|As an Actor||Leading||37||$1,089,607,043||$584,889,467||$1,674,496,510|
|Lead Ensemble Member||4||$296,444,703||$279,417,898||$575,862,601|
|In Technical Roles||Director||2||$0||$0||$0|
|Best known as a Leading Actor based on credits in that role in 37 films, with $1,674,496,510 worldwide aggregate box office (rank #121)|
|Best-Known Acting Roles: Willie Bank (Ocean's Thirteen), Himself (Jack and Jill), Will Dormer (Insomnia), Tony D'Amato (Any Given Sunday), Big Boy Caprice (Dick Tracy)|
|Most productive collaborators: Robert De Niro, Christopher Nolan, Michael Mann, Oliver Stone, Hillary Seitz|
December 10th, 2015
The Golden Globes nominations were announced this morning and we are already beginning to see a trend for this year's Awards Season. For the most part, the same films are coming up over and over again. Carol led the way with five awards, while there was a three-way tie for second place with The Big Short, The Revenant and Steve Jobs each picking up four.
June 19th, 2015
While there are a huge number of limited releases on this week's chart, almost none of them have a real shot at mainstream success. There are two films that at least have a legitimate chance at expanding significantly: Infinitely Polar Bear and The Overnight. There are also a number of documentaries and foreign-language films that could do well in limited release, but they won't expand enough to earn significant amounts.
March 20th, 2015
It is a busy week with a number of limited releases earning outstanding reviews. This includes a couple of foreign-language films (Amour fou and La Sapienza), as well as a couple of horror films (Backcountry and Spring). However, of the films on this week's list, Kumiko, The Treasure Hunter is the one with the best chance of earning some measure of mainstream success.
January 23rd, 2015
It is not a great week for limited releases, as there are many films opening with mixed reviews and opening on Video on Demand as well as in theaters. That doesn't mean there aren't some films that could be hits. Mommy's reviews suggest it could land near the top of the per theater chart. Meanwhile, Red Army is still rocking 100% positive reviews, but it is a documentary.
May 20th, 2013
Stand Up Guys has a very impressive cast with three Oscar winners in the three lead roles. It also opened with an Oscar-qualifying run; however, outside of a Golden Globe nomination for best original song, it was passed over by Awards Season voters. When it opened in limited release, it debuted in several hundred theaters, but barely topped the Mendoza Line on the per theater chart, while it disappeared as quickly as that opening would suggest. Will it find success on the home market? Or will it struggle there like it did in limited release and during Awards Season?
December 14th, 2012
It is another busy week for limited releases, including some that are earning overwhelmingly positive reviews. Unfortunately, like it usually is at this time of year, unless a limited release is earning Oscar buzz, it is very unlikely to find an audience in limited release. Any Day Now is the film I have the highest hopes for, but even for a film with 88% positive reviews, it will be a challenge.
December 10th, 2012
Dick Tracy came out in 1990 and the buzz surrouding the film was huge. However, well it earned good reviews and topped $100 million domestically, it was still seen as a disappointment by some. (It was released a year after Batman and some thought it would live up to that film.) This week it makes its Blu-ray debut, and while there were many complaints leveled at the film from flat characters to an unengaging story, nearly everyone agreed it was visually stunning. So does it work better more than 20 years after its release without the unfair comparison? And does it thrive on Blu-ray?
|3/20/2015||Danny Collins||Danny Collins||$5,637,066||$1,864,066||$7,501,132|
|1/23/2015||The Humbling||Simon Axler||$0||$0||$0|
|12/14/2012||Stand Up Guys||Val||$3,310,031||$2,808,766||$6,118,797|
|12/31/2011||Dali & I: The Surreal Story||Salvador Dali||$0||$0||$0|
|11/11/2011||Jack and Jill||Himself||$74,158,157||$76,361,060||$150,519,217|
|11/4/2011||The Son of No One||Detective Charles Stanford||$30,680||$1,117,898||$1,148,578|
|4/18/2008||88 Minutes||Jack Gramm||$16,930,884||$16,024,515||$32,955,399|
|6/8/2007||Ocean's Thirteen||Willie Bank||$117,144,465||$194,600,000||$311,744,465|
|10/7/2005||2 For the Money||Walter Abrams||$22,991,379||$7,500,000||$30,491,379|
|12/29/2004||The Merchant of Venice||Shylock||$3,765,585||$15,000,000||$18,765,585|
|4/25/2003||People I Know||Eli Wurman||$121,972||$5,572,241||$5,694,213|
|1/31/2003||The Recruit||Agent Burke||$52,784,696||$48,389,744||$101,174,440|
|12/22/1999||Any Given Sunday||Tony D'Amato||$75,530,832||$24,700,000||$100,230,832|
|11/5/1999||The Insider||Lowell Bergman||$28,965,197||$31,300,000||$60,265,197|
|10/17/1997||Devil's Advocate||John Milton||$61,007,424||$92,000,000||$153,007,424|
|10/11/1996||Looking for Richard||Richard III||$1,266,417||$0||$1,266,417|
|2/16/1996||City Hall||Mayor John Pappas||$20,278,055||$0||$20,278,055|
|11/22/1995||Two Bits||Gitano Sabatoni||$5,000||$0||$5,000|
|11/10/1993||Carlito's Way||Carlito Brigante||$36,516,012||$0||$36,516,012|
|12/23/1992||Scent of a Woman||Lt. Col. Frank Slade||$63,895,607||$0||$63,895,607|
|9/30/1992||Glengarry Glen Ross||Ricky Roma||$10,725,228||$0||$10,725,228|
|10/11/1991||Frankie and Johnny||Johnny||$22,773,535||$0||$22,773,535|
|5/10/1991||Madonna: Truth or Dare||Himself||$15,012,935||$14,000,000||$29,012,935|
|12/25/1990||The Godfather: Part III||Michael Corleone||$66,520,529||$0||$66,520,529|
|6/15/1990||Dick Tracy||Big Boy Caprice||$103,738,726||$59,000,000||$162,738,726|
|9/15/1989||Sea of Love||Frank Keller||$58,571,513||$0||$58,571,513|
|6/18/1982||Author! Author!||Ivan Travalian||$13,111,101||$0||$13,111,101|
|10/19/1979||...And Justice For All||Arthur Kirkland||$33,300,000||$0||$33,300,000|
|1/1/1977||Bobby Deerfield||Bobby Deerfield||$9,300,000||$0||$9,300,000|
|8/29/1975||Dog Day Afternoon||Sonny||$46,665,856||$0||$46,665,856|
|12/11/1974||The Godfather: Part II||Michael||$57,300,000||$0||$57,300,000|
|3/15/1972||The Godfather||Michael Corleone||$134,966,411||$133,533,589||$268,500,000|