|As an Actor||Supporting||3||$121,613,627||$115,035,236||$236,648,863|
|Best known as a Supporting Actress based on credits in that role in 3 films, with $236,648,863 worldwide aggregate box office (rank #11,880)|
|Best-Known Acting Roles: Ms. Young (2 Guns), Milk Skinned Blonde (Gangster Squad), Iris Parker (We Are What We Are), Riley (Playback)|
|Most productive collaborators: James Herbert, Sean Penn, Ruben Fleischer, Esther Scott, Will Beall|
June 7th, 2014
Ray Donovan began last year on Showtime and broke the record for biggest premiere on that cable channel. It maintained its viewership numbers throughout the season, while earning great reviews. Now that it is coming out on DVD and Blu-ray, is it worth checking out for those who don't have Showtimes? Is the Blu-ray worth picking up for those who like the show?
September 27th, 2013
There are a lot of limited releases on this week's list, including a few earning stellar reviews. There are also a few with weak reviews or that are the wrong genre to thrive in limited release. One film fits into both ends of the spectrum, We Are What We Are, which is earning great reviews, but as a horror film, likely won't find an audience till the home market. Hopefully I am wrong. Inequality for All is earning even better reviews, but it is a documentary, so it have very little chance to expand. On the Job has the best reviews of the week, but it is a foreign-language action film, so it will likely not earn breakout success.
|9/27/2013||We Are What We Are||Iris Parker||$81,381||$169,220||$250,601|
|8/2/2013||2 Guns||Ms. Young||$75,612,460||$56,880,555||$132,493,015|
|1/11/2013||Gangster Squad||Milk Skinned Blonde||$46,000,903||$58,100,000||$104,100,903|