10 highest grossing movies of all-time at the box office

10 highest grossing movies of all-time at the box office

10 highest grossing movies of all-time at the box office
10 highest grossing movies of all-time at the box office

10 highest grossing movies of all-time at the box office

1 Avengers: Endgame (2019) Worldwide box office: $2.790bn (£2.237bn)

The final movie in the Avengers saga was always going to be popular, but it’s outgrossed all its predecessors in a matter of months to take the coveted ‘biggest film of all time’ honour. And given it’s still on release across the world, who knows how much more money it’ll make? 2 Avatar (2009)

2 Avatar (2009) Worldwide box office: $2.7bn (£2.0bn)

James Cameron’s 2009 sci-fi blockbuster managed to keep the top spot for almost a decade, only to be thwarted by Marvel. Still, its incredible worldwide box office gross is not to be sniffed at.

3 Titanic (1997) Worldwide box office: $2.187bn (£1.667bn)

James Cameron’s epic was the biggest box office hit of all time for several years until it was dethroned by another James Cameron epic. No matter, we could watch Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet in this Oscar-winning hit any day of the week.

4 Star Wars: The Force Awakens (2015) Worldwide box office: $2.068bn (£1.561bn)

There is no shortage of Star Wars movies in the top 50 biggest films of all time, but the franchise’s 2015 return to cinemas is the only one currently in the top 10. Will it be joined by The Rise Of Skywalker later this year?

5 Avengers: Infinity War (2018) Worldwide box office: $2.048bn (£1.561bn)

The second biggest Avengers movie of all time is the 2018 predecessor to Endgame, which spiralled up the list when it was released last year. This franchise is just box office gold.

6 Jurassic World (2015) Worldwide box office: $1.671bn (£1.274bn)

The original Jurassic Park was a money-spinner when it was released in 1993, but it’s the 2015 rebooting of the franchise, starring Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard,which has raked in the dollars since.

7 Marvel’s The Avengers (2012) Worldwide box office: $1.518bn (£1.157bn)

The one that started our cinematic obsession with all things Avengers, this one notched up some pretty impressive figures upon release in 2012.

8 Furious 7 (2015) Worldwide box office: $1.516bn (£1.156bn)

The Fast and Furious franchise is one which just keeps on producing new movies (we have spin-off Hobbs and Shaw coming this summer) and counting up those ticket sales – but the 2015 instalment is the only one with a top 10 placing.

9 Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015) Worldwide box office: $1.405bn (£1.071bn)

The least popular of the Avengers movies in terms of box office receipts, yet it’s still made well over a billion dollars. Which means really it’s still massive.

10 Black Panther (2018) Worldwide box office: $1.364bn (£1.040bn)

Marvel’s 2018 hit is hanging in there in 10th position, not only raking in a fortune but also nabbing itself a best picture nomination into the bargain. Nice work.