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What Were The Top Movies In 2013?

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2013 was the biggest year at the domestic box office. So with a record year for movies, let’s see what films did the best.

Did you go to the theaters this past year? I did not, but I’ve got my entertainment equipment ready at home.

Perhaps you saw some of these. If not, here’s a list for your DVD selections in the near future.

Here are the top 30 grossing movies in 2013:

  1. Iron Man 3, $409 million
  2. The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, $393.4 million
  3. Despicable Me 2, $367.7 million
  4. Man of Steel, $291 million
  5. Monsters University, $268.4 million
  6. Frozen, $263 million
  7. Gravity, $254.5 million
  8. Fast & Furious 6, $238.6 million
  9. Oz The Great and Powerful, $234.9 million
  10. Star Trek Into Darkness, $228.7 million
  11. Thor: The Dark World, $202.5 million
  12. World War Z, $202.3 million
  13. The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug, $201.5 million
  14. The Croods, $187.1 million
  15. The Heat, $159.5 million
  16. We’re the Millers, $150.3 million
  17. The Great Gatsby, $144.8 million
  18. The Conjuring, $137.4 million
  19. Identity Thief, $134.5 million
  20. Grown Ups 2, $133.6 million
  21. The Wolverine, $132.5 million
  22. G.I. Joe: Retaliation, $122.5 million
  23. Now You See Me, $117.7 million
  24. Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2, $116.5 million
  25. Lee Daniels’ The Butler, $116.1 million
  26. The Hangover Part III, $112.2 million
  27. Epic, $107.5 million
  28. Captain Phillips, $104.2 million
  29. Pacific Rim, $101.8 million
  30. This is the End, $101.4 million

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