|In Technical Roles||Director||2||$45,733,183||$27,111,921||$72,845,104|
Lee Toland Krieger
|Best known as a Director based on credits in that role in 2 films, with $72,845,104 worldwide aggregate box office (rank #906)|
|Best-Known Technical Roles: The Age of Adaline (Director), Celeste and Jesse Forever (Director)|
|Most productive collaborators: Blake Lively, J. Mills Goodloe, Michiel Huisman, Kathy Baker, Salvador Paskowitz|
September 7th, 2015
The Age of Adaline was a late April release, which is one of three dumping grounds throughout the calender. The big summer releases are just around the corner and are sucking up all of the available hype. Because of this, it is hard for a late April release to thrive and studios tend to dump misfires or counter-programming films during these weeks. So is The Age of Adaline a misfire? Or does it fit nicely into the counter-programming role?
April 1st, 2015
March ended on a good note and helped 2015 maintain its lead over 2014 thanks to a trio of $100 million movies: Cinderella, Insurgent, and Home. April isn't as strong as far as depth goes, as only Furious 7 is expected to come close to $100 million at the box office. On the positive side, it could earn $100 million during its opening weekend, becoming the fastest starting film of the year, so far. On the negative side, it is expected to earn more than double the rest of the films' combined box office totals. Even worse, last April, there were two $100 million hits, including Captain America: The Winter Soldier, as well as two others that came close. There's no way April 2015 is going to live up to April 2014. I just hope the collapse isn't so bad that 2015 loses its lead over 2014 completely.
|4/24/2015||The Age of Adaline||Director||$42,629,776||$26,427,639||$69,057,415|
|8/3/2012||Celeste and Jesse Forever||Director||$3,103,407||$684,282||$3,787,689|