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Ukraine Box Office for Thor: The Dark World (2013)

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Thor: The Dark World poster
Theatrical Performance (US$)
Ukraine Box Office $2,787,498Details
Worldwide Box Office $644,602,516Details
Home Market Performance
North America DVD Sales $39,327,246 Details
North America Blu-ray Sales $39,818,936 Details
Total North America Video Sales $79,146,182
Further financial details...

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Thor fights to restore order across the cosmos... but an ancient race led by the vengeful Malekith returns to plunge the universe back into darkness. To defeat an enemy that even Odin and Asgard cannot withstand, Thor sets upon his most dangerous and personal journey yet, forced into an alliance with the treacherous Loki to save not only his people and those he loves...but our universe itself.


Movie Details

Production Budget:$150,000,000
Ukraine Releases: November 1st, 2013 (Wide)
Video Release: February 25th, 2014 by Buena Vista Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for sequences of intense sci-fi action and violence, and some suggestive content.
(Rating bulletin 2295, 10/23/2013)
Running Time: 111 minutes
Franchise: Thor, Marvel Cinematic Universe
Keywords: Gods and Goddesses, Sibling Rivalry, End of the World, Adopted Family, Marvel Comics, Scene in End Credits, Surprise Twist, Voiceover/Narration, Prologue, Invented Language, Intertitle, Non-Chronological, Revenge, Gratuitous Cameos, Death of a Spouse or Fiancée / Fiancé, Young Child Dealing with the Death of a Parent, 3-D
Source:Based on Comic/Graphic Novel
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Super Hero
Production Companies: Marvel Studios, Kevin Feige
Production Countries: United States

DVD and Blu-ray Releases for February 25th, 2014

February 24th, 2014

It's a very impressive week at the top of the new DVD and Blu-ray releases. There's not one, but two $200 million hits coming out this week. Likewise, there are not one, but two major Awards Season hits coming out as well. One film, Gravity, is in both groups. All three films, Gravity, Thor: The Dark World, and Nebraska, are all contenders for Pick of the Week. Gravity is the only one I didn't get a chance to review, but the Blu-ray Combo Pack or the 3D Combo Pack are clearly the Pick of the Week. It's an amazing movie and the Blu-ray releases are loaded with extras. More...

DVD and Blu-ray Releases for February 18th, 2014

February 17th, 2014

It's a horrible week for me. The biggest release of the week is Game of Thrones: Season Three. I was supposed to review the Blu-ray, but it hasn't arrived yet. Usually HBO releases arrive a little early, not late. On the other hand, it was a holiday last week, at least it was where I live, so perhaps the mail was delayed. Or perhaps they ran out of copies before they got to me. It's the uncertainty that sucks the most, because right now the Blu-ray Combo Pack costs just $30 on Of course you buy it at that price. The only reason not to, is because you want the Limited Edition Box Set instead. On the other hand, after Game of Thrones, there are practically no major releases. According to, the second best new release is the Criterion Collection release for The Fantastic Mr. Fox. It's a great movie, but it failed to make an impact at the box office, so a Blu-ray double-dip shouldn't sell that well. More...

Featured Blu-ray / DVD Review: Thor: The Dark World

February 17th, 2014

Thor came out in 2011 and cost $150 million to make. However, it barely made a profit. In fact, had it been a stand-alone movie, it would have very likely lost money. Had it not been for The Avengers boosting the home market numbers, it might have lost money. On the other hand, Thor: The Dark World cost $170 million to make and pulled in 40% more at the worldwide box office. Is it also 40% better? Or did it benefit from the big picture The Avengers movie universe has pulled together? More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Smaug Descends on Box Office

December 16th, 2013

The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug poster

It's a good news / bad news weekend at the box office. The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug earned first place with ease earning the fourth biggest December opening weekend of all time. On the other hand, it was a little weaker than expected opening on the low end of predictions. Tyler Perry's A Madea Christmas also underperformed by a significant degree, which didn't help the overall box office. The overall box office rose 59% to $147 million, which seems like a huge amount, till you realize last weekend was the weekend after Thanksgiving, which is historically one of the worst weekends of the year. If there wasn't a massive jump at the box office, it would have been fatal for the month. This was also higher than the same weekend last year, albeit by a smaller margin of 6%. Year-to-date, 2013 is still ahead of 2012, but by less than 0.5% at $9.90 million to $9.85 million. More...

