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Universal Pictures

Biggest box office winners of all time

Summer is blockbuster season, in case all the commercials boasting about “the most anticipated movie of the year” were not an obvious sign. When temperatures rise, people move to the air-conditioned seats of theaters to take in the latest adventure. Which movies drew the biggest audiences and made the most money?

Using data from The Numbers, Stacker compiled a list of the 100 biggest box office winners of all time using data on worldwide earnings. While some films are parts of a series, others stand alone without a sequel. Prepare for lots of superheroes and a bit of magic on this list.

Does your favorite blockbuster make our list? How many movies grossed more than $2 billion? Which director is behind the top two highest-earning movies? Read on to find out. We begin with a 2014 version of a 1960s story.

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Chernin Entertainment

#100. Dawn of the Planet of the Apes

Worldwide box office: $710,644,566

Domestic box office: $208,545,589

International box office: $502,098,977

Year released: 2014

Part of the prequel trilogy to the original “Planet of the Apes,” the 2014 movie “Dawn of the Planet of the Apes” continues the story of struggle between genetically evolved apes and humans. The movie used motion capture technology to create the ape characters on-screen and featured Andy Serkis, known for his famous motion capture role in “Lord of the Rings.”

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Marvel Entertainment

#99. Captain America: The Winter Soldier

Worldwide box office: $714,401,889

Domestic box office: $259,746,958

International box office: $454,654,931

Year released: 2014

Chris Evans returned as Captain America in this 2014 follow-up movie. Captain America must team up with Black Widow and the Falcon to uncover a conspiracy at the heart of his law enforcement agency. The action movie received an 89% rating on Rotten Tomatoes.

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Walt Disney Pictures

#98. The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch a…

Worldwide box office: $720,539,572

Domestic box office: $291,710,957

International box office: $428,828,615

Year released: 2005

In the magical land of Narnia, four children must save a kingdom with the help of a brave lion. The movie is based on the popular book of the same name by C.S. Lewis. The series is known for its strong Christian themes and message.

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Pixar Animation Studios

#97. Up

Worldwide box office: $731,463,377

Domestic box office: $293,004,164

International box office: $438,459,213

Year released: 2009

Receiving an 8.3 out of 10 from IMDb, “Up” is the story of a 78-year-old balloon salesman determined to fly to retirement by attaching loads of balloons to his home. His plan works, but he later discovers a boy has accidentally joined him on the voyage.

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Marvel Entertainment

#96. Deadpool 2

Worldwide box office: $732,905,349

Domestic box office: $317,123,579

International box office: $415,781,770

Year released: 2018

A sequel to the wildly popular and raunchy original, “Deadpool 2” continues the shenanigans of Wade Wilson, a superhuman mercenary. In this 2018 feature, Wilson creates a hodgepodge super-team to fight against the time-traveling cyborg Cable. The film is known for its deadpan humor and breaking of the fourth wall.

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Warner Bros.

#95. The Matrix Reloaded

Worldwide box office: $738,576,929

Domestic box office: $281,553,689

International box office: $457,023,240

Year released: 2003

“The Matrix Reloaded” is the second in “The Matrix” trilogy and features the same cast, including Keanu Reeves, Carrie-Anne Moss, and Laurence Fishburne. The characters continue to fight the oppressive computer system, as well as learn about the dependent state of humankind to that system. Like the original, this sequel is known for its computer-generated fight scenes.

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Walt Disney Pictures

#94. Monsters University

Worldwide box office: $743,588,329

Domestic box office: $268,488,329

International box office: $475,100,000

Year released: 2013

The 2013 computer-animated film “Monsters University” is a follow-up to the wildly popular 2001 film “Monsters Inc.” The sequel tells the origin story of Mike Wazowski and Sulley, played by Billy Crystal and John Goodman. The film was created by Pixar for Disney.

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DC Entertainment

#93. Suicide Squad

Worldwide box office: $746,100,054

Domestic box office: $325,100,054

International box office: $421,000,000

Year released: 2016

A team of super-villains is assembled to carry out the most dangerous missions known to man in this 2016 action movie. The villains are seen as expendable, and run rampant in their freedom. The movie features Margot Robbie, Will Smith and Jared Leto as notable villains Harley Quinn, Deadshot and the Joker. The movie received mild reviews, including just 27% on Rotten Tomatoes.

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DreamWorks Animation

#92. Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted

Worldwide box office: $746,921,271

Domestic box office: $216,391,482

International box office: $530,529,789

Year released: 2012

Produced by Dreamworks Animation, the third installment of the "Madagascar" series sees Ben Stiller, Chris Rock, David Schwimmer and Jada Pinkett Smith returning to their roles as 3D-animated animals. This time, the New York animals must travel to Europe to finish some unresolved business and end up hiding out in a traveling circus.

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Marvel Entertainment

#91. X-Men: Days of Future Past

Worldwide box office: $747,862,775

Domestic box office: $233,921,534

International box office: $513,941,241

Year released: 2014

Wolverine must travel to the past to change the future in this film from the “X-Men” series. Hugh Jackman returns to play the famous mutant, and is joined by James McAvoy, Jennifer Lawrence and Halle Berry. The movie received an 8 out of 10 on IMDb.

