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Ed Harris

Best known as an Actor based on credits in that role in 63 films, with $3,993,087,031 worldwide aggregate box office (rank #178)
Best-Known Acting Roles: Mission Control Voice (Gravity), Mitch Wilkinson (National Treasure 2: Book of Secrets), William Parcher (A Beautiful Mind), Gene Kranz (Apollo 13), Blade Ranger (Planes: Fire and Rescue)
Best-Known Technical Roles: Appaloosa (Director), Pollock (Director)
Most productive collaborators: Sandra Bullock, Alfonso Cuarón, George Clooney, David Heyman, Orto Ignatiussen

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Box Office
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As an Actor(Unclassified)23$203,802,932$92,779,429$296,582,361
Lead Ensemble Member4$23,183,029$103,691,256$126,874,285
In Technical RolesDirector2$28,808,308$9,660,436$38,468,744
Executive Producer1$0$0$0

Run All Night Trailer

March 3rd, 2015

Run All Night

Thriller starring Liam Neeson and Ed Harris, directed by Juame Collet-Serra opens March 13... Full movie details... More...

2015 Preview: March

March 1st, 2015

Cinderella poster

February was strong thanks to The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water and Fifty Shades of Grey, both of which beat expectations. This March could actually be even better, as there are three or four films that have a decent shot at earning $100 million or more. The top film will likely be Cinderella, which has a real shot at $200 million. Insurgent will almost assuredly get beyond the $100 million mark, while Get Hard, Home, and perhaps Chappie will also get to the century mark. Last March, there were four $100 million hits, led by Divergent, which pulled in $150 million. While this March should be better than February, I'm not sure it will be better than last March. I don't think March 2015 will be much worse than last year, but I think its percentage lead will be chipped away at by the end of the month. More...

2014 Preview: July

July 1st, 2014

Dawn of the Planet of the Apes poster

Overall, June was not good. Most films matched expectations, or came close enough that there weren't major disappointments. However, it looks like How to Train Your Dragon 2 will miss expectations by more than $100 million. This was such a massive amount that 2014 lost its lead over 2013 and not even Transformers: Age of Extinction's $100 million opening was able to turn things around. Looking forward to July, there's not a lot of good news. Dawn of the Planet of the Apes might be the only film coming out during July that will reach the $100 million milestone, but on the high end, it might reach the $200 million mark. There are a few others that have a shot, but are not favored to reach the century mark. On the other hand, there are more films that may or may not open / expand wide and even if they do, they will likely have no real impact at the box office. By comparison, last July, Despicable Me 2 was the top draw and finished with more than $350 million. There were also four other films that surpassed $100 million at the box office. It seems practically impossible for 2014 to match those numbers and will likely finish the month behind last year's pace. Overall, 2014 isn't doing poorly, but the summer has been much weaker than the spring was, so we've gone from potential record breaking year to merely average.


Limited Releases are Looking Grand

March 7th, 2014

The Grand Budapest Hotel poster

This week the list of limited releases includes The Grand Budapest Hotel, which is earning amazing buzz and arguably better reviews. It will likely dominate the per theater chart so much so that the rest of the films might suffer as as result. This would be too bad, because there are several other films that deserve to find an audience. Grand Piano and In Fear are both earning great reviews, but as horror films playing on Video on Demand, their box office numbers will be nothing more than an afterthought. There are also a couple of comedies I'm interested in seeing, Journey To The West and No Clue, although the latter is only playing in Canada. More...

2013 Preview: April

April 1st, 2013

March is over and while it is a little too soon to tell where a few films will end their box office runs, it is clear Oz The Great and Powerful won the month. Some films beat expectations to become midlevel hits, like The Call, but it wasn't a great month at the box office, especially compared to last year. This month, there are only seven wide releases spread over four weeks. Only one of those films, Oblivion, has a shot at being anything more than a midlevel hit. None of the other six releases look like they will come close to $100 million, but none of them look like obvious bombs either. (Although I do have my worries when it comes to Scary Movie 5.) Last April was even weaker with no film earning $100 million, although Think Like a Man did come relatively close. We might actually see growth on the year-over-year comparison. We'd better, because 2013 is behind 2012's pace by a huge margin at the moment and things will get worse when May arrives. More...