Weekend Predictions: Clear Skies for Smaug

December 12th, 2013

The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug poster

There are four noteworthy releases this week, although a couple of them are opening in limited release and expanding wide over the next couple of weeks. The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug expected to be the biggest hit of the month, but not as big as An Unexpected Journey. Meanwhile Tyler Perry's A Madea Christmas should be solid as counter-programming and better legs than most Tyler Perry. This weekend last year, An Unexpected Journey opened with $84.62 million. Most expect The Desolation of Smaug to miss that figure, perhaps by more than $10 million. However, the second best film last year was Rise of the Guardians, which only made $7.14 million. 2013 likely won't be as strong at the top, but it will certainly have better depth. More...

International Box Office: Fire Holds off the Freezing Cold

December 12th, 2013

The Hunger Games: Catching Fire poster

The Hunger Games: Catching Fire again earned first place on the international chart, this week pulling in $42.9 million in 83 markets for a total of $340.6 million internationally and $676.5 million worldwide. The film had no major market openings this past weekend, not unless you count India, where the film made $703,000 on 613 screens. The film has already surpassed its predecessor and it has yet to open in Japan. $800 million worldwide is the current target, which is more than enough to cover this film's combined production and P&A budgets, and possibly the combined budgets for the next next two movies as well. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Calm Before the Winter Store

December 10th, 2013

Frozen poster

As expected, the box office was really soft this weekend with Frozen rising to the top with over $30 million. It was the only film that earned more than that amount, while The Hunger Games: Catching Fire was the only other film with significantly more than $5 million. Out of the Furnace was the only new release and while it barely topped $5 million, it still managed third place. The overall box office fell from 56% to just $92 million. As bad as that result is, it is still 15% higher than the same weekend last year. 2013 remains above 2012, albeit by a tiny margin of 0.3% at $9.75 billion to $9.72 billion. It wouldn't take much for 2013 to again lose its lead, so there's a lot to be interested in in the final few weeks of the year. More...

Weekend Predictions: Heat Up Some Leftovers

December 5th, 2013

Out of the Furnace poster

The weekend after the Thanksgiving long weekend is nearly always a dead zone for new releases, and that is certainly the case this year. Out of the Furnace is the only wide release this week, but its reviews plummeted compared to the early buzz. It should still reach the top five, but only because it would have to make less than $4 million to earn sixth place or worse. On the positive side, Frozen and The Hunger Games: Catching Fire should finish one-two each earning $30 million or more. By comparison, this weekend last year, the two biggest film earned barely more than $10 million. 2013 will easily win the year-over-year comparison. More...

International Box Office: Hunger Games Continues to Burn Bright

December 5th, 2013

The Hunger Games: Catching Fire poster

The Hunger Games: Catching Fire remained in first place on the international chart with $90.0 million in 79 markets for a total of $272.1 million. To put this into perspective, The Hunger Games finished with $276.5 million, so it is likely the sequel has already topped its predecessor internationally. The film opened in first place in France with $12.11 million on 755 screens. In comparison, The Hunger Games made $14.51 million in total in France, including $3.80 million during its opening weekend. The film also earned top spot in Italy with $5.05 million on 651 screens over the weekend for a total opening of $5.93 million. The original did poorly in that market with $1.29 million during its opening weekend and $3.83 million in total. Holdovers were led by the U.K., where it added $9.04 million on 557 screens over the weekend for a total of $35.36 million, or less than $2 million from its predecessor's total in that market. In Germany, the film pulled in $7.57 million on 670 screens over the weekend for a total of $24.63 million after two. The film film finished with $20.30 million in that market. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Cool Films, Hot Box Office

