Highest Grossing Films of 2007

December 26, 2007 By:
Highest Grossing Films of 2007

Yahoo.com has comprised a list of the top ten grossing films of 2007 and Spider-Man 3 takes the top spot grossing a grand total of $336,530,303. Here's the list via Yahoo.

1. Spider-Man 3

Total Gross: $336,530,303

Spidey's third spin shattered the wall-crawler's own previous box office records, grabbing the biggest opening weekend of all time.

2. Shrek the Third

Total Gross: $321,012,359

The green one returned to reclaim his crown, drawing the largest opening weekend crowd ever for an animated movie.

3. Transformers

Total Gross: $319,071,806

Autobots and Decepticons waged battle to break out as the biggest non-sequel moneymaker of the year. Naturally, a sequel is in the works.

4. Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End

Total Gross: $309,420,425

The third Pirate installment looted less box office booty than last year's "Dead Man's Chest," but still plundered the highest worldwide gross of 2007.

5. Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix

Total Gross: $292,004,738

Harry Potter's fifth year at Hogwarts made the series one of the most-sucessful movie franchises of all time -- second only to Star Wars.

6. The Bourne Ultimatum

Total Gross: $227,471,070

Matt Damon's third turn as Jason Bourne beat out James Bond, Mission: Impossible and Austin Powers as the top spy movie of all time.

7. 300

Total Gross: $210,614,939

In a bulging battlefield of sequels, the mighty Spartans held their own, conquering the box office with the biggest spring opening ever.

8. Ratatouille

Total Gross: $206,445,654

While not standing quite as tall Pixar's previous features, this rat tale still cooked up big numbers as the biggest G-rated movie of the year.

9. The Simpsons Movie

Total Gross: $183,132,370

Propelled by a devoted fan base, TV's favorite family landed in the top 10 -- a 2-D powerhouse in a sea of computer-generated spectacles.

10. Wild Hogs

Total Gross: $168,273,550

Defying all expectations, this biker comedy managed to beat out big franchises like "Die Hard," "Rush Hour" and "Fantastic Four."