Iron Man 3 Is Highest-Grossing Movie of 2013 With $1.2 Billion: See What Else Made the List!

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Tony Stark rules them all!
Robert Downey Jr. and Gwyneth Paltrow ‘s superhero flick Iron Man 3 is officially the highest-grossing movie of 2013. So just how much dough did the third installment in the Iron Man franchise rake in?
Domestically, Iron Man 3 , which hit theaters May 3, brought in just over $409 million at the box office (according to Digital Spy ). And internationally, the flick raked in a whopping $806 million! That means that Iron Man 3 grossed $1.2 billion globally!
Despicable Me 2 came in second on the list of highest-grossing films of 2013 with a staggering $918,573,535, followed by Fast & Furious 6 with $788,679,850 in profits. The Hunger Games: Catching Fire earned $771,484,011, Monsters University grossed $743,559,607 and Man of Steel banked $662,845,518, coming in sixth.

Here’s what other movies made the top 20 list:
7. Gravity : $652,394,288
8. Thor: The Dark World : $627,858,622
9. The Croods : $587,204,668
10. World War Z : $540,007,876
11. Oz the Great and Powerful : $493,311,825
12. Star Trek Into Darkness : $467,365,246
13. The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug: $426,244,000
14. The Wolverine : $414,828,246
15. Pacific Rim: $407,602,906
16. GI Joe: Retaliation : $375,740,705
17. Frozen: $363,012,773
18. Now You See Me: $351,723,989
19. The Hangover Part III : $351,000,072
20. The Great Gatsby: $348,840,419

In other 2013 movie news, The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey was the years most pirated film, followed by Django Unchained and Fast & Furious 6 .

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2 responses to “Iron Man 3 Is Highest-Grossing Movie of 2013 With $1.2 Billion: See What Else Made the List!

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