|Sep 28, 2012||Pitch Perfect||$17,000,000||$5,149,433||$65,001,093||$116,044,347||Play|
|May 15, 2015||Pitch Perfect 2||$29,000,000||$69,216,890||$184,296,230||$287,641,616||Play|
|Dec 22, 2017||Pitch Perfect 3||$19,928,525||$104,897,530||$184,716,782||Play|
Box Office History for Pitch Perfect Movies
|Dec 18, 2012||Pitch Perfect||$90,112,831||$33,267,013||$123,379,844|
|Sep 1, 2015||Pitch Perfect 2||$23,387,270||$19,272,822||$42,660,092|
Our DVD and Blu-ray sales estimates are based on weekly retail surveys, which we use to build a weekly market share estimate for each title we are tracking. The market share is converted into a weekly sales estimate based on industry reports on the overall size of the market, including reports published in Home Media Magazine.
For example, if our weekly retail survey estimates that a particular title sold 1% of all units that week, and the industry reports sales of 1,500,000 units in total, we will estimate 15,000 units were sold of that title. The consumer spending estimate is based on the average sales price for the title in the retailers we survey.
We refine our estimates from week to week as more data becomes available. In particular, we adjust weekly sales figures for the quarter once the total market estimates are published by the Digital Entertainment Group. Figures will therefore fluctuate each week, and totals for individual titles can go up or down as we update our estimates.
Because sales figures are estimated based on sampling, they will be more accurate for higher-selling titles.
March 20th, 2018
It is a slow week with less than a dozen releases in the main section, and that includes two late reviews. There’s no more than that for the secondary Blu-ray releases. That said, a high percentage of these are worth picking up with many Pick of the Week contenders. For example, the biggest release of the week, Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle, is one of the best, as is one of the smallest releases, Miss Kiet’s Children. However, in the end, I went with Coco, which technically came out a couple of weeks ago, but the screener arrived late and it really deserves the title of Pick of the Week.
January 9th, 2018
Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle held on strongly during the first weekend of 2018 earning $37.23 million. Insidious: The Last Key opened with $29.58 million, earning a solid second place. Overall, the box office pulled in $165 million, which is 15% lower than last weekend; however, last weekend was a holiday weekend, so this is a better than expected hold. More importantly, this is 21% better than the same weekend last year. 2018 has a small lead over 2017 at 7.1% to $306 million to $285 million. It has been a while since we’ve seen a lead in the year-over-year comparison, but obviously it is far too early for this lead to be meaningful.
January 7th, 2018
The Last Jedi’s run at the top of the chart came to an abrupt end this weekend, according to studio estimates released on Sunday morning. Disney’s big Christmas hit doesn’t seem to have much by way of legs going into January, as it falls by 55% from New Year’s weekend, the worst performance in the top 10. It will still pick up another $23.551 million or so, according to the studio, for a total of $572.5 million to date domestically. Its global total now stands at $1.2 billion, the 13th-best performance of all time.
December 28th, 2017
As per usual, the weekend after Christmas has no new wide releases. This means there will be almost no changes in the top five from last weekend, meaning Star Wars: The Last Jedi will win with ease, while Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle will be in a comfortable second place. This weekend last year, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story and Sing were neck-and-neck with just over $90 million combined. The Last Jedi and Jumanji should top that, giving 2017 one last win in the year-over-year comparison.
December 24th, 2017
It’s a very crowded weekend, to say the least, in theaters, with five new wide releases already playing, and another joining the fray tomorrow. The Last Jedi is unperturbed by the competition, and will come out an easy winner, according to studio estimates released on Sunday. Its $68.486 million projected 3-day gross takes it to $365 million after 10 days in release. Among its new records this weekend, it became the 3rd-fastest film to earn $350 million at the domestic box office, and will have the 3rd-best Christmas weekend. All this is in spite of the fact that takings are expected to be down significantly today as everyone prepares for, or starts celebrating, the holiday.
December 23rd, 2017
This weekend complicated, as Christmas Eve lands on a Sunday and Christmas Day technically makes it a four-day weekend. Although with so many schools closed for the holidays, you could almost call it a eleven-day weekend. This makes interpreting Friday’s box office numbers more difficult than usual. Star Wars: The Last Jedi earned $24.68 million on Friday, putting its running tally to $321.28 million. It tied Jurassic World for second-fastest to $300 million at just 8 days. On the other hand, this is a little bit lower than our predictions. It still has a real shot at over $100 million during the four-day weekend, but it could have to wait until Tuesday to get to $400 million.
