|As an Actor||Supporting||3||$17,324,104||$267,073||$17,591,177|
Jill Marie Jones
|Best known as a Supporting Actor based on credits in that role in 3 films, with $17,591,177 worldwide aggregate box office (rank #42,302)|
|Best-Known Acting Roles: Ronnie Macer (The Longshots), Robin (The Perfect Holiday)|
|Most productive collaborators: Ice Cube, Fred Durst, Keke Palmer, Bob Weinstein, Dash Mihok|
August 21st, 2017
I previously reviewed the first season of Ash vs The Evil Dead and loved it. The ratings were also very good and it was renewed for a second season. The network renewed the show for a third season less than a week after the second season premiere. However, ratings slipped and the season finale was watched by barely more than half of the people who watched the first season finale. Does this mean the quality tanked? Am I still excited for season three?
December 8th, 2016
The first installment of our Holiday Gift Guide was a little shorter than I would have liked, because there wasn’t much in the way of first-run releases and franchise box sets. The second installment is going to be even shorter. That’s not to say there isn’t a lot of TV on DVD releases that would make worthy gifts, but we limit ourselves to first seasons and complete series Megasets. You don’t need us to tell you if Modern Family: Season Seven would make a good gift, for example. If the recipient hasn’t started watching the show yet, they are likely not into it. (There is an exception to this rule this year, but more on that down below.) The number of high-quality new shows that have a first season out on DVD / Blu-ray are very limited. Atlanta is amazing, but the first season is only out on Video on Demand. The first season of Luke Cage is only available on Netflix. Furthermore, there are not a lot Megasets worth talking about. That said, we begin with not just a Megaset, but a Gigaset. Perhaps even a Teraset!
August 22nd, 2016
Bruce Campbell returns to Evil Dead, this time in the TV show, Ash vs The Evil Dead. Turning a movie into a TV show, especially a cult classic from 30 years ago, seems like a risky prospect. Does it pay off? Will fans of the show want to pick it up?
|8/22/2008||The Longshots||Ronnie Macer||$11,511,323||$267,073||$11,778,396|
|12/12/2007||The Perfect Holiday||Robin||$5,812,781||$0||$5,812,781|