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List of highest-grossing sports films

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The following is a list of highest-grossing sports films of all time, the highest-grossing sports film franchises and series, the highest-grossing films by sport, the highest-grossing sports films by year, timeline of highest-grossing sports films, and sports films by tickets sold.

Highest-grossing sports films

The following is a list of highest-grossing sports films of all time. Motor racing is the most frequent sport with 12 films on the list, while Rocky is the most frequent franchise with five films. The most frequent years are 2006, with four films. The films on this list have all had a theatrical run (including re-releases) since 1977. Films that have not played since then do not appear due to ticket price inflation not being considered.

film currently playing indicates films playing in theaters around the world in the week commencing 20 May 2022.
Film Year Worldwide gross Ref Sport(s)
Furious 7 2015 $1,516,045,911 [1] Motor racing
The Hunger Games: Catching Fire 2013 $865,011,746 [2] Battle royale
The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1 2014 $755,356,711 [3]
The Hunger Games 2012 $694,394,724 [4]
Forrest Gump 1994 $678,222,284 [5] American football / ping pong
The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2 2015 $653,428,261 [6] Battle royale
Casino Royale 2006 $616,501,619 [7] Gambling
Ready Player One 2018 $582,890,172 [8] E-sport
Cars 2 2011 $562,110,557 [9] Motor racing
Cars 2006 $462,216,280 [10]
Gladiator 2000 $460,583,960 [11] Gladiatorial combat
Alita: Battle Angel 2019 $404,852,543 [12] Battle royale / motor racing
Enter the Dragon 1973 $400,000,000 [13] Martial arts
Cars 3 2017 $383,930,656 [14] Motor racing
Slumdog Millionaire 2008 $378,021,385 [15] Game show
Fast & Furious 2009 $363,164,265 [16] Motor racing
The Karate Kid 2010 $359,126,022 [17] Martial arts
XXX: Return of Xander Cage 2017 $345,963,851 [18] Extreme sports
Dangal 2016 $340,000,000 [19] Wrestling
The Blind Side 2009 $309,208,309 [20] American football
Rocky IV 1985 $300,473,716 [21] Boxing
Smokey and the Bandit 1977 $300,000,000 [22] Motor racing
Real Steel 2011 $299,268,508 [23] Boxing
Turbo 2013 $282,570,682 [24] Motor racing
xXx 2002 $277,448,382 [25] Extreme sports
Jerry Maguire 1996 $273,552,592 [26] American football
Rocky III 1982 $270,000,000 [27] Boxing
Planes 2013 $239,258,712 [28] Air racing
Saturday Night Fever 1977 $237,113,184 [29] Dance competition
2 Fast 2 Furious 2003 $236,350,661 [30] Motor racing
Space Jam 1996 $230,418,342 [31] Basketball
Ford v Ferrari 2019 $225,508,210 [32] Motor racing
Rocky 1976 $225,000,000 [33] Boxing
Million Dollar Baby 2004 $216,763,646 [34]
Creed II 2018 $214,115,889 [35]
The Fast and the Furious 2001 $207,283,925 [36] Motor racing
Rocky II 1979 $200,182,160 [33] Boxing
The Longest Yard 2005 $190,320,568 [37] American football
The Waterboy 1998 $185,991,646 [38]
Ip Man 4: The Finale 2019 $176,345,966 [39] Martial arts
Creed 2015 $173,567,581 [40] Boxing
Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story 2004 $167,722,310 [41] Dodgeball
Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby 2006 $162,966,177 [42] Motor racing
Space Jam: A New Legacy 2021 $162,828,072 [43] Basketball
The Cannonball Run 1981 $160,000,000 [44] Motor Racing
21 2008 $159,808,370 [45] Gambling
The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift 2006 $158,468,292 [46] Drifting
Ip Man 3 2015 $157,300,954 [47] Martial arts
Rocky Balboa 2006 $155,720,088 [48] Boxing
Cool Runnings 1993 $154,856,263 [49] Bobsleigh

Highest-grossing sports film series and film franchises

The following is a list of highest-grossing sports film series and film franchises of all time. is the highest-grossing sports film series of all time, The Hunger Games is the top grossing franchises making $3 billion and has the highest average, with $742 million per film. Motor sports are the most frequent sports represented, with five franchises on the list. The top franchise is ranked among the highest-grossing franchises and film series of all time, ranking in 21st on that list.

