always on controversial lists, of Highest grossing movies in the history of cinema Nor is it free from discussions, but if we ignore inflation adjustments over the years and a few other variables on cost/profitability, we are facing a consensus, marked by today’s numbers. Let’s see how things are and how their latest additions are faring.
Three James Cameron movies and four Avengers are among the top 15 grosser
of course the public likes disney, Most of the 15 highest-grossing films in the history of cinema come from his studio. superheroes ruleand all releases from the first decade of the 21st century, except Avatar, from 2009, at position 1, and most Visa, Titanicfrom 1997, at No. 3, and yes, both by James Cameron.
And speaking of Cameron, The Run of Avatar: The Sense of Water has been impressive, releasing on December 16. It hasn’t even been in theaters for a month and has already reached number 15 over 1400 million collections, In fact, it is the sixth in history to exceed 1 billion in its first two weeks. Given the classification we give you, it is clear that in position 13 The Age of Ultron won’t even know what happened to him.
Another one that flies off the list, and has never been better called, is Top Gun: Maverick, Tom Cruise’s triumphant return to beach sports. His fighter is several heads taller than Avatar 2, but he’s months ahead of its release and, while there’s less and less fuel left in his engine, Cameron’s film shows no signs of fatigue. Next, the list with the figures in dollars. sit back and enjoy.
- Avatar (2009): 2,922,917,914
- Avengers: Endgame (2019): 2,797,501,328
- Titanic (1997): 2,201,647,264
- Star Wars: Episode VII – The Force Awakens (2015): 2,069,521,700
- Avengers: Infinity War (2018): 2,048,359,754
- Spider-Man: No Way Home (2021): 1,916,306,995
- Jurassic World (2015): 1,671,537,444
- The Lion King (2019): 1,663,075,401
- The Avengers (2012): 1,518,815,515
- Furious 7 (2015): 1,515,341,399
- Top Gun: Maverick (2022): 1,488,732,821
- Frozen II (2019): 1,450,026,933
- Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015): 1,402,809,540
- Avatar: The Sense of Water (2022): 1,401,317,914
- Black Panther (2018): 1,382,248,826
Stay tuned for our updates, because the next few weeks are going to be exciting. The Navi are expected to run rampantly at each other, and Maverick looks increasingly worried in the rearview mirror of his motorcycle.