2013 Preview: March

March 1st, 2013

February is over, and for the most part, we should be very happy it is done and buried. The biggest hit of the month turned out to be Identity Thief, which will cross $100 million shortly. There were also a couple of impressive midlevel hits, like Warm Bodies and Escape from Planet Earth, but for the most part, it was miss after miss. This is bad news for March, which is not only dealing with a slumping 2013 box office, but will be compared with a strong March of 2012. Last March started with The Lorax, which earned more than $200 million. There's a good chance no March release this year will reach this milestone. Last March was also the month The Hunger Games opened, which earned more than $400 million. There's a chance the top three films opening this month won't earn that much combined. 2013 is going to take a beating in the year-over-year comparison and it is already $100 million behind last year's pace. More...

Featured Blu-ray / DVD Review: Game Change

January 6th, 2013

The 2008 presidential campaign was a strange story. It was the first time in more than 50 years there would be no incumbent on either ticket and this meant both the Democrats and the Republicans had open primaries and this meant there were lots of contenders and lots of drama. One could write dozens of books and movies about the various stories of the 2008 campaign. Game Change tells one of many stories from that election focusing on McCain's decision to pick Sarah Palin as their Vice Presidential candidate. Is it worth checking out if you are a political junkie? Is it worth checking out even if you are not? More...

