Which film is the most popular?

June 20, 2021 0 Comments

Hollywood movies are on a roll, according to a new survey from film-industry consultancy the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA).

The poll finds that this year’s box office haul was up 15% compared with last year, according the Associated Press.

“There are so many great movies coming out now that I’m not even sure which one is going to win the Oscar,” said Mark Karpowitz, an industry consultant.

The poll, conducted by LMC Research in partnership with Box Office Mojo, found that the most-popular film this year is the sci-fi actioner “Transformers: Dark of the Moon,” which grossed $841 million worldwide in 2016, up 15%.

That’s down from $1.7 billion in 2015.

“Dark of the Night,” which starred Ryan Gosling, Meryl Streep, Scarlett Johansson, and Michelle Rodriguez, was the highest-grossing movie of the year.

It also led the year with an estimated $4.6 billion at the box office.

“The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug,” starring Christopher Nolan and Mark Rylance, had a similarly strong run, with a $1 billion total.

The top five films this year are “Dunkirk,” “The Martian,” “Taken,” “Spotlight,” and “American Hustle.”

“American Sniper,” which is still one of the top-grossers of all time, was also a top performer this year.

Karpowicz noted that the genre was getting bigger in popularity as audiences are now watching movies in different genres.

“As people are watching more and more movies, it’s becoming harder to maintain the same level of quality in every genre,” he said.

“If you have a film that’s good, people will love it, and they’ll love it enough that you’ll have a few more releases that people are excited about, which is great.”

This year’s top five are: “Transformations: Dark Moon” ($841.9 million) “Ducktales” ($531.8 million)”Star Wars: The Force Awakens” ($485.3 million) The list is a look at the biggest and most popular films of 2016, according in the AP’s analysis of the data.

“This year’s Top 5 films were:”DuckTales” $1,738.9M”American Sniper” $839.1M”The Hobbit:” $482.3M”Spotlight” $475.3m”American Hustles” $454.5M”Star Trek Into Darkness” $431.9m”Thor: Ragnarok” $426.4M”Warcraft” $421.8M”Transformers” $424.6M”Dunkurtals” $412.9K”Bambi” $406.6K”Transform” $405.8K”Dinner With the Zombie King” $401.8k”The Muppets” $400.7K”Gotham” $395.3K”Star-Lord” $393.3k”Halo 5″ $383.4K”The Amazing Spider-Man” $372.8″Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them” $368.3″Dirty Grandpa” $367.6″The Big Short” $361.3.”

The Big Sick” $350.9k”Frozen” $351.6k”Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.

2″ $344.4k”Dance of the Dead” $321.6ks”American Beauty” $319.4″Bachelor in Paradise” $316.6KS”Guardian of the Rings: The Two Towers” $305.7k”Ghostbusters” $304.9″Sully” $303.5″Dances with Wolves” $302.3ks”A Fantastic Woman” $300.3,”Fantasys” $296.6.”

American Hustling” $293.2ks”Black Friday” $292.6