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Global Grosses by Studio

Worldwide revenue soared past


billion,
but Warner Bros., Fox, Paramount
and Sony lagged behind Universal and Disney
DOMESTIC

INTERNATIONAL

FILMS RELEASED

Universal

Disney

Warner Bros.

Fox

Paramount

Sony

10

TOTAL

WORLDWIDE GROSS

Jurassic World*

The reboot
has become the

Universal

June 12

$643M

$994.1M

39%

$125M/$208.8M

$1.64B

Avengers: Age of Ultron

Disney/Marvel

May 1

$457.7M

$943.8M

33%

$200M/$191.2M

$1.4B

Minions*

Universal

July 10

$324.8M

$695.1M

32%

$100M/$115.7M

$1.02B

Inside Out*

all time after


scoring the
biggest opening
of all time
domestically
and
internationally.

Disney/Pixar

June 19

$344.5M

$371.1M

48%

$60M/$90.4M

$715.6M

Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation*

Paramount

July 31

$170.2M

$309M

36%

$40M/$52M

$479.2M

San Andreas

Warner Bros.

May 29

$154.2M

$315.3M

33%

$40M/$54.6M

$469.5M

Terminator: Genisys*

Paramount

July 1

$89.4M

$320.1M

22%

$55M/$42.5M

$409.5M

Mad Max: Fury Road

Warner Bros.

May 15

$153M

$221.1M

41%

$40M/$45.4M

$374.1M

Ant-Man*

Disney/Marvel

July 17

$169.2M

$199.8M

46%

$60M/$57.2M

$369M

10

Pitch Perfect 2

Universal

May 15

$183.8M

$101.4M

64%

$40M/$69.2M

$285.2M

11

Spy

Fox

June 5

$110.3M

$125.4M

47%

$30M/$29.1M

$235.7M

12

Tomorrowland

Disney

May 22

$93.2M

$115.2M

45%

$50M/$42.7M

$208.4M

13

Pixels*

Sony

July 24

$71M

$114.8M

38%

$25M/$24M

$185.8M

14

Ted 2

Universal

June 26

$81.3M

$98.3M

45%

$50M/$33.5M

$179.6M

15

Fantastic Four*

Fox

Aug. 7

$52.7M

$93.9M

36%

$50M/$25.7M

$146.6M

16

Straight Outta Compton*

Universal

Aug. 14

$134M

$6.7M

95%

$40M/$60.2M

$140.7M

17

Trainwreck

Universal

July 17

$105.1M

$23.9M

81%

$20M/$30.1M

$129M

18

Magic Mike XXL

Warner Bros.

July 1

$65.9M

$51.8M

56%

$47M/$27.9M

$117.7M

19

Insidious: Chapter 3

Focus

June 5

$52.2M

$57.3M

48%

$25M/$22.7M

$109.5M

20

Poltergeist

Fox

May 22

$47.4M

$48.2M

50%

$34M/$22.6M

$95.6M

The sequel
belongs to a
sorority of female
films hitting it
big, including Spy
and Trainwreck.

Conversely,
several R-rated
male comedies
tanked, including
and
Magic Mike XXL.

TOTAL

$2.35B

TOTAL

$1.35B

TOTAL

$905M

TOTAL

$890M

TOTAL

$385M

$233M
$152M

PROJECTED FIRST
WEEKEND ACTUAL

$261M

DOMESTIC %
OF TOTAL

$629M

OVERSEAS GROSS

$310M

DOMESTIC GROSS

$595M

RELEASE
DATE

$746M
$606M

STUDIO

$1.08B

TITLE

Sony had hoped to launch


a franchise with Pixels, but
that doesnt seem
likely. The wild card? China,
where the film opens
in mid-September. China
can make all the difference
for a Hollywood title, as
evidenced by Terminator:
Genisys, which has zoomed
past the
million
mark globally after flopping
with
million in the U.S.

$1.27B

RANK

$1.51B

$2.09B

$3.6B

Source: Boxofficemojo

Domestic revenue

$4.4B
$4.1B
7.3%
Theres a chance summer
revenue could end closer to
billion through Labor Day.

Summer attendance
Summer

Summer

The
difference

530M
495M
7.1%
Year-to-date, admissions are
hit a two-decade low.