The Highest Grossing Movie For Each Year of This Decade

We have finally got a new film on the throne as Avengers: Endgame has become the highest grossing movie of all time having taken down Avatar. James Cameron’s masterpiece was sitting on the throne for the last 10 years. But now we finally have a new successor. The last 10 years have produced so many huge films and at least one movie has crossed a Billion Dollars in every year this decade. So, let’s take a look at the highest grossing films of every year in the past decade:

2010

Toy Story 3

Highest Grossing Movie

The third instalment of the Toy Story Franchise won all the hearts and broke all box office records. Toy Story 3 is an emotional movie, and it was , loved by fans all over the globe.

 Competition: Iron Man 2, Inception

US Domestic Box Office: $415 million

International Box Office: $654 million

Worldwide Box Office: $1.069 Billion

2011

Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows: Part 2

Highest Grossing Movie

The Final chapter of the Epic Wizardly Saga and one of the best fantasy story ever created, Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows: Part 2 was a bittersweet movie for all of us. We were all excited to see Harry, finally defeat the one who cannot be named and at the same time this was the last time we saw these characters.

Competition: Transformers: Dark of the Moon, Fast Five, Pirates of the Caribbean-On stranger Tides

US Domestic Box Office: $382 million

International Box Office: $961 million

Worldwide Box Office: $1.343 Billion

2012

The Avengers

Highest Grossing Movie

One of the most ambitious superhero crossover movie ever made. Through this movie, Marvel Cinematic Universe made their intentions clear for the future. They kickstarted the trend of franchise building in the Hollywood.

Competition: The Dark Knight Rises, The hunger games, Skyfall

US Domestic Box Office: $624 million

International Box Office: $895 million

Worldwide Box Office: $1.519 Billion


2013

Frozen

Highest Grossing Movie

The Box Office results of this movie was surprising for everyone. It exceed the expectations of the studio itself as no one thought this movie would go on to be this big. This movie is a proof that Disney is the undisputed King of Animated movies.

Competition: Iron Man 3, Hunger games 2, Man of Steel

US Domestic Box Office: $401 million

International Box Office: $872 million

Worldwide Box Office: $1.273 Billion

2014

Transformers: Age of Extinction

Highest Grossing Movie

Age of Extinction was a proper popcorn movie full of entertaining elements. The movie was not very hot with critics as they battered it, but that did not affect its box office, as evident.

Competition: Guardians of The Galaxy, The Winter Soldier, X-Men: Days of Future Past

US Domestic Box Office: $246 million

International Box Office: $856 million

Worldwide Box Office: $1.102 Billion

2015

Star Wars Episode 7: The Force Awakens

Highest Grossing Movie

Star Wars Episode 7 was one of the most awaited movies ever as the fans were dying to know about how their favourite sci-fi saga would turn out.

Competition: Jurassic World, Avengers: Age of Ultron, Furious 7

US Domestic Box Office: $937 million

International Box Office: $1.117 billion

Worldwide Box Office: $2.054 Billion

2016

Captain America: Civil War

Highest Grossing Movie

Iron Man Vs Captain America. It was amazing to see two of our favourite superheroes go head to head with each other and the fans showed their love by making it the highest grossing movie of 2016.

Competition: Deadpool, Rogue One, Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice

US Domestic Box Office: $409 million

International Box Office: $732 million

Worldwide Box Office: $1.141 Billion

2017

Star Wars Episode 8: The Last Jedi

Highest Grossing Movie

Force Awakens was loved by the fans and it was almost obvious that this movie would out-perform all the other movies without breaking any sweat.

Competition: Wonder Woman, GOTG 2, Thor: Ragnarök, Logan

US Domestic Box Office: $621 million

International Box Office: $697 million

Worldwide Box Office: $1.318 Billion

 

2018

Avengers: Infinity War

Avengers: Infinity War

We were introduced to the biggest Baddy in the Marvel Cinematic Universe through this movie. This movie was not about the Avengers, it was about Thanos.

Competition: Black Panther, Deadpool 2, Incredibles 2

US Domestic Box Office: $679 million

International Box Office: $1.370 Billion

Worldwide Box Office: $2.049 Billion

2019

Avengers: Endgame

Avengers Endgame

We are only almost halfway done with 2019, but we are absolutely sure that there is not even a single movie which is lined up for release in the upcoming months which can dethrone this movie.

Competition: None

US Domestic Box Office: $854 million

International Box Office: $1.930 Billion

Worldwide Box Office: $2.784 Billion

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