|As an Actor||Supporting||2||$111,511,410||$158,300,000||$269,811,410|
|In Technical Roles||Screenwriter||3||$177,248,701||$225,458,096||$402,706,797|
Robert Ben Garant
|Best known as a Screenwriter based on credits in that role in 3 films, with $402,706,797 worldwide aggregate box office (rank #502)|
|Best-Known Technical Roles: Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian (Screenwriter), Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian (Character Creator), Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb (Character Creator), Baywatch (Story Creator), Hell Baby (Director)|
|Best-Known Acting Roles: Egyptian Spectator/Italian Peasant #1 (Mr. Peabody & Sherman), Deputy Travis Junior (Reno 911!: Miami), Father Sebastian (Hell Baby)|
|Most productive collaborators: Shawn Levy, Ben Stiller, Thomas Lennon, Owen Wilson, Rob Minkoff|
May 1st, 2017
April is over and thank god for that. The Fate of the Furious is currently the only film that was better than a midlevel hit, while Going in Style might end up being the second-biggest release of the month. On the low end, there were seven films on last month’s list that didn’t even manage to open in truly wide release (2,000 or more theaters). Fortunately, May looks a lot brighter. Guardians of the Galaxy, Vol. 2 should dominate the chart and get the month off to a fast start. Furthermore, every week there’s at least one film with a reasonable chance of earning $100 million domestically. Additionally, last May wasn’t particularly strong, so that should help 2017 overall. Granted, Captain America: Civil War earned more than $400 million, so the month got off to a fast start, but films struggled the rest of the way. The second-biggest film was X-Men: Apocalypse at just $155 million, while only one other movie, The Angry Birds Movie, earned more than $100 million. Guardians of the Galaxy, Vol. 2 should at least be competitive with Captain America: Civil War, allowing 2017 to win thanks to its superior depth.
December 1st, 2014
November is over and there are not a lot of positive things to say about what happened during the month. There were a couple of films that matched expectations, but there were no breakout hits and a few that missed expectations by wide margins. Granted, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 1 will top $300 million with relative ease, but that's still nearly $100 million lower than some people were predicting. The month ends with 2014 about $300 million behind 2013's pace and there's really no chance to catch up in December. That doesn't mean there are no films that will be worth watching in December. The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies should at least earn $200 million, while $300 million is not out of the question. Additionally, there are several films that at least have a shot at $100 million at the box office, but not all will get there. At least this December and last December are on par with each other. The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug topped $250 million while there were three others that topped $100 million. I think we will get the same result this month. Last year there were a lot more wide releases, but many of them bombed. I think this year the lack of competition will help more films reach their potential.
|3/7/2014||Mr. Peabody & Sherman||Egyptian Spectator/Italian Peasant #1||$111,506,430||$158,300,000||$269,806,430|
|9/6/2013||Hell Baby||Father Sebastian||$4,980||$0||$4,980|
|2/23/2007||Reno 911!: Miami||Deputy Travis Junior||$20,342,161||$1,509,201||$21,851,362|
|12/19/2014||Night at the Museum: Secret of …||Character Creator||$113,746,621||$242,800,000||$356,546,621|
|5/22/2009||Night at the Museum: Battle of …||Screenwriter,|