|As an Actor||Supporting||6||$1,147,277,095||$1,872,766,447||$3,020,043,542|
|Lead Ensemble Member||2||$20,408,120||$119,627,592||$140,035,712|
|Best known as a Supporting Actor based on credits in that role in 6 films, with $3,020,043,542 worldwide aggregate box office (rank #285)|
|Best-Known Acting Roles: Galen Erso (Rogue One: A Star Wars Story), Kaecilius (Doctor Strange), Draco (Clash of the Titans), Le Chiffre (Casino Royale), Tristan (King Arthur)|
|Most productive collaborators: Gareth Edwards, Felicity Jones, Diego Luna, Chris Weitz, Ben Mendelsohn|
March 27th, 2017
Rogue One: A Star Wars Story is the first in a series of standalone movies movies Disney is planning for the Star Wars franchise. There were some who questioned whether or not audiences would show up to a Star Wars movie if it wasn’t directly part of the overall story. Turns out the answer to that question is yes, to the tune of over $1 billion worldwide. This was nearly 50% less than The Force Awakens earned, but is it also much weaker in terms of quality?
February 20th, 2017
Doctor Strange was the first time that magic was really strongly introduced into the Marvel Cinematic Universe and some thought the film was a bit of a risk as a result. Instead, the film became the second biggest introductory film in the MCU, behind only Guardians of the Galaxy. Is it as good as its box office numbers would suggest? Or has the MCU become self-sustaining generating hundreds of million of dollars regardless of quality?
November 1st, 2016
October turned out to be a mixed month. On the one hand, not one movie earned $100 million, or even came close. However, it was also a more steady month than last October and the last two weeks really helped 2016 in the year-over-year comparisons. In November, we have five films with at least a shot at $100 million, three of which should have no trouble getting to at least $200 million. A little while ago, I thought Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them would be the biggest hit of the month, but the buzz took a hit recently. More on that below. Meanwhile, Doctor Strange’s reviews are currently 90% positive and that should help it out at the box office. The third very likely $200 million hit is Moana. There is certainly precedent for an animated movie to be a monster hit at this time of year, but there is also a lot of competition. Last November was similar in strength, with five films that earned more than $100 million and two films that earned more than $200 million. None earned more than $300 million, so that’s the goal for this November. If we can get one $300 million and / or three $200 million movies over the month, then it will be seen as a victory.
May 30th, 2014
It's a mixed bag for limited releases with a number of movies earning weak reviews or that have almost no chance at the box office. There are also some that are good enough to thrive, like Elena - Reviews or Lucky Them - Reviews. But the best movie according to critics is We are the Best! - Reviews.
December 19th, 2013
Part III of the Holiday Gift Guide is a little late due to reasons you probably don't want to hear the details about. (I believe I've developed a food allergy to something in Eggnog.) The third installment of our holiday gift guide includes independent films, classics, foreign films, etc. The fastest way to find gifts is to go to the Independent Spirit Awards nominations and find any film that is on that list that is already out on DVD / Blu-ray (Frances Ha, Mud, etc.). Unfortunately, most of the films competing for Awards Season glory are still in theaters and not available as gifts. But there are still many films worth picking up, starting with...
July 12th, 2013
There are nine films on this week's list, including four that are earning overwhelmingly positive reviews. It is unlikely that all of them will find success, as the competition is high. Both Terms and Conditions May Apply and The Hunt should do well, but will have trouble expanding. On the other hand, I don't think strong reviews will translate into ticket sales for Crystal Fairy. This leaves Fruitvale Station as the best bet. Then again, predicting limited release success is even harder than predicting box office numbers for wide releases.
|12/16/2016||Rogue One: A Star Wars Story||Galen Erso||$532,177,324||$518,811,164||$1,050,988,488|
|4/22/2016||Mænd og Høns||Elias||$30,207||$127,592||$157,799|
|5/30/2014||Michael Kohlhaas||Michael Kohlhaas||$0||$0||$0|
|12/31/2012||Dronningen og livlaegen||$0||$0||$0|
|11/9/2012||En kongelig affære||Johann Friedrich Struensee||$1,546,761||$17,436,516||$18,983,277|
|10/21/2011||The Three Musketeers||Rochefort||$20,377,913||$119,500,000||$139,877,913|
|6/11/2010||Coco Chanel and Igor Stravinsky||Igor Stravinsky||$1,725,982||$4,100,000||$5,825,982|
|4/1/2010||Clash of the Titans||Draco||$163,214,888||$330,000,000||$493,214,888|
|7/31/2009||Flammen og Citronen||$148,089||$1,487,152||$1,635,241|
|11/17/2006||Casino Royale||Le Chiffre||$167,365,000||$427,055,283||$594,420,283|
|12/10/2004||The Green Butchers||Svend||$2,483||$0||$2,483|
|3/12/2004||Wilbur Wants to Kill Himself||Horst||$233,053||$0||$233,053|