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Russia (CIS) Box Office for Tomorrowland (2015)

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Theatrical Performance (US$)
Russia (CIS) Box Office $7,952,410Details
Worldwide Box Office $207,283,457Details
Home Market Performance
North America DVD Sales $6,166,378 Details
North America Blu-ray Sales $5,461,277 Details
Total North America Video Sales $11,627,655
Further financial details...

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Bound by a shared destiny, former boy-genius Frank, jaded by disillusionment, and Casey, a bright, optimistic teen bursting with scientific curiosity, embark on a danger-filled mission to unearth the secrets of an enigmatic place somewhere in time and space known only as "Tomorrowland." What they must do there changes the world-and them-forever.


Movie Details

Production Budget:$170,000,000
Russia (CIS) Releases: May 21st, 2015 (Wide)
Video Release: October 13th, 2015 by Buena Vista Home Entertainment
MPAA Rating: PG for sequences of sci-fi action violence and peril, thematic elements, and language.
(Rating bulletin 2325, 3/25/2015)
Running Time: 129 minutes
Keywords: Time Travel, Child Prodigy, Inventor
Source:Original Screenplay
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Science Fiction
Production Companies: A113
Production Countries: United States

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...

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 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...

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 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...

International Box Office: Ultron Still Ultimate Film on International Chart

May 28th, 2015

The Avengers: Age of Ultron

For the fifth week in a row, The Avengers: Age of Ultron remained in first place. This week it pulled in $45.8 million in 91 markets for month-long totals of $859.8 million internationally and $1.265 billion worldwide. The film made $53.98 million in China, but that was for the full week, giving it a running tally of $209.39 million after 13 days of release. At this pace, the film should have no trouble hitting $900 million internationally and $1.3 million worldwide, likely over the weekend. Meanwhile, it has yet to open in Japan and should made $50 million, more or less, in that market alone. Will it get to $1 billion internationally? It is still too soon to tell. It should at least be close. More...

Contest: Don't Wait till Tomorrow to Enter: Winning Announcement

May 27th, 2015

The winners of our Don't Wait till Tomorrow to Enter contest were determined and the entrants with the closest predictions for Tomorrowland opening weekend were... More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: The Sun didn't Shine on Tomorrow

May 27th, 2015


The Memorial Day long weekend was not as strong as anticipated, as no film in the top five really topped expectations. Tomorrowland did earn first place, but it barely earned more in four days as it was expected to earn in three. Pitch Perfect 2 crossed $100 million over the weekend and The Avengers: Age of Ultron crossed $400 million, so those milestones helped cushion the blow. Even so, the overall box office fell 18% when compared to last week, falling to $152 million over the three day weekend. It was also down 19% from last year over the three day period. Over four days, the box office pulled in $191 million, which was 17% lower than the same weekend last year. This is a disappointing loss. 2015 is still ahead of 2014, albeit by a margin of just 2.1% at $4.02 billion to $3.95 billion. More...

Weekend Estimates: Tomorrowland Barely Ahead of Pitch Perfect 2

May 24th, 2015


The good news this Memorial Day weekend is that five movies will gross over $20 million. The bad news is that none of them will do any better than Tomorrowland’s soft $32 million debut. Disney’s latest will barely scrape in ahead of Pitch Perfect 2 over three days, with the singing sensation expected to generate $30.3 million. Over four days, Tomorrowland may pull into a slightly larger lead, thanks to its more family-friendly nature, but it will take a much better performance overseas for the sci-fi adventure to recoup its costs. More...

Weekend Predictions: Will Tomorrow be a Better Day?

May 22nd, 2015


It's Memorial Day long weekend, which is one of the best weekends of the year at the box office. There are two new releases trying to take advantage of the holiday, Tomorrowland and Poltergeist. There are also three major holdovers that will remain potent over the weekend: Mad Max: Fury Road, Pitch Perfect 2, and The Avengers: Age of Ultron. There's a chance all five of these films will made $30 million or more over the next four days. Like we've seen most weeks this summer, this weekend last year had a much bigger hit on top. X-Men: Days of Future Past opened with more than $90 million, but only one other film, Godzilla earned more than $15 million over the three-day weekend. So again, 2015 won't match 2014 at the top, but the depth should help 2015 win in the year-over-year comparison. More...

