That made The Lion King the fourth highest-grossing film ever (not counting re-releases) and the number 1 domestic animated release of all time, a title it held for nine years until Finding Nemo. Release date: December 17, 2003 Six of the studio’s eight highest-grossing films ever have involved Spider-Man (or Venom), but this was the first Sony flick to cross the $1 billion line, and the ninth film in the MCU to do it. Opening weekend for Avengers: Endgame in April 2019 surpassed Infinity War’s year-long record by nearly $100 million. The first 150 minutes missed getting close to the $300 million mark, perhaps as some fans figured they could catch up on home video just before Part 2 hit theaters the following summer. The space epic was only one of two films in 2018-19 to spend 10 straight weeks in the top 10 (the other being Black Panther), and was the seventh MCU film to reach $1 billion at the box office globally. Still, it was just the 16th film ever to cross the $400 million line domestically in its initial run. Originals could also break through, with Christopher Nolan’s Tenet and Denis Villeneuve’s Dune eyed as major contenders to make a box office dent. Aladdin wasn’t always a sure bet: A blue Will Smith was mocked in early reveals of his Genie character and Tim Burton’s live-action Dumbo proved to be a bust just two months before Aladdin‘s release. Release date: November 16, 2001 The Oscar-winning song that has tortured parents for nearly a decade was just part of what made Frozen the highest-grossing animated film in history. Release date: May 4, 2012 It still remains the highest-grossing domestic release of all time. J.A. The movie went on to outgross the third film by over $12 million domestically. The conclusion of Christopher Nolan’s Batman trilogy gave us Bane, Catwoman, and even a surprise along the way. Wonder Woman’s solid domestic numbers were nearly matched internationally, but even those figures came up short of Suicide Squad – and the goal. Domestic: $355.6 million Gargantuan ambitions, and dizzying results: In 2018, the "Avengers" cast ensemble reunited for success. George Lucas returned to the director’s chair after more than two decades to give fans what they thought they wanted 16 years after the release of Return of the Jedi. Avengers: Infinity War (2018) 85% Though delayed from July until December, Titanic nevertheless became a global phenomenon the likes of which the box office had never seen at the time. We’ll update as the year’s films start to make their appearances on this list. Release date: July 20, 2012 Still, only five films had done better than its $125 million opening (The Dark Knight, Spider-Man 3, The Twilight Saga: New Moon, Dead Man’s Chest, Iron Man 2). Release date: June 18, 2010 At least, for a little while. Because it remains the only post-Avengers film in the MCU to make less money internationally than domestically. But audiences went the other direction, giving Dead Man’s Chest a 38.6% boost in domestic earnings and an 84.2% boost internationally. Release date: May 1, 2015 Release date: November 17, 2010 Outgrossing DC’s Wonder Woman around the world and at home, the breakthrough film was embraced by critics (though its Certified Fresh score of 78% ranks 18th out of the MCU’s 23 films). His adaptation of Michael Crichton’s novel, Jurassic Park, was a return to the revered popcorn blockbusters he made his name on and it replaced the previous year’s Batman Returns as the top opener ever with $47 million and went on to gross over $357 million that summer. The Lion King (2019) 52% Domestic: $514.7 million Twenty-two years after Steven Spielberg’s Jurassic Park became the Jaws for a new generation, it was time for that generation’s kids to have their own version of dinosaur mayhem. Aladdin wasn’t always a sure bet: A blue Will Smith was mocked in early reveals of his Genie character and Tim Burton’s live-action Dumbo proved to be a bust just two months before Aladdin‘s release. Domestic audiences showed up for the revamped outing with Jack Sparrow, just not in the expected droves, and a mammoth international total ($804.6 million) kept Stranger Tides in the record books. To this day, Zootopia remains the second-highest–grossing animated Disney film not connected with Pixar. A nearly-equal international haul filled in the other half needed for Rogue One to join the $1 Billion Club, a goal that Solo: A Star Wars Story came up more than $600 million short of. The final chapter of the Skywalker saga may have broken the trend set by the other third entries in the franchise’s trilogies (each outgrossed the middle episodes), but it will become record that we may never see broken again. The general moviegoing public