We're looking for contributors

James Caviezel's Box Office: Pre- and Post-THE PASSION OF THE CHRIST

Jim Caviezel, Frequency
James Caviezel, Frequency

James Caviezel's Jesus Backlash: "Rejected in My Own Industry"

Below is the domestic box office take of James Caviezel's films, whether in leads or supporting roles, released from 2004 to the present (via Box Office Mojo). Could that be one important reason producers have shied away from him?

  • Highway Men (2004), $371k
  • The Passion of the Christ (2004), $370.78m
  • Bobby Jones: Stroke of Genius (2004), $2.69m
  • The Final Cut (2004), $551k
  • I Am David (2004), $288k
  • Madison (2005), $517k
  • Unknown (2006), $26k
  • Deja Vu (2006), starring Denzel Washington, $64.03m
  • Outland (2009), $166k
  • The Stoning of Soraya M. (2009), $637k

Caviezel's pre-2004 films – including supporting roles – generally performed much better perhaps because he was usually partnered with bigger names, including Jennifer Lopez, Morgan Freeman, Kevin Spacey, Helen Hunt, and Dennis Quaid. Even so, none of his movies could be called a blockbuster. Titles from 1998 to 2002 are listed below:

  • High Crimes (2002), $41.54m
  • The Count of Monte Cristo (2002), $54.23m
  • Angel Eyes (2001), $24.17m
  • Pay It Forward (2000), $33.51m
  • Frequency (2000), $45.01m
  • Ride with the Devil (1999), $635k
  • The Thin Red Line (1998), $36.4m

Note: figures not adjusted for inflation.

Photo: Frequency (New Line)

If you liked the article James Caviezel's Box Office: Pre- and Post-THE PASSION OF THE CHRIST, please recommend it to your friends. See share buttons above and on the left.
Follow Alt Film Guide on Google+, Facebook and/or join the FB group All About Movies.
James Caviezel's Box Office: Pre- and Post-THE PASSION OF THE CHRIST © 2004-2015 Alt Film Guide and/or author(s). Text NOT to be reproduced without prior written consent.

Continue Reading: THOR Slightly Underperforming? SOMETHING BORROWED, JUMPING THE BROOM Dead Heat: Box Office

Previous Post: James Caviezel Jesus Backlash: 'Rejected in My Own Industry'


Click on 'Load Comments' to leave a comment about James Caviezel's Box Office: Pre- and Post-THE PASSION OF THE CHRIST.

Important: Different views and opinions are perfectly fine, but courtesy and respect are imperative. Abusive, bigoted, baseless (spreading misinformation), and/or trollish/inflammatory comments will be blocked and offenders may be banned.




FILM ARCHIVES

THE PASSION OF THE CHRIST: Not Unexpected ASC Nomination
Oscar 2009 Predictions: Best Actor, Actress
James Cameron's AVATAR: Positive Buzz
AVATAR Box Office: #58 All-Time (Inflation-Adjusted) Domestic
2010 Oscar Predictions: Best Actor Jeff Bridges
Kathryn Bigelow, Quentin Tarantino, James Cameron: Oscar Nominees Luncheon Photo
Robert Pattinson-Kristen Stewart Box Office Comparison
Robert Pattinson: TIME's Top 100 Most Influential People in 2010?
AVATAR to Be Rereleased in August
Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson's ECLIPSE to Cross $250m Milestone: Box Office
Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson, Taylor Lautner's ECLIPSE Poised to Pass $300 Million Milestone: B...
Annette Bening, Julianne Moore, Natalie Portman: SAG Awards 2010 Best Actress Predictions
Cannes Film Festival Winner Per Oscarsson Feared Dead in House Fire
Weekend Box Office Hyper-Inflated: THE KING'S SPEECH, NO STRINGS ATTACHED Earn Way Less
Meryl Streep's Margaret Thatcher Film THE IRON LADY Acquired by The Weinstein Company
Taylor Lautner Photo: ABDUCTION Hollywood Premiere
Tom Cruise: Beyoncé/A STAR IS BORN Rocker?
Deborah Kerr: What Lies Beneath
Bob Hoskins Dead: Best Movies WHO FRAMED ROGER RABBIT, MONA LISA
Catherine Deneuve: César Award Record-Tier