Highest Grossing Movies of 2010

Name the movies released in 2010 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
$1,067,000,000
Toy Story 3
Disney – Pixar
2
$1,025,500,000
Alice in Wonderland
Walt Disney Pictures
3
$960,300,000
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 1
Warner Bros. Pictures
4
$825,500,000
Inception
Warner Bros. Pictures
5
$752,600,000
Shrek Forever After
Paramount Pictures – DreamWorks
6
$698,500,000
The Twilight Saga: Eclipse
Summit Entertainment
7
$623,900,000
Iron Man 2
Paramount – Marvel Studios
8
$591,800,000
Tangled
Walt Disney Pictures
9
$543,100,000
Despicable Me
Universal Pictures – Illumination
10
$495,800,000
How to Train Your Dragon
Paramount Pictures – DreamWorks
11
$493,200,000
Clash of the Titans
Warner Bros. Pictures
12
$415,700,000
The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader
Fox 2000 Pictures
13
$414,200,000
The King's Speech
The Weinstein Company
14
$400,000,000
Tron Legacy
Walt Disney Pictures
15
$359,000,000
The Karate Kid
Columbia Pictures
16
$336,400,000
Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time
Walt Disney Pictures
17
$329,400,000
Black Swan
Fox Searchlight Pictures
18
$321,900,000
Megamind
Paramount Pictures – DreamWorks
19
$321,700,000
Robin Hood
Universal Pictures
20
$319,700,000
The Last Airbender
Paramount Pictures – Nickelodeon
21
$310,700,000
Little Fockers
Universal – Paramount Pictures
22
$300,200,000
Resident Evil: Afterlife
Screen Gems
23
$294,800,000
Shutter Island
Paramount Pictures
24
$294,600,000
Sex and the City 2
Warner Bros. – New Line Cinema
25
$293,500,000
Salt
Columbia Pictures
26
$278,300,000
The Tourist
Columbia Pictures
27
$274,500,000
The Expendables
Lionsgate
28
$271,400,000
Grown Ups
Columbia Pictures
29
$261,900,000
Knight and Day
20th Century Fox
30
$252,300,000
True Grit
Paramount Pictures
31
$237,400,000
Gulliver's Travels
20th Century Fox
32
$227,000,000
Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief
Fox 2000 Pictures
33
$224,900,000
The Social Network
Columbia Pictures
34
$216,500,000
Valentine's Day
Warner Bros. – New Line Cinema
35
$215,300,000
The Sorcerer's Apprentice
Walt Disney Pictures
36
$211,800,000
Due Date
Warner Bros. Pictures
37
$204,600,000
Eat Pray Love
Columbia Pictures
38
$201,600,000
Yogi Bear
Warner Bros. Pictures
39
$199,000,000
Red
Summit Entertainment – DC Comics
40
$177,500,000
Paranormal Activity 2
Paramount Pictures
41
$177,200,000
The A-Team
20th Century Fox
42
$171,700,000
Jackass 3
Paramount Pictures
43
$170,400,000
The Other Guys
Columbia Pictures
44
$167,800,000
Unstoppable
20th Century Fox
45
$159,300,000
Step Up 3
Touchstone – Summit Entertainment
46
$157,100,000
The Book of Eli
Warner Bros. Pictures
47
$154,000,000
The Town
Warner Bros. Pictures
48
$152,300,000
Date Night
20th Century Fox
49
$140,100,000
Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga'Hoole
Warner Bros. Pictures
50
$139,800,000
The Wolfman
Universal Pictures
51
$136,300,000
The Bounty Hunter
Columbia Pictures
52
$136,100,000
Saw: The Final Chapter
Lionsgate
53
$134,700,000
Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps
20th Century Fox
54
$129,200,000
The Fighter
Paramount Pictures
55
$127,200,000
Predators
20th Century Fox
56
$115,600,000
A Nightmare on Elm Street
Warner Bros. – New Line Cinema
57
$114,900,000
Dear John
Screen Gems
58
$112,500,000
Cats & Dogs: The Revenge of Kitty Galore
Warner Bros. Pictures
59
$112,500,000
Tooth Fairy
20th Century Fox
60
$105,700,000
Life as We Know It
Warner Bros. Pictures
61
$105,200,000
Hereafter
Warner Bros. Pictures
62
$103,000,000
Love & Other Drugs
20th Century Fox
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