|In Technical Roles||Second Unit Director||1||$3,740,823||$42,686,088||$46,426,911|
|Best known as a Second Unit Director based on a credit in that role in 1 film, with $46,426,911 worldwide aggregate box office (rank #343)|
|Best-Known Technical Roles: A Monster Calls (Second Unit Director), Grand Piano (Director)|
|Most productive collaborators: Sigourney Weaver, Juan Antonio Bayona, Felicity Jones, Patrick Ness, Lewis MacDougall|
May 19th, 2014
Grand Piano is a thriller that opened in limited release earlier this year. Thrillers rarely do well in limited release and this film proved to be no exception. Despite earning amazing reviews, the film opened below the Mendoza Line and disappeared in a matter of weeks. Granted, it was also playing on Video on Demand, so the theatrical numbers were an after thought. This week, it comes out on the home market, but will those who passed on it in theaters want to check it out now?
|1/6/2017||A Monster Calls||Second Unit Director||$3,740,823||$42,686,088||$46,426,911|