|In Technical Roles||Director||5||$743,633,317||$1,252,854,931||$1,996,488,248|
|Best known as a Director based on credits in that role in 5 films, with $1,996,488,248 worldwide aggregate box office (rank #50)|
|Best-Known Technical Roles: Captain America: Civil War (Director), Captain America: The Winter Soldier (Director), You, Me and Dupree (Director)|
|Most productive collaborators: Anthony Russo, Chris Evans, Scarlett Johansson, Christopher Markus, Sebastian Stan|
September 25th, 2016
Captain America: Civil War is the 13th film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. That’s 13 films in just 8 years. The film pulled in more than $1 billion worldwide, so the market isn’t tired of these movies. However, has the brisk pace resulted in a substandard film? Or is it yet another critical smash?
May 1st, 2016
April started on a soft note and ended weak, but thanks to The Jungle Book, overall the month was actually really good. That's what happens when you get a surprise $300 million hit. This bodes well for May, which is both a slow month and a fantastic month. There are only four weekends and only eight movies coming out, but of those eight films, five have a shot at $100 million. The potential blockbusters are led by Captain America: Civil War, which is not only going to be the biggest hit of the month, but according to a Fandango survey, it is the most anticipated film of the summer. (On a side note, Finding Dory is the most anticipated family film of the summer and Ghostbusters is the most anticipated comedy of the summer. I was surprised by the last result.) Both Alice Through the Looking Glass and X-Men: Apocalypse have real shots at $200 million. One of them could get to $300 million, if they weren't opening against each other. Overall, the month looks excellent. Even better, last May there was only one monster hit, The Avengers: Age of Ultron, and most analysts think Captain America: Civil War will beat it at the box office. (There's also the issue of the misalignment in the weekends, which hurt April, but will really help May.)
April 1st, 2014
March was stronger than expected when compared to 2013 with four films earning $100 million or more, led by Divergent. (Not all of them have gotten there yet, but they are certain to reach that milestone before they are done their box office runs.) It wasn't a blow-out victory, on the other hand, as a few weekends the ticket sales were lower in 2014 than they were during the same weekend in 2013. April looks really strong with Captain America: The Winter Soldier leading the way. This film should top $200 million over the weekend, while it isn't the only film that should crack the century mark, as Rio 2 is also on track for $100 million. This is great news, as no film last April reached $100 million. Granted, 42 came close and Oblivion wasn't far behind, but The Winter Soldier should earn more than those two films earned combined giving 2014 a comfortable lead over 2013 over the full month.
|5/3/2019||Untitled Avengers Movie||Director||$0||$0||$0|
|5/4/2018||Avengers: Infinity War||Director||$0||$0||$0|
|5/6/2016||Captain America: Civil War||Director||$408,084,349||$743,600,000||$1,151,684,349|
|4/4/2014||Captain America: The Winter Sol…||Director||$259,746,958||$454,654,931||$714,401,889|
|7/14/2006||You, Me and Dupree||Director||$75,802,010||$54,600,000||$130,402,010|