Top 50 Highest Grossing Movies of the World

Top 50 highest-grossing movies of the world of All time

Every year a lot of movies are released and some earn huge profits and some are not which are not able to meet their budget also. Today we are talking about the Top 50 highest-grossing movies in the world which made huge profits from their Movies and after so many years is still in the top position. The film which has been at the top position for the last 12 years with a worldwide gross of $2,847,246,203 is still on the top. Any film mainly depends on its well-written screenplay, direction, movie storyline as well as the way actors perform and deliver dialogues. The most important factor is the message in the film which connects the audience to the story. A movie that makes you think, that surprises you or that makes you lose in a feeling or that makes you laugh, only succeeds. So today I will tell you the top 50 highest-grossing movies of the world of all time. So if you found it interesting and useful kindly comment below. Here is a list of the Top 50 highest-grossing movies of the world of All time.

1. Avatar:-

Set in 2154, the main character, Jack Sully (Sam Worthington), is sent on a secret mission to the fictional planet Pandora. To travel to this planet, Jack is equipped with a special program Avatar. Because the planet’s atmosphere is toxic for humans. So Human/Navi hybrids, called avatars, must connect with the human mind to allow free movement on Pandora. Jack is required to continue with the mission’s objective even after visiting the planet, and the boss of that mission can execute it however he pleases. After visiting the planet Pandora, Jack is joined by the rest of the world who live on the planet. Jack falls in love with the king’s daughter, but the US military boss who sends her on a mission has a different intention.

Date of release:- December 18, 2009

Worldwide collection:-  $2.847 Billion ($2,847,246,203)

Domestic Collection:-$760.5 million

2.Avengers: Endgame:-

Avengers Endgame is a Hollywood film, the fourth part of the Avengers series, and at the end of the Avengers Infinity War film, Thanos pinches half the world. And he only wanted to be alive for those whom he wanted to be alive. The story of the movie “Avengers: Endgame” begins here. The film is based on preventing and punishing Thanos’ evil acts. So that we can save the universe. For this task, several superheroes will come together to fight Thanos.
Iron Man (Robert Downey), Captain America (Chris Evans), Thor (Chris Hemsworth), Hulk (Mark Ruffalo), Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson), Jeremy Renner, Ant-Man (Paul Rudd) Against Sanos (Josh Brolin), and Captain Marvel (Brie Larson) unites in a battle. Indeed, Ant-Man (Paul Rudd) arrives and tells these superheroes that if they go into the past through quantum theory and get those jewels before Thanos, they can escape the state of Infinite Warfare. You can bring back your loved ones who were lost in the war.

Date of release:- December 18, 2009

Worldwide collection:- $2.797 Billion ($2,797,501,328)

Domestic Collection:- $760.5 million

3. Titanic:-

Titanic was the ship on which this film was made. Some people are looking for something in the depths of the ocean. Then they see Titanic. It was buried in April 1912.

Flashback A huge ship is trying to make a long journey. Somewhere this ship, there are two types of compartment, a luxury ship and a low-class ship, which departs at night. Food is being prepared. Painted heroin from this factory is run on the ship. And I want to jump ship. And the guard misunderstands something and captures Jack. Then the heroine’s fiancée arrives. And Jack starts dying. Therefore, the heroine understands that the heroine’s fiancé invites Jack to dinner.

And Jack dressed well and went to dinner, but Jack was a lower class. Jack sits down and has dinner with everyone. And Jack takes the heroine to the lower classes. And he watches the party. The heroine is having a lot of fun when the heroine asks Jack to take a picture of her, and then Jack becomes her picture. Meanwhile, the captain sees a snowy mountain in front of the ship. While saving the ship, a piece of ice hits the ship and starts filling the water. Cabin under the ship.

