List of highest-grossing films in Malaysia

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The statistics on international films' Box Office in Malaysia has started in 2008. Box Office Mojo is the only website that provides the box office numbers for international films released in Malaysia. However, this does not include the numbers for local films.[1] For top local films gross, please view Cinema of Malaysia. Box Office - Yahoo! Malaysia and Cinema Online Malaysia are two current websites that show the ranking of films weekly inclusive of local films, but not providing any box office number.[2] Golden Screen Cinemas (GSC) also provide only the ranking of both local and international films weekly, based on the popularity at its own cinema theatres. The ranking can be accessed at the right bottom corner of GSC's website.

Highest-grossing local films in Malaysia[edit]

Below is the list of top 10 highest-grossing local films ever in Malaysia.

List of grossing local films[edit]

As of August 2017, Abang Long Fadil 2 is currently the highest-grossing local film of all time in Malaysia and the only film to gross above RM 18.00 million.

Highest-grossing Malaysian films (all languages)
Rank Movie Year Studio Nett Gross (RM)[3]
1 Abang Long Fadil 2 August 2017 Skop Productions & Astro Shaw 18.15 million
2 Polis EVO September 2015 Astro Shaw 17.74 million
3 Munafik February 2016 Skop Productions 17.04 million
4 The Journey January 2014 Astro Shaw 16.87 million
5 BoBoiBoy: The Movie March 2016 Animonsta Studios 16.77 million
6 Ola Bola January 2016 Astro Shaw 16.67 million
7 KL Special Force March 2018 Skop Productions 12.1 million
8 KL Gangster June 2011 Skop Productions 11.74 million
9 Ombak Rindu December 2011 Astro Shaw 10.90 million
10 Dukun April 2018 Astro Shaw 10.00 million[4]

Highest-grossing international films in Malaysia[edit]

Below is the list of top 10 highest-grossing international films ever in Malaysia.

  • Note: All grosses are based on the final week of the film in local theatres and taken in estimation of local currency, as different rates between USD and Ringgit Malaysia applied every week.

List of grossing international films[edit]

As of May 2016, Furious 7 is currently the highest-grossing international film of all time in Malaysia and holds several records - highest-grossing film in 2015, highest opening records of all time and the only film to gross above RM 60 million.

As of 2017, The Fate of the Furious has taken over as having the highest opening weekend of all time in 2017.

Rank Film Gross (RM) Year
1 Furious 7 60,659,547 2015
2 Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle 55,340,649 2017
3 The Fate of the Furious 52,052,497 2017
4 Avengers: Age of Ultron 51,190,838 2015
5 Jurassic World 48,511,938 2015
6 Iron Man 3 45,268,519 2013
7 Transformers: Age of Extinction 44,081,548 2014
8 Captain America: Civil War 43,381,100 2016
9 Transformers: Dark of the Moon 34,661,020 (37,252,441)^ 2011
10 Transformers: The Last Knight 34,363,646 2017
11 The Avengers 33,983,208 2012
12 Thor: Ragnarok 32,473,652 2017
13 Fast & Furious 6 31,462,780 2013
14 Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice 30,450,300 2016
15 The Amazing Spider-Man 2 29,893,163 2014
16 Ant-Man 29,639,008 2015
17 Thor: The Dark World 29,541,110 2013
18 Spiderman: Homecoming 28,692,862 2017
19 The Mermaid 28,523,000 2016
20 Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen 28,154,004 2009
21 Star Wars: The Force Awakens 27,529,999 2015
22 IT 27,206,291 2017
23 Captain America: The Winter Soldier 27,083,626 2014
24 Avatar 26,581,739^^ 2009/2010
25 Ip Man 3 26,569,100 2015
26 San Andreas 25,508,810 2015
27 2012 25,317,483 2009
28 Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation 25,124,472 2015
29 The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies 24,123,320 2014
30 Beauty and the Beast 23,713,812 2017
31 Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials 23,505,517 2015
32 The Mummy 23,457,101 2017
33 The Jungle Book 23,081,100 2016
34 Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 22,855,494 2017
35 Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb 22,436,465 2014
36 Big Hero 6 22,300,566 2014
37 Spectre 22,194,776 2015
38 The Amazing Spider-Man 21,993,313 2012
39 G.I. Joe: Retaliation 21,459,840 2013
40 Minions 21,409,466 2015
41 X-Men: Days of Future Past 21,110,400 2014
42 Terminator Genisys 20,825,069 2015
43 Man of Steel 20,653,640 2013
44 Deadpool 21,489,100 2016
45 Pirates of the Caribbean: Salazar's Revenge 20,614,402 2017
46 Maleficent 20,529,879 2014
47 xXx: The Return of Xander Cage 20,372,356 2017
48 Skyfall 20,325,814 2012
49 CZ12 20,278,439 2012
50 Battleship 19,999,042 2012
51 Robocop 19,292,658 2014
52 Godzilla 19,286,434 2014
53 Guardians of the Galaxy 19,000,633 2014
54 The Maze Runner 18,796,654 2014
55 Kingsman: The Secret Service 18,622,212 2015
56 Kung Fu Panda 2 18,048,666 2011
57 The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug 17,926,377 2013
58 Annabelle 17,699,207 2014