December 3rd, 2013

The Hunger Games: Catching Fire poster

Thanksgiving long weekend set records with both The Hunger Games: Catching Fire and Frozen breaking records for biggest Thanksgiving weekend and biggest Thanksgiving opening respectively. There was also good news for Thor: The Dark World over the weekend, as it topped predictions, and even while the rest of the new releases struggled, to be polite, it was a really impressive weekend. Over the three-day portion of the weekend, the box office pulled in a total of $208 million, which was 8% lower than last weekend. This is actually a very good decline, as the midweek holiday releases took some of the demand for the weekend. This was 82% higher than the same weekend last year, but this is misleading, because this weekend last year was the weekend after Thanksgiving day. 2013 was stronger than last Thanksgiving, but by 0.0456% over the three-day portion. Over fives days, the box office earned $293 million, which was almost exactly 1% more than last Thanksgiving. 2013 has regained the lead over 2012, albeit by a tiny margin at $9.62 billion to $9.61 billion. Hopefully it can maintain this lead from now till January. More...

Weekend Predictions: Fire vs. Ice

November 27th, 2013

Frozen poster

Thanksgiving long weekend won't be remembered for the quality of the films opening wide. In fact, of the three new releases on this week's list, only one of them is truly opening wide. Homefront is debuting in 2,500 theaters, while Black Nativity is only opening in 1,500. Oldboy is only opening in 600 theaters, but it still has a reasonable shot at the top ten. If it weren't for the wide expansion of Frozen and hopefully a strong hold by The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, the weekend would be a write-off. As it is, 2013 should crush 2012... mostly because there is a misalignment and this weekend last year was the weekend after Thanksgiving. The post holiday slump meant the top five was only able to bring in a little under $75 million. I'm not saying Catching Fire will top that number, at least not over three days, but it should clear at least that much over the next five days. More...

International Box Office: World Catches Fire

November 27th, 2013

The Hunger Games: Catching Fire poster

The Hunger Games: Catching Fire had its first wide weekend on the international chart after debuting in Brazil last weekend. It shot up to first place with $146.1 million in 65 markets, including two weeks in Brazil. The film was very strong compared to The Hunger Games in most markets, this was noticeable in the U.K., where it earned $19.8 million compared to $7.78 million for the first film. Germany's haul was $14 million, more than three times the $4.26 million for the original. It grew in Australia as well, but by a more subdued margin of $11.4 million to $9.48 million. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Catching Fire Burns Bright, But Not Quite as Bright as Predicted

November 25th, 2013

The Hunger Games: Catching Fire poster

The Hunger Games: Catching Fire easily won first place at the box office this past weekend and it even broke the record for biggest opening weekend in November. Even so, its opening seems a little disappointing, because some analysts were predicting an opening of more than $180 million. The overall box office was still huge at $226 million. This was nearly $100 million or 80% more than last weekend. This was also higher than the same weekend last year by 9%. Unfortunately, 2013 is still behind 2012 by 1.4% at $9.28 billion to $9.41 billion. More...

Weekend Predictions: How Hot will Catching Fire Burn?

November 22nd, 2013

The Hunger Games: Catching Fire poster

The weekend before Thanksgiving is one of the best weekends of the year to release a monster hit, and this year we get The Hunger Games: Catching Fire. If Catching Fire doesn't break the record for biggest opening weekend in November, it will be seen as a huge shock. It has a chance at topping Iron Man 3's opening weekend and securing top spot for the year. Catching Fire isn't the only film opening wide this weekend, but to call Delivery Man counter-programing is an understatement. It might not crack $10 million, but that will still be enough to earn a spot in the top five. This weekend last year was the Thanksgiving long weekend, so it is a little hard to compare the two and judge which one is stronger. Catching Fire should easily earn more than the top five did over the three-day weekend, perhaps even more than the top six or seven earned, but the real test will come next weekend when we can compare this Thanksgiving to last year's. More...