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DreamWorks Animation

#90. Shrek Forever After

Worldwide box office: $756,244,673

Domestic box office: $238,736,787

International box office: $517,507,886

Year released: 2010

“Shrek Forever After” continues the story of Shrek, who is feeling too domesticated in his new life. Longing to be a true Ogre again, Shrek mistakenly signs a contract with the devious Rumpelstiltskin and must fight to get his old life and love back. Mike Myers returns to play the leading role in this series.

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Marvel Entertainment

#89. The Amazing Spider-Man

Worldwide box office: $757,890,267

Domestic box office: $262,030,663

International box office: $495,859,604

Year released: 2012

Andrew Garfield stars in this 2012 reboot of the “Spider-Man” series. This time, Peter Parker is in search of his missing parents, which means coming face-to-face with the villain the Lizard. The movie received 7 out of 10 on IMDb.

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Walt Disney Pictures

#88. Maleficent

Worldwide box office: $758,536,735

Domestic box office: $241,407,328

International box office: $517,129,407

Year released: 2014

“Maleficent” tells the story of the fall of a beautiful princess, played by Angelina Jolie. The fallen princess will be the antagonizing character in the fairytale “Sleeping Beauty.” The film received 50% on Rotten Tomatoes.

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Lionsgate

#87. The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1

Worldwide box office: $766,652,288

Domestic box office: $337,135,885

International box office: $429,516,403

Year released: 2014

Jennifer Lawrence returns in the leading role of Katniss for this 2014 addition to the "Hunger Games" series. Katniss must continue to fight for her home, despite losing friends who have turned to the darker forces ruling the land.

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Columbia Pictures Corporation

#86. The Da Vinci Code

Worldwide box office: $767,820,459

Domestic box office: $217,536,138

International box office: $550,284,321

Year released: 2006

Tom Hanks stars as symbologist Robert Langdon, who is investigating a series of murders tied to the Roman Catholic Church. Langdon soon uncovers a two-thousand-year-old Christian conspiracy. The movie is based on the book of the same name by Dan Brown.

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Marvel Studios

#85. Guardians of the Galaxy

Worldwide box office: $771,051,335

Domestic box office: $333,172,112

International box office: $437,879,223

Year released: 2014

The 2014 film “Guardians of the Galaxy” brought the popular Marvel comic series to the big screen. Chris Pratt stars in the leading role as Peter Quill, a space adventurer who steals something he shouldn’t have. The characters of “Guardians of the Galaxy” have been featured in other Marvel movies.

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Lucasfilm

#84. Star Wars Ep. IV: A New Hope

Worldwide box office: $786,598,007

Domestic box office: $460,998,007

International box office: $325,600,000

Year released: 1977

Luke Skywalker and Han Solo team up to save Princess Leia from the Imperial Forces in this 1977 film from the “Star Wars” series. The movie sees the return of the famous cast, including Mark Hamill, Harrison Ford, Carrie Fisher and James Earl Jones.

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Paramount Pictures

#83. Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull

Worldwide box office: $786,635,413

Domestic box office: $317,101,119

International box office: $469,534,294

Year released: 2008

Harrison Ford returns as the archaeologist Indiana Jones in this 2008 reboot of the series. This time, Jones travels to Peru to find of the powerful Crystal Skull of Akator before the Soviets can get their hands on it. Ford is joined by Shia LaBeouf and Cate Blanchett  

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Columbia Pictures Corporation

#82. 2012

Worldwide box office: $788,408,539

Domestic box office: $166,112,167

International box office: $622,296,372

Year released: 2009

Earth has an expiration date — that’s the theme of the film “2012,” a blockbuster of destruction. John Cusack stars as a father trying to save his family as the world is ravaged by natural disasters in what could be the end of the planet. The movie received a 5.8 out of 10 on IMDb.

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Universal Pictures

#81. Fast and Furious 6

Worldwide box office: $789,300,444

Domestic box office: $238,679,850

International box office: $550,620,594

Year released: 2013

The sixth installment of the “Fast and Furious” series continues the story of fugitive car racers in this 2013 film. Vin Diesel returns as Dom, who is tasked with hunting down a group of mercenary drivers in exchange for pardons for his crew.

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Walt Disney Pictures

#80. Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales

Worldwide box office: $790,094,284

Domestic box office: $172,558,876

International box office: $617,535,408

Year released: 2017

“Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales” sees Johnny Depp return as clumsy adventurer Captain Jack Sparrow on a race to find the Trident of Poseidon in order to stop a group of enemies. The film received 30% on Rotten Tomatoes.  

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Universal Pictures

#79. ET: The Extra-Terrestrial

Worldwide box office: $792,965,326

Domestic box office: $435,110,554

International box office: $357,854,772

Year released: 1982

An alien stranded on earth becomes friends with a young boy who decides to help the newcomer return home. To do so, the two must thwart parents, the community and the government. Fun fact: the movie was inspired by a Neil Diamond song.

