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Box Office History for Paramount Vantage

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 There Will Be Blood Dec 26, 2007 Drama R $40,222,514 $49,881,065
2 Babel Oct 27, 2006 Drama R $34,302,837 $45,666,381
3 Defiance Jan 16, 2009 Drama R $28,644,813 $33,753,784
4 An Inconvenient Truth May 24, 2006 Documentary PG $24,146,161 $32,809,280
5 Hustle & Flow Jul 22, 2005 Drama R $22,202,809 $30,827,606
6 Revolutionary Road Dec 26, 2008 Drama R $22,911,480 $27,308,342
7 Into the Wild Sep 21, 2007 Drama R $18,354,356 $23,673,279
8 The Kite Runner Dec 14, 2007 Drama PG-13 $15,800,078 $19,932,449
9 The Gift Dec 19, 2000 Thriller/Suspense R $12,008,642 $18,886,263
10 The Goods: Live Hard, Sell Hard Aug 14, 2009 Comedy R $15,122,676 $17,945,577
11 The Duchess Sep 19, 2008 Drama PG-13 $13,848,978 $17,166,560
12 Case 39 Oct 1, 2010 Horror R $13,261,851 $14,959,503
13 You Can Count on Me Nov 10, 2000 Drama R $9,180,275 $14,735,944
14 Black Snake Moan Mar 2, 2007 Drama R $9,396,870 $12,155,834
15 A Mighty Heart Jun 22, 2007 Drama R $9,176,787 $11,871,132
16 Mad Hot Ballroom May 13, 2005 Documentary PG $8,117,961 $11,271,423
17 How She Move Jan 25, 2008 Drama PG-13 $7,070,641 $8,764,444
18 Sunshine Dec 17, 1999 Drama R $5,095,981 $8,422,106
19 Strange Wilderness Feb 1, 2008 Comedy R $6,575,282 $8,150,415
20 The Virgin Suicides Apr 21, 2000 Black Comedy R $4,859,475 $8,023,991
21 Waiting for Superman Sep 24, 2010 Documentary PG $6,417,135 $7,238,593
22 Shine a Light Apr 4, 2008 Documentary R $5,505,267 $6,824,075
23 Mostly Martha (Drei Sterne) Aug 16, 2002 Comedy PG $4,160,475 $6,372,008
24 Jeff, Who Lives at Home Mar 16, 2012 Comedy R $4,269,426 $4,773,604
25 The Sidewalks of New York Nov 21, 2001 Comedy R $2,402,459 $3,775,318
Complete List

Year by Year Market Share

YearMovies in
Release
Market
Share
GrossTickets SoldInflation-
Adjusted
Gross
Top-Grossing MovieGross that Year
1999 4 0.02% $1,356,114 266,950 $2,375,855 Bure baruta $1,152,411
2000 6 0.21% $16,171,312 3,000,241 $26,702,145 Sunshine $4,969,834
2001 9 0.27% $22,742,139 4,018,042 $35,760,574 The Gift $11,965,167
2002 8 0.06% $5,716,567 983,914 $8,756,835 Mostly Martha (Drei Sterne) $4,139,417
2003 5 0.05% $4,732,151 784,766 $6,984,417 L'homme du train $2,541,320
2004 9 0.07% $6,301,005 1,014,650 $9,030,385 Confidences trop intimes $2,106,677
2005 8 0.37% $32,527,569 5,074,499 $45,163,041 Hustle & Flow $22,202,809
2006 5 0.50% $46,190,202 7,051,936 $62,762,230 An Inconvenient Truth $24,146,161
2007 9 0.63% $61,105,917 8,881,671 $79,046,872 Into the Wild $17,059,109
2008 12 0.90% $87,993,629 12,255,378 $109,072,864 There Will Be Blood $39,795,491
2009 5 0.61% $65,267,365 8,702,315 $77,450,604 Defiance $28,444,199
2010 3 0.19% $20,433,287 2,589,770 $23,048,953 Case 39 $13,261,851
2012 2 0.04% $4,686,312 588,732 $5,239,715 Jeff, Who Lives at Home $4,269,426
2013 1 0.00% $193,906 23,850 $212,265 Not Fade Away $193,906
2017 1 0.04% $3,496,795 392,898 $3,496,792 An Inconvenient Sequel $3,496,795

Upcoming Releases

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Box Office
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Trailer

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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