The year was the first since 1998 when we’ve had two films that have been the highest-grossing films of all time.
The first was the 1992 space movie “Wolverine,” which became a box office sensation in the US and grossed $1.7 billion.
The second, the Hunger Games movies, hit theaters and earned $3.2 billion.
“Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” also made waves and is now the highest grossing film of all-time, but it wasn’t until this year that two films made the most impact on the box office, earning more than $2.6 billion and making it the top-grosser of alltime.
The film industry is experiencing a major renaissance in 2016, with several new franchises launching, with the likes of “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” and “Marvel’s Avengers: Infinity War” being the most-successful.
But while all of these movies are doing very well, there are still a few films that are making a huge splash in terms of the box-office.
While the movie industry has been busy since 2017, many are now focusing on the coming year.
These films will help determine the best movies to watch in 2018 and beyond.
Here are some of the most successful movies of 2016:The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1: $2,065 million (3rd)The Hunger Game: Mockedjay Part 2: $1,873 million (4th)Wolverines: $924 million (1st)Batman v.
Superman: $700 million (2nd)The Avengers: $636 million (5th)Deadpool: $541 million (6th)Star Wars Rogue One: $440 million (7th)Hunger Games: The First Blood Part 2, Part 3: $315 million (9th)Battleship: $320 million (10th)The Last Witch Hunter: $275 million (11th)Batman: The Killing Joke: $240 million (12th)Warcraft: The Frozen Throne: $230 million (13th)Fantastic Beasts: $225 million (14th)Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.
2: Over $215 million (15th)Daredevil: $180 million (16th)Spider-Man: $170 million (17th)Iron Man 3: Over over $150 million (18th)Guardians of the Garden: $140 million (19th)Thor: Ragnarok: $120 million (20th)Suicide Squad: $90 million (21st)Captain America: Civil War: $80 million (22nd)X-Men: Apocalypse: $75 million (23rd)Star Trek Into Darkness: $70 million (24th)Captain Marvel: $65 million(25th)Rise of the Planet of the Apes: $50 million (26th)Logan Lucky: $45 million(27th)