RKLord of the Rings: The Return of the King saw its original gross corrected in 2019. Steven Spielberg is the most represented director on the chart with six films to his credit, occupying the top spot in 1975, 1981, 1982, 1984, 1989 and 1993. [58] Its international release was delayed by World War I, and it was not released in many foreign territories until the 1920s; coupled with further re-releases in the United States, its $10 million earnings as reported by Variety in 1932 are consistent with the earlier figure. Since the Cinerama corporation owned the theaters there were no rental fees for the films, meaning the studio received 100% of the box-office gross, unlike the case with most other films where the distributor typically receives less than half the gross. CIThe Cinerama figures represent gross amounts. [20] To compensate for the devaluation of the currency, some charts make adjustments for inflation, but not even this practice fully addresses the issue, since ticket prices and inflation do not necessarily parallel one another. Titanic earned $1.2 billion from video and DVD sales and rentals,[1] in addition to the $2.2 billion it grossed in theaters. Films generate income from several revenue streams, including theatrical exhibition, home video, television broadcast rights, and merchandising. Traditionally, war films, musicals, and historical dramas have been the most popular genres, but franchise films have been among the best performers in the 21st century. (HSY) - Get Report saw their profits rise 65% after the pronounced use of Reese's Pieces in the film. ", Adjusted box office: $1.45 billion -$1.55 billion. Avatar, in second place on the nominal chart, is the highest-grossing film that is not a sequel or an adaptation of a pre-existing property. The result of this correction is that Spider-Man: Far From Home, Captain Marvel and Transformers: Dark of the Moon all peaked one place lower than shown in the accompanying source. Although this list does not adjust for inflation, it is apparent that franchise movies have reached an all-time peak (one-third of this list comes from the MCU). Another example of a franchise revival making big earning at the box office, "Jurassic World" saw the newly-minted action star Chris Pratt bring audiences back to a slicker version of the world Steven Spielberg set up in his 1993 blockbuster. So, what are the highest-grossing movies of all time? Television broadcast rights will also substantially add to a film's earnings, with a film often earning as much as 20–25% of its theatrical box-office for a couple of television runs on top of pay-per-view revenues;[4] Titanic earned a further $55 million from the NBC and HBO broadcast rights,[1] equating to about 9% of its North American gross. The Star Wars films are the highest-grossing series based on a single property, earning over $10 billion at the box office (although the Eon James Bond films have earned over $18 billion in total when adjusted to current prices). Like Batman V Superman, Watchmen is a polarizing film for many DC fans. While it made a killing at the box office, it just barely missed becoming the most successful movie in the franchise. If it were the rental gross then that would have made it not only the highest-grossing film of the year, but one of the highest-grossing films of the silent era, and if that is the case it would be unusual for both International Motion Picture Almanac and Variety to omit it from their lists. Adjusted box office: $3.4 billion -$3.8 billion. [57] Exact figures are not known for The Birth of a Nation, but contemporary records put its worldwide earnings at $5.2 million as of 1919. [65] In addition to its gross rental earnings through public exhibition, The Birth of a Nation played at a large number of private, club and organizational engagements which figures are unavailable for. The final outing for many of Marvel's heroes, "Avengers: Endgame" broke all kinds of records upon its release, including highest-grossing opening weekend at $1.2 billion, fastest time to gross $1 billion, and highest-grossing superhero film of all time. By RADIO.COM Staff. So whenever 'No Time to Die' finally hits theaters, it'll have some tough competition. If a film increased its gross through re-releases while holding the record, the year in which it recorded its highest gross is also noted in italics. The James Bond series is the third-highest-grossing franchise of all time. With its 3-D visuals and fully-digital world, the film was praised by many for, like Star Wars, ushering in a new era of special effects. The Sound of Music, The Godfather, Jaws, Jurassic Park and Titanic increased their earnings with further releases in 1973, 1997, 1979, 2013 and 2012 respectively, but they are not included in the totals here because they had already conceded the record prior to being re-released. Audience tastes were fairly eclectic during the 20th century, but several trends did emerge. It was the biggest hit of its kind, and remained in continual distribution until the 1970s when hardcore pornography eventually took over. Estimates depend on the price index used to adjust the grosses,[28] and the exchange rates used to convert between currencies can also impact upon the calculations, both of which can have an effect on the ultimate rankings of an inflation adjusted list. DM2Disney issued an erratum to the gross for The Lion King in May 2016, correcting its gross from $987.5 million to $968.5 million. The top grossing movies of all time, adjusted for inflation, as reported by highest grossing movies ever includes a calculation that converts the domestic box office grosses of all movies into what their dollar equivalent would be in 2013 based on average ticket prices then and now.. [27] Converting to a more representative system that counts ticket sales rather than gross is also fraught with problems because the only data available for older films are the sale totals. Some sources claim that The Big Parade superseded The Birth of a Nation as highest-grossing film, eventually being replaced by Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, which in turn was quickly