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Matt Damon

Matt Damon
By nicolas genin from Paris, France [CC-BY-SA-2.0], via Wikimedia Commons
Best known as a Leading Actor based on credits in that role in 32 films, with $5,332,651,279 worldwide aggregate box office (rank #14)
Best-Known Acting Roles: Mark Watney (The Martian), Jason Bourne (Jason Bourne), Dr. Mann (Interstellar), Jason Bourne (The Bourne Ultimatum), Texas Ranger La Boeuf (True Grit)
Best-Known Technical Roles: Jason Bourne (Screenwriter), Jason Bourne (Producer), Good Will Hunting (Screenwriter), Good Will Hunting (Story Creator), Manchester by the Sea (Producer)
Most productive collaborators: Paul Greengrass, Ridley Scott, Tommy Lee Jones, Jessica Chastain, George Clooney
Born: October 8th, 1970 (47 years old)

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As an ActorLeading32$2,579,994,041$2,752,657,238$5,332,651,279
Lead Ensemble Member6$472,174,343$877,312,511$1,349,486,854
In Technical RolesProducer4$217,486,189$288,768,420$506,254,609
Story Creator1$138,433,435$87,500,000$225,933,435

2017 Preview: December

December 1st, 2017

The Last Jedi

The box office was mostly as expected during November. Granted, Thor: Ragnarok over-performed and Justice League underperformed, but overall there were no real surprises. This means the month started slow, but we got a couple of wins in the end and that bodes well going into the final month of the year. That said, December is a weird month. There are five weekends, but only seven films that I’m sure are opening truly wide. Additionally, five of those seven films are opening Christmas weekend. I’ve never seen a month this lop-sided. There are no real wide releases the first two weeks of the month, so we will likely start slow again, but when The Last Jedi debuts, we should see explosive growth at the box office. It will open with more than any film last December made and that should help 2017 cut into 2016’s lead. 2017 won’t be able to close the gap entirely, but the month could do well enough to cut 2016’s lead to under $250 million. That’s my goal. If that happens, I will be happy. More...

Downsizing Trailer

November 2nd, 2017

Black comedy starring Matt Damon and Kristen Wiig, written and directed by Alexander Payne, opens December 22 ... Full Movie Details. More...

Weekend Predictions: Can Jigsaw Still Fit at the Box Office?

October 26th, 2017


There are three wide releases coming out this week, although only Jigsaw is expected to make any real impact at the box office. The other two, Suburbicon and Thank You for Your Service, are opening in barely more than 2,000 theaters and neither of them are expected to do well at the box office. Meanwhile, Tyler Perry’s Boo 2: A Madea Halloween, has an actual shot at repeating in first place, mostly because of the weak competition. This is terrible news for the overall box office, as it means we are going to have a hard time matching last year’s box office, even though last year there was only one wide release, Inferno. More...

The Numbers Turns 20: Database Census Report

October 19th, 2017

The Numbers

The Numbers celebrates is 20th anniversary this week and as we previously stated, the site has grown a lot over those 20 years. How big has it grown? Let’s look at some of the stats. More...

2017 Preview: October

October 1st, 2017

Blade Runner 2049

September destroyed the previous September monthly record for total box office take, with $800 million or so (we won’t know the exact figure until after the weekend), which tops 2016’s record of $616 million. Granted, this is almost entirely due to It’s record breaking run, and the rest of the month was merely average. Kingsman: The Golden Circle was the only other film to come close to $100 million. October doesn’t look any better, as far as depth is concerned. Blade Runner 2049 is widely expected to be the biggest hit of the month, but it is the only film expected to reach $100 million domestically. Boo 2 should be the second biggest hit of the month, while there are only a couple of other films that have a shot at $50 million. Part of the problem is the level of competition, as there are 16 films opening during the four October weekends. (Needless to say, some of the predictions below will be a little short, as there’s not much to say about a film that will barely open in the top ten and disappear two weeks later.) That’s way too many and most will be buried by the competition. Last October was a flop, as no film earned more than $100 million at the box office. There were a few films that came close, including the original Boo! movie. As long as Blade Runner 2049 matches expectations, 2017 should win the year-over-year comparison by a small margin. If we get one surprise hit, then 2017 has a real shot at closing the gap with 2016 by a significant margin. I choose to be cautiously optimistic. More...

Suburbicon Trailer

July 27th, 2017

Black comedy starring Matt Damon and Julianne Moore, directed by George Clooney, written by Joel and Ethan Coen, opens October 27 ... Full Movie Details. More...