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

Highest-grossing films by sport

The following is a list of highest-grossing films by sport. Note that some films feature more than one sport so they could be on the list more than once.

Sport Film Year Worldwide gross Ref
Air racing Planes 2013 $239,258,712 [63]
American football Forrest Gump 1994 $678,222,284 ($677,387,716) [5]
Association football Bend It Like Beckham 2002 $76,583,333 [64]
Australian rules football Australian Rules 2002 $243,748 [65]
Baseball A League of Their Own 1992 $132,440,069 [66]
Basketball Space Jam 1996 $230,418,342 [67]
Battle royale The Hunger Games: Catching Fire 2013 $865,011,746 [2]
Boat racing Madison 2001 $517,262 [68]
Bobsleigh Cool Runnings 1993 $154,856,263 [69]
Bowling The Big Lebowski 1996 $46,189,568 [70]
Boxing Rocky IV 1985 $300,473,716 [21]
Chariot racing Ben-Hur 1959 $146,900,000 [71]
Cricket M.S. Dhoni: The Untold Story 2016 $31,219,593 [72]
Cross country running McFarland, USA 2015 $45,710,059 [73]
Cue sports The Color of Money 1986 $52,293,982 [74]
Curling Men with Brooms 2002 $4,245,870 [75]
Dance competition Saturday Night Fever 1977 $237,113,184 [29]
Darts Heartlands 2003 $112,870 [76]
Dog sledding Snow Dogs 2002 $116,898,028 [77]
Dodgeball Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story 2004 $167,722,310 [78]
Drifting The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift 2006 $158,468,292 [46]
E-sport Ready Player One 2018 $582,890,172 [8]
Extreme sports XXX: Return of Xander Cage 2017 $345,963,851 [18]
Fencing The Fencer 2015 $1,289,014 [79]
Field hockey Chak De! India 2007 $27,045,000 [80]
Fishing Man's Favorite Sport? 1964 $6,000,000 [81]
Food competition Cook Up a Storm 2017 $18,102,521 [d]
Gambling Casino Royale 2006 $616,501,619 ($606,099,584) [7]
Game show Slumdog Millionaire 2008 $378,021,385 [15]
Gladiatorial combat Gladiator 2000 $460,583,960 [11]
Golf Tin Cup 1996 $53,854,588 [82]
Gymnastics Stick It 2006 $31,976,848 [83]
Handball Forever the Moment 2008 $27,259,300 [84]
Horse racing Seabiscuit 2003 $148,336,445 [85]
Ice hockey Miracle 2004 $64,378,093 [86]
Ice skating Blades of Glory 2007 $145,708,642 [87]
Jousting A Knight's Tale 2001 $117,487,473 [88]
Martial arts Enter the Dragon 1973 $400,000,000 [13]
Motor racing Furious 7 2015 $1,516,045,911 [1]
Ping pong Forrest Gump 1994 $678,222,284 ($677,387,716) [5]
Roller skating Roll Bounce 2005 $17,500,866 [89]
Rugby Invictus 2009 $122,233,971 [90]
Surfing Surf's Up 2007 $149,044,513 [91]
Ski jumping Eddie the Eagle 2016 $46,152,800 [92]
Softball Beer League 2006 $472,185 [93]
Track and field Chariots of Fire 1981 $59,303,359 [94]
Triathlon Luca 2021 $49,750,471 [95]
Volleyball Leap 2020 $128,178,882 [96][97]
Wrestling Dangal 2017 $340,000,000 [19]

Highest-grossing sports films by year

The following is a list of highest-grossing sports films by year. Motor racing is the most frequent sport with seventeen films on the list, The Fast & Furious series has more entries than any other franchise, with seven films on the list.

