Highest Grossing Films of 2015
If we have spare time and we want to have some fun, the first thing that comes to mind is going to the moviehouse and catch up some good movies. The good thing is that there are many movies in the market these days. Every week, there is a new screening and better than the other.
Going to the movies has become a part of every Singaporean. We love movies whether it is local or international. In this line, we have to know the highest-grossing films as of March 2015 so we can still catch it or look for a copy. The top ten films released with the highest gross include the following:
- Fifty Shades of Grey: Fifty Shades of Grey is produced by Universal Pictures studio earning a worldwide gross of $566,135,505. This figure made the film number one in the rank of the highest grossing films of 2015.
- Furious 7: Furious 7 is produced by Universal Pictures studio earning a worldwide gross of $490,514,030 making the movie number two. Actually, this is the earliest that Universal Pictures already hit $1 billion gross.
- Cinderella: The third is Cinderella which is produced by Walt Disney studio earning a worldwide gross of $400,799,171.
- Kingsman: The Secret Service: The fourth rank goes to Kingsman: The Secret Service produced by 20th Century Fox studio earning a worldwide gross of $370,343,685.
- Taken 3: Taken 3 is the fifth film produced by 20th Century Fox studio earning a worldwide gross of $325,586,539.
- The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water: The film is in the 6th It is produced by Paramount Pictures/Nickelodeon Movies earning a worldwide gross of $296,964,942.
- The Divergent Series: Insurgent: The seventh rank goes to Insurgent produced by Summit Entertainment/Lionsgate studio earning a worldwide gross of $226,257,025.
- Home: Home is the eighth film produced by 20th Century Fox/Dreamworks Animation studio earning a worldwide gross of $187,934,831.
- Jupiter Ascending: The ninth movie produced by Warner Bros. studio earning a worldwide gross of $181,462,851.
- From Vegas to Macau II: The tenth movie produced by Polybona Films studio earning a worldwide a gross of $154,130,000.
These films belong to the “top grossers” bracket for a reason. Many people love these movies. Singaporeans love to watch movies especially during the weekends. Movie goers here have plenty of movies to select. If we want to make sure a specific movie is worth watching, we can just read reviews.
Ah, nothing beats a good movie and popcorn.
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