Home Market Releases for May 23rd, 2017

May 24th, 2017

My Life as a Zucchini

It is a great week on the home market with two monster hits coming out: Logan and Get Out. However, both have previously been named Pick of the Week. Fortunately there was one other release in competition for Pick of the Week, My Life as a Zucchini on Blu-ray. Thank goodness this film comes out this week. Otherwise, John Wick: Chapter Two would have become the third Video on Demand release in a row to win Pick of the Week. More...

The Great Wall Trailer

February 10th, 2017

Historical action adventure starring Matt Damon, directed by Zhang Yimou, opens February 17 ... Full Movie Details. More...

2017 Preview: February

February 1st, 2017

The Lego Batman Movie

January turned out to be a good month. Granted, it didn’t live up to last January, but its box office was one of the top five Januarys of all time, so that’s still a good start to the year. Also, we will have our first $100 million movie released in 2017 and that doesn’t happen this early very often. As for February, there’s potentially the first $200 million hit of the year, The Lego Batman Movie. Fifty Shades Darker and The Great Wall both have a shot at $100 million. That said, it is more likely that both will miss that milestone than both will get there. As for the rest of the films, there are a few that are aiming for solid midlevel hits, like John Wick: Chapter Two and Get Out, while there are very few potential bombs. By comparison, last February there was one monster hit, Deadpool, and a lot of bombs. No other movie besides Deadpool made $50 million. No movie opening this month will match Deadpool, but we won’t have as many bombs either, so hopefully that will balance out and 2017 won’t fall further behind 2016. More...

Weekend Estimates: Matt Damon Shows Star Power Can Matter

July 31st, 2016

Jason Bourne

When it comes to “star power” in Hollywood, I’ve been a skeptic ever since we launched our Bankability Index, and started looking at the real influence a single actor has on the performance of a film. With some notable exceptions (Tom Cruise and Sandra Bullock chief among them these days), actors generally don’t move the box office dial much when they appear in a generic film. But this weekend’s opening of Jason Bourne shows what the combination of the right actor in the right role can do. In spite of virtually identical reviews to 2012’s The Bourne Legacy, the new film, a franchise un-re-boot if you will, starring Matt Damon in the role he made iconic, will post a very solid $60 million this weekend. To be fair, that’s a bit behind the inflation-adjusted openings of The Bourne Ultimatum and The Bourne Supremacy, but it’s far better than the $38 million earned by Legacy when it debuted. More...

Friday Estimates: Bourne doesn’t have the Ultimate Opening Friday, but still on Pace for $60 million Weekend

July 30th, 2016

Jason Bourne

Jason Bourne dominated the Friday box office chart, earning $22.71 million. I’ve seen reports that this is the biggest opening day for a Matt Damon movie, but The Bourne Ultimatum did better with $24.67 million. That film also earned much better reviews than this film did, so it likely won’t have the same legs. It did earn an A- with CinemaScore, so that will help a little. It will likely have similar legs to Star Trek Beyond. Beyond did earn better reviews, but Star Trek has a bigger fanboy factor, which hurt its legs. That will give the film $60 million over the weekend, more or less. More...

The Great Wall Trailer

July 28th, 2016

Action movie starring Matt Damon, directed by Zhang Yimou opens February 17, 2017 ... Full Movie Details. More...

Weekend Predictions: Will Jason be a Bourne Again Box Office Hit?

July 28th, 2016

Jason Bourne

The month of July comes to an end this weekend and there are three wide releases hoping the month goes out on a high note. Jason Bourne is the only one with a shot at first place, while Bad Moms is looking to become a solid counter-programming hit. Meanwhile, Nerve opened on Wednesday and it just doesn’t want to slip between the cracks. As far as holdovers are concerned, Star Trek Beyond's daily numbers are average for the summer, but that will still be enough to hit the century mark over the weekend. It won’t be the only film to reach $100 million over the weekend. This weekend last year was led by Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation with $55.52 million. I don’t think Jason Bourne will top that, but since the second best film, Vacation, made less than $15 million, I think 2016 will win on depth. More...

