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 · 美国最省油的八种汽车
 · 美国房市最糟糕的十大州
 · 美国历史上最富有的十位总统
 · 世界十大债务大国
 · 新鲜事:巴菲特投资IBM
 · 星巴克的五美元帮助产生就业机会计
 · 转载: 苹果前CEO:驱逐乔布斯非我
 · 华尔街日报:软件将吃掉整个世界?
 · 林靖东: 惠普与乔布斯的“后PC时代
 · 德国是如何成为欧洲的中国的
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 · 打造强国需要不同声音
 · 开博十天的领悟和发现
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美国电影巨星你知多少 2013-01-28 18:02:14

美国最能造钱的男影星

 

情商和智商带来的差异,在哪个行当都有体现。

在电影表演这一行,“智商”部分代表了获得大奖的能力和水平,而“情商”则代表了票房价值的创造。

你看看下面的数据,会发现很有趣的事实:能够创造票房价值的大牌男星,其获得奥斯卡金像奖的可能性,居然很小。排在前十名的那些大名鼎鼎的家伙,很多人没有“运气”,获得代表学术水平最高境界的大奖。

对于电影拍摄而言,到底是赚钱重要?还是获得奥斯卡大奖重要?

获得奥斯卡大奖的演员的身价,是不是会立马大幅上升?

从数据看,好像不是:能够做“学术”的,多数好像就是“书呆子”。

虽然他们挂着大名鼎鼎的大牌,但是,如果没有大众市场,票房价值也会不怎么地。

而对于在票房价值方面打响的演员,在随后的影片中,继续提升票房价值的可能性,至少在导演看来,会很大。于是乎,制片人就很喜欢采用业已被证明,能够打开钞票大门的那些“蓝筹股”演员。就此形成良性循环;富的继续致富,穷的继续贫穷。

如果你“吃惊”地发现,那些获得奥斯卡金像奖的大片,你居然没有几部有兴趣看完的话,那么,你丝毫没有需要“吃惊”的理由:你的感觉就是多数人的感觉!

在这里列出的男星之中,你看看,对于他们所演的电影,你到底熟悉多少?又错过了多少?是不是有兴趣都搞来看看?

很多人喜欢写小说,那么,这里的事实似乎是在暗示我们:到底什么样的作品,会给你带来成功?对于这个问题,你可能得再思!

我加上了各位的照片,照片当然都是来自网络。

 

 

The Most Valuable Actors of All Time

January 28, 2013 by Michael B. Sauter, Alexander E.M. Hess and Samuel Weigley

 

There are movie stars, and then there are actors whose involvement appears more important than the movie itself. Some are so critical to success that studios will pay them tens of millions of dollars to be in their pictures. Johnny Depp just signed a contract to make a fifth Pirates of the Caribbean, and some members of the press are speculating that Depp could earn as much as $95 million. That’s a big paycheck when the most recent Pirates movie grossed roughly $1 billion worldwide.

There are a small number of actors whose involvement in movies has resulted in billions of dollars in tickets sales. Because of their continued popularity and success, some careers have stretched over decades. Based on a review of films’ gross box office sales, adjusted for ticket price inflation, from online movie data resource Box Office Mojo, 24/7 Wall St. identified the most valuable actors of all time.

In order to make this list, an actor needed to star in multiple hits, and not just a single powerful franchise. For example, Daniel Radcliffe and Emma Watson, who starred in all eight installments of the extremely successful Harry Potter series, are both among the top 20 actors based on the gross sales of films in which they have starred. However, they have only appeared in five other movies between the two of them. At this point, they may be typecast as one-franchise wonders, unable to break out of the role they have gained their fame through.

Nearly all the actors that made our list have starred in several high-grossing franchises. Harrison Ford, who is among the most valuable actors according to our measure, was in two, the Star Wars trilogy and the four Indiana Jones movies. However, all of these actors were also in multiple standalone films, showing their versatility by playing very different characters.

Sean Connery, for example, starred in seven different James Bond films, all of which grossed more than $100 million adjusted for ticket inflation. This would alone be enough to put him top 100 grossing actors, but Connery also starred in such hits as “The Rock” and “The Hunt for Red October,” each of which grossed well over $200 million adjusted for inflation.

