Check Out The Top 10 Movies At The Box Office In 2015

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Biggest box office movies of 2015

2015 was a big year at the box office, with records being broken basically almost every month. Check out the top 10 biggest movies below!

Biggest box office movies of 2015
Biggest box office movies of 2015: Jurassic World tops list

1. Jurassic World ($1.669 billion): Universal’s decision to reboot the dinosaur-filled franchise was probably their best ever, as it went on to gross over a billion dollars in just 13 days, a record it held until yesterday.

READ: Star Wars: The Force Awakens Sets Record For Highest Box Office Debut

2. Furious 7 ($1.515 billion): The latest in what has now become a box office hit series, Furious 7 surpassed the $1 billion mark in 16 days as movie viewers trooped out to see Paul Walker’s last performance.

3. Avengers: Age of Ultron ($1.405 billion): Age of Ultron may have fallen short of its predecessor, but it’s an Avengers movie nonetheless, and that’s enough to gross big bucks.

4. Minions ($1.157 billion): The incoherent, yellow Minions warmed their ways into the hearts of movie lovers through the Despicable Me movies, and their stand-alone movie was a smash hit.

5. Star Wars: The Force Awakens ($1.091 billion): The movie has been out for only 12 days, and its been 12 days of record shattering for the latest movie in the iconic franchise.

6. Inside Out ($852 million): Pixar’s emotional masterpiece resonated with both young and adult audiences, and it made its way to becoming the year’s second biggest animated movie.

7. Spectre ($850 million): Daniel Craig continues to drive controversy as he plays fictional great spy James Bond, and also drove watchers to the theatre.

8. Mission: Impossible — Rogue Nation ($682 million): Tom Cruise has had his fair share of box office bombs, but back in his Mission: Impossible role, showed that making a hit movie isn’t that impossible after all.

READ: ‘Jurassic World’ Gets Sequel, Date Announced

9. The Hunger Games: Mockingjay — Part 2 ($617 million): Mockingjay – Part 2 marked an end to the hugely successful franchise, and Jennifer Lawrence made sure they went out in style.

10. The Martian ($594 million): No one expected Ridley Scott’s The Martian to be such a hit, but crazier things have happened on Mars.



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