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Columbia Pictures Corporation

#78. Spider-Man 2

Worldwide box office: $795,110,670

Domestic box office: $373,524,485

International box office: $421,586,185

Year released: 2004

Tobey Maguire returns as Peter Parker in this "Spider-Man" sequel. Dr. Octopus is terrorizing the city, including Parker’s beloved Aunt May, and Spider-Man must stop him and win back the love of his sweetheart.

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Warner Bros.

#77. Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban

Worldwide box office: $796,688,549

Domestic box office: $249,538,952

International box office: $547,149,597

Year released: 2004

In his third year at Hogwarts, Harry Potter must fight against the escaped prisoner Sirius Black. The movie received a 7.9 out of 10 on IMDb.

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Walt Disney Pictures

#76. Coco

Worldwide box office: $800,102,441

Domestic box office: $209,726,015

International box office: $590,376,426

Year released: 2017

A boy named Miguel dreams of becoming a musician, despite his parents’ insistence that he take over the family's shoe business. Miguel’s longing takes him to the Land of the Dead, where he uncovers a startling family history. The computer-animated film was produced by Pixar for Disney.

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Marvel Entertainment

#75. Deadpool

Worldwide box office: $801,029,249

Domestic box office: $363,070,709

International box office: $437,958,540

Year released: 2016

Ryan Reynolds stars in this adaption of the "Deadpool" comic book series, playing a foul-mouthed mutant mercenary. Deadpool is bent on hunting down the man who disfigured his body and ruined his life. To do so he must team up with members of the X-Men.

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Warner Bros.

#74. Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them

Worldwide box office: $802,442,198

Domestic box office: $234,037,575

International box office: $568,404,623

Year released: 2016

A prequel to the “Harry Potter” series,“Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them” tells the story of adventurer Newt Scamander (Eddie Redmayne) who captures magical beasts. When an acquaintance of Scamander’s accidentally releases some of the beasts from their protective case, Scamander must do his best to stop them. 

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DreamWorks Animation

#73. Shrek the Third

Worldwide box office: $807,330,936

Domestic box office: $322,719,944

International box office: $484,610,992

Year released: 2007

The 2007 movie "Shrek the Third" continues the tale of Shrek, who this time becomes ruler of Far Far Away, a role he does not want. Shrek must find a suitable ruler to take his place, undertaking a cross-country expedition with his friends. Cameron Diaz, Mike Myers and Eddie Murphy return to their roles.

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Twentieth Century Fox

#72. Independence Day

Worldwide box office: $817,400,878

Domestic box office: $306,169,255

International box office: $511,231,623

Year released: 1996

Alien forces arrives on earth to destroy it during America’s Fourth of July weekend. Will Smith stars as a Marine captain leading the charge to save the world.

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Warner Bros.

#71. Wonder Woman

Worldwide box office: $821,496,985

Domestic box office: $412,563,408

International box office: $408,933,577

Year released: 2017

Based on the comic book series, "Wonder Woman" stars Gal Gadot as Diana, princess of the Amazons. Diana leaves her home to save humankind from destruction during World War I.

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Columbia Pictures Corporation

#70. Spider-Man

Worldwide box office: $821,706,375

Domestic box office: $403,706,375

International box office: $418,000,000

Year released: 2002

Peter Parker discovers his superhero powers in this 2002 adaption of the comic book series. Tobey Maguire stars as Spider-Man in a battle against Norman Osborn, played by Willem Dafoe. The movie received 7.3 out of 10 on IMDb.

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Summit Entertainment

#69. The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, Part 2

Worldwide box office: $829,724,737

Domestic box office: $292,324,737

International box office: $537,400,000

Year released: 2012

Part of the book series adaption, “The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2” sees the return of Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson in the tale vampire love. This time, Bella is a vampire herself and the mother of a very special newborn. The film received a 5.5 out of 10 on IMDb.

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Warner Bros.

#68. Inception

Worldwide box office: $832,402,082

Domestic box office: $292,576,195

International box office: $539,825,887

Year released: 2010

“Inception” is the story of a thief with the power to enter people’s dreams and steal their secrets. The tables are turned on the thief when he is tasked with placing an idea in someone’s mind. The movie is controversial for its much-debated ending.

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DreamWorks

#67. Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen

Worldwide box office: $836,519,699

Domestic box office: $402,111,870

International box office: $434,407,829

Year released: 2009

The Transformers are back for another epic battle in this 2009 sequel. Shia Labeouf and Megan Fox return to their roles and must work with the Transformers in another battle against the evil Decepticon. The movie received a 19% on Rotten Tomatoes.

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Lucasfilm

#66. Star Wars Ep. III: Revenge of the Sith

Worldwide box office: $848,998,877

Domestic box office: $380,270,577

International box office: $468,728,300

Year released: 2005

“Star Wars Ep. III - Revenge of the Sith” continues the story of Anakin Skywalker’s descent to the Dark Side. This was the final movie in the second trilogy in the Star Wars series. Natalie Portman, Ewan McGregor and Hayden Christensen all starred in the film.

