Top 5 Money Making Movies of 2013

Top 5 Money Making Movies of 2013

Emily Christ, Lifestyle Writer

  1. Iron Man 3
    1. This movie made was distributed by Walt Disney. It made $408,992,272 and sold 50,121,601 tickets. Iron Man 3 is rate PG-13 and is an action movie.  Iron Man 3 picks up after Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.) returns home after fighting with the Avengers. He is haunted by the experience and begins to work very hard and invents new things. Then he fights to save America from the evil villain Mandarin who threatens to destroy the country.
  2. The Hunger Games: Catching Fire
    1. This movie was distributed by Lionsgate; it made $400,088,390 and sold 49,030,439.  The Hunger Games Catching Fire is and adventure movie and rated PG-13. This movie picks up with Katniss Everdeen (Jenifer Lawrence) embarking on her “Victors Tour” with Peeta Mellark (Josh Hutcherson) after winning the 74th Hunger games. The Capitol is still in power, but Peeta and Katniss sense a rebellion. She vows to protect Peeta, but her fellow tributes have a different plan.
  3. Despicable Me 2
    1. This movie was distributed by Universal and is rated PG. It made $367,860,950 and sold 45,808,893 tickets.  In this movie the main character Gru has given up on his evil ways and is the adoptive father of three girls. Gru is sent on a top secret mission to capture a rising villain who has plans to use a special serum to turn harmless creatures into vicious monsters. He has to stop the evil villain and save the world.
  4. Man of Steel
    1. Man of Steel was distributed by Warner Bros. and is PG-13. It made $291,045,518 and sold 35,667,342 tickets. This movie depicts the life of a man not from our planet with supper powers. The American government discovers an 18,000-year-old anomaly very deep in the ice. Lois Lane, a reporter, meets Clark Kent (superman) at the sight and is convinced there is life on other planets. Later General Zod declares he will destroy the human race and it is up to Superman to save everyone.
  5. Frozen
    1. Frozen is distributed by Walt Disney and is rated PG. it made $277,116,204 and sold 33,960,319 tickets. The evil Snow Queen Elsa casts a spell to make it winter all the time in the village. It is up to her sister to save the village with her friends from her evil sister.