Top 10 Hollywood Box Office Hits of 2007

Yahoo! Movies has a list of the top ten movies that made major bank at the U.S. box office in the year 2007. To no one’s surprise, “Spider-Man 3″ nailed the #1 spot with a $336 million dollar take, followed closely by “Shrek 3″ with $321 million. My personal favorite movie that made it on the list, “Transformers”, came in third with $319 million.

Here’s the full Top 10 list (via):

# 1.Spider-Man 3 —– Total Gross: $336,530,303

# 2.Shrek the Third —– Total Gross: $321,012,359

# 3.Transformers —– Total Gross: $319,071,806

# 4.Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End —– Total Gross: $309,420,425

# 5.Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix —– Total Gross: $292,004,738

# 6.The Bourne Ultimatum —– Total Gross: $227,471,070

# 7.300 —– Total Gross: $210,614,939

# 8.Ratatouille —– Total Gross: $206,445,654

# 9.The Simpsons Movie —– Total Gross: $183,132,370

# 10.Wild Hogs —– Total Gross: $168,273,550

Top 10 Hollywood Box Office Hits of 2007



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  • http://www.myspace.com/hulksmashnow B.L. Wooldridge

    “Transformers” was my favorite of the year, too. I had a lot of expectations for that movie after being a fan for over twenty years, and it met and exceeded all of them. I’m glad it was successful, and it was quite a bargain, only costing around $150 million to produce!

  • http://www.myspace.com/hulksmashnow B.L. Wooldridge

    “Transformers” was my favorite of the year, too. I had a lot of expectations for that movie after being a fan for over twenty years, and it met and exceeded all of them. I’m glad it was successful, and it was quite a bargain, only costing around $150 million to produce!

  • http://www.beyondhollywood.com/ Nix

    The big surprise is the Bourne Ultimatum, I think. I’m not sure ANYONE expected it to make that much money.

  • http://www.beyondhollywood.com Nix

    The big surprise is the Bourne Ultimatum, I think. I’m not sure ANYONE expected it to make that much money.

  • Sam

    I think the Bourne Ultimatum should have won out. That was a spectacular movie. The fight scenes were incredibly well done. I was on the edge of my seat on the fight in Madrid with the one (forgot his name – the motorped thing) assassin.

    Spiderman 3 was… bleh. I liked the first one, enjoyed the second one but all I can remember of the third one was him prancing around the streets. The Spiderman franchise has (had?) a lot of potential but the director mistakenly thought he was fleshing out Peter Parker by pulling the night club stunt and jazz dancing down the street. Very sad.

  • Sam

    I think the Bourne Ultimatum should have won out. That was a spectacular movie. The fight scenes were incredibly well done. I was on the edge of my seat on the fight in Madrid with the one (forgot his name – the motorped thing) assassin.

    Spiderman 3 was… bleh. I liked the first one, enjoyed the second one but all I can remember of the third one was him prancing around the streets. The Spiderman franchise has (had?) a lot of potential but the director mistakenly thought he was fleshing out Peter Parker by pulling the night club stunt and jazz dancing down the street. Very sad.

  • Ray

    I admired the writers decision to bring the family closer together, and actually clearly send a heartwarming message to the viewers in this years, “The Simpson Movie”.

    hopefully that attitude can be carried out throuogh the programs existincy.

  • Ray

    I admired the writers decision to bring the family closer together, and actually clearly send a heartwarming message to the viewers in this years, “The Simpson Movie”.

    hopefully that attitude can be carried out throuogh the programs existincy.