Highest Grossing Movies of 2018

Name the movies released in 2018 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
$2,048,400,000
Avengers: Infinity War
Disney – Marvel Studios
2
$1,346,900,000
Black Panther
Disney – Marvel Studios
3
$1,309,500,000
Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom
Universal Pictures
4
$1,242,800,000
Incredibles 2
Disney – Pixar
5
$1,143,700,000
Aquaman
Warner Bros. – DC Comics
6
$879,700,000
Bohemian Rhapsody
20th Century Fox
7
$855,000,000
Venom
Sony – Marvel Studios
8
$791,100,000
Mission: Impossible – Fallout
Paramount Pictures
9
$785,000,000
Deadpool 2
20th Century Fox – Marvel Studios
10
$653,700,000
Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald
Warner Bros. Pictures
11
$622,700,000
Ant-Man and the Wasp
Disney – Marvel Studios
12
$582,900,000
Ready Player One
Warner Bros. Pictures
13
$579,200,000
Operation Red Sea
Huaxia Film
14
$544,100,000
Detective Chinatown 2
Wanda Media
15
$530,200,000
The Meg
Warner Bros. Pictures
16
$528,100,000
Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation
Columbia – Sony Pictures
17
$526,300,000
Ralph Breaks the Internet
Walt Disney Pictures
18
$511,300,000
The Grinch
Universal – Illumination Entertainment
19
$459,500,000
Bumblebee
Paramount Pictures
20
$453,000,000
Dying to Survive
Shanghai Tao Piao Piao
21
$433,300,000
A Star Is Born
Warner Bros. Pictures
22
$428,000,000
Rampage
Warner Bros. Pictures
23
$394,700,000
Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again
Universal Pictures
24
$392,900,000
Solo: A Star Wars Story
Disney – Lucasfilm
25
$371,000,000
Fifty Shades Freed
Universal Pictures
26
$370,600,000
Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse
Sony – Marvel Studios
27
$365,600,000
The Nun
Warner Bros. – New Line Cinema
28
$351,200,000
Peter Rabbit
Columbia – Sony Pictures
29
$348,400,000
Mary Poppins Returns
Walt Disney Pictures
30
$340,900,000
A Quiet Place
Paramount Pictures
31
$304,900,000
Skyscraper
Universal Pictures
32
$297,700,000
Ocean's 8
Warner Bros. Pictures
33
$290,500,000
Pacific Rim Uprising
Universal Pictures
34
$288,300,000
Maze Runner: The Death Cure
20th Century Fox
35
$276,600,000
Green Book
Universal Pictures
36
$274,700,000
Tomb Raider
Warner Bros. – Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
37
$253,700,000
Halloween
Universal Pictures
38
$238,500,000
Crazy Rich Asians
Warner Bros. Pictures
39
$214,100,000
Smallfoot
Warner Bros. Pictures
40
$213,900,000
Creed II
Warner Bros. – Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
41
$197,600,000
Christopher Robin
Walt Disney Pictures
42
$190,400,000
The Equalizer 2
Columbia Pictures
43
$173,900,000
The Nutcracker and the Four Realms
Walt Disney Pictures
44
$167,700,000
Insidious: The Last Key
Universal Pictures
45
$162,700,000
The Mule
Warner Bros. Pictures
46
$160,500,000
The Predator
20th Century Fox
47
$158,800,000
Johnny English Strikes Again
Universal Pictures
48
$151,600,000
Red Sparrow
20th Century Fox
49
$137,000,000
The First Purge
Universal Pictures
50
$132,700,000
A Wrinkle in Time
Walt Disney Pictures
51
$131,500,000
The House with a Clock in Its Walls
Universal Pictures
52
$119,900,000
The Commuter
Lionsgate
53
$118,800,000
Instant Family
Paramount Pictures
54
$117,500,000
Game Night
Warner Bros. – New Line Cinema
55
$116,300,000
2.0
Lyca Productions
56
$105,400,000
First Man
Universal Pictures – DreamWorks
57
$103,000,000
Night School
Universal Pictures
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