Film series

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A film series or movie series (also referred to as a film franchise or movie franchise) is a collection of related films in succession that share the same fictional universe, or are marketed as a series.[1]

This article explains what film series are and gives brief examples of movie series. The body shows a list of the most popular film series and franchises in the United States and Canada.[2]

Description[edit]

Sometimes the work is conceived from the beginning as a multiple-film work—for example, the Three Colours series—but in most cases the success of the original film (or an original series in the case of the Skywalker Saga) inspires further films to be made.[citation needed] Individual sequels are relatively common but are not always successful enough to spawn further installments.

As of 2022, the 29 films of the Marvel Cinematic Universe form the highest-grossing film series even when adjusted for inflation, surpassing J. K. Rowling's Wizarding World (11 films), Star Wars (12 films), Ian Fleming's James Bond (27 films), and J. R. R. Tolkien's Middle-earth (6 films) series.[3]

Box office[edit]

film currently playing Background shading indicates that at least one film in the series is playing in the week commencing 30 September 2022 in theaters around the world.
Highest-grossing franchises and film series[§] (The films in each franchise can be viewed by selecting "show".)
Rank Series Total worldwide gross No. of films Average of films Highest-grossing film

SShared universes for which some properties also have their own entries.

*Canada and U.S. gross only.

RDistributor rental.

Longest-running film series and franchises[edit]

Franchise First film Last film Length Amount of films
The Invisible Man The Invisible Man (31 October 1933) The Invisible Man (February 27, 2020) 86 years, 3 months 7
The Mummy The Mummy (December 22, 1932) The Mummy (June 9, 2017) 84 years, 5 months 19
Lassie Lassie Come Home (October 7, 1943) Lassie Come Home (November 26, 2020)[4] 77 years, 1 month 12
Wong Fei-hung Huang Fei-hong zhuan: Bian feng mie zhu (1949) Wong Fei-hung: Return Of The King (2018) 69 years 123
Father of Four Father of Four (2 November 1953) Far til fire og vikingerne (1 October 2020)

