| || ||Movies||Domestic|
|As an Actor||Supporting||7||$270,099,437||$236,353,492||$506,452,929|
|Lead Ensemble Member||5||$110,421,233||$50,358,835||$160,780,068|
|In Technical Roles||Composer||1||$51,855,045||$20,025,260||$71,880,305|
This graph shows Jason Schwartzman’s score on our annual analysis of leading stars at the box office. The Star Score represents points assigned to each of the leading stars of the top 100 movies (based on box office) in the current year and two preceding years. For appearing in the number one movie in a year a star gets 100 points, the number two movie 99 points and so on..
Latest Ranking on Selected Box Office Record Lists
|Top 100 Stars in Leading Roles at the Domestic Box Office (Rank 901-1,000)
|Top Stars at the Domestic Box Office (Rank 2,701-2,800)
|Top 100 Stars in Leading Roles at the International Box Office (Rank 1,201-1,300)
|Top Stars at the International Box Office (Rank 5,001-5,100)
|Top 100 Stars in Leading Roles at the Worldwide Box Office (Rank 1,001-1,100)
|Top Stars at the Worldwide Box Office (Rank 3,801-3,900)
|Top Grossing Composer at the Domestic Box Office (Rank 301-400)
|Top Grossing Executive Producer at the Domestic Box Office (Rank 5,901-6,000)
|Top Grossing Screenwriter at the Domestic Box Office (Rank 2,001-2,100)
|Top Grossing Story Creator at the Domestic Box Office (Rank 1,201-1,300)
|Top Grossing Composer at the International Box Office (Rank 401-500)
|Top Grossing Screenwriter at the International Box Office (Rank 1,701-1,800)
|Top Grossing Story Creator at the International Box Office (Rank 1,101-1,200)
|Top Grossing Composer at the Worldwide Box Office (Rank 401-500)
|Top Grossing Executive Producer at the Worldwide Box Office (Rank 6,901-7,000)
|Top Grossing Screenwriter at the Worldwide Box Office (Rank 2,001-2,100)
|Top Grossing Story Creator at the Worldwide Box Office (Rank 1,101-1,200)
See the Acting Credits tab for all Acting Box Office Records and the Technical Credits tab for all Technical Box Office Records.
April 1st, 2018
Well, March has ended and it was a very disappointing month. Black Panther made more than any of the new releases did. The only potential big hit that didn’t miss expectations was Ready Player One. Because of this, 2018 lost its lead over 2017 and is now over $100 million behind last year’s pace. April is usually a terrible month, because it is a dumping ground, especially late in the month. No studio wants to compete with the first monster hit of the Summer. This year, the first monster hit of the summer, Avengers: Infinity War, opens in April. It will make more during its opening weekend than any other April release will make in total. It might make more opening day than any other April release will make in total. The only film that has a real chance to earn more than $100 million is Rampage, a video game adaptation. Last April, The Fate of the Furious earned more than $1.2 billion worldwide, but “only” earned $225.76 million of that domestically. Infinity War should earn more than that opening weekend. The second biggest hit of last April was Smurfs: The Lost Village and Going in Style, both of which earned $45.02 million. If 2018 doesn’t retake the lead by the end of the month, then 2018 is in trouble at the box office.
August 28th, 2015
There are practically no films on this week's list that I think have a shot at box office success. That's not to say there are no films earning great reviews, but all of them have something that will hold them back. Most of the time, it's a simultaneous Video on Demand run. This includes Turbo Kid (Video on Demand); Z for Zachariah (Video on Demand); and Queen of Earth (Video on Demand). All could find audiences, but they will find them on the home market.
October 17th, 2014
It's an excellent week for limited releases with several films earning overwhelmingly positive reviews. This includes a couple that are also earning really loud buzz. Of these, Birdman is probably going to win the weekend race on the Per Theater Chart, while Dear White People should also be a hit. Diplomacy, Housebound, The Tale of Princess Kaguya, and others also deserve to find audiences, but not all will do so for various reasons (wrong genre, opening in Video on Demand, etc.).
December 9th, 2013
It's the 50th anniversary of Mary Poppins and Saving Mr. Banks is about to hit theaters. It's the perfect time for the film to make its high definition debut. So how does it look on Blu-ray? And is the total package worth picking up? Or should you stick with the 45th Anniversary DVD, which I previously reviewed?