|As an Actor||Supporting||6||$310,180,529||$230,322,331||$540,502,860|
|Best known as a Supporting Actor based on credits in that role in 6 films, with $540,502,860 worldwide aggregate box office (rank #4,855)|
|Best-Known Acting Roles: Martz (The Book of Eli), Lewis (A Million Ways to Die in The West), Fowler (Jarhead), Neddy Herbert (Gangster Squad), 2nd Punk (Bicentennial Man)|
|Most productive collaborators: Denzel Washington, Seth MacFarlane, Albert Hughes, Gary Oldman, Allen Hughes|
October 4th, 2014
Seth MacFarlane wrote and directed Ted, a movie about a talking Teddy bear that earned more than half a billion dollars worldwide. For his next film, he was given free rein. He decided to make A Million Ways to Die in The West, which made less than $100 million worldwide. Did this film struggle at the box office because it is a bad movie? Or is it just too much of a Seth MacFarlane movie? Is it only for his hardcore fans?
January 19th, 2014
Best Man Down opened in the heart of Awards Season, but it wasn't aiming for Oscars. It's simply an Indie Dramedy that got lost in the crowd, in part due to its release date, but also in part due to its reviews. Does it deserve to find an audience in limited release? Or would this film have faded away no matter when it debuted?
|5/30/2014||A Million Ways to Die in The West||Lewis||$42,720,965||$44,040,030||$86,760,995|
|1/11/2013||Gangster Squad||Neddy Herbert||$46,000,903||$58,100,000||$104,100,903|
|1/10/2012||Answer This||Izzy 'Ice' Dasselway||$0||$0||$0|
|1/15/2010||The Book of Eli||Martz||$94,835,059||$63,915,758||$158,750,817|
|5/4/2007||Lucky You||Jason Keyes (World Series of Poker)||$5,755,286||$766,543||$6,521,829|
|12/17/1999||Bicentennial Man||2nd Punk||$58,220,776||$29,200,000||$87,420,776|