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Top 10 Grossing Movies Of 2015 – How Much Did Your Favorite One Earn?

2015 has been an amazing year for movies, with some amazing blockbusters still to come before the year is through, but here we have for you the releases from this year that have climbed their way into the top through soaring figures and a huge grossing total.

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10. Jurassic World

Universal Pictures: $1,668,984,926

It is no surprise that Jurrasic World comes number one in the highest worldwide grossing movie, to most this was a revival of their childhood in movie form and an amazing statement to bring back old school cinema to 2015 in a high budget and dramatic way! This movie did not disappoint and is worth the 10 figure digit to its name, perhaps that money should be invested to create a real Jurassic park?!

via telegraph.com
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