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Tim Kelleher

Best known as a Supporting Actor based on credits in that role in 6 films, with $1,157,869,133 worldwide aggregate box office (rank #1,532)
Best-Known Acting Roles: Thin Man (Inception), Stewart Goodman (Seven Pounds), Bishop (Matchstick Men), Argento (The Negotiator), Ted Sorensen (Thirteen Days)
Best-Known Technical Roles: Grudge Match (Screenwriter), Grudge Match (Story Creator)
Most productive collaborators: Leonardo DiCaprio, Christopher Nolan, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Ellen Page, Emma Thomas

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  MoviesDomestic
Box Office
International
Box Office
Worldwide
Box Office
As an ActorSupporting6$494,441,572$663,427,561$1,157,869,133
(Unclassified)1$34,566,746$31,987,801$66,554,547
In Technical RolesStory Creator1$29,807,260$40,000,000$69,807,260
Screenwriter1$29,807,260$40,000,000$69,807,260

2013 Preview: December

December 1st, 2013

The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug poster

We had some good news and some bad news in November. The bad news is the overall weakness at the box office continued and 2013 lost its lead over 2012. Strong runs by The Hunger Games: Catching Fire and Frozen did help it bounce back in the end, but 2013 is still going to have a tough time topping 2012. Looking forward to December, we find about a dozen wide releases, sort of. There are several films that are opening in limited release that are expected to expand wide by the end of the month, but I'm not sure that will be the case for all of them. The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug should be the easy winner this month and if it is a little lucky, it might even top its predecessor at the box office. There is a huge amount of hype surrounding Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues and it could double the first film's box office numbers. On the other hand, those two films might be the only two December wide releases to reach $100 million. There are a few that have the potential to get to the century mark, if they are big players during Awards Season. Obviously some of the films coming out this month will win awards, but there's already a lot of competition in theaters before the month begins. There were three $100 million movies last December, led by The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, so while it could be close, it looks like December will lose in the year-over-year comparison. This is really bad news, as 2013 can't afford to go out on a losing streak if it wants to top 2012. More...

Release
Date
TitleRoleDomestic
Box Office
International
Box Office
Worldwide
Box Office
7/16/2010 Inception Thin Man  $292,576,195 $540,008,221 $832,584,416
12/19/2008 Seven Pounds Stewart Goodman  $69,951,824 $96,665,504 $166,617,328
10/3/2008 Flash of Genius Charles Defao  $4,442,377 $61,734 $4,504,111
9/12/2003 Matchstick Men Bishop  $36,873,198 $22,292,102 $59,165,300
12/22/2000 Thirteen Days Ted Sorensen  $34,566,746 $31,987,801 $66,554,547
7/29/1998 The Negotiator Argento  $44,705,766 $4,400,000 $49,105,766
9/22/1989 Black Rain Bobby  $45,892,212 $0 $45,892,212
Movies: 7Totals:$529,008,318$695,415,362$1,224,423,680
  Averages:$75,572,617$99,345,052$174,917,669
Release
Date
TitleRoleDomestic
Box Office
International
Box Office
Worldwide
Box Office
12/25/2013 Grudge Match Story Creator,
Screenwriter 
$29,807,260 $40,000,000 $69,807,260
Movies: 1Totals:$29,807,260$40,000,000$69,807,260
  Averages:$29,807,260$40,000,000$69,807,260