Success in the box office is not the same as success with the critics. A look at the top actors on this list makes that clear. While a few are decorated actors, such as Tom Hanks who has won two Academy Awards for acting, most on this list have received little positive attention from critics. Harrison Ford, among the highest grossing actors of all time, has never won an Oscar for acting. Meryl Streep, who is the 43rd highest-grossing actor of all time, has won three.

To identify the most valuable actors of all time, 24/7 Wall St. ranked nearly 700 leading actors in Box Office Mojo’s database. Actors ranked higher if they starred in more films, if the films they starred in averaged high ticket sales, and if they had among the highest combined box office gross adjusted for ticket price inflation. This last component was weighted more heavily. All film gross numbers are based on U.S. ticket sales only, and, unless otherwise noted, are adjusted for ticket price inflation, as calculated by Box Office Mojo. Awards, such as Oscar wins and nominations, came from the Internet Movie Database (IMDb).

These are the most valuable actors of all time.

10. John Travolta
> Total film gross: $4.3 billion
> Average film gross: $99.7 million
> Films: 43
> Top grossing film: Grease
> Acting Oscars: 0

 

After starting his career on the TV show “Welcome Back, Kotter,” John Travolta’s film career took off in the late 1970s with starring roles in “Saturday Night Fever,” which earned him an Oscar nomination for best actor in a leading role, and “Grease.” Adjusted for inflation, these remain the two highest grossing films of Travolta’s career. Since then, Travolta has starred in blockbusters in several different genres, including comedies such as “Look Who’s Talking” and more-violent films such as cult film “Pulp Fiction” and “Face/Off.” But not all films Travolta has starred in have been successful. In 2000, Travolta’s “Battlefield Earth” was released to universally negative reviews and was named by the Razzies — which highlight the worst movies and performances in film each year — as the “Worst Movie of the Decade” in 2010.

9. Clint Eastwood 
> Total film gross: $4.3 billion
> Average film gross: $93.3 million
> Films: 46
> Top grossing film: Every Which Way But Loose
> Acting Oscars: 0

  

 

Clint Eastwood has been a well-known actor for the past 45 years, with his first film — “A Fistful of Dollars” — released in early 1967. His highest grossing film, the 1978 blockbuster “Every Which Way But Loose,” brought in more than $283 million in current dollars. Other films starring Eastwood that have earned more than $150 million include “Dirty Harry,” “The Enforcer” and, more recently, “Gran Torino.” Eastwood also has been a successful director, winning a best director Oscar for “Unforgiven” and “Million Dollar Baby,” both of which went on to win the Academy Award for Best Motion Picture of the Year. He has yet to win an Oscar for his acting.

8. Morgan Freeman
> Total film gross: $4.5 billion
> Average film gross: $95.8 million
> Films: 47
> Top grossing film: The Dark Knight
> Acting Oscars: 1

Morgan Freeman was first nominated for an Oscar for his supporting role in the 1987 film “Street Smart.” Over the course of his career, Freeman has been an Academy Award nominee five times, winning once, in 2005, for his supporting role in “Million Dollar Baby.” Freeman has also starred in a number of major box office hits, including the Batman trilogy directed by Christopher Nolan — one of the most successful franchises of all time — and the comedy “Bruce Almighty.” Freeman may be best-known for his voice, and has served as a first- or third-person narrator in a number of movies, including “The Shawshank Redemption” and “March of the Penguins.”

7. Sean Connery
> Total film gross: $4.5 billion
> Average film gross: $122.9 million
> Films: 37
> Top grossing film: Thunderball
> Acting Oscars: 1

Sean Connery is one of six actors who have played the role of Ian Fleming’s James Bond. Between 1963 and 1983, Connery played the secret agent in seven films. Adjusted for ticket price inflation, two of these movies — “Goldfinger” in 1964 and “Thunderball” in 1965 — each earned more than $500 million. Connery also has starred in a number of successful action movies, including “The Untouchables,” for which he earned his only Oscar, “The Rock” and “The Hunt for Red October.” Connery is currently retired as an actor. His last film, released in 2003, was “The League of Extraordinary Gentleman,” based on the comic book by Alan Moore.

