Star Wars is back in theaters, and after a fun but uninnovative Episode VII, everyone we expected a lot from this sequel. However, opinion was totally divided with this film. Some love it, and others hate it deeply. Ryan Johnson it turned Star Wars into a kind of Star Trek, demolishing everything wrought in the previous JJ Abrams film and paving the way for the last episode of the trilogy to be a failure -indeed, it was. Despite being the ninth-highest-grossing film in Disney history, the Mickey Mouse were not entirely satisfied with the collection. We imagine that, because they knew that the next film would give or yes a bump at the box office, with a JJ that they recovered too late. In any case, if you liked the film, be grateful to be one of the select club of lucky people who did not feel cheated on that fateful December 8, 2017.
Black Panther (2018) (1.37 billion)
Against all odds, but in the wake of the success of Captain America: Civil Warthe new king of wakanda became a hit at the box office surpassing the collection of Frozen and the last jedi. The historic context did some of the work, too, making Black Panther the first superhero movie in history to receive a Best Picture nomination. He had 7 nominations in total, and he took 3 statuettes. Ryan Coogler and Kevin Feige already decided that they will not give continuity to the characterwell, the real misfortune of this superhero is that we will never be able to see him played by Chadwick Bosemanwhom we lost a couple of years after the film was released.
Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015) (1.40 billion)
The second installment of The Avengers was the next film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe after Guardians of the Galaxy. The movie was at the time the second most expensive production in historyeven though infinity war and end game would exceed the monstrous budget of Age of Ultron A few years later.
Frozen 2 (2019) (1.45 billion)
When Disney finds a hit, they don’t hesitate to exploit it. And although the sequel to Frozen It took 6 years to arrive, the wait was worth it. In fiction only three years have passed, and Elsa, Anna, Kristoff, Olaf and Steven are encouraged to leave behind the lands of Arendelle to investigate a curious call to Elsa. If it is not the highest grossing animated film in history, it is because The Lion Kingalso from Disney, and again, also a musical, it came out that same year.
The Avengers (2012) (1.52 billion)
In 2008, Iron Man had an outstanding result, so Marvel Studios decided to try their luck with The Avengers. In this first film, Nick Furydirector of SHIELD, joins forces with Tony Stark, Steve Rogers, Bruce Bammer and Thor to prevent the latter’s brother, Lokitake control of planet Earth.
Was the first Marvel movie to break the $1 billion gross a limit that from then on, they would exceed with great ease. This first installment of The Avengers had Oscar nominations and also to the BAFTAs, although it did not win any prize.
The Lion King (2019) (1.67 billion)
If it weren’t for the animals talking and the movie being a musical, we might have come to believe that The Lion King It’s a BBC documentary. The animation has a before and after this filmwhich exceeds the photorealism that we had seen a few years earlier in The life of Pi. The film is still a remake of the 1994 versionwith multiple elements of Hamlet, but with a quality that is even scary. Although it may seem untrue, did not win the Oscar for Best Visual Effects, Well, he had the misfortune to share a year with the film. 1917.
Avengers: Infinity War (2018) (2.04 billion)
The third part of The Avengers arrived in 2018, and continues right after the events of Thor: Ragnarök. we are presented Thanos, a villain, who, in this case, is the protagonist, and who is collecting the gems of infinity. During a good part of the film, the character threatens and fights to get hold of all of them, killing everyone who gets in his way. If you want to see a movie where the bad guys win, here’s one. Although for winners, those of Walt Disney, who made this film the fifth most successful in history.
Star Wars: Episode VII The Force Awakens (2015) (2.07 billion)
When a group like Disney takes over lucasfilmYou know they have big plans on their hands. After the acquisition, the group wasted no time in announcing that Star Wars would return to the big screen. For a long time, we were bombarded with many trailers, all designed to stir the nostalgia that we carry inside, and in all of us, subtly camouflaging that the protagonist, in this case, would be female.
Many were cold with this film, because they considered that the original films had been thrown in excess, and they made that more than a sequel, this new trilogy had tints of reboot. Others simply did not understand how Disney could place a villain as absurd as Kylo Ren. However, the movie was entertaining and we were all left wanting more. The unknown who was King, the character played by Daisy Ridley flooded Internet forums with thousands of theories. And the soundtrack of our dearest John Williams It was without a doubt the best part of the film. The move went very well for Disney, as it became the highest grossing Star Wars movie of all.
Avengers: Endgame (2019) (2.8 billion)
Luckily for the fans of the saga, we only had to wait a year from infinity war until end gamewhich, by the way, was originally going to be called Avengers: Infinity War 2. It was shot alongside its predecessor, and became the second most expensive movie in historysecond only to Pirates of the Caribbean: Sailing in mysterious waters (2011).
in solo 11 days, endgame had tied at the box office with infinity war. Where were the people who had disappeared after Thanos’ snap? How were the remaining superheroes going to stop him? Will the disappeared return? We have no doubt that people rushed to the movies to get the answers and not get some good spoilers, making Endgame in Disney’s biggest hit in historyand the second highest grossing film of all time behind Avatarwhich he did not surpass by just 50 million dollars.