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Top 10 Highest Grossing Movies of The Beautiful Emma Stone

Highest Grossing Movies of Emma Stone:

Emma Stone is one of the most talented and also the most beautiful actress in Hollywood and she has proved that she can carry a movie all by herself in any given genre. She is an absolute fan favorite and we can’t do anything else but love her.

#10: Zombieland (2009)

Highest Grossing Movies of Emma Stone

Production Budget: $24 million

Opening Weekend USA: $24.7 million

U.S. Domestic Box Office: $76 million

Worldwide Box Office: $102 million

Zombieland is a cult classic and there are very few horror-comedy movies that are as good as this movie. The most surprising aspect of this movie is its humor, it will definitely blow you away.

#9: Birdman (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance) (2014)

Highest Grossing Movies of Emma Stone

Production Budget: $18 million

Opening Weekend USA: $4.2 million

U.S. Domestic Box Office: $42 million

Worldwide Box Office: $103 million

Birdman is a true masterpiece and an experience that you’ll never forget. The pacing of the movie is a bit slow and if you prefer a fast-paced movie, then Birdman might not be the best movie for you.

#8: Gangster Squad (2013)

Highest Grossing Movies of Emma Stone

Production Budget: $60 million

Opening Weekend USA: $17 million

U.S. Domestic Box Office: $46 million

Worldwide Box Office: $105 million

Gangster Squad is a pure Guilty Pleasure movie for people who like clichés. This movie is not for you if you cannot let some things go and just watch the movie. Some sequences are cringe-worthy, but that is the point.

#7: Crazy, Stupid, Love (2011)

Highest Grossing Movies of Emma Stone

Production Budget: $50 million

Opening Weekend USA: $19 million

U.S. Domestic Box Office: $84 million

Worldwide Box Office: $145 million

One of the most enjoying Romantic Comedy movies, Crazy, Stupid, Love will make you laugh, cry, and wonder. The movie will engage you from the start and the characters make this movie a whole lot better.

#6: Superbad (2007)

Highest Grossing Movies of Emma Stone

Production Budget: $20 million

Opening Weekend USA: $33 million

U.S. Domestic Box Office: $121 million

Worldwide Box Office: $170 million

Superbad is just hilarious. The plot is basic but that doesn’t mean its bad. It plays out superbly and the performances of the 3 friends –  Seth, Evan, and McLovin’ is the funniest thing you’ll see.

#5: The Help (2011)

Highest Grossing Movies of Emma Stone

Production Budget: $25 million

Opening Weekend USA: $26 million

U.S. Domestic Box Office: $170 million

Worldwide Box Office: $217 million

You will definitely remember this movie for a long time and you won’t be disappointed even if you have read the book it’s based on, as The Help is a very good live-adaption.

#4: La La Land (2016)

Highest Grossing Movies of Emma Stone

Production Budget: $30 million

Opening Weekend USA: $0.88 million

U.S. Domestic Box Office: $151 million

Worldwide Box Office: $446 million

Let’s be real, most of us here are not huge fans of musicals, but La La Land is something special. It is more than just a movie, it is a cinematic experience that you’ll remember for many years to come.

#3: The Croods (2013)

Highest Grossing Movies of Emma Stone

Production Budget: $135 million

Opening Weekend USA: $44 million

U.S. Domestic Box Office: $187 million

Worldwide Box Office: $587 million

The Croods is an animated movie that is filled with humor. You’ll love this movie even as an adult as the characters are really relatable and you’ll enjoy the movie throughout.

#2: The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (2014)

 

Highest Grossing Movies of Emma Stone

Production Budget: $200 million

Opening Weekend USA: $92 million

U.S. Domestic Box Office: $203 million

Worldwide Box Office: $709 million

The Amazing Spiderman 2 received a lot of mixed reviews and it divided the fanbase. It is very difficult to judge this movie as it had its moments. So, it is entirely up to you.

#1: The Amazing Spider-Man (2012)

Highest Grossing Movies of Emma Stone

Production Budget: $230 million

Opening Weekend USA: $62 million

U.S. Domestic Box Office: $262 million

Worldwide Box Office: $758 million

This movie had a lot of expectations attached to it as it was the first Spider-Man movie after Raimi’s trilogy, and it did not disappoint (not completely). Garfield was a good Spider-Man and he had a lot of potential, which was ultimately wasted.

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