6. Dustin Hoffman
> Total film gross: $4.6 billion
> Average film gross: $117.5 million
> Films: 39
> Top grossing film: The Graduate
> Acting Oscars: 2

Although Dustin Hoffman has appeared in nearly 40 movies, his first, 1967’s “The Graduate,” remains his highest grossing film, after adjusting for ticket price inflation. For his performance in the movie, Hoffman received the first of his seven Oscar nominations. He went on to win his first Academy Award for his leading performance in the 1979 drama “Kramer vs. Kramer” and his second Oscar for his role in “Rain Man,” in which he starred alongside Tom Cruise. In all, one-third of Hoffman’s films have grossed at least $100 million, ranging from political drama “All the President’s Men” to the comedy “Tootsie.”

5. Tom Cruise
> Total film gross: $5.0 billion
> Average film gross: $153.0 million
> Films: 33
> Top grossing film: Top Gun
> Acting Oscars: 0

Tom Cruise is one of just a handful of actors to have grossed more than $5 billion in inflation-adjusted ticket sales. At just 23, Cruise starred in “Top Gun,” a film that went on to gross $370 million. Other movies starring Cruise that grossed more than $300 million include “Rain Man” and the first two Mission Impossible movies. Cruise has never won an Academy Award, but has been nominated three times for his roles in “Born on the Fourth of July,” “Jerry Maguire” and “Magnolia.” Cruise has also been nominated for seven Golden Globes, winning three.

4. Robin Williams 
> Total film gross: $4.8 billion
> Average film gross: $108.4 million
> Films: 44
> Top grossing film: Mrs. Doubtfire
> Acting Oscars: 1

  

 

After starring on the TV series “Mork and Mindy,” Robin Williams began his film as the title role in “Popeye” in 1980, the first of his 16 films that would gross more than $100 million in inflation-adjusted ticket sales. Among Williams’ smash hits were comedies such as “Mrs. Doubtfire” and “Flubber,” as well as dramas such as “Dead Poets Society” and “Good Will Hunting,” which earned Williams his only Oscar to date. Williams has also lent his voice to two of the highest grossing animated movies of all time, “Aladdin” and “Happy Feet.” His one Oscar came in a noncomedic role, as best supporting actor in “Good Will Hunting.”

3. Eddie Murphy 
> Total film gross: $5.9 billion
> Average film gross: $154.6 million
> Films: 38
> Top grossing film: Shrek 2
> Acting Oscars: 0

Eddie Murphy, a comedian whose acting career took off at age 19 after he joined “Saturday Night Live,” has become one of the most successful comedians of his generation. He has been in 11 films that grossed more than $200 million in inflation-adjusted terms, ranging from “Mulan” to “The Nutty Professor.” His two highest grossing films, “Shrek 2” and “Beverly Hills Cop,” have grossed more than a half-billion dollars each. Despite his success, Murphy has never won an Academy Award, although he won a Golden Globe in 2006 for his role in “Dreamgirls.” On the flip side of Murphy’s career, he won a Razzie in 2010 for worst actor of the decade, noting his appearances in busts such as “The Adventures of Pluto Nash” and “Norbit.”

2. Harrison Ford 
> Total film gross: $7.4 billion
> Average film gross: $218.3 million
> Films: 34
> Top grossing film: Star Wars
> Acting Oscars: 0

Harrison Ford is best known for starring as Han Solo in the original Star Wars trilogy, which grossed nearly $2.9 billion after adjusting for ticket price inflation, and as the lead in the Indiana Jones franchise, which grossed more than $1.8 million. Outside these series, Ford has starred in numerous blockbuster action films and thrillers, including 1985’s “Witness,” for which he received his only Oscar nomination, 1993’s “The Fugitive,” and 1997’s “Air Force One.” Following Disney’s acquisition of Lucasfilm in October 2012 and the announcement that new films would be made for the franchise, rumors have circulated that Ford may be open to starring in future Star Wars movies.