International Box Office: Thor 2 Overtakes Original

November 20th, 2013

Thor: The Dark World completed the hat trick earning first place for the third weekend in a row. It pulled in $52.5 million on 3,841 screens in 69 markets for totals of $332.8 million internationally and $477.9 million worldwide. This is already more than the original Thor finished with and possibly already enough to break even. (It depends on its global P&A budget.) The film had no major market openings this past weekend, but it did debut in first place in Argentina with $1.73 million on 256 screens. Its biggest market so far is China at $41.8 million, while Russia is second with $32.07 million. The film has yet to open in Italy and Japan, so it might hit a few more milestones. On the other hand, it will surrender top spot this weekend to The Hunger Games: Catching Fire. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Best Man Bests Prediction, Thor Still Powers Through

November 19th, 2013

As expected, Thor: The Dark World led the way on the weekend box office chart. However, The Best Man Holiday was surprisingly strong and helped soften the blow at the overall box office. Even so, the box office was down 26% from the last weekend at $125 million. A 26% drop-off is bad, but the year-over-year comparison was even worse. So much worse. Compared to this weekend last year when The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, Part 2 debut, the box office was down almost exactly 50%. And with that, 2013 is no longer ahead of 2012's pace. It was bound to happen with the weak box office numbers recently. Granted, 2013 is only behind by 0.4% at $9.02 billion to $9.06 and one really good weekend could reverse that situation. In fact, the opening of The Hunger Games: Catching Fire this coming weekend could reverse that situation, but 2013 will be neck-and-neck with 2012 from here on out, instead of the solid leads it held for much of the year. More...

Weekend Predictions: Holiday Between Blockbusters

November 14th, 2013

The Best Man Holiday

Last weekend, Thor: The Dark World made its debut. Next weekend, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire opens up. With these two monster hits opening so close together, it comes as no surprise that this weekend there are not a lot of new releases. In fact, we only have The Best Man Holiday as a wide release. It won't be able to score top spot, but the lack of direct competition should help it score a solid second place. On the down side, this weekend last year The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, Part 2 opened with $141.07 million, which is very likely more than the entire box office will make this season. More...

International Box Office: Thor 2 Still Strong Second Time Around

November 14th, 2013

Thor: The Dark World debuted last weekend, but thanks to a number of new markets this weekend, it was even more dominant on the international chart. It pulled in $94 million in 66 markets, which lifts its running tally to $240.9 million internationally and $326.6 million worldwide. Its biggest market was China where it made $20.98 million. In comparison, Thor made about $15 million there, in total. This is incredible growth. It grew in Russia rising to $11.44 million on 1,500 screens for a total of $24.04 million after two weeks of release. The original Thor finished with $268.30 million internationally, which is a figure Thor 2 will smash through by the weekend. It might make more internationally than the first film made worldwide and it could help Disney break the all-time single year global box office record, currently at $3.791 billion, which it earned in 2010. More...

Contest: In the Dark: Winning Announcement

November 12th, 2013

The winners of our In the Dark contest were determined and they are... More...

Per Theater Chart: Thief Steals Top Spot

November 12th, 2013

The Book Thief poster

The Book Thief was a surprise top spot with an average of $26,251 in four theaters. It was seen by some as a possible Awards Season contender, but its reviews suggest otherwise. Thor: The Dark World was first on the overall box office and second on the per theater chart with $22,322. Dallas Buyers Club fell from first to third on the per theater chart, but with a still strong average of $18,249 in 35 theaters. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Thor Sees the Light

November 11th, 2013

Thor: The Dark World matched expectations nearly perfectly and dominated the box office over the weekend. In fact, it earned more than the rest of the box office pulled in combined. This helped the overall box office rise 32% from last weekend reaching $167 million. Unfortunately, Thor couldn't match Skyfall's opening weekend and the total box office was 3% lower than the same weekend last year. 2013 is still ahead of 2012, but by 0.9% at $8.85 million to $8.77 million. Since there is only one new release next weekend, and it isn't a prime release, we will likely see another year-over-year loss. Fortunately, 2013 should still stay ahead of 2012 and Catching Fire should end 2013's losing streak in a big way. More...

