|In Technical Roles||Screenwriter||2||$89,024,260||$148,631,433||$237,655,693|
|Best known as a Screenwriter based on credits in that role in 2 films, with $237,655,693 worldwide aggregate box office (rank #795)|
|Best-Known Technical Roles: London Has Fallen (Screenwriter), A Man Apart (Screenwriter)|
|Most productive collaborators: Vin Diesel, F. Gary Gray, Gerard Butler, Larenz Tate, Babak Najafi|
March 1st, 2016
It's March 1st, which is not only the beginning of the month, but also Super Tuesday. If you are not American and don't pay attention to American politics, Super Tuesday is sort of like the Oscar night of the primary season. I was going to write about my predictions, but it looks like the race is about to be over. On the Republicans side, if Trump gets more than 50% of the delegates, then he has won. It will be too late to stop him. If he gets less than 40%, then it becomes a real race again. If the polling is correct, then he will get closer to 50% than 40%. On the Democratic side, Sanders needs at least 45% of the delegates, or it is over for him. Anything less than that and Hillary Clinton will have too big a lead to overcome. If the South Carolina result is an indicator, Hillary Clinton could get two-thirds of the delegates awarded tonight.
As for the box office, February was amazing, thanks to Deadpool's record-breaking opening and better than expected legs. The month ended with 2016 being nearly 4% higher than 2015's pace. Additionally, there are some big releases coming out this month with both Zootopia and Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice looking to get more than $200 million, while Allegiant should hit $100 million. Last March, there were also three films that earned more than $100 million, but only one $200 million hit, Cinderella. It should be a really close race between 2016 and 2015.
|1/19/2018||Den of Thieves||Director,|
|3/4/2016||London Has Fallen||Screenwriter||$62,524,260||$131,333,702||$193,857,962|
|4/4/2003||A Man Apart||Screenwriter||$26,500,000||$17,297,731||$43,797,731|