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Super Troopers 2 (2018)

Super Troopers 2
Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $30,566,718Details
International Box Office $958,239Details
Worldwide Box Office $31,524,957
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  8. Trailer

Synopsis

When an international border dispute arises with Canada, the Super Troopers are called into duty to patrol the border between Vermont and the Great White North. Back on the job, they find themselves at odds with their Canadian counterparts, The Royal Canadian Mounted Police, a confrontation that quickly escalates from pranks to pullovers to all out brawls. As our Troopers navigate the Mountie conflict, they unearth a crime of international proportions: a smuggling ring moving arms, pharmaceuticals and other illegal items across the border. Their skills are put to the test when the Canadian rivalry, the criminal investigation, an illicit Canuck-American romance, and their self-imploding mascot, Farva, all collide in an attempt to bring them down.

Metrics

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Movie Details

Domestic Releases: April 20th, 2018 (Wide) by 20th Century Fox
International Releases: April 20th, 2018 (Wide) (Australia)
April 20th, 2018 (Wide) (New Zealand)
May 4th, 2018 (Wide), released as Супер патрул 2 (Bulgaria)
May 4th, 2018 (Wide), released as Super Maderos 2 (Spain)
June 15th, 2018 (Wide) (United Kingdom)
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Video Release: July 17th, 2018 by Fox Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: R for crude sexual content and language throughout, drug material and some graphic nudity.
(Rating bulletin 2477 (Cert #51074), 5/24/2017)
Running Time: 99 minutes
Franchise: Super Troopers
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Keywords: Directing Yourself, Screenplay Written By the Star, Delayed Sequel, Crowdfunding, Canada, RCMP / Mounties, Police life, Corrupt Cops, Ensemble
Source:Original Screenplay
Genre:Comedy
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: Broken Lizard Industries, Fox Searchlight Pictures, Cataland Films
Production Countries: United States

Ranking on other Records and Milestones

RecordRankAmountChart
Date
Days In
Release
Front-Loaded Opening Weekend 8 52.3% Apr 20, 2018 3
Top 2018 Theater Average 89 $7,449 Apr 20, 2018 3

Lead Ensemble Members

   Senior Trooper Arcot “Thorny” Ramathorn
   Trooper Rodney “Rod” Farva
   Trooper MacIntyre “Mac” Womack
   Trooper Jeff Foster
   Trooper Robert “Rabbit” Roto

Supporting Cast

Rob Lowe    Guy Le Franc
Brian Cox    Captain John O’Hagen
Seann William Scott    Trooper Callaghan
Clifton Collins, Jr.    Bus Driver
Damon Wayans Jr.    Trooper Wagner
Marisa Coughlan    Officer Ursula Hanson
Bruce McCulloch    Border Officer Charles Lloyd
Lynda Carter    Vermont Governor Jessman
Hayes MacArthur    Canadian Mountie
Tyler Labine    Canadian Mountie
Will Sasso    Canadian Mountie
Marcel Laverdet    Bartender
Emmanuelle Chriqui    Genevieve Aubois
Lillian Klein    Crowd Member #1
Chet Harding    Crowd Member #2
Jolie Martin    Bordello Madame
Richard Perello    L’Explosion Bartender
Ariel Zuckerman    Male Escort
Alexa Don    Female Escort
Max Murphy    Male Escort 2
Michael Roos    Guy’s Thug 1
Michael Otto    Guy’s Thug 2
Paul Bellefeuille    Angry Canadian
Gabrielle Perello    Canadian Teen 1
Ethan Perello    Canadian Teen 2
Buck Heffernan    Cadillac Kid 3
Jasper Karlson    Cadillac Kid 1
Sebastian Karlson    Cadillac Kid 2
Jimmy Tatro    Lance Stonebreaker
Andrew Carter    Stonebreaker Passenger
David F. Park    Hydrogen Driver
Neil Garguiilo    Grocery Driver
Jim Gaffigan    Larry Johnson
Michael Yurchak    American Driver
Paul Walter Hauser    Lonnie Laloush
Owen Burke    Chicanery’s Waiter
Maggie Castle    Cassandra Anne Gacek
Brandon Cordeiro    Paramedic
Graham Kay    Sawmill Crowd Member

