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Jerry Ferrara

Best known as a Supporting Actor based on credits in that role in 4 films, with $768,465,633 worldwide aggregate box office (rank #3,148)
Best-Known Acting Roles: Hasslert (Lone Survivor), Jeremy (Think Like a Man), Michael Delaney (Sully), Jeremy (Think Like a Man Too), Dean (Last Vegas)
Best-Known Technical Roles: A Band Called Death (Producer)
Most productive collaborators: Michael Ealy, Tim Story, Peter Berg, Taylor Kitsch, Keith Merryman

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  MoviesDomestic
Box Office
International
Box Office
Worldwide
Box Office
As an ActorSupporting4$378,871,840$389,593,793$768,465,633
Lead Ensemble Member3$188,939,296$40,687,727$229,627,023
Leading2$458,232$0$458,232
In Technical RolesProducer1$127,257$0$127,257

2015 Preview: June

June 1st, 2015

Inside Out

May turned out to be softer than anticipated with The Avengers: Age of Ultron missing expectations by about $100 million. Additionally, only Pitch Perfect 2 really topped expectations. May 2015 kept pace with May of 2014, more or less. June doesn't have any films as strong as Age of Ultron, but there are two films that should have no trouble getting to $200 million. Those two films are Jurassic World and Inside Out and I'm not sure which one will turn out to be the biggest hit of the month. Last June, the biggest hit was Transformers: Age of Extinction, but both Jurassic World and Inside Out should top that film, albeit by small margins. On the other hand, last June had four other films that reached $100 million, while this time around only Spy! and Ted 2 have a real shot at that milestone. 2015 is stronger at the top, but has weaker depth. It will be interesting to see if 2015 will keep pace with 2014 over the course of the full month. More...

2014 Preview: June

June 1st, 2014

Transformers: Age of Extinction poster

It is too soon to tell how May will end, as this story will be published before the weekend estimates came out. (Maleficent had an excellent start on Friday, unlike A Million Ways to Die in the West.) Overall, it was a good month with at least three movies that are on track to hit $200 million, but there was no really big winner for the month. It was nice and balanced. Unfortunately, last May there was a monster hit, Iron Man 3, and 2014 could not compete with that, so it lost ground to 2013. June hopes to turn things around and there are some reasons to be optimistic. All four weeks there is at least one film opening that at least has a shot at $100 million. There are even two films that at least have a shot at $300 million. Transformers: Age of Extinction should win the monthly box office race while How to Train Your Dragon 2 is a long shot to win, but I wouldn't be completely surprised if it did. Additionally, 22 Jump Street, Edge of Tomorrow, The Fault in Our Stars, and Think Like a Man 2 are all contenders for the century club. Not all of them will get to that milestone, but all of them at least have a short. Last June, there were three films that reached $200 million, including Man of Steel, which nearly reached $300 million. It looks like June of 2014 will be about as strong as June of 2013, more or less. If all films reach their potential, it could win the year-over-year comparison. Unless there are some shocking bombs, it shouldn't struggle so much that 2014 loses its lead over 2013 entirely.

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2013 Preview: November

November 1st, 2013

October ended on a winning note, but it was the only time the entire month that 2013 topped 2012 in the year-over-year comparison. This is quite shocking, as Gravity crushed expectations with more than $200 million and counting. Even with that surprise monster hit, the month still couldn't keep pace with last year. Compared to October, November looks a lot better with three films that could be monster hits: Frozen, Thor: The Dark World, and The Hunger Games: Catching Fire. On the other hand, those are the only three movies with a 50/50 chance or better to top $100 million compared, while there were seven films that reached that milestone last November. The Hunger Games: Catching Fire should make more than last year's number one film, Skyfall, but the depth last year could prove too much to deal with. 2013 might dip below last year's pace sometime during the month, but hopefully it won't stay there too long. More...

Release
Date
TitleRoleDomestic
Box Office
International
Box Office
Worldwide
Box Office
9/9/2016 Sully Michael Delaney  $124,628,672 $75,899,934 $200,528,606
6/3/2015 Entourage Turtle  $32,363,404 $13,861,922 $46,225,326
5/29/2015 Club Life Johnny D.   $0 $0 $0
6/20/2014 Think Like a Man Too Jeremy  $65,028,687 $4,999,246 $70,027,933
12/25/2013 Lone Survivor Hasslert  $125,095,601 $24,709,031 $149,804,632
1/28/2013 Last Vegas Dean  $63,914,167 $49,000,000 $112,914,167
5/18/2012 Battleship Sampson JOOD Strodell  $65,233,400 $239,984,828 $305,218,228
4/20/2012 Think Like a Man Jeremy  $91,547,205 $21,826,559 $113,373,764
5/11/2007 Brooklyn Rules Bobby Canzoneri  $458,232 $0 $458,232
Movies: 9Totals:$568,269,368$430,281,520$998,550,888
  Averages:$63,141,041$47,809,058$110,950,099
Release
Date
TitleRoleDomestic
Box Office
International
Box Office
Worldwide
Box Office
6/28/2013 A Band Called Death Producer $127,257 $0 $127,257
Movies: 1Totals:$127,257$0$127,257
  Averages:$127,257$0$127,257