Date of release:- December 19, 1997

Worldwide collection:- $2.187 Billion ($2,187,425,379)

Domestic Collection:- $659.4 Million

4. Star Wars: The Force Awakens

Date of release:- December 18, 2015

Worldwide collection:- $2.068 Billion ($2,068,223,624)

Domestic Collection:- $936.7 Million

5. Avengers: Infinity War

Date of release:- April 27, 2018

Worldwide collection:- $2.048 Billion ($2,048,359,754)

Domestic Collection:-  $678.8 Million

6. Jurassic World

Date of release:- June 12, 2015

Worldwide collection:-$1.671 Billion ($1,671,713,208)

Domestic Collection:-  $652.3 Million

7. The Lion King

Date of release:- July 19, 2019

Worldwide collection:- $1.656 Billion ($1,656,943,394)

Domestic Collection:- $543.6 Million

8. The Avengers

Date of release:- May 4, 2012

Worldwide collection:- $1.518 Billion ($1,518,812,988)

Domestic Collection:-  $623.4 Million

9. Furious 7

Date of release:- April 3, 2015

Worldwide collection:- $1.516 Billion ($1,516,045,911)

Domestic Collection:-  $353 Million

10. Frozen II

Date of release:- November 22, 2019

Worldwide collection:- $1.450 Billion ($1,450,026,933)

Domestic Collection:- $477 Million

11. Avengers: Age of Ultron

Date of release:- May 1, 2015

Worldwide collection:- $1.402 Billion ($1,402,805,868)

Domestic Collection:- $459 Million

12. Black Panther

Date of release:- February 16, 2018

Worldwide collection:- $1.347 Billion ($1,347,280,838)

Domestic Collection:- $700.1 million

13. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2

Date of release:- July 15, 2011

Worldwide collection:- $1.342 Billion ($1,342,025,430)

Domestic Collection:- $381.2 Million

14. Star Wars: The Last Jedi

Date of release:- December 15, 2017

Worldwide collection:- $1.332 Billion ($1,332,539,889)

Domestic Collection:- $620.2 Million

15. Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom

Date of release:- June 22, 2018

Worldwide collection:- $1.309 Billion

Domestic Collection:- $417.7 Million

16. Frozen

Date of release:- November 22, 2013

Worldwide collection:- $1.290 Billion ($1,290,000,000)

Domestic Collection:- $400.7 Million

17. Beauty and the Beast

Date of release:- March 17, 2017

Worldwide collection:- $1.263 Billion ($1,263,521,126)

Domestic Collection:-  $504 Million

18. Incredibles 2

Date of release:- June 15, 2018

Worldwide collection:- $1.242 Billion ($1,242,805,359)

Domestic Collection:- $608.6 Million

19. The Fate of the Furious

Date of release:- April 14, 2017

Worldwide collection:- $1.238 Billion ($1,238,764,765)

Domestic Collection:- $226 Million

20. Iron Man 3

Date of release:-  May 3, 2017

Worldwide collection:- $1.214 Billion ($1,214,811,252)

Domestic Collection:-  $409 Million

21. Minions

Date of release:- July 10, 2015

Worldwide collection:- $1.159 Billion ($1,159,398,397)

Domestic Collection:- $336 Million

22. Captain America: Civil War

Date of release:- May 6, 2016

Worldwide collection:- $1.153 Billion ($1,153,329,473)

Domestic Collection:- $408.1 Million

23. Aquaman

Date of release:- December 21, 2018

Worldwide collection:- $1.148 Billion ($1,148,485,886)

Domestic Collection:- $335.1 Million

24. The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King

Date of release:- December 17, 2003

Worldwide collection:- $1.146 Billion ($1,146,030,912)

Domestic Collection:- $377.8 Million

25. Spider-Man: Far From Home

Date of release:- July 2, 2019

Worldwide collection:- $1.131 Billion ($1,131,927,996)

Domestic Collection:- $390.5 Million

26. Captain Marvel

Date of release:- March 8, 2019

Worldwide collection:- $1.128 Billion ($1,128,274,794)

Domestic Collection:- $426.8 Million

27. Transformers: Dark of the Moon

Date of release:- June 29, 2011

Worldwide collection:- $1.123 Billion ($1,123,794,079)

