Monday, August 16, 2010

Box Office Update - Final Totals

Box Office Mojo is no longer tracking the daily receipts for Remember Me. The last total that we have is $19,068,240.



Total Domestic Box Office:
$19,068,240

Here are the final international box office numbers. Box office numbers are not available for the following countries: Brunei, Dominican Republic, Guatamala, India, Indonesia, Israel, Nicaragua, Paraguay and Vietnam.




Argentina...........$305,441
Australia...........$1,348,428
Austria.............$538,732
Belgium/Luxembourg..$1,503,833
Bolivia.............$13,246
Brazil..............$1,980,250
Bulgaria............$31,929
Chile...............$103,496
Colombia............$166,540
Croatia.............$108,751
Czech Republic......$177,837
Denmark.............$441,619
Ecuador.............$68,947
Egypt...............$109,369
Estonia.............$53,395
Finland.............$304,776



France..............$3,534,862
Germany.............$3,265,022
Greece..............$500,641
Hong Kong...........$318,232
Hungary.............$154,686
Italy...............$3,008,966
Latvia..............$64,300
Lebanon.............$93,981
Lithuania...........$55,368
Malaysia............$71,301



Mexico..............$1,082,812
Netherlands.........$760,329
New Zealand.........$236,347
Norway..............$422,829
Peru................$162,659
Philippines.........$210,317
Poland..............$566,361
Portugal............$451,557
Romania.............$127,621
Russia(CIS).........$3,489,448
Serbia/Montenegro...$20,167
Singapore...........$157,706



Slovakia............$24,090
Slovenia............$65,975
S. Africa...........$234,504
Spain...............$2,516,089
Sweden..............$765,852
Switzerland.........$1,070,000
Taiwan..............$124,326
Thailand............$124,326
Turkey..............$734,832
UAE.................$208,911
UK,Ireland..........$5,454,683
Ukraine.............$241,408
Uruguay.............$23,903
Venezuela...........$339,681

Total International Box Office:
$37,797,192



Remember Me Total Box Office Worldwide:
$57,047,216



Sources:
kinobusiness.ru
Box Office Mojo
Urbancinefile.com
Variety
Sammie1863
tracygee

7 comments:

RobPattzVzlaFans said...

yeahhhhh!!! Thanks Patty for update...

Very happy for Remember Me

i am rbddulker

WhyIstheRumAlwaysGone said...

Thank you Kat for posting this! I had lost track of the numbers ultimately. Wow France did pretty well after all - proud smiling French fan here:)), and the UK just rocks !

Anonymous said...

This is very good for a movie that took such a drubbing from the critics. I was shocked by the vitriol unleashed. I was terribly affected by "Remember Me."
I wonder when the DVD receipts will be available?
DANA

Anonymous said...

I knew it!! Belgium is definitely a Robland. Such a small country and a great box office.
I said it more than once: the reviews here were quite good and the appreciating of the viewers was one of the highest of all movies shown this year in theatres. I hope Rob will remember where his true fans live!!

kat said...

DVD sales to date for the US - $8,264,769. It has fallen out of the top 30, so we are no longer getting weekly updates. International DVD sales - no idea.

And for sure the international box office was fabulous!! And the film did so much better in quite a few countries than other films that did better in the US. Bigger budget films, at that!

twmmy said...

I'm just sad, that in Hungary the bad revisions were succesful. Counted over the hungarian incomes and that means about 36.000 viewers. I urged my collegauges to watch the movie, and they refused it, because it's sad, and theywill see it on dvd. Maybe that will be out here.

jessegirl said...

Thanks so much for all the work of getting those figures, Kat! Well, not quite $60M but still a very respectable figure. Yes, Belgium's figures are impressive for such a small country.
And I know that more people are discovering the DVD. On the old Brevet post a couple of new people commented, people who hadn't seen it at the theatre but watched the DVD. Again, sharing their intimate stories. Man, what a movie!

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