66 years, 10 months

21
Godzilla Godzilla (October 27, 1954)[5] Godzilla vs. Kong (March 24, 2021)[6] 66 years, 4 months 36
Cinderella Cinderella (February 15, 1950) Cinderella (February 13, 2015) 64 years, 11 months 4
The Cisco Kid In Old Arizona (January 20, 1929) The Cisco Kid (February 6, 1994) 65 years 28
Alice in Wonderland Alice in Wonderland (July 26, 1951)[7] Alice Through the Looking Glass (May 27, 2016) 64 years, 10 months 3
Mickey Mouse universe Fantasia (November 13, 1940)[8] Mickey, Donald, Goofy: The Three Musketeers (August 17, 2004) [9][10] 63 years, 9 months 16
Peter Pan Peter Pan (February 5, 1953)[11] Tinker Bell and the Legend of the NeverBeast (December 12, 2014)[12] 61 years, 10 months 3
Sleeping Beauty Sleeping Beauty (January 29, 1959)[13] Maleficent: Mistress of Evil (October 18, 2019)[14] 60 years, 8 months 3
101 Dalmatians One Hundred and One Dalmatians (January 25, 1961) Cruella (May 28, 2021)[15] 60 years, 3 months 5
James Bond Dr. No (5 October 1962) No Time to Die (30 September 2021)[16] 58 years, 11 months 27
St Trinian's School The Belles of St. Trinian's (28 September 1954) St Trinian's 2: The Legend of Fritton's Gold (18 December 2009) [17] 55 years, 2 months 7
Ultraman Ultraman (July 22, 1967)[18] Ultraman Taiga The Movie(August 7, 2020) 53 years 44
Asterix Asterix the Gaul (20 December 1967) Asterix: The Secret of the Magic Potion (5 December 2018)[19] 50 years, 11 months 18
Otoko wa Tsurai yo It's Tough Being a Man (August 27, 1969) Tora-san, Wish You Were Here (December 27, 2019) 50 years, 4 months 48
Kamen Rider Go Go Kamen Rider (1971) Saber + Zenkaiger: Super Hero Senki (July 22, 2021)[20] 50 years 68
The Flintstones The Man Called Flintstone (August 3, 1966) The Flintstones & WWE: Stone Age SmackDown! (March 10, 2015) 48 years, 7 months 12
The Jungle Book The Jungle Book (October 18, 1967)[21] The Jungle Book (April 15, 2016) [22][23] 48 years, 5 months 5
Zatoichi The Tale of Zatoichi (April 12, 1962)[24][25] Zatoichi: The Last (May 29, 2010) 48 years, 1 month 26
Yogi Bear & friends Hey There, It's Yogi Bear! (June 3, 1964) Yogi Bear (December 17, 2010)[26] 46 years, 6 months
Super Sentai Himitsu Sentai Gorenger (1975) Kamen Rider Saber + Kikai Sentai Zenkaiger: Superhero Senki (2021) 46 years 61
Looney Tunes Bugs Bunny: Superstar (December 19, 1975) Coyote vs. Acme (July 21, 2023) 47 years, 7 months 11
Lupin III Lupin III: Strange Psychokinetic Strategy (August 3, 1974) Lupin III: The First (December 6, 2019) 45 years, 4 months 43
The Pink Panther The Pink Panther (December 18, 1963) The Pink Panther 2 (February 6, 2009) 45 years, 1 month 12
Olsen Gang The Olsen Gang (11 October 1968) The Olsen Gang in Deep Trouble (2013) 45 years 17
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre The Texas Chain Saw Massacre (October 11, 1974)[27] Leatherface (October 2017)[28] 45 years 9
Coffin Joe At Midnight I'll Take Your Soul (9 November 1964) Embodiment of Evil (August 8, 2008) 43 years, 8 months 3
Tales for All The Christmas Martian (1971) The Outlaw League (2014) 43 years 24
Star Wars Star Wars (May 25, 1977) Rogue Squadron (December 22, 2023) 46 years, 6 months 13
The Muppets The Muppet Movie (May 31, 1979) Muppets Haunted Mansion (October 8, 2021)[29] 42 years, 4 months 14
Rocky Rocky (November 21, 1976) [30] Creed II (November 21, 2018)[31] 42 years 8
Feluda Sonar Kella (27 December 1974) Double Feluda (16 December 2016) 41 years, 11 months 11
Scooby-Doo Scooby Goes Hollywood (December 23, 1979)[32] Straight Outta Nowhere: Scooby-Doo! Meets Courage the Cowardly Dog (September 14, 2021.)[33] 41 years, 8 months 46
Winnie the Pooh The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh (March 11, 1977) Christopher Robin (August 3, 2018)[34] 41 years, 3 months 6
