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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

A film series or movie series (also referred to as a film franchise or movie franchise) is a collection of related films in succession that share the same fictional universe, or are marketed as a series.[1]

Description

Sometimes the work is conceived from the beginning as a multiple-film work – for example, the Three Colours series – but in most cases the success of the original film inspires further films to be made. Individual sequels are relatively common, but are not always successful enough to spawn further installments.

The 24 films (as of 2021) of the Marvel Cinematic Universe form the highest grossing film series even when adjusted for inflation, surpassing J. K. Rowling's Wizarding World (10 films) Star Wars (11 films), Ian Fleming's James Bond (25 films), and J. R. R. Tolkien's Middle-earth (6 films) series.[2]

Box office

Worldwide

North America

The following list is ordered by the highest-grossing film franchises (minimum $500 million gross) based upon box office gross in the U.S. and Canada. Updated to October 13, 2019.[3]

  Indicates sub-series (such as the Harry Potter series within the larger Wizarding World franchise).
  Indicates a franchise which contains a movie that crosses franchises (example: "The LEGO Batman Movie" is included in both the Batman franchise and the LEGO franchise).
# Franchise Total gross Movie count Average gross Highest-grossing film Gross first
1 Marvel Cinematic Universe $8,525.3 25 $370.7 Avengers: Endgame $857.9 2008
2 Star Wars $4,220.7 11 $383.7 Star Wars: The Force Awakens $936.7 1977
3 Wizarding World $2,785.4 10 $253.2 Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2 $381 2001
4 Avengers $2,619.1 4 $654.8 Avengers: Endgame $857.9 2012
5 Spider-Man $2,474.1 8 $309.3 Spider-Man $403.7 1977
6 X-Men $2,428.5 13 $202.4 Deadpool $363.1 2000
7 Batman $2,407.7 11 $218.9 The Dark Knight Rises $533.3 1943
8 Harry Potter $2,391.8 8 $265.8 Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2 $381 2001
9 James Bond $2,112.9 25 $84.5 Skyfall $304.4 1962
10 DC Extended Universe $2,063.5 10 $294.8 Aquaman $335.1 2013
11 Middle-earth $1,846.7 6 $307.8 The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King $377 2001
12 Jurassic Park $1,837.3 5 $367.5 Jurassic World $652.3 1993
13 Fast & Furious $1,625.3 10 $180.6 Furious 7 $353 2001
14 Transformers $1,582.4 6 $226.1 Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen $402.1 2007
15 Pirates of the Caribbean $1,451.8 5 $290.4 Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest $423.3 2003
16 The Hunger Games $1,451.5 4 $362.9 The Hunger Games: Catching Fire $424.7 2012
17 Shrek $1,419.6 5 $283.9 Shrek 2 $441.2 2001
18 Star Trek $1,401 13 $107.8 Star Trek $257.7 1979
19 The Twilight Saga $1,363.5 5 $272.7 The Twilight Saga: Eclipse $300.5 2008
20 Toy Story $1,302.9 4 $260.6 Toy Story 4 $419.6 1995
21 Despicable Me $1,220.2 4 $305.1 Despicable Me 2 $368.1 2010
22 The Dark Knight Trilogy $1,186.8 3 $395.6 The Dark Knight $533.3 2005
23 Mission: Impossible $1,155 6 $192.5 Mission: Impossible – Fallout $220.2 1996
24 Superman $1,139.5 7 $162.8 Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice $330.4 1978
25 The Lord of the Rings $1,060.7 3 $265.2 The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King $377 2001
26 Iron Man $1,039.9 3 $346.6 Iron Man 3 $409 2008
27 Indiana Jones $906.4 4 $226.6 Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull $317.1 1981
28 Frozen $878.3 2 $439.1 Frozen II $477.3 2013
29 The Incredibles $870 2 $435 Incredibles 2 $608.6 2004