Cameos

Fred Savage    Fred Savage

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

Production and Technical Credits

   Director
Broken Lizard*    Screenwriter
Broken Lizard*    Screenwriter
Broken Lizard*    Screenwriter
Broken Lizard*    Screenwriter
Broken Lizard*    Screenwriter
Richard Perello    Producer
Charles Stiefel    Executive Producer
Peter E. Lengyel    Executive Producer
Todd Stiefel    Executive Producer
Brent Stiefel    Executive Producer
Michael Hassan    Executive Producer
Richard Hassan    Executive Producer
Kris Meyer    Executive Producer
Justin Begnaud    Executive Producer
Jamie Greene    Executive Producer
David Gendron    Executive Producer
Michael Hansen    Executive Producer
Ali Jazayeri    Executive Producer
Peter Thompson    Co-Executive Producer
Brian Walsh    Co-Executive Producer
Sean Patrick Burke    Co-Executive Producer
Jason Moring    Co-Executive Producer
Mark Padilla    Co-Executive Producer
Kayvan S.T. Khalatbari    Co-Executive Producer
Nicholas A. Hice    Co-Executive Producer
Andy Juett    Co-Executive Producer
Paul Italia    Co-Executive Producer
Cris Italia    Co-Executive Producer
David Kimowitz    Co-Executive Producer
Joe Collins    Director of Photography
Cabot McMullen    Production Designer
Spencer Houck    Editor
Debra McGuire    Costume Designer
Benjamin C. Dewey    Line Producer
Mary Vernieu    Casting Director
Venus Kanani    Casting Director
Ivan Askwith    Co-Producer
James Altman    Associate Producer
Roberto Barocci    Associate Producer
Aaron Behl    Associate Producer
Dave Gaunt    Associate Producer
Hari Nathan Kalyan    Associate Producer
Bob Leary    Associate Producer
Todd Moitz    Associate Producer
Martha Reed Murphy    Associate Producer
Sarah Nash    Associate Producer
Joel Solomon    Associate Producer
Benjamin C. Dewey    Unit Production Manager
Adam Druxman    First Assistant Director
David Eric Chapman    Second Assistant Director
Ken Donaldson    Second Assistant Director
Scott Rogers    Second Unit Director
Scott Rogers    Stunt Coordinator
Douglas Plasse    First Assistant Director
Herb Polack    Production Supervisor
Lawrence Sampson    Art Director
Dustin Neiderman    Set Designer
Ryan Falkner    Story Artist
Brian Murray    Story Artist
Sophie Carlhian    Set Decorator
Robert Schleinig    Set Decorator
David “Daveed” Alvarez*    Sound Mixer
Liz Bernstrom    Make up
Sherryn Smith    Make up
Rob Fitz    Special Make-up Effects
Frank Barbosa    Hairstylist
Judson Bell    Special Effects Supervisor
Stephen Hartman    Location Manager
Kelly Cronin    Script Supervisor
Ann Kline    Music Supervisor
Robert Nassau    Additional Editor
James Lesage    First Assistant Editor
Anne Crossley    Assistant Editor
Luis Cuevas    Assistant Editor
Andy Kris    Supervising Sound Editor
Andy Kris    Re-recording Mixer
Larry Zipf    Re-recording Mixer
Larry Zipf    Sound Designer
Gregg Swiatlowski    Supervising Dialogue Editor/ADR Editor
Wyatt Sprague    Sound Effects Editor
Jason Tregoe Newman    Music Editor
Bryant J. Fuhrmann    Music Editor
Bryan Carrigan    Music Editor
Jason Piccioni    Visual Effects Supervisor
Lindsay Seguin    Visual Effects Producer

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

Weekend Wrap-Up: Infinity War Opened as Close to Infinity as Any Film

April 30th, 2018

Avengers: Infinity War

Infinity War was expected to dominate the box office over the weekend. However, not a lot of people thought it would break the all-time record, but it did. Not only did it break the record, it smashed it, topping The Force Awakens by nearly $10 million at $257.70 million. The MCU now has six of the top ten openings of all-time. Remember, when Disney bought Marvel for $4 billion, a lot of people thought they overpaid. Disney’s share of just the domestic box office numbers is close to $4 billion at this point. The overall box office rose 150% from last weekend to $312 million. This is within a rounding error of the record and we might get there as smaller studios report their numbers later in the week. This is 212% higher than the same weekend last year; granted, this is because summer started a week early this year. Year-to-date, 2018 has retaken the lead by $140 million or 4.0% at $3.78 billion to $3.64 billion. However, and this is important, this is a misleading number, because summer started a week early this year. I would wait till Deadpool 2 comes out to judge the year-to-date numbers. It will take that long for Infinity War coming out a week early to fully balance out. You will probably make solid judgments before then, but I think it is wise to be a little cautious. More...

