What Was The Biggest Box Office Movie Ever?

When it comes to box office success, there are a few movies that stand out above the rest. Here are the top 10 highest-grossing movies of all time.

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Introduction

This is a list of the biggest box office movies of all time. This list is updated regularly with the latest data. The list is not adjusted for inflation.

The Biggest Box Office Movie of All Time

The title of biggest box office movie of all time is a hotly contested one, with different movies claiming the title at different points in time. When adjusting for inflation, the highest grossing movie of all time is actually “Gone with the Wind,” which was released in 1939 and earned $1.6 billion in today’s dollars. The most recent film to claim the title is “Avatar,” which was released in 2009 and earned $2.8 billion worldwide.

The Second Biggest Box Office Movie of All Time

In terms of worldwide box office, the second biggest movie of all time is Titanic. The film, which was directed by James Cameron and released in 1997, grossed a total of $2.189 billion at the box office. It should be noted that when adjusted for inflation, Titanic is not the second highest-grossing film of all time; that distinction belongs to Avatar, which was also directed by James Cameron.

The Third Biggest Box Office Movie of All Time

Avatar, directed by James Cameron, is the third biggest box office movie of all time. The movie was released in 2009 and made over $2.7 billion at the box office.

The Fourth Biggest Box Office Movie of All Time

Gone with the Wind, released in 1939, is one of the most popular movies of all time and was the fourth biggest box office movie of all time, as of 2017. The record was previously held by Titanic, which was released in 1997 and grossed $2.187 billion at the box office. However, this record was eclipsed by Avatar, which grossed $2.78 billion at the box office in 2009.

The Fifth Biggest Box Office Movie of All Time

The fifth biggest box office movie of all time is “Avengers: Infinity War.” grossing over 2 billion dollars worldwide.

The Sixth Biggest Box Office Movie of All Time

The biggest box office movie of all time is “Avatar,” which earned $2.78 billion worldwide. “Titanic” is in second place with $2.19 billion, followed by “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” with $2.07 billion. “Avengers: Infinity War” is the fourth biggest with $2.04 billion, and “Jurassic World” rounds out the top five with $1.67 billion.

The Seventh Biggest Box Office Movie of All Time

As of June 2017, the seventh biggest box office movie of all time is Spider-Man 3. The movie was released in 2007 and grossed $890,871,626 worldwide.

The Eighth Biggest Box Office Movie of All Time

Inflation-adjusted, “Gone with the Wind” is still the biggest box office movie of all time. It earned an estimated $1.7 billion in today’s dollars during its initial release in 1939. When added to its subsequent releases, “Gone with the Wind” has earned a total of $3.8 billion.

The Ninth Biggest Box Office Movie of All Time

Gone with the Wind is the ninth biggest box office movie of all time. Released in 1939, Gone with the Wind was a massive success, both critically and commercially. The film earned a then-record $3.4 million in its opening weekend and went on to gross over $200 million worldwide. Adjusted for inflation, Gone with the Wind is the second highest-grossing film of all time.

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