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Walt Disney Pictures

#65. Thor: Ragnarok

Worldwide box office: $850,650,283

Domestic box office: $315,058,289

International box office: $535,591,994

Year released: 2017

Thor is trapped in a distant kingdom, where he must fight as a gladiator for survival. To win his freedom and return to save his own kingdom, Thor must fight his ally The Hulk. Chris Hemsworth returns to play Thor, as does Tom Hiddleston to play Thor’s foil Loki.

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Pixar Animation Studios

#64. Inside Out

Worldwide box office: $857,720,660

Domestic box office: $356,461,711

International box office: $501,258,949

Year released: 2015

The animated movie “Inside Out” is a tale of an 11-year-old Midwestern girl who moves to San Francisco and must find peace with her mixed emotions. The movie has been credited with helping children better express their feelings.

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Twentieth Century Fox Animation

#63. Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs

Worldwide box office: $859,701,857

Domestic box office: $196,573,705

International box office: $663,128,152

Year released: 2009

Sid, Manny and Diego return in this prehistoric adventure series. The 2009 animated film takes the gang to an underground world in order to rescue their friend.

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Beijing Dongfang International Cultural Communications Company

#62. Wolf Warrior 2

Worldwide box office: $861,434,171

Domestic box office: $2,721,100

International box office: $858,713,071

Year released: 2017

This action adventure sequel tells the story of China’s top secret agent, who settled into retirement only to be brought back into action to save his community. The movie stars Wu Jing.

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Marvel Studios

#61. Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2

Worldwide box office: $862,888,462

Domestic box office: $389,813,101

International box office: $473,075,361

Year released: 2017

Chris Pratt returns to play Peter Quill in this action sequel. This time, Quill’s gang must protect batteries from an alien race who wants them for the wrong reasons. In doing so, Quill learns about his long-lost parents. The film received a 7.7 out of 10 on IMDb.

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Lionsgate

#60. The Hunger Games: Catching Fire

Worldwide box office: $864,868,047

Domestic box office: $424,668,047

International box office: $440,200,000

Year released: 2013

Katniss’ victory in the Hunger Games is short-lived when she learns she must embark on another dangerous adventure in this 2013 sequel. Jennifer Lawrence stars again as Katniss.

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Warner Bros.

#59. Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice

Worldwide box office: $868,160,194

Domestic box office: $330,360,194

International box office: $537,800,000

Year released: 2016

Batman is on a path to hunt and kill Superman, who Batman feels is a threat to society. Their battle is a test of the will of both superheroes in this 2016 blockbuster starring Henry Cavill and Ben Affleck. The movie received a 27% on Rotten Tomatoes.

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Warner Bros.

#58. Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets

Worldwide box office: $878,979,634

Domestic box office: $261,987,880

International box office: $616,991,754

Year released: 2002

The second film in the wildly popular Harry Potter series stars Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson and Rupert Grint as they try to uncover one of Hogwarts' many hidden secrets. The movie received a 7.4 out of 10 on IMDb.

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Columbia Pictures Corporation

#57. Spectre

Worldwide box office: $879,620,923

Domestic box office: $200,074,175

International box office: $679,546,748

Year released: 2015

Daniel Craig returns to play the iconic role of James Bond in “Spectre.” The 2015 film takes Bond to Mexico City to uncover a secret criminal organization. The film received a 6.8 out of 10 on IMDb.

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Twentieth Century Fox Animation

#56. Ice Age: Continental Drift

Worldwide box office: $879,765,137

Domestic box office: $161,321,843

International box office: $718,443,294

Year released: 2012

Manny, Sid and Diego are separated from their friends by a continental drift in this 2012 film. The film received a 38% on Rotten Tomatoes.

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Columbia Pictures Corporation

#55. Spider-Man: Homecoming

Worldwide box office: $880,070,886

Domestic box office: $334,201,140

International box office: $545,869,746

Year released: 2017

Tom Holland stars as the web-slinger in this 2017 Spider-Man reboot. This time, Spider-Man must learn from Tony Stark, a.k.a. Iron Man, in a fight against the super-villain Vulture, played by Michael Keaton.

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Universal Pictures

#54. The Secret Life of Pets

Worldwide box office: $886,779,788

Domestic box office: $368,384,330

International box office: $518,395,458

Year released: 2016

New York City pets go off on an unlikely adventure that turns foes to friends as they team up to escape from the pound. The animated film features Kevin Hart, Jenny Slate, Louis C.K. and Eric Stonestreet.

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New Line Cinema

#53. The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring

Worldwide box office: $887,210,985

Domestic box office: $315,544,750

International box office: $571,666,235

Year released: 2001

The first in the “Lord of the Rings” trilogy, “The Fellowship of the Ring,” sets the stage for Frodo Baggins' adventure to return a magic ring to its rightful place. Meanwhile, evil forces are seeking to use the ring for their own ends. The movie is an adaption of the celebrated book series by J.R.R. Tolkien.

