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Film Information
Where the Wild Things Are (EN) [Original title]

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Directors :
Spike Jonze [IMDb Info]

Producing or Co-producing country : US
Production year : 2009
Admissions
Market Distributor Release date 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2020 2013-2020 Total since 2009
AT Warner Bros. International 18/12/2009 10 036 9 862                     19 898
CH Warner Bros. (CH) 16/12/2009 8 195 5 383   62 25   17   23 12   77 13 717
DE Warner Bros. (DE) 17/12/2009 79 454 82 019 11 508 6 163                 179 144
DK       8 390                     8 390
ES Warner Bros. Entertainment Espana 18/12/2009 109 762 59 149 34         256       256 169 201
FI Sandrew Metronome Distribution 08/02/2010   8 942 85                   9 027
FR Warner Bros. (FR) 16/12/2009 168 212 99 708                 5 514 5 514 273 434
GB Warner Bros. (GB) 11/12/2009 486 574 56 924       80     48     128 543 626
GR Village     6 246                     6 246
IT Warner Bros. (IT) 30/10/2009 102 266 1 348 44                   103 658
NL Warner Bros. (NL) 14/01/2010   44 407 100   26             26 44 533
NO Sandrew Metronome (NO) 22/01/2010   31 614 27                   31 641
PT Columbia TriStar Warner (PT) 07/01/2010   15 415   204                 15 619
SE Sandrew / Warner 29/01/2010   34 660                     34 660
US Warner Bros. (US) 16/10/2009 10 208 865 118 059                     10 326 924
Graph: Breakdown of admissions and penetration rate in the national markets of European Union

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The data base LUMIERE provides a systematic compilation of available data on admissions of the films released in European cinemas since 1996. The data base is the result of the collaboration between the European Audiovisual Observatory and the various specialised national sources as well as the MEDIA Programme of the European Union.