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Top 10 Most Expensive Movies Ever Made

Top 10 Most Expensive Movies Ever Made

Alright, Hollywood fanatics, here is the list of the top 10 most expensive movies ever made…

#10 The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey (2012)

Total Budget: $257.2 Million

Total Lifetime Gross: $1.02 Billion

Domestic Gross: $303 Million

Foreign Gross: $714 Million

Opening Weekend: $84 Million

Widest Release: 4100 Theaters

In Release: 133 Days/19 Weeks

Source: boxofficemojo.com

(All Budget estimates have been adjusted for inflation)

#9 Avatar (2009)

Total Budget: $261 Million

Total Lifetime Gross: $2.8 Billion

Domestic Gross: $760 Million

Foreign Gross: $2.3 Billion

Opening Weekend: $77 Million

Widest Release: 3461 Theaters

In Release: 238 Days/34 Weeks

Source: boxofficemojo.com

(All Budget estimates have been adjusted for inflation)

#8 Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest (2006)

Total Budget: $263.7 Million

Total Lifetime Gross: $1.1 Billion

Domestic Gross: $423 Million

Foreign Gross: $642 Million

Opening Weekend: $135 Million

Widest Release: 4133 Theaters

In Release: 154 Days/22 Weeks

Source: boxofficemojo.com

(All Budget estimates have been adjusted for inflation)

#7 Waterworld (1995)

Total Budget: $271.3 Million

Total Lifetime Gross: $264.2 Million

Domestic Gross: $88.2 Million

Foreign Gross: $176 Million

Opening Weekend: $21.2 Million

Widest Release: 2420 Theaters

Source: boxofficemojo.com

(All Budget estimates have been adjusted for inflation)

#6 Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince (2009)

Total Budget: $275.3 Million

Total Lifetime Gross: $934.4 Million

Domestic Gross: $302 Million

Foreign Gross: $632.4 Million

Opening Weekend: $77.8 Million

Widest Release: 4455 Theaters

In Release: 156 Days/22.3 Weeks

Source: boxofficemojo.com

(All Budget estimates have been adjusted for inflation)

#5 Tangled (2010)

Total Budget: $281.7 Million

Total Lifetime Gross: $591.8 Million

Domestic Gross: $200.8 Million

Foreign Gross: $390.9 Million

Opening Weekend: $48.8 Million

Widest Release: 3603 Theaters

In Release: 191 Days/27.3 Weeks

Source: boxofficemojo.com

(All Budget estimates have been adjusted for inflation)

#4 Spider Man 3 (2007)

Total Budget: $293.9 Million

Total Lifetime Gross: $890.9 Million

Domestic Gross: $336.5 Million

Foreign Gross: $554.3 Million

Opening Weekend: $151.1 Million

Widest Release: 4324 Theaters

In Release: 112 Days/16 Weeks

Source: boxofficemojo.com

(All Budget estimates have been adjusted for inflation)

#3 Titanic (1997)

Total Budget: $294.3 Million

Total Lifetime Gross: $2.2 Billion*

Domestic Gross: $658.7 Million

Foreign Gross: $1.5 Billion

Opening Weekend: $28.6 Million

Widest Release: 3265 Theaters

*Includes tickets for “Titanic 3-D” release.

Source: boxofficemojo.com

(All Budget estimates have been adjusted for inflation)

#2 Cleopatra (1963)

Total Budget: $339.5 Million

Total Lifetime Gross: $445.8 Million

Domestic Gross: $57.8 Million

Foreign Gross: $388 Million

Source: boxofficemojo.com

(All Budget estimates have been adjusted for inflation)

#1 Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End (2007)

Total Budget: $341.8 Million

Total Lifetime Gross: $963.4 Million

Domestic Gross: $309.4 Million

Foreign Gross: $654 Million

Opening Weekend: $114.7 Million

Widest Release: 4362 Theaters

In Release: 133 Days/19 Weeks

Source: boxofficemojo.com

(All Budget estimates have been adjusted for inflation)

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