The Top Grossing Films of 2018

2018 was a great year for blockbuster movies. The top grossing films of 2018 are listed below.

Please note that the box office year ends on the first Sunday of the following year. This list of top movies also includes some released in 2017 that continued to make money in 2018.

  1. Black Panther – Released in February 2018 this has grossed over $700,059,500
  2. Avengers: Infinity War – The first of Disney’s two-part epic has grossed over $678,815,400
  3. Incredibles 2 – Disney takes the three top spots with this animated film grossing $608,581,300
  4. Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom – Universal’s action-adventure grossed $417,719,760
  5. Deadpool 2 – 20th Century Fox enter the top 5, grossing $324,563,523
  6. Dr. Seuss’ The Grinch – The top ten’s latest release, grossing $269,622,130
  7. Jumanji: Welcome to The Jungle – Sony Picture’s reboot was released late in 2017 and grossed $235,506,359
  8. Mission: Impossible – Fallout – Paramount Pictures latest in the MI franchise grossed $220,159,104
  9. Ant-Man and The Wasp – Another Marvel Universe entry brought in $216,648,740
  10. Solo: A Star Wars Story – The prequel to the prequels grossed an impressive $213,767,512

The figures shown above are taken from this list

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The (cable) Lengths We Go To For The Perfect Shot

As you may have seen from our homepage, video production is our vocation. We create a range of corporate videos, TV commercials, and animated videos because it’s what we love to do. We are storytellers- and this blog will give you a bit of an insight into the creative process while making a recent recruitment video for Eon energy.

Video Production – 24/7

Our job isn’t a 9-5. Whether on a shoot that lasts for days or staying up until all hours creating a perfect story for a film, we live and breathe video production. Our Founder and Director, Geoff Brooks recalls causing havoc at his parent’s house for the sake of a perfect shot.

Behind the Scenes

“I had an idea of exactly how I envisaged the plug pulling shot to play out, but because the objects needed to have a life of their own (see the finished commercial here) I was wondering about how we could create the shot without any human involvement.

My Dad said he had a suitable extension cable to do some tests on and before we knew it we were hammering nails into the living room floor! As I’m sure you can imagine my Mum wasn’t impressed!

Fortunately, as my Dad pointed out, they were ripping up all the carpets later in the month and getting wooden floors fitted. And there was me thinking my Dad was just like me (or vice-versa) and would literally do absolutely anything for the perfect shot.”

TV Commercial – Before and After

So here is proof of our commitment to video production. See the video below of the destruction caused to the floor (actually, it was quite a neat job!) compared to how the final advert looked.


See our full showreel here and get in touch if you’d like to discuss your corporate video needs. We’ll destroy our own homes to make sure the final shoot runs as smoothly as possible!