Night of the Living Dead Night of the Living Dead (October 1, 1968) Survival of the Dead (September 9, 2009) 40 years, 11 months 6
Doraemon Doraemon: Nobita's Dinosaur (15 March 1980) Stand by Me Doraemon 2 (20 November 2020)[35] 40 years, 8 months 40
Gamera Gamera, the Giant Monster (November 27, 1965) Gamera the Brave (April 29, 2006) 40 years, 5 months 12
Mothra Mothra (July 30, 1961) Godzilla, Mothra and King Ghidorah: Giant Monsters All-Out Attack (December 15, 2001) 40 years, 4 months 11
Sjors & Sjimmie Sjors van de Rebellenclub (July 25, 1955) Sjors en Sjimmie en het Zwaard van Krijn (July 14, 1977) 22 years, 2 months 7
Halloween Halloween (October 25, 1978) Halloween Ends (October 14, 2022) 43 years, 11 months 12
Star Trek Star Trek: The Motion Picture (December 7, 1979) Star Trek Beyond (July 22, 2016)[36] 36 years, 7 months 13
Alien Alien (May 25, 1979) [37] Alien: Covenant (May 19, 2017) [38][39] 37 years, 11 months 6
Middle-earth The Hobbit (November 27, 1977) The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies (11 December 2014) 37 years 9
Children of the Corn Children of the Corn (March 9, 1984) Children of the Corn (October 23, 2020) 36 years, 7 months 11
Herbie The Love Bug (December 24, 1968) Herbie: Fully Loaded (June 22, 2005) 36 years, 5 months 6
Philip Marlowe The Falcon Takes Over (May 29, 1942) The Big Sleep (13 March 1978) 35 years, 9 months 10
My Little Pony My Little Pony: The Movie (June 6, 1986) My Little Pony: A New Generation (September 24, 2021) 35 years, 3 months 5
Carry On Carry On Sergeant (31 August 1958)[40] Carry On Columbus (2 October 1992) 34 years, 1 month 31
Vacanze di Natale Vacanze di Natale (1983) Un Natale al Sud (2016) 33 years
Transformers The Transformers: The Movie (August 8, 1986)[41] BumbleBee (December 21, 2018) 32 years, 4 months 6
Puppet Master Puppet Master (October 12, 1989)[42] Blade: The Iron Cross (2020) 30 years, 8 months 14
National Lampoon's Vacation National Lampoon's Vacation (July 29, 1983) Vacation (July 29, 2015)[43] 32 years 6
Dragon Ball Dragon Ball: Curse of the Blood Rubies (December 20, 1986) Dragon Ball Super: Broly (December 14, 2018) 31 years, 11 months
Predator Predator (June 12, 1987) Prey (September 14, 2018) 35 years, 1 month 5
Uuno Turhapuro Uuno Turhapuro(24 August 1973) Uuno Turhapuro – This Is My Life (10 September 2004) 31 years
Tremors Tremors (January 19, 1990) Tremors: Shrieker Island (October 20, 2020) .[44][45][46] 30 years, 9 months 7
The Howling The Howling (March 13, 1981) The Howling: Reborn (October 18, 2011) 30 years, 7 months
Child’s Play Child's Play (November 9, 1988) Child's Play (June 21, 2019) 30 years, 7 months
Hellraiser Hellraiser (September 10, 1987) Hellraiser (October 7, 2022) 35 years 11
Witchcraft Witchcraft (November 1988) Witchcraft XVI: Hollywood Coven (2018) 30 years 16
Shake, Rattle & Roll Shake, Rattle & Roll (December 25, 1984) Shake, Rattle & Roll XV (December 25, 2014) 30 years
Apartment Wife Apartment Wife: Affair In the Afternoon (November 20, 1971) Apartment Wife: Moans from Next Door (June 1, 2001) 29 years, 6 months
Debbie Does Dallas Debbie Does Dallas (1978) Debbie Loves Dallas (2008) 29 years
Tom and Jerry Tom and Jerry: The Movie (October 1, 1992) Tom & Jerry: The Movie (February 10, 2021) 28 years, 4 months
Crayon Shin-chan Crayon Shin-chan: Action Mask vs. Leotard Devil (July 24, 1993) Crayon Shin-chan: Shrouded in Mystery! The Flowers of Tenkazu Academy (July 30, 2021) 28 years
Mr. Moto Think Fast, Mr. Moto (August 1937)[47] The Return of Mr. Moto (1965) 28 years
The Land Before Time The Land Before Time (November 18, 1988) The Land Before Time XIV: Journey of the Brave (February 2, 2016) 27 years, 2 months 14
