|In Technical Roles||Screenwriter||6||$403,755,732||$425,404,359||$829,160,091|
Aline Brosh McKenna
|Best known as a Screenwriter based on credits in that role in 6 films, with $829,160,091 worldwide aggregate box office (rank #217)|
|Best-Known Technical Roles: The Devil Wears Prada (Screenwriter), Annie (Screenwriter), We Bought a Zoo (Screenwriter), 27 Dresses (Screenwriter), Morning Glory (Screenwriter)|
|Most productive collaborators: David Frankel, Theodore Shapiro, Katherine Heigl, Anne Fletcher, Matt Damon|
March 1st, 2015
February was strong thanks to The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water and Fifty Shades of Grey, both of which beat expectations. This March could actually be even better, as there are three or four films that have a decent shot at earning $100 million or more. The top film will likely be Cinderella, which has a real shot at $200 million. Insurgent will almost assuredly get beyond the $100 million mark, while Get Hard, Home, and perhaps Chappie will also get to the century mark. Last March, there were four $100 million hits, led by Divergent, which pulled in $150 million. While this March should be better than February, I'm not sure it will be better than last March. I don't think March 2015 will be much worse than last year, but I think its percentage lead will be chipped away at by the end of the month.
December 1st, 2014
November is over and there are not a lot of positive things to say about what happened during the month. There were a couple of films that matched expectations, but there were no breakout hits and a few that missed expectations by wide margins. Granted, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 1 will top $300 million with relative ease, but that's still nearly $100 million lower than some people were predicting. The month ends with 2014 about $300 million behind 2013's pace and there's really no chance to catch up in December. That doesn't mean there are no films that will be worth watching in December. The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies should at least earn $200 million, while $300 million is not out of the question. Additionally, there are several films that at least have a shot at $100 million at the box office, but not all will get there. At least this December and last December are on par with each other. The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug topped $250 million while there were three others that topped $100 million. I think we will get the same result this month. Last year there were a lot more wide releases, but many of them bombed. I think this year the lack of competition will help more films reach their potential.
|11/26/2011||We Bought a Zoo||Screenwriter||$75,624,550||$43,104,523||$118,729,073|
|9/16/2011||I Don't Know How She Does It||Executive Producer,|
|6/30/2006||The Devil Wears Prada||Screenwriter||$124,740,460||$201,332,695||$326,073,155|