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Joe Cornish

Best known as a Screenwriter based on credits in that role in 3 films, with $899,791,182 worldwide aggregate box office (rank #205)
Best-known technical roles: Ant-Man (Screenwriter), Ant-Man (Story Creator), The Adventures of Tintin (Screenwriter), Attack the Block (Director), Attack the Block (Screenwriter)
Most productive collaborators: Paul Rudd, Peyton Reed, Edgar Wright, Evangeline Lilly, Corey Stoll

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Career Summary


  MoviesDomestic
Box Office
International
Box Office
Worldwide
Box Office
In Technical RolesScreenwriter3$258,818,169$640,973,013$899,791,182
Director2$1,024,175$5,435,008$6,459,183
Story Creator1$180,202,163$339,135,885$519,338,048

Latest Ranking on Selected Box Office Record Lists


2015 Preview: July

July 1st, 2015

Minions

June was a much better month than expected due to two films, Jurassic World and Inside Out. Had those two films merely matched expectations, then 2015 would have likely fallen behind 2014. As for this coming month, there are five weekends in July and each week there is at least one film with the potential to reach $100 million. Most weeks there are two films that at least have a shot at getting to the century mark. The biggest hit of the month will likely be Minions, which has already opened in several international markets and it's ahead of Despicable Me 2 at the same point. That film made more than $300 million and nearly $1 billion worldwide, so any growth would be fantastic. There are also a number of potential $200 million films, led by Ant-man. Ant-man is the latest release in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, a franchise that has averaged $300 million domestically over eleven films and all of the past six films have reached at least $200 million. I'm not saying this one is guaranteed to do the same, but you can't dismiss that possibility. Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation and Pixels have smaller chances to get to $200 million, but you have to at least entertain the possibility. Additionally, last July was a lot weaker than this July looks to be, so 2015 should win in the year-over-year comparison most weeks. Or I might have let the box office success of June cloud my judgment. We will soon find out. More...

All Technical Credits


Release
Date
TitleRoleDomestic
Box Office
International
Box Office
Worldwide
Box Office
3/1/2019 The Kid Who Would Be King Director $0 $0 $0
7/17/2015 Ant-Man Screenwriter,
Story Creator 
$180,202,163 $339,135,885 $519,338,048
12/21/2011 The Adventures of Tintin Screenwriter $77,591,831 $296,402,120 $373,993,951
7/29/2011 Attack the Block Director,
Screenwriter 
$1,024,175 $5,435,008 $6,459,183
Movies: 4Totals:$258,818,169$640,973,013$899,791,182
  Averages:$64,704,542$160,243,253$224,947,796

Director Credits


Release
Date
TitleOpening
Weekend
Box Office
Max
Theater
Count
Domestic
Box Office
Worldwide
Box Office
Domestic
Share
3/1/2019 The Kid Who Would Be King $0 0 $0 $0 0.0%
7/29/2011 Attack the Block $139,506 66 $1,024,175 $6,459,183 15.9%
Movies: 2Totals:  $1,024,175$6,459,183 
 Averages:$69,75333$512,088$3,229,59215.9%


Writer Credits


Release
Date
TitleOpening
Weekend
Box Office
Max
Theater
Count
Domestic
Box Office
Worldwide
Box Office
Domestic
Share
7/17/2015 Ant-Man $57,225,526 3,868 $180,202,163 $519,338,048 34.7%
12/21/2011 The Adventures of Tintin $9,720,993 3,087 $77,591,831 $373,993,951 20.7%
7/29/2011 Attack the Block $139,506 66 $1,024,175 $6,459,183 15.9%
Movies: 4Totals:  $439,020,332$1,419,129,230 
 Averages:$31,077,8882,722$109,755,083$354,782,30826.5%


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