30 Captain America $844.5 3 $281.5 Captain America: Civil War $408.1 2011
31 Finding Nemo $826 2 $413 Finding Dory $486.3 2003
32 Jumanji $817.7 4 $252.5 Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle $404.5 1995
33 The Hobbit $816.5 3 $272.2 The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey $303.0 2012
34 Bourne $801 5 $160.2 The Bourne Ultimatum $227.5 2002
35 Planet of the Apes $794 9 $88.2 Dawn of the Planet of the Apes $208.5 1968
36 Ice Age $793.7 5 $158.7 Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs $196.6 2002
37 Rocky $791.1 8 $98.9 Rocky IV $127.9 1976
38 Rambo $793 5 $88 Rambo: First Blood Part II $$150.4 1982
39 Bridget Jones $756 3 $252 Bridget Jones's Diary $281.9 2001
40 Star Wars Anthology series $745.9 2 $373 Rogue One $532.2 2016
41 Guardians of the Galaxy $723 2 $361.5 Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 $389.8 2014
42 Thor $702.5 3 $234.2 Thor: Ragnarok $315.1 2011
43 Men in Black $699.4 4 $174.9 Men in Black $250.7 1997
44 Deadpool $681.6 2 $340.8 Deadpool $363.1 2016
45 Madagascar $673.3 4 $168.3 Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted $216.4 2005
46 Alvin and the Chipmunks $662.7 4 $132.5 Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakquel $219.6 1987
47 The Hangover $644 3 $214.7 The Hangover $277.3 2009
48 The Conjuring $672.6 9 $96.2 The Conjuring $137.4 2013
49 Terminator $608.7 6 $121.7 Terminator 2: Judgment Day $204.8 1984
50 The Lego Movie $598.6 4 $149.6 The Lego Movie $257.8 2014
51 Meet the Parents $593.9 3 $198 Meet the Fockers $279.3 2000
52 The Matrix $592.4 3 $197.5 The Matrix Reloaded $281.6 1999
53 Alien $590.2 8 $73.8 Prometheus $126.5 1979
54 Cars $588.4 5 $196.1 Cars $244.1 2006
55 MonsterVerse $579.4 4 $144.8 Godzilla $200.6 2014
56 Madea $569.7 9 $63.2 Madea Goes to Jail $90.5 2005
57 Ocean's $566.3 4 $141.6 Ocean's Eleven $183.4 2001
58 How to Train Your Dragon $555.4 3 $185.1 How to Train Your Dragon $217.6 2010
59 The Mummy $550.9 4 $137.7 The Mummy Returns $202 1932
60 Night at the Museum $541.9 3 $180.6 Night at the Museum $250.9 2006
61 Wolverine $538.7 3 $179.6 Logan $226.3 2009
62 The Chronicles of Narnia $537.7 3 $179.2 The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe $291.7 2005
63 Planet of the Apes (2011-2017) $532.2 3 $177.4 Dawn of the Planet of the Apes $208.5 2011
64 The Secret Life of Pets $525 2 $262.5 The Secret Life of Pets $368.4 2016
65 Monsters, Inc. $524.4 2 $262.2 Monsters University $268.5 2001
66 Kung Fu Panda $524.2 3 $174.7 Kung Fu Panda $215.4 2008
67 Rush Hour $507.5 3 $169.2 Rush Hour 2 $226.1 1998
68 Die Hard $502.4 5 $100.5 Live Free or Die Hard $134.5 1988

See also

References

  1. ^ "Greatest Movie Series - Film Franchises of All-Time". filmsite.org. Retrieved April 1, 2020. A film series is a collection of related movies released in succession over a period of time, for instance, the Tarzan movies. Usually, films in a series include common elements, such as characters (i.e., the Frankenstein films), actors/actresses (Astaire & Rogers), or names in a title (the Pink Panther films), etc. Sometimes, a film series is based upon the same director (i.e., Robert Rodriguez' Mariachi Trilogy, or Baz Luhrmann's Red Curtain Trilogy), or it can be based upon the studio (i.e., Hammer's Dracula films).
  2. ^ "Movie Franchises - Box Office History". The Numbers. Nash Information Services, LLC. Retrieved 2016-12-22.
  3. ^ "Franchise Index - Total Gross". boxofficemojo.com. Archived from the original on December 11, 2018. Retrieved August 11, 2019.
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