ate it up, though. Release date: November 22, 2019 The seventh film in the Star Wars franchise made $2.07 billion at the box office following its much-hyped 2015 release. Uniting Marvel comics' biggest names — from Captain America to the Hulk (above) — proved to be a successful recipe, as four "Avengers" films have since found their place in the top 10. After two successful Despicable Me films it was time to give Gru’s kooky supporting yellow folk their own story. After the success of the first two Friday the 13th movies, producers took the opportunity of having "III" in the title of Friday the 13th Part III to release the film in 3-D. Obviously the 3-D gimmick worked, as Friday the 13th Part III was more successful at the box office than the previous sequel. Smart move. The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King (2003) 93% Peter Jackson’s (first) epic trilogy unfolded over three straight holiday seasons and its finale was rewarded in every fashion: Return of the King historically won all 11 Oscars that it was nominated for, including Best Picture and Best Director; it was one of the best-reviewed films of the year (Certified Fresh at 93%); and it became the fourth-highest domestic grosser of all time behind just Titanic, The Phantom Menace, and Sam Raimi’s first Spider-Man film. Domestic: $390.5 million Released in 4,529 theaters, Gru’s third chapter did manage to have the largest launch in film history in North America until Avengers: Endgame came along. The movie became the fifth film in history to have a $200 million opening weekend, and just the third film ever to gross over $700 million in North America, outlasting even Avengers: Infinity War that summer. It was Burton’s seventh collaboration with Johnny Depp and the director has not had a film gross as much domestically in total as Alice made in its first three days since – not even with his attempt to replicate the success with Dumbo in 2019, which grossed a total of $114.7 million. The story of two sisters searching for happily-ever-after with each other rather than the standard gentlemen suitors also won the Oscar for Best Animated Feature and bested 2012’s Ice Age: Continental Drift for the highest international haul for an animated film ever ($875.7 million compared to $715.9 million), a record it holds to this day despite challenges from Minions and Incredibles 2. Well, Woody and the gang proved them all wrong. Domestic audiences showed up for the revamped outing with Jack Sparrow, just not in the expected droves, and a mammoth international total ($804.6 million) kept Stranger Tides in the record books. When a film becomes not just a global phenomenon but the highest-grossing film in your canon of animated entertainment, a sequel is inevitable. Vin Diesel’s return in the series’ fourth film is what really got the Fast and Furious franchise engines revving, and Dwayne Johnson’s addition in the fifth film added some humor and helped get the critics on board. 2019 may not have been the biggest year ever at the box office, but it had a number of massive films that entered the top 50 highest-grossing movies of all time – including one that took out the number 1 slot. The culmination of the journey that began in 2001 also ushered in a new trend of splitting final chapters in halves. Marvel Cinematic Universe. Fans of J.K. Rowling’s fantasy series got to see its characters (and the actors who played them) grow up in front of their eyes. Almost a decade after wrapping up his landmark Lord of the Rings trilogy, Peter Jackson returned to the world of J.R.R. By the end of that summer, the only animated film to have grossed more money worldwide was Toy Story 3. Well, Woody and the gang proved them all wrong. Despicable Me was a surprise hit in 2010, announcing the arrival of Illumination Entertainment as a major player in the animation game. The Magnificent Seven-like story was an instant favorite for some and an average side-trip for others. Beauty and the Beast (2017) 71% But Guy Ritchie’s new version of the beloved 1992 animated film took advantage of other 2019 summer under-performers like Godzilla: King of the Monsters, Dark Phoenix, and Men In Black International, gobbling them all up and staying in the top five at the box office for seven straight weeks. In 1999, it was the first film to clear $100 million in five days, beating the previous record holder, The Lost World: Jurassic Park, which earned $98.6 million in the same amount of time. After an introduction in Captain America: Civil War, T’Challa got his own film in February of 2019. Incredibles 2 (2018) 93% Perhaps biggest box office surprise of 2019 – and maybe even its biggest box office story – was the phenomenal success of Warner Bros.’ R-rated Joker, the standalone DC film starring Joaquin Phoenix that is currently at number 31 on this list, having surpassed Aladdin, The Dark Knight, Jurassic Park, The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, and Rogue One. The general moviegoing public ate it up, though. After actor Paul Walker (left) died in a car crash, his brothers stood in for him on set so that filming could be completed. So, after the losses of Hop and the decent success of Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax, the studio doubled down on their biggest hit and struck gold. It was no slacker overseas, either: When Return finished its run, only Titanic had a greater number outside of the U.S. and Canada. Domestic: $535.2 million The result is the highest-grossing domestic release to receive a Rotten score on the Tomatometer, at 53%. But its $191 million opening was the eighth highest of all time and it became the 14th film to pass a half-billion domestically and just the ninth film to rack up $1 billion overseas. It held onto its impressive global record for nearly 10 years. The series would have gone out with a box-office bang, too. Released in 4,529 theaters, Gru’s third chapter did manage to have the largest launch in film history in North America until Avengers: Endgame came along. Skyfall was also a gold standard for Bond beyond the box office: It stands amongst the series’ top five scores on the Tomatometer, Certified Fresh at 92%. While not quite as well-received as the first film critically (77% vs. 90% on the Tomatometer), Frozen II virtually demanded that parents bring their children for a second adventure. Domestic: $474.5 million (including re-releases) The director of The Hangover films wanted to make an origin story out of Batman’s most infamous nemesis. Domestic: $352.4 million Warner Bros. tried to maximize their profits by splitting J.K. Rowling’s final book into two films. Pixar is the most represented studio on the list with 15 films. Netflix said its Adam Sander-Jennifer Aniston vehicle amassed 73 million views in its first four weeks. The movie’s $158 million opening weekend broke the previous record-holder, Spider-Man 3, by more than $7 million, and Dark Knight held the record for nearly three years to the day until the final Harry Potter chapter was released. Legal notice | But it was still good enough for 23rd all-time in North America and 13th in overseas dollars. Then, two days later on Feb. 2, 2010, its 47th day of release, the movie became the highest domestic earner ever. Release date: July 15, 2011 In 1997, Cameron blew out the budget again and this time there was worry he may have gone too far. Budget: $19 million* Worldwide gross: $91,379,051. On the glass-half-full side, Jackson’s first four Tolkien films grossed a combined $3.938 billion globally. Minions had the largest opening for Illumination Entertainment ever, earning $115.7 million on its first weekend. The original Lion King was the second-highest–grossing film of 1994 behind Forrest Gump, which was – at the time – third only to the initial runs of E.T. Before James Cameron owned the top two spots in all-time domestic box office (for a period), it was Steven Spielberg who had pulled off that feat. Brad Bird’s The Incredibles debuted a full four years before the MCU began, a time when the Pixar brand was as close to a guarantee of success (and quality) as the industry had. Release date: November 9, 2012 Domestic: $409 million The culmination of the journey that began in 2001 also ushered in a new trend of splitting final chapters in halves. Though its Tomatometer score is among the lower scores in the Top 50 (69%), Todd Phillips’ Joker had the highest-opening ever in the month of October (passing the previous years’ Venom) and ultimately became the highest-grossing film ever released in that month in North America, surpassing Alfonso Cuaron’s Gravity domestically. Just shy of 10 years since it began, the Marvel Cinematic Universe gathered nearly every one of its characters for a galaxy-wide showdown with the series’ Big Bad, Thanos. Coming up shy of the first film’s record-breaking opening weekend – note that it was still the second-best opening of all time when it was released – the movie never matched its predecessor in dollars or affection. Domestic: $341.3 million Captain Marvel (2019) 79% Though the third film in the Despicable Me franchise made just $13 million more than the original at the domestic box office, internationally the Despicable Me films had a 164% increase from the first film ($543.1 million) to the third ($1.035 billion). The back half of the Potter finale set the new record for an opening weekend at the time with $169.1 million, and its $960 million international haul ranked only behind Avatar and Titanic. Four years after the publication of J.K. Rowling’s first Harry Potter book, Chris Columbus brought it to the big screen and its legions of fans turned up in record numbers. Release date: February 16, 2018 Release date: April 26, 2019 2019-12-25T17:08:00Z The letter F. An envelope. Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides (2011) 33% At the peak of a 3-D reemergence, aided by the filmmaker’s usual technological gamesmanship (and higher ticket prices), Avatar‘s seven straight weekends at number 1 led to over $595 million at the North American box office. 15. James Wan’s second billion-dollar film on the list may have had the second-smallest opening weekend of the Universe, but its prolonged success through the holiday season and beyond – the movie made nearly five-times its opening – was greater than any DC property since Tim Burton’s Batman in 1989. For the list below, we’ve included global box office performance, as well as domestic, and release date. It was also the second-highest-grossing domestic film of the 2018 summer season, behind the #17 film on this list. George Lucas returned to the director’s chair after more than two decades to give fans what they thought they wanted 16 years after the release of Return of the Jedi. Shia LaBeouf was replaced with Mark Wahlberg as the franchise’s central hero, and the fourth film from Michael Bay approached a near three-hour running time at 165 minutes. (And, if you are are keeping track, it is the 12th Disney property in the top 20. Opening weekend for Avengers: Endgame in April 2019 surpassed Infinity War’s year-long record by nearly $100 million. Six sequels have been made so far, with a seventh on the way. By the end of that summer, the only animated film to have grossed more money worldwide was Toy Story 3. Even if it came up a bit short internationally, it still became the fourth billion-dollar grosser in Pixar’s history and their third-highest–grossing film overall. The films included here are G-rated, signifying that they are children’s films, although the recently successful Hop was rated PG for “mild crude humor”. James Cameron makes expensive movies. To me, accuracy when making a Top 10/Top 100 all time list is extremely important. Dumbo was a bit of a bust, Aladdin was a success, but The Lion King truly roared. – became one of the unlikeliest mega franchises ever. The movies on this list are ranked according to their success (awards & nominations), their popularity, and their cinematic greatness from a directing/writing perspective. Nobody believed he was going to surpass Titanic’s numbers with this tale of an alien planet and the paraplegic Marine who teams up with its inhabitants in the battle for Unobtanium. Domestic: $659.4 million (including re-releases) The movie featured one of the gutsiest cliffhangers in any franchise’s history, leaving audiences to wait in shock for an entire year to discover how Phase 3 of the epic series would end. Domestic: $353 million Well, some $300 million and an Oscar nomination for Johnny Depp’s portrayal of Captain Jack Sparrow later, we were looking at a franchise with a modicum of respect. All these monster movies found a way to bring a huge audience into the box office with the intent of having them suspend their disbelief. It hit with audiences – the opening weekend haul of $147 million was almost $50 million more than any previous entry – as well as with critics (it’s the highest-rated movie in the series at 81% on the Tomatameter). James Cameron makes expensive movies. Aladdin (2019) 57% The first movie was a huge success all on its own and one of the highest grossing films to ever debut at the prestigious festival, but it's the franchise it spawned that easily makes this one of the most successful Sundance movies ever. | Mobile version. Domestic: $543.6 million The back half of the Potter finale set the new record for an opening weekend at the time with $169.1 million, and its $960 million international haul ranked only behind Avatar and Titanic. Still, Johnson’s film joined Episodes IV, V, and VII in the 90%+ realm on the Tomatometer and may end up being the ultimate bridge to the next generation of Star Wars fans. It became just the seventh film to clear a half-billion dollars in domestic box office. Net: $72,379,051 *Budget and worldwide gross projections are from Box Office Mojo and have not … No wonder Disney and Sony made up: 2019’s Spider-Man: Far From Home, which might have been the end of their association had they not moved past their impasse, is Sony’s highest-grossing film of all time.
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