“A great thing that we’re trying to do is to get more people to pay attention,” said Joe Cagney, the co-chair of Warner Bros. and the studio’s Motion Picture Group, at a recent panel discussion at the Los Angeles Convention Center.
“The more people who are paying attention, the better the movies are going to be.”
The most-watched movies of 2015 have largely been action movies, with “The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies,” “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1” and “The Lego Movie” among the most-coveted.
(Universal’s “The Secret Life of Pets” is a strong contender for the top spot, with a strong performance by Amy Poehler.)
“Fantastic Beasts” came in fourth, followed by “The Martian,” which also came in third.
While the top-grossing films of 2015 haven’t been the biggest hits, there’s been a trend of studios using those hits to get their next big thing off the ground.
“Frozen,” which opened with $3.1 billion, and “Fifty Shades Darker” have each topped $1 billion.
“Transformers: The Last Knight,” the sequel to the 2012 movie that grossed $1.3 billion worldwide, is the most expensive movie of all time, with $1,971,976,000.
“Rogue One: A Star Wars Story” is the only other new film to reach the $1 trillion mark.
The films that are more expensive than most of the others are: “The Avengers: Age of Ultron” ($1,851,837,000), “Suicide Squad” ($2,079,095,000) and “X-Men: Apocalypse” ($3,099,927,000).
The $1-billion mark is also the mark for most expensive films of all-time, which has happened before.
It occurred in 2016, when “The Incredible Hulk” made $1 Billion, “Avengers: Age Of Ultron” made more than $1B and “Rogue Out Of The Shadows” made nearly $1BN.
The next most expensive movies of all, according to studio reports, are “Iron Man 3,” “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.
2″ and the “Iron Fist” film.
“Guardian of the Flies” is currently projected to make $4.2 billion worldwide.
“Wonder Woman” is projected to bring in $1 BILLION worldwide, while “The Jungle Book” and its sequel are expected to bring $1 million each.
The most expensive film in Hollywood history is the $2.6 billion “The Expendables 3,” which will come out on Friday.
The film has earned $1 bn, which means that $2 bn would mean that “The Raid” would have cost about $5.5 bn.
This is an adjusted figure for inflation, using data from Box Office Mojo.