Weekend Predictions: Thor Will Rule, But Will It Crack $100 Million?

November 8th, 2013

Thor: The Dark World will easily win the race for the top of the box office this weekend. It really has no competition for top spot, and only token competition as far as new releases are concerned. About Time is the only other new wide release, and quite frankly, I should add quotes around both "new" and "wide", as it opened in limited release last weekend, will expand to 1,400 theaters this weekend and it likely won't reach the top five. It will be interesting to see if Ender's Game will hold up next to the competition from Thor, but that seems unlikely. Thor: The Dark World could do well when compared to last year's number one film, Skyfall, but 2013 just doesn't have the depth to thrive, so 2013 will lose again in the year-over-year comparison. More...

International Box Office: Thor Brightens the Day

November 7th, 2013

Thor: The Dark World made its international debut a week ahead of its domestic debut and it crushed the competition with $109.4 million in 36 markets. Its biggest market was the U.K., where it earned first place with $13.80 million on 522 screens. By comparison, the first Thor film managed $9.11 million on 500. If the film has a similar increase in its opening weekend here, it could open with $100 million. That's probably too optimistic; it did show growth in most major markets, just not as much as it did in the U.K. France was the second best new market with an opening of $9.94 million on 609 screens, compared to $8.69 million for its predecessor. Germany and Mexico were neck-and-neck with $8.31 million on 620 screens and $8.26 million on 2,482 respectively. Russia was strong with $7.59 million on 769 screens. Australia made $6.80 million on 609 screens over the weekend for a total opening of $6.98 million. Brazil was close behind with $6.69 million on 1,090 screens. In South Korea it made $6.11 million on 843 screens over the weekend for a total opening of $7.63 million. The only major market to see a decrease was Spain, where the film made $3.34 million on 717 screens over the weekend for a total opening of $3.82 million. By comparison, Thor made $5.58 million on 562 screens. More...

Contest: In the Dark

November 1st, 2013

Next week there is only one wide release, but it is nearly a guaranteed monster hit: Thor: The Dark World. Since it is the only wide release, it is the only choice for the target film for this week's box office prediction contest. In order to win, one must simply predict the opening weekend box office number for Thor: The Dark World. Whoever comes the closest to predicting the film's opening 3-day weekend box office (Friday to Sunday), without going over, will win a copy of Degrassi: Season 12 on DVD. Meanwhile, whoever comes the closest to predicting the film's opening 3-day weekend box office (Friday to Sunday), without going under, will also win a copy of Degrassi: Season 12 on DVD. Entries must be received by 10 a.m., Pacific Time on Friday to be eligible, so don't delay! More...

2013 Preview: November

November 1st, 2013

October ended on a winning note, but it was the only time the entire month that 2013 topped 2012 in the year-over-year comparison. This is quite shocking, as Gravity crushed expectations with more than $200 million and counting. Even with that surprise monster hit, the month still couldn't keep pace with last year. Compared to October, November looks a lot better with three films that could be monster hits: Frozen, Thor: The Dark World, and The Hunger Games: Catching Fire. On the other hand, those are the only three movies with a 50/50 chance or better to top $100 million compared, while there were seven films that reached that milestone last November. The Hunger Games: Catching Fire should make more than last year's number one film, Skyfall, but the depth last year could prove too much to deal with. 2013 might dip below last year's pace sometime during the month, but hopefully it won't stay there too long. More...

Because some of our sources provide box office data in their local currency, while we use USD in the graph above and table below, exchange rate fluctuations can have effect on the data causing stronger increases or even decreases of the cumulative box office.

