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Box Office History for Paramount Pictures

Ticket Sales and Market Share by Year

Note: Figures for 2017 are at an annualized rate.

Top-Grossing Movies 1995-2017, Adjusted for Ticket Price Inflation

RankMovieRelease
Date
GenreMPAA
Rating
Total GrossInflation-Adjusted
Gross
1 Titanic Dec 19, 1997 Thriller/Suspense PG-13 $658,672,302 $1,211,317,474
2 Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen Jun 24, 2009 Action PG-13 $402,111,870 $477,172,752
3 Shrek the Third May 17, 2007 Adventure PG $322,719,944 $417,472,015
4 Transformers Jul 2, 2007 Action PG-13 $319,246,193 $412,978,352
5 Transformers: Dark of the Moon Jun 29, 2011 Action PG-13 $352,390,543 $395,495,058
6 Iron Man May 2, 2008 Action PG-13 $318,604,126 $394,905,700
7 Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the … May 22, 2008 Adventure PG-13 $317,023,851 $393,064,059
8 Mission: Impossible May 21, 1996 Action PG-13 $180,981,886 $364,420,539
9 Mission: Impossible 2 May 24, 2000 Action PG-13 $215,409,889 $355,686,079
10 Iron Man 2 May 7, 2010 Adventure PG-13 $312,433,331 $352,427,967
11 War of the Worlds Jun 29, 2005 Action PG-13 $234,280,354 $325,287,853
12 Star Trek May 8, 2009 Adventure PG-13 $257,730,019 $305,839,627
13 What Women Want Dec 15, 2000 Romantic Comedy PG-13 $182,805,123 $296,568,052
14 Shrek Forever After May 21, 2010 Adventure PG $238,736,787 $269,297,517
15 Transformers: Age of Extinction Jun 27, 2014 Action PG-13 $245,439,076 $267,369,368
16 Kung Fu Panda Jun 6, 2008 Adventure PG $215,434,591 $267,042,880
17 Runaway Bride Jul 30, 1999 Romantic Comedy PG $152,257,509 $266,740,761
18 Deep Impact May 8, 1998 Adventure PG-13 $140,464,664 $266,553,407
19 Star Trek Into Darkness May 16, 2013 Adventure PG-13 $228,778,661 $250,446,498
20 How to Train Your Dragon Mar 26, 2010 Adventure PG $217,581,231 $245,433,832
21 Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted Jun 8, 2012 Adventure PG $216,391,482 $241,945,245
22 The Truman Show Jun 5, 1998 Drama PG $125,618,201 $238,379,950
23 Monsters vs. Aliens Mar 27, 2009 Adventure PG $198,351,526 $235,377,143
24 Mission: Impossible—Ghost Protocol Dec 16, 2011 Action PG-13 $209,397,903 $234,722,993
25 Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa Nov 7, 2008 Adventure PG $180,010,950 $223,169,529
Complete List

