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Highest Grossing Movie Franchises of All Time - LOTR is Fifth

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Nov 19 2010, 10:11am


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With the release of the latest Harry Potter film, CNBC has a slide show featuring the highest grossing movie franchises of all time. Here are the top five...

  1. Star Wars (6 Films, $5.49 Billion)

  2. Harry Potter (6 Films, $5.42 Billion)

  3. James Bond (23 Films, $3.55 Billion)

  4. Shrek (4 Films, $2.94 Billion)

  5. The Lord of the Rings  (3 Films, $2.91 Billion)


As you can see The Lord of the Rings makes the top five, but, just as a point of observation, if you average the number of films to the dollar total, you'll see that The Lord of the Rings has the highest per film average - around $970,000,000 per film. [See the full list]

(This post was edited by calisuri on Nov 19 2010, 4:45pm)

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Highest Grossing Movie Franchises of All Time - LOTR is Fifth News from Bree Send a private message to News from Bree Nov 19 2010, 10:11am
    Hello Thierry Send a private message to Thierry Nov 19 2010, 4:32pm
        Ha! Of Course - will edit calisuri Send a private message to calisuri Nov 19 2010, 4:44pm
    The Hobbit Flagg Send a private message to Flagg Nov 19 2010, 5:24pm
    We should get the numbers straight .... AngryDwarf Send a private message to AngryDwarf Nov 19 2010, 6:07pm
    "Numbers are not adjusted for inflation." // N.E. Brigand Send a private message to N.E. Brigand Nov 19 2010, 6:33pm
        Here Darkstone Send a private message to Darkstone Nov 19 2010, 8:54pm
            That makes RotK #47 top grossing film of all time! squire Send a private message to squire Nov 19 2010, 11:45pm
                I would also say... Patty Send a private message to Patty Nov 20 2010, 1:16am
                    Also... Darkstone Send a private message to Darkstone Nov 20 2010, 1:35am
                        And also... FarFromHome Send a private message to FarFromHome Nov 20 2010, 10:47am
                    I don't think it's possible Flagg Send a private message to Flagg Nov 20 2010, 7:18pm
                        That's true, it would be guesswork. But all I'm saying is... Patty Send a private message to Patty Nov 20 2010, 7:33pm
            Darkstone macfalk Send a private message to macfalk Nov 20 2010, 11:10am
    Well, kid movies will always have the numbers Doriath Send a private message to Doriath Nov 19 2010, 6:55pm
        The Potters have a problem Elizabeth Send a private message to Elizabeth Nov 19 2010, 8:22pm
            To explain DiveTwin Send a private message to DiveTwin Nov 19 2010, 9:44pm
    Awards DiveTwin Send a private message to DiveTwin Nov 19 2010, 6:55pm
    Really quite impressive.. film fanNo.7 Send a private message to film fanNo.7 Nov 21 2010, 1:41am

 
 
 

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