|As an Actor||Supporting||5||$577,998,577||$1,585,442,928||$2,163,441,505|
|Best known as a Supporting Actress based on credits in that role in 5 films, with $2,163,441,505 worldwide aggregate box office (rank #474)|
|Best-Known Acting Roles: Mia (Furious 7), Mia (Fast and Furious 6), Mia (Fast Five), Mia Toretto (Fast & Furious), Mia Toretto (The Fast and the Furious)|
|Most productive collaborators: Vin Diesel, Chris Morgan, Gary Scott Thompson, Michelle Rodriguez, Neal H. Moritz|
September 13th, 2015
Furious 7 is the latest in the Fast and the Furious franchise. The films started out okay, but critical reception fell quickly. It wasn't until Fast Five when the filmmakers realized they were making, in essence, live-action cartoons that they truly found their voices. This focus helped the box office, so much so that Furious 7 became just the third film to earn more than $1 billion internationally and just the fourth film to earn $1.5 billion worldwide. Is the quality up to the same level as its box office? The odds of that are nearly zero. However, is it at least as entertaining as its box office numbers would indicate?
December 10th, 2013
As a franchise, Fast and the Furious appeared burnt out in 2009. Tokyo Drift bombed failing to match its production budget domestically and likely losing a ton worldwide. Fast and Furious saw the return of the original cast, which helped it return to previous heights in terms of box office dollars, but critics eviscerated it. Then, defying logic, Fast Five became the biggest hit in the franchise and earned the most critical praise. Can Fast and Furious 6 maintain this momentum? Or was Fast Five just a fluke?
|2/3/2015||Home Sweet Hell||Dusty||$0||$0||$0|
|5/24/2013||Fast and Furious 6||Mia||$238,679,850||$551,272,961||$789,952,811|
|4/3/2009||Fast & Furious||Mia Toretto||$155,064,265||$208,000,000||$363,064,265|
|10/6/2006||The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Begi…||Chrissie||$39,517,763||$11,000,000||$50,517,763|
|6/22/2001||The Fast and the Furious||Mia Toretto||$144,512,310||$62,000,000||$206,512,310|
|12/25/1998||The Faculty||Delilah Profitt||$40,064,955||$0||$40,064,955|