Director Jody Shapiro and Burt Shavitz of “Burt's Buzz”
"Oz the Great and Powerful"
($833M worldwide, cost $76M)
Despite the exec shakeup, Universal has been riding high at the global box office, crossing $1.8 billion overseas last month, making it already the studio's biggest-grossing year ever. Domestically, the studio is at $1.24 billion, behind only last year's benchmark of $1.32 billion.
($788M worldwide, $160M cost)
The six-quel brought back Vin Diesel and Dwayne Johnson, and the seventh installment, directed by James Wan, will be released in July 2014.
($286.2M worldwide, cost $120M)
Tom Cruise flew all around the world tubthumping for the pic -- his efforts paid off as international audiences showed up at the theaters.
($174M worldwide, cost $35M)
The laffer, starring Jason Bateman and Melissa McCarthy, was a surprise hit in February, topping the weekend box office in its first and third weeks.
($146.4M worldwide, cost $15M)
Produced by Guillermo del Toro and filmed in 2011, the horror pic cashed in on star Jessica Chastain's breakout year.
($114.5 M worldwide)
International auds loved the dinosaurs -- film opened to $32M in China in its first weekend.
($85.9M worldwide, cost $3M)
The low-budget genre pic surprised analysts with a $34M opening weekend, fueled by effective online marketing.
($75.4M worldwide, cost $61M)
Denzel Washington and Mark Wahlberg paired up for a modest summer hit and earned a
($66.6M worldwide, cost $130M) The comic book adaptation failed to catch on, becoming one of the summer's box office flops.
($55.4M worldwide, cost $28M)
The sequel comes three years after the first "Kick-Ass" launched Chloe Moretz's career. Perhaps it was too long for fans to wait?
($26.1M worldwide, cost $38M) Vin Diesel's "Riddick" returned to screens and won the box office. Diesel owns the rights to the character.
Matthew McConaughey talked about "The Dallas Buyers Club" with director Jean-Marc Vallee and co-star Jared Leto. The film preemed Sept. 7 at the Toronto Film Festival.
"The Dallas Buyers Club" director Jean-Marc Vallee and
Jessica Chastain and James McAvoy star in "The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby"
Jessica Chastain and James McAvoy of "The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby" try to pull another disappearing act.
Matthew McConaughey, Jean-Marc Vallee and Jared Leto of "The Dallas Buyers Club"
Scarlett Johansson at the Variety Studio at the Toronto Film Festival
Ralph Fiennes plays Charles Dickens in his second directorial effort "The Invisible Woman."
Paul Haggis and James McAvoy share a view at the Variety Studio.
Gugu Mbatha-Raw and Tom Felton share a laugh with British Airways' Claire Felton.
Adele Exarchopoulos and Lea Seydoux of "Blue Is the Warmest Color"
Director John Carney of "Can a Song Save Your Life"
Steve Coogan, Sophie Kennedy Clark and director Stephen Frears of "Philomena."
Coogan praised Frears for being secure enough to listen to all suggestions and questions on the set, concluding he's "very democratic."
"What? Say it again," said Frears, feigning surprise at the statement. "Very democratic."
Lala Anthony and Sharon Leal of "1982"
Mirielle Enos and director Atom Egoyan of "Devil's Knot"
Director Jean-Marc Vallee and Matthew McConaughey
Sharon Leal and Hill Harper
Director Jody Shapiro and Burt Shavitz of "Burt's Buzz"