2016 Preview: July

July 1st, 2016

The Secret Life of Pets

It's July 1st, which is Canada Day. To celebrate, I wanted to give a gift to my American readers down south, so here's a bunch of "u"s. U, u, u, u, u, u, u, u, u, u, u, u, u, u, u, u, u, u, u, u, u, u, u, u, u, u, u, u, u, u, u, u, u, u, u, u, u, u, u, u, u, u, u, u. Now you can spell words like "colour" and "neighbour" correctly. As for the July preview... June wasn't a good month, despite Finding Dory being on pace to become the biggest hit of the year so far. Most other films failed to match expectations and as a result, 2016's lead over 2015 has nearly evaporated. In fact, ticket sales are below last year's pace. So how does July look in comparison? Well, last July, there were five films that earned more than $100 million, led by Minions, which earned more than $300 million. This July, there are five films that should earn more than $100 million, led by The Secret Life of Pets, which should earned around $250 million. I don't think July 2016 will live up to July 2015, but it should be close. Maybe if one of the expected midlevel hits is a surprise $100 million hit, or if two more of the $100 million hits crack $200 million, then the month will look great. Or one of the expected $100 million hits could flop and 2016 will actually fall behind 2015, even without taking into account ticket price inflation. More...

Featured Blu-ray / DVD Review: The Martian: Extended Edition

June 11th, 2016

The Martian

I previously reviewed The Martian when it first came out on the home market all of five months ago… Let’s just state for the record that five months is far too short of a time between a release and a special edition. Anything less than a year feels more like a cash grab than something special. That said, is the Extended Edition of this film worth checking out? Is it worth picking up? Is it worth a double-dip? More...

Jason Bourne Trailer

April 21st, 2016

Thriller starring Matt Damon and Tommy Lee Jones, directed by Paul Greengrass, opens July 29 ... Full Movie Details. More...

2015 Awards Season: Oscar Winners... And the Oscar Goes to Spotlight for Best Picture

February 28th, 2016


It’s Oscar day and, if all goes to plan, I will be live-blogging the ceremony tonight. Here is the list of nominees marked according to predictions from our readers, and my personal wishes. Nominees in Bold are the ones predicted to win by our readers (we’ll have a full rundown of the predictions at noon, after the contest ends). If I am predicting a different film, those are in Italics. Meanwhile, the nominees I want to win, but don’t think will win, are Underlined. There are a few categories where the film I really think deserves the award was not even nominated, plus a few I don’t have a real opinion on.


2015 Awards Season: Oscar Preview

February 28th, 2016

The Revenant

It’s Oscar day and, if all goes to plan, I will be live-blogging the ceremony tonight. Here is the list of nominees marked according to predictions from our readers, and my personal wishes. Nominees in Bold are the ones predicted to win by our readers (we’ll have a full rundown of the predictions at noon, after the contest ends). If I am predicting a different film, those are in Italics. Meanwhile, the nominees I want to win, but don’t think will win, are Underlined. There are a few categories where the film I really think deserves the award was not even nominated, plus a few I don’t have a real opinion on.

If you haven’t done so already, it’s not too late to enter our Oscar competition, and win all Best Picture nominees on Blu-ray or DVD. More...

2015 Awards Season: Oscar Highlight: Best Lead Actor

February 26th, 2016

The Revenant

With our annual Oscar Prediction contest underway, now is the best time to look at the nominees and try and figure out who the favorites are and which films should just feel honored to be nominated. If Leonardo DiCaprio doesn't win, there will be rioting in the streets. More...

Featured Blu-ray / DVD Review: The Martian

January 19th, 2016

The Martian

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? More...

2015 Awards Season: Oscars - Nominations

January 15th, 2016

The Revenant

The Oscar nominations were announced at 5:30 am Pacific time. Nothing is good that early in the morning. Worse still, this was a terrible year for snubs, especially when it comes to diversity of the nominees. The voters for the Oscars are 94% white and 77% male... but that's still more diverse than the list of nominees. The Revenant led the way with 12 nominations and it is expected to win a few of those, while it is a serious contender in most of the categories it was nominated in. More...

2015 - Awards Season: Golden Globes - Winners

January 11th, 2016

The Revenant

The Golden Globes were handed out on Sunday evening. There were a few minor surprises and some infuriating results. On the other hand, no one film truly dominated, with The Revenant leading the way with just three wins. Only two other movies earned more than one win, The Martian and Steve Jobs. More...

2015 - Awards Season: BAFTA - Nominations

January 9th, 2016

Bridge of Spies

The BAFTA nominations were announced and you can read them on their site... in alphabetical order. Alphabetical order is very useful in most circumstances, but not here. On the other hand, the nominees within each category are not presented in alphabetical order. ... Are the BAFTAs trolling us? As for the actual nominees, the big winners here are Bridge of Spies and Carol, both of which earned nine nominations. For Carol, this is just another impressive score, but this was a pleasant surprise for Bridge of Spies. More...

