2019 in film

Highest-grossing films

The top films released in 2019 by worldwide gross are as follows:[1]

Highest-grossing films of 2019
RankTitleDistributorWorldwide gross
1 Avengers: Endgame Disney $2,797,800,564
2 The Lion King $1,656,405,082
3 Spider-Man: Far From Home Sony $1,131,927,996
4 Captain Marvel Disney $1,128,274,794
5 Toy Story 4 $1,073,394,593
6 Joker Warner Bros. $1,060,411,329
7 Aladdin Disney $1,050,693,953
8 Frozen II $1,037,790,508
9 Hobbs & Shaw Universal $758,910,100
10 Ne Zha Beijing Enlight $728,993,357[lower-alpha 1]

Avengers: Endgame became the fifth film to gross $2 billion worldwide and is the highest-grossing film of all time. The Lion King, Spider-Man: Far From Home, Captain Marvel, Toy Story 4, Joker, Aladdin and Frozen II all grossed $1 billion, with the first, fourth and seventh as the highest, 5th and 7th highest-grossing animated films, respectively. Joker became the first R-rated film in history to surpass $1 billion.

2019 box office records

  • The Marvel Cinematic Universe became the first film franchise to gross $18 billion with the release of Captain Marvel, and the first franchise to release seven billion-dollar-grossing films (with Captain Marvel joining the first three Avengers films, Iron Man 3, Captain America: Civil War, and Black Panther).[4] Less than two months later, it became the first franchise to gross $19 billion, $20 billion, and $21 billion with the release of Avengers: Endgame, which became the eighth billion-dollar-grossing film and the second two-billion-dollar-grossing film in the franchise (joining Avengers: Infinity War).[5] Two months after that, it became the first franchise to gross $22 billion with the release of Spider-Man: Far From Home, which became the ninth billion-dollar-grossing film. The MCU also became the first film franchise to release three billion-dollar-grossing films in one year.[6]
  • China set the all-time biggest global one-month record in February 2019 with CN¥11.09 billion ($1.63 billion), as a result of Chinese New Year season, surpassing the previous record set by China in February 2018. The month's highest-grossing film was the domestic Chinese film The Wandering Earth, while the highest-grossing foreign film that month was Alita: Battle Angel.[7]

Studio records

  • Walt Disney Studios became the first studio in history to surpass over $10 billion in worldwide box office grosses.[8] Disney is also the first to have most films reach $1 billion for the single year at the worldwide box office, with six films that reached the milestone released by the studio to date.[9]
  • Spider-Man: Far From Home became Sony Pictures' highest-grossing film.
  • With Toy Story 4, Pixar became the first animation studio to have four animated films (along with Toy Story 3, Finding Dory, and Incredibles 2) each surpass $1 billion at the worldwide box office.