usurped by Gone with the Wind. The four Avengers films and the two Frozen films are the only franchises where each installment has grossed over $1 billion. Some of the older films that feature prominently above are no longer the high-earners, instead, the list of highest-grossing films is undeniably Marvel-skewed. Adjusted box office: $2.4 billion - $2.5 billion. Limited Release … While those certainly find their way onto the list (with "Avengers Infinity Wars" being the latest addition), depending on how you evaluate box-office earnings, a southern romance, bible epic, Russian drama, and musical all dominate the list along with their action movie fellows. InfInflation adjustment is carried out using the Consumer price index for advanced economies published by the International Monetary Fund. Indisputable, though, is that the film became an unprecedented success upon its release, averaging around 11,000 audience members a day at its peak and selling roughly 60 million tickets in the U.S. alone by the end of its 4-year run - just under half of the country's population. 2019 box office: $2.742 billion (and counting). The genre continued to perform strongly in the 1930s, but the outbreak of World War II saw war-themed films dominate again during this period, starting with Gone with the Wind (American Civil War) in 1939, and finishing with The Best Years of Our Lives (World War II) in 1946. [15] In view of what appears to be an aberration in the source, a previous figure is provided. The Godfather was re-released in 1973 after its success at the 45th Academy Awards, and Jaws was released again in 1976, and their grosses here most likely include earnings from those releases. A rare example of a non-franchise (at least non-franchise for 20 years) action movie breaking records, this Will Smith and Jeff Goldblum-led alien-invasion thriller enjoyed mixed critical reception but massive success at the box office. Prior to 2000, only seven film series had grossed over $1 billion at the box office: James Bond,[90] Star Wars,[91] Indiana Jones,[92] Rocky,[93][94][95] Batman,[96] Jurassic Park,[97] and Star Trek. [33] The index is uniformly applied to the grosses in the chart published by Guinness World Records in 2014, beginning with the 2014 index. As such, it saw audiences across the world come to see the beginning of the end. The Cecil B. DeMille production only found greater success after expanding its release despite the film's 4-hour runtime. Variety's 'rental' amounts are often repeated, but have no basis in the reality of what the films actually earned—they are hypothetical figures conceived for comparative analysis. Stacker used data from The Numbers to rank the top 50 highest-grossing movies of all time at the domestic box office (adjusted for inflation) so you could take a look for yourself. Highest Grossing Movies - Inflation Adjusted Name the highest-grossing movies of all time at the U.S. box office, adjusted for inflation . S7Snow White's $418 million global cume omits earnings outside of North America from 1987 onwards. Trade journals would collate the data by either obtaining it from the distributors themselves, who were keen to promote a successful film, or by surveying theaters and constructing an estimate. The first of Disney's Adjusted box office: $1.75 billion -$1.8 billion. Estimates for Gone with the Wind's adjusted gross have varied substantially: its owner, Turner Entertainment, estimated its adjusted earnings at $3.3 billion in 2007, a few years earlier than the Guinness estimate;[29] other estimates fall either side of this amount, with one putting its gross just under $3 billion in 2010,[30] while another provided an alternative figure of $3.8 billion in 2006. The figures in the above chart take into account inflation that occurred in 2014, and in every available year since then, through 2019. Rodgers and Hammerstein’s 1965 musical film is based on the Broadway musical of the same name, and details the story of the family von Trapp and their singing governess, Maria. The first and highest-grossing film in the "Harry Potter" series, audiences flocked to see the big-screen adaptation of J.K. Rowling's hit fantasy novels as brought to life by child stars Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Whatson, and Rupert Grint. Depending on how accurate the estimates are, the 1959 remake of Ben-Hur may also have captured the record from Gone with the Wind: as of the end of 1961 it had earned $47 million worldwide,[72] and by 1963 it was trailing Gone with the Wind by just $2 million with international takings of $65 million,[73] ultimately earning $66 million from its initial release. Five films in total have grossed in excess of $2 billion worldwide, with Avengers: Endgame ranked in the top position. and Avatar all increased their record grosses with re-releases. All charts are ranked by international theatrical box office performance where possible, excluding income derived from home video, broadcasting rights, and merchandise. [98] Since the turn of the century that number has increased to over fifty (not including one-off hits such as Avatar, Titanic, and Zootopia). Other Marvel Comics adaptations have also had success with the Spider-Man and X-Men properties, while films based on Batman and Superman from DC Comics have generally performed well. Distributors would often report the worldwide rental since the higher figure made the film appear more successful, while estimates were limited to performance in North America; therefore it was not unusual for worldwide and North American rentals to be mixed up. The 21st century has seen an increasing dependence on franchises and adaptations, with the box office dominance of films based on pre-existing intellectual property at record levels.[42]. While the director was reportedly making $500,000 off the friendly alien, Hershey INNo contemporary sources provide figures for 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, although The Numbers provides a figure of $8,000,000 for the North American box office gross. [35] Titanic grossed a further $691,642 during a limited re-release in 2017 for its 20th anniversary, but this figure is not represented in the adjusted total.