Top 10 Movies of 2012

This table lists the top-grossing movies of 2012. The Avengers made the most money in the United States in 2012.

RankTitleDistributorTotal Domestic GrossOpen Date
1. Marvel's The Avengers Buena Vista $623,357,9103 5/4/12
2. The Dark Knight Rises Warner Bros. $448,139,099 7/20/12
3. The Hunger Games Lionsgate $408,010,692 3/23/12
4. Skyfall Sony $300,937,000 11/4/12
5. The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2 Summit Entertainment $290,783,000 11/16/12
6. The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey Warner Bros. $288,705,000 12/14/12
7. The Amazing Spider-Man Sony $262,030,663 7/3/12
8. Brave Buena Vista $237,283,207 6/22/12
9. Ted Universal $218,815,487 6/29/12
10. Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted Paramount (DreamWorks) $216,391,482 6/8/12

For the all-time top box-office hits, see Exhibitor Relations's Top All-Time Box-Office

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