|In Technical Roles||Story Supervisor||1||$268,488,329||$475,100,000||$743,588,329|
|Best known as a Story Supervisor based on a credit in that role in 1 film, with $743,588,329 worldwide aggregate box office (rank #7)|
|Best-Known Technical Roles: Monsters University (Story Supervisor), The Good Dinosaur (Story Creator)|
|Most productive collaborators: Peter Sohn, Raymond Ochoa, Lucas Neff, Meg LeFauve, Jack Bright|
February 22nd, 2016
The Good Dinosaur looks like it will be the first Pixar film to lose money. It cost nearly $200 million to make, while there were reports that the advertising budget was $150 million worldwide. It needed to make over $500 million worldwide to have a shot at breaking even any time soon. It made barely more than $300 million, which wasn't enough to pay for its reported advertising budget. Is it as bad as its box office numbers would suggest? Or is there a reason this film failed to connect with audiences besides quality?
October 26th, 2013
Monsters Inc. was a huge hit in 2001 earning close to $300 million domestically and more than $550 million worldwide. This summer, a prequel, Monsters University, came out and it earned a little less domestically, but more than $700 million worldwide. If you factor in inflation and the growth of international markets, this isn't as strong a run as the predecessor had, but still very profitable. Is the quality similar, i.e., not quite as strong as the original, but still worth checking out? And are any of the four releases worth picking up?
|11/25/2015||The Good Dinosaur||Story by||$123,087,120||$211,255,572||$334,342,692|
|6/21/2013||Monsters University||Story Supervisor||$268,488,329||$475,100,000||$743,588,329|