Hop (movie)

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Hop
Directed by Tim Hill
Produced by Chris Meledandri
Michelle Imperato
Screenplay by Ken Daurio
Brian Lynch
Cinco Paul
Story by Cinco Paul
Ken Daurio
Starring James Marsden
Russell Brand
Kaley Cuoco
Hank Azaria
Gary Cole
Elizabeth Perkins
Hugh Laurie
Music by Christopher Lennertz
Cinematography Peter Lyons Collister
Editing by Peter S. Elliot
Gregory Perler
Studio Relativity Media
Illumination Entertainment
Distributed by Universal Pictures
Release date(s) April 1, 2011
Running time 95 minutes
Country United States
Language English
Budget $63 million
Money made $38,118,000

Hop is a 2011 Easter-themed comedy movie that was produced by Chris Meledandri and was directed by Tim Hill. Hop was released on April 1, 2011 in North America. The movie received negative reviews with a 23% rating on Rotten Tomatoes and a 41 out of 100 from Metacritic. Even though the movie got bad reviews, it opened at #1 at the Friday box office in the US, earning $11.4 million and also topped the weekend box office with $38.1 million, which made it the highest opening weekend so far in 2011.

Release Dates[change | change source]

Country Premiere
 Netherlands 30 March 2011
 Germany 31 March 2011
 Denmark 31 March 2011
 Malaysia 31 March 2011
 Singapore 31 March 2011
 Canada 1 April 2011
 Estonia 1 April 2011
 United Kingdom 1 April 2011
Republic of Ireland Ireland 1 April 2011
 Italy 1 April 2011
 Lithuania 1 April 2011
 Norway 1 April 2011
 Philippines 1 April 2011
 Poland 1 April 2011
 Sweden 1 April 2011
 United States 1 April 2011
 Australia 7 April 2011
 Israel 7 April 2011
 Portugal 7 April 2011
 Greece 14 April 2011
 Hungary 14 April 2011
 Kuwait 14 April 2011
 Colombia 15 April 2011
 Spain 15 April 2011
Mexico Mexico 15 April 2011
 Panama 15 April 2011
 Venezuela 15 April 2011
 Argentina 21 April 2011
 Brazil 21 April 2011
 Peru 21 April 2011
 Ukraine 21 April 2011
 Finland 22 April 2011
 Georgia 12 May 2011
 Turkey 13 May 2011
 Belarus 9 June 2011
 Kazakhstan 9 June 2011
 Russia 9 June 2011
 France 6 July 2011
 South Korea 20 July 2011
 Japan 19 August 2011

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