As the industry heads into the holiday season, we take a look at what you should expect from the big releases this year, and what to look out for in the coming months.
The Top Five In our top five, we looked at the most expensive movies, TV shows, music and games of all time, along with their respective theatrical releases.
What We Learned from the Top Five:The top five movies, television shows, and games, in order of their respective theaters, were released on December 19, 2019: The Dark Knight Rises (Warner Bros.)
The Big Short (Warners Bros.)
The Big Short 2:17 to Midnight (Warers Bros.)
The Big Sick (Warberg Brothers) The Dark Tower (War Bros.)
The Big Sick 2:27 to Midnight (-$3,500) A Bigger Splash (Disney) The Big Splash 2:10 to Midnight (+$4,100) Fargo (FX) Gravity (Fox) The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (Disney/Pixar) Ice Age: Continental Drift (Disney ) Inside Out (Disney, Pixar) Interstellar (Disney)*The Jungle Book (Disney and Pixar)*The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey (Disney)- $9,929,900The Hobbit 2:7 to 11:11 to 6:30 to 6.9 to 6 at the box office (-$1,900,000) Iron Man 3 (Marvel)The Avengers (Marvel)- $10,849,400 The Avengers 2:16 to 23:59 to 2:31 to $10.6 to $12.5 to $14.6 at the top of the boxoffice (-$2,600,000 to $6,600) Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (Warwick Bros.)
The Dark Knight (WB) Moby Dick (Warrior) Monsters University (WB)*The Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials (War of the Worlds)- $13,000,000The Maze.
Riders of Pestilence (Warwood)- $17,000