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Box Office History for MGM

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 Hannibal Feb 9, 2001 Horror R $165,092,266 $259,597,372
2 The Birdcage Mar 8, 1996 Comedy R $124,060,553 $249,805,182
3 Die Another Day Nov 22, 2002 Action PG-13 $160,942,139 $246,137,074
4 Tomorrow Never Dies Dec 19, 1997 Action PG-13 $125,304,276 $241,605,719
5 The World is Not Enough Nov 19, 1999 Action PG-13 $126,930,660 $221,466,238
6 Goldeneye Nov 17, 1995 Action PG-13 $106,429,941 $217,339,495
7 Legally Blonde Jul 13, 2001 Comedy PG-13 $96,493,426 $151,729,941
8 Get Shorty Oct 20, 1995 Comedy R $72,021,008 $147,257,602
9 Legally Blonde 2: Red, White & Blonde Jul 2, 2003 Comedy PG-13 $90,639,088 $133,779,077
10 Species Jul 7, 1995 Action R $60,054,449 $122,870,018
11 The Thomas Crown Affair Aug 6, 1999 Drama R $69,304,264 $121,416,675
12 Barbershop Sep 13, 2002 Comedy PG-13 $75,781,642 $116,054,585
13 The Man in the Iron Mask Mar 13, 1998 Adventure PG-13 $56,968,169 $108,105,906
14 Rocky Balboa Dec 20, 2006 Drama PG $70,269,899 $94,025,937
15 Barbershop 2: Back in Business Feb 6, 2004 Comedy PG-13 $65,070,412 $93,257,110
16 1408 Jun 22, 2007 Horror R $71,985,628 $93,120,940
17 Stigmata Sep 10, 1999 Horror R $50,041,732 $87,668,818
18 Ronin Sep 25, 1998 Action R $41,610,884 $78,950,182
19 Be Cool Mar 4, 2005 Comedy PG-13 $55,849,401 $77,544,410
20 Halloween Aug 31, 2007 Horror R $58,269,151 $75,377,242
21 Agent Cody Banks Mar 14, 2003 Adventure PG $47,545,060 $70,174,293
22 Walking Tall Apr 2, 2004 Action PG-13 $46,213,824 $66,232,367
23 Bandits Oct 12, 2001 Comedy PG-13 $41,523,271 $65,289,172
24 Leaving Las Vegas Oct 27, 1995 Drama R $31,983,777 $64,491,314
25 Rob Roy Apr 7, 1995 Drama R $31,390,587 $64,224,411
Complete List

Year by Year Market Share

YearMovies in
Release
Market
Share
GrossTickets SoldInflation-
Adjusted
Gross
Top-Grossing MovieGross that Year
1995 19 6.27% $333,155,248 76,587,403 $681,627,887 Goldeneye $93,662,146
1996 19 5.05% $292,208,554 66,110,524 $588,383,664 The Birdcage $124,060,553
1997 12 2.68% $170,632,351 37,174,799 $330,855,711 Tomorrow Never Dies $92,433,154
1998 16 2.73% $184,693,042 39,380,173 $350,483,540 The Man in the Iron Mask $56,968,169
1999 14 4.22% $310,129,710 61,049,148 $543,337,417 The World is Not Enough $117,877,025
2000 12 1.38% $104,302,941 19,351,189 $172,225,582 Autumn in New York $37,752,931
2001 13 5.40% $448,117,950 79,172,777 $704,637,715 Hannibal $165,092,266
2002 22 4.02% $368,388,691 63,405,959 $564,313,035 Die Another Day $153,770,825
2003 21 3.94% $362,548,689 60,124,150 $535,104,935 Legally Blonde 2: Red, White & Blonde $90,639,088
2004 18 2.13% $197,551,425 31,811,816 $283,125,162 Barbershop 2: Back in Business $65,070,412
2005 8 1.31% $115,930,367 18,085,857 $160,964,127 Be Cool $55,849,401
2006 12 1.82% $166,906,975 25,481,975 $226,789,578 Rocky Balboa $47,940,632
2007 22 2.85% $278,516,719 40,482,071 $360,290,432 1408 $71,985,628
2008 13 1.07% $103,845,721 14,463,190 $128,722,391 Superhero Movie $25,874,034
2009 5 0.22% $22,997,234 3,066,296 $27,290,034 Fame $22,455,510
2010 2 0.47% $50,280,537 6,372,691 $56,716,950 Hot Tub Time Machine $50,269,859
2011 1 0.00% $3,244 409 $3,640 Mississippi Mermaid $3,244

Upcoming Releases

Release DateMovieGenreDomestic
Box Office
to Date
Trailer

February, 2018

February 23 Every Day (Limited) Drama    

August, 2018

August 10 Nasty Women (Wide) Comedy    

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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