2017/04/16 5 $1,634,638 -31% 3,610 $453   $24,945,059 10
2017/04/17 4 $1,340,824 -18% 3,610 $371   $26,285,883 11
2017/04/18 5 $918,877 -31% 3,610 $255   $27,204,760 12
2017/04/19 5 $675,131 -27% 3,610 $187   $27,879,891 13
2017/04/20 5 $658,094 -3% 3,610 $182   $28,537,985 14
2017/04/21 9 $1,147,501 +74% 2,737 $419   $29,685,486 15
2017/04/22 4 $2,266,924 +98% 2,737 $828   $31,952,410 16
2017/04/23 4 $1,465,952 -35% 2,737 $536   $33,418,362 17
2017/04/24 9 $215,397 -85% 2,737 $79   $33,633,759 18
2017/04/25 9 $345,958 +61% 2,737 $126   $33,979,717 19
2017/04/26 9 $220,617 -36% 2,737 $81   $34,200,334 20
2017/04/27 9 $219,167 -1% 2,737 $80   $34,419,501 21
2017/04/28 11 $675,046 +208% 2,554 $264   $35,094,547 22
2017/04/29 8 $1,616,875 +140% 2,554 $633   $36,711,422 23
2017/04/30 7 $1,266,110 -22% 2,554 $496   $37,977,532 24
2017/05/01 10 $180,740 -86% 2,554 $71   $38,158,272 25
2017/05/02 11 $265,335 +47% 2,554 $104   $38,423,607 26
2017/05/03 11 $177,775 -33% 2,554 $70   $38,601,382 27
2017/05/04 11 $149,192 -16% 2,554 $58   $38,750,574 28
2017/05/05 10 $358,463 +140% 1,902 $188   $39,109,037 29
2017/05/06 9 $868,864 +142% 1,902 $457   $39,977,901 30
2017/05/07 8 $611,097 -30% 1,902 $321   $40,588,998 31
2017/05/08 12 $91,907 -85% 1,902 $48   $40,680,905 32
2017/05/09 11 $148,174 +61% 1,902 $78   $40,829,079 33
2017/05/10 12 $98,817 -33% 1,902 $52   $40,927,896 34
2017/05/11 12 $90,368 -9% 1,902 $48   $41,018,264 35
2017/05/12 15 $233,664 +159% 1,605 $146   $41,251,928 36
2017/05/13 12 $505,282 +116% 1,605 $315   $41,757,210 37
2017/05/14 12 $397,627 -21% 1,605 $248   $42,154,837 38
2017/05/15 14 $76,751 -81% 1,605 $48   $42,231,588 39
2017/05/16 14 $107,738 +40% 1,605 $67   $42,339,326 40
2017/05/17 14 $81,294 -25% 1,605 $51   $42,420,620 41
2017/05/18 13 $71,384 -12% 1,605 $44   $42,492,004 42
2017/05/19 14 $127,816 +79% 652 $196   $42,619,820 43
2017/05/20 14 $239,603 +87% 652 $367   $42,859,423 44
2017/05/21 13 $205,143 -14% 652 $315   $43,064,566 45
2017/05/22 11 $133,561 -35% 652 $205   $43,198,127 46
2017/05/23 - $49,217 -63% 652 $75   $43,247,344 47
2017/05/24 15 $43,243 -12% 652 $66   $43,290,587 48
2017/05/25 - $41,852 -3% 652 $64   $43,332,439 49
2017/05/26 - $67,616 +62% 362 $187   $43,400,055 50
2017/05/27 - $114,948 +70% 362 $318   $43,515,003 51
2017/05/28 - $100,972 -12% 362 $279   $43,615,975 52
2017/05/29 - $95,851 -5% 362 $265   $43,711,826 53
2017/05/30 - $33,476 -65% 362 $92   $43,745,302 54
2017/05/31 - $33,878 +1% 362 $94   $43,779,180 55
2017/06/01 15 $31,584 -7% 362 $87   $43,810,764 56
2017/06/02 - $59,056 +87% 272 $217   $43,869,820 57
2017/06/03 - $91,517 +55% 272 $336   $43,961,337 58
2017/06/04 - $74,309 -19% 272 $273   $44,035,646 59
2017/06/05 15 $35,064 -53% 272 $129   $44,070,710 60
2017/06/06 15 $41,951 +20% 272 $154   $44,112,661 61
2017/06/07 15 $38,241 -9% 272 $141   $44,150,902 62
2017/06/08 15 $27,236 -29% 272 $100   $44,178,138 63
2017/06/09 - $48,052 +76% 213 $226   $44,083,698 64
2017/06/10 - $62,939 +31% 213 $295   $44,146,637 65
2017/06/11 - $47,485 -25% 213 $223   $44,194,122 66
2017/06/12 - $24,846 -48% 213 $117   $44,218,968 67
2017/06/13 - $33,189 +34% 213 $156   $44,252,157 68
2017/06/14 - $29,654 -11% 213 $139   $44,281,811 69
2017/06/15 - $29,113 -2% 213 $137   $44,310,924 70
2017/06/16 - $28,751 -1% 163 $176   $44,339,675 71
2017/06/17 - $36,311 +26% 163 $223   $44,375,986 72
2017/06/18 - $29,664 -18% 163 $182   $44,405,650 73
2017/06/19 - $15,666 -47% 163 $96   $44,421,316 74
2017/06/20 - $26,082 +66% 163 $160   $44,447,398 75
2017/06/21 - $21,136 -19% 163 $130   $44,468,534 76
2017/06/22 - $24,918 +18% 163 $153   $44,493,452 77
2017/06/23 - $24,631 -1% 121 $204   $44,660,575 78
2017/06/24 - $27,425 +11% 121 $227   $44,688,000 79
2017/06/25 - $20,273 -26% 121 $168   $44,708,273 80
2017/06/26 - $13,497 -33% 121 $112   $44,721,770 81
2017/06/27 - $20,688 +53% 121 $171   $44,742,458 82
2017/06/28 - $14,619 -29% 121 $121   $44,757,077 83
2017/06/29 - $16,303 +12% 121 $135   $44,773,380 84
2017/06/30 - $15,811 -3% 103 $154   $44,789,191 85
2017/07/01 - $17,461 +10% 103 $170   $44,806,652 86
2017/07/02 - $14,289 -18% 103 $139   $44,820,941 87
2017/07/03 - $9,629 -33% 103 $93   $44,830,570 88
2017/07/04 - $9,570 -1% 103 $93   $44,840,140 89
2017/07/05 - $8,749 -9% 103 $85   $44,848,889 90
2017/07/06 - $11,965 +37% 103 $116   $44,860,854 91
2017/07/07 - $10,681 -11% 70 $153   $44,871,535 92
2017/07/08 - $12,513 +17% 70 $179   $44,884,048 93
2017/07/09 - $10,180 -19% 70 $145   $44,894,228 94
2017/07/10 - $5,814 -43% 70 $83   $44,900,042 95
2017/07/11 - $9,340 +61% 70 $133   $44,909,382 96
2017/07/12 - $7,395 -21% 70 $106   $44,916,777 97
2017/07/13 - $8,176 +11% 70 $117   $44,924,953 98
2017/07/14 - $7,433 -9% 49 $152   $44,932,386 99
2017/07/15 - $8,999 +21% 49 $184   $44,941,385 100
2017/07/16 - $7,636 -15% 49 $156   $44,949,021 101
2017/07/28 - $2,925   27 $108   $45,004,688 113
2017/07/29 - $3,765 +29% 27 $139   $45,008,453 114
2017/07/30 - $2,749 -27% 27 $102   $45,011,202 115

