Highest Grossing Movies of 2007

Name the movies released in 2007 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
$963,400,000
Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End
Walt Disney Pictures
2
$939,900,000
Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix
Warner Bros. Pictures
3
$890,900,000
Spider-Man 3
Sony – Marvel Studios
4
$799,000,000
Shrek the Third
Paramount Pictures – DreamWorks
5
$709,700,000
Transformers
Paramount Pictures
6
$620,700,000
Ratatouille
Disney – Pixar
7
$585,300,000
I Am Legend
Warner Bros. Pictures
8
$527,100,000
The Simpsons Movie
20th Century Fox
9
$457,400,000
National Treasure: Book of Secrets
Walt Disney Pictures
10
$456,100,000
300
Warner Bros. Pictures
11
$442,800,000
The Bourne Ultimatum
Universal Pictures
12
$383,500,000
Live Free or Die Hard
20th Century Fox
13
$372,000,000
The Golden Compass
New Line Cinema
14
$361,000,000
Alvin and the Chipmunks
Fox 2000 Pictures
15
$340,500,000
Enchanted
Walt Disney Pictures
16
$311,700,000
Ocean's Thirteen
Warner Bros. Pictures
17
$290,000,000
Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer
20th Century Fox – Marvel Studios
18
$287,600,000
Bee Movie
Paramount Pictures – DreamWorks
19
$266,500,000
American Gangster
Universal Pictures
20
$258,000,000
Rush Hour 3
New Line Cinema
21
$253,600,000
Wild Hogs
Touchstone Pictures
22
$229,700,000
Mr. Bean's Holiday
Universal Pictures
23
$228,700,000
Ghost Rider
Columbia – Marvel Studios
24
$219,100,000
Knocked Up
Universal Pictures
25
$202,500,000
Hairspray
New Line Cinema
26
$196,400,000
Beowulf
Paramount – Warner Bros.
27
$186,100,000
I Now Pronounce You Chuck & Larry
Universal Pictures
28
$175,400,000
The Bucket List
Warner Bros. Pictures
29
$173,400,000
Evan Almighty
Universal Pictures
30
$171,600,000
No Country for Old Men
Paramount Vantage – Miramax
31
$170,000,000
The Brave One
Warner Bros. Pictures
32
$169,900,000
Superbad
Columbia Pictures
33
$169,300,000
Meet the Robinsons
Walt Disney Pictures
34
$159,300,000
Norbit
Paramount Pictures – DreamWorks
35
$156,800,000
P.S. I Love You
Warner Bros. Pictures
36
$152,500,000
Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street
Paramount – DreamWorks – Warner Bros.
37
$149,000,000
Surf's Up
Columbia – Sony Pictures
38
$148,400,000
Resident Evil: Extinction
Screen Gems
39
$146,600,000
The Game Plan
Walt Disney Pictures
40
$145,900,000
Music and Lyrics
Warner Bros. Pictures
41
$145,700,000
Blades of Glory
Paramount Pictures – DreamWorks
42
$139,300,000
Saw IV
Lionsgate
43
$138,000,000
Bridge to Terabithia
Walt Disney Pictures
44
$135,600,000
Stardust
Paramount Pictures
45
$135,000,000
Perfume: The Story of a Murderer
DreamWorks Pictures
46
$132,000,000
1408
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
47
$129,300,000
Atonement
Focus Features
48
$129,000,000
Aliens vs. Predator: Requiem
20th Century Fox
49
$127,800,000
The Heartbreak Kid
Paramuont Pictures – DreamWorks
50
$119,000,000
Charlie Wilson's War
Universal Pictures
51
$117,800,000
Disturbia
Paramount Pictures – DreamWorks
52
$103,100,000
The Water Horse: Legend of the Deep
Columbia Pictures
53
$100,000,000
Hitman
20th Century Fox
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