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Columbia Pictures Corporation

#52. Spider-Man 3

Worldwide box office: $894,860,230

Domestic box office: $336,530,303

International box office: $558,329,927

Year released: 2007

In the final movie of the Tobey Maguire “Spider-Man” trilogy, Peter Parker must fight the formidable enemies Sandman and Venom. The movie received a 6.2 out of 10 on IMDb.

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Warner Bros.

#51. Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire

Worldwide box office: $896,911,078

Domestic box office: $290,013,036

International box office: $606,898,042

Year released: 2005

Daniel Radcliffe returns to play the young wizard in “Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire.” The 2005 film tells the story of a magic competition that pits Hogwarts against other wizardry schools.

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New Line Cinema

#50. The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers

Worldwide box office: $934,699,645

Domestic box office: $342,548,984

International box office: $592,150,661

Year released: 2002

The second installment of the "Lord of the Rings" series continues the story of Frodo in his quest to return the ring and save his homeland. The 2002 movie won an Academy Award for Best Picture.

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Warner Bros.

#49. Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince

Worldwide box office: $935,083,686

Domestic box office: $301,959,197

International box office: $633,124,489

Year released: 2009

Harry’s world is under attack by Death Eaters in this 2009 film. To save both the wizard and human worlds, Harry must team up again with Hermione Granger and Ron Weasley. The film received 7.6 out of 10 on IMDb.

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Pixar Animation Studios

#48. Finding Nemo

Worldwide box office: $936,429,370

Domestic box office: $380,529,370

International box office: $555,900,000

Year released: 2003

The animated film “Finding Nemo” tells the story of a clownfish father named Marlin who teams up with a blue reef fish to find his missing son, Nemo. The characters of the film are voiced by Albert Brooks and Ellen DeGeneres.

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DreamWorks

#47. Shrek 2

Worldwide box office: $937,008,132

Domestic box office: $441,226,247

International box office: $495,781,885

Year released: 2004

Shrek goes on an adventure with his new wife, Princess Fiona, to visit her parents, who did not expect their daughter to marry an Ogre. Mike Myers voices Shrek, while Eddie Murphy and Cameron Diaz return as Donkey and Fiona.

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Pixar Animation Studios

#46. Incredibles 2

Worldwide box office: $940,677,345

Domestic box office: $557,710,503

International box office: $382,966,842

Year released: 2018

The sequel to the popular 2004 hero movie, "Incredibles 2" continues the story of the crime-fighting family, who this time must return from domestic life to stop a super-villain. The movie received a 94% on Rotten Tomatoes.

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Warner Bros.

#45. Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix

Worldwide box office: $942,943,935

Domestic box office: $292,004,738

International box office: $650,939,197

Year released: 2007

The fifth installment in the “Harry Potter” series has Harry creating a team of wizards to defend Hogwarts against evil. The film received a 7.5 out of 10 on IMDb.

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New Line Cinema

#44. The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies

Worldwide box office: $955,119,788

Domestic box office: $255,119,788

International box office: $700,000,000

Year released: 2014

“The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies” is the third movie in “The Hobbit” series. In this adventure, Bilbo Baggins must defend his homeland from a rising tide of evil. The film received a 7.4 out of 10 on IMDb.

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Warner Bros.

#43. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part I

Worldwide box office: $960,283,305

Domestic box office: $295,983,305

International box office: $664,300,000

Year released: 2010

“Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part I” sends Harry, Hermione and Ron on an adventure to break the spell responsible for Voldemort’s immortality. The film received a 7.7 out of 10 on IMDb.

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New Line Cinema

#42. The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug

Worldwide box office: $960,366,855

Domestic box office: $258,366,855

International box office: $702,000,000

Year released: 2013

Bilbo Baggins returns to his journey, this time to battle the dragon Smaug. The computer-animated Smaug is voiced by Benedict Cumberbatch.

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Columbia Pictures

#41. Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle

Worldwide box office: $962,159,119

Domestic box office: $404,508,916

International box office: $557,650,203

Year released: 2017

Starring Dwayne Johnson, Kevin Hart, Karen Gillan and Jack Black, “Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle” is a new take on the classic movie. This time, Jumanji is a video game four people are trapped playing. The movie received a 7 out of 10 on IMDb.

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Walt Disney Pictures

#40. Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End

Worldwide box office: $963,420,425

Domestic box office: $309,420,425

International box office: $654,000,000

Year released: 2007

The third movie in the "Pirates of the Caribbean" series sees the return of stars Johnny Depp, Orlando Bloom and Keira Knightley. This time, the trio must sail off the edge of the map to stop the notorious pirate Davy Jones.

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Walt Disney Pictures

#39. The Jungle Book

Worldwide box office: $963,819,542

Domestic box office: $364,001,123

International box office: $599,818,419

Year released: 2016

“The Jungle Book” tells the story of Mowgli, a boy raised in the jungle but cast out when a tiger sees the child as a threat. The computer-generated characters of the film are voiced by Scarlett Johansson, Idris Elba, Bill Murray and Ben Kingsley.

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Warner Bros.