Box Office
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1/13/2017 Geostorm   $0 $0 $0
12/31/2015 In Dubious Battle   $0 $0 $0
3/13/2015 Cymbeline Cymbeline  $0 $0 $0
3/13/2015 Run All Night Shawn Maguire  $26,461,644 $40,500,000 $66,961,644
9/5/2014 Frontera Roy  $59,696 $0 $59,696
7/18/2014 Planes: Fire and Rescue Blade Ranger  $59,157,732 $37,500,000 $96,657,732
6/27/2014 Snowpiercer Wilford  $4,563,029 $76,622,919 $81,185,948
3/7/2014 The Face of Love Tom/Garret  $385,069 $5,707 $390,776
10/11/2013 Sweetwater Sheriff Jackson  $0 $0 $0
10/4/2013 Gravity Mission Control Voice  $274,092,705 $442,300,000 $716,392,705
4/26/2013 Pain & Gain Ed Du Bois  $49,875,291 $31,400,000 $81,275,291
3/1/2013 Phantom Demi  $1,034,589 $152,114 $1,186,703
1/8/2013 Game Change John McCain  $0 $0 $0
5/18/2012 Virginia Richard Tipton  $9,915 $0 $9,915
1/27/2012 Man on a Ledge David Englander  $18,620,000 $27,068,337 $45,688,337
7/15/2011 Salvation Boulevard Dr. Paul Blaylock  $28,468 $0 $28,468
4/29/2011 That's What I Am Mr. Simon  $6,400 $0 $6,400
12/29/2010 The Way Back Mr. Smith  $2,719,296 $4,622,022 $7,341,318
9/19/2008 Appaloosa Virgil Cole  $20,211,394 $7,700,059 $27,911,453
5/27/2008 Cleaner Eddie Lorenzo  $0 $3,768,452 $3,768,452
12/21/2007 National Treasure 2: Book of Secrets Mitch Wilkinson  $219,961,501 $237,364,303 $457,325,804
10/19/2007 Gone, Baby, Gone Detective Remy Broussard  $20,300,218 $14,051,944 $34,352,162
11/10/2006 Copying Beethoven Ludwig van Beethoven  $355,968 $0 $355,968
2/17/2006 Winter Passing Don Holden  $106,634 $6,291 $112,925
9/23/2005 A History of Violence Carl Fogarty  $31,493,782 $29,984,015 $61,477,797
10/31/2003 The Human Stain Lester Farley  $5,381,227 $13,998,160 $19,379,387
10/24/2003 Radio Coach Harold Jones  $52,333,738 $959,890 $53,293,628
7/25/2003 Buffalo Soldiers Colonel Wallace Berman  $353,743 $0 $353,743
7/24/2003 Masked and Anonymous Oscar Vogel  $533,344 $21,991 $555,335
12/27/2002 The Hours Richard  $41,597,830 $55,354,474 $96,952,304
9/20/2002 Apollo 13 (IMAX) Gene Kranz  $1,759,075 $460,127 $2,219,202
12/21/2001 A Beautiful Mind William Parcher  $170,708,996 $146,959,062 $317,668,058
3/16/2001 Enemy at the Gates Major Koenig  $51,396,781 $45,574,512 $96,971,293
12/15/2000 Pollock Jackson Pollock  $8,596,914 $1,960,377 $10,557,291
3/24/2000 Waking the Dead Jerry Carmichael  $327,418 $0 $327,418
12/29/1999 The Third Miracle Frank Shore  $736,592 $0 $736,592
12/25/1998 Stepmom Luke Harrison  $91,030,827 $68,607,617 $159,638,444
6/5/1998 The Truman Show Christof  $125,466,701 $138,500,000 $263,966,701
2/14/1997 Absolute Power Seth Frank  $50,007,168 $0 $50,007,168
6/7/1996 The Rock General Francis X Hummel  $133,955,936 $202,000,000 $335,955,936
1/12/1996 Eye for an Eye Mack McCann  $26,729,447 $0 $26,729,447
12/20/1995 Nixon E. Howard Hunt  $13,642,684 $21,000,000 $34,642,684
6/30/1995 Apollo 13 Gene Kranz  $172,036,360 $162,029,504 $334,065,864
2/17/1995 Just Cause Blair Sullivan  $36,830,090 $0 $36,830,090
8/31/1994 Milk Money Dad  $18,041,044 $0 $18,041,044
8/27/1993 Needful Things Sheriff Alan J. Pangborn  $15,185,672 $0 $15,185,672
6/30/1993 The Firm Wayne Tarrance  $158,340,892 $112,000,000 $270,340,892
9/30/1992 Glengarry Glen Ross Dave Moss  $10,725,228 $0 $10,725,228
1/1/1991 China Moon Kyle Bodine  $3,038,499 $0 $3,038,499
9/14/1990 State of Grace Frankie Flannery  $1,911,542 $0 $1,911,542
10/13/1989 To Kill a Priest Stefan  $30,000 $0 $30,000
8/9/1989 The Abyss Virgil "Bud" Brigman  $49,710,458 $0 $49,710,458
3/10/1989 Jacknife Dave "Highschool" Flannigan  $2,049,769 $0 $2,049,769
1/1/1987 Walker William Walker  $257,043 $0 $257,043
10/2/1985 Sweet Dreams Charlie Dick  $9,085,049 $0 $9,085,049
9/27/1985 Code Name: Emerald Gus Lang  $515,029 $0 $515,029
4/3/1985 Alamo Bay Shang  $380,970 $0 $380,970
9/21/1984 Places in the Heart Wayne Lomax  $34,900,814 $0 $34,900,814
4/13/1984 Swing Shift Jack Walsh  $6,650,206 $0 $6,650,206
10/21/1983 The Right Stuff John Glenn  $21,192,102 $0 $21,192,102
10/21/1983 Under Fire Oates  $5,696,391 $0 $5,696,391
11/10/1982 Creepshow Hank Blain  $20,036,244 $0 $20,036,244
2/1/1978 Coma Pathology Resident  $0 $0 $0
Movies: 63Totals:$2,070,615,154$1,922,471,877$3,993,087,031
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10/11/2013 Sweetwater Executive Producer $0 $0 $0
9/19/2008 Appaloosa Director $20,211,394 $7,700,059 $27,911,453
12/15/2000 Pollock Director $8,596,914 $1,960,377 $10,557,291
Movies: 3Totals:$28,808,308$9,660,436$38,468,744