The Top 10 highest-grossing films of 2013 revealed

Iron Man 3 comes out on top

Iron Man's latest big-screen outing is officially the highest-grossing film of 2013.

Now that the year's coming to a close, the official top 10 money-spinners of 2013 have been announced, and somewhat predictably Iron Man 3 tops the list with its $1.2bn haul.

Nipping at Tony Stark's heels are the minions of Despicable Me 2 ($918.4m) in second, with Fast & Furious 6($788.7m) in third and Monsters University scaring up an impressive $743.6m in fourth.

Here's the full top 10:

1. Iron Man 3 - $1.2bn

2. Despicable Me 2 - $918.4m


3. Fast & Furious 6 - $788.7m


4. Monsters University - $743.6m

5. The Hunger Games: Catching Fire - $738.3m

6. Man Of Steel - $662.8m

7. Gravity - $642.5m

8. Thor: The Dark World - $621.6m

9. The Croods - $587.2m

10. World War Z - $540m

 

As for the Total Film Top 10 list of the year, why, you can watch our handy rundown video right here... 

Did Iron Man 3 deserve the top spot? Tell us below...

Comments

    • LukeSween

      Dec 23rd 2013, 15:40

      Surely Catching fire is going to move up that list at least a place or two before the end of the calendar year.

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    • Ali1748

      Dec 23rd 2013, 15:57

      I really hate Iron Man 3 >:-(

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    • AlfredsDream098

      Dec 23rd 2013, 17:53

      Revealed? It's not like this information is available anywhere else on the web right? Plus there is going to be shifts still way after 2013 so this list is pointless.

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    • jacobfinlay

      Dec 24th 2013, 1:14

      @LukeSween I think it's unlikely as catching fire has already been out a month and all the few showings (which are only in big cinemas) are on the smallest screens so I think the hype has definitely gone

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    • mercuryqiqi

      Dec 24th 2013, 4:03

      Good post!

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    • LukeSween

      Dec 24th 2013, 8:28

      @jacobfinlay given it took over $8million domestically last weekend and Box office mojo thinks it will take another $20+ million before the end of its run it is highly likely, almost inevitable it will go up at least one place in the next week.

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