|In Technical Roles||Production Designer||6||$255,900,732||$350,818,234||$606,718,966|
|Supervising Art Director||1||$11,902,715||$23,176,203||$35,078,918|
|Best known as a Production Designer based on credits in that role in 6 films, with $606,718,966 worldwide aggregate box office (rank #171)|
|Best-Known Technical Roles: Bridge of Spies (Production Designer), The Grand Budapest Hotel (Production Designer), 12 Years a Slave (Production Designer), Moonrise Kingdom (Production Designer), My Soul to Take (Production Designer)|
|Most productive collaborators: Wes Anderson, Edward Norton, Scott Rudin, Tom Hanks, Steven Spielberg|
February 28th, 2016
It’s Oscar day and, if all goes to plan, I will be live-blogging the ceremony tonight. Here is the list of nominees marked according to predictions from our readers, and my personal wishes. Nominees in Bold are the ones predicted to win by our readers (we’ll have a full rundown of the predictions at noon, after the contest ends). If I am predicting a different film, those are in Italics. Meanwhile, the nominees I want to win, but don’t think will win, are Underlined. There are a few categories where the film I really think deserves the award was not even nominated, plus a few I don’t have a real opinion on.
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January 15th, 2016
The Oscar nominations were announced at 5:30 am Pacific time. Nothing is good that early in the morning. Worse still, this was a terrible year for snubs, especially when it comes to diversity of the nominees. The voters for the Oscars are 94% white and 77% male... but that's still more diverse than the list of nominees. The Revenant led the way with 12 nominations and it is expected to win a few of those, while it is a serious contender in most of the categories it was nominated in.
October 18th, 2015
A slightly-softer-than-expected (but still good) opening for Goosebumps will be enough to take the film to the top of the box office chart this weekend, according to studio projections released on Sunday morning. Sony expects the family horror adventure to come in with $23.5 million on opening weekend, which is a solid enough start, and sets the film up for a good run, helped by strong reviews and Halloween coming up in a couple of weeks. The Martian will land in second with a projected $21.5 million as of this morning, a slightly steeper-than-expected 42% decline from last weekend, and a total to date around $144 million. In general, we’re looking at quite a few steep drops from last weekend thanks to an unfavorable comparison with the Columbus Day long weekend and a batch of new releases.
|10/16/2015||Bridge of Spies||Production Designer||$72,313,754||$90,296,719||$162,610,473|
|3/27/2015||While We're Young||Production Designer||$7,582,065||$5,841,111||$13,423,176|
|3/7/2014||The Grand Budapest Hotel||Production Designer||$59,076,019||$105,274,390||$164,350,409|
|10/18/2013||12 Years a Slave||Production Designer||$56,671,993||$124,353,350||$181,025,343|
|5/25/2012||Moonrise Kingdom||Production Designer||$45,512,466||$23,069,629||$68,582,095|
|10/8/2010||My Soul to Take||Production Designer||$14,744,435||$1,983,035||$16,727,470|
|9/29/2007||The Darjeeling Limited||Supervising Art Dire…||$11,902,715||$23,176,203||$35,078,918|