2015 - Awards Season: Golden Globes - Nominations

December 10th, 2015


The Golden Globes nominations were announced this morning and we are already beginning to see a trend for this year's Awards Season. For the most part, the same films are coming up over and over again. Carol led the way with five awards, while there was a three-way tie for second place with The Big Short, The Revenant and Steve Jobs each picking up four. More...

International Box Office: Mars is in Ascension

October 8th, 2015

The Martian

The Martian opened in first place with $45.2 million on 9,299 screens in 50 markets. This includes a first place, 10.01 million opening on 582 theaters in the U.K. This was the biggest opening for both the director and the star. The film had a similarly strong opening in Australia earning first place with $4.28 million on 582 screens. It also earned first place in Hong Kong ($2.26 million on 70 screens) and Taiwan ($1.68 million on 137 screens). It only managed second place in Italy with $2.53 million on 464 screens and in Mexico with $2.9 million on 1,757, while it debuted in third place in Brazil with $1.82 million on 507. Overall, the film it doing about as well internationally as it did here, which is good news for Fox. More...

Weekend Predictions: Will Martian's Opening be Out of This World?

October 2nd, 2015

The Martian

The Martian is the only true wide release this week, but it might not be the only new release in the top ten. The Sci-fi adventure film is earning award-worthy reviews and is also being praised for being an inspiring portrayal of science on the big screen. Sicario is expanding its theater count to 2,500, which should push it into the top five. The Walk opened in IMAX screens on Wednesday, but it missed the top ten place and it will likely fall. This weekend last year, Gone Girl and Annabelle both opened with between $37 million and $38 million. The Martian will open with more than either of those films opened with. However, it won't open with more than both of them combined. We will need good growth from Sicario and solid legs from Hotel Transylvania 2 to match last year's result. More...

2015 Preview: October

October 1st, 2015

The Martian

September ended on a record note with the debut of Hotel Transylvania 2. Additionally, there was great depth and 2015's lead over 2014 grew to nearly $500 million. How do things look going forward? The month starts out with The Martian, which should have no trouble becoming the biggest hit of the month and might even top $200 million. On the other hand, no other film is expected to get to $100 million. There's only one or two that will even come close. Fortunately, last October was very similar with one $100 million hit, Gone Girl, while two other films came close, Annabelle and Fury. It looks like it will be up to the depth films from both years to determine which year comes out on top. More...

Featured Blu-ray review: Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron

May 12th, 2014

Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron was an early film from DreamWorks Animation. It cost $80 million to make, and likely another $30 million to $40 million to advertise. However, worldwide it barely matched its combined production budget. On the other hand, it earned an Oscar nomination for Best Animated Feature film. (Granted, it was a soft year for animated films and only three films earning a Tomatometer Score of 80% positive or better: Spirited Away, Lilo and Stitch, and The Wild Thornberrys. The last one didn't even pick up an Oscar nomination.) It has been more than a decade since so maybe it has gotten better with time. Is that the case? And is the Blu-ray worth picking up? More...

2014 Preview: February

January 31st, 2014

Lego poster

After a weak start, January rebounded and a couple of films on last month's preview cracked $100 million at the box office. Granted, Lone Survivor is technically a December release, but Ride Along will become one of the rare January releases to reach the century mark. Unfortunately, there doesn't appear to be too many February releases that have a real shot at $100 million. It is very likely that The Lego Movie will reach that milestone, but most of the rest of the movies will be lucky if they reach $50 million. Last February was very similar. We had one surprise $100 million hit, Identity Thief, plus a couple of solid midlevel hits, Warm Bodies, for instance. However, for the most part, the month was one miss after another. This means 2014 could continue its winning ways, or at the very least, shouldn't fall behind 2013's pace. More...

2013 Preview: August

August 1st, 2013

July was hit and miss at the box office, mostly miss. In fact, only two films really topped expectations, Despicable Me 2 and The Conjuring. That said, 2013 has nearly closed the gap with 2012 and it won't take much to pull ahead. Looking forward to August, we find that it is a very busy month with 16 or so films opening wide over five weeks. Of course, the closer you get to September, the more likely these films will struggle to find an audience, and more often than not, there are simply too many films opening wide to suspect they will all find an audience. On the high end, 2 Guns could be the biggest hit of the month with just over $100 million. The Smurfs 2 and Elysium could pull in $100 million. All three of those films are opening in the first two weeks of the month. After that, most of the new releases will be lucky if they reach $50 million during their theatrical runs. By comparison, last August was not as busy with 14 wide releases. Of those, only one film, The Bourne Legacy, topped $100 million, although a couple came reasonably close. Hopefully we will have more $100 million hits this time around and 2013 will be able to complete the comeback. More...

