Steven Spielberg First Director To Top $10 Billion At Box Office

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Published on April 17, 2018 - Duration: 00:40s

Only two Steven Spielberg-directed movies have grossed under $100 million at the worldwide box office: Always, which is generally — and rightly — considered to be his worst film, and 1941, the profoundly unfunny comedy starring Dan Aykroyd and John Belushi.

Thanks to References: The Movie‘s $475 million (which is more than even Jaws made, unadjusted for inflation), Spielberg becomes the first director whose films have taken in over $10 billion.

Thanks to a very long career making very popular movies, Spielberg’s lifetime total is way above any of his competitors.


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