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2017/04/07 3 $18,230,759   3,610 $5,050   $18,230,759 1
2017/04/14 4 $10,307,226 -43% 3,610 $2,855   $28,537,985 2
2017/04/21 8 $5,881,516 -43% 2,737 $2,149   $34,419,501 3
2017/04/28 9 $4,331,073 -26% 2,554 $1,696   $38,750,574 4
2017/05/05 10 $2,267,690 -48% 1,902 $1,192   $41,018,264 5
2017/05/12 11 $1,473,740 -35% 1,605 $918   $42,492,004 6
2017/05/19 15 $840,435 -43% 652 $1,289   $43,332,439 7
2017/05/26 17 $478,325 -43% 362 $1,321   $43,810,764 8
2017/06/02 19 $367,374 -23% 272 $1,351   $44,178,138 9
2017/06/09 21 $275,278 -25% 272 $1,012   $44,453,416 10
2017/06/16 25 $182,528 -34% 163 $1,120   $44,635,944 11
2017/06/23 30 $137,436 -25% 121 $1,136   $44,773,380 12
2017/06/30 36 $87,474 -36% 121 $723   $44,860,854 13
2017/07/07 37 $64,099 -27% 70 $916   $44,924,953 14
2017/07/14 38 $45,351 -29% 49 $926   $44,970,304 15
2017/07/21 41 $31,459 -31% 38 $828   $45,001,763 16

