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List of highest-grossing comedy films

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

This is a list of the highest-grossing comedy films.

Highest-grossing comedy films

As of March 2021, the top nine films, and 34 of the top 50 films, are animated films, marked with "A" in the Type column. "LA" indicates live-action films. Click the column header to sort them separately. The top six films are among the highest-grossing films of all time.

When adjusted for inflation, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs would appear at the top of the chart with an adjusted gross of $1,977,000,000.[1][a]

Rank Film Type Gross Year Ref
1 Incredibles 2 A $1,242,805,359 2018 [3]
2 Minions A $1,159,398,397 2015 [4]
3 Toy Story 4 A $1,073,394,593 2019 [5]
4 Toy Story 3 A $1,066,970,811 2010 [6]
5 Despicable Me 3 A $1,035,799,409 2017 [7]
6 Despicable Me 2 A $970,761,885 2013 [8]
7 Shrek 2 A $919,838,758 2004 [9]
8 The Secret Life of Pets A $875,457,937 2016 [10]
9 Inside Out A $858,848,019 2015 [11]
10 Hi, Mom LA $807,710,000 2021 [12]
11 Shrek the Third A $798,958,162 2007 [13]
12 Deadpool 2 LA $785,046,920 2018 [14]
13 Deadpool LA $783,112,979 2016 [15]
14 Shrek Forever After A $752,600,867 2010 [16]
15 Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted A $746,921,274 2012 [17]
16 Monsters University A $743,559,645 2013 [18]
17 Detective Chinatown 3 LA $702,700,000 2021 [19]
18 The Incredibles A $633,019,734 2004 [20]
19 Men in Black 3 LA $624,026,776 2012 [21]
20 Ratatouille A $623,726,085 2007 [22]
21 Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa A $603,900,354 2008 [23]
22 Tangled A $593,171,580 2010 [24]
23 Men in Black LA $589,390,539 1997 [25]
24 The Hangover Part II LA $586,764,305 2011 [26]
25 Monsters, Inc. A $579,707,738 2001 [27]
26 Cars 2 A $562,110,557 2011 [28]
27 Puss in Boots A $554,987,477 2011 [29]
28 The Mermaid LA $553,810,228 2016 [30]
29 Ted H $549,368,315 2012 [31]
30 Detective Chinatown 2 LA $544,185,156 2018 [32]
31 Despicable Me A $543,113,985 2010 [33]
32 Madagascar A $532,680,671 2005 [34]
33 Ralph Breaks the Internet A $529,323,962 2018 [35]
34 Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation A $528,583,774 2018 [36]
35 The Simpsons Movie A $527,071,022 2007 [37]
36 Meet the Fockers LA $522,657,936 2004 [38]
37 Toy Story 2 A $497,375,381 1999 [39]
38 The Intouchables LA $484,873,045 2011 [40]
39 Bruce Almighty LA $484,592,874 2004 [41]
40 Shrek A $484,409,218 2001 [42]
41 Home Alone LA $477,063,114 1990 [43]
42 Hotel Transylvania 2 A $474,800,000 2015 [44]
43 Wreck-It Ralph A $471,222,889 2012 [45]
44 The Hangover LA $469,310,836 2009 [46]
45 The Lego Movie A $468,060,692 2014 [47]
46 Cars A $461,983,149 2006 [48]
47 Men in Black II LA $441,818,803 2002 [49]
48 Mrs. Doubtfire LA $441,286,195 1993 [50]
49 The Secret Life of Pets 2 A $430,051,293 2019 [51]
50 Sex and the City LA $418,765,321 2008 [52]

A: Animated film.   LA: Live action film.   H: Live-action animated film (hybrid).

Highest-grossing comedy film by year

Year Film Worldwide gross Budget Ref.
2021 Hi, Mom $807,710,000 $59,000,000 [53]
2020 Bad Boys for Life $426,505,244 $90,000,000 [54]
2019 Toy Story 4 $1,073,394,593 $200,000,000 [5]
2018 Incredibles 2 $1,242,805,359 $250,000,000 [3]
2017 Despicable Me 3 $1,034,799,409 $80,000,000 [7]
2016 The Secret Life of Pets $875,457,937 $75,000,000 [55]
2015 Inside Out $858,848,019 $175,000,000 [11]
2013 Despicable Me 2 $970,761,885 $76,000,000 [8]
2010 Toy Story 3 $1,066,970,811 $200,000,000 [6]
2009 The Hangover $469,310,836 $35,000,000 [46]
2008 Mamma Mia! $609,841,637 $52,000,000 [56]
2007 Shrek the Third $798,958,162 $160,000,000 [13]
2004 Shrek 2 $919,838,758 $150,000,000 [9]
2003 Bruce Almighty $484,592,874 $81,000,000 [57]
2002 My Big Fat Greek Wedding $368,744,044 $5,000,000
2001 Monsters, Inc. $579,707,738 ($528,773,250) $115,000,000 [27]
2000 What Women Want $374,111,707 $70,000,000 [58]
1999 Toy Story 2 $497,375,381 ($485,015,179) $90,000,000 [39]
1998 There's Something About Mary $369,884,651 $23,000,000
1997 As Good as It Gets $314,178,011 $50,000,000
1996 The Nutty Professor $273,961,019 $54,000,000
1995 Toy Story $373,554,033 ($361,958,736) $30,000,000 [59]
1994 The Mask $351,583,407 $23,000,000 [60]
1993 Mrs. Doubtfire $441,286,195 $25,000,000 [50]
1992 Home Alone 2: Lost in New York $358,994,850 $28,000,000 [61]
1990 Home Alone $477,063,114 $18,000,000 [43]
1989 Look Who's Talking $296,999,813 $7,500,000
1988 Rain Man $354,825,435 $25,000,000 [62]
1987 Three Men and a Baby $167,780,960 $25,000,000 [63]
1986 Crocodile Dundee $328,203,506 $8,800,000
1985 Back to the Future $389,053,797 ($381,109,762) $19,000,000 [64]
1980 9 to 5 $103,290,500 $10,000,000 [65]