#38. Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone

Worldwide box office: $974,755,371

Domestic box office: $317,575,550

International box office: $657,179,821

Year released: 2001

The first film of the “Harry Potter” series, “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone” is the origin story of orphan Harry, who learns he is actually a wizard. The film received a 7.6 out of 10 on IMDb.

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Universal Pictures

#37. Despicable Me 2

Worldwide box office: $975,216,835

Domestic box office: $368,065,385

International box office: $607,151,450

Year released: 2013

The computer-animated "Despicable Me 2" continues the story of Gru. This time, the former super-villain must leave his role as a father to stop a new villain. Steve Carell again voices Gru in this 2013 film.

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Walt Disney Pictures

#36. The Lion King

Worldwide box office: $986,418,360

Domestic box office: $421,785,283

International box office: $564,633,077

Year released: 1994

The 1994 Disney movie "The Lion King" is the story of young lion Simba, who must stop his evil uncle from taking over the kingdom. The movie is currently being remade.

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Warner Bros.

#35. The Dark Knight

Worldwide box office: $1,001,620,618

Domestic box office: $533,345,358

International box office: $468,275,260

Year released: 2008

Christian Bale returns to play Batman in the second installment of the "Batman" trilogy. This time, Batman must stop The Joker from ripping Gotham apart with a plan that tests the hero’s morality. The movie is famous for Heath Ledger’s chilling portrayal of The Joker.

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New Line Cinema

#34. The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey

Worldwide box office: $1,017,003,568

Domestic box office: $303,003,568

International box office: $714,000,000

Year released: 2012

“The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey” is the first in "The Hobbit" film series. Martin Freeman stars as Bilbo Baggins, a Hobbit recruited to help fight for a kingdom. The movie received a 7.9 out of 10 on IMDb.

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Walt Disney Pictures

#33. Zootopia

Worldwide box office: $1,019,706,594

Domestic box office: $341,268,248

International box office: $678,438,346

Year released: 2016

Zootopia takes place in an animal metropolis, and tells the story of a rabbit joining the local police force. Voice actors in the film include Ginnifer Goodwin, Jason Bateman and Shakira.

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Pixar Animation Studios

#32. Finding Dory

Worldwide box office: $1,021,405,367

Domestic box office: $486,295,561

International box office: $535,109,806

Year released: 2016

The 2016 sequel to Finding Nemo  "Finding Dory," follows the blue reef fish Dory on a quest to find her parents. Ellen DeGeneres returns to voice Dory, while Albert Brooks voices Dory’s friend Marlin.

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Walt Disney Pictures

#31. Alice in Wonderland

Worldwide box office: $1,025,491,110

Domestic box office: $334,191,110

International box office: $691,300,000

Year released: 2010

Mia Wasikowska and Johnny Depp star in this adaption of the famous Lewis Carroll book. Alice goes to Underland in an adventure to stop the vicious Red Queen. The film received a 6.5 out of 10 on IMDb.

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Lucasfilm

#30. Star Wars Ep. I: The Phantom Menace

Worldwide box office: $1,027,044,677

Domestic box office: $474,544,677

International box office: $552,500,000

Year released: 1999

“Star Wars Ep. I - The Phantom Menace” is the first of the second trilogy of “Star Wars” movies. Two Jedis find Anakin Skywalker, who they believe could be the key to winning a long-fought battle against the galaxy’s forces of evil. The movie received a 6.5 out of 10 on IMDb.

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Illumination Entertainment

#29. Despicable Me 3

Worldwide box office: $1,034,530,156

Domestic box office: $264,624,300

International box office: $769,905,856

Year released: 2017

Former villain Gru travels to find his long-lost brother in the third installment of the "Despicable Me" series. Steve Carell returns to voice Gru.

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Universal Pictures

#28. Jurassic Park

Worldwide box office: $1,038,812,584

Domestic box office: $395,708,305

International box office: $643,104,279

Year released: 1993

Scientists discover a way to clone dinosaurs, but their theme park turns disastrous and visitors must flee for survival. The 1993 film is based on the book by Michael Crichton and stars Sam Neill, Laura Dern and Jeff Goldblum.

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Walt Disney Pictures

#27. Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides

Worldwide box office: $1,045,663,875

Domestic box office: $241,063,875

International box office: $804,600,000

Year released: 2011

Johnny Depp and Penélope Cruz star in the fourth installment of the "Pirates of the Caribbean" series. In this film, Captain Jack Sparrow searches for the Fountain of Youth. The film received a 32% on Rotten Tomatoes.

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Lucasfilm

#26. Rogue One: A Star Wars Story

Worldwide box office: $1,050,988,488

Domestic box office: $532,177,324

International box office: $518,811,164

Year released: 2016

Jyn, the fearless daughter of an engineer, sets out to find her father and stop the construction of the Death Star. The story relates to the “Star Wars” series, despite not including iconic elements of the original films. The movie received a 7.8 out of 10 on IMDb.

