Top 3 Highest Grossing Movies of All Time
The following is a list of the all-time highest-grossing films, adjusted for inflation. Since movie theatre ticket costs have risen dramatically over time, this list provides a more true picture of which films were the most successful. The films that made the list span numerous decades, demonstrating that a wide range of film genres have remained popular throughout time.
3). Star Wars
Star Wars: A New Hope, a 1977 hit space film, grossed an incredible $2,710,800,000 and has a cult following ever since. George Lucas, the film’s inventor and director, cemented his reputation as one of the industry’s most illustrious figures. Star Wars is so famous that it has inspired the creation of comic books, video and computer games, novels, and television programmes. This film received 11 Academy Award nominations and won seven of them, including Art Direction-Set Direction, Costume Design, Film Editing, Music, Sound, Visual Effects, and a Special Achievement Award for Art Direction-Set Direction. Star Wars is widely regarded as one of the greatest science fiction films ever made. There have been six Star Wars films to far, with Star Wars Episode VII planned to be released in 2015.
James Cameron directed and wrote this blockbuster science fiction action picture, which made an incredible $2,782,300,000. Filming was planned to start in 1997, but James Cameron determined that the technology he needed to realise his vision wasn’t ready yet. The film is set in the mid-twentieth century and revolves around the idea that Earth has depleted all of its natural resources and has turned to mining a valuable mineral known as unobtanium on a planet known as Pandora. Human actions on Pandora have set them at conflict with the local Na’vi humanoids. Best Cinematography, Best Visual Effects, and Best Art Direction were all awarded to Avatar at the Academy Awards. In the drama category, it also won Golden Globes for Best Director and Best Motion Picture.
1). Gone with the Wind
Margaret Mitchell’s Pulitzer Prize-winning book was the inspiration for this classic romantic narrative. When adjusted for inflation, the picture grossed an all-time high of $3,301,400,000 when it was released in 1939. This film is set during the American Civil War and depicts the storey of Scarlett O’Hara (Vivien Leigh) and her desire to marry Ashley Wilkes (Leslie Howard). Scarlett discovers her true love for Rhett Butler (Clarke Gable) later in the film and marries him, but the marriage does not work out. Gone with the Wind was nominated for 13 Academy Awards in 1940 and won ten of them. For her portrayal as Mammy, Hattie McDaniel became the first African American to receive an Academy Award (Best Supporting Actress).
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