|As an Actor||Supporting||3||$136,942,592||$205,065,642||$342,008,234|
|Best known as a Supporting Actress based on credits in that role in 3 films, with $342,008,234 worldwide aggregate box office (rank #8,248)|
|Best-Known Acting Roles: Lady Lisa (Pixels), Six Chicks Member (13 Going On 30), Brit (Spring Breakers), Margaret (Elvis & Nixon)|
|Most productive collaborators: Adam Sandler, Tim Herlihy, Chris Columbus, Allen Covert, Kevin James|
July 30th, 2015
Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation shouldn't have any trouble earning first place over the weekend. In fact, it should make more than the rest of the top five combined. On the downside, its real competition isn't the other films in theaters, but Guardians of the Galaxy, which set the August weekend box office record when it opened this weekend last year. Rogue Nation could have a record-opening for the franchise and still not come close to Guardians of the Galaxy. The only other new wide release of the week is Vacation, which started on Wednesday. Its reviews are terrible and its box office chances are not much better. Since nothing will top Guardians of the Galaxy's record-breaking opening, it seems 2015 will end the month on a losing note. Hopefully this is just a momentary hiccup and not an omen for how the rest of the summer will go.
July 20th, 2013
Spring Breakers is one of the more unusual films to come out this week. The original buzz was pretty weak, with a lot of people dismissing it as "Disney Girls Gone Wild". When it was finally released, the critical response was divided. There were many critics who liked the movie, more so than those who disliked the movie, but there were also some who called it one of the worst movies ever. Its limited release was more lucrative than expected and the film currently has the best per theater average for 2013. So which side of the argument do I fall under? And is the DVD or the Blu-ray worth picking up?
|4/22/2016||Elvis & Nixon||Margaret||$1,055,284||$386,927||$1,442,211|
|4/23/2004||13 Going On 30||Six Chicks Member||$57,139,723||$39,300,000||$96,439,723|