Highest Grossing Movies of 2014

Name the movies released in 2014 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
$1,104,100,000
Transformers: Age of Extinction
Paramount Pictures
2
$956,000,000
The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies
Warner Bros. – New Line Cinema
3
$773,300,000
Guardians of the Galaxy
Disney – Marvel Studios
4
$758,500,000
Maleficent
Walt Disney Pictures
5
$755,400,000
The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1
Lionsgate
6
$747,900,000
X-Men: Days of Future Past
20th Century Fox – Marvel Studios
7
$714,300,000
Captain America: The Winter Soldier
Disney – Marvel Studios
8
$710,600,000
Dawn of the Planet of the Apes
20th Century Fox
9
$709,000,000
The Amazing Spider-Man 2
Sony – Marvel Studios
10
$677,500,000
Interstellar
Paramount – Warner Bros.
11
$657,800,000
Big Hero 6
Walt Disney Pictures
12
$621,500,000
How to Train Your Dragon 2
20th Century Fox – DreamWorks
13
$547,400,000
American Sniper
Warner Bros. Pictures
14
$529,100,000
Godzilla
Warner Bros. Pictures
15
$500,100,000
Rio 2
20th Century Fox – Blue Sky Studios
16
$493,300,000
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
Paramount Pictures – Nickelodeon
17
$469,100,000
The Lego Movie
Warner Bros. – The Lego Group
18
$463,400,000
Lucy
Universal Pictures
19
$414,400,000
Kingsman: The Secret Service
20th Century Fox – Marv Films
20
$373,000,000
Penguins of Madagascar
20th Century Fox – DreamWorks
21
$370,500,000
Edge of Tomorrow
Warner Bros. Pictures
22
$369,300,000
Gone Girl
20th Century Fox
23
$363,200,000
Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb
20th Century Fox
24
$362,600,000
Noah
Paramount Pictures
25
$348,300,000
The Maze Runner
20th Century Fox
26
$337,600,000
300: Rise of an Empire
Warner Bros. Pictures
27
$331,300,000
22 Jump Street
Columbia – Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
28
$326,400,000
Taken 3
20th Century Fox
29
$307,200,000
The Fault in Our Stars
20th Century Fox
30
$289,000,000
Divergent
Summit Entertainment
31
$275,700,000
Mr. Peabody & Sherman
20th Century Fox – DreamWorks
32
$270,200,000
Neighbors
Universal Pictures
33
$268,200,000
Exodus: Gods and Kings
20th Century Fox
34
$268,000,000
Paddington
The Weinstein Company
35
$257,000,000
Annabelle
Warner Bros. – New Line Cinema
36
$244,800,000
Hercules
Paramount – Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
37
$242,700,000
RoboCop
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer – Columbia
38
$233,500,000
The Imitation Game
The Weinstein Company
39
$222,800,000
Non-Stop
Universal Pictures
40
$217,100,000
Dracula Untold
Universal Pictures
41
$214,600,000
The Expendables 3
Lionsgate
42
$213,100,000
Into the Woods
Walt Disney Pictures
43
$211,800,000
Fury
Columbia Pictures
44
$203,300,000
Need for Speed
Touchstone – DreamWorks
45
$196,700,000
The Other Woman
20th Century Fox
46
$192,300,000
The Equalizer
Columbia Pictures
47
$183,400,000
Stand by Me Doraemon
Toho
48
$181,900,000
The Monkey King
China Film Group
49
$174,800,000
The Grand Budapest Hotel
Fox Searchlight Pictures
50
$169,800,000
Dumb and Dumber To
Universal Pictures
51
$163,000,000
Unbroken
Universal Pictures
52
$161,700,000
Into the Storm
Warner Bros. – New Line Cinema
53
$155,000,000
The Monuments Men
Columbia – Fox 2000 Pictures
54
$154,500,000
Ride Along
Universal Pictures
55
$151,400,000
Planes: Fire & Rescue
Walt Disney Pictures
56
$140,000,000
PK
Vinod Chopra Productions
57
$138,200,000
Let's Be Cops
20th Century Fox
58
$135,500,000
Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit
Paramount Pictures
59
$133,800,000
Annie
Columbia Pictures
60
$128,000,000
Blended
Warner Bros. Pictures
61
$126,100,000
Sex Tape
Columbia Pictures
62
$123,700,000
The Theory of Everything
Focus Features
63
$120,800,000
The Nut Job
Open Road Films
64
$117,800,000
Pompeii
TriStar Pictures
65
$114,200,000
Seventh Son
Universal Pictures
66
$111,900,000
The Purge: Anarchy
Universal Pictures
67
$111,400,000
The Breakup Guru
China Lion
68
$109,300,000
The Boxtrolls
Focus Features
69
$107,700,000
Horrible Bosses 2
Warner Bros. – New Line Cinema
70
$103,600,000
Ouija
Universal Pictures
71
$103,200,000
Birdman
Fox Searchlight Pictures
72
$103,000,000
Transcendence
Warner Bros. Pictures
73
$101,400,000
Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day
Walt Disney Pictures
74
$101,300,000
Heaven Is for Real
TriStar Pictures
75
$100,500,000
Tammy
Warner Bros. – New Line Cinema
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