|As an Actor||Supporting||6||$230,362,440||$341,699,303||$572,061,743|
|Best known as a Supporting Actor based on credits in that role in 6 films, with $572,061,743 worldwide aggregate box office (rank #4,560)|
|Best-Known Acting Roles: Dr. Dreyfuss (Mama), John Lake (RoboCop), Reporter (Cinderella Man), Bodyguard (Lucky Number Slevin), Chipped Tooth (Repo Men)|
|Most productive collaborators: Jessica Chastain, Andres Muschietti, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Neil Cross, Megan Charpentier|
March 29th, 2014
Due South started in 1994 and was a rare beast. It was a Canadian TV movie that debuted on American TV, as well as up here in Canada. The TV movie was a hit and it was turned into a series. However, while the ratings started out well, the American network kept moving it about the schedule and soon it was no longer pulling in the numbers needed to thrive and it was canceled in America and sadly mostly forgotten. Echo Bridge Home Entertainment has the rights to the show and recently re-released The Complete Series on DVD. Is it worth picking up for fans of the show? Will those who never saw it originally enjoy it?
May 5th, 2013
January is generally a terrible time of the year to release a movie. Not only are people still dealing with Christmas shopping bills, but there will be several Oscar contenders and holiday blockbusters that are still going strong. Because of this, January tends to be filled with bad films that struggle just to become midlevel hits. Mama opened in the middle of the month and earned enough during its opening weekend to cover its production budget. Worldwide, it managed $130 million on just a $15 million budget. Unless it cost an unreasonable amount to market, it has already broken even. Will it be an ever bigger hit on the home market?
|12/17/2010||Casino Jack||Gus Boulis||$2,039,869||$232,317||$2,272,186|
|3/19/2010||Repo Men||Chipped Tooth||$13,942,007||$4,253,231||$18,195,238|
|4/7/2006||Lucky Number Slevin||Bodyguard||$22,495,466||$33,000,000||$55,495,466|