Top Ten Tim Burton Movies: Box Office Gross

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Check out the following ranking based on director Tim Burton’s top ten grossing movies. The list includes rating, release date, opening weekend numbers, production budget, domestic total gross, approval rating and worldwide box office gross. The list shows the box office performance of Burton’s top grossing movies in the U.S. and worldwide. The source is based on estimates by professional researchers and movie industry writers. Movie information is subject to change. To see the detailed box office gross page for this ranking, click here.

1. Tim Burton’s Top #1 Grossing Movie – Batman
The movie was rated PG-13. Batman was released June 23, 1989 and grossed $40,489,746 over the opening weekend. The movie had a production budget of $35 million. Rotten Tomatoes gave the movie a 70% overall approval rating. Batman grossed $251,188,924 in total domestic box office and generated $411,348,924 worldwide.

2. Tim Burton’s Top #2 Grossing Movie – Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
The movie was rated PG. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory was released July 15, 2005 and grossed $56,178,450 over the opening weekend. The movie had a production budget of $150 million. Rotten Tomatoes gave the movie a 83% overall approval rating. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory grossed $206,459,076 in total domestic box office and generated $474,968,763 worldwide.

3. Tim Burton’s Top #3 Grossing Movie – Planet of the Apes
The movie was rated PG-13. Planet of the Apes was released July 27, 2001 and grossed $68,532,960 over the opening weekend. The movie had a production budget of $100 million. Rotten Tomatoes gave the movie a 44% overall approval rating. Planet of the Apes grossed $180,011,740 in total domestic box office and generated $362,211,740 worldwide.

4. Tim Burton’s Top #4 Grossing Movie – Batman Returns
The movie was rated PG-13. Batman Returns was released December June 19, 1992 and grossed $45,687,711 over the opening weekend. The movie had a production budget of $80 million. Rotten Tomatoes gave the movie a 77% overall approval rating. Batman Returns grossed $162,831,698 in total domestic box office and generated $266,822,354 worldwide.

5. Tim Burton’s Top #5 Grossing Movie – Sleepy Hollow
The movie was rated R. Sleepy Hollow was released November 19, 1999 and grossed $30,060,467 over the opening weekend. The movie had a production budget of $100 million. Rotten Tomatoes gave the movie a 72% overall approval rating. Sleepy Hollow grossed $101,071,502 in total domestic box office and generated $206,071,502 worldwide.

6. Tim Burton’s Top #6 Grossing Movie – Beetlejuice
The movie was rated PG. Beetlejuice was released April 1, 1988 and grossed $8,030,897 over the opening weekend. The movie had a production budget of $15 million. Rotten Tomatoes gave the movie a 81% overall approval rating. Beetlejuice grossed $73,707,461 in total domestic box office.

7. Tim Burton’s Top #7 Grossing Movie – Big Fish
The movie was rated PG-13. Big Fish was released December 10, 2003 and grossed $13,811,191 over the opening weekend. The movie had a production budget of $70 million. Rotten Tomatoes gave the movie a 77% overall approval rating. Big Fish grossed $66,809,693 in total domestic box office and generated $122,919,055 worldwide.

8. Tim Burton’s Top #8 Grossing Movie – Edward Scissorhands
The movie was rated Pg-13. Edward Scissorhands was released December 7, 1990 and grossed $6,325,249 over the opening weekend. The movie had a production budget of $20 million. Rotten Tomatoes gave the movie a 90% overall approval rating. Edward Scissorhands grossed $56,362,352 in total domestic box office and generated $86,024,005 worldwide.

9. Tim Burton’s Top #9 Grossing Movie – Tim Burton’s Corpse Bride
The movie was rated PG. Tim Burton’s Corpse Bride was released September 16, 2005 and grossed $19,145,480 over the opening weekend. The movie had a production budget of $30 million. Rotten Tomatoes gave the movie a 83% overall approval rating. Tim Burton’s Corpse Bride grossed $53,359,111 in total domestic box office and generated $117,195,061 worldwide.

10. Tim Burton’s Top #10 Grossing Movie – Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street
The movie was rated R. Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street was released December 21, 2007 and grossed $9,300,805 over the opening weekend. The movie had a production budget of $50 million. Rotten Tomatoes gave the movie a 86% overall approval rating. Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street grossed $52,898,073 in total domestic box office and generated $152,523,164 worldwide.

To see the detailed box office gross page for this ranking, click here.

Source:              

RottenTomatoes.com

Boxofficemojo.com

the-numbers.com

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