Highest Grossing Movies of 2001

Name the movies released in 2002 which have grossed at least $100,000,000 worldwide
Grosses rounded to the nearest $100,000
Animated movies in blue
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Rank
Gross
Movie
Company
1
$974,800,000
Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone
Warner Bros. Pictures
2
$871,500,000
The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring
New Line Cinema
3
$577,400,000
Monsters, Inc.
Disney – Pixar
4
$484,400,000
Shrek
DreamWorks Pictures
5
$450,700,000
Ocean's Eleven
Warner Bros. Pictures
6
$449,200,000
Pearl Harbor
Touchstone Pictures
7
$433,000,000
The Mummy Returns
Universal Pictures
8
$368,800,000
Jurassic Park III
Universal Pictures
9
$362,200,000
Planet of the Apes
20th Century Fox
10
$351,700,000
Hannibal
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer – Universal
11
$347,300,000
Rush Hour 2
New Line Cinema
12
$313,000,000
A Beautiful Mind
Universal Pictures – DreamWorks
13
$287,500,000
American Pie 2
Universal Pictures
14
$281,900,000
Bridget Jones's Diary
Universal Pictures
15
$274,700,000
Lara Croft: Tomb Raider
Paramount Pictures
16
$235,900,000
A.I. Artificial Intelligence
Warner Bros. – DreamWorks
17
$209,900,000
The Others
Dimension Films
18
$207,300,000
The Fast and the Furious
Universal Pictures
19
$203,400,000
Vanilla Sky
Paramount Pictures
20
$200,700,000
Cats & Dogs
Warner Bros. Pictures
21
$186,100,000
Atlantis: The Lost Empire
Walt Disney Pictures
22
$179,200,000
Moulin Rouge!
20th Century Fox
23
$176,100,000
Dr. Dolittle 2
20th Century Fox
24
$173,000,000
Black Hawk Down
Columbia Pictures
25
$165,300,000
The Princess Diaries
Walt Disney Pictures
26
$147,900,000
Spy Kids
Dimension Films
27
$147,800,000
The Mexican
DreamWorks Pictures
28
$147,100,000
Swordfish
Warner Bros. Pictures
29
$143,000,000
Spy Game
Universal Pictures
30
$141,800,000
Legally Blonde
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
31
$141,200,000
Scary Movie 2
Dimension Films
32
$141,100,000
Shallow Hal
20th Century Fox
33
$138,200,000
America's Sweethearts
Columbia Pictures
34
$131,700,000
Save the Last Dance
Paramount Pictures
35
$117,500,000
A Knight's Tale
Columbia Pictures
36
$113,000,000
The Score
Paramount Pictures
37
$105,200,000
Along Came a Spider
Paramount Pictures
38
$104,500,000
Training Day
Warner Bros. Pictures
39
$103,000,000
Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius
Paramount Pictures – Nickelodeon
40
$100,000,000
Don't Say a Word
20th Century Fox
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