  film currently playing Background shading indicates films playing in the week commencing 20 May 2022 in theaters around the world.
Year Film Worldwide gross Sport(s) Budget Ref
1944 National Velvet $5,840,000R Horse racing $2,770,000 [98]
1945 TBD
1946 The Kid from Brooklyn $5,490,000R Boxing $1,450,000 [99][100]
194748 TBD
1949 The Stratton Story $4,488,000R Baseball $1,771,000 [98]
1950-56 TBD
1957 Naya Daur (New Era) $11,340,000 Horse racing / motor racing TBD [101][102]
1958 TBD
1959 Ben-Hur $146,900,000 Chariot racing $15,200,000 [71][103][98]
196063 TBD
1964 Man's Favorite Sport? $6,000,000 * Fishing TBD [81]
1965 The Great Race $25,300,000* Motor racing $12,000,000 [104][105]
1966 Grand Prix $20,800,000* Motor racing TBD [106]
1967 Casino Royale $41,700,000 Gambling TBD [107]
1968 The Love Bug $51,264,022 ($51,264,000) Motor racing TBD [108][109]
1969 Winning $14,600,000* Motor racing TBD [110]
1970 The Great White Hope $9,325,000 R Boxing $9,870,000 [111][112]
1971 Le Mans $5,500,000R* Motor racing TBD [113]
1972 The Way of the Dragon (Return of the Dragon) $130,000,000 Martial arts TBD [114]
1973 Enter the Dragon $400,000,000 Martial arts $850,000 [13][115]
1974 TBD
1975 The Pinchcliffe Grand Prix $6,439,069 Motor racing TBD [116]
1976 Rocky $225,000,000 ($77,100,000) R Boxing $960,000 [33][117]
1977 Smokey and the Bandit $300,000,000 Motor racing $4,300,000 [22]
1978 Game of Death $50,320,736 Martial arts $850,000 [e][118]
1979 Rocky II $200,182,160 Boxing TBD [33]
1980 Smokey and the Bandit II $66,132,626 Motor racing TBD [119]
1981 The Cannonball Run $160,000,000 Motor racing $16,000,000-$18,000,000 [44]
1982 Rocky III $270,000,000 Boxing TBD [27]
1983 The Black Stallion Returns $12,049,514 ($12,049,108) Horse racing TBD [120]
1984 The Karate Kid $130,442,786 Martial arts $8,000,000 [f][121]
1985 Rocky IV $300,473,716 Boxing $28,000,000 [21][122]
1986 The Karate Kid Part II $130,000,000 Martial arts TBD [123]
1987 Dragon Ball: Sleeping Princess in Devil's Castle $15,000,000 Martial arts TBD [g]
1988 Bloodsport $50,000,000 Martial arts $2,000,000 [124]
1989 Field of Dreams $84,431,625 Baseball $15,000,000 [125][126][127]
1990 Rocky V $119,946,358 Boxing TBD [128]
1991 Dragon Ball Z: Lord Slug $16,400,000 Martial arts TBD [h]
1992 A League of Their Own $132,440,069 Baseball $40,000,000 [66]
1993 Cool Runnings $154,856,263 Bobsleigh $14,000,000 [69]
1994 Forrest Gump $678,222,284 ($677,387,716) American football / ping pong $55,000,000 [5]
1995 Mortal Kombat $122,195,920 Martial arts TBD [129]
1996 Jerry Maguire $273,552,592 American football $50,000,000 [26]
1997 Mortal Kombat: Annihilation $51,376,861 Martial arts $30,000,000 [130][131]
1998 The Waterboy $185,991,646 American football $23,000,000 [38]
1999 Fight Club $111,571,684 ($100,853,753) Boxing $63,000,000 [132]
2000 Gladiator $460,583,960 Gladiatorial combat $103,000,000 [11]
2001 The Fast and the Furious $207,283,925 Motor racing $38,000,000 [36]
2002 xXx $277,448,382 Extreme sports $70,000,000 [25]
2003 2 Fast 2 Furious $236,350,661 Motor racing $76,000,000 [30]
2004 Million Dollar Baby $216,763,646 Boxing $30,000,000 [34]
2005 The Longest Yard $190,320,568 American football $82,000,000 [37]
2006 Casino Royale $616,501,619 ($606,099,584) Gambling $150,000,000 [7]
2007 Surf's Up $149,044,513 Surfing $100,000,000 [133][134]
2008 Slumdog Millionaire $378,021,385 Game show $15,000,000 [15]
2009 Fast & Furious $363,164,265 Motor racing $85,000,000 [16]
2010 The Karate Kid $359,126,022 Martial arts $40,000,000 [135]
2011 Cars 2 $559,852,396 Motor racing $200,000,000 [136][137]
2012 The Hunger Games $694,394,724 Battle royale $78,000,000 [4]
2013 The Hunger Games: Catching Fire $865,011,706 Battle royale $140,000,000 [2]
2014 The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1 $755,356,711 Battle royale $125,000,0000 [138]
2015 The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2 $658,344,137 Motor racing $160,000,000 [139]
2016 Dangal $340,000,000 Wrestling TBD [19]
2017 Cars 3 $383,930,656 Motor racing $175,000,000 [140][141]
2018 Ready Player One $582,890,172 E-sport $175,000,000 [8]
2019 Alita: Battle Angel $404,852,543 Battle royale / motor racing $170,000,000 [12]
2020 Leap $128,178,882 Volleyball TBD [96][142]
2021 Space Jam: A New Legacy film currently playing $162,828,072 Basketball $150,000,000 [143][144]

