Facts and Figures On the 25 Highest Grossing Films of 2013 (Worldwide)
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Facts and Figures On the 25 Highest Grossing Films of 2013 (Worldwide)

By Dustin Rowles | Box Office Round-Ups | January 1, 2014 | Comments ()


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Facts and Figures Based on the 25 Highest Grossing Films Worldwide

Number of superhero Films: 5

Films that were either sequels/reboots/prequel/remakes: 16

Films Based on Original Ideas: 6

Films with the highest percentage from International grosses: Smurfs 2 (79 percent) and A Good Day to Die Hard (77 percent).

Films with the highest percentage domestic gross: Frozen (51 percent) and Star Trek: Into Darkness (49 percent)

PG-13 Films: 14

R-Rated Films: 3

Films in the top 25 with Less than $100 Million Budgets: Now You See Me, Despicable Me 2, The Conjuring, A Good Day to Die Hard

Films in the top 25 with $200 million budgets or higher: Iron Man 3, Man of Steel, The Hobbit: Desolation of Smaug, Oz: The Great and Powerful

Percentage-wise, the Most Profitable Movie: The Conjuring $316 million on a $20 million budget.

Lowest Grossing Movie of the Year Storage 24 (starring Doctor Who’s Noel Clark): $72

Movies that Were Domestically in the Top 25 of 2013 but Not in the Worldwide Top 25: The Heat, We’re the Millers, Identity Thief, Grown Ups 2, Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2 and Lee Daniels’ The Butler.

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The Top 25

1. Iron Man 3 — $1.25 billion

2. Despicable Me 2 — $918 million

3. The Hunger Games: Catching Fire — $797 million

4. Fast and Furious 6 — $787 million

5. Monsters University — $743 million

6. Man of Steel — $662 million

7. Gravity — $653 million

8. Thor: The Dark World — $629 million

9. The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug — $625 million

10. The Croods — $587 million

11. World War Z — $540 million

12. Frozen — $506 million

13. Oz The Great and Powerful — $493 million

14. Star Trek Into Darkness — $467 million

15. The Wolverine — $414 million

16. Pacific Rim — $407 million

17. G.I. Joe: Retaliation — $375 million

18. Now You See Me — $351 million

19. The Hangover Part III — $351 million

20. The Great Gatsby — $348 million

21. The Smurfs 2 — $347 million

22. The Conjuring — $316 million

23. A Good Day to Die Hard — $304 million

24. Oblivion — $286.2 million

25. Elysium — $286.1 million

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