07 February 2006

It's the one that says bad m#ther f#cker on it...

So I read somewhere that Samuel L. Jackson's combined film library now has the highest combined gross (unadjusted for inflation) in history. Apparently someone out there actually went and did the math, and it's true.

I'd've thought Goldblum would've been higher on the list, but numbers don't lie.

Actually, numbers do lie, frequently.

For example, this list is only for domestic grosses, so I contend it's not really authoritative. It's strange, since his dataset includes worldwide grosses, but he chose only to list the domestic and average domestic grosses.

Odd, but somewhat interesting, as Anthony Daniels averages over $311M per film. Not too shabby an average.

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