|In Technical Roles||Editor||3||$600,446,977||$638,552,134||$1,238,999,111|
|Best known as an Editor based on credits in that role in 3 films, with $1,238,999,111 worldwide aggregate box office (rank #127)|
|Best-Known Technical Roles: Toy Story 3 (Director), Toy Story 3 (Story Creator), Monsters University (Executive Producer), Monsters, Inc. (Co-Director), The Good Dinosaur (Executive Producer)|
|Most productive collaborators: John Lasseter, Andrew Stanton, Darla Anderson, Tom Hanks, Bob Peterson|
November 1st, 2017
October wasn’t a good month; then again, outside of a few bright spots, the overall box office has been a disaster since early summer. I would love to say November will turn things around, but, while it should be better, in this case “better” is a relative term. There are two films on this list with a chance at $300 million, Thor: Ragnarok and Justice League, while Coco is nearly a guarantee for $200 million. By comparison, last November had a similar result with three films earning between $200 million and $300 million, but none topping that figure. This means, if Thor: Ragnarok and Justice League both get to that milestone, then 2017 could cut into 2016’s lead during the month. It will still take a minor miracle for 2017 to catch up in the end, but just cutting the lead in half by the end of December would be a reason to celebrate at this point.
December 1st, 2012
November was a strong month and left 2012 with a very easy path to a new all time record. There was only one major miss the entire month, Rise of the Guardians, while The Silver Linings Playbook was pulled from wide release at the last minute, so it is a little hard to judge its box office performance. On the positive side, Skyfall might top original expectations by $100 million. All this December has to do is maintain pace with last December to ensure 2012 sets the new record. I would like to say that will be easy to do, but I really don't know. Last year, there was only one $200 million hit, Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol, plus a few others that reached $100 million, so the bar isn't set too high. This year, The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey is expected to at least come close to $300 million. Some think it will earn more than $400 million. However, it could also be the last film to make $100 million till February. December is normally a very good month to release a film, but the release schedule is so messed up that it makes it very hard to predict what will happen. There appears to be just ten films opening truly wide this month (I'm getting mixed signals on a few of them). That's a really light schedule for a month and a light schedule tends to help maximize the box office potential for individual films. However, eight of these films open wide within a seven-day period. That's insane. There's no way all of those films will find an audience and there's a chance that due to the competition, none of them will. Let's hope the situation isn't as bad as that, but there are some serious reasons to be concerned for most new releases coming out this month.
|6/21/2019||Toy Story 4||Screenwriter||$0||$0||$0|
|11/25/2015||The Good Dinosaur||Executive Producer||$123,087,120||$211,255,572||$334,342,692|
|6/21/2013||Monsters University||Executive Producer||$268,488,329||$475,100,000||$743,588,329|
|6/18/2010||Toy Story 3||Director,|
|11/19/1999||Toy Story 2||Co-Producer,|
|11/20/1998||A Bug's Life||Supervising Film Editor||$162,798,565||$200,296,754||$363,095,319|