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Walt Disney Pictures

#25. Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest

Worldwide box office: $1,066,215,812

Domestic box office: $423,315,812

International box office: $642,900,000

Year released: 2006

Captain Jack Sparrow is on the run from Davy Jones in "Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest". Sparrow is again joined by friends Will Turner and Elizabeth Swann, played by Orlando Bloom and Keira Knightley.

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Walt Disney Pictures

#24. Toy Story 3

Worldwide box office: $1,069,666,004

Domestic box office: $415,004,880

International box office: $654,661,124

Year released: 2010

Produced by Pixar for Disney, the third "Toy Story" movie sends the beloved toys to a daycare facility. Led by Woody and Buzz Lightyear, the toys must hatch a plan to make it out. Tom Hanks and Tim Allen return to voice the main characters of the computer-animated movie.

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Warner Bros.

#23. The Dark Knight Rises

Worldwide box office: $1,084,439,099

Domestic box office: $448,139,099

International box office: $636,300,000

Year released: 2012

“The Dark Knight Rises” is the final movie of the “Batman” trilogy starring Christian Bale. In this adventure, Batman must overcome his own imprisonment and save Gotham from Bane, played by Tom Hardy. The film received an 8.4 out of 10 on IMDb.

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Paramount Pictures

#22. Transformers: Age of Extinction

Worldwide box office: $1,104,039,076

Domestic box office: $245,439,076

International box office: $858,600,000

Year released: 2014

Mark Wahlberg takes over the principal role in this 2014 "Transformers" film. Wahlberg teams up with Optimus Prime and the Autobots to fight a new force of evil threatening the planet. The film received an 18% on Rotten Tomatoes.

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Columbia Pictures Corporation

#21. Skyfall

Worldwide box office: $1,110,526,981

Domestic box office: $304,360,277

International box office: $806,166,704

Year released: 2012

James Bond and his spy agency MI6 is compromised in 2012 Bond Thriller "Skyfall." Daniel Craig stars as Bond, alongside Naomie Harris and Bérénice Marlohe.

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Paramount Pictures

#20. Transformers: Dark of the Moon

Worldwide box office: $1,123,790,543

Domestic box office: $352,390,543

International box office: $771,400,000

Year released: 2011

Optimus Prime resurrects an old Autobot leader to help in a fight against the Decepticons in this 2011 “Transformers” movie. Shia Labeouf and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley star in the film, which received a 6.3 out of 10 on IMDb.

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New Line Cinema

#19. The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King

Worldwide box office: $1,141,403,341

Domestic box office: $377,845,905

International box office: $763,557,436

Year released: 2003

The final movie of the “Lord of the Rings” trilogy features the Fellowship’s final steps in returning the ring to its true home. The movie follows the books of J.R.R. Tolkien, and received an 8.9 out of 10 on IMDb.

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Mavel Studios

#18. Captain America: Civil War

Worldwide box office: $1,153,304,495

Domestic box office: $408,084,349

International box office: $745,220,146

Year released: 2016

Captain America and Iron Man feud for control of the Avengers, culminating in an all-out battle. Spider-Man, Thor and Black Panther make appearances in the film, which received a 7.8 out of 10 on IMDb.

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Universal Pictures

#17. Minions

Worldwide box office: $1,167,245,366

Domestic box office: $336,045,770

International box office: $831,199,596

Year released: 2015

The 2015 spin-off movie from "Despicable Me," “Minions,” follows the story of three minions in search of a super-villain in need of help. Their journey takes them to Scarlet Overkill, voiced by Sandra Bullock.

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Legendary Entertainment

#16. Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom

Worldwide box office: $1,196,772,113

Domestic box office: $384,164,925

International box office: $812,607,188

Year released: 2018

When a volcano threatens to destroy the island, two people return to Jurassic World to save the remaining dinosaurs. However, they find a new, more deadly breed of dinosaur waiting for them. The film stars Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard.

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Marvel Studios

#15. Iron Man 3

Worldwide box office: $1,215,392,272

Domestic box office: $408,992,272

International box office: $806,400,000

Year released: 2013

The third “Iron Man” adventure forces Tony Stark to rely less on his special suit and more on his natural abilities to save his life, his love and the world. Robert Downey Jr. returns as Tony Stark, alongside Gwyneth Paltrow, in this 2013 film that received an 80% on Rotten Tomatoes.

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Universal Pictures

#14. The Fate of the Furious

Worldwide box office: $1,234,978,590

Domestic box office: $225,764,765

International box office: $1,009,213,825

Year released: 2017

The eighth installment of the “Fast and the Furious” series has Dom (Vin Diesel) betray his former crew because of a mysterious new woman. The rest of the drivers must figure out why, while they run for their safety. The movie received a 6.7 out of 10 on IMDb.

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Walt Disney Pictures

#13. Beauty and the Beast

Worldwide box office: $1,261,139,630

Domestic box office: $504,014,165

International box office: $757,125,465

Year released: 2017

The 2017 remake of the classic Disney film stars Emma Watson as Belle, the daughter of a clockmaker. She takes her father’s place in a mysterious castle prison and learns the secret of the Beast, who is doomed to remain in the castle unless he can find true love. The movie used computer-generated imaging to make the iconic Beast come to life.

