|As an Actor||Supporting||4||$233,485,008||$247,387,706||$480,872,714|
|Best known as a Supporting Actor based on credits in that role in 4 films, with $480,872,714 worldwide aggregate box office (rank #5,821)|
|Best-Known Acting Roles: Ace-Hollywood Chicken Little (Chicken Little), Uncle Art (Meet the Robinsons), Jeff Witner (The New Age), Man-Bat (Super Capers)|
|Most productive collaborators: Mark Dindal, Mark Kennedy, Steve Bencich, Matthew Josten, Daniel Hansen|
December 7th, 2014
This week on the Holiday Gift Guide, we tackle TV on DVD releases. As usual, I will only talk about first season and complete series updates, because you don't need me to tell you if Modern Family: Season Five on DVD would be a good gift or not. Do you know someone who owns and likes the first four seasons but doesn't have season five on DVD yet? Buy it. Or maybe not. Maybe they are waiting for it to come out on Blu-ray. Okay, bad example. But you get were I'm coming from. Unfortunately, this year's collection seems rather weak. There were only three new TV shows from last year that I really liked and there are not as many Full-Season Megasets to compensate. Worst still, some of these Megasets that are coming out are like True Blood or How I Met Your Mother and ended on a really weak note.
October 10th, 2012
Seth MacFarlane recently wrote, directed, starred in, and produced Ted, which was one of the biggest surprise hits of the year. However, it was Family Guy where the writer first became a major success. The show has been around for more than a decade, despite being canceled three times, and was one of TV on DVD's first major hits. This show helped prove TV on DVD was a viable market. Volume Ten hit the home market not too long ago, but has the show started to show its age? Is Seth MacFarlane being stretched too thin? Or is it still going strong?
|10/11/2016||Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders||$0||$57,343||$57,343|
|3/30/2007||Meet the Robinsons||Uncle Art||$97,822,171||$72,730,548||$170,552,719|
|11/4/2005||Chicken Little||Ace-Hollywood Chicken Little||$135,386,665||$174,657,158||$310,043,823|
|1/1/1994||The New Age||Jeff Witner||$245,217||$0||$245,217|