Contest: Don't Wait till Tomorrow to Enter

May 15th, 2015

Next weekend is Memorial Day long weekend. When two films, Poltergeist and Tomorrowland, try to take advantage of the holidays. Tomorrowland has the significant advantage at the box office and 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 Tomorrowland.

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. It was going to feature Strawberry Shortcake: Berry Best in Show, but the PR company ran out of copies, as there were more screener requests than they anticipated. So we are going to go with Winner's Choice of either a season of TV on DVD, two movies, or three single-disc kids shows that I previously reviewed. This could include Strawberry Shortcake: Berry Best in Show, or other DVDs from that franchise. Whoever comes the closest to predicting the film's opening 3-day weekend box office (Friday to Sunday), without going under, will win a second Winner's Choice Frankenprize. 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 a Winner's Choice Frankenprize. 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...

Tomorrowland Trailer

February 26th, 2015


Sci-fi adventure starring Britt Robertson and George Clooney, directed by Brad Bird opens May 22... Full movie details... 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
2015/05/22 2 $3,914,813   1,990 $1,967   $3,914,813 1
2015/05/29 2 $1,357,346 -65% 0     $6,567,412 2
2015/06/05 4 $450,377 -67% 980 $460   $7,173,226 3
2015/06/12 7 $49,430 -89% 190 $260   $7,188,913 4
2015/06/19 9 $5,917 -88% 21 $282   $7,952,410 5

Box Office Summary Per Territory

Territory Release
Box Office
Argentina 5/21/2015 $686,330 157 157 298 $1,760,526 9/9/2015
Australia 5/28/2015 $1,210,061 241 263 1042 $3,351,826 7/13/2015
Austria 5/22/2015 $186,753 62 63 320 $443,899 7/15/2015
Azerbaijan 5/21/2015 $0 0 0 0 $0
Belgium 5/20/2015 $219,286 80 82 411 $700,466 7/15/2015
Brazil 6/4/2015 $0 0 0 0 $0
Bulgaria 5/22/2015 $45,863 48 48 148 $150,631 8/4/2015
Chile 5/21/2015 $0 0 0 0 $0
China 5/26/2015 $8,191,699 0 0 0 $19,250,000 6/23/2015
Colombia 5/21/2015 $0 0 0 0 $0
Croatia 5/21/2015 $25,204 27 27 54 $50,306 6/17/2015
Cyprus 5/22/2015 $0 0 0 0 $0
Czech Republic 5/21/2015 $64,378 61 65 209 $130,185 6/25/2015
Denmark 5/21/2015 $0 0 0 0 $0
Ecuador 5/22/2015 $324,061 54 54 54 $324,061 5/27/2015
Estonia 5/29/2015 $0 0 6 6 $60,463 6/17/2015
Finland 5/22/2015 $64,692 69 69 202 $293,189 8/4/2015
France 5/20/2015 $2,436,488 551 551 2278 $6,535,891 6/23/2015
Germany 5/21/2015 $0 0 410 877 $3,156,855 7/8/2015
Greece 5/28/2015 $0 0 67 85 $283,693 6/17/2015
Hong Kong 5/21/2015 $295,593 107 107 255 $1,860,305 7/1/2015
Hungary 5/28/2015 $95,273 58 58 174 $184,692 6/25/2015
Iceland 5/29/2015 $18,007 10 10 15 $41,929 6/10/2015
India 5/22/2015 $226,316 92 92 145 $406,443 6/10/2015
Indonesia 5/21/2015 $1,143,897 241 241 245 $2,589,931 6/17/2015
Ireland 5/22/2015 $0 0 0 0 $0
Israel 5/21/2015 $0 0 27 48 $51,540 6/10/2015
Italy 5/21/2015 $1,480,553 542 542 864 $3,554,211 7/7/2015
Japan 6/6/2015 $2,107,175 637 643 2522 $9,957,025 7/1/2015
Kazakhstan 5/21/2015 $0 0 0 0 $0
Kenya 5/22/2015 $13,020 12 12 24 $27,790 6/17/2015
Latvia 5/29/2015 $10,571 8 8 8 $10,571 6/2/2015
Lebanon 5/22/2015 $54,935 16 16 49 $146,289 7/1/2015
Lithuania 5/22/2015 $12,051 113 113 127 $47,815 7/8/2015
Macedonia 5/21/2015 $0 0 0 0 $0
Malaysia 5/21/2015 $773,495 126 127 334 $1,952,169 7/8/2015
Mexico 5/21/2015 $2,542,274 0 0 0 $5,575,146 6/24/2015
Netherlands 5/21/2015 $296,040 94 94 327 $811,501 6/22/2015
New Zealand 5/21/2015 $0 0 61 266 $585,614 7/13/2015
North America 5/22/2015 $33,028,165 3972 3972 17822 $93,436,322 4/28/2017
Norway 5/22/2015 $0 0 48 85 $37,273 7/7/2015
Pakistan 5/22/2015 $0 0 0 0 $0
Panama 5/21/2015 $0 0 0 0 $0
Peru 5/21/2015 $423,914 143 143 306 $1,038,201 6/23/2015
Philippines 5/22/2015 $928,251 182 182 509 $2,462,426 6/10/2015
Poland 5/29/2015 $244,935 0 0 0 $1,079,509 6/1/2018
Portugal 5/28/2015 $0 0 85 245 $539,593 7/1/2015
Romania 5/22/2015 $89,715 67 67 299 $317,426 7/17/2015
Russia (CIS) 5/21/2015 $3,914,813 1990 1990 3181 $7,952,410 6/24/2015
Serbia and Montenegro 5/21/2015 $9,222 13 13 26 $26,438 7/8/2015
Singapore 5/21/2015 $845,267 66 66 136 $1,931,397 8/18/2015
Slovakia 5/22/2015 $42,204 34 34 104 $81,293 7/1/2015
Slovenia 5/22/2015 $11,262 13 13 79 $31,831 7/8/2015
South Africa 5/22/2015 $99,181 91 91 91 $99,181 5/27/2015
South Korea 5/22/2015 $2,654 1 435 656 $1,891,231 6/22/2015
Spain 5/29/2015 $1,339,234 622 622 2365 $4,774,858 7/15/2015
Sweden 5/22/2015 $0 0 0 0 $0
Taiwan 5/22/2015 $1,143,260 82 82 256 $2,253,123 6/17/2015
Thailand 5/21/2015 $727,269 171 171 380 $1,900,000 6/23/2015
Turkey 5/22/2015 $163,369 142 178 555 $738,420 7/8/2015
Ukraine 5/21/2015 $258,390 228 228 318 $539,881 7/7/2015
United Arab Emirates 5/21/2015 $691,073 68 68 140 $1,242,964 6/10/2015
United Kingdom 5/22/2015 $2,295,104 544 544 2148 $7,809,706 9/22/2015
Uruguay 5/21/2015 $33,801 11 12 42 $86,279 6/23/2015
Venezuela 5/22/2015 $542,506 57 57 194 $542,506 7/7/2015
Vietnam 5/22/2015 $178,805 264 264 372 $590,773 6/17/2015
Rest of World $11,585,454
Worldwide Total$207,283,457 6/1/2018