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2013/11/22 5 $110,763   84 $1,319   $2,714,706 4
2013/11/29 8 $25,899 -77% 40 $647   $2,768,161 5
2013/12/06 11 $5,631 -78% 9 $626   $2,780,328 6
2013/12/13 8 $6,079 +8% 8 $760   $2,787,498 7

Box Office Summary Per Territory

Territory Release
Box Office
Argentina 11/14/2013 $0 0 238 729 $5,475,083 12/13/2015
Australia 10/31/2013 $0 0 530 1425 $21,446,060 12/13/2015
Austria 10/31/2013 $0 0 71 161 $2,561,728 12/13/2015
Belgium 10/30/2013 $0 0 102 215 $2,224,994 12/13/2015
Bolivia 11/7/2013 $0 0 22 93 $1,083,045 12/13/2015
Brazil 11/1/2013 $0 0 710 1891 $27,686,492 12/13/2015
Bulgaria 11/1/2013 $0 0 30 92 $879,675 12/13/2015
Chile 11/7/2013 $0 0 109 339 $3,254,241 12/13/2015
Colombia 11/1/2013 $0 0 178 551 $6,290,973 12/13/2015
Croatia 11/7/2013 $0 0 24 62 $309,572 12/13/2015
Czech Republic 11/7/2013 $0 0 75 192 $1,378,030 12/13/2015
Denmark 10/31/2013 $0 0 57 132 $2,128,547 12/13/2015
Ecuador 11/8/2013 $0 0 42 175 $2,790,162 12/13/2015
Egypt 11/6/2013 $0 0 10 44 $489,422 12/13/2015
Estonia 11/1/2013 $0 0 4 8 $205,444 12/13/2015
Finland 10/30/2013 $0 0 33 82 $1,107,278 12/13/2015
France 10/30/2013 $0 0 498 1142 $22,289,092 12/13/2015
Germany 10/31/2013 $0 0 471 1165 $20,356,156 12/13/2015
Greece 11/21/2013 $546,600 97 97 233 $1,267,903 12/13/2015
Hong Kong 10/31/2013 $0 0 59 90 $4,730,882 12/13/2015
Hungary 11/14/2013 $0 0 48 240 $1,097,365 12/13/2015
Iceland 11/1/2013 $0 0 6 21 $306,525 12/13/2015
India 11/8/2013 $0 0 109 250 $3,598,734 12/13/2015
Indonesia 10/30/2013 $0 0 58 85 $7,402,867 12/13/2015
Israel 10/31/2013 $0 0 21 51 $1,149,742 12/13/2015
Italy 11/20/2013 $5,103,582 678 678 1835 $11,204,850 12/13/2015
Jordan 11/7/2013 $0 0 5 16 $387,745 12/13/2015
Kenya 11/8/2013 $0 0 8 22 $181,249 12/13/2015
Latvia 11/1/2013 $0 0 6 14 $157,502 12/13/2015
Lebanon 11/7/2013 $0 0 17 38 $541,018 12/13/2015
Lithuania 11/15/2013 $0 0 11 25 $125,489 12/13/2015
Malaysia 10/31/2013 $0 0 105 234 $8,812,696 12/13/2015
Mexico 11/1/2013 $0 0 875 2279 $23,857,540 12/13/2015
Netherlands 10/31/2013 $0 0 97 220 $3,157,881 12/13/2015
New Zealand 10/31/2013 $0 0 107 287 $2,825,136 12/13/2015
Nigeria 11/8/2013 $0 0 8 8 $164,215 12/13/2015
North America 11/8/2013 $85,737,841 3841 3841 22518 $206,362,140 5/3/2016
Norway 11/1/2013 $0 0 36 87 $2,546,889 12/13/2015
Peru 11/7/2013 $0 0 148 424 $4,040,720 12/13/2015
Philippines 10/30/2013 $0 0 140 179 $7,954,070 12/13/2015
Poland 11/8/2013 $0 0 133 448 $3,147,605 12/13/2015
Portugal 10/31/2013 $0 0 68 139 $1,396,205 12/13/2015
Romania 11/8/2013 $0 0 67 208 $1,446,952 12/13/2015
Russia (CIS) 11/7/2013 $0 0 800 1319 $35,732,140 12/13/2015
Serbia and Montenegro 11/7/2013 $0 0 14 56 $146,913 12/13/2015
Singapore 10/31/2013 $0 0 31 66 $6,300,035 12/13/2015
Slovakia 11/7/2013 $0 0 20 48 $493,999 12/13/2015
Slovenia 10/31/2013 $0 0 17 85 $148,061 12/13/2015
South Africa 11/8/2013 $0 0 102 270 $2,039,399 12/13/2015
South Korea 10/30/2013 $0 0 355 528 $21,114,584 12/13/2015
Spain 10/31/2013 $0 0 303 877 $8,846,122 12/13/2015
Sweden 10/30/2013 $0 0 74 203 $3,944,319 12/13/2015
Switzerland 10/31/2013 $0 0 39 39 $1,641,007 12/13/2015
Taiwan 10/31/2013 $0 0 67 168 $10,389,487 12/13/2015
Thailand 11/7/2013 $0 0 83 159 $4,552,937 12/13/2015
Turkey 11/1/2013 $0 0 190 335 $3,717,816 12/13/2015
Ukraine 11/1/2013 $0 0 84 141 $2,787,498 12/13/2015
United Arab Emirates 11/7/2013 $0 0 34 71 $3,347,639 12/13/2015
United Kingdom 10/30/2013 $0 0 434 1179 $31,788,260 12/13/2015
Uruguay 11/7/2013 $0 0 10 37 $205,337 12/13/2015
Venezuela 11/8/2013 $0 0 90 410 $8,673,926 12/13/2015
Vietnam 11/8/2013 $0 0 52 102 $2,014,349 12/13/2015
Rest of World $76,898,774
Worldwide Total$644,602,516 5/3/2016