Timeline of highest-grossing comedy film

Title Established Record-setting gross Ref
Toy Story 2 1999 $497,375,381 [6]
Monsters, Inc. 2001 $579,707,738 [6]
Shrek 2 2004 $919,838,758 [9]
Toy Story 3 2010 $1,066,970,811 [6]
Minions 2015 $1,159,398,397 [4]
Incredibles 2 2018 $1,242,805,359 [3]

Comedy films by box office admissions

The following is a list of comedy films by estimated tickets sold worldwide.

Film Year Ticket sales (est.) Notes
Shaolin Temple 1982 304,920,000 [b]
Sholay (Embers) 1975 250,000,000 [71]
Awaara (The Vagabond) 1951 217,000,000 [c]
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs 1937 214,900,000 [76]
One Hundred and One Dalmatians 1961 199,800,000 [76]
The Jungle Book 1967 137,915,958 [d]
Disco Dancer 1982 135,000,000 [e]
Shrek 2 2004 123,023,527 [f]
Incredibles 2 2018 113,261,772 [g]
Back to the Future 1985 90,184,478 [h]
Ghostbusters 1984 82,375,218 [i]
Beverly Hills Cop 1984 81,716,713 [j]
Home Alone 1990 81,491,808 [k]

Highest-grossing comedy film series and franchises

Highest-grossing comedy film franchises and film series[§] (The films in each franchise can be viewed by selecting "show".)
Rank Series Total worldwide gross No. of films Average of films Highest-grossing film

Biggest worldwide openings on record for comedy films

This list charts films the biggest worldwide openings for comedy films. Since films do not open on Fridays in many markets, the 'opening' is taken to be the gross between the first day of release and the first Sunday following the movie's release. Figures prior to the year 2002 are not available. Country-by-country variations in release dates are not taken into account.

Rank Film Year Opening (USD)[101]
1 Deadpool 2 2018 $300,386,357
2 Deadpool 2016 $264,711,361
3 Toy Story 4 2019 $244,523,071
4 Incredibles 2 2018 $235,826,976
5 Men In Black 3 2012 $189,884,945

See also

Notes

  1. ^ Inflation adjustment is carried out using the International Monetary Fund's global Consumer price index.[2] The index is uniformly applied to the grosses in the chart published by Guinness World Records in 2014, beginning with the 2014 index. The figures in the above chart take into account inflation that occurred in 2014, and in every available year since then, with 2016 the most recent year available.
  2. ^ Shaolin Temple admissions:
  3. ^ Awaara admissions:
  4. ^ The Jungle Book (1967) admissions:
    • Germany – 27.3 million[77]
    • Other territories – 110,615,958[78]
  5. ^ Disco Dancer admissions:
    • India – 15 million[79][73]
    • Soviet Union – 120 million[80]
  6. ^ Shrek 2 admissions:
    • United States and Canada – 71,050,900[81]
    • Europe (excluding Russia) – 44,617,071[82]
    • Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Chile, Russia, South Korea – 7,355,556[83]
  7. ^ Incredibles 2 admissions:
    • United States and Canada – 66,299,200[81]
    • Europe (excluding Russia) – 29,876,015[84]
    • China – 9,193,452[85]
    • Russia – 4.86 million[86]
    • South Korea – 3,033,105[70]
  8. ^ Back to the Future admissions:
    • United States, Canada, Denmark – 59,434,344[87]
    • France, Germany, Italy, Spain – 12,592,872[88]
    • United Kingdom – 9,719,533[89]
    • Japan – 8,078,180[90]
    • South Korea (Seoul City) – 343,292[70]
    • Other European territories (2011–2018) – 16,257[91]
  9. ^ Ghostbusters admissions:
    • United States and Canada – 71,173,700[81]
    • France, Germany, Italy – 8,046,600[92]
    • Denmark and Spain – 2,763,555[93]
    • South Korea (Seoul City) – 344,420[70]
    • United Kingdom, Belgium, Netherlands, Sweden (2002–2018) – 46,943[94]
  10. ^ Beverly Hills Cop admissions:
    • United States, Canada, Denmark, Spain – 69,103,402[95]
    • France, Germany, Italy – 7,499,810[96]
    • United Kingdom – 2,620,211[97]
    • Japan – 2,236,108[90]
    • South Korea (Seoul City) – 257,182[70]
  11. ^ Home Alone admissions:
    • United States, Canada, Spain – 70,521,419[98]
    • France, Germany, Italy – 10,032,435[99]
    • South Korea (Seoul City) – 869,820[70]
    • United Kingdom, Belgium, Romania, Switzerland (1996–2018) – 68,134[100]

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