Weekend Predictions: Will Avengers go to Infinity?

April 26th, 2018

Avengers: Infinity War

Infinity War. Do I need to say more? Infinity War is easily the most anticipated movie of the year, and some argue the most anticipated film in the past few years. There’s even talk that it will have the best three-day opening of all time. This weekend last year, The Fate of the Furious earned its third first place result with just under $20 million. Infinity War could make twice that during its midnight previews. It will make more than the entire box office made last year. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Quiet Retakes Top Spot, Rampage Right Behind

April 24th, 2018

A Quiet Place

As expected, A Quiet Place returned to the first place with $20.94 million over the weekend. However, Rampage was much closer than expected with $20.09 million. It is on pace for $100 million domestically, assuming Infinity War doesn't reduce it to rumble this coming weekend. The new releases were led by I Feel Pretty, which came within a rounding error of expectations, while Super Troopers 2 beat expectations earning fourth place. Traffik barely made the top ten, but it could have been worse. Overall, the box office still fell 17% from last week, falling to $122 million. This is still 13% higher than the same weekend last year, which I was not expecting. I really thought The Fate of the Furious would earn more than the top two films earned this weekend, while the depth was also a lot better this week than I was anticipating. Year-to-date, 2017 is still behind 2018, by a 2.1% or $75 million margin at $3.43 billion to $3.51 billion. This should change this coming weekend. It better change. More...

Friday Estimates: Troopers has Super Opening, I Feel has a Pretty Good One

April 21st, 2018

Super Troopers

Super Troopers 2 opened in first place on Friday with $7.9 million, which is more than I predicted it would make over the entire weekend. On the other hand, this film’s reviews are wea. It managed a B plus from CinemaScore, which isn’t terrible, but it’s not particularly good either. Its legs likely won’t be great, as the target demographic is much more likely to rush out to the movie opening night, leaving the film with just over $17 million during its opening weekend. This could be more than its combined budget, especially if you disregard the money it earned from Kickstarter. (The film doesn’t have to earn a profit on those numbers.) More...

Thursday Night Previews: Comedies Conquer Midnight Previews

April 20th, 2018

Super Troopers 2

Both new comedies beat expectations with Super Troopers 2 coming out on top with $1.35 million. It will easily top predictions, but all is not so rosy. Its reviews are just 33% positive and the film might not find an audience beyond its target audience. That said, it won’t take the film long to match the original’s entire domestic run. It won’t get there over the weekend, especially with the Franchise double-shot happening in nearly 1,000 theaters, but it will get there. 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...

2018 Preview: April

April 1st, 2018

Avengers: Infinity War

Well, March has ended and it was a very disappointing month. Black Panther made more than any of the new releases did. The only potential big hit that didn’t miss expectations was Ready Player One. Because of this, 2018 lost its lead over 2017 and is now over $100 million behind last year’s pace. April is usually a terrible month, because it is a dumping ground, especially late in the month. No studio wants to compete with the first monster hit of the Summer. This year, the first monster hit of the summer, Avengers: Infinity War, opens in April. It will make more during its opening weekend than any other April release will make in total. It might make more opening day than any other April release will make in total. The only film that has a real chance to earn more than $100 million is Rampage, a video game adaptation. Last April, The Fate of the Furious earned more than $1.2 billion worldwide, but “only” earned $225.76 million of that domestically. Infinity War should earn more than that opening weekend. The second biggest hit of last April was Smurfs: The Lost Village and Going in Style, both of which earned $45.02 million. If 2018 doesn’t retake the lead by the end of the month, then 2018 is in trouble at the box office. More...