R Distributor rental earnings only.
* US and Canada gross only.
TBD To be determined.

Timeline of highest-grossing sports films

The following is a timeline of the highest-grossing sports films of all time. At least sixteen films have held the title. Enter the Dragon has held it the longest, for 20 years. The Hunger Games series is the only franchise to hold the title more than once, having held it twice. Martial arts films have held the most, four times.

Title Established Record-setting gross Sport(s) Ref
National Velvet 1944 $5,840,000R Horse racing [98]
Naya Daur (New Era) 1957 $11,340,000 Horse racing / Motor racing [101][102]
Ben-Hur 1959 $33,000,000* R Chariot racing [145]
Casino Royale 1967 $41,744,718 Gambling [107]
The Love Bug 1969 $51,264,000 Motor racing [146]
Ben-Hur 1969 $74,000,000* Chariot racing [147]
The Way of the Dragon (Return of the Dragon) 1972 $130,000,000 Martial arts [114]
Ben-Hur 1972 $146,900,000 Chariot racing [71]
Enter the Dragon 1973 $220,000,000 Martial arts [148]
Saturday Night Fever 1977 $237,113,184 Dance competition [29]
Smokey and the Bandit 1977 $300,000,000 Motor racing [22]
Enter the Dragon 1977 $300,000,000 Martial arts [149]
Rocky IV 1985 $300,473,716 Boxing [21]
Enter the Dragon 1985 $350,000,000 Martial arts [115]
1994 $400,000,000 [13]
Forrest Gump 1994 $677,945,399 American football / ping pong [150]
The Hunger Games 2012 $694,394,724 Battle royale [4]
The Hunger Games: Catching Fire 2013 $865,011,746 [2]

R Distributor rental earnings only.
* US and Canada gross only.

Highest-grossing opening weekends for sports films

The following is a list of biggest opening for sports films of all time. Films that played since 1985 are on the list, 2013 is the most represented on the list with 5 films.

Fast & Furious is the franchise with the most films on the list with 6 films, while motor racing has the most of any sport with 13 films.

