List of highest-grossing R-rated films

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This is a list of the highest-grossing R-rated films. An R-rated film is a film that has been assessed as having material which may be unsuitable for children under the age of 17 by the Motion Picture Association; the MPA writes "Under 17 requires accompanying parent or adult guardian". The R-rating applies to the United States, with similar ratings given in TV-MA for television and home-video releases, as well as other countries such as 18A in Canada and 15 or 18 in the United Kingdom. All lists in this article are unadjusted for inflation.

Highest-grossing R-rated films[edit]

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Todd Phillips, director of the Hangover trilogy and Joker, the latter holding the record for highest-grossing R-rated film of all time

The following are the top 50 highest grossing R-rated films of all time. Only Joker sits among the 50 highest grossing films of all time.

Rank Film Year Worldwide gross Ref.
1 Joker 2019 $1,074,458,282 [1][2]
2 Oppenheimer 2023 $960,238,660 [3]
3 Deadpool 2 2018 $785,896,609 [4]
4 Deadpool 2016 $782,612,155 [5]
5 The Matrix Reloaded 2003 $741,847,937 [6]
6 It 2017 $700,381,748 [7]
7 Detective Chinatown 3NA 2021 $686,257,563 [8]
8 Logan 2017 $619,021,436 [9]
9 The Passion of the Christ 2004 $612,054,428 [10]
10 The Hangover Part II 2011 $586,764,305 [11]
11 Fifty Shades of Grey 2015 $569,651,467 [12]
12 Ted 2012 $549,368,315 [13]
13 American Sniper 2014 $547,326,372 [14]
14 Detective Chinatown 2NA 2018 $544,068,574 [14]
15 The Revenant 2015 $532,938,302 [14]
16 The MermaidNA 2016 $525,018,479 [14]
17 Terminator 2: Judgment Day 1991 $515,390,883 [14]
18 Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba – The Movie: Mugen Train 2020 $507,127,293 [15]
19 Gladiator 2000 $503,162,313 [16]
20 Saving Private Ryan 1998 $485,035,085 [14]
21 The IntouchablesNA 2011 $484,857,330 [14]
22 Troy 2004 $483,152,040 [14]
23 It Chapter Two 2019 $473,093,228 [17]
24 The Hangover 2009 $465,487,583 [14]
25 The Matrix 1999 $465,377,200 [14]
26 Pretty Woman 1990 $463,406,268 [18]
27 Lucy 2014 $458,863,600 [19]
28 300 2007 $456,068,181 [20]
29 The Last Samurai 2003 $454,627,263 [21]
30 The Exorcist 1973 $441,306,145 [22]
31 John Wick: Chapter 4 2023 $440,146,694 [23]
32 A Star Is Born 2018 $434,888,866 [24]
33 Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines 2003 $433,371,112 [25]
34 The Matrix Revolutions 2003 $427,344,031 [26]
35 Bad Boys for Life 2020 $426,505,244 [27]
36 Django Unchained 2012 $425,368,238 [28]
37 Mad Max: Fury Road 2015 $415,261,382 [29]
38 Sex and the City 2008 $415,253,641 [30]
39 Kingsman: The Secret Service 2015 $414,351,546 [31]
40 The King's Speech 2010 $414,242,458 [32]
41 The Bodyguard 1992 $411,006,740 [33]
42 Kingsman: The Golden Circle 2017 $410,902,662 [34]
43 Prometheus 2012 $403,354,469 [35]
44 Enter the Dragon 1973 $400,000,000 [36]
45 The Wolf of Wall Street 2013 $392,000,694 [37]
46 1917 2019 $384,987,108 [38]
47 Fifty Shades Darker 2017 $381,545,846 [39]
48 True Lies 1994 $378,882,411 [40]
49 Slumdog Millionaire 2008 $377,910,544 [41]
50 Once Upon a Time in Hollywood 2019 $377,426,903 [42]

NANot American films, achieving less than 3% of their total gross in the United States and Canada.

Highest-grossing R-rated and TV-MA animated films[edit]

The following is a list of R-rated and TV-MA rated adult animated films that have surpassed $1 million at the box office. 2016 is the most frequent year with two films, and over two-thirds were released after the year 2000.