Film records

  • The Wandering Earth set the all-time opening record in China, grossing $349 million in its first seven days, which also made it the second biggest opening in any territory (after Star Wars: The Force Awakens in North America).[10] It also set the record for the highest-grossing Chinese film on IMAX.[11]
  • Pokémon Detective Pikachu earned the best North American opening for a film based on a video game, with a $58 million debut.[12] By June 14, 2019, Detective Pikachu became the highest-grossing video game film adaptation in North America, surpassing Lara Croft: Tomb Raider (2001).[13][14]
  • Avengers: Endgame set numerous box office records, including becoming the highest grossing film of all time.
  • Capernaum became the highest-grossing Middle-Eastern film of all time, having earned more than $50 million worldwide (including $43.5 million in China) by 16 May 2019.[15]
  • Aladdin set the record for the biggest post-Memorial Day Tuesday gross for any film in North America, with $11.9 million in its fifth day.[16] Internationally, it set the record for the best Ramadan opening in the United Arab Emirates and Jordan,[17] became the highest-grossing release of all time in the Middle East,[18] and had the year's biggest opening weekend for a foreign film as well as this year's highest-grossing foreign film in Japan to date. The film has also surpassed Independence Day (1996) to become the highest-grossing film of Will Smith's career.[19] The film also has become highest-grossing Disney film ever in South Korea, not including films from the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
  • In June, Toy Story 4 set the record for the biggest opening for an animated film, with $244.5 million. However, the record was surpassed the following month by The Lion King, which grossed $246 million. The latter then became the fastest animated film to gross $1 billion worldwide, doing so in 21 days, surpassing Incredibles 2 (46 days). The Lion King then surpassed Frozen (2013) to become the highest-grossing animated film and highest-grossing musical film of all time in only 31 days.[20] On the other hand, Toy Story 4 surpassed traditionally animated 1994 version of The Lion King to become the highest-grossing G-rated film of all-time, and also surpassed Toy Story 3 to become the highest-grossing film of the series.
  • The Lion King became the highest-grossing animated film of all time. It set the record for the widest opening weekend and widest release ever for North American film history, with 4,725 and 4,802 theaters, respectively.[21] On July 29, the film surpassed The Jungle Book (2016) to become the highest-grossing film of Jon Favreau's career.[22] On August 11, the film surpassed Beauty and the Beast (2017) as the highest-grossing remake of all time worldwide.[23] The film also become the highest-grossing release of all-time in the Netherlands,[24] highest-grossing film of 2019 in Europe, Middle East and Africa region[25] and the highest-grossing foreign-made film of the year in Poland. On August 26, the film become the first animated film to grossed $1 billion at overseas box office outside North America.
  • Ne Zha set the record for the biggest opening for an animated film in China, with $91.5 million, this was also the highest for a non-Hollywood animated film. On August 5, 2019, It surpassed Spirited Away as the highest grossing non-Hollywood animated film. Two days later, It became the fastest animated film to reach $400 million (in 13 days) in a single market, overtaking The Lion King (14 days). It was also the first non-Hollywood animated film to earn $400 million at the box office, the first non-Disney animated film in 15 years since 2004's Shrek 2 to reach that milestone in a single market, and is the highest grossing non-Disney animated film in a single market, surpassing Shrek 2. It later became the first non-Hollywood animated film to earn $500 million (in 17 days), $600 million (in 25 days), and $700 million (in 46 days) and the first animated film not released by Universal, Disney, or Fox to do so. Additionally, it became the first ever animated feature film in history to gross more than $700 million in a single market.
  • Joker became the highest-grossing R-rated film of all time, and the first R-rated film to pass the billion-dollar mark at the worldwide box office.[26]
  • In November, Frozen II surpassed the record set by The Lion King earlier in July, as the biggest opening weekend for an animated and musical film with $358.5 million worldwide. It later broke the Thanksgiving box office record a week after its debut, with over $123.7 million, breaking The Hunger Games: Catching Fire's Thanksgiving record of $109 million.[27]
  • 2019 is the first year to have eight films cross the billion-dollar milestone, surpassing 2015's and 2018's record of five billion-dollar films. Additionally, Disney (not counting Marvel or Star Wars) saw four films cross $1 billion, the studio's highest amount in any calendar year, after previously releasing two apiece in 2010 (Toy Story 3, Alice In Wonderland) and 2016 (Finding Dory, Zootopia). Also, it is the first year when three animated films surpass $1 billion.

Events

Award ceremonies

Date Event Host Location
January 6 76th Golden Globe Awards Hollywood Foreign Press Association Beverly Hills, California, U.S.[31]
January 13 24th Critics' Choice Awards Broadcast Film Critics Association Santa Monica, California, U.S.
January 19 Producers Guild of America Awards 2018 Producers Guild of America Beverly Hills, California, U.S.[32]
January 27 25th Screen Actors Guild Awards SAG-AFTRA Los Angeles, California, U.S.[33]
February 2 46th Annie Awards International Animated Film Association
71st Directors Guild of America Awards Directors Guild of America
33rd Goya Awards Academy of Cinematographic Arts and Sciences of Spain Seville, Spain
9th Magritte Awards Académie André Delvaux Brussels, Belgium[34]
February 10 72nd British Academy Film Awards British Academy of Film and Television Arts London, England, UK
February 22 23rd Satellite Awards International Press Academy Century City, Los Angeles, California, U.S.
February 23 39th Golden Raspberry Awards Golden Raspberry Award Foundation Los Angeles, California, U.S.[35]
34th Independent Spirit Awards Independent Spirit Awards Santa Monica, California, U.S.[36]
February 24 91st Academy Awards Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Hollywood, California, U.S.[37]
September 13 45th Saturn Awards Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror Films Burbank, California, U.S.[38]

Festivals

List of some of the film festivals for 2019 that have been accredited by the International Federation of Film Producers Associations (FIAPF).

Date Event Host Location
January 14–February 3 2019 Sundance Film Festival Sundance Institute Park City, Utah, United States
February 9–14 69th Berlin International Film Festival Berlin International Film Festival Berlin, Germany
May 14–25 2019 Cannes Film Festival Cannes Film Festival Cannes, France
August 28–September 7 76th Venice International Film Festival Venice Film Festival Venice, Italy
September 5–15 2019 Toronto International Film Festival Toronto International Film Festival Toronto, Ontario, Canada


2019 films

The list of films released in 2019, arranged by country, are as follows:

