|As an Actor||Supporting||5||$120,431,809||$49,070,643||$169,502,452|
|Lead Ensemble Member||2||$259,431,893||$199,944,670||$459,376,563|
|Best known as a Supporting Actress based on credits in that role in 5 films, with $169,502,452 worldwide aggregate box office (rank #16,877)|
|Best-Known Acting Roles: Uni-Kitty (The Lego Movie), Alissa (Get Hard), Lucy (How to be Single), Suzie Barnes-Eilhauer (The Five-Year Engagement), Alessandra (The Little Hours)|
|Most productive collaborators: Will Ferrell, Christopher Miller, Chris Pratt, Phil Lord, Elizabeth Banks|
June 20th, 2017
GLOW is a new Netflix TV show loosely based on the real-life G.L.O.W., a.k.a. Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling, a late 1980s female wrestling show. It is a fictional account of how G.L.O.W. got started, but is it worth checking out? Does it take this obviously sensational material and create real drama? Or is it exploitative and do a disservice to G.L.O.W.’s legacy?
February 1st, 2016
As expected, January was dominated by holdovers with Star Wars: The Force Awakens and The Revenant leading the way. That's not to say there were no new releases that did well, as Ride Along 2 and Kung Fu Panda 3 were hits with moviegoers. Looking forward, there is only one film that looks like a sure hit, Deadpool. There's a slim chance it could be a surprise $200 million hit. There's a much better chance it will be the only $100 million hit. Conversely, last February started with a $100 million hit coming out, The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water, while there were two other $100 million movies to come out that month, Fifty Shades of Grey and Kingsman: The Secret Service. Looks like 2016 is going to lose in the year-over-year comparison.
April 15th, 2013
Save the Date is a romantic comedy that opened in limited release with a Tomatometer Score below 50% positive. It should come as no surprise that the film struggled to find an audience; however, it really struggled opening below the Mendoza Line. It should perform better on the home market, as romantic comedies do better with mainstream audiences than the do with critics or art house aficionados. But will fans of the genre want to check out this movie?
December 14th, 2012
It is another busy week for limited releases, including some that are earning overwhelmingly positive reviews. Unfortunately, like it usually is at this time of year, unless a limited release is earning Oscar buzz, it is very unlikely to find an audience in limited release. Any Day Now is the film I have the highest hopes for, but even for a film with 88% positive reviews, it will be a challenge.
|12/1/2017||The Disaster Artist||$0||$0||$0|
|7/28/2017||A Family Man||Lynn Vogel||$0||$2,259,845||$2,259,845|
|6/30/2017||The Little Hours||Alessandra||$1,647,175||$0||$1,647,175|
|6/17/2016||No Stranger Than Love||$0||$0||$0|
|3/25/2016||Get a Job||Tanya Sellers||$0||$0||$0|
|2/12/2016||How to be Single||Lucy||$46,843,513||$52,752,419||$99,595,932|
|9/11/2015||Sleeping with Other People||Lainey Dalton||$814,775||$1,536,852||$2,351,627|
|2/7/2014||The Lego Movie||Uni-Kitty||$257,784,718||$199,944,670||$457,729,388|
|5/31/2013||The Kings of Summer||Heather||$1,315,500||$47,109||$1,362,609|
|12/14/2012||Save the Date||Beth||$5,719||$0||$5,719|
|4/27/2012||The Five-Year Engagement||Suzie Barnes-Eilhauer||$28,700,285||$32,923,534||$61,623,819|