|As an Actor||Supporting||4||$14,127,912||$59,903,557||$74,031,469|
|Lead Ensemble Member||1||$0||$60,680,125||$60,680,125|
Charlotte Le Bon
|Best known as a Supporting Actress based on credits in that role in 4 films, with $74,031,469 worldwide aggregate box office (rank #28,488)|
|Best-Known Acting Roles: Marguerite (The Hundred-Foot Journey), Annie (The Walk), Ana (The Promise), Marie Kovárníková (Anthropoid), Victoire Doutreleau (Yves Saint Laurent)|
|Most productive collaborators: Helen Mirren, Lasse Hallström, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Robert Zemeckis, Steven Knight|
|Born: September 4th, 1986 (31 years old)|
April 1st, 2017
March was a month of extremes, led by two strong performances: Beauty and the Beast breaking records and Logan cracking $200 million with ease. There were also two other $100 million hits and another potential $100 million hit that we don’t have significant box office numbers for yet. This is fantastic. On the opposite end, there were three films on last month’s list that didn’t even open truly wide. This month won’t be as lucrative at the top, as The Fate of the Furious is the only film expected to top $100 million. Fortunately, it is expected to open with over $100 million. On the other extreme, there are many, many films on this list that I’m not sure will open wide. Fortunately, last April wasn’t any better. The Jungle Book made nearly $1 billion worldwide, but the other nine films combined made less than half of that. To emphasize: the other nine films that opened last April averaged less than $50 million worldwide each. If The Fate of the Furious can just come close to the previous installment of the franchise, then 2017 has a solid shot at topping 2016.
March 20th, 2017
July 6th, 2016
December 1st, 2014
The Hundred-Foot Journey came out in August and was counter-programming, to be generous. It opened in barely more than 2,000 theaters and only managed fourth place during its opening weekend. On the other hand, its multiplier was 4.94, which is incredible compared to the average wide release, while it ended up a solid midlevel hit. Obviously the word-of-mouth was strong, but now that it is on the home market, will those who missed it in theaters want to check it out? And will those who saw it in theaters want to pick it up?
August 1st, 2014
July was... well... let's just pretend it didn't happen. Dawn of the Planet of the Apes did well, but week after week 2014 fell further behind 2013 in the year-to-date comparison. At the moment, we are roughly $400 million behind last year's pace and while I don't think August will continue the losing streak, there's really no chance August will put a dent in that number. It looks more and more likely that Guardians of the Galaxy will be a hit, especially given its early reviews, but it could be the last $100 million hit till October, if the bad buzz surrounding Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles turns into bad ticket sales. Last August there were two films that reached $100 million, plus two others that came close. This August might match that, while the biggest film this year should top the biggest film from last year. I think the slump 2014 is suffering through will end the first weekend and overall I think it will cut the deficit a little bit. That said, summer 2014 will still end as one of the worst recent summers at the box office.
|11/18/2016||Bastille Day||Zoe Naville||$50,269||$8,434,594||$8,484,863|
|8/8/2014||The Hundred-Foot Journey||Marguerite||$54,235,441||$40,035,047||$94,270,488|
|7/18/2014||L’écume des jours||Isis||$303,187||$6,040,048||$6,343,235|
|6/25/2014||Yves Saint Laurent||Victoire Doutreleau||$723,593||$763,576||$1,487,169|
|6/14/2013||La stratégie de la poussette||Marie Deville||$1,799||$0||$1,799|
|12/31/2012||Astérix et Obélix: Au service de Sa…||Ophelia||$0||$60,680,125||$60,680,125|