Domestic Collection:-  $352.4 Million

28. Skyfall

Date of release:- November 9, 2012

Worldwide collection:- $1.108 Billion ($1,108,561,013)

Domestic Collection:- $304.4 Million

29. Transformers: Age of Extinction

Date of release:- June 27, 2014

Worldwide collection:- $1.104 Billion ($1,104,054,072)

Domestic Collection:- $245.4 Million

30. The Dark Knight Rises

Date of release:- July 20, 2012

Worldwide collection:- $1.084 Billion ($1,084,939,099)

Domestic Collection:- $448.1 Million

31. Joker

Date of release:- October 3, 2019

Worldwide collection:- $1.074 Billion ($1,074,251,311)

Domestic Collection:-  $335 Million

32. Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker

Date of release:- December 20, 2019

Worldwide collection:- $1.074 Billion ($1,074,144,248)

Domestic Collection:- $514.7 Million

33. Toy Story 4

Date of release:- June 21, 2019

Worldwide collection:- $1.073 Billion ($1,073,394,593)

Domestic Collection:- $433.9 Million

34. Toy Story 3

Date of release:- June 18, 2010

Worldwide collection:- $1.066 Billion ($1,066,969,703)

Domestic Collection:- $415 Million

35. Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest

Date of release:- July 7, 2006

Worldwide collection:- $1.066 Billion ($1,066,179,725)

Domestic Collection:- $423.3 Million

36. Rogue One: A Star Wars Story

Date of release:- December 16, 2016

Worldwide collection:- $1.056 Billion ($1,056,057,273)

Domestic Collection:-  $532.2 Million

37. Aladdin

Date of release:- May 24, 2019

Worldwide collection:- $1.050 Billion ($1,050,693,953)

Domestic Collection:- $355.6 Million

38. Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides

Date of release:- May 20, 2011

Worldwide collection:- $1.045 Billion ($1,045,713,802)

Domestic Collection:- $241.1 Million

39. Despicable Me 3

Date of release:- June 30, 2017

Worldwide collection:- $1.034 Billion

Domestic Collection:- $264.6 Million

40. Jurassic Park

Date of release:- June 11, 1993

Worldwide collection:- $1.029 ($1,029,939,903)

Domestic Collection:- $402.8 Million

41. Finding Dory

Date of release:- June 17, 2016

Worldwide collection:- $1.028 Billion ($1,028,570,889)

Domestic Collection:- $486.3 Million

42. Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace

Date of release:- May 19, 1999

Worldwide collection:- $1.027 Billion ($1,027,044,677)

Domestic Collection:- $474.5 Million

43. Alice in Wonderland

Date of release:- March 5, 2010

Worldwide collection:- $1.025 Billion ($1,025,467,110)

Domestic Collection:- $334.2 Million

44. Zootopia

Date of release:- March 4, 2016

Worldwide collection:- $1.023 Billion ($1,023,784,195)

Domestic Collection:- $341.3 Million

45. The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey

Date of release:- December 14, 2012

Worldwide collection:- $1.017 Billion ($1,017,003,568)

Domestic Collection:- $303 Million

46. Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone

Date of release:- 12 April 2002

Worldwide collection:- $1.006 Billion ($1,006,968,171)

Domestic Collection:- $317 Million 

47. The Dark Knight

Date of release:- July 18, 2008

Worldwide collection:- $1.005 Billion ($1,005,973,645)

Domestic Collection:- $535.2 million

48. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 1

Date of release:- 19 November 2010

Worldwide collection:- $976.9 Million ($976,941,486)

Domestic Collection:- $296 Million

49. Despicable Me 2

Date of release:- July 3, 2013

Worldwide collection:- $970.7 Million ($970,761,885)

Domestic Collection:-  $368.1 Million

50. The Lion King

Date of release:- June 15, 1994

Worldwide collection:- $968.4 Million ($968,483,777)

Domestic Collection:- $422.8 Million

 

 

 

 

 

 

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