December 21st, 2017
This is technically Christmas Weekend, so it should come as no surprised that there are a lot of movies vying for that lucrative Christmas family audience. Two of them, Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle and The Greatest Showman, opened yesterday, and we’ve already talked about how well they did on their opening day. On Friday, they will be joined by Pitch Perfect 3, Downsizing, and Father Figures, none of which are earning good reviews and only one of which is expected to be a box office hit. This should leave Star Wars: The Last Jedi on top of the chart with room to spare. This weekend last year, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story dominated the box office, while Sing was the only release that was a major hit.
November 7th, 2015
It was the first full week for The Avengers: Age of Ultron on the home market and it topped the new releases for October 6th, 2015 and earned first place on the combined DVD and Blu-ray chart for October 11th. Over the week, the film sold 1.02 million units and generated $18.02 million for the week for sales of 2.62 million units / $47.21 million after nine days of release. By comparison, Furious 7 generated $47.05 million, not during its first two weeks, but since its release nearly a month ago. It is already in the top ten for the year and it should climb into the top five shortly.
October 14th, 2015
Pitch Perfect 2 led the new releases for September 22nd and earned first place on the combined DVD and Blu-ray chart for September 27th. The film sold 974,000 units / $16.76 million during its first week of release, 55% of which was sold on Blu-ray. That's really impressive for this type of film. On the other hand, overall sales were 13% lower than the original film opened with. Additionally, the franchise box set earned fifth place with 48,000 units / $1.37 million.
Note: This list contains actors who appeared in at least two movies in the franchise.
|Anna Kendrick||3||Beca Mitchell||$588,402,745||$4,388,897,161||13.4%|
|Rebel Wilson||3||Fat Amy||$588,402,745||$2,046,912,913||28.7%|
|Brittany Snow||3||Chloe Beale||$588,402,745||$1,115,527,557||52.7%|
|Alexis Knapp||3||Stacie Conrad||$588,402,745||$693,514,489||84.8%|
|Hana Mae Lee||3||Lilly||$588,402,745||$590,771,682||99.6%|
|Ester Dean||3||Cynthia Rose||$588,402,745||$1,468,167,882||40.1%|
|John Michael Higgins||3||John||$588,402,745||$2,868,941,846||20.5%|
|Hailee Steinfeld||2||Emily Junk||$472,358,398||$990,540,943||47.7%|
|Ben Platt||2||Benji Applebaum||$403,685,963||$470,715,454||85.8%|
|Chrissie Fit||2||Florencia “Flo” Fuentes||$472,358,398||$475,298,809||99.4%|
Note: This list contains people who contributed to at least two movies in the franchise.
|Mickey Rapkin||3||Based on the Book by (3)||$588,402,745||$588,402,745||100.0%|
Story by (1)
|Paul Brooks||3||Producer (3)||$588,402,745||$1,175,322,856||50.1%|
|Max Handelman||3||Producer (3)||$588,402,745||$588,402,745||100.0%|
Executive Producer (2)
|Scott Niemeyer||3||Executive Producer (3)||$588,402,745||$800,015,981||73.5%|
|Salvador Perez||2||Costume Designer (2)||$403,685,963||$812,013,710||49.7%|
|Toby Corbett||2||Production Designer (2)||$472,358,398||$526,140,756||89.8%|
|Craig Alpert||2||Editor (2)||$472,358,398||$1,811,960,310||26.1%|
|Jeff Levine||2||Co-Producer (2)||$403,685,963||$1,085,986,710||37.2%|
|Aakomon 'AJ' Jones||2||Choreography (2)||$403,685,963||$562,659,570||71.7%|
|Julianne Jordan||2||Executive Music Producer (2)||$403,685,963||$3,984,356,297||10.1%|
|Julia Michels||2||Executive Music Producer (2)||$403,685,963||$2,764,276,431||14.6%|
|Sarah Webster||2||Music Supervisor (2)||$403,685,963||$438,522,043||92.1%|
|Kerry Barden||2||Casting Director (2)||$403,685,963||$3,734,614,625||10.8%|
|Paul Schnee||2||Casting Director (2)||$403,685,963||$1,884,681,707||21.4%|
|Jonathan Shore||2||Associate Producer (2)||$403,685,963||$628,239,856||64.3%|