List of highest-grossing films in the world in the history of cinema






Box office success - commercial success, the direct gain or achievement of expected economic results from financial investments in any creative project. I would like to present you a list of the most successful films in the world. The list is based on the amounts earned by the sale of tickets to movies in theaters today. Profit from the video, shown on television and so on. Is not included.

Excluding films in 2013 (Life of Pi and others). Let's start.

25. Jurassic Park (1993). Studio Universal Pictures. The budget of $ 63 million. International charges 914,691,118 $




24. Shrek 2 (2004). Studio DreamWorks. Budget 150. Fees 920 665 658 $.




23. Finding Nemo (2003) (including 3D-version of 2012). Studio Buena Vista / The Walt Disney Company. The budget of 95 million. Fees 921 719 661 $




22. The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers (2002). Studio New Line Cinema. The budget of $ 94 million. Charges brought 926,047,111 $




21. Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince (2009). Studio Warner Bros. Pictures. The budget of 250 million. International charges 934,416,487 $



20. Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix (2007). Studio Warner Bros. Pictures. The budget of 150 million. The creators 939,885,929 $



19. The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey (2012). Studio New Line Cinema / Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer / Warner Bros. Pictures / WingNut Films. The budget of 180 million. International charges 949,348,737 $



18. The Lion King (1994) (including 3D-version of 2012). Studio Buena Vista / The Walt Disney Company. The budget of this wonderful cartoon 45 million. And the creators 951,583,777 $



17. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1 (2010). Studio Warner Bros. Pictures. The budget of 150 million. International charges 956,399,711 $



16. Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End (2007). Studio Buena Vista / The Walt Disney Company. A budget of 300 million brought charges 963,420,425 $



15. Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (2001). Studio Warner Bros. Pictures. The film's budget $ 125 million. International charges 974,755,371 $



14. The Dark Knight (2008). Studio Warner Bros. Pictures / Legendary Pictures. The budget of 185 million. Fees -1004558444 $



13. Alice in Wonderland (2010). Studio Walt Disney Pictures. Budget: $ 200 million. Global taxes 1,024,299,904 $



12. Star Wars. Episode I: The Phantom Menace (1999) (including 3D-version of 2012). Studio 20th Century Fox. Budget: $ 115 million. Global taxes 1,027,044,677 $



11. Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides (2011). Studio Buena Vista / The Walt Disney Company. Budget. 250 million. Fees - 1,043,871,802 $



10. Toy Story: The Great Escape (2010). Studio The Walt Disney Company. Budget. $ 200 million. Fees - 1,063,171,911 $



9. Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest (2006). Studio Buena Vista / The Walt Disney Company. We pay $ 225. World fees 1,066,179,725 $



8. The Dark Knight Rises (2012). Studio Warner Bros. Pictures. Budget $ 250. Charges brought creators 1,081,041,287 $



7. 007: Coordinates "Skayfoll" (2012). Studio MGM / Columbia Pictures. The budget picture was $ 150 million. Fees - 1,093,544,126 $



6. The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King (2003). Studio New Line Cinema. The film's budget 94 million. Fees -1119929521 $



5. Transformers 3: Dark of the Moon (2011). Studio Paramount Pictures / DreamWorks. The budget has managed in 195 million. World fees - 1,123,746,996 $. Honestly, no idea who brought this part of this success. Rosie really? .. Hmm, for me as Megan was a real decoration of the film.



4. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 (2011). Studio Warner Bros. Pictures. The budget cost 125 million. Fees - 1,328,111,219 $



So, the top three open ...

3. The Avengers (2012). Studio Marvel Studios / Paramount Pictures / Walt Disney Pictures. Budget 220mln. World fees 1,512,157,910 $



Titanic 2 (1997) (including 3D-version of 2012). Studio 20th Century Fox / Paramount Pictures. The budget of 200 million. World fees 2,185,372,302 $.



In 2009 director James Cameron, and he broke his record, removing the film to a whole new audience in every sense.

1. Avatar (2009) and is considering a special version 2010. Studio 20th Century Fox. To create situation was 237 million., But the world's fees amounted to 2,782,375,172 $.



In my opinion, the box office does not guarantee a great movie. It often happens that the intelligent, life films are skipped, although of course the viewer chooses! Thank you for attention.

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