|In Technical Roles||Screenwriter||6||$219,151,760||$431,923,467||$651,075,227|
|Best known as a Screenwriter based on credits in that role in 6 films, with $651,075,227 worldwide aggregate box office (rank #317)|
|Best-Known Technical Roles: Red (Screenwriter), Battleship (Screenwriter), RED 2 (Screenwriter), The Last Witch Hunter (Co-Producer), Whiteout (Screenwriter)|
|Most productive collaborators: Taylor Kitsch, Peter Berg, Erich Hoeber, Alexander Skarsgård, Rihanna|
July 1st, 2013
For the most part, June was a really strong month at the box office with nearly every film either matching expectations, or at least coming close enough to call it a victory. Looking forward, there are a dozen films opening wide in July, more or less. One of them, The Smurfs 2, is opening on a Wednesday, so I'm going to hold off talking about that movie till the August preview. Kevin Hart: Let Me Explain is opening in less than 1000 theaters, but it has a shot at reaching the top ten during its opening weekend. If we include both of them, there are twelve films, but I think it is better to stick with the ten truly wide, truly July openings. Of these, Despicable Me 2 is clearly going to be the biggest hit at the box office. It could become the second biggest hit of the year so far. It is not the only film that could be a $100 million hit. In fact, there are six films opening in July that I think have a better than 50% chance of reaching that level. There is currently only one film that I think won't at least become a midlevel hit. By comparison in 2012, there were three $100 million movies, led by The Dark Knight Rises, but the rest of the new releases struggled. There's no chance any movie opening this month will top $400 million, in fact, it is quite possible no film will get to $300 million. That said, 2013 has a lot better depth, so it might come out on top in the end.
|8/17/2018||The Happytime Murders||Screenwriter||$0||$0||$0|
|10/23/2015||The Last Witch Hunter||Co-Producer||$27,367,660||$103,866,746||$131,234,406|