Most Profitable Movies of 2017

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    ‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi’ Leads Franchise-Filled Blockbuster Tournament: The Data Behind The Dollars

    Deadline’s Top 10 of 2017


    Rank | Movie | (Studio) | Net Profit

    1. Star Wars: The Last Jedi (DIS/Lucasfilm) – $417.5M
    2. Beauty and the Beast (DIS) – $414.7M
    3. Despicable Me 3 (Illumination/UNI) – $366.2M
    4. Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle (SONY) – $305.7M
    5. It (New Line/WB) – $293.7M
    6. Wonder Woman (WB/DC) – $252.9M
    7. Spider-Man: Homecoming (SONY/Marvel) – $200.1M
    8. Thor: Ragnarok (DIS/Marvel) – $174.2M
    9. Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 (DIS/Marvel) – $154.7M
    10. Get Out (UNI/Blumhouse) – $124.3M
    HONORABLE MENTION: Annabelle: Creation (NL/WB) – $108.7M, Split (UNI/Blumhouse) – $68.2M, Girls Trip (UNI) – $66.1M, Wonder (Lionsgate/Participant) – $55.2M, Baby Driver (Sony/MRC/Working Title) – $51.5M.

    TOP FIVE BIG BOMBS: King Arthur: Legend of the Sword (WB/Village Roadshow) – ($153.2M); Monster Trucks (PAR) – ($123.1M); The Promise (Survival Pictures/Open Road) – ($102.1M); The Great Wall (Legendary/UNI) – ($74.5M); Geostorm (WB/Skydance) – ($71.6M)

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