|As an Actor||Supporting||8||$538,004,915||$816,409,912||$1,354,414,827|
|Lead Ensemble Member||5||$207,034,047||$366,024,360||$573,058,407|
|Best known as a Supporting Actor based on credits in that role in 8 films, with $1,354,414,827 worldwide aggregate box office (rank #1,218)|
|Best-Known Acting Roles: Richard (Thor: The Dark World), Nathan (Bridesmaids), Grub (Epic), Frank (Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children), Ronnie (This is 40)|
|Most productive collaborators: Eva Green, Tim Burton, Asa Butterfield, Jane Goldman, Ransom Riggs|
February 17th, 2014
Thor came out in 2011 and cost $150 million to make. However, it barely made a profit. In fact, had it been a stand-alone movie, it would have very likely lost money. Had it not been for The Avengers boosting the home market numbers, it might have lost money. On the other hand, Thor: The Dark World cost $170 million to make and pulled in 40% more at the worldwide box office. Is it also 40% better? Or did it benefit from the big picture The Avengers movie universe has pulled together?
October 28th, 2013
Like last week, the home market is rather slow this week. There are more than 200 new releases, which is a step up from last week when there were only 161, at least according to Amazon.com. But even so, this week is arguably worse, if you only look at the top releases. The number one release is Monsters University, but number two is R.I.P.D., which bombed both in theaters and with critics. There are not even a few limited releases to help fill out the list, like we had last week. In fact, I'm pretty sure the Christmas Releases outnumber the non-Christmas releases by a sizable margin. Fortunately, there are two contenders for Pick of the Week, including Monsters University on Blu-ray Collector's Edition or 3D Combo Pack and Degrassi: Season 12. The former is the Pick of the Week, while the latter takes home the rarely awarded Puck of the Week.
September 1st, 2013
Epic was the first big digitally animated film of the summer, but it wasn't able to become a monster hit. In fact, it will need a bit of help on the home market to break even. Will it get that help? Or is it just a middling family film destined to be forgotten?
March 22nd, 2013
Do sapphires shine? Regardless of the accuracy of the headline, The Sapphires is leading the limited releases in terms of box office potential. Nearly perfect reviews and good buzz is certainly helping out. However, Gimme the Loot has actually perfect reviews and it might also find a receptive audience in limited release. Starbuck's reviews are not as good, but the Canadian film has already been remade in Hollywood, so clearly someone thinks the story has potential with mainstream audiences.
|9/30/2016||Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar …||Frank||$86,213,419||$173,615,810||$259,829,229|
|3/18/2016||The Program||David Walsh||$0||$1,579,261||$1,579,261|
|10/10/2014||St. Vincent||Father Geraghty||$44,137,712||$10,699,522||$54,837,234|
|11/8/2013||Thor: The Dark World||Richard||$206,362,140||$438,240,376||$644,602,516|
|3/22/2013||The Sapphires||Dave Lovelace||$2,450,867||$16,738,377||$19,189,244|
|12/21/2012||This is 40||Ronnie||$67,544,505||$22,676,677||$90,221,182|
|10/12/2012||3, 2, 1... Frankie Go Boom||Bruce||$0||$0||$0|
|3/9/2012||Friends with Kids||Alex||$7,251,073||$7,106,679||$14,357,752|
|11/13/2009||The Boat That Rocked||Simon||$8,017,467||$29,455,184||$37,472,651|