1. Tom Hanks 
> Total film gross: $6.2 billion
> Average film gross: $155.4 million
> Films: 40
> Top grossing film: Forrest Gump
> Acting Oscars: 2

Since his film career began in 1984, movies starring Hanks have grossed, on average, more than $155 million in inflation-adjusted ticket sales. However, many of Tom Hanks’s films have grossed significantly higher. The highest grossing film was “Forrest Gump,” with an adjusted total of more than $611 million. Other films that grossed more than $300 million include “Saving Private Ryan,” “Cast Away” and all three Toy Story movies. Hanks has been nominated for five Academy Awards and has won two: best actor in a leading role for “Philadelphia” in 1994, and the same Oscar again in 1995 for “Forrest Gump.”

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作者:希望小镇 留言时间:2013-01-28 18:18:01
介十位的片子俺都喜欢看,看来没脱离群众哈:)
作者:汪翔 留言时间:2013-01-28 18:20:25
你最喜欢哪一位?哪部片子?
作者:老冬儿 留言时间:2013-01-28 18:33:37
支持TOM HANKS排名第一。 :-) 喜欢他演的片子,也喜欢他导演的片子,还喜欢他制作的历史片。
和吉祥格格一样,其他那些演员的电影我也喜欢。
谢谢!
作者:希望小镇 留言时间:2013-01-28 21:22:38
挠头,他们的好片子太多,很难说最喜欢哪一部,等等,我喜欢《The Shawshank Redemption》,Morgan Freeman与Tim Robbins主演的。但我还特喜欢《the fifth element》,看了七遍了,还会看,对了,怎么俺最爱的Bruce Willis不在list里面?不客观哦:)
作者:汪翔 留言时间:2013-01-29 16:02:46
老冬儿:

Tom Hanks是个“儒演员”,是个有文化底蕴的家伙。
看来,这些巨星演出的很多影片,有好多我还没有好好看看。
我喜爱的,值得多看几次的片子之一,
就是Ford演的那个在野岛搞丢了的那部片子。
很美,很轻松,很有人情味。
得继续做功课了。这里的列表是个比较好的参考“书目”。
作者:汪翔 留言时间:2013-01-29 16:06:26
吉祥格格:

有些影片是看起来过瘾,但是,立马看立马忘,就是享受那个瞬间而已。
而有的片子,则值得回味,让你能够一再看还一再喜欢。
你提到的这个片子,我不记得自己是不是看过,
不过,不管怎么样,我还是会去找来看看。
很多看过的片子,都忘记了名字。对于英文的名字,记忆还是比较差点。
谢谢你的推荐。
作者:ladybug 留言时间:2013-01-29 17:38:14
汪博,最近很多产哦!不记得是不是曾经因一篇男女交流的文章与你探讨过?
你的关于电影方面的文章非常具有思考性,还有如下文章的论据论点支持,好!
但电影制作的问题远比外人想的复杂太多了。。。即使这篇文章也只是一个统计数字,写文的人,应该对电影的制作不深了解。
一般来说,一个起步的导演,演员,或制片,即使他们想参入大众的电影,也是不行的,谁会给他们机会?所以他们必须通过小众电影,在所谓的行当中得以任知。因为小众电影的创作比较有新意。要不,就死路一条。比如,新近的红人:jennifer Lawrence, 就是在一个叫winters bone 的电影中起步的。。。不然的话,像她那样的条件是很难上位的。
供你参考哈。
作者:汪翔 留言时间:2013-01-29 19:26:35
ladybug:

谈到演员的“成名之路”,就太“深入”了。这个统计数据,也让我明白,为什么自己当初看奥斯卡金像奖的获奖电影时,是那么的难以继续看下去。现在明白了,那种阳春白雪,就不应该是像我这样的喜欢吃大米饭的普通人“应该”喜欢看的。

最近也比较忙,抽点空余时间,收集点自己喜欢看的东西,也顺便分享一下。
统计的数字,就是给了我们“宏观”的视角,很多时候也是蛮重要的。对于我们理解大的趋势,把握大势,不要犯“方向性”的错误,还是有价值的。同时,我这里收集的东西,对于深入理解美国社会,也有点价值。

是的,在关于女人的议题上,你曾经担心我没有饭吃。在那之后,我一直记着呢,也从此之后,在努力,小心翼翼的确保自己继续有饭吃。哈哈。

谢谢你还记得。
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