Full financial estimates for this film, including domestic and international box office, video sales, video rentals, TV and ancillary revenue are available through our research services. For more information, please contact us at

Leading Cast


Supporting Cast

Hugh Laurie    David Nix
Britt Robertson    Casey
Raffey Cassidy    Athena
Tim McGraw    Eddie Newton
Kathryn Hahn    Ursula
Keegan-Michael Key    Hugo
Christopher Bauer    Frank's Dad
Thomas Robinson    Young Frank Walker
Pierce Gagnon    Nate Newton
Matthew MacCaull    Dave Clark
Judy Greer    Jenny Newton
Matthew Kevin Anderson    Bus Driver
Michael Giacchino    Small World Operator
D. Harlan Cutshall    Skyscraper Foreman
Shiloh Nelson    Young Casey Newton
Xantha Radley    History Teacher
David Nykl    Science Teacher
Paul McGillion    English Teacher
Pearce Visser    Beefy Cop
Gary Chalk    Jail Desk Jockey
Dagan Nish    Jail Punk
Yusuf Ahmed    Jetpack Dexter
Alex Barima    Jetpack Buddy
Jedidiah Goodacre    Jetpack Buddy
Kate Crutchlow    Monorail Mother
Priya Rajarthnam    Young Astronaut
Parm Soor    Astronaut's Father
Leena Manro    Astronaut's Mother
Rick Pearce    Pickup Driver
Tom Butler    Police Captain
Michael Rowe    Deputy
Tim Perez    Deputy
Patrick Sabongui    Eiffel Tower Guard #1
Romuald Hivert    Eiffel Tower Guard #2
Mathieu Lardier    Pierre Clark
Fraser Corbett    Jensen
Darren Shahlavi    Tough Guard
Aidan Gemme    Young British Recruiter
Takayuki Oki    Guitar Player
Natasha Davidson    GM Plant Worker
Liliane Leila Juma    Haitian Woman