[36]. 'Gone with the Wind' (1939) 1939 box office: $400.2 million. It was re-released in the United Kingdom in December 2017 with Olaf's Frozen Adventure earning an additional $2.3 million. Original release (excluding 2009 IMAX reissue): Lifetime grosses (outside U.S. & Canada): This page was last edited on 2 December 2020, at 18:52. This article ranks every one of those sub-genres side by side and accounts for inflation in order to determine the true highest-grossing horror movies ever. The grosses from their original theatrical runs are included here along with totals from re-releases up to the point that they lost the record; therefore the total for The Birth of a Nation includes income from its reissues up to 1940; the total for Star Wars includes revenue from the late 1970s and early 1980s reissues but not from the 1997 Special Edition; the total for E.T. This is a list of the highest-grossing films in the U.S. and Canada, a market known in the film industry as the North American box office, or as the domestic box office within the U.S. itself. Adjusted box office: $3.4 billion -$3.8 billion Thankfully for them, the film became a worldwide hit (excluding China which banned it as religious propaganda), more than recouping the costs. As everyone should know, the top money-making film of all-time is NOT Star Wars: Episode VII - The Force Awakens (2015) but Gone With the Wind (1939). Spielberg still receives 2.5% of profits from Star Wars to this day. The following Top 10 Ranking therefore ranks the highest grossing movies of all time, adjusted for inflation. At least eleven films have held the record of 'highest-grossing film' since The Birth of a Nation assumed the top spot in 1915. UNChopra-Gant stipulates that the figure given for Unconquered is for North American box-office, but as was common at the time, the chart confuses worldwide and North American grosses. [59] At this time, Variety still had The Birth of a Nation ahead of The Big Parade ($6,400,000) on distributor rentals and—if its estimate is correct—Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs ($8,500,000)[60] would not have earned enough on its first theatrical run to take the record;[61] although it would have been the highest-grossing 'talkie',[62] displacing The Singing Fool ($5,900,000). Martini Shots ... Gallery- 10 Highest Grossing Bollywood Movies Of All Time Adjusted For Inflation . Well, the only way to answer that in any meaningful way is to adjust the grosses of films according to inflation. The list is not adjusted for inflation. One notable example of this phenomenon is Avatar, which was also released in 3D and IMAX: almost two-thirds of tickets for that film were for 3D showings with an average price of $10, and about one-sixth were for IMAX showings with an average price over $14.50, compared to a 2010 average price of $7.61 for 2D films. Some attribute the scale of its success to the $1.3 million Fox spent in advertising the film during the Super Bowl, kicking off the trend of using Super Bowl airtime to promote blockbuster hopefuls. incorporates its gross from the 1985 reissue but not from 2002; the total for Avatar includes revenue from the 2010 Special Edition, which represents all of its earnings up to the point it relinquished the record. A shared universe is a particular type of crossover where a number of characters from a wide range of fictional works wind up sharing a fictional world. A film so shocking that everyone had to see it, "The Exorcist" initially only opened on 30 screens. Another Disney staple, this film dazzled audiences worldwide with its stunning animation, becoming an instant success. [10][11] Pixar had another huge hit with Toy Story 3, which generated almost $10 billion in merchandise retail sales in addition to the $1 billion it earned at the box office.[12]. [46] However, it is possible this figure has been mistaken for the gross of the 1954 remake which also earned $8,000,000 in North American rentals.[47]. With the advent of sound in 1927, the musical—the genre best placed to showcase the new technology—took over as the most popular type of film with audiences, with 1928 and 1929 both being topped by musical films. F8In the case of The Fate of the Furious the gross is from an archived version of Box Office Mojo, after irregularities were discovered in the current figure. Adjusted box office: $1.6 billion -$1.65 billion. Gone With the Wind (1939) [18] This means that Despicable Me 2 peaked at #19 at the end of its run, ahead of The Lion King, rather than at #20 as indicated by the source. The Birth of a Nation, Gone with the Wind, The Godfather, Jaws, Star Wars, E.T. [22] Social and economic factors such as population change[23] and the growth of international markets[24][25][26] also impact on the number of people purchasing theater tickets, along with audience demographics where some films sell a much higher proportion of discounted children's tickets, or perform better in big cities where tickets cost more. [99] This is partly due to inflation and market growth, but also to Hollywood's adoption of the franchise model: films that have built-in brand recognition, such as being based on a well-known literary source or an established character. The Marvel Cinematic Universe is also the highest-grossing franchise, amassing over $22 billion at the box office. Samson and Delilah (1949) saw the beginning of a trend of increasingly expensive historical dramas set during Ancient Rome/biblical times throughout the 1950s as cinema competed with television for audiences,[40] with Quo Vadis, The Robe, The Ten Commandments, Ben-Hur and Spartacus all becoming the highest-grossing film of the year during initial release, before the genre started to wane after several high-profile failures. Currently, it's the second-highest grossing film of all time without adjusting for inflation, and in a bid to cover the $40 million dollar gap separating it from the top spot, Marvel has announced an extended cut of the film they'll be bringing to theaters next weekend. 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