Rank Film Year Worldwide gross Ref.
1 Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba – The Movie: Mugen Train 2020 $506,523,013 [15]
2 Sausage Party 2016 $140,705,322 [43]
3 Evangelion: 3.0+1.0 Thrice Upon a TimeNA 2021 $93,763,012 [44]
4 South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut 1999 $83,137,603 [45]
5 Demon Slayer: Kimetsu No Yaiba - To the Swordsmith VillageNA 2023 $72,000,000 [46][47]
6 AkiraNA 1988 $49,000,000 [48]
7 Case Closed: The Phantom of Baker Street 2002 $24,387,667 [49]
8 The End of EvangelionNA 1997 $22,537,729 [50]
9 Pink Floyd – The WallNA 1982 $22,265,763 [51]
10 Fate/Stay Night: Heaven's Feel - III. Spring SongNA 2020 $20,150,000 [citation needed]
11 Heavy Metal 1981 $20,063,636 [52][53]
12 Fate/Stay Night: Heaven's Feel - II. Lost ButterflyNA 2019 $19,790,000 [54]
13 Fate/Stay Night: Heaven's Feel - I. Presage FlowerNA 2017 $17,422,935 [55]
14 Neon Genesis Evangelion: Death & RebirthNA 1997 $15,455,713 [56]
15 Waltz with BashirNA 2008 $13,912,289 [57]
16 A Scanner Darkly 2006 $7,659,918 [58]
17 Fullmetal Alchemist: The Sacred Star of MilosNA 2011 $7,579,282 [59]
18 American Pop 1981 $6,000,000 [60]
19 Anomalisa 2015 $5,706,168 [61]
20 Aqua Teen Hunger Force Colon Movie Film for Theaters 2007 $5,520,368 [62]
21 Made in Abyss: Dawn of the Deep Soul 2020 $4,971,635 [63]
22 Batman: The Killing Joke 2016 $4,462,034 [64]
23 Waking Life 2001 $3,176,880 [65]
24 SprigganNA 2017 $3,149,387 [66]
25 Cowboy Bebop: The MovieNA 2001 $3,007,903 [67]
26 RenaissanceNA 2006 $2,401,413 [68]
27 Resident Evil: DamnationNA 2012 $2,325,035 [69]
28 Ghost in the ShellNA[70] 1995 $2,287,714 [71][72][73]
29 AppleseedNA 2004 $1,650,432 [74]
30 Resident Evil: VendettaNA 2017 $1,596,320 [75][76]
31 Heavy Traffic 1974 $1,500,000 [77]
32 Berserk: The Golden Age Arc I - The Egg of the King 2012 $1,348,352 [78]
33 I Lost My BodyNA 2019 $1,136,431 [79]

NANot American films, achieving less than 3% of their total gross in the United States and Canada.

Highest-grossing R-rated films by year[edit]

