Every once in a while, a film gets made that reaches such a popularity that it breaks some sort of grossing record. There have been many such films throughout the years, yet a few of them stand out for grossing even more than even the most optimist of its producers could have ever imagined.
Of course, studios always have a profit margin in mind when financing a project, but they cannot possibly know for sure whether or not the film will be a massive hit or not.
Still, the fact that some of the highest grossing movies of all times cashed-in more than 1 billion dollars is reason enough for movie studios to keep financing these big-budget projects. Without further ado, here are the 10 highest grossing films of all time.
Sadly for some, Skyfall is the only film from the much loved ‘James Bond franchise’ that makes it onto this list. The film that cost $200 million to produce was directed by Sam Mendes and written by John Logan Neal and Purvis Robert Wade. The film grossed $1,108,561,031 in worldwide sales since its release in 2012.