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Lead Ensemble Members

   Jane Foster
   Malekith the Accursed

Supporting Cast

Stellan Skarsgård    Dr. Erik Selvig
Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje    Algrim the Strong/Kurse
Kat Dennings    Darcy Lewis
Ray Stevenson    Volstagg
Zachary Levi    Fandral
Tadanobu Asano    Hogun
Rene Russo    Frigga
Chris O'Dowd    Richard
Jonathan Howard    Ian Boothby


Stan Lee    Mental Ward Patient

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

Production and Technical Credits

Christopher L. Yost    Screenwriter
Christopher Markus    Screenwriter
Stephen McFeely    Screenwriter
Don Payne    Story Creator
Kevin Feige    Producer
Nigel Gostelow    Executive Producer
Stan Lee    Executive Producer
Alan Fine    Executive Producer
Victoria Alonso    Executive Producer
Craig Kyle    Executive Producer
Louis D’Esposito    Executive Producer
Kramer Morgenthau    Director of Photography
Charles Wood    Production Designer
Conrad Buff    Editor
Malcolm Jamieson    Editor
Dan Lebental    Editor
Wendy Partridge    Costume Designer
Jake Morrison    Visual Effects Supervisor
Dave Jordan    Music Supervisor
Carter Burwell    Composer
Sarah Halley Finn    Casting Director
Ray Chan    Supervising Art Director
Hayley Easton-Street    Art Director
Gregory Fangeaux    Art Director
David Stephenson    Sound Mixer
Shannon Mills    Supervising Sound Editor
Shannon Mills    Sound Designer
Josh Gold    Sound Effects Editor
Lora Hirschberg    Re-recording Mixer
Juan Peralta    Re-recording Mixer
Paul Corbould    Special Effects Supervisor
Jake Morrison    Special Effects Supervisor
Steve Dent    Stunt Coordinator
Jamie Christopher    First Assistant Director
John Mahaffie    Second Unit Director
Jamie Christopher    Associate Producer
Diana Giorgiutti    Visual Effects Producer
Sheena Duggal    Visual Effects Supervisor

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