|As an Actor||Supporting||4||$1,374,118,202||$1,711,013,572||$3,085,131,774|
|In Technical Roles||Screenwriter||9||$2,053,562,176||$2,519,610,494||$4,573,172,670|
|Best known as a Screenwriter based on credits in that role in 9 films, with $4,573,172,670 worldwide aggregate box office (rank #11)|
|Best-Known Technical Roles: Finding Dory (Director), Finding Dory (Screenwriter), Finding Dory (Story Creator), Inside Out (Executive Producer), Toy Story 3 (Story Creator)|
|Best-Known Acting Roles: Crush (Finding Dory), Crush (Finding Nemo), Additional Voices (The Incredibles), Fred (Cars), Emperor Zurg (Toy Story 2)|
|Most productive collaborators: John Lasseter, Bob Peterson, Pete Docter, Albert Brooks, Ellen DeGeneres|
|Born: December 3rd, 1965 (51 years old)|
April 20th, 2017
This month we’re introducing a new Bankability Index that estimates how much someone is worth to a film based on analysis of the Hollywood Creative Graph™, a network of over 130,000 people with over 6 million connections that represent all the films they have worked on together. By using an analytical technique called graph analysis, the Bankability Index measures the influence of each person in the Hollywood Creative Graph, which we translate into an estimate of the average value added per movie by everyone. Here on The Numbers, we will now publish each month the top 50 people on a per-movie basis, and subscriptions are available for our full report, which contains information on the top 250 people in the business.
November 7th, 2016
As we recently reported, Finding Dory reached $1 billion this year, becoming the third film released in 2016 to reach that milestone. Is it as good as its box office numbers would indicate? Well, it is from Pixar, so the chances of that are excellent.
June 1st, 2016
May was great, as long as you don't compare it to last May. Captain America: Civil War was a monster hit and is closing in on $400 million, while both X-Men: Apocalypse and The Angry Birds Movie will earn over $100 million. Looking ahead, every week in June, there is one movie that should top $100 million; however, only Finding Dory is expected to make more than $200 million. In fact, that film is expected to make close to $400 million domestically and over $1 billion worldwide. Last June, there were two monster hits, Inside Out and Jurassic World, plus one $100 million hit, Spy. I don't see how 2016 will top that. Even if every film with a shot at $100 million gets to that milestone, 2016 still might not top last year's pace. Fortunately, 2016 does have a large lead and that could be enough to keep 2016 ahead of 2015's pace in the year-over-year competition. It could be really close at the end of the month, on the other hand.
December 3rd, 2012
Finding Nemo came out nearly a decade ago and earned nearly perfect reviews. This fall, it became the latest Pixar film to earn a 3D re-release. Is it as good as most critics said it was? And does the 3D add anything to the film?
|11/5/2004||The Incredibles||Additional Voices||$261,441,092||$353,285,660||$614,726,752|
|11/19/1999||Toy Story 2||Emperor Zurg||$245,852,179||$265,506,097||$511,358,276|
|6/21/2019||Toy Story 4||Screenwriter||$0||$0||$0|
|11/25/2015||The Good Dinosaur||Executive Producer||$123,087,120||$211,255,572||$334,342,692|
|6/19/2015||Inside Out||Executive Producer||$356,461,711||$497,245,870||$853,707,581|
|6/21/2013||Monsters University||Executive Producer||$268,488,329||$475,100,000||$743,588,329|
|6/18/2010||Toy Story 3||Story Creator||$415,004,880||$654,813,349||$1,069,818,229|
|5/30/2003||Finding Nemo||Original Story by,|
|11/2/2001||Monsters, Inc.||Executive Producer,|
|11/19/1999||Toy Story 2||Screenwriter,|
|11/20/1998||A Bug's Life||Screenwriter,|