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Tate Taylor

Best known as a Supporting Actor based on credits in that role in 3 films, with $88,923,690 worldwide aggregate box office (rank #25,198)
Best-Known Acting Roles: Lieutenant Percy (I Spy), Attendant (Breakin' All the Rules), Satterfield (Winter's Bone)
Best-Known Technical Roles: The Help (Screenwriter), The Help (Director), The Help (Executive Producer), The Girl on the Train (Director), Get on Up (Director)
Most productive collaborators: Emily Blunt, Emma Stone, Viola Davis, Erin Cressida Wilson, Rebecca Ferguson

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  4. Technical Credits
  MoviesDomestic
Box Office
International
Box Office
Worldwide
Box Office
As an ActorSupporting3$52,325,022$36,598,668$88,923,690
In Technical RolesDirector3$275,229,636$138,802,021$414,031,657
Executive Producer1$169,705,587$43,414,417$213,120,004
Screenwriter1$169,705,587$43,414,417$213,120,004
Producer1$30,569,935$2,745,869$33,315,804

2016 Preview: October

October 1st, 2016

The Girl on the Train

September is over and we should all be glad about that. Unless the final weekend brings a surprise $100 million hit or two, 2016’s lead over 2015 will shrink over the month. There were some bright spots, most notably Sully, which will be the biggest hit of the month. On the other hand, we had more outright bombs than even midlevel hits. Sadly, October isn’t much better. There are a couple of films that could be $100 million hits, but most of the films will struggle to become midlevel hits. Both Inferno and The Girl on the Train are aiming for $100 million. One of them might get there too. If both get there, then October will be seen as a success. By comparison, last October was led by The Martian; however, because of a misalignment in the calendar, The Martian’s opening weekend actually lines up with the final weekend in September. It had great legs, so that will help 2015 early in the month, but the rest of the month was terrible last year and I think 2016 will come out ahead as a result. More...

2014 Preview: August

August 1st, 2014

Guardians of the Galaxy poster

July was... well... let's just pretend it didn't happen. Dawn of the Planet of the Apes did well, but week after week 2014 fell further behind 2013 in the year-to-date comparison. At the moment, we are roughly $400 million behind last year's pace and while I don't think August will continue the losing streak, there's really no chance August will put a dent in that number. It looks more and more likely that Guardians of the Galaxy will be a hit, especially given its early reviews, but it could be the last $100 million hit till October, if the bad buzz surrounding Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles turns into bad ticket sales. Last August there were two films that reached $100 million, plus two others that came close. This August might match that, while the biggest film this year should top the biggest film from last year. I think the slump 2014 is suffering through will end the first weekend and overall I think it will cut the deficit a little bit. That said, summer 2014 will still end as one of the worst recent summers at the box office. More...

Release
Date
TitleRoleDomestic
Box Office
International
Box Office
Worldwide
Box Office
6/11/2010 Winter's Bone Satterfield  $6,531,503 $9,600,048 $16,131,551
5/14/2004 Breakin' All the Rules Attendant  $12,232,382 $279,935 $12,512,317
11/1/2002 I Spy Lieutenant Percy  $33,561,137 $26,718,685 $60,279,822
Movies: 3Totals:$52,325,022$36,598,668$88,923,690
  Averages:$17,441,674$12,199,556$29,641,230
Release
Date
TitleRoleDomestic
Box Office
International
Box Office
Worldwide
Box Office
10/7/2016 The Girl on the Train Director $74,954,114 $92,641,735 $167,595,849
8/1/2014 Get on Up Producer,
Director 
$30,569,935 $2,745,869 $33,315,804
8/10/2011 The Help Screenwriter,
Director,
Executive Producer 
$169,705,587 $43,414,417 $213,120,004
Movies: 3Totals:$275,229,636$138,802,021$414,031,657
  Averages:$91,743,212$46,267,340$138,010,552