Some Expensive Movies in The History

If you prefer to stay active and passive and also want to spend a vacation at home with the family, be sure to diversify leisure viewing these spectacular blockbusters, each of which cost a fortune creators.

1. “Lone Ranger” (2013): 218 million Initial Budget: $ 215 million box office worldwide: 260, $ 5 million box office worldwide, adjusted for inflation: 264,200,000 USD * (* All budget estimates This list has been adjusted to reflect the current inflation).

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2. “Oz the Great and Powerful” (2013): 218 million
Initial Budget: $ 215 million
box office worldwide: U.S. $ 493.3 million
box office worldwide, adjusted for inflation: 500,300,000 USD

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3. “Troy” (2004): 218.9 million
Initial Budget: $ 175 million
box office worldwide: U.S. $ 497.4 million
box office worldwide, adjusted for inflation: $ 622 million

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4. “Quantum of Solace” (2008): U.S. $ 219.4 million
initial budget: $ 200 million
box office worldwide: U.S. $ 586.1 million
box office worldwide, adjusted for inflation: 643,100,000 USD

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5. “2012” (2009): U.S. $ 220.2 million
initial budget: $ 200 million
box office worldwide: U.S. $ 769.7 million
box office worldwide, adjusted for inflation: 847,500,000 USD

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6. “Terminator Salvation” (2009): U.S. $ 220.2 million
initial budget: $ 200 million
box office worldwide: U.S. $ 371.5 million
box office worldwide, adjusted for inflation: 408,900,000 USD

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7. “Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen” (2009): U.S. $ 220.2 million
initial budget: $ 200 million
box office worldwide: U.S. $ 836.3 million
box office worldwide, adjusted for inflation: 920,900,000 USD
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8. “The Avengers” (2012): U.S. $ 226.4 million
initial budget: $ 220 million
box office worldwide: $ 1.5 billion
box office worldwide, adjusted for inflation: 1.56 billion dollars

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9. “Man of Steel” (2013): U.S. $ 228.2 million
initial budget: $ 225 million
box office worldwide 668 million
box office worldwide, adjusted for inflation: 677,500,000 USD

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10. “Men in Black 3″ (2012): U.S. $ 231.5 million
initial budget: $ 225 million
box office worldwide: 624 million U.S.
box office worldwide, adjusted for inflation: 642 million dollars

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11. “Amazing Spider-Man” (2012): U.S. $ 236.7 million
initial budget: $ 230 million
box office worldwide: U.S. $ 752.2 million
box office worldwide, adjusted for inflation: 779,900,000 USD

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12. “Wild Wild West” (1999): U.S. $ 241.1 million
initial budget: $ 170 million
box office worldwide: U.S. $ 222.1 million
box office worldwide, adjusted for inflation: $ 315 million

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13. “Superman Returns” (2006): U.S. $ 244.9 million
initial budget: $ 209 million
box office worldwide: $ 391 million
box office worldwide, adjusted for inflation: 458,300,000 USD

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14. “X-Men: The Last Stand” (2006): U.S. $ 246.1 million
initial budget: $ 210 million
box office worldwide: U.S. $ 459.4 million
box office worldwide, adjusted for inflation: 538,300,000 USD

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15. “Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian” (2008): U.S. $ 246.9 million
initial budget: $ 225 million
box office worldwide: U.S. $ 419.7 million
box office worldwide, adjusted for inflation: 460,500,000 USD

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16. “Spider-Man 2″ (2004): U.S. $ 250.1 million
initial budget: $ 200 million
box office worldwide: U.S. $ 783.8 million
box office worldwide, adjusted for inflation: 980,300,000 USD

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17. “King Kong” (2005): U.S. $ 250.4 million
initial budget: $ 207 million
box office worldwide: U.S. $ 550.5 million
box office worldwide, adjusted for inflation: 665,900,000 USD

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18. “Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines” (2003): U.S. $ 256.8 million
initial budget: $ 200 million
box office worldwide: U.S. $ 433.4 million
box office worldwide, adjusted for inflation: 556,500,000 USD

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19. “John Carter” (2012): U.S. $ 257.2 million
initial budget: $ 250 million
box office worldwide: U.S. $ 284.1 million
box office worldwide, adjusted for inflation: 292,400,000 USD

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20. “Dark Knight Rises” (2012): U.S. $ 257.2 million
initial budget: $ 250 million
box office worldwide: U.S. $ 1.08 billion
box office worldwide, adjusted for inflation: $ 1.1 billion

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21. “The Hobbit” (2012): U.S. $ 257.2 million
initial budget: $ 250 million
box office worldwide: U.S. $ 1.02 billion
box office worldwide, adjusted for inflation: $ 1.05 bln

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22. “Avatar” (2009): $ 261 million
initial budget of 237 million dollars
World box office: $ 2.8 billion
box office worldwide, adjusted for inflation: $ 3.1 billion

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23. “Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest” (2006): U.S. $ 263.7 million
initial budget: $ 225 million
box office worldwide: $ 1 billion
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24. “Water World” (1995): U.S. $ 271.3 million
initial budget: $ 175 million
box office worldwide: U.S. $ 264.2 million
box office worldwide, adjusted for inflation: 409,600,000 USD

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25. “Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince” (2009): U.S. $ 275.3 million
initial budget: $ 250 million
box office worldwide: U.S. $ 934.4 million
box office worldwide, adjusted for inflation: $ 1 billion

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26. “Tangled” (2010): U.S. $ 281.7 million
initial budget: $ 260 million
box office worldwide: U.S. $ 590.7 million
box office worldwide, adjusted for inflation: 641.1 million dollars
People usually very surprised to learn that “Rapunzel” is among the most expensive films, because it is – an animated film. The reason for the high cost of the film in a complex mixture of traditional, hand-drawn animation from old movies (“The Lion King,” “Beauty and the Beast”), and computer graphics. This was done in order to give the film a kind of “classics of the 21st century.”
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27. “Spider-Man 3″ (2007): U.S. $ 293.9 million
initial budget: $ 260 million
box office worldwide: U.S. $ 590.7 million
box office worldwide, adjusted for inflation: 641,100,000 USD

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28. “Titanic” (1997): U.S. $ 294.3 million
initial budget: $ 260 million
box office worldwide: 1,843,201,268 dollars.
International box office with inflation: 2185372302

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29. “Cleopatra” (1963): U.S. $ 339.5 million
Initial Budget: $ 44 million
box office worldwide in 1963: U.S. $ 57.8 million
box office worldwide, adjusted for inflation: 445,800,000 USD

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30. “Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End” (2007): U.S. $ 341.8 million
initial budget: $ 300 million
box office worldwide: U.S. $ 963.4 million
box office worldwide, adjusted for inflation: $ 1.1 billion .

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