Film Opening ($ millions) Year Sport Ref[151]
The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1 273.9 2014 Battle royale [152]
The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2 247.2 2015 [6]
The Hunger Games 211.8 2012 [4]
Ready Player One 181.2 2018 E-sport [153]
The Hunger Games: Catching Fire 164.4 2013 Battle royale [2]
Cars 2 109.0 2011 motor racing [154]
Casino Royale 74 2006 Gambling [155]
Cars 65.5 2006 Motor racing [156]
Space Jam: A New Legacy 54.6 2021 basketball [144]
Cars 3 53.7 2017 Motor racing [157]
2 Fast 2 Furious 50.5 2003 [158]
Real Steel 49.4 2011 Boxing [159]
The Longest Yard 47.2 2005 American football [160]
Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby 47 2006 Motor racing [161]
Turbo 42.7 2013 [162]
The Fast and the Furious 40.1 2001 [163]
The Waterboy 39.4 1998 American football [164]
Creed 35.1 2015 Boxing [165]
Blades of Glory 35 2007 Ice skating [166]
Gladiator 34.8 2000 Gladiatorial combat [11]
The Blind Side 34.2 2009 American football [167]
Speed Racer 32.2 2008 Motor racing [168]
DodgeBall: A True Underdog Story 30.1 2004 Dodgeball [78]
Nacho Libre 28.3 2006 Wrestling [169]
Space Jam 27.5 1996 Basketball [170]
42 27.4 2013 Baseball [171]
The Game Plan 24.9 2007 American football [172]
Leap 24.6 2020 Volleyball [173]
Forrest Gump 24.5 1994 American football / Ping Pong [174]
Coach Carter 24.2 2005 Basketball [175]
The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift 24 2006 Drifting [176]
Remember the Titans 20.9 2000 American football [177]
Seabiscuit 20.9 2003 Horse racing [178]
Friday Night Lights 20.3 2004 American football [179]
Kicking & Screaming 20.2 2005 Association football [180]
Rocky IV 20 1985 Boxing [181]
Moneyball 19.9 2001 Baseball [182]
Surf's Up 19.8 2007 Surfing [183]
The Benchwarmers 19.7 2006 Baseball [184]
Miracle 19.3 2004 Ice hockey [185]
Cinderella Man 18.3 2005 Boxing [186]
Bring It On 17.3 2000 Cheerleading [187]
Jerry Maguire 17.1 1996 American football [188]
Invincible 17 2006 [189]
Southpaw 16.7 2015 Boxing [190]
Semi-Pro 16.6 2008 Basketball [191]
The Rookie 16 2002 Baseball [192]

Timeline of highest-grossing openings

The following is a timeline of the biggest worldwide opening for a sports film of all time. boxing is the most represented sports with four films on the list, the Rocky has hold the record the most with three films.

Title Established Record-setting gross[151] Sport Ref
The Big Boss 1971 $167,000[i] Martial arts [193]
The Way of the Dragon (Return of the Dragon) 1974 $1,185,000* [j] [k]
Saturday Night Fever 1977 $3,878,099* Dance competition [29]
Rocky II 1979 $6,390,537* Boxing [33]
The Main Event 1979 $6,600,000* [196]
Rocky III 1982 $16,015,408* [33]
Rocky IV 1985 $19,991,537*
Forrest Gump 1994 $24,450,602* American football / ping pong [5]
Fast & Furious 2009 $101,700,000 Motor racing [197]
Fast Five 2011 $109,600,000 [198]
The Hunger Games 2012 $211,800,000 Battle royale [4]
The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1 2014 $273,900,000 [199]

* US and Canada gross only.

Highest opening weekends by sport

The following is a list of highest-grossing opening weekends for sports films by sport. Note that some films feature more than one sport so they could be on the list more than once.

