|As an Actor||Leading||9||$104,613,336||$74,216,320||$178,829,656|
|Best known as a Leading Actor based on credits in that role in 9 films, with $178,829,656 worldwide aggregate box office (rank #690)|
|Best-Known Acting Roles: Jeremy (The Vow), James Hoyt (The Strangers), Michael (Underworld: Evolution), Michael (Underworld), Agent Kyle Steele (XXX: State of the Union)|
|Most productive collaborators: Liv Tyler, Rachel McAdams, Michael Sucsy, Channing Tatum, Abby Kohn|
March 6th, 2015
This week, the limited release report is practically the Video on Demand report, as nearly all limited releases are also playing on Video on Demand. The rest are all documentaries, which rarely earn any measure of mainstream success. Worse still, most of the non-documentaries are earning bad reviews, so their box office chances are even worse. Faults is probably the film with the best chance at finding an audience in theaters, but that's not saying much. These Final Hours is also earning great reviews, but it doesn't have the star power that Faults has. Of the documentaries, both An Honest Liar and Merchants of Doubt are worth checking out.
March 2nd, 2015
The Captive was co-written and directed by Atom Egoyan, who has made some amazing films over the years. It stars Ryan Reynolds, who showed he can really act with his performance in Buried. However, the film struggled in its opening weekend and failed to find an audience in theaters. Is it a worthy addition to the two men's filmography? Or is there a good reason audience stayed away?
April 20th, 2014
Barefoot is an English-language remake of Barfuss a German film. The film earned mixed reviews (both reviews on Rotten Tomatoes are positive, but the critics are not overly enthusiastic with their praise calling it a lightweight and predictable movie). Despite this, it was a hit in its native market earning just over $12 million on a $6.5 million production budget. Barefoot wasn't able to live up to its predecessor at the box office, but is it worth checking out on the home market?
February 21st, 2014
It's a busy week on the limited release front, not only in terms of the number of films, but also in terms of the theater counts for some of them. There are several movies opening in more than a dozen theaters. This includes The Wind Rises, which is the highest profile film of the week and its reviews are living up to its buzz. However, Elaine Stritch: Shoot Me and Child's Pose are earning even better reviews and could find an audience in limited release.
|2/27/2015||Out of the Dark||Paul||$0||$24,487||$24,487|
|4/27/2012||Citizen Gangster||Edwin Boyd||$625||$0||$625|
|4/20/2012||The Moth Diaries||Mr. Davies||$3,838||$178,150||$181,988|
|11/27/2009||The Cry of the Owl||$0||$0||$0|
|5/30/2008||The Strangers||James Hoyt||$52,597,610||$30,454,066||$83,051,676|
|4/29/2005||XXX: State of the Union||Agent Kyle Steele||$26,082,914||$44,200,000||$70,282,914|
|5/14/2004||The 24th Day||Tom||$14,107||$0||$14,107|
|9/26/2003||My Life Without Me||Don||$432,360||$11,834,915||$12,267,275|
|2/21/2003||Dark Blue||Bobby Tedrow||$9,237,470||$3,024,595||$12,262,065|