|As an Actor||Supporting||12||$672,888,170||$900,088,763||$1,572,976,933|
|Lead Ensemble Member||2||$419,764||$739,253||$1,159,017|
|Best known as a Supporting Actress based on credits in that role in 12 films, with $1,572,976,933 worldwide aggregate box office (rank #946)|
|Best-Known Acting Roles: Beth Johanssen (The Martian), U.S. Marshal (Iron Man 2), Sue Storm/The Invisible Woman (Fantastic Four), (Brokeback Mountain), Sarah Fenn (Shooter)|
|Most productive collaborators: Ridley Scott, Matt Damon, Simon Kinberg, Jessica Chastain, Drew Goddard|
September 1st, 2016
August continued to pad 2016’s lead over 2015 in the year-over-year comparison. It managed this feat almost entirely due to Suicide Squad, which is on pace to hit $300 million. The next best film was Sausage Party, which might make $100 million, if it gets a push over the top. September won’t be as strong as that. This is no surprise, as the month is one of the biggest dumping grounds on the calendar. That said, studios have been working to make the end of the month a lot more productive and there are a few potential hits. The biggest of these is The Magnificent Seven, which is expected to crack $100 million, maybe even $150 million. Meanwhile, Sully and Storks both have a limited chance at $100 million. Last September, the biggest release of the month was Hotel Transylvania 2 with pulled in $169.70 million. I don’t think The Magnificent Seven will match that, so we might need a surprise $100 million hit for 2016 to come out on top.
August 26th, 2016
A corporate troubleshooter is sent to a remote, top-secret location, where she is to investigate and evaluate a terrifying accident. She learns the event was triggered by a seemingly innocent “human,” who presents a mystery of both infinite promise and incalculable danger.
January 19th, 2016
The Martian opened in early October and became a huge box office and critical success. The film became the biggest hit in Ridley Scott's career and recently picked up seven Oscar nominations. Will I love it as much as the average critic did? Or will I be in the minority here?
September 1st, 2015
As September begins, the box office is in a slump. August was terrible and only Straight Outta Compton escaped with its dignity intact. Fortunately, we expected August to be terrible, so the box office isn't any lower than anticipated. As for September, there are two wide releases expected to earn more than $100 million, which is better than most years. Those two films are Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials and Hotel Transylvania 2, both sequels. There are four other films that could become midlevel hits, so we have good depth as well. By comparison, last September there were also two $100 million hits, The Maze Runner and The Equalizer. However, there were only two midlevel hits, so it appears this year has better depth. Frankly, 2015 has such a large lead over 2014 that all it needs to do is maintain pace for the rest of the year to be considered a success. If September can help 2015 grow its lead, then the overall industry should be very happy.
August 1st, 2015
It is still a little too soon to tell how July will finish, as we don't have any numbers for the final weekend at the time of writing. We know Minions was a monster hit and that Ant-man will be a financial success. However, until we see how Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation does, it will be impossible to call the month a true success. If Rogue Nation bombed this weekend, then the month is only a partial success. It would also mean the summer of 2015 could be coming to an abrupt end. As for August, only Fantastic Four has a better than 50/50 chance of reaching $100 million; although some people think Straight Outta Compton also has a shot at that milestone. Besides those two, only a couple of other films even have a realistic shot at becoming midlevel hits. Worse still, last August was amazing with Guardians of the Galaxy breaking records. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles also did better than expected with a domestic haul of nearly $200 million. No release this August is going to match that figure. There's a good chance the top two releases combined won't do so. Fortunately, 2015 has a sizable lead over 2014, so even a soft month will keep 2015 ahead in the year-over-year comparison.
|12/31/2016||Megan Leavey||Megan Leavey||$0||$0||$0|
|12/2/2016||Man Down||Natalie Drummer||$0||$0||$0|
|10/2/2015||The Martian||Beth Johanssen||$228,433,663||$411,622,200||$640,055,863|
|8/7/2015||Fantastic Four||Sue Storm/The Invisible Woman||$56,117,548||$111,000,000||$167,117,548|
|5/7/2010||Iron Man 2||U.S. Marshal||$312,433,331||$311,128,000||$623,561,331|
|8/28/2009||The Open Road||Lucy||$19,716||$0||$19,716|
|3/2/2007||Full of It||Annie Dray||$14,273||$0||$14,273|
|12/22/2006||We Are Marshall||Annie Cantrell||$43,545,364||$0||$43,545,364|
|10/15/1999||Joe the King||Allyson||$60,279||$0||$60,279|