March 29th, 2010 / 15 Comments


It’s that time of the week when we look at how Remember Me is doing at the box office.  I’m happy to say that it’s definitely exceeded production costs.  According to BoxOfficeMojo the estimate for box office totals to 28 March in the US alone is USD17,001,000.  I’m not sure about it’s foreign box office takings which is quoted as USD1,573,710 considering that I said last week that it apparently made USD1.8m in Russia.  According to Urban Cinefile, Remember Me has grossed AUD1,259,492 which at today’s exchange rate is USD1,138,240 so I doubt that it’s only made USD400,000 elsewhere in the world.   Actually I’ve just checked IMDbPro and it’s stating that non-US box office has grossed USD9.9 million – so that’s a total of  USD26,901,142.  Okay they have to be happy with that and it hasn’t opened yet in Spain (31 March),  The Netherlands (1 April), Finland, Lithuania and the UK (2 April), France (7 April), Argentina (8 April), Norway (9 April), Slovenia (15 April), Chile (22 April)  and Turkey (30 April). 

Ok so that’s actually pretty good for a small indie style film right.  I think Rob pretty much confirmed in the press conference interview that they never thought this was going to be a blockbuster film and he’s right – once people go to a screening and see how great this movie is – they are drawn in.  I know some of the smaller cinemas in Oz are holding last screenings this Wednesday, so if you haven’t had a chance to see it or take someone you know wil love it –  you better hurry up, since  I suspect it won’t be playing for too much longer.  Oh bring on the DVD – those sales will definitely go through the roof.

  • Anna
    Posted on March 29, 2010

    oh i think its doing really well…certainly @maria- bring on the DVD!!those sales are going through the roof… :)caint wait.i ve seen it 5 times. 😳

  • vertigo
    Posted on March 29, 2010

    I agree Maria, those figures are pretty damn good for a little indie film. Thanks for the update. 🙂

    Oh yes please, all versions of the dvd are welcome – the sooner the better!

  • Sonja Hodzic
    Posted on March 29, 2010

    Here in the Croatia”Remember me ” came on the 25. March and i watched it this Saturday. The movie is beautiful life story.Robert is excellent but the other actors are also really very, very good. This movie I’ll always remember.

  • Maria
    Posted on March 29, 2010

    Ooh thanks for sharing @Sonja. It really is a beautiful film and actually deserves more recognition than it seems to be getting, but oh well – as long as Rob keeps doing movies like this – I’m happy.

  • Michelle
    Posted on March 29, 2010

    Absolutely, those figures are damn good for an indie film. What Rob said in the PC vid is so so true. If you have not yet seen this brilliant film make sure you go along & see it. As I have said many times before, cannot put into words how much I love it.

    The DVD 😀 Just absolutely CANNOT wait for it to be released. All versions of the DVD will have to be purchased – just essential. Thanks for the update Maria.

  • Carmel
    Posted on March 29, 2010

    RM is a film to be very proud of.
    We know the DVD sales will be greater than most little indie movies.
    Most of us will need a back up copy for went #1 wears out.

  • Carmel
    Posted on March 29, 2010

    Sorry .. for when #1 wears out

  • lise-lou
    Posted on March 30, 2010

    I think those figures are amazing and they should all be so proud! Watch them keep going up when we can get our hands on the DVD!

  • Debora
    Posted on March 30, 2010


    you’re right Maria, definitively boxofficemojo figures do not take into account foreign sales – here in Italy RM opened on Friday 26th and already grossed nearly 800,000 euros ( more or less 1,100,000 US dollars ) during the weekend, hitting #5 of the weekend charts in spite of the fact that it was released at the same time of very popular and awaited for Italian comedies ( such as Happy Family and Mine Vaganti). A very good result indeed!
    These are the Italian weekend figures:

  • Lids
    Posted on March 30, 2010

    bring on the DVD 🙂

  • Maria
    Posted on March 30, 2010

    @Lids I can happily confirm this morning that DVD is definitely being released in June. I had it confirmed by an extremely reliable source

  • Michelle
    Posted on March 30, 2010

    DVD released in June wooooo hoooo. Just absolutely cannot wait. Thanks for making my morning Maria – awesome RM DVD news & the gorgeous Bel Ami pics. Best start to the day ever 😀

  • lise-lou
    Posted on March 30, 2010

    Woohoo June’s not far away! Thanks Maria 🙂

  • vertigo
    Posted on March 30, 2010

    OMG JUNE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Carmel
    Posted on March 31, 2010

    For my birthday!!!

    June, June, June… hurry up!

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