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Walt Disney Pictures

#12. Frozen

Worldwide box office: $1,274,234,980

Domestic box office: $400,738,009

International box office: $873,496,971

Year released: 2013

When a snow queen accidentally turns the kingdom into perpetual winter, her sister teams up with a mountaineer to bring warmth back to the land. This Disney movie received a 7.5 out of 10 on IMDb and is known for its famous song, “Let It Go.”

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Walt Disney Pictures

#11. Star Wars Ep. VIII: The Last Jedi

Worldwide box office: $1,318,092,040

Domestic box office: $620,181,382

International box office: $697,910,658

Year released: 2017

A young woman with strong powers trains with Luke Skywalker while the Dark Side launches another attack on the Resistance forces. The 2017 “Star Wars” movie received a 7.3 out of 10 on IMDb.

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Warner Bros.

#10. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part II

Worldwide box office: $1,341,511,219

Domestic box office: $381,011,219

International box office: $960,500,000

Year released: 2011

“Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2” continues Harry, Hermione and Ron’s adventure to undermine Voldemort’s immortality. The film received an 8.1 out of 10 on IMDb.

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Marvel Studios

#9. Black Panther

Worldwide box office: $1,346,944,000

Domestic box office: $699,932,307

International box office: $647,011,693

Year released: 2018

Newly crowned king of Wakanda, T’Challa, is faced with a deadly new power threatening his people. As Black Panther, he is forced to risk it all to protect his home. The movie received a 97% on Rotten Tomatoes and had the biggest opening in history for a solo-superhero movie.

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Mavel Studios

#8. Avengers: Age of Ultron

Worldwide box office: $1,408,218,722

Domestic box office: $459,005,868

International box office: $949,212,854

Year released: 2015

When Tony Stark’s peacekeeping idea fails, the Avengers must come together to battle a new foe. The 2015 movie stars Robert Downey Jr., Chris Evans, Chris Hemsworth and Scarlett Johansson.

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Universal Pictures

#7. Furious 7

Worldwide box office: $1,518,722,794

Domestic box office: $353,007,020

International box office: $1,165,715,774

Year released: 2015

“The Fast and the Furious” drivers return for the seventh installment of the film series. This time, they come back from retirement when the brother of a former foe becomes bent on revenge. The 2015 film received a 7.2 out of 10 on IMDb and was notable for the way the cast and crew finished the movie, despite the sudden death of actor Paul Walker during filming.

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Mavel Studios

#6. The Avengers

Worldwide box office: $1,519,479,547

Domestic box office: $623,279,547

International box office: $896,200,000

Year released: 2012

Superheroes from across the universe must team up to stop an alien invasion bent on enslaving the human race in this 2012 superhero movie. Many of the actors and actresses starred in their own individual superhero movies, such as Robert Downey Jr., Chris Evans and Chris Hemsworth.

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Universal Pictures

#5. Jurassic World

Worldwide box office: $1,671,713,208

Domestic box office: $652,270,625

International box office: $1,019,442,583

Year released: 2015

Chris Pratt stars as Owen, an animal expert who must save tourists at the Jurassic theme park when a genetically modified dinosaur begins terrorizing the island. This was the first in a reboot of the 1990s “Jurassic” series, and received a 7 out of 10 on IMDb.

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Marvel Studios

#4. Avengers: Infinity War

Worldwide box office: $2,018,792,397

Domestic box office: $676,858,988

International box office: $1,341,933,409

Year released: 2018

When the evil Thanos arrives to reshape the universe, the Avengers must team up with characters throughout the Marvel comic book world to fight back. Robert Downey Jr., Benedict Cumberbatch, Chris Pratt, Chris Hemsworth, Scarlett Johansson, Chadwick Boseman, and Chris Evans all star.

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Lucasfilm

#3. Star Wars Ep. VII: The Force Awakens

Worldwide box office: $2,058,662,225

Domestic box office: $936,662,225

International box office: $1,122,000,000

Year released: 2015

Mark Hamill returns in his star role as Luke Skywalker to fight a new force of evil in the galaxy 30 years after defeating Darth Vader. However, Skywalker must team up with a new generation of fighters to have a chance. The 2015 film received an 8 out of 10 on IMDb.

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Twentieth Century Fox

#2. Titanic

Worldwide box office: $2,208,208,395

Domestic box office: $659,363,944

International box office: $1,548,844,451

Year released: 1997

A poor young man falls in love with an aristocrat aboard the RMS Titanic. Their fight for survival on the sinking ship follows their love story in this 1997 movie starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet.

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Twentieth Century Fox

#1. Avatar

Worldwide box office: $2,776,345,279

Domestic box office: $760,507,625

International box office: $2,015,837,654

Year released: 2009

A human living in an alien world through a hybrid being, called an Avatar, turns against his former comrades to protect the world of Pandora from invasion. The 2009 film used advanced 3D technology to create the mesmerizing scenes. James Cameron directed “Avatar” as well as “Titanic.”

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