|As an Actor||Supporting||7||$785,307,607||$1,206,720,122||$1,992,027,729|
|Best known as a Supporting Actor based on credits in that role in 7 films, with $1,992,027,729 worldwide aggregate box office (rank #549)|
|Best-Known Acting Roles: Gray (Jurassic World), Dalton (Insidious Chapter 2), Dalton Lambert (Insidious), Luke (The Next Three Days), Michael Wheeler (Revolutionary Road)|
|Most productive collaborators: Colin Trevorrow, Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard, Vincent D'Onofrio, Derek Connolly|
October 29th, 2015
(As we mentioned previously, we've run out of images for Jurassic World, so we're reduced to using less than official images. I know I promised Corgis dress as dinosaurs, but I couldn't find any really good pictures. I did find a picture of Guinea Pigs dressed as dinosaurs, which might be even cuter. So thanks to Reddit user guineapigsarethebest for letting us use your picture.)
Jurassic World became the biggest hit of the year and one of the biggest hits in the history of the box office. On the other hand, its reviews were not that good with the term "dumb" used repeatedly, even in the positive reviews. Is it dumb fun? Is it just plain dumb?
September 23rd, 2013
Iron Man 3 was the first Marvel Comics movie since The Avengers broke records. Expectations for this film rose dramatically as a result of that film's box office success, not to mention its critical acclaim. Can Iron Man 3 live up to these expectations? Or has The Avengers set the bar too high?
September 1st, 2013
August ended, and we should be very grateful for that. Lee Daniels' The Butler was a surprise hit, while We're the Millers did better than expected. However, most other films that were expected to be solid hits failed to live up to expectations. Fortunately, August of 2012 was even worse, so 2013 regained the lead on the year-to-year comparison during the month. Looking forward, there is exactly one film that will likely become more than a midlevel hit in September: Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2. That film has a chance to reach $100 million in total. Most of the rest of the new releases will be lucky if they get halfway there. Fortunately, September of 2012 was even worse. Hotel Transylvania was a surprise hit, earning nearly $150 million, and there were a few others that topped $50 million, but there were also several outright bombs. If we can avoid those types of bombs, then 2013 should continue its winning streak.
|9/13/2013||Insidious Chapter 2||Dalton||$83,586,447||$78,335,068||$161,921,515|
|11/19/2010||The Next Three Days||Luke||$21,148,651||$46,107,265||$67,255,916|
|12/26/2008||Revolutionary Road||Michael Wheeler||$22,911,480||$56,653,480||$79,564,960|
|10/6/2006||Little Children||Aaron Adamson||$5,463,019||$8,658,158||$14,121,177|