Box Office Summary Per Territory

Territory Release
Date
Opening
Weekend
Opening
Weekend
Theaters
Maximum
Theaters
Theatrical
Engagements
Total
Box Office
Report
Date
Argentina 4/6/2017 $1,152,104 299 299 888 $2,525,651 7/11/2017
Aruba 4/6/2017 $2,906 4 4 12 $31,722 5/9/2017
Australia 3/31/2017 $395,817 225 296 1818 $5,041,035 8/2/2017
Austria 4/7/2017 $227,886 150 154 1462 $1,537,644 8/2/2017
Bahrain 3/30/2017 $174,653 14 14 62 $625,965 6/6/2017
Belgium 3/29/2017 $346,103 137 137 1339 $2,589,352 8/1/2017
Bolivia 4/6/2017 $69,969 33 33 103 $253,865 5/31/2017
Brazil 4/6/2017 $2,113,327 855 855 3517 $6,672,422 7/25/2017
Bulgaria 3/31/2017 $141,097 71 73 459 $730,217 8/16/2017
Cambodia 4/6/2017 $22,355 49 49 83 $47,863 5/9/2017
Central America 4/6/2017 $401,568 241 241 579 $1,319,116 6/6/2017
Chile 4/6/2017 $305,427 106 106 340 $853,948 7/5/2017
China 4/21/2017 $11,260,000 46045 46045 78904 $25,215,780 6/20/2017
Colombia 4/6/2017 $233,548 269 269 759 $1,502,777 7/5/2017
Croatia 3/30/2017 $150,966 102 102 548 $452,291 7/11/2017
Curacao 4/6/2017 $2,241 4 4 17 $29,129 6/6/2017
Czech Republic 4/7/2017 $57,767 29 144 996 $1,944,353 8/2/2017
Denmark 3/30/2017 $251,307 114 126 836 $1,115,192 8/1/2017
Dominican Republic 4/6/2017 $26,578 33 33 120 $151,413 6/13/2017
East Africa 4/7/2017 $2,132 1 1 2 $6,249 4/19/2017
Ecuador 4/7/2017 $239,352 98 98 368 $796,234 6/20/2017
Egypt 3/30/2017 $24,756 11 12 74 $100,554 6/27/2017
Estonia 3/31/2017 $100,592 19 22 100 $237,155 6/27/2017
Finland 3/31/2017 $334,258 190 190 863 $1,050,357 7/5/2017
France 4/5/2017 $1,951,421 589 667 5574 $11,589,780 7/5/2017
Germany 4/6/2017 $1,387,010 1179 1179 9731 $9,814,621 8/1/2017
Ghana 4/7/2017 $824 3 3 14 $6,542 5/31/2017
Greece 3/30/2017 $417,647 155 155 872 $1,182,704 8/1/2017
Hong Kong 4/13/2017 $337,912 99 99 172 $738,572 6/27/2017
Hungary 3/30/2017 $95,529 61 63 376 $480,737 6/27/2017
Iceland 3/31/2017 $52,126 13 13 60 $158,153 7/5/2017
India 4/21/2017 $588,096 618 618 759 $1,041,599 6/6/2017
Indonesia 3/29/2017 $908,173 234 234 409 $1,318,060 7/11/2017
Iraq 3/30/2017 $22,849 9 9 29 $58,159 5/2/2017
Israel 3/30/2017 $354,697 69 70 559 $2,797,762 8/1/2017
Italy 4/6/2017 $872,918 533 603 1881 $3,081,000 8/2/2017
Jamaica 4/7/2017 $5,010 2 6 22 $64,994 5/31/2017
Jordan 3/30/2017 $40,758 13 13 57 $158,072 6/20/2017
Kenya 3/31/2017 $0 0 19 54 $52,134 6/6/2017
Kuwait 3/30/2017 $478,104 24 26 97 $1,646,320 5/31/2017
Latvia 3/31/2017 $95,969 18 18 88 $248,186 6/27/2017
Lebanon 3/30/2017 $121,340 24 25 117 $405,912 6/13/2017
Lithuania 3/24/2017 $17,141 11 196 852 $340,709 7/19/2017
Malaysia 4/6/2017 $422,259 156 198 712 $1,143,908 6/13/2017
Mexico 4/6/2017 $1,458,601 1569 1569 4313 $5,448,819 6/27/2017
Netherlands 4/5/2017 $261,475 141 146 1901 $3,723,301 8/2/2017
