Which movie is the most expensive to produce in 2019?
The list is a good one.
A year ago, Universal’s Beauty and the Beast cost $190 million to produce, according to the film’s distributor, Disney.
The sequel to the 2016 Disney-Marvel blockbuster cost $180 million to make.
The latest installment in the franchise cost $200 million to release, with Universal paying $150 million for it.
Now, the biggest films of 2019 are going to cost a lot more.
The year is coming to a close, and the end of the line for Universal’s The Avengers and Warner Bros.’
Wonder Woman was near.
But they’re both making their mark.
The Avengers, which earned a $5.8 billion global box office gross, had to spend nearly $200m to make and is now projected to hit $600m globally in 2021.
Meanwhile, Wonder Woman will have to spend $250m to finish production, and $100m to break even.
The biggest movies of 2019:1.
The Batman 2: Rise of The Joker ($180m) The sequel, which stars Will Smith and Christian Bale, was released in 2019 and has earned more than $1.8bn worldwide.
It has been a huge hit, earning $7.8m in the first weekend of release.
Justice League: The Dark Knight ($160m) is the latest installment, and it is expected to make more than it did in 2019.
Warner also released two sequels to the DC Extended Universe, Batman Begins and Batman Beyond, in 2020 and 2021.
The Dark Knights 2: The Return of Bane ($130m) was also released in 2020, and Warner also did a sequel, Batman: The Killing Joke ($85m).2.
The Wolverine ($120m) While Logan earned a solid $15.3m on its way to becoming the third-highest-grossing superhero movie of all time, it also had to pay to finish the sequel, Logan 2: Deadlocked ($100m).
It is the sequel that has been the most-hyped of all of 2019, with the film hitting the big screens as early as this year.
Captain America: Civil War ($100.5m) It has to be the biggest Marvel movie of 2019.
The Civil War, which took in $9.4m on Friday, earned $20.3 million on Monday and $42.9 million on Tuesday, and has already earned more money than Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.
2 ($130.5 million).
It also has a very good chance of making more money from overseas.
The Jungle Book ($96.2m) This Disney-Disney Pixar sequel is expected at least $120 million internationally.
The story of a jungle village overrun by a pandemic, it has already made over $150m worldwide, and is set for another $250 million worldwide in 2020.5.
Jurassic World ($94m) Disney is releasing the Jurassic Park: Fallen Kingdom reboot in 2020 to break in a new franchise.
This is the first time Jurassic Park has been released in 2018, and this film will be a very profitable one.6.
The Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them ($84.3) Warner Bros., who was behind the Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, Fantastic Beasts, and Cursed Child movies, is also producing this remake of the famous magical creatures in 2019, which is expected in the $100-150m range.7.
Guardians of The Galaxy Vol 2 ($81.7) The Avengers franchise, which had a budget of $300 million to $400 million, has now seen its budget fall to $100 million and has also been the lowest-grosser film of all-time.
It was released as a sequel in 2019 with a new cast and a $125 million budget.8.
Wonder Woman ($78m) Wonder Woman has now earned $1 billion worldwide, according in 2019 to Disney.
She has also made more money in 2019 than in any other year, with $400m worldwide.
The movie, which will be released as the highest-grossed film of 2019 with over $2 billion in box office, is expected for a total of $4.7 billion.9.
Captain Marvel ($75m) Marvel is making another Avengers sequel in 2020 that will be the fourth in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
The first two films are scheduled to come out in 2020 with an estimated $100-$150 million each, which should make this a $100+ million grosser.10.
The Muppets (at $74.7m) Muppet Tony, a beloved family icon, will be making his return in 2019 as the first Muppet in decades.
This film is a family affair with a $72.5-million budget and the biggest-grossest Muppeteer film ever, with a record-breaking $70.7 million.11. Guardians