^ Note 1: Transformers: Dark of the Moon grossed RM34,661,020 but due to the exchange rates, United International Pictures claimed that the film banked in a total of RM37,252,441.

^^ Note 2: Including the total gross of re-release of special edition.

  • Note 3: Films that are currently running in theaters nationwide.

Highest opening weekend films in history[edit]

Rank Film Gross (RM) Year
1 The Fate of the Furious 27,583,484 2017
2 Furious 7 26,623,534^ 2015
3 Transformers: Age of Extinction 21,421,683 2014
4 Captain America: Civil War 19,890,000 (estimate) 2016
5 Avengers: Age of Ultron 19,351,790^^ 2015
6 Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice 16,500,000 (estimate) 2016
7 Spiderman: Homecoming 15,103,803 2017
8 The Amazing Spider-Man 2 14,947,576 2014
9 Thor: Ragnarok 14,829,752 2017
10 Transformers: Dark of the Moon 14,799,941^^^ 2011
11 Iron Man 3 14,263,206^^^ 2013
12 Fast & Furious 6 13,310,553 2013
13 Transformers: The Last Knight 13,192,793 2017
14 Deadpool 12,390,814 2016
15 Star Wars: The Force Awakens 11,652,772 2015
16 Captain America: The Winter Soldier 11,650,329 2014
17 Thor: The Dark World 11,460,528 2013
18 Kingsman: The Golden Circle 11,431,578 2017
19 Godzilla 10,916,373 2014
20 Beauty and the Beast 10,918,147 2017
21 The Mummy 10,821,377 2017
22 G.I. Joe: Retaliation 10,153,634 2013
23 Spectre 10,122,318 2015
24 The Amazing Spider-Man 10,107,973 2012
25 Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation 10,063,585 2015
26 The Avengers 10,050,983 2012
27 X-Men: Days of Future Past 9,967,602 2014
28 Man of Steel 9,882,898 2013
29 Ant-Man 9,771,329 2015
30 The Mermaid 9,622,081 2016
31 Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 9,551,203 2017
32 The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies 9,204,177 2014
33 Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen 9,002,082 2009
34 Guardians of the Galaxy 8,787,173 2014
35 The Jungle Book 8,763,589 (estimate) 2016
36 Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials 8,506,608 2015
37 San Andreas 8,351,271 2015
38 Minions 8,277,072 2015

^ Note 1: Furious 7 grossed RM20,769,458 on its opening weekend from Thursday to Sunday. However, if include sneak previews from 9pm onward on Wednesday, it opened to a total of RM26,623,534.

^^ Note 2: Avengers: Age of Ultron grossed RM17,876,018 on its opening weekend from Thursday to Sunday. If include sneak previews from Wednesday midnight onward, it opened to RM19,351,790.

^^^ Note 3: Iron Man 3 was considered to have higher opening weekend as it was a 3-day opening weekend compared to Transformers: Dark of the Moon 4-day opening weekend. The list ranks the films according to the total gross of opening weekend regardless of total days of opening weekend.

List of highest grossing Tamil films[edit]

Below are the rankings of the highest-grossing Tamil-language films in Malaysia. This list not include other Indian language films, like Bollywood or Telugu films.

