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Top 10 Highest Grossing Movies of The Talented Natalie Portman

Highest Grossing Movies of Natalie Portman:

Natalie Portman is an Oscar-winning actress who has won the hearts of every generation of movie-lovers. She has been a part of many iconic movies which turned her into a fan-favorite and we just can’t wait for her to play The Mighty Thor in the upcoming Thor movie.

#10: Mr. Magorium’s Wonder Emporium (2007)

Highest Grossing Movies of Natalie Portman

Production Budget: $65 million

U.S. Domestic Box Office: $32 million

International Box Office: $37 million

Worldwide Box Office: $69 million

Mr. Magorium’s Wonder Emporium is a kid’s movie in every sense and it is a movie with a wholesome story that follows a small group of characters and how their lives come together and change each other for the better.

#9: The Other Boleyn Girl (2008)

Highest Grossing Movies of Natalie Portman

Production Budget: $35 million

U.S. Domestic Box Office: $27 million

International Box Office: $51 million

Worldwide Box Office: $78 million

The Other Boleyn Girl is a movie about Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn with a classic storyline, beautiful sets, costumes, and some big celebrities and although it contains some historical inaccuracies, it is a good watch.

#8: V for Vendetta (2006)

Highest Grossing Movies of Natalie Portman

Production Budget: $54 million

U.S. Domestic Box Office: 70 million

International Box Office: 62 million

Worldwide Box Office: $132 million

V for Vendetta is a masterpiece, which would be remembered for years to come and it is quite frankly one of the Best Comic Book Adaptations you’ll ever come across.

#7: No Strings Attached (2011)

Highest Grossing Movies of Natalie Portman

Production Budget: $25 million

U.S. Domestic Box Office: $71 million

International Box Office: $78 million

Worldwide Box Office: $149 million

No Strings Attached is a light romantic comedy movie that stars Natalie Portman and Ashton Kutcher. Just watch this movie without attaching any strings to it and you’ll have a swell time.

#6: Black Swan (2010)

Highest Grossing Movies of Natalie Portman

Production Budget: $13 million

U.S. Domestic Box Office: $107 million

International Box Office: $222 million

Worldwide Box Office: $329 million

Natalie Portman gave one of her life’s best performances in this movie. Black Swan would leave a deep impression on your psyche as it is beautiful and haunting at the same time.

#5: Thor (2011)

Highest Grossing Movies of Natalie Portman

Production Budget: $150 million

U.S. Domestic Box Office: $181 million

International Box Office: $268 million

Worldwide Box Office: $449 million

Natalie made her Marvel Cinematic Universe debut with Thor as Jane Foster and people absolutely loved her performance in this movie. Her chemistry with Chris Hemsworth really worked, which made the overall experience better.

#4: Thor: The Dark World (2013)

Highest Grossing Movies of Natalie Portman

Production Budget: $170 million

U.S. Domestic Box Office: $206 million

International Box Office: $438 million

Worldwide Box Office: $644 million

This is definitely one of the weakest movies in the entire Marvel Cinematic Universe as the story lost its course pretty early and the characters did not have much to work on but it has Natalie, so that’s a plus.

#3: Star Wars: Episode 2 – Attack of the Clones (2002)

Highest Grossing Movies of Natalie Portman

Production Budget: $115 million

U.S. Domestic Box Office: $311 million

International Box Office: $339 million

Worldwide Box Office: $650 million

Watch this movie with an open mind and before consulting a Star Wars fan, only then you might enjoy this movie. The movie had some flaws but it can be overlooked if you just watch it for what it is and not what you wanted it to be.

#2: Star Wars: Episode 3 – Revenge of the Sith (2005)

Highest Grossing Movies of Natalie Portman

Production Budget: $113 million

U.S. Domestic Box Office: $380 million

International Box Office: $468 million

Worldwide Box Office: $848 million

Revenge of the Sith is the best among this trilogy and offers a lot of depth to the story and the characters. It is a very emotional movie as it was George Lucas’ Farewell to the Star Wars Saga.

#1: Star Wars: Episode 1–The Phantom Menace (1999)

Highest Grossing Movies of Natalie Portman

Production Budget: $115 million

U.S. Domestic Box Office: $475 million

International Box Office: $552 million

Worldwide Box Office: $1.027 Billion

The prequels are not as bad as the people make them out to be, they are just not as good enough as the Original trilogy. The Phantom Menace is a great (but not perfect) addition to the Star Wars Universe.

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