Sniper Sniper (January 29, 1993) Sniper: Assassin's End (June 16, 2020) 27 years, 4 months
Taboo Taboo(March 7, 1980) Taboo 23 (2007) 27 years
Leprechaun Leprechaun (January 8, 1993) Leprechaun Returns (December 11, 2018) 25 years, 11 months 8
Rin Tin Tin The Man from Hell's River (May 1922) The Return of Rin Tin Tin (November 1, 1947)[48][49][50] 25 years, 6 months
The Waltons The Homecoming: A Christmas Story (December 19, 1971) A Walton Easter (April 27, 1997) 25 years, 4 months
Enteng Kabisote Okay Ka, Fairy Ko!: The Movie (1991) Enteng Kabisote 10 and the Abangers (November 30, 2016) 25 years
The Rockford Files Backlash of the Hunter (March 27, 1974) If It Bleeds, It Leads (April 20, 1999) 25 years
View Askewniverse Clerks (October 19, 1994) Clerks III (September 13, 2022) 27 years, 10 months
Ugo Fantozzi Fantozzi (1975) Fantozzi 2000 – La clonazione (1999) 24 years
Case Closed Case Closed: The Time Bombed Skyscraper (April 19, 1997) Detective Conan: The Scarlet Bullet (April 16, 2021) [51][52] 23 years, 11 months
Pokémon Pokémon The First Movie: Mewtwo Strikes Back (July 18, 1998)[53] Pokémon the Movie: Secrets of the Jungle (December 25, 2020) [54] 22 years, 5 months 24
Mission: Impossible Mission: Impossible (May 22, 1996) Mission: Impossible – Fallout (July 27, 2018)[55] 22 years, 2 months 7
Road to ... Road to Singapore (March 14, 1940) The Road to Hong Kong (March 1962) 22 years 7
Whispering Corridors Whispering Corridors (May 30, 1998) The Humming (2020) 22 years
The Ring Ring (August 11, 1995) The Ring: Rebirth (February 3, 2017) 21 years, 5 months 13
Faces of death Faces of Death (November 10, 1978) Faces of Death: Fact or Fiction? (1999) 21 years
Khiladi Khiladi (5 June 1992) Khiladi 786 (7 December 2012) 20 years, 6 months
Troublesome Night Troublesome Night (10 May 1997) Always Be with You (October 26, 2017) 20 years, 5 months
Universal Soldier Universal Soldier (July 10, 1992) Universal Soldier: Day of Reckoning (October 25, 2012) 20 years, 3 months
X-Men X-Men (July 14, 2000) The New Mutants (August 28, 2020) 20 years, 1 month 13
Camp Blood Camp Blood (April 4, 2000) Children of Camp Blood (2020) 20 years 11
Digimon Digimon Adventure: Our War Game! (March 4, 2000)[56] Digimon Adventure: Last Evolution Kizuna (February 21, 2020)[57] 19 years, 11 months 19
Ju-On Ju-On: The Curse (11 February 2000) The Grudge (January 3, 2020) 19 years, 10 months
Fast & Furious The Fast and the Furious (June 22, 2001) Fast & Furious 9 (May 19, 2021)[58] 19 years, 10 months 10
Resident Evil Resident Evil (March 21, 2002) Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City (November 19, 2021) 19 years, 7 months 7
One Piece One Piece: The Movie (March 4, 2000) One Piece: Stampede (August 9, 2019) 19 years, 5 months
Philo Vance The Canary Murder Case (February 16, 1929) Philo Vance's Secret Mission (August 30, 1947) 18 years, 6 months
00 Schneider 00 Schneider – Jagd auf Nihil Baxter (1994) 00 Schneider – Im Wendekreis der Eidechse (2013) 18 years
Wangan Midnight Wangan Midnight (1991) Wangan Midnight: The Movie (2009) 18 years
Kinnikuman Kinnikuman (July 14, 1984) Muscle Ginseng Competition! The Great Choujin War (July 20, 2002) 18 years
Wizarding World Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone (10 November 2001)[59] Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets Of Dumbledore (April 15, 2022) 20 years, 5 months 11
Scream Scream (December 20, 1996) Scream (January 14, 2022) 25 years 5
Planet of the Apes Planet of the Apes (February 8, 1968) War for the Planet of the Apes (July 10, 2017) 49 years, 5 months 9

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