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TOP MOVIES 2022 (lc)

01     853,000,000  Jurassic World: Dominion

02     827,100,000  Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness

03     807,400,000  Minions: The Rise of Gru

04     638,000,000  The Batman

05     589,400,000  Thor: Love and Thunder

06     441,900,000  Sonic The Hedgehog 2

07     347,000,000  Lightyear

08     321,500,000  The Black Phone

09     291,900,000  Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore

10     290,400,000  Top Gun Maverick

11     198,600,000  Bullet Train

12     162,500,000  Morbius

13     159,500,000  Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero

14     149,500,000  DC League of Super-Pets

15     149,400,000  Elvis

16     134,400,000  Uncharted

17     120,000,000  Permission to Dance On Stage

18     108,800,000  The Bad Guys

19     106,100,000  The Lost City

20       75,500,000  Nightmare Alley

 

TOP MOVIES 2021 (lc)

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01  1,591,000,000  Spider-Man: No Way Home

02     521,000,000  F9

03     504,000,000  Venom: Let There Be Carnage

04     412,000,000  Godzilla vs Kong

05     338,600,000  The Conjuring 3: The Devil Made Me Do It

06     315,500,000  Eternals

07     281,000,000  Sing 2

08     233,000,000  Cruella

09     196,000,000  Black Widow

10     167,000,000  Space Jam: A New Legacy

11     154,000,000  Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings

12     131,500,000  A Quiet Place Part II

13     126,000,000  Ghostbusters: Afterlife

14     125,500,000  No Time To Die

15     121,300,000  The Unholy

16     112,300,000  Encanto

17     109,900,000  Dune (2021)

18     102,300,000  Matrix Resurrections

19     101,800,000  The Suicide Squad

20       98,000,000  The Forever Purge

21       71,900,000  The Gucci House

22       71,000,000  The Addams Family 2

23       70,000,000  The Boss Baby 2

24       67,600,000  Halloween Kills

25       67,000,000  Demon Slayer

26       66,100,000  Free Guy

 

 

TOP MOVIES 2020 (lc)

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01     351,200,000  Sonic the Hedgehog

02     232,600,000  Bad Boys for Life

03     213,100,000  Birds of Prey

04     171,200,000  Dolittle

05     114,800,000  Onward

06     104,400,000  The Invisible Man

07     102,700,000  1917

08     101,500,000  Cindy La Regia

09       92,800,000  JoJo Rabbit

10       80,300,000  The Wild Call

 

 

TOP MOVIES 2019 (lc)

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01 1,474,000,000  Avengers: Endgame

02 1,375,000,000  Toy Story 4

03    996,000,000  The Lion King (2019) 

04    857,300,000  Joker

05    642,000,000  Captain Marvel

06    627,000.000  Aladdin (2019)

07    611,000,000  Spider-Man: Far From Home

08    556,000,000  Frozen 2

09    500,000,000  Maleficent: Mistress of Evil

10    426,000,000  It Chapter 2

11    414,000,000  Dumbo (2019)

12    402,000,000  How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World

13    394,200,000  Jumanji: The Next Level

14    333,200,000  Fast & Furious: Hobbs & Shaw

15    329,300,000  No manches Frida 2

16    314,700,000  Annabelle Comes Home

17    312,000,000  Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker

18    298,000,000  Shazam!

19    289,600,000  Secret Life of Pets 2

20    238,600,000  Mirreyes vs. Godinez

21    223,600,000  Detective Pikachu

22    206,000,000  Glass

23    205,230,000  Dragon Ball Z: Brolly

24    202,200,000  The Curse of La Llorona

25    192,900,000  Dark Phoenix

26    192,600,000  Godzilla King of the Monsters

 

 

TOP MOVIES OF ALL TIME from 2004 (lc, audience)

 

 

INFO FOR 2018

 

 

INFO FOR 2017

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TOP MOVIES 2017 (lc, up to 04 Jan)

01 1,097,110,000    Coco
02    673,590,000    Fate of the Furious
03    623,190,000    Despicable Me 3
04    565,690,000    Beauty and the Beast
05    491,770,000    It
06    482,580,000    Spiderman: Homecoming
07    470,990,000    Justice League
08    455,090,000    How To Be a Latin Lover
09    437,590,000    Baby Boss
10    412,490,000    Wonder Woman
11    403,070,000    Thor Ragnarok
12    353,450,000    Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2
13    331,300,000    Annabelle: Creation
14    303,790,000    Pirates of the Caribbean: Salazar's Revenge
15    287,220,000    War for the Planet of the Apes
16    276,330,000    Cars 3
17    271,920,000    Kong: Skull Island
18    270,730,000    Logan
19    268,720,000    Transformers: The Last Knight
20    252,860,000    Jumanji: Welcome to The Jungle
21    246,440,000    Star Wars: The Last Jedi
22    234,040,000    The Mummy
23    201,840,000    Daddy's Home 2
24    200,180,000    Hazlo como hombre
25    170,680,000    Assassin's Creed
26    168,160,000    The Lego Batman Movie*
27    167,620,000    Geostorm
28    163,800,000    The Great Wall
29    159,620,000    Split*
30    142,850,000    Resident Evil: The Last Chapter
31    141,850,000    Baywatch
32    134,500,000    Emoji: The Movie
33    128,830,000    xXx: The Return of Xander Cage
34    128,130,000    Wonder
35    125,630,000    50 Shades Darker
36    123,370,000    3 idiotas
37    118,090,000    A Dog's Purpose
38    114,830,000    Power Rangers
39    114,250,000    Ferdinand
40    111,100,000    King Arthur: Legend of the Sword

* Totals up to 19 March.

 

TOP MOVIES 2017 (audience, up to 4 Jan)

01    23,360,000    Coco
02    14,130,000    Fate of the Furious
03    13,970,000    Despica

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MEXICO BO 2012 (FOR THE MOMENT) :1-Journey 2 : $12.6 million2-John Carter : $11.8 million3-Wrath of the Titans : $11.7 million4-The Hunger Games : $10.4 millionNot the most impressive numbers, they wait for Spiderman.

And Avengers.. It will be big there.IM2 almost did 20 mill there.with 3D i expect around 27-30 there
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While Mexico has been eclipsed by Brazil as the biggest moviegoing market in Latin America, it remains a vibrant and key territory. And if there's a premier 3D family market anywhere, it's Mexico, where Fox's Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked has earned north of $6 million. But challenges loom in 2012: There are economic woes, and the advent of broadband is dramatically increasing digital piracy in Mexico and across all of Latin America.

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Mexico did something wonderful two years ago by making Toy Story 3 their highest grossing movie ever. They can do it again by watching Titanic in 3D.

Toy Story 3 made 59m there, it looks unreachableWhich film do you think can be able to outgross that record?
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