Deaths

MonthDateNameAgeNationalityProfessionFilms
January 1Ivo Gregurević66CroatianActor
2Bob Einstein76AmericanActor, Director
4Ivan Bortnik79RussianActor
4Louisa Moritz82Cuban-AmericanActress
6Gregg Rudloff63AmericanSound Mixer
6W. Morgan Sheppard86EnglishActor
9Verna Bloom80AmericanActress
9Paul Koslo74German-CanadianActor
9Paolo Paoloni89ItalianActor
11Fernando Luján79MexicanActor
12Etsuko Ichihara82JapaneseActress
15Bill Anagnos60AmericanStuntman
15Carol Channing97AmericanActress
15Miodrag Radovanović89SerbianActor
17Windsor Davies88WelshActor
17Daniel C. Striepeke88AmericanMakeup Artist
19Muriel Pavlow97EnglishActress
21Kaye Ballard93AmericanActress
22James Frawley82AmericanDirector, Actor
23Jonas Mekas96Lithuanian-AmericanDocumentarian
24Dušan Makavejev86SerbianDirector, Screenwriter
26Michel Legrand86FrenchComposer
30Dick Miller90AmericanActor
February 1Clive Swift82EnglishActor
3Julie Adams92AmericanActress
3Carmen Duncan76AustralianActress
3Kristoff St. John52AmericanActor
4Nita Bieber92AmericanActress
7Albert Finney82EnglishActor
9Ron W. Miller85AmericanProducer, Executive
10Carmen Argenziano75AmericanActor
10Mario Bernardo99ItalianCinematographer
10Jan-Michael Vincent74AmericanActor
12Vijaya Bapineedu82IndianDirector
13Marisa Solinas79ItalianActress, Singer
16Bruno Ganz77SwissActor
19Giulio Brogi83ItalianActor
20Chelo Alonso85CubanActress
20Claude Goretta89SwissDirector
20Vinny Vella72AmericanActor
21Stanley Donen94AmericanDirector
21Peter Tork77AmericanActor, Singer
22Morgan Woodward93AmericanActor
23Katherine Helmond89AmericanActress
24Paul Blackwell64AustralianActor
27Nathaniel Taylor80AmericanActor
28André Previn89German-AmericanComposer
March 2Med Hondo82MauritanianDirector, Actor
4Luke Perry52AmericanActor
5Susan Harrison80AmericanActress
5Jacques Loussier84FrenchComposer
7Pino Caruso84ItalianActor
7William J. Creber87AmericanProduction Designer
7Sidney Sheinberg84AmericanProducer, Executive
9Vladimir Etush96RussianActor
16Richard Erdman93AmericanActor
16Barbara Hammer79AmericanDirector, Documentarian
16Tom Hatten92AmericanActor
18John Carl Buechler66AmericanDirector, Makeup Artist
21Pyotr Zaychenko75RussianActor
23Larry Cohen82AmericanDirector, Screenwriter
23Denise DuBarry63AmericanActress
24Joseph Pilato70AmericanActor
29Shane Rimmer89CanadianActor
29Agnès Varda90Belgian-FrenchDirector, Screenwriter
April 2J. Mahendran79IndianDirector, Screenwriter
3Jerzy Wójcik88PolishCinematographer
4Barry Malkin80AmericanFilm Editor
4Roberta Haynes91AmericanActress
5Nadja Regin87SerbianActress
7Seymour Cassel84AmericanActor
12Georgia Engel70AmericanActress
12John McEnery75EnglishActor
14Bibi Andersson83SwedishActress
16Fay McKenzie101AmericanActress
20David V. Picker87AmericanProducer, Executive
21Steve Golin64AmericanProducer
21Ken Kercheval83AmericanActor
23Mark Medoff79AmericanScreenwriter
23Terry Rawlings85EnglishFilm Editor
23David Winters80English-AmericanActor, Director
24Jean-Pierre Marielle87FrenchActor
26Jessie Lawrence Ferguson76AmericanActor
28John Singleton51AmericanDirector, Screenwriter
30Anémone68FrenchActress
30Peter Mayhew74English-AmericanActor
May 1Alessandra Panaro79ItalianActress
2Chris Reccardi54AmericanAnimator
5Barbara Perry97AmericanActress
9Allene Roberts90AmericanActress
9Alvin Sargent92AmericanScreenwriter
11Jean-Claude Brisseau74FrenchDirector, Screenwriter
11Peggy Lipton72AmericanActress
12Machiko Kyō95JapaneseActress
13Doris Day97AmericanActress, Singer
14Tim Conway85AmericanActor
15Bobby Diamond75AmericanActor
17Rallapalli73IndianActor
18Analía Gadé87ArgentineActress
26Stephen Thorne84EnglishActor
28Carmine Caridi85AmericanActor
29Peggy Stewart95AmericanActress
June 2Alistair Browning65New ZealandActor
3Paul Darrow78EnglishActor
7Narciso Ibáñez Serrador83SpanishDirector, Screenwriter
9Ma Ju-lung80TaiwaneseActor