Rank Film Genre Gross (USD) Year
1 Kabali Mobster Drama 3,100,960 2016
2 Enthiran Science Fiction 2,904,973 2010
3 Mersal Action 2,796,920 2017
4 Sivaji Action Masala 2,435,416 2007
5 Vedalam Action 2,010,456 2015
6 I Sci-fi 1,942,912 2015
7 Kaththi Action 1,889,629 2014
8 Dasavatharam Science Fiction 1,874,705 2008
9 Singam 2 Action Masala 1,748,382 2013
10 Thuppakki Action-thriller film 1,732,792 2012
11 Baahubali 2: The Conclusion Epic-Fantasy 1,714,705 2017
12 Lingaa Action 1,673,983 2014
13 Kanchana 2 Horror Comedy 1,586,048 2015
14 Theri Action-thriller 1,497,452 2016
15 Arrambam Action 1,487,985 2013
16 Singam Action Masala 1,471,508 2010
17 Bairavaa Action 1,462,385 2017
18 Vivegam Action-Drama 1,463,070 2017
19 Iru Mugan Action-Sci -fi 1,456,618 2016
20 Vettaikaran Masala 1,329,428 2009
21 Aadhavan Action Massala 1,309,898 2008
22 Thalaivaa Mobster 1,287,486 2013
23 Yennai Arindhaal Neo-Noir Crime-Drama 1,265,894 2015
24 Mass Horror comedy 1,197,226 2015
25 Anjaan Mobster 1,190,388 2014
26 Si3 Action 1,169,864 2017
27 Velaiilla Pattadhari Comedy Drama 1,153,188 2014
28 Maattrraan Science Fiction 1,124,812 2012
29 24 Science Fiction 1,127,259 2016
30 Mankatha Black Comedy Action-Heist 1,104,911 2011
31 Puli Fantasy 1,109,602 2015
32 Aranmanai 2 Horror Comedy 1,078,789 2016
33 Velayutham Action 1,077,658 2011
34 7aum Arivu Science Fiction-Martial Art Films 1,068,841 2011
35 Ayan Action Comedy 1,046,027 2009

^ Note : Kabali which released in an all-time record number of 133 screens in Malaysia has taken a historical opening in Malaysia. The movie has collected 6,642,913 MYR in just 3 days. It's the highest opening weekend gross for any Indian movie in Malaysia but it broke after a year gap by Thalapathy Vijay starrer Mersal by collected 7,280,869 million MYR. However, Kabali and Mersal failed to beat the all-time highest-grossing box office collection of Dilwale (Bollywood) in Malaysia, where Dilwale grossed RM14,640,535 (US$3,748,696).[5]

Year to year international films box office in Malaysia[edit]

For list of highest-grossing local production films in history: Highest-grossing local production films.

The historical box office record in Malaysia was made by Furious 7 in April 2015, which held the 4-day opening record of RM26,623,534 and the highest-grossing film of RM60,659,547. In 2012, while The Avengers broke the best Friday opening day gross of all time, it was unable to break Transformers: Dark of the Moon 4-day weekend opening record gross, making RM10,050,983 from 26–29 April 2012.[6] On 28 April 2014, Iron Man 3 broke a new 3-day opening record by grossing RM14,263,206. The film later surpassed Transformers: Dark of the Moon to be the highest-grossing film of all time, earning a gross of RM45,268,519[7] until Furious 7 took the crown after becoming the first film to gross over RM50 million. Transformers: Dark of the Moon was the first film to break USD $10 million in Malaysia - $10,881,761. The film was retained in the cinema for 15 weeks.[8][9]

Year 2007[edit]

Transformers grossed more than $5 million in cinemas. It was retained in cinemas for a total of 14 weeks.

Rank Release Date Film Title Gross (RM)
1 28 Jun Transformers 16,651,000
2 1 May Spider-Man 3 15,398,800
3 24 May Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End 12,444,300
4 15 Jul Ghost Rider 8,720,420
5 9 Aug Rush Hour 3 8,113,060
6 15 Jun Sivaji 7,574,460
7 27 Dec Aliens vs. Predator: Requiem 7,451,510
8 12 Jul Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix 7,377,420
9 22 Mar Mr. Bean's Holiday 6,993,870
10 20 Dec National Treasure: Book of Secrets 6,936,120
  • Note: Total gross are retrieved based on estimation from Box Office Mojo.
Rank Release Date Film Gross ($USD)
1 15 Jun Sivaji 2,435,416
2 8 Nov Billa 982,059
3 8 Nov Vel 868,850
4 14 Dec Azhagiya Tamil Magan 756,334
5 12 Jan Pokkiri 650,000
6 14 Apr Unnale Unnale 250,905
7 28 Sep Malaikottai 173,125
8 7 Sep Marudhamalai 123,609
9 20 Jul Kireedam 103,521
10 10 Aug Arya 91,389

