The 15 Most Expensive Movies Ever Made, Considering Inflation

The 15 Most Expensive Movies Ever Made, Considering Inflation

A list of the 15 most expensive movies of all time, with gross value adjusted for 2017, considering inflation. You will be surprised to see some movie titles here.

#15 Avatar (2009)

Original Gross: $760,507,625

Gross Adjusted for 2017: $860 Million

#14 Ben-Hur (1959)

Original Gross: $74,000,000

Gross Adjusted for 2017: $866 Million.

#13 The Empire Strikes Back (1980)

Original Gross: $290,475,067

Gross Adjusted for 2017: $868 Million.

#12 101 Dalmatians (1961)

Original Gross: $144,880,014

Gross Adjusted for 2017: $883 Million.

#11 Star Wars: The Force Awakens (2015)

Original Gross: $936,662,225

Gross Adjusted for 2017: $956 Million.

#10 Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937)

Original Gross: $184,925,486

Gross Adjusted for 2017: $966 Million.

 

#9 The Exorcist (1973)

Original Gross: $232,906,145

Gross Adjusted for 2017: $977 Million.

#8 Doctor Zhivago (1965)

Original Gross: $111,721,910

Gross Adjusted for 2017: $1 Billion.

#7 Jaws (1975)

Original Gross: $260,000,000

Gross Adjusted for 2017: $1.1 Billion.

#6 The Ten Commandments (1956)

Original Gross: $65,500,000

Gross Adjusted for 2017: $1.1 Billion.

#5 Titanic (1997)

Original Gross: $658,672,302

Gross Adjusted for 2017: $1.2 Billion.

#4 E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial (1982)

Original Gross: $435,110,554

Gross Adjusted for 2017: $1.3 Billion.

#3 The Sound of Music (1965)

Original Gross: $158,671,368

Gross Adjusted for 2017: $1.3 Billion.

#2 Star Wars (1977)

Original Gross: $460,998,007

Gross Adjusted for 2017: $1.6 Billion.

#1 Gone With the Wind (1939)

Original Gross: $198,676,459

Gross Adjusted for 2017: $1.8 Billion.

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