 indicates films playing in theaters around the world in the week commencing 23 February 2024.
Year Title Worldwide gross Budget Ref.
1969 Easy Rider $16,900,000 $400,000 [80]
1970 M*A*S*H $30,000,000 $3,025,000 [81]
1971 The French Connection $26,300,000 $1,800,000 [82]
1972 The Godfather $86,300,000 $7,200,000 [83]
1973 The Exorcist $441,306,145 ($329,017,945) $11,000,000 [84]
1974 Blazing Saddles $45,200,000 $2,600,000 [85]
1975 One Flew over the Cuckoo's Nest $59,200,000 $400,000 [86]
1976 The Omen $60,922,980 $2,800,000 [87]
1977 Saturday Night Fever $237,113,184 $3,500,000 [88]
1978 National Lampoon's Animal House $120,091,123 $3,000,000 [89]
1979 Alien $101,718,022 $11,000,000 [90]
1980 The Blues Brothers $115,229,890 $30,000,000 [91]
1981 Stripes $85,297,000 $10,000,000 [92]
1982 An Officer and a Gentleman $129,795,554 $6,000,000 [93]
1983 Flashdance $92,921,203 $7,000,000 [94]
1984 Beverly Hills Cop $316,360,478 $15,000,000 [95]
1985 Rambo: First Blood Part II $300,400,432 $25,500,000 [96]
1986 Platoon $138,545,632 $6,000,000 [97]
1987 Fatal Attraction $320,145,693 $14,000,000 [98]
1988 Rain Man $354,825,435 $25,000,000 [99]
1989 Lethal Weapon 2 $227,853,986 $30,000,000 [100]
1990 Pretty Woman $463,406,268 $14,000,000 [101]
1991 Terminator 2: Judgment Day $520,884,847 $102,000,000 [102]
1992 The Bodyguard $411,006,740 $25,000,000 [103]
1993 Schindler's List $322,243,445 $22,000,000 [104]
1994 True Lies $378,882,411 $115,000,000 [105]
1995 Die Hard with a Vengeance $366,236,538 $90,000,000 [106]
1996 The Rock $335,062,621 $75,000,000 [107]
1997 Air Force One $315,156,409 $85,000,000 [108]
1998 Saving Private Ryan $482,349,603 $70,000,000 [109]
1999 The Matrix $465,343,787 $63,000,000 [110]
2000 Gladiator $460,583,960 $103,000,000 [111]
2001 Hannibal $351,692,268 $87,000,000 [112]
2002 8 Mile $242,875,078 $41,000,000 [113]
2003 The Matrix Reloaded $741,847,937 $150,000,000 [6]
2004 The Passion of the Christ $611,899,420 $30,000,000 [114]
2005 Wedding Crashers $288,467,645 $40,000,000 [115]
2006 The Departed $291,465,034 $90,000,000 [116]
2007 300 $456,068,181 $65,000,000 [117]
2008 Sex and the City $418,765,321 $65,000,000 [118]
2009 The Hangover $465,764,086 $35,000,000 [119][120]
2010 The King's Speech $410,867,243 $15,000,000 [32]
2011 The Hangover Part II $586,764,305 $80,000,000 [11]
2012 Ted $549,368,315 $50,000,000 [121]
2013 The Wolf of Wall Street $392,000,694 $100,000,000 [122]
2014 American Sniper $547,426,372 $59,000,000 [123]
2015 Fifty Shades of Grey $569,651,467 $40,000,000 [124]
2016 Deadpool $782,612,155 $58,000,000 [125]
2017 It $700,381,748 $35,000,000 [126][127][128]
2018 Deadpool 2 $734,546,611 $110,000,000 [129]
2019 Joker $1,074,251,311 $55,000,000 [130]
2020 Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba – The Movie: Mugen Train $506,523,013 $15,765,750 [15]
2021 Detective Chinatown 3NA $686,257,563 $116,630,000 [131]
2022 Bullet Train $239,141,352 $90,000,000 [132]
2023 Oppenheimer $950,670,582 $100,000,000 [133][134]
2024 The Beekeeper $149,645,000 $40,000,000 [135][136]

Timeline of highest-grossing R-rated films[edit]

Since 1953, ten films have held the record of highest-grossing R-rated film.

Title Released Record established Record-setting gross Ref.
Mom and Dad 1945 1956* $80,000,000 [137]
1969* $100,000,000
The Godfather 1972 1972 $243,862,778 [138]
The Exorcist 1973 1979** $329,017,945 [139]
Rain Man 1988 1988 $354,825,435 [140]
Pretty Woman 1990 1990 $463,406,268 [141]
Terminator 2: Judgment Day 1991 1991 $516,950,043 [142]
The Matrix Reloaded 2003 2003 $741,847,937 [143]
Deadpool 2016 2016 $782,612,155 [125]
Deadpool 2 2018 2018 $785,896,609 [125]
Joker 2019 2019 $1,074,251,311 [130]

*Mom and Dad was released in 1945, but reach $80M in 1955. Some estimates put its total gross by the end of the 1960s to be $100 million.

**The Godfather was overtaken by Jaws (rated PG) as the highest-grossing film of all-time in 1976. The Exorcist only overtook The Godfather on one of its many re-releases, beginning in 1976. It is not known on exactly which re-release The Exorcist surpassed The Godfather in worldwide gross, but in the United States and Canada it happened in 1979.

Top 20 highest grossing R-rated film series and franchises[edit]

Some of the listed franchises have also released films with other ratings. Only R-rated films are included here. Only franchises with at least two R-rated films are listed.

Highest-grossing R-rated film series and franchises (The films in each franchise can be viewed by selecting "show")
Rank Series Total worldwide box office No. of films Average of films Highest-grossing film

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

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