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Box Office History for Western

Ticket Sales and Market Share by Year

Note: Figures for 2018 are at an annualized rate.

Top-Grossing Movies 1995-2018, Adjusted for Ticket Price Inflation

RankMovieRelease
Date
DistributorMPAA
Rating
Total GrossInflation-Adjusted
Gross
1 True Grit Dec 22, 2010 Paramount Pictures PG-13 $171,243,005 $194,198,123
2 Django Unchained Dec 25, 2012 Weinstein Co. R $162,805,434 $182,130,970
3 The Lone Ranger Jul 2, 2013 Walt Disney PG-13 $89,302,115 $98,528,893
4 Hidalgo Mar 5, 2004 Walt Disney PG-13 $67,286,731 $97,191,941
5 The Magnificent Seven Sep 23, 2016 Sony Pictures PG-13 $93,432,655 $96,888,666
6 Shanghai Noon May 26, 2000 Walt Disney PG-13 $56,932,305 $94,746,334
7 Open Range Aug 15, 2003 Walt Disney R $58,331,254 $86,771,367
8 3:10 to Yuma Sep 7, 2007 Lionsgate R $53,606,916 $69,891,567
9 The Hateful Eight Dec 25, 2015 Weinstein Co. R $54,117,416 $56,905,501
10 The Dark Tower Aug 4, 2017 Sony Pictures PG-13 $50,701,325 $50,701,328
11 The Missing Nov 26, 2003 Sony Pictures R $26,900,336 $39,982,349
12 The Quick and the Dead Feb 10, 1995 Sony Pictures R $18,552,460 $38,256,449
13 The Alamo Apr 9, 2004 Walt Disney PG-13 $22,406,362 $32,364,738
14 Hostiles Dec 22, 2017 Entertainment Studios Motion Pictures R $29,819,114 $29,819,114
15 Hell or High Water Aug 12, 2016 Lionsgate R $27,007,844 $28,006,977
16 Appaloosa Sep 19, 2008 Warner Bros. R $20,211,394 $25,243,195
17 All the Pretty Horses Dec 22, 2000 Miramax PG-13 $15,527,125 $25,214,033
18 American Outlaws Aug 17, 2001 Warner Bros. PG-13 $13,264,986 $21,022,424
19 Tall Tale Mar 24, 1995 Walt Disney PG $8,247,627 $17,007,174
20 Last of the Dogmen Sep 8, 1995 Savoy PG $7,008,542 $14,452,096
21 The Beguiled Jun 23, 2017 Focus Features R $10,576,669 $10,576,669
22 The Warrior's Way Dec 3, 2010 Relativity R $5,666,340 $6,441,393
23 The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford Sep 21, 2007 Warner Bros. R $3,909,149 $5,095,005
24 Wild Bill Dec 1, 1995 MGM R $2,169,373 $4,473,393
25 The Homesman Nov 14, 2014 Roadside Attractions R $2,429,989 $2,662,601
Complete List

Year by Year Market Share

YearMovies in
Release
Market
Share
GrossTickets SoldInflation-
Adjusted
Gross
Top-Grossing MovieGross that Year
1995 5 0.69% $36,487,426 8,387,912 $75,239,571 The Quick and the Dead $18,552,460
1996 2 0.02% $1,118,960 253,157 $2,270,818 Dead Man $1,025,488
1999 1 0.01% $491,069 96,667 $867,103 Ride With the Devil $491,069
2000 4 0.86% $64,719,710 12,007,366 $107,706,073 Shanghai Noon $56,932,305
2001 4 0.27% $22,389,813 3,955,796 $35,483,490 American Outlaws $13,264,986
2003 2 0.92% $84,453,058 14,005,482 $125,629,174 Open Range $58,331,254
2004 4 0.97% $90,475,689 14,569,352 $130,687,087 Hidalgo $67,286,731
2005 1 0.00% $14,873 2,320 $20,810 Major Dundee $14,873
2006 2 0.01% $584,825 89,285 $800,886 Down in the Valley $568,932
2007 4 0.59% $57,964,064 8,425,007 $75,572,313 3:10 to Yuma $53,606,916
2008 4 0.21% $20,317,697 2,829,762 $25,382,965 Appaloosa $20,080,574
2009 2 0.00% $169,906 22,654 $203,206 Appaloosa $130,820
2010 3 0.88% $92,697,737 11,748,762 $105,386,395 True Grit $86,670,382
2011 2 0.83% $84,669,662 10,677,132 $95,773,874 True Grit $84,572,623
2012 2 0.95% $106,297,399 13,353,944 $119,784,878 Django Unchained $106,280,122
2013 4 1.34% $145,859,175 17,940,856 $160,929,478 The Lone Ranger $89,302,115
2014 2 0.02% $2,323,054 284,339 $2,550,521 The Homesman $2,272,797
2015 6 0.27% $29,521,197 3,501,919 $31,412,213 The Hateful Eight $29,045,855
2016 7 1.31% $147,170,965 17,013,981 $152,615,410 The Magnificent Seven $93,420,253
2017 8 0.56% $61,575,125 6,864,560 $61,575,103 The Dark Tower $50,701,325
2018 3 0.54% $29,860,690 3,328,950 $29,860,682 Hostiles $29,733,369

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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