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Winter's Tale (2014)

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Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $12,600,231Details
International Box Office $9,868,389Details
Worldwide Box Office $22,468,620
Home Market Performance
Est. Domestic DVD Sales $3,688,935 Details
Est. Domestic Blu-ray Sales $1,406,347 Details
Total Est. Domestic Video Sales $5,095,282
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Synopsis

Peter Lake is a master thief, who never expected to have his own heart stolen by the beautiful Beverly Penn. But their love is star-crossed: she burns with a deadly form of consumption, and Peter has been marked for a much more violent death by his one-time mentor, the demonic Pearly Soames. Peter desperately tries to save his one true love, across time, against the forces of darkness, even as Pearly does everything in his power to take him down—winner take all and loser be damned. What Peter needs is a miracle, but only time will tell if he can find one.

Metrics

Latest Ranking on Cumulative Box Office Lists


Movie Details

Production Budget:$60,000,000
Domestic Releases: February 14th, 2014 (Wide) by Warner Bros.
Video Release: June 24th, 2014 by Warner Home Video
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for violence and some sensuality.
(Rating bulletin 2299, 11/20/2013)
Running Time: 118 minutes
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Keywords: Romance, Animal Lead, Cross-Class Romance, Terminal Illness, Reincarnation, Orphan, Love at First Sight
Source:Based on Fiction Book/Short Story
Genre:Drama
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Fantasy
Production Companies: Weed Road Pictures, Marc Platt Productions
Production Countries: United States

Ranking on other Records and Milestones

RecordRankAmountChart
Date
Days In
Release
Front-Loaded Opening Weekend 19 50.1% Feb 14, 2014 3
Washington's Birthday (All Movies, 3-Day) 152 $7,297,694 Feb 14, 2014 3
Washington's Birthday (All Movies, 3-Day, Inflation Adjusted) 228 $8,012,278 Feb 14, 2014 3
Washington's Birthday (All Movies, 4-Day, Fri-Mon) 131 $8,007,059 Feb 14, 2014 3
Washington's Birthday (All Movies, 4-Day, Fri-Mon, Inflation Adjusted) 146 $8,791,104 Feb 14, 2014 3
Washington's Birthday (Opening, 3-Day) 75 $7,297,694 Feb 14, 2014 3
Washington's Birthday (Opening, 3-Day, Inflation Adjusted) 101 $8,012,278 Feb 14, 2014 3
Washington's Birthday (Opening, 4-Day, Fri-Mon) 64 $8,007,059 Feb 14, 2014 3
Washington's Birthday (Opening, 4-Day, Fri-Mon, Inflation Adjusted) 67 $8,791,104 Feb 14, 2014 3

Leading Cast

   Peter Lake
   Beverly Penn
   Pearly Soames

Supporting Cast

Jennifer Connelly    Virginia Gamely
William Hurt    Isaac Penn
Eva Marie Saint    Adult Willa
Matt Bomer    Young Man
Lucy Griffiths    Young Woman
Michael Crane    Ellis Isle Doctor
Brian Hutchison    Ellis Isle Official
Kevin Corrigan    Romeo Tan
Alan Doyle    Dingy Worthington
Jon Patrick Walker    Optometrist
David O'Brien Hart    Penn House Butler
Maurice Jones    Cecil Mature
Matthew R. Staley    Oyster Boy
Scott Grimes    Carriage Driver
Graham Greene    Humpstone John
Brenda Wehle    Governess
Tom Morrissey    Butler
Finn Wittrock    Gabriel
Joshua Henry    Gravesman
Ripley Sobo    Abby
Maggie Geha    Girl in Bed
Caitlin Dulany    Librarian
Norm Lewis    Custodian
Kevin Durand    Cesar Tan
Harriett D. Foy    Receptionist
Rob Campbell    Gwathmi
Scotty Dillin    Grand Central Short Tail
Listo Listo    Athansor
Joana Alfonso    Ballroom Dancer
Kevin Aubin    Ballroom Dancer
Albert Blackstone    Ballroom Dancer
John Carroll    Ballroom Dancer
Peter Chursin    Ballroom Dancer
Carolyn Doherty    Ballroom Dancer
Joel Dowling    Ballroom Dancer
Lori Ann Ferreri    Ballroom Dancer
Luis Augusto Figueroa    Ballroom Dancer
Adam Fleming    Ballroom Dancer
Heather Hamilton    Ballroom Dancer
Manuel Herrera    Ballroom Dancer
Lindsay Janisse    Ballroom Dancer
Laurie Kanyok    Ballroom Dancer
Chris King    Ballroom Dancer
Keith Kuhl    Ballroom Dancer
Allison Leo    Ballroom Dancer
Shylo M. Martinez    Ballroom Dancer
Dennia Dylis Minter    Ballroom Dancer
Mark Myars    Ballroom Dancer
Candy Olsen    Ballroom Dancer
Nathan Peck    Ballroom Dancer
Andy Pellick    Ballroom Dancer
Casey Quinn    Ballroom Dancer
Charles Sutton    Ballroom Dancer
Ron Todorowski    Ballroom Dancer
Brooke Lauren Wendle    Ballroom Dancer
Neka Zang    Ballroom Dancer