2013 Preview: January

January 1st, 2013

December ended on a positive note with 2012 topping 2011 with a week to spare. Hopefully this will translate into strong box office numbers going forward. There are several January releases that actually look very interesting, but you always have to ask, if the films are as good as they look, why are they opening in January? The biggest hit on this list will likely not be a January release, but a limited release from December that is expanding wide in January. Zero Dark Thirty opened in limited release the Wednesday before Christmas and right away it got off to an incredible start. If it can turn some of its Awards Season nominations into wins, which seems very likely at this point, it should be the biggest hit of January. If it can earn some major Oscars, then it might crack $100 million. Unfortunately, no other film on this release list is likely to come close to the $100 million mark. Last January was unseasonably strong with three films opening with $20 million or more and four films finishing with $50 million or more. It is possible that none of the new releases will reach those relatively weak standards. More...

Limited Releases: Keeping Their Promises

December 28th, 2012

The end of the year has a few limited releases trying to get a last chance for Oscar glory with Oscar qualifying runs. Promised Land is clearly the biggest film of the week, but its reviews suggest it won't even thrive in limited release. More...

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6/8/2018 Ocean’s 8 Linus Caldwell  $0 $0 $0
12/31/2017 Charlatan   $0 $0 $0
12/22/2017 Downsizing Paul Safranek  $0 $0 $0
10/27/2017 Suburbicon Gardner Lodge  $5,775,178 $2,349,990 $8,125,168
2/17/2017 The Great Wall William Garin  $45,157,105 $289,393,001 $334,550,106
7/29/2016 Jason Bourne Jason Bourne  $162,192,920 $254,004,139 $416,197,059
10/2/2015 The Martian Mark Watney  $228,433,663 $435,418,242 $663,851,905
9/18/2015 The Man Who Saved the World Himself  $0 $0 $0
11/5/2014 Interstellar Dr. Mann  $188,017,894 $479,734,528 $667,752,422
9/19/2014 The Zero Theorem Management  $257,706 $765,347 $1,023,053
2/7/2014 The Monuments Men James Granger  $78,031,620 $80,671,128 $158,702,748
8/9/2013 Elysium Max  $93,050,117 $193,141,974 $286,192,091
1/4/2013 Promised Land Steve Butler  $7,597,898 $4,796,664 $12,394,562
3/23/2012 All In: The Poker Movie Himself  $0 $0 $0
12/23/2011 We Bought a Zoo Benjamin Mee  $75,624,550 $43,104,523 $118,729,073
11/18/2011 Happy Feet Two Bill the Krill  $64,006,466 $93,950,000 $157,956,466
9/30/2011 American Teacher Narrator  $35,148 $0 $35,148
9/30/2011 Margaret Mr. Aaron  $47,185 $576,107 $623,292
9/9/2011 Contagion Mitch Emhoff  $75,658,097 $61,893,497 $137,551,594
3/4/2011 The Adjustment Bureau David Norris  $62,495,645 $64,435,680 $126,931,325
12/22/2010 True Grit Texas Ranger La Boeuf  $171,243,005 $81,033,923 $252,276,928
10/15/2010 Hereafter George Lonegan  $32,746,941 $72,500,000 $105,246,941
10/8/2010 Inside Job Narrator  $4,311,834 $3,487,423 $7,799,257
3/12/2010 Green Zone Miller  $35,497,337 $62,025,683 $97,523,020
12/11/2009 Invictus Francois Pienaar  $37,491,364 $87,022,647 $124,514,011
9/18/2009 The Informant! Mark Whitacre  $33,316,821 $8,454,347 $41,771,168
8/14/2009 Gake no ue no Ponyo (English Language Version)  $15,090,399 $190,222,267 $205,312,666
1/9/2009 Che, Part 1: The Argentine   $1,733,532 $0 $1,733,532