Sport Film Year Worldwide gross ($ million) Ref
American football The Longest Yard 2005 47.2 [160]
Association football Kicking & Screaming 2005 20.2 [180]
Baseball 42 2013 27.5 [171]
Basketball Space Jam: A New Legacy 2021 54.6 [200]
Battle royale The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1 2014 273.9 [152]
Boxing Real Steel 2002 49.4 [159]
Cheerleading Bring It On 2000 17.3 [187]
Dodgeball Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story 2006 28.3 [169]
Drifting The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift 2006 24 [176]
E-sport Ready Player One 2018 181.2 [153]
Gladiatorial combat Gladiator 2000 34.8 [11]
Horse racing Seabiscuit 2003 20.9 [178]
Ice hockey Miracle 2004 19.3 [185]
Ice skating Blades of Glory 2007 35 [166]
Rugby Invictus 2009 8.6 [90]
Ping pong Forrest Gump 1994 24.5 [174]
Surfing Surf's Up 2007 19.9 [183]
Triathlon Luca 2021 5.6 [95]
Wrestling Nacho Libre 2006 28.3 [169]

Sports films by tickets sold

The following is a list of sports films that have sold more than 10 million tickets worldwide. The Fast & Furious franchise has the most entries with six films on the list. Motor racing is the sport with the most entries, with thirteen films.

Film Year Known ticket sales (est.) Sport Notes
Ben-Hur 1959 141,823,187 Chariot racing [l]
Enter the Dragon 1973 139,000,000 Martial arts [n]
Disco Dancer 1982 135,000,000 Dance competition [o]
Forrest Gump 1994 100,522,518 American football / ping pong [p]
Dangal 2016 86,373,229 Wrestling [q]
Smokey and the Bandit 1977 60,795,601 Motor racing [r]
The Way of the Dragon 1972 58,536,292 Martial arts [s]
Naya Daur (New Era) 1957 40,000,000 Horse racing / motor racing [234][207]
Cars 2006 37,264,600 Motor racing [201]
The Love Bug 1968 36,101,400 [201]
Rocky IV 1990 35,387,300 Boxing [201]
Sultan 2016 35,250,009 Wrestling [t]
The Waterboy 1998 34,210,600 American football [201]
The Blind Side 2009 33,302,300
The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2 2015 32,401,600 Battle royale [240]
The Karate Kid Part II 1986 31,025,300 Martial arts [240]
The Karate Kid 1984 27,072,000 Martial arts [240]
Casino Royale 2006 25,428,700 Gambling [241]
The Longest Yard 2005 24,667,600 American football [241]
Smokey and the Bandit II 1980 24,584,600 Motor racing [241]
xXx 2004 24,457,600 Extreme sport [241]
Cars 2 2011 23,945,000 Motor racing [241]
The Longest Yard 2005 22,707,800 American football [241]
2 Fast 2 Furious 2003 21,087,000 Motor racing [241]
Chariots of Fire 1981 20,060,900 Track and field [242]
Lagaan: Once Upon a Time in India 2013 20,041,477 Cricket [u]
Seabiscuit 2003 19,915,000 Horse racing [242]
Dodgeball 2004 18,410,100 Dodgeball [242]
Blades of Glory 2008 17,237,600 Ice skating [248]
Cars 3 2017 17,092,900 Motor racing [248]
Cool Runnings 1993 16,613,200 Bobsleigh [248]
Field of Dreams 1989 16,229,600 Baseball [248]
Dragon Ball Super: Broly 2018 16,227,175 Martial arts [v]
Mortal Kombat 1995 16,196,300 [248]
Million Dollar Baby 2004 15,681,300 Boxing [248]
Caddyshack 1980 14,812,800 Golf [248]
Chak De! India 2007 13,984,400 Field hockey [w]
Bhaag Milkha Bhaag 2013 12,610,615 Track and field [x]
Game of Death 1978 12,229,437 Martial arts [y]

