2012 Is The Highest Grossing Year In History For The U.S. Domestic Box Office – $10.6bn+

American-FlagBox Office Mojo are reporting that on December 27, 2012 the United States Box Office for calendar year (Jan-Dec) had passed $10.6 billion and has made the year the highest grossing in the history of cinema. It topped record holder 2009’s $10.59 billion. Here’s some of the titles that have helped take 2012 to the top of the Box Office heap in the United States. (All results are U.S. Domestic Only)

This year has also marked UNIVERSAL PICTURES highest ever grossing year since its inception.

THE AVENGERS – $623.4m

THE DARK KNIGHT RISES – $448.1m

SKYFALL – $285m

TWILIGHT SAGA: BREAKING DAWN PART 2 – $284m

THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN – $262m

BRAVE – $237m

TED – $218.7m

MADAGASCAR 3 – $216m

THE LORAX – $214m

THE HOBBIT: AN UNEXPECTED JOURNEY – $200m+