Updated Feb. 13, 2018 11:53:11 A look at which movies have the highest price tag, whether you’re a casual viewer or a hardcore collector, and the most outrageous price tags that are popping up on the internet.
The top 10 most expensive movies on the web.
“My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic” (2015) $10.99The second-most expensive movie on the list, “My Big Fat Greek Wedding,” is one of the highest-rated movies in the world, grossing $10 million in its first five days on release in June, according to BoxOfficeMojo.
It also has one of its highest grossing opening weekends of any movie ever made.
But that doesn’t mean you have to pay a fortune for it.
The average ticket price for “My Greek Wedding” was $1,074, while the average ticket for “The Little Mermaid: Secrets of the Mermaid” is $1.6 million.2.
“Avengers: Age of Ultron” (2014) $9.99Another movie that made the list is “Aquaman,” a blockbuster that is currently playing in theaters in the U.S. and around the world.
The film grossed $1 billion worldwide in its opening weekend.
“The Avengers” (2012) $11.99In the midst of the Great Recession, many people had to make sacrifices to save up enough money to pay for the movies.
For many people, the “A” in “A-list” meant a movie like “A Better Tomorrow,” which earned $25 million in just two weeks on release, and “The Dark Knight Rises,” which brought in $400 million in two weeks in theaters.4.
“Star Wars: The Force Awakens” (2018) $19.99If you’re like many people in the United States, you might have heard that Disney bought Lucasfilm, which produced “Star War,” “Rogue One,” “Star Trek,” and “Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull.”
After Disney bought the Lucasfilm name, it’s been a pretty big success for the company, with sales up by over 30% in the past 12 months.
However, you may not be aware that Disney is also the owner of the rights to “The Simpsons,” “Toy Story,” “Harry Potter,” and many other properties.
This list includes films that are owned by a company that’s not Disney.
“X-Men: Apocalypse” (2017) $29.99Marvel Studios president, David Gabriel, recently said that the film “will be an X-Men movie, but with mutants.
This movie has mutants.
We have to go through that process.”
Marvel Studios’ films are based on characters from various comics books and other franchises.
However the franchise is so popular and so profitable that it’s now worth $1 trillion.6.
“Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.
2″ (2016) $32.99While many have speculated that “Guardian of the Rings” director Peter Jackson would make a return to the film world with a “Return of the King,” he hasn’t announced any plans.
“Spider-Man” (2008) $38.99When it was first released, “Spider Man” was a little expensive.
It only cost $9 at the time, and was the first movie to feature Peter Parker and his webslinger.
But over the years, the movie’s price tag has grown to $40 million.8.
“Avatar” (2009) $44.99This blockbuster film, based on the animated series of the same name, earned over $1 Billion at the box office.
It’s also the most popular film in the history of Disney.
The plot revolves around the search for the Avatar, the mythical being of hope who helps humans navigate the world through the ages.
“Beauty and the Beast” (1991) $59.99Beauty And The Beast is the third film in Disney’s Beauty and the Bowery series and has become the highest grosser ever at the Disney Parks.
The movie grossed over $5 billion at the Box Office, which means that the movie made over $100 million on the first day it was released.
“Titanic” (1996) $60.99Titanica is the highest rated film in history, grossed an estimated $600 million worldwide and is the fifth highest grossed film of all time.
But there’s a little controversy surrounding the film, which has been accused of being sexist and is often compared to “Xena: Warrior Princess.”
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