Super Troopers 2 Trailer

March 31st, 2018

Comedy starring Jay Chandrasekhar, Kevin Heffernan, Steve Lemme, Paul Soter, and Erik Stolhanske opens April 20 ... Full Movie Details.

When an international border dispute arises with Canada, the Super Troopers are called into duty to patrol the border between Vermont and the Great White North. Back on the job, they find themselves at odds with their Canadian counterparts, The Royal Canadian Mounted Police, a confrontation that quickly escalates from pranks to pullovers to all out brawls. As our Troopers navigate the Mountie conflict, they unearth a crime of international proportions: a smuggling ring moving arms, pharmaceuticals and other illegal items across the border. Their skills are put to the test when the Canadian rivalry, the criminal investigation, an illicit Canuck-American romance, and their self-imploding mascot, Farva, all collide in an attempt to bring them down. More...

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Domestic Cumulative Box Office Records


Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2018/04/20 4 $15,181,624   2,038 $7,449   $15,181,624 1
2018/04/27 6 $3,729,287 -75% 2,125 $1,755   $22,214,216 2
2018/05/04 9 $1,871,303 -50% 2,118 $884   $25,502,004 3
2018/05/11 14 $982,594 -47% 1,379 $713   $27,383,171 4
2018/05/18 10 $1,294,113 +32% 478 $2,707   $29,106,469 5
2018/05/25 12 $612,679 -53% 221 $2,772   $29,912,754 6
2018/06/01 17 $281,771 -54% 138 $2,042   $30,318,666 7
2018/06/08 28 $102,777 -64% 77 $1,335   $30,479,658 8
2018/06/15 37 $42,898 -58% 54 $794   $30,551,330 9

