The Most Expensive Movies Ever Made

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30. Troy ($218 million)

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29. 2012 ($220.4 million)

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28. Terminator Salvation ($220 million)

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27. Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen ($220 million)

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26. Quantum of Solace ($225 million)

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25. The Avengers ($227.6)

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24. Man of Steel ($228.8 million)

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23. Men in Black III ($232.8 million)

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22. The Amazing Spider-Man ($238 million)

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21. Wild Wild West ($240 million)

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20. Spectre ($246 million)

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19. Superman Returns ($246 million)

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18. X-Men: The Last Stand ($247 million)

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17. Spider-Man 2 ($250 million)

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16. King Kong ($250.3 million)

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15. Avengers: Age of Ultron ($251 million)

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14. The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian ($253.9 million)

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13. Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines ($257 million)

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12. John Carter ($259 million)

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11. The Dark Knight Rises ($259 million)

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10. The Hobbit ($260 million)

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9. Avatar ($261 million)

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8. Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest ($265 million)

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7. Waterworld ($271 million)

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6. Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince ($275.5 million)

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5. Tangled ($281.3 million)

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4. Spider-Man 3 ($291 million)

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3. Titanic ($294 million)

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2. Cleopatra ($340 million)

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1. Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End ($341 million)

The last film in the original Pirates trilogy also cost the most.
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Thankfully, the film grossed $963 million worldwide and more than made up for the lavish production costs.