Highest Grossing Movies of 2017

Name the movies released in 2017 which have grossed at least $100,000,000 worldwide
Grosses rounded to the nearest $100,000
Animated films in blue
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Rank
Gross
Movie
Company
1
$1,332,500,000
Star Wars: The Last Jedi
Disney – Lucasfilm
2
$1,263,500,000
Beauty and the Beast
Walt Disney Pictures
3
$1,236,000,000
The Fate of the Furious
Universal Pictures
4
$1,034,800,000
Despicable Me 3
Universal Pictures – Illumination
5
$962,200,000
Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle
Sony Pictures
6
$880,200,000
Spider-Man: Homecoming
Sony – Marvel Studios
7
$874,300,000
Wolf Warrior 2
United Entertainment
8
$863,800,000
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2
Disney – Marvel Studios
9
$854,000,000
Thor: Ragnarok
Disney – Marvel Studios
10
$821,800,000
Wonder Woman
Warner Bros. – DC Comics
11
$807,100,000
Coco
Disney – Pixar
12
$794,900,000
Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales
Walt Disney Pictures
13
$700,400,000
It
Warner Bros. – New Line Cinema
14
$657,900,000
Justice League
Warner Bros. – DC Comics
15
$640,100,000
Transformers: The Last Knight
Paramount Pictures
16
$619,000,000
Logan
20th Century Fox – Marvel Studios
17
$566,700,000
Kong: Skull Island
Warner Bros. Pictures
18
$528,000,000
The Boss Baby
20th Century Fox – DreamWorks
19
$527,300,000
Dunkirk
Warner Bros. Pictures
20
$490,700,000
War for the Planet of the Apes
20th Century Fox
21
$434,500,000
The Greatest Showman
20th Century Fox
22
$410,900,000
Kingsman: The Golden Circle
20th Century Fox – Marv Films
23
$409,200,000
The Mummy
Universal Pictures
24
$383,900,000
Cars 3
Disney – Pixar
25
$381,100,000
Fifty Shades Darker
Universal Pictures
26
$358,000,000
Your Name
Funimation Films
27
$351,800,000
Murder on the Orient Express
20th Century Fox
28
$346,100,000
xXx: Return of Xander Cage
Paramount Pictures
29
$334,900,000
The Great Wall
Universal Pictures
30
$312,200,000
Resident Evil: The Final Chapter
Screen Gems
31
$312,000,000
The Lego Batman Movie
Warner Bros. – DC Comics – The Lego Group
32
$306,500,000
Annabelle: Creation
Warner Bros. – New Line Cinema
33
$305,500,000
Wonder
Lionsgate
34
$296,100,000
Ferdinand
20th Century Fox – Blue Sky Studios
35
$278,500,000
Split
Universal Pictures
36
$275,000,000
Baahubali 2: The Conclusion
Arka Media Works
37
$259,200,000
Blade Runner 2049
Warner Bros. – Columbia Pictures
38
$255,500,000
Get Out
Universal Pictures
39
$240,900,000
Alien: Covenant
20th Century Fox
40
$226,900,000
Baby Driver
TriStar Pictures
41
$226,900,000
Paddington 2
StudioCanal
42
$225,900,000
Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets
STX Entertainment
43
$221,600,000
Geostorm
Warner Bros. Pictures
44
$217,800,000
The Emoji Movie
Columbia – Sony Pictures
45
$197,200,000
Smurfs: The Lost Village
Columbia – Sony Pictures
46
$196,400,000
A Dog's Purpose
Universal Pictures
47
$195,200,000
The Shape of Water
Fox Searchlight Pictures
48
$184,700,000
Pitch Perfect 3
Universal Pictures
49
$180,600,000
Daddy's Home 2
Paramount Pictures
50
$177,900,000
Baywatch
Paramount Pictures
51
$177,700,000
The Post
20th Century Fox – DreamWorks
52
$176,600,000
The Hitman's Bodyguard
Summit Entertainment
53
$171,500,000
John Wick: Chapter 2
Summit Entertainment
54
$169,800,000
Ghost in the Shell
Paramount Pictures – DreamWorks
55
$159,200,000
Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri
Fox Searchlight Pictures
56
$150,300,000
Darkest Hour
Focus Features
57
$148,700,000
King Arthur: Legend of the Sword
Warner Bros. Pictures
58
$145,400,000
The Foreigner
STX Entertainment
59
$142,300,000
Power Rangers
Lionsgate
60
$140,900,000
Girls Trip
Universal Pictures
61
$134,900,000
American Made
Universal Pictures
62
$130,600,000
A Bad Moms Christmas
STX Entertainment
63
$125,500,000
Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie
20th Century Fox – DreamWorks
64
$123,100,000
The Lego Ninjago Movie
Warner Bros. – The Lego Group
65
$122,600,000
Happy Death Day
Universal Pictures
66
$113,200,000
The Dark Tower
Columbia Pictures
67
$106,100,000
Leap!
The Weinstein Company
68
$103,000,000
Jigsaw
Lionsgate
69
$103,000,000
Railroad Tigers
Well Go USA
70
$100,500,000
Life
Columbia Pictures
71
$100,000,000
Atomic Blonde
Focus Features
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