Year by Year Market Share

YearMovies in
Release
Market
Share
GrossTickets SoldInflation-
Adjusted
Gross
Top-Grossing MovieGross that Year
1995 21 9.97% $529,884,404 121,812,497 $1,084,131,223 Congo $81,022,333
1996 24 12.80% $740,924,146 167,629,885 $1,491,905,977 Mission: Impossible $180,981,886
1997 27 13.99% $889,415,108 193,772,340 $1,724,573,826 Titanic $157,467,971
1998 19 15.46% $1,046,011,656 223,030,194 $1,984,968,727 Titanic $443,319,081
1999 21 11.56% $848,754,297 167,077,607 $1,486,990,702 Runaway Bride $152,162,347
2000 19 10.43% $785,491,260 145,731,207 $1,297,007,742 Mission: Impossible 2 $215,409,889
2001 18 11.02% $914,413,744 161,557,191 $1,437,859,000 Lara Croft: Tomb Raider $131,144,183
2002 25 7.36% $673,939,881 115,996,523 $1,032,369,055 The Sum of All Fears $118,471,320
2003 23 7.11% $653,849,399 108,432,724 $965,051,244 The Italian Job $106,126,012
2004 18 6.73% $624,885,940 100,625,746 $895,569,139 Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events $94,616,745
2005 17 9.32% $821,959,361 128,230,781 $1,141,253,951 War of the Worlds $234,280,354
2006 19 10.30% $947,010,659 144,581,771 $1,286,777,762 Over the Hedge $155,019,340
2007 21 15.38% $1,502,551,245 218,394,065 $1,943,707,179 Shrek the Third $322,719,944
2008 17 16.44% $1,602,712,839 223,219,060 $1,986,649,634 Iron Man $318,412,101
2009 16 13.72% $1,460,075,602 194,676,748 $1,732,623,057 Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen $402,111,870
2010 18 16.48% $1,727,156,249 218,904,466 $1,948,249,747 Iron Man 2 $312,433,331
2011 23 19.31% $1,966,886,567 248,031,092 $2,207,476,719 Transformers: Dark of the Moon $352,390,543
2012 22 8.46% $933,804,998 117,312,174 $1,044,078,349 Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted $216,391,482
2013 16 9.18% $999,893,543 122,988,128 $1,094,594,339 Star Trek Into Darkness $228,778,661
2014 16 9.73% $1,007,439,212 123,309,565 $1,097,455,129 Transformers: Age of Extinction $245,439,076
2015 17 6.19% $699,155,047 82,936,534 $738,135,153 Mission: Impossible—Rogue Nation $195,042,377
2016 19 7.52% $843,742,749 97,542,505 $868,128,295 Star Trek Beyond $158,848,340
2017 15 4.92% $459,791,499 51,661,959 $459,791,435 Transformers: The Last Knight $130,168,683

Upcoming Releases

Release DateMovieGenreDomestic
Box Office
to Date
Trailer

October, 2017

October 27 Suburbicon (Wide) Black Comedy $5,775,178 Play

November, 2017

November 10 Daddy’s Home 2 (Wide) Comedy $54,027,166 Play

December, 2017

December 22 Downsizing (Wide) Comedy   Play

February, 2018

February 2 2018 Cloverfield Movie (Wide)    
2018 Cloverfield Movie (IMAX)    
 
February 23 Annihilation (Wide) Thriller/Suspense   Play

March, 2018

March 23 Action Point (Wide)    
Sherlock Gnomes (Wide) Adventure    

April, 2018

April 13 A Quiet Place (Wide)    

July, 2018

July 27 M:I6 — Mission Impossible (Wide) Action    

November, 2018

November 2 Untitled Paramount Event Film (Wide)    

December, 2018

December 21 Transformers 6 (Wide)    
 
 
During 2018 Book Club (Wide)    

January, 2019

January 4 Eli (Wide)    
 
January 11 What Men Want (Wide) Comedy    

February, 2019

February 22 The Rhythm Section (Wide) Thriller/Suspense    

March, 2019

March 15 Amusement Park (Wide) Adventure    

April, 2019

April 12 Untitled Tyler Perry Movie (Wide)    

June, 2019

June 28 Transformers 7 (Wide)    

July, 2019

July 26 Terminator 6 (Wide)    

August, 2019

August 2 The Spongebob Movie (Wide) Adventure    

October, 2019

October 4 Gemini Man (Wide) Action    

July, 2020

July 31 Untitled Paramount/Nickelodeon Film (Wide)    

Our Theatrical Market pages are based on the Domestic Theatrical Market performance only. The Domestic Market is defined as the North American movie territory (consisting of the United States, Canada, Puerto Rico and Guam).

The yearly amounts on our Theatrical Market pages are based on box office years. Each box office year starts on the first Monday of the year, so the previous year ends on the Sunday before the first Monday. For example, the "2017 box office year" started on January 2, 2017 so the "2016 box office year" ended on Sunday, January 1, 2017.

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