Jennifer Lawrence - Raven - Mystique X-Men Apocalypse

X-Men Apocalypse

Sequel to X-Men Days of Future Past

Director: Bryan Singer

Script by: Michael Dougherty, Dan Harris, Simon Kinberg, Bryan Singer

The original "first mutant" Apocalypse (who thinks of himself as a god, abrogating to himself the name of many deities) battles the X-Men (combination of old ones and new ones) who must stop the plan of Apocalypse to drive the earth to extinction, so that he can rebuild it to make it "perfect."


X-Men Apocalypse Closes with $543,368,024

Release Date: May 27, 2016

Close Date: July 28, 2016


Top Earning World Wide Superhero Films

List Updated Sept 14, 2017

Ranked by World Wide Earnings

*Currently in release in movie theatres

  1. The Avengers (2012 Marvel Studios) $1,511,757,910 Billion
  2. Avengers Age of Ultron (2015 Marvel Studios) $1.402 Billion
  3. Iron Man 3 (2013 Marvel Studios) $1,212,795,474 Billion
  4. Captain America Civil War: $1,153,294,011
  5. Dark Knight Rises (2012 Warners) 1,081,036,828 Billion
  6. The Dark Knight (2008 Warners Bros) $1,004,558,444 Billion
  7. Spiderman 3 (2007 Sony) $890.9 Million
  8. Batman V Superman Dawn of Justice (Warners 2016) $872,662,631
  9. Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2 (2017 Marvel-Disney) $863,365,406 Worldwide
  10. Spider-Man: Homecoming (Sony 2017) $823,973,588

12. Wonder Woman (2017 Warners) $816,501,312 Million

55. Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets (2017 STX Entertainment) $89,362,969 Worldwide

60. Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie (2017 Fox) - $104,685,194 worldwide


X-Men Apocalypse at $523,750,424 worldwide

June 28, 2017: Though not rolling up money like the 2014 X-Men Days of Future Past, Bryan Singer's X-Men Apocalypse has done well when contrasted with the other crashed, crashing and burned superhero offerings of 2016.


Superhero Box Office: X-Men Apocalypse opens to $265,950,117 Worldwide

June 1, 2016: Some thought that Bryan Singer and Fox were returning to the money trough too quickly after Days of Future Past, and the "soft" opening for X-Men Apocalypse seems to indicate either a too-crowded field (Captain America III is still playing, for example, and Batman V Superman and Deadpool are still limping along in some theatres) or that the X-Men Apocalypse movie trailers, which only show Hugh Jackman/Wolverine in the last seconds, simply didn't intrigue enough people.


Top Earning World Wide Superhero Films

List Updated Sept 14, 2017

Ranked by World Wide Earnings

*Currently in release in movie theatres

  1. The Avengers (2012 Marvel Studios) $1,511,757,910 Billion
  2. Avengers Age of Ultron (2015 Marvel Studios) $1.402 Billion
  3. Iron Man 3 (2013 Marvel Studios) $1,212,795,474 Billion
  4. Captain America Civil War: $1,153,294,011
  5. Dark Knight Rises (2012 Warners) 1,081,036,828 Billion
  6. The Dark Knight (2008 Warners Bros) $1,004,558,444 Billion
  7. Spiderman 3 (2007 Sony) $890.9 Million
  8. Batman V Superman Dawn of Justice (Warners 2016) $872,662,631
  9. Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2 (2017 Marvel-Disney) $863,365,406 Worldwide
  10. Spider-Man: Homecoming (Sony 2017) $823,973,588

12. Wonder Woman (2017 Warners) $816,501,312 Million

55. Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets (2017 STX Entertainment) $89,362,969 Worldwide

60. Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie (2017 Fox) - $104,685,194 worldwide


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