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

Production and Technical Credits

Damon Lindelof    Screenwriter
Brad Bird    Screenwriter
Damon Lindelof    Story Creator
Brad Bird    Story Creator
Jeff Jensen    Story Creator
Damon Lindelof    Producer
Brad Bird    Producer
Jeffrey Chernov    Producer
John Walker    Executive Producer
Bernard Bellew    Executive Producer
Jeff Jensen    Executive Producer
Brigham Taylor    Executive Producer
Claudio Miranda    Director of Photography
Scott Chambliss    Production Designer
Walter Murch    Editor
Craig Wood    Editor
Jeffrey Kurland    Costume Designer
Tom Peitzman    Co-Producer
Michael Giacchino    Composer
Craig Hammack    Visual Effects Supervisor
Eddie Pasquarello    Visual Effects Supervisor
John Knoll    Visual Effects Supervisor
April Webster    Casting Director
Alyssa Weisberg    Casting Director
Bernard Bellew    Unit Production Manager
Stewart Bethune    Unit Production Manager
Chris Castaldi    First Assistant Director
Ian Calip    Second Assistant Director
Debbi Bossi    Associate Producer
Robert Alonzo    Supervising Stunt Coordinator
Joey Box    Co-Stunt Coordinator
Eva Morgan    Production Supervisor
Ramsey Avery    Supervising Art Director
Don MacAulay    Supervising Art Director
Todd Cherniawsky    Art Director
Geoff Wallace    Art Director
Jeremy Stanbridge    Art Director
Lauren Polizzi    Art Director
Martina Javorova    Art Director
Kelvin Humenny    Art Director
Lin MacDonald    Set Decorator
James Tyson    Costume Supervisor
Monica Huppert    Make up
Anne Carroll    Hairstylist
Bill Terezakis    Special Make up Effects-Makeup Effects Designer
Kimi Webber    Script Supervisor
David Husby    Sound Mixer
Simon Morgan    First Assistant Editor
David Cerf    First Assistant Editor
Dana Mulligan    Assistant Editor
Tom Barrett    Assistant Editor
Walter Slater Murch    Assistant Editor
Warren Mazutinec    Assistant Editor
Ken L. Smith    Assistant Editor
Kyrsten Mate    Sound Designer
Gwendolyn Yates Whittle    Supervising Sound Editor
Juan Peralta    Re-recording Mixer
Gary Rydstrom    Re-recording Mixer
Jeremy Bowker    Re-recording Mixer
E.J. Holowicki    Re-recording Mixer
Adam Kopald    Re-recording Mixer
J.R. Grubbs    Sound Effects Editor
Adam Kopald    Sound Effects Editor
E.J. Holowicki    Sound Effects Editor
Jeremy Bowker    Sound Effects Editor
Cheryl Nardi    Dialogue Editor
Brad Semenoff    Dialogue Editor
Mike Vezina    Special Effects Coordinator
Jeffrey Chernov    Line Producer
William Pruss    First Assistant Director
David Klohn    First Assistant Director
Marvin J. Williams, Jr.    Second Assistant Director
Tom Peitzman    Visual Effects Producer
Rick Messina    Casting Associate
Jesse Lafferty    Casting Assistant
Michael Vezina    Special Effects Coordinator
Jeffrey Lynch    Second Unit Director
John Bernard    Line Producer
Mark Albela    Line Producer
Gilles Castera    Production Manager
Kevin Cross    Set Designer
Liz Goldwyn    Set Designer
Jay Mitchell    Set Designer
Andrew Reeder    Set Designer
Peter Stratford    Set Designer
Bryan Sutton    Set Designer
Mira Caveno    Set Designer
Jim Ramsay    Set Designer
Scott Schneider    Set Designer
Stephen Bedford    Set Designer
Nancy Anna Brown    Set Designer
D.A. Girling    Set Designer
David Hadaway    Set Designer
Sheila Millar    Set Designer
Peter Ochotta    Set Designer
Kris Bergthorson    Set Designer
John G. Burke    Set Designer
Tex Kadonaga    Set Designer
Alex Levy    Music Editor
Jeffrey A. Lynch    Second Unit Director

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