Cameos

Will Smith    Judge

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

Production and Technical Credits

   Director
Akiva Goldsman    Screenwriter
Akiva Goldsman    Producer
Marc Platt    Producer
Michael Tadross    Producer
Tony Allard    Producer
Mark Helprin    Story Creator
Kerry Foster    Executive Producer
Bruce Berman    Executive Producer
James Packer    Executive Producer
Steven Mnuchin    Executive Producer
Caleb Deschanel    Director of Photography
Naomi Shohan    Production Designer
Wayne Wahrman    Editor
Tim Squyres    Editor
Michael Kaplan    Costume Designer
William M. Connor    Co-Producer
Hans Zimmer    Composer
Rupert Gregson-Williams    Composer
Richard Hollander    Visual Effects Supervisor
Raymond Quinlan    Unit Production Manager
Michael Tadross    Unit Production Manager
William M. Connor    Assistant Director
Derek Wimble    Assistant Director
Raymond Quinlan    Associate Producer
Peter Rogness    Art Director
Michael Auszura    Assistant Art Director
Jeffrey D. McDonald    Assistant Art Director
Tobin Ost    Assistant Art Director
Leslie Rollins    Set Decorator
Jessica Alan    Post-Production Supervisor
Isabel Henderson    Post-Production Supervisor
Ian Blume    Associate Editor
Hal Couzens    Visual Effects Producer
Leslie Hough    Visual Effects Producer
Anita Gou    Visual Effects
Skylar Nichols    Visual Effects
Rick Shine    Visual Effects
Brian Kenyon    Assistant Director
Stuart Valberg    Assistant Director
Jeff Brink    Special Effects Supervisor
Jim Bilz    Special Effects
Mike Maggi    Special Effects
Doug Faccipointi    Special Effects
Charles Simunek    Special Effects
Jeff Naparstek    Special Effects
William F. Reynolds    Special Effects
J. Kevin Draves    Costume Supervisor
Suzy Freeman    Costume Supervisor
John Caglione, Jr.    Make up
Mary Aaron    Make up
Mike Marino    Make-up and Prosthetic Effects Designer
Jasen Sica    Hairstylist
Adam Caldwell    Casting Associate
Noa Franco    Casting Associate
Cynthia Degros    Casting Assistant

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

DVD and Blu-ray Releases for June 24th, 2014

June 23rd, 2014

There's very little on the home market that stands out. 300: Rise of an Empire is the biggest movie coming out this week, but it is far from the best new release. Unfortunately, there are not a lot of new releases in competition for Pick of the Week. The A Hard Day's Night Criterion Collection Blu-ray is absolutely worth picking up, but there are no new extras for the Blu-ray, so that is a strike against it. Masters of Sex: Season One earned great reviews, but the extras on the DVD or the Blu-ray are only good. Star Trek: The Next Generation: Season Six is loaded, but its price is just too high. In the end, I rolled a dice and Star Trek: The Next Generation came out on top, but it really is a close race. More...

Analysis: March Bankability and the Top Dramatic Actors

April 1st, 2014

In the March update to our Bankability Index, our list of industry influencers increases to 14 people and we examine the top actors and actresses in dramatic roles in movies.

Overall, March's chart reflects the relatively modest start to the year at the box office. Samuel L. Jackson moves back into second place in the overall chart thanks to his appearance in RoboCop, Hans Zimmer was helped by his composing for Winter's Tale and Son of God (and will be further helped in April's chart through his involvement in Divergent–does the man ever sleep?). Leonardo DiCaprio continues to benefit from his producing roles in The Wolf of Wall Street, Out of the Furnace and Runner Runner. Finally, Frozen helps John Lasseter solidify his 11th place in the chart.

This month's new entry is Morgan Freeman, who got a very handy boost from his voice role in The LEGO Movie, and was also helped by some work we did on our archive of credits. That combination takes him to 14th on the Worldwide Chart, up 3 places from February.