11Valeria Valeri97ItalianActress
12Sylvia Miles94AmericanActress
13Edith González54MexicanActress
15Franco Zeffirelli96ItalianDirector, Screenwriter
20Eddie Garcia90FilipinoActor
21William Simons78WelshActor
24Billy Drago73AmericanActor
25Bruno de Keyzer69FrenchCinematographer
25Bryan Marshall81EnglishActor
26Édith Scob81FrenchActress
26Max Wright75AmericanActor
28Paul Benjamin81AmericanActor
29Jeon Mi-seon48South KoreanActress
July 1Ennio Guarnieri88ItalianCinematographer
3Glyn Houston93WelshActor
3Arte Johnson90AmericanActor
4Eduardo Fajardo94SpanishActor
4Arturo Fernández90SpanishActor
5Ugo Gregoretti88ItalianActor, Director
5Pierre Lhomme89FrenchCinematographer
6Cameron Boyce20AmericanActor
7Artur Brauner100GermanProducer
9Freddie Jones91EnglishActor
9Rip Torn88AmericanActor
10Valentina Cortese96ItalianActress
10Denise Nickerson62AmericanActress
18David Hedison92AmericanActor
19Rutger Hauer75DutchActor
19Jeremy Kemp84EnglishActor
20Ilaria Occhini85ItalianActress
25Giorgio Arlorio90ItalianScreenwriter
26Russi Taylor75AmericanVoice Actress
28Ruth de Souza98BrazilianActress
28George Hilton85UruguayanActor
31Raffaele Pisu94ItalianActor
31Harold Prince91AmericanDirector, Producer
August 1D. A. Pennebaker94AmericanDocumentarian
1Barrington Pheloung65AustralianComposer
8Jean-Pierre Mocky86FrenchDirector, Actor, Screenwriter
10Piero Tosi92ItalianCostume Designer
11Gordan Mihić80SerbianScreenwriter
16Peter Fonda79AmericanActor, Screenwriter
16Richard Williams86CanadianAnimator, Animation Director
18Encarna Paso88SpanishActress
23Carlo Delle Piane83ItalianActor
28Michel Aumont82FrenchActor
30Valerie Harper80AmericanActress
September 3Carol Lynley77AmericanActress
7Robert Axelrod70AmericanActor
7Al Carmichael90AmericanStuntman
8John Wesley72AmericanActor
11Mardik Martin82AmericanScreenwriter
13Eddie Money70AmericanMusician
15Phyllis Newman86AmericanActress
15Ric Ocasek75AmericanMusician
19Charles Gérard92FrenchActor
20Jan Merlin94AmericanActor
21Sid Haig80AmericanActor
22Boriss Teterevs63LatvianProducer
27Rob Garrison59AmericanActor
28Mark Zakharov85RussianDirector, Playwright
30Wayne Fitzgerald89AmericanTitle Designer
October 1Eric Pleskow95AustrianProducer, Executive
4Diahann Carroll84AmericanActress, Singer
4Stephen Moore81EnglishActor
6Vlasta Chramostová92CzechActress
6Rip Taylor84AmericanActor
9John W. Corso89AmericanProduction Designer
10Marie-José Nat79FrenchActress
11Robert Forster78AmericanActor
12Carlo Croccolo92ItalianActor
17Bill Macy97AmericanActor
22Raymond Leppard92EnglishComposer
26Robert Evans89AmericanProducer, Executive
26Pascale Roberts89FrenchActress
28Annick Alane94FrenchActress
29John Witherspoon77AmericanActor
30Bernard Slade89CanadianScreenwriter
31Florence Giorgetti75FrenchActress
November 2Marie Laforêt80French-SwissActress, Singer
2Brian Tarantina60AmericanActor
5Omero Antonutti84ItalianActor
7Nik Powell69EnglishProducer, Executive
8Fred Bongusto84ItalianComposer
10Lawrence G. Paull81AmericanProduction Designer
12Luciano Marin87ItalianActor
13Niall Tóibín89IrishActor
14María Baxa73SerbianActress
14Branko Lustig87CroatianProducer
15Jorge Vergara64MexicanProducer
16Vojtěch Jasný93CzechDirector
18Laure Killing60FrenchActress
20Michael J. Pollard80AmericanActor
26Vittorio Congia89ItalianActor
December 1Shelley Morrison83AmericanActress
4Leonard Goldberg85AmericanProducer
5Robert Walker79AmericanActor
6Ron Leibman82AmericanActor
8René Auberjonois79AmericanActor
8Caroll Spinney85AmericanPuppeteer
12Danny Aiello86AmericanActor
14Anna Karina79Danish-FrenchActress
14Bernard Lavalette93FrenchActor
15Nicky Henson74EnglishActor

Notes

  1. Ne Zha Gross
    • China – $723,650,000[2]
    • United States, United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand, and Vietnam – $6,307,704[3]

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