12/14/2007 Youth Without Youth   $239,495 $1,822,309 $2,061,804
8/3/2007 The Bourne Ultimatum Jason Bourne  $227,471,070 $214,690,492 $442,161,562
6/8/2007 Ocean's Thirteen Linus Caldwell/Lenny Pepperidge  $117,144,465 $194,600,000 $311,744,465
12/22/2006 The Good Shepherd Edward Wilson  $59,908,565 $40,000,000 $99,908,565
10/6/2006 The Departed Colin Sullivan  $132,384,315 $157,276,304 $289,660,619
11/23/2005 Syriana Bryan Woodman  $50,824,620 $41,866,339 $92,690,959
9/23/2005 Magnificent Desolation Alan Shepard  $34,126,126 $5,720,770 $39,846,896
8/26/2005 The Brothers Grimm Will Grimm  $37,899,638 $67,400,000 $105,299,638
12/10/2004 Ocean's Twelve Linus Caldwell  $125,531,634 $237,457,442 $362,989,076
7/23/2004 The Bourne Supremacy Jason Bourne  $176,087,450 $112,500,000 $288,587,450
3/26/2004 Jersey Girl PR Exec #2  $25,266,129 $11,800,000 $37,066,129
2/20/2004 Eurotrip Donny  $17,718,223 $3,000,000 $20,718,223
12/12/2003 Stuck On You Bob  $33,832,741 $29,704,423 $63,537,164
2/14/2003 Gerry Gerry  $254,683 $465,016 $719,699
12/31/2002 Confessions of a Dangerous Mind Bachelor Matt  $16,007,718 $17,006,087 $33,013,805
6/14/2002 The Bourne Identity Jason Bourne  $121,468,960 $92,888,411 $214,357,371
5/24/2002 Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron Spirit  $73,215,310 $33,300,000 $106,515,310
12/21/2001 The Majestic Luke Trimble  $27,796,042 $9,510,292 $37,306,334
12/7/2001 Ocean's Eleven Linus Caldwell  $183,417,150 $267,311,379 $450,728,529
8/24/2001 Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back Himself  $30,059,386 $3,703,014 $33,762,400
12/22/2000 All the Pretty Horses John Grady Cole  $15,527,125 $2,593,142 $18,120,267
12/19/2000 Finding Forrester Sanderson  $51,768,623 $28,245,000 $80,013,623
11/3/2000 The Legend of Bagger Vance Rannulph Junuh  $30,695,227 $8,540,259 $39,235,486
6/16/2000 Titan A.E. Cale  $22,751,979 $14,000,000 $36,751,979
12/24/1999 The Talented Mr. Ripley Tom Ripley  $81,292,135 $47,500,000 $128,792,135
11/12/1999 Dogma Loki  $30,651,422 $13,297,443 $43,948,865
9/11/1998 Rounders Mike McDermott  $22,921,898 $0 $22,921,898
7/24/1998 Saving Private Ryan Private James Ryan  $216,335,085 $268,700,000 $485,035,085
12/5/1997 Good Will Hunting Will Hunting  $138,433,435 $87,500,000 $225,933,435
11/21/1997 The Rainmaker Rudy Baylor  $45,916,769 $0 $45,916,769
4/4/1997 Chasing Amy Exec #2  $12,006,514 $3,148,581 $15,155,095
9/27/1996 Glory Daze Edgar Pudwhacker  $5,000 $0 $5,000
7/12/1996 Courage Under Fire Ilario  $59,003,384 $41,829,761 $100,833,145
12/10/1993 Geronimo: An American Legend 2nd lieutenant Britton Davis  $18,296,646 $0 $18,296,646
9/18/1992 School Ties Charlie Dillon  $14,715,067 $0 $14,715,067
4/21/1989 Field of Dreams Extra  $64,431,625 $0 $64,431,625
11/4/1988 The Good Mother Extra  $4,764,606 $0 $4,764,606
10/21/1988 Mystic Pizza Steamer  $12,793,213 $0 $12,793,213
Movies: 66Totals:$3,750,775,898$4,566,357,574$8,317,133,472
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12/31/2017 Houses of Deceit Producer $0 $0 $0
11/18/2016 Manchester by the Sea Producer $47,695,371 $29,967,617 $77,662,988
7/29/2016 Jason Bourne Producer,
$162,192,920 $254,004,139 $416,197,059
1/4/2013 Promised Land Screenwriter,
$7,597,898 $4,796,664 $12,394,562
12/5/1997 Good Will Hunting Screenwriter,
Story Creator 
$138,433,435 $87,500,000 $225,933,435
Movies: 5Totals:$355,919,624$376,268,420$732,188,044