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Most Hyped Movies Over the Decade

Every year there was always a movie that was marketed/hyped up the most. The movie where if you had seen it people would always ask “Is it worth it?” as in, is it worth all the hype it’s getting, or when it just came out everyone is asking everyone “Have you seen it yet?” These are the movies throughout the decade that was over-advertised and did the best in worldwide marketing.

2010: Toy Story 3

 

Toy Story 3 had the highest ranking in the box office for 2010 with $1,066,969,703.

 At the time it had the feeling of being the end of the trilogy of the Toy Store movies because it showed the main character Andy growing up and moving away to college. The hype around this movie was intense because of the audience’s expectations of ending a successful animated movie franchise.

Produced by Walt Disney Pictures and Pixar Animation Studios. Distributed by Walt Disney and Motion Pictures

Sources found at Wikipedia and Box Office Mojo 

2011: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2

Had the highest ranking in the box office for 2011 with $1,341,511,219

Similar to Toy Story 3, this was the end of a major franchise. The expectations were high, especially to the people who read the books.

Produced by Warner Bros. Pictures and Heyday Films. Distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures

Sources found at Wikipedia and Box Office Mojo

2012: The Avengers

Had the highest ranking in the box office for 2012 with $1,518,812,988

This movie erupted a lot of excitement, being the first big crossover between all our characters. When there’s so much excitement there are expectations, especially from the people who had read the comics.

Produced by Marvel Studios

Distributed by Walt Disney and Motion Pictures

Sources found at Wikipedia and Box Office Mojo

Had the highest ranking in the box office for 2013 with $1,274,219,009

When it comes to Disney there’s always going to be high expectations, Disney never fails to make their advertisements seem the most epic and childhood-maker movies and shows.

Produced by Walt Disney Pictures and Animation Studios. Distributed by Walt Disney and Motion Pictures

Sources found at Wikipedia and Box Office Mojo

2014: Transformers: Age of Extinction

Had the highest ranking in the box office for 2014 with $1,104,054,072

Though not everyone is a fan of transformers, everyone could understand why most people would want to see it, from action-filled scenes to impressive CGI, a Transformers movie was a sight to see.

Produced by Hasbro and Di Bonaventura Pictures. Distributed by Paramount Pictures

Sources found at Wikipedia and Box Office Mojo

2015: Star Wars: Episode VII – The Force Awakens

Had the highest ranking in the box office for 2015 with $2,068,223,624

Star Wars is and was a big franchise, so it comes as no surprise when you see an episode topping the charts. With amazing characters, epic battle scenes, and interesting plot lines, a new addition is always hyped.

Produced by Lucasfilm Ltd. and Bad Robot Productions. Distributed by Walt Disney and Motion Pictures

Sources found at Wikipedia and Box Office Mojo

2016: Captain America: Civil War

Had the highest ranking in the box office for 2016 with $1,153,296,293

When the trailers hit the screens, everyone was setting the date, due to the intensity. The idea of all of their favorite characters going against each other had everyone on the edges of their seats.

Produced by Marvel Studios. Distributed by Walt Disney and Motion Pictures

Sources found at Wikipedia and Box Office Mojo

2017: Star Wars: Episode VIII- The Last Jedi

Had the highest ranking in the box office for 2017 with $1,332,539,889

Though The Last Jedi was seen as a disappointment, it still had quite the hype before it came out. For consistent star wars fans, a new episode is always an excitement to see, even if it’s disappointing in the end.

Produced by Lucasfilm Ltd. Distributed by Walt Disney and Motion Pictures

Sources found at Wikipedia and Box Office Mojo

2018: Avengers: Infinity War

Had the highest ranking in the box office for 2018 with $2,048,359,754

As the Avenger franchise introduced to character after character, the preview of seeing all of them in one movie that the Infinity War trailer showed had everyone excited. Adding to the intensity, the “big bad” Thanos was finally gonna make his big appearance, and everyone was hyped.

Produced by Marvel Studios. Distributed by Walt Disney and Motion Pictures

Sources found at Wikipedia and Box Office Mojo

2019: Avengers: Endgame

Had the highest ranking in the box office for 2019 with $2,797,800,564

With the cliffhanger from the previous Avengers movie, the rumors of Iron Man’s death, and with the knowledge that this would be the last Avengers movie, the anticipation Endgame had everyone counting the days until it hit theaters.

Produced by Marvel Studios. Distributed by Walt Disney and Motion Pictures

Sources found at Wikipedia and Box Office Mojo

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