All this activity has kept us pretty busy, but it's our new Bankability feature that really kept us burning the midnight oil this month: The Bankability Index Casting and Hiring Guides... More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Lego Adds Another Brick to Its Box Office Haul

February 24th, 2014

Lego poster

The LEGO Movie completed the threepeat in a dominating fashion earning more than 3 Days to Kill and Pompeii earned combined. On the other hand, neither of those films were that impressive, so beating both of them might not seem like a real accomplishment. The overall box office took a tumble, which is expected for a post-holiday weekend, but it still fell a little more than I would like, down 37% to $111 million. This is 7% more than the same weekend last year, so 2014 continued its winning ways in the year-over-year race. In fact, 2014 extended its lead to $150 million or 11% and now leads 2013 by a $1.51 billion to $1.36 billion. More...

Weekend Estimates: LEGO Unstoppable at Top

February 23rd, 2014

Lego poster

The LEGO Movie will see off two more challengers for box office supremacy this weekend, according to studio estimates released on Sunday. 3 Days to Kill will open with $12.3 million, soft for a film that cost $28 million, while Pompeii will barely reach $10 million, disastrous for a film that cost $80 million or $100 million, depending on who you talk to. That leaves The LEGO Movie miles ahead, with a projected $31.4 million for the weekend and $183 million or so in the bank after 17 days in release. It'll be down 37% from last weekend—an impressive result considering last weekend was a holiday. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Lego Presides Over Presidents' Day

February 19th, 2014

Lego poster

The LEGO Movie again crushed expectations earning almost as much over three-days as most people were expecting it to earn over four. The new releases were not as lucky for the most part. About Last Night and RoboCop matched expectations, while Endless Love and Winter's Tale missed lowered expectations. Overall, the three-day box office pulled in $170 million, which was 12% more than last week and 20% more than last year. Over four days, the total box office was $199 million, or 12% more than the four-day period last year. Year-to-date, 2014 has extended its lead over 2013 to 8.5% at $1.36 billion to $1.25 billion. More...

Weekend Estimates: LEGO Towers Over All

February 16th, 2014

Lego poster

It's looking like a healthy President's Day weekend at the box office, with one impressive debut and several movies enjoying strong second, fourth, and even thirteenth weekends. The champion opener is About Last Night, a remake of the 1986 hit, which will open with about $27 million over three days, helped by a big $13 million Valentine's Day. With the film playing in only 2,253 theaters, that represents a terrific $12,000 theater average, and continues Kevin Hart's hot streak. Handily beating About Last Night at the top of the chart, though, is The LEGO Movie, with a projected $48.8 million over three days, and around $60 million over the full four-day weekend. That's down a decent 29% from last weekend, for a theater average of almost $13,000. More...

Weekend Predictions: RoboCop Starts First, but Last Night should get Last Laugh

February 14th, 2014

About Last Night poster

RoboCop opened on Wednesday, but failed to meet expectations, which leaves an opening for About Last Night to become the best of the new releases. Endless Love will also be competitive this weekend, meaning all three 1980s remakes could finish back-to-back-to-back. On the other hand, Winter's Tale could miss the top five. As for the holdovers, The LEGO Movie will crush all of the new releases and easily repeat as box office champion. By the end of business on Monday, it will have made enough money to cover its entire production budget. This time last year there were also four new releases, led by A Good Day to Die Hard. I think this year's new releases are a little weaker on average than last year's were' however, The LEGO Movie could make $50 million over the next four days, so it will carry 2014 to victory. More...

2014 Preview: February

January 31st, 2014

Lego poster

After a weak start, January rebounded and a couple of films on last month's preview cracked $100 million at the box office. Granted, Lone Survivor is technically a December release, but Ride Along will become one of the rare January releases to reach the century mark. Unfortunately, there doesn't appear to be too many February releases that have a real shot at $100 million. It is very likely that The Lego Movie will reach that milestone, but most of the rest of the movies will be lucky if they reach $50 million. Last February was very similar. We had one surprise $100 million hit, Identity Thief, plus a couple of solid midlevel hits, Warm Bodies, for instance. However, for the most part, the month was one miss after another. This means 2014 could continue its winning ways, or at the very least, shouldn't fall behind 2013's pace. More...

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Domestic Cumulative Box Office Records


Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2014/02/14 7 $7,297,694   2,965 $2,461   $7,297,694 1
2014/02/21 10 $2,173,455 -70% 2,965 $733   $11,267,356 2
2014/02/28 28 $244,092 -89% 705 $346   $12,314,242 3
2014/03/07 52 $33,126 -86% 82 $404   $12,470,979 4
2014/03/14 58 $19,997 -40% 50 $400   $12,506,315 5
2014/03/21 50 $37,878 +89% 144 $263   $12,556,157 6
2014/03/28 57 $12,737 -66% 85 $150   $12,591,660 7

Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2014/02/14 6 $3,652,687   2,965 $1,232   $3,652,687 1
2014/02/15 8 $2,245,561 -39% 2,965 $757   $5,898,248 2
2014/02/16 8 $1,399,446 -38% 2,965 $472   $7,297,694 3
2014/02/17 8 $709,365 -49% 2,965 $239   $8,007,059 4
2014/02/18 8 $444,208 -37% 2,965 $150   $8,451,267 5
2014/02/19 8 $331,446 -25% 2,965 $112   $8,782,713 6
2014/02/20 8 $311,188 -6% 2,965 $105   $9,093,901 7
2014/02/21 10 $674,323 +117% 2,965 $227   $9,768,224 8
2014/02/22 10 $970,504 +44% 2,965 $327   $10,738,728 9
2014/02/23 10 $528,628 -46% 2,965 $178   $11,267,356 10
2014/02/24 10 $173,064 -67% 2,965 $58   $11,440,420 11
2014/02/25 10 $244,157 +41% 2,965 $82   $11,684,577 12
2014/02/26 10 $196,398 -20% 2,965 $66   $11,880,975 13
2014/02/27 11 $189,175 -4% 2,965 $64   $12,070,150 14
2014/02/28 - $76,620 -59% 705 $109   $12,146,770 15
2014/03/01 - $112,334 +47% 705 $159   $12,259,104 16
2014/03/02 - $55,138 -51% 705 $78   $12,314,242 17
2014/03/03 - $28,409 -48% 705 $40   $12,342,651 18
2014/03/04 - $34,354 +21% 705 $49   $12,377,005 19
2014/03/05 - $27,826 -19% 705 $39   $12,404,831 20
2014/03/06 - $33,022 +19% 705 $47   $12,437,853 21
2014/03/07 - $10,579 -68% 82 $129   $12,448,432 22
2014/03/08 - $15,515 +47% 82 $189   $12,463,947 23
2014/03/09 - $7,032 -55% 82 $86   $12,470,979 24
2014/03/10 - $3,045 -57% 82 $37   $12,474,024 25
2014/03/11 - $4,115 +35% 82 $50   $12,478,139 26
2014/03/12 - $4,238 +3% 82 $52   $12,482,377 27
2014/03/13 - $3,941 -7% 82 $48   $12,486,318 28
2014/03/14 - $6,555 +66% 50 $131   $12,492,873 29
2014/03/15 - $7,846 +20% 50 $157   $12,500,719 30
2014/03/16 - $5,596 -29% 50 $112   $12,506,315 31
2014/03/17 - $3,358 -40% 50 $67   $12,509,673 32
2014/03/18 - $3,459 +3% 50 $69   $12,513,132 33
2014/03/19 - $3,152 -9% 50 $63   $12,516,284 34
2014/03/20 - $1,995 -37% 50 $40   $12,518,279 35
2014/03/21 - $11,628 +483% 144 $81   $12,529,907 36
2014/03/22 - $15,912 +37% 144 $111   $12,545,819 37
2014/03/23 - $10,338 -35% 144 $72   $12,556,157 38
2014/03/24 - $4,652 -55% 144 $32   $12,560,809 39
2014/03/25 - $6,359 +37% 144 $44   $12,567,168 40
2014/03/26 - $6,202 -2% 144 $43   $12,573,370 41
2014/03/27 - $5,553 -10% 144 $39   $12,578,923 42
2014/03/28 - $3,992 -28% 85 $47   $12,582,915 43
2014/03/29 - $5,467 +37% 85 $64   $12,588,382 44
2014/03/30 - $3,278 -40% 85 $39   $12,591,660 45
2014/03/31 - $1,573 -52% 85 $19   $12,593,233 46
2014/04/01 - $1,829 +16% 85 $22   $12,595,062 47
2014/04/02 - $2,371 +30% 85 $28   $12,597,433 48
2014/04/03 - $2,798 +18% 85 $33   $12,600,231 49

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2014/02/14 8 $9,093,901   2,965 $3,067   $9,093,901 1
2014/02/21 10 $2,976,249 -67% 2,965 $1,004   $12,070,150 2
2014/02/28 28 $367,703 -88% 705 $522   $12,437,853 3
2014/03/07 49 $48,465 -87% 82 $591   $12,486,318 4
2014/03/14 52 $31,961 -34% 50 $639   $12,518,279 5
2014/03/21 45 $60,644 +90% 144 $421   $12,578,923 6
2014/03/28 59 $21,308 -65% 85 $251   $12,600,231 7

International Cumulative Box Office Records


Worldwide Cumulative Box Office Records


Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
6/29/2014744,150 44,150$750,108$750,1081
7/6/20141538,284-13% 82,434$650,445$1,400,5542
7/13/20141527,607-28% 110,041$469,043$1,869,5973
7/27/20142512,629 131,592$214,567$2,235,7485

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
6/29/2014817,386 17,386$403,184$403,1841
7/6/20141910,162-42% 27,548$234,333$637,5172

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