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Box Office History for Miramax

Ticket Sales and Market Share by Year

Note: Figures for 2016 are at an annualized rate.

Top-Grossing Movies 1995-2016, Adjusted for Ticket Price Inflation

RankMovieRelease
Date
GenreMPAA
Rating
Total GrossInflation-Adjusted
Gross
1 Good Will Hunting Dec 5, 1997 Drama R $138,433,435 $248,951,093
2 Chicago Dec 27, 2002 Musical PG-13 $170,687,518 $239,112,061
3 Scream Dec 20, 1996 Horror R $103,046,663 $191,933,161
4 Scream 2 Dec 12, 1997 Horror R $101,363,301 $185,490,449
5 Shakespeare in Love Dec 11, 1998 Romantic Comedy R $100,317,794 $167,644,122
6 The English Patient Nov 15, 1996 Drama R $78,716,374 $146,429,699
7 The Others Aug 10, 2001 Horror PG-13 $96,522,687 $143,760,820
8 Scream 3 Feb 4, 2000 Horror R $89,138,076 $139,412,609
9 The Aviator Dec 17, 2004 Drama PG-13 $102,608,827 $136,280,147
10 Cold Mountain Dec 25, 2003 Drama R $95,632,614 $131,592,426
11 Gangs of New York Dec 20, 2002 Drama R $77,730,500 $111,160,374
12 Chocolat Dec 15, 2000 Drama PG-13 $71,309,760 $106,525,703
13 Bridget Jones's Diary Apr 13, 2001 Romantic Comedy R $71,500,556 $106,492,877
14 She's All That Jan 29, 1999 Romantic Comedy PG-13 $63,319,509 $105,075,482
15 Halloween: H2O Aug 5, 1998 Horror R $55,004,135 $98,866,703
16 Kill Bill: Volume 1 Oct 10, 2003 Action R $70,098,138 $97,979,934
17 Life is Beautiful Oct 23, 1998 Drama PG-13 $57,598,247 $97,155,809
18 The Cider House Rules Dec 10, 1999 Drama PG-13 $57,547,209 $90,405,259
19 Kill Bill: Volume 2 Apr 16, 2004 Action R $66,207,920 $89,876,445
20 No Country for Old Men Nov 9, 2007 Action R $74,273,505 $89,495,637
21 Cop Land Aug 15, 1997 Drama R $44,810,734 $82,299,451
22 Shall We Dance? Oct 15, 2004 Romantic Comedy PG-13 $57,887,882 $78,550,833
23 Serendipity Oct 5, 2001 Romantic Comedy PG-13 $50,255,310 $74,850,223
24 Jet Li's Hero Aug 27, 2004 Action PG-13 $53,652,140 $72,832,131
25 Jackie Brown Dec 25, 1997 Drama R $39,647,595 $72,328,001
Complete List

Year by Year Market Share

YearMovies in
Release
Market
Share
GrossTickets SoldInflation-
Adjusted
Gross
Top-Grossing MovieGross that Year
1995 38 3.50% $185,609,310 42,668,789 $337,936,809 Pulp Fiction $44,268,548
1996 40 4.21% $242,673,073 54,903,388 $434,834,833 Scream $39,129,829
1997 33 6.67% $423,367,790 92,236,976 $730,516,850 Scream 2 $85,520,969
1998 40 5.83% $394,081,594 84,025,908 $665,485,191 Good Will Hunting $130,828,794
1999 38 4.31% $316,083,328 62,221,112 $492,791,207 Shakespeare in Love $90,829,322
2000 26 3.98% $306,533,808 56,870,824 $450,416,926 Scream 3 $89,138,076
2001 32 5.30% $439,178,825 77,593,419 $614,539,878 The Others $96,522,687
2002 32 2.75% $251,949,211 43,364,735 $343,448,701 Gangs of New York $47,082,059
2003 27 4.42% $406,466,295 67,407,331 $533,866,062 Chicago $161,445,985
2004 21 3.92% $363,638,451 58,556,905 $463,770,688 Kill Bill: Volume 2 $66,207,920
2005 17 2.00% $175,834,658 27,431,294 $217,255,848 The Aviator $71,067,437
2006 9 0.50% $45,880,724 7,004,686 $55,477,113 The Queen $28,196,606
2007 8 1.21% $117,947,277 17,143,496 $135,776,488 No Country for Old Men $44,759,744
2008 10 0.87% $84,793,809 11,809,719 $93,532,974 No Country for Old Men $29,513,761
2009 8 0.51% $54,736,063 7,298,138 $57,801,253 Adventureland $16,044,025
2010 2 0.27% $27,990,098 3,547,540 $28,096,517 The Switch $27,758,465
2011 1 0.00% $46,310 5,839 $46,245 The Tempest $46,310

Upcoming Releases

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Box Office
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Trailer

August, 2016

August 26 Southside with You (Limited) Drama