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Top 10 Highest grossing movies 2015

, / March 11, 2016

Top 10 Highest grossing movies 2015
1: Star Wars: The Force Awakens

Worldwide gross: $2,052,788,515

Thirty years after Darth Vader’s death Luke Skywalker disappear after having felt responsibility that the dark side once again has taken the power. Both the Resistance and the dark side, however, realize how important the last Jedi Master may be to end the constant power struggle. Clues to where Luke has disappeared is found in a BB8 droid who by chance end up with a young scrap dealer and a deserted stormtrooper.
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2: Jurassic World

$1,670,400,637
Twenty-two years after the events of Jurassic Park they now have a fully functional amusement park on Isla Nublar completely according to John Hammond’s vision. After many successful years, the park’s visitor numbers started to decline, and a new attraction is introduced in the hope of reviving the park again.

3: Furious 7

$1,516,045,911

Dominic Toretto and Brian O’Conner living a quiet life after having retired from crime. But it soon appears that the danger is not over when Deckard Shaw makes his entrance to avenge his brother’s death.

4: Avengers: Age of Ultron

$1,405,413,868

When Tony Stark is trying to start a peacekeeping programs, it is going wrong. Earth’s future is threatened and Iron Man, Captain America, Thor, Hulk, Black Widow and Hawkeye are all put to the test. When the evil Ultron emerges, it is up to the members of the Avengers to stop him from putting his plans into action, leading to an epic, unique and worldwide adventure.

5: Minions

$1,159,398,397

The story of the Minions begins at the dawn of time. As the yellow Minions organisms begin to evolve, constantly on the lookout to serve the most evil masters, from dinosaurs to Napoleon. But after constant failures Minions isolate themselves and fall into a deep depression. Until one of the Minions named Kevin presents a plan, and along with Stuart and Bob go out into the world to find a new evil boss.

6: Spectre

$879,545,101

A cryptic message from Bond’s past leads him to track down an evil organization. While M struggle against political forces to keep the secret intelligence service alive, Bond reveals the awful truth behind SPECTRE, piece by piece.

7: Inside Out

$856,809,711

Riley and her family move from his hometown in Minnesota to San Francisco and Riley have to leave all her friends and her old life – but neither thrive in the new town or in the new school.

8: Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation

$682,330,139

Rogue Nation is the fifth film with Tom Cruise in the role of agent Ethan Hunt who works for the agency IMF, the Impossible Mission Force. This time, he fights against an international crime syndicate that recruits defected agents from various regimes around the world.

9: The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2

$652,955,370

After becoming a symbol of discontent in Panems district Katniss Everdeen and the thirteenth district start a full-scale revolution against the autocratic capital.

10: The Martian

$627,056,153

Astronaut Mark Watney gets left behind on Mars by the remaining crew who believe he died after a heavy storm. Left alone, he must with his intelligence and strength find a way to survive on the little food he has, and signal-to-earth that he lives. Millions mil away NASA scientists are working around the clock to find a way to get him home and with a dangerous rescue plan.


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