See also

Notes

  1. ^ The first sixteen Dragon Ball films, from Dragon Ball: Curse of the Blood Rubies (1986) to Dragon Ball Z: Wrath of the Dragon (1995), had a total Japanese box office gross of over ¥40 billion[50] ($460 million).[51] Outside of Japan, the 2002–2003 European releases of Dragon Ball Z: The World's Strongest (1990) grossed $1,009,767,[52] the 2016 Chinese release of Dragon Ball: Mystical Adventure (1988) grossed $9,714,846,[53] and the 2018 North American releases of Dragon Ball Z films Broly: The Legendary Super Saiyan (1993) and Saiyan Double Feature (Fusion Reborn and Bardock: The Father of Goku) grossed $1,199,689.[54]
  2. ^ The film grossed $52,761,356 worldwide, including $32 million in Japan,[58] $2.8 million in the US and Canada,[59] and $17,961,356 in other territories.[60]
  3. ^ See Dragon Ball: The Path to Power § Box office
  4. ^ See Cook Up a Storm § Box office
  5. ^ See Game of Death § Box office
  6. ^ See The Karate Kid § Box office
  7. ^ See Dragon Ball: Sleeping Princess in Devil's Castle § Box office
  8. ^ See Dragon Ball Z: The Tree of Might § Box office
  9. ^ Hong Kong only.
  10. ^ New York City and Chicago only.
  11. ^ $1 million in New York City.[194] $185,000 at two Chicago theaters.[195]
  12. ^ Ben-Hur admissions:
    • United States and Canada – 98,046,900[201]
    • South Korea (Seoul City) – 873,163[202]
    • Other territories – 42,903,124[203]
  13. ^ a b c d See Box office § Average ticket price.
  14. ^ Enter the Dragon$400 million+ gross (as of 2001)[13]
    • 1973 – $100 million gross[204]56 million tickets[m]
    • Up until 1980 – $220 million gross[148]
      • 1974–1980 – $120 million gross – 45 million+ tickets[m]
    • Up until 1997 – $300 million gross[205]
      • 1981–1997 – $80 million gross – 17 million+ tickets[m]
    • 1998–2001 – $100 million gross – 21 million+ tickets[m]
  15. ^ Disco Dancer admissions:
  16. ^ Forrest Gump admissions:
    • United States and Canada – 78,637,200[209]
    • France, Germany, Italy, Spain – 18,065,321[210]
    • Austria, Denmark, Finland, Netherlands, Sweden – 3,103,792[211]
    • South Korea (Seoul City) – 705,143[202]
    • Belgium, Czech Republic, Romania, Switzerland, United Kingdom (1996–2017) – 11,062[212]
  17. ^ Dangal admissions:
  18. ^ Smokey and the Bandit admissions:
    • United States, Canada, Spain – 58,614,553[225]
    • France and Germany – 2,181,048[226]
  19. ^ The Way of the Dragon admissions:
    • United States and Canada – 50,000,000[227][228]
    • France and Germany – 5,502,004[229]
    • Japan – 2,610,000[230][231]
    • Bombay (New Excelsior theater) – 241,000 (eight weeks)[232]
    • South Korea (Seoul City) – 182,530[202]
    • Denmark and Finland (2018–2019) – 758[233]
  20. ^ Sultan admissions:
  21. ^ Lagaan admissions:
  22. ^ Dragon Ball Super: Broly admissions
    • Japan – 3,009,730[249]
    • Latin America – 7,220,416+
      • Mexico – 4,100,000[250]
      • Peru – 1,122,971[251]
      • Argentina – 808,055[252]
      • Colombia (4 days) – 539,874[253]
      • Chile (4 days) – 362,776[254]
      • Brazil (day 1) – 106,000[255]
      • Bolivia (1 week) – 91,968[256]
      • Paraguay – 77,713[257]
      • Uruguay (4 days) – 11,059[258]
    • United States and Canada – 3,408,700[259]
    • Europe – 1,518,016
      • France and Germany – 638,407[260]
      • Other European countries – 879,609[261]
    • China – 1,034,444[262]
    • South Korea – 35,869[202]
  23. ^ Chak De admissions:
    • India – 13,983,000[263]
    • United States and Canada – 163,000[264]
    • United Kingdom – 85,841[265]
    • Norway – 1,400[266]
  24. ^ Bhaag Milkha Bhaag admissions:
    • India – 12,369,000[267]
    • United States and Canada – 201,213[268]
    • United Kingdom – 40,400[269]
    • Norway – 2[270]
  25. ^ Game of Death admissions:

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