Avatar $2.847 BILL, Domestic: $760.5 million, Release: Dec 18, 2009, 12 years for James Cameron to follow up the biggest film of all time with what would become the new biggest film of all time.
Avengers: Endgame (2019)$2.798 BILLION Domestic: $858.4 million The journey that began in 2008 with Iron Man was coming to an end – at least for some of the characters in the Marvel Cinematic Universe
Titanic (1997) $2.202 BILLIONDomestic: $659.4 million, James Cameron makes expensive movies. The Abyss, Terminator 2, and True Lies were all the most expensive movies of their time upon release.
Star Wars: The Force Awakens (2015) $2.070 BILLION Domestic: $936.7 million 12 years after the completion of the Star Wars prequel trilogy, J.J. Abrams was tasked with making Episode VII– a monumental
Avengers: Infinity War $2.048 BILLIONDomestic: $678.8 million Just shy of 10 years since it began, the Marvel Cinematic Universe gathered nearly every one of its characters for a galaxy-wide showdown.
Spider-Man: No Way Home $1.901 BILLIONDomestic: $804.8 million Speaking of gathering Marvel characters for an epic showdown, 2021 provided an unexpected box office champion that would swing
Jurassic World $1.671 BILLIOND omestic: $653.4 million 22 years after Steven Spielberg’s Jurassic Park became the Jaws for a new generation, generation’s kids to have own version of dinosaur mayhem.
The Lion King2019 $1.663 BILLION Domestic: $543.6 million Having found success with its live-action re-imaginings of The Jungle Book and Beauty and the Beast, Disney tripled down in 2019.
Marvel's the Avengers 2012 $1.519 BILLION Domestic: $623.4 million Want proof that Avengers work best together? Consider that the first combined outing for Iron Man, Thor, and Captain America bested
Furious 7 2015 $1.515 BILLION Domestic: $353 million became one of the unlikeliest mega franchises ever. Vin Diesel’s return in the series’ fourth film is what really got the Fast and Furious franchis