New Zealand 3/31/2017 $45,176 46 99 597 $820,683 7/5/2017
Nigeria 4/7/2017 $9,959 28 28 133 $64,340 5/31/2017
Norway 3/31/2017 $388,218 202 202 712 $932,917 8/2/2017
Oman 3/30/2017 $74,292 20 20 62 $226,683 5/16/2017
Pakistan 4/7/2017 $13,855 30 30 43 $22,222 5/2/2017
Paraguay 4/6/2017 $14,885 21 21 52 $48,573 6/13/2017
Peru 4/6/2017 $805,754 199 199 661 $2,813,646 6/13/2017
Philippines 3/31/2017 $350,850 182 182 493 $853,724 4/19/2017
Poland 5/26/2017 $1,189,084 289 306 1649 $5,878,934 8/1/2017
Portugal 3/30/2017 $221,544 94 94 398 $1,112,079 6/27/2017
Qatar 3/30/2017 $218,039 22 22 77 $756,053 6/20/2017
Romania 3/31/2017 $237,033 110 110 536 $829,586 6/27/2017
Russia (CIS) 3/24/2017 $353,503 748 1273 4649 $4,111,640 5/2/2017
Serbia and Montenegro 3/30/2017 $57,291 40 46 323 $255,327 8/1/2017
Singapore 4/6/2017 $276,080 48 48 176 $717,077 6/20/2017
Slovakia 4/7/2017 $35,815 25 74 481 $696,389 7/25/2017
Slovenia 3/30/2017 $99,278 43 43 222 $338,548 8/1/2017
South Africa 3/31/2017 $330,938 125 125 512 $1,243,192 6/13/2017
South Korea 4/14/2017 $0 0 607 1351 $2,700,504 6/27/2017
Spain 3/31/2017 $2,131,705 529 529 3921 $7,699,869 8/1/2017
Suriname 4/6/2017 $1,631 2 2 13 $9,250 6/13/2017
Sweden 3/31/2017 $513,170 293 293 1198 $1,440,461 8/1/2017
Switzerland 4/6/2017 $0 0 123 766 $1,521,537 7/11/2017
Syria 3/30/2017 $11,271 3 3 9 $38,124 4/24/2017
Taiwan 4/7/2017 $116,273 90 90 163 $179,112 5/16/2017
Thailand 4/5/2017 $157,495 100 100 239 $575,329 5/9/2017
Trinidad 4/5/2017 $46,922 23 23 81 $189,933 5/31/2017
Turkey 4/7/2017 $723,661 341 341 1718 $2,756,833 6/27/2017
Ukraine 3/30/2017 $286,236 274 274 865 $589,312 5/31/2017
United Arab Emirates 3/30/2017 $961,946 99 99 296 $2,712,093 6/27/2017
United Kingdom 3/31/2017 $1,734,026 527 542 5389 $7,428,880 8/1/2017
Uruguay 4/6/2017 $41,483 27 27 144 $316,330 8/1/2017
Venezuela 4/7/2017 $124,296 83 83 481 $947,825 7/11/2017
Vietnam 4/28/2017 $413,659 140 140 311 $1,090,419 6/27/2017
 
International Total$152,247,752 8/16/2017

International Cumulative Box Office Records


Worldwide Cumulative Box Office Records


Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
7/16/20172140,529 140,529$2,523,901$2,523,9014
7/23/2017351,368-63% 191,897$922,569$3,446,4705
7/30/2017718,299-64% 210,196$327,735$3,774,2056
8/6/2017915,679-14% 225,875$280,968$4,055,1737
8/13/20171413,644-13% 239,519$204,660$4,259,8338
8/20/2017238,403-38% 247,922$110,920$4,370,7529
9/3/2017269,204 263,639$128,764$4,580,47311

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
7/16/2017294,570 94,570$1,887,614$1,887,6144
7/23/2017427,797-71% 122,367$554,822$2,442,4365
7/30/20171011,951-57% 134,318$238,305$2,680,7416
8/6/20171013,422+12% 147,739$264,807$2,945,5487
8/13/2017198,360-38% 156,099$148,549$3,094,0978

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