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Oliver Stone

Best known as a Director based on credits in that role in 19 films, with $1,306,307,864 worldwide aggregate box office (rank #99)
Best-Known Technical Roles: World Trade Center (Director), Wall Street 2: Money Never Sleeps (Director), Savages (Director), Savages (Screenwriter), Wall Street 2: Money Never Sleeps (Character Creator)
Best-Known Acting Roles: Young Holmes (Patriot Games), Himself (Dave), News Reporter (Born on the Fourth of July), Tug Kowalski: TV Announcer #1 (Any Given Sunday), Trader - Office (Wall Street)
Most productive collaborators: Taylor Kitsch, Nicolas Cage, Moritz Borman, Blake Lively, Shane Salerno

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Box Office
Box Office
Box Office
As an ActorCameo5$219,066,535$24,700,000$243,766,535
In Technical RolesDirector19$765,612,122$540,695,742$1,306,307,864
Executive Producer3$126,058,815$24,700,000$150,758,815
Character Creator1$52,474,616$84,957,003$137,431,619

Weekend Estimates: Sully Beats Trio of New Releases

September 18th, 2016


As expected, this weekend’s three new wide releases couldn’t budge Sully from the top of the chart with the Tom Hanks/Clint Eastwood drama down a very respectable 37% in its second weekend to $22 million, for a total of $70.5 million to date. Two films, Blair Witch and Bridget Jones’s Baby both had aspirations to challenge Sully for the title, but had to settle for second and third place. More...

Weekend Predictions: Baby vs. Witch

September 15th, 2016

Bridget Jones’s Baby

There are three wide releases this week, plus another that could sneak into the top ten. Two of the three new releases, Blair Witch and Bridget Jones’s Baby, are expected to do well. On the other hand, Snowden is only going to reach the top five due to the lack of competition. Meanwhile, Hillsong: Let Hope Rise is a faith-based concert film. It could reach the top five, or it could miss the Mendoza Line. There’s no way to predict its box office potential. Despite the number of new releases, Sully is expected to remain in top spot thanks to its reviews and target demographic. This weekend last year, Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials led the way with just over $30 million. It is likely no film will make that this year, while the depth is a mixed bag, so it looks like 2016 will lose in the year-over-year comparison. More...

2016 Preview: September

September 1st, 2016

The Magnificent Seven

August continued to pad 2016’s lead over 2015 in the year-over-year comparison. It managed this feat almost entirely due to Suicide Squad, which is on pace to hit $300 million. The next best film was Sausage Party, which might make $100 million, if it gets a push over the top. September won’t be as strong as that. This is no surprise, as the month is one of the biggest dumping grounds on the calendar. That said, studios have been working to make the end of the month a lot more productive and there are a few potential hits. The biggest of these is The Magnificent Seven, which is expected to crack $100 million, maybe even $150 million. Meanwhile, Sully and Storks both have a limited chance at $100 million. Last September, the biggest release of the month was Hotel Transylvania 2 with pulled in $169.70 million. I don’t think The Magnificent Seven will match that, so we might need a surprise $100 million hit for 2016 to come out on top. More...

Featured Blu-ray Review: Filmmakers Signature Series

October 10th, 2012

A few weeks ago, there a number of films were released on Blu-ray as part of the Filmmakers Signature Series, including Hoffa on Blu-ray. I received The French Connection, Wall Street, and The War of the Roses, the first of which I previously reviewed. Are any of the three worth picking up? More...

Box Office
Box Office
Box Office
12/22/1999 Any Given Sunday Tug Kowalski: TV Announcer #1  $75,530,832 $24,700,000 $100,230,832
12/20/1995 Nixon Closing Narration  $13,668,249 $21,000,000 $34,668,249
5/7/1993 Dave Himself  $63,270,710 $0 $63,270,710
6/5/1992 Patriot Games Young Holmes  $83,287,363 $94,812,637 $178,100,000
3/1/1991 The Doors Professor at UCLA Film School  $34,416,893 $0 $34,416,893
12/20/1989 Born on the Fourth of July News Reporter  $70,001,698 $0 $70,001,698
12/11/1987 Wall Street Trader - Office  $43,848,100 $0 $43,848,100
4/24/1981 The Hand Bum  $2,000,000 $0 $2,000,000
Movies: 8Totals:$386,023,845$140,512,637$526,536,482
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Box Office
Box Office
9/16/2016 Snowden Director,
$21,587,519 $12,714,431 $34,301,950
9/9/2014 Seizure Director $0 $0 $0
7/6/2012 Savages Director,
$47,323,100 $33,271,760 $80,594,860
9/24/2010 Wall Street 2: Money Never Sleeps Director,
Character Creator 
$52,474,616 $84,957,003 $137,431,619
10/17/2008 W. Director $25,534,493 $3,041,285 $28,575,778
8/9/2006 World Trade Center Director $70,278,893 $93,016,761 $163,295,654
11/24/2004 Alexander Screenwriter,
$34,297,191 $133,000,000 $167,297,191
12/22/1999 Any Given Sunday Screenwriter,
Executive Producer,
$75,530,832 $24,700,000 $100,230,832
10/3/1997 U-Turn Director $6,690,074 $0 $6,690,074
12/20/1995 Nixon Director $13,668,249 $21,000,000 $34,668,249
8/26/1994 Natural Born Killers Screenwriter,
Executive Producer,
$50,282,766 $0 $50,282,766
1/1/1994 The New Age Executive Producer $245,217 $0 $245,217
12/25/1993 Heaven & Earth Director $5,840,300 $0 $5,840,300
9/18/1992 South Central Producer $1,373,196 $0 $1,373,196
12/20/1991 JFK Producer,
$70,405,498 $134,994,502 $205,400,000
3/1/1991 The Doors Director $34,416,893 $0 $34,416,893
12/20/1989 Born on the Fourth of July Screenwriter,
$70,001,698 $0 $70,001,698
12/1/1988 Talk Radio Director $3,468,572 $0 $3,468,572
12/11/1987 Wall Street Director $43,848,100 $0 $43,848,100
12/19/1986 Platoon Screenwriter,
$137,963,328 $0 $137,963,328
4/24/1981 The Hand Director $2,000,000 $0 $2,000,000
Movies: 21Totals:$767,230,535$540,695,742$1,307,926,277