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2018/04/20 1 $7,945,555   2,038 $3,899   $7,945,555 1
2018/04/21 4 $4,413,994 -44% 2,038 $2,166   $12,359,549 2
2018/04/22 4 $2,822,075 -36% 2,038 $1,385   $15,181,624 3
2018/04/23 4 $970,329 -66% 2,038 $476   $16,151,953 4
2018/04/24 4 $1,044,224 +8% 2,038 $512   $17,196,177 5
2018/04/25 4 $745,057 -29% 2,038 $366   $17,941,234 6
2018/04/26 4 $543,695 -27% 2,038 $267   $18,484,929 7
2018/04/27 6 $1,128,390 +108% 2,125 $531   $19,613,319 8
2018/04/28 6 $1,554,889 +38% 2,125 $732   $21,168,208 9
2018/04/29 6 $1,046,008 -33% 2,125 $492   $22,214,216 10
2018/04/30 6 $363,530 -65% 2,125 $171   $22,577,746 11
2018/05/01 6 $416,132 +14% 2,125 $196   $22,993,878 12
2018/05/02 6 $324,443 -22% 2,125 $153   $23,318,321 13
2018/05/03 6 $312,380 -4% 2,125 $147   $23,630,701 14
2018/05/04 10 $576,305 +84% 2,118 $272   $24,207,006 15
2018/05/05 9 $750,536 +30% 2,118 $354   $24,957,542 16
2018/05/06 8 $544,462 -27% 2,118 $257   $25,502,004 17
2018/05/07 8 $219,510 -60% 2,118 $104   $25,721,514 18
2018/05/08 9 $269,362 +23% 2,118 $127   $25,990,876 19
2018/05/09 8 $219,791 -18% 2,118 $104   $26,210,667 20
2018/05/10 8 $189,910 -14% 2,118 $90   $26,400,577 21
2018/05/11 11 $310,795 +64% 1,379 $225   $26,711,372 22
2018/05/12 11 $444,205 +43% 1,379 $322   $27,155,577 23
2018/05/13 14 $227,594 -49% 1,379 $165   $27,383,171 24
2018/05/14 12 $117,068 -49% 1,379 $85   $27,500,239 25
2018/05/15 12 $134,390 +15% 1,379 $97   $27,634,629 26
2018/05/16 13 $111,814 -17% 1,379 $81   $27,746,443 27
2018/05/17 12 $65,913 -41% 1,379 $48   $27,812,356 28
2018/05/18 9 $458,109 +595% 478 $958   $28,270,465 29
2018/05/19 10 $532,093 +16% 478 $1,113   $28,802,558 30
2018/05/20 11 $303,911 -43% 478 $636   $29,106,469 31
2018/05/21 15 $54,438 -82% 478 $114   $29,160,907 32
2018/05/22 - $47,213 -13% 478 $99   $29,208,120 33
2018/05/23 15 $44,639 -5% 478 $93   $29,252,759 34
2018/05/24 15 $47,316 +6% 478 $99   $29,300,075 35
2018/05/25 12 $189,860 +301% 221 $859   $29,489,935 36
2018/05/26 11 $242,741 +28% 221 $1,098   $29,732,676 37
2018/05/27 11 $180,078 -26% 221 $815   $29,912,754 38
2018/05/28 - $41,294 -77% 221 $187   $29,954,048 39
2018/05/29 15 $31,633 -23% 221 $143   $29,985,681 40
2018/05/30 - $24,249 -23% 221 $110   $30,009,930 41
2018/05/31 - $26,965 +11% 221 $122   $30,036,895 42
2018/06/01 - $86,590 +221% 138 $627   $30,123,485 43
2018/06/02 15 $156,760 +81% 138 $1,136   $30,280,245 44
2018/06/03 - $38,421 -75% 138 $278   $30,318,666 45
2018/06/04 - $13,980 -64% 138 $101   $30,332,646 46
2018/06/05 - $14,831 +6% 138 $107   $30,347,477 47
2018/06/06 - $13,257 -11% 138 $96   $30,360,734 48
2018/06/07 - $16,147 +22% 138 $117   $30,376,881 49
2018/06/08 - $33,161 +105% 77 $431   $30,410,042 50
2018/06/09 - $52,140 +57% 77 $677   $30,462,182 51
2018/06/10 - $17,476 -66% 77 $227   $30,479,658 52
2018/06/11 - $7,691 -56% 77 $100   $30,487,349 53
2018/06/12 - $7,002 -9% 77 $91   $30,494,351 54
2018/06/13 - $7,355 +5% 77 $96   $30,501,706 55
2018/06/14 - $6,726 -9% 77 $87   $30,508,432 56
2018/06/15 - $14,386 +114% 54 $266   $30,522,818 57
2018/06/16 - $19,594 +36% 54 $363   $30,542,412 58
2018/06/17 - $8,918 -54% 54 $165   $30,551,330 59
2018/06/18 - $3,660 -59% 54 $68   $30,554,990 60
2018/06/19 - $4,124 +13% 54 $76   $30,559,114 61
2018/06/20 - $4,117 n/c 54 $76   $30,563,231 62
2018/06/21 - $3,487 -15% 54 $65   $30,566,718 63

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2018/04/20 4 $18,484,929   2,038 $9,070   $18,484,929 1
2018/04/27 6 $5,145,772 -72% 2,125 $2,422   $23,630,701 2
2018/05/04 8 $2,769,876 -46% 2,118 $1,308   $26,400,577 3
2018/05/11 14 $1,411,779 -49% 1,379 $1,024   $27,812,356 4
2018/05/18 12 $1,487,719 +5% 478 $3,112   $29,300,075 5
2018/05/25 14 $736,820 -50% 221 $3,334   $30,036,895 6
2018/06/01 20 $339,986 -54% 138 $2,464   $30,376,881 7
2018/06/08 36 $131,551 -61% 77 $1,708   $30,508,432 8
2018/06/15 35 $58,286 -56% 54 $1,079   $30,566,718 9

Box Office Summary Per Territory

Territory Release
Date
Opening
Weekend
Opening
Weekend
Theaters
Maximum
Theaters
Theatrical
Engagements
Total
Box Office
Report
Date
Australia 4/20/2018 $341,280 93 93 239 $646,262 5/7/2018
Bulgaria 5/4/2018 $7,543 0 0 0 $18,655 5/21/2018
New Zealand 4/20/2018 $24,465 15 15 19 $25,237 4/30/2018
Spain 5/4/2018 $32,764 153 153 153 $32,764 5/11/2018
United Kingdom 6/15/2018 $135,336 306 306 306 $135,336 6/20/2018
 
Rest of World $99,985
 
International Total$958,239 6/20/2018

International Cumulative Box Office Records


Worldwide Cumulative Box Office Records


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