Year 2008[edit]

The top film in Malaysia for year 2008 was CJ7 Cheung Gong 7 Hou which grossed RM11,715,385. This was the only year when a non-Hollywood movie became the highest-grossing film in Malaysia.[10]

Rank Release Date Film Title Gross (RM)
1 7 Feb CJ7 11,715,385
2 6 Nov Quantum of Solace 11,496,806
3 31 Jul The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor 11,388,032
4 30 Apr Iron Man 11,226,006
5 17 Jul The Dark Knight 9,350,711
6 22 May Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull 9,174,836
7 13 Nov Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa 9,125,635
8 6 Jun Kung Fu Panda 9,030,498
9 15 May The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian 8,954,936
10 17 Apr The Forbidden Kingdom 8,642,787
Rank Film Gross ($USD)
1 CJ7 3,695,033
2 The Forbidden Kingdom 2,662,783
3 Kung Fu Dunk 1,858,974
4 Ah Long Pte Ltd 1,378,946
5 Money No Enough 2 1,342,065
6 Three Kingdoms: Resurrection of the Dragon 670,030
7 Red Cliff: Part 1 645,025
8 Painted Skin 626,440
9 Long Tor Tai 520,711
10 Art of the Devil 3 393,914
Rank Release Date Film Gross ($USD)
1 12 Jun Dasavatharam 1,721,109
2 13 Nov Vaaranam Aayiram 796,297
3 1 May Kuruvi 754,201
4 31 Jul Kuselan 569,967
5 23 Oct Aegan 486,419
6 17 Jan Bheema 483,854
7 31 Jan Indiralohathil Na Azhagappan 451,753
8 28 Aug Dhaam Dhoom 347,297
9 14 Aug Sathyam 266,702
10 30 Oct Seval 247,934

Year 2009[edit]

In 2009, Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen topped the box office, grossing RM28,154,004, which was a record in Malaysia box office. It was latter surpassed by its own sequel, Transformers: Dark of the Moon in 2011.[11]

Rank Release Date Film Title Studio Gross (RM)
1 24 Jun Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen United International Pictures 28,154,004
2 17 Dec Avatar 20th Century Fox 26,581,739
3 12 Nov 2012 Sony Pictures 25,317,483
4 28 May Terminator Salvation Sony Pictures 13,684,170
5 2 Apr Fast & Furious United International Pictures 10,474,751
6 21 May Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian 20th Century Fox 10,089,399
7 6 Aug G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra United International Pictures 9,880,034
8 2 Jul Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs 20th Century Fox 8,649,171
9 16 Jul Harry Potter and the Half-Blooded Prince Warner Brothers 8,310,303
10 2 Jul X-Men Origins: Wolverine 20th Century Fox 8,210,239
Rank Film Gross ($USD)
1 The Storm Warriors 1,891,453
2 All's Well, Ends Well 2009 1,655,109
3 Where Got Ghost? 1,515,577
4 Shinjuku Incident 1,112,234
5 Bodyguards and Assassins 997,751
6 Red Cliff 920,257
7 Love Matters 874,663
8 Haeundae 847,853
9 The Wedding Game 829,474
10 The Treasure Hunter 741,811
Rank Release Date Film Gross ($USD)
1 17 Dec Vettaikaaran 1,329,618
2 15 Oct Aadhavan 1,229,428
3 20 Aug Kanthaswamy 1,077,658
4 2 Apr Ayan 1,046,027
5 15 Jan Villu 639,236
6 5 Feb Naan Kadavul 380,756
7 15 Oct Peranmai 194,835
8 14 May Sarvam 116,299
9 28 May Thoranai 103,480
10 5 Mar 1977 66,013

Year 2010[edit]

In year 2010, the top film was Avatar, which made RM26,159,953 including RM1,123,320 of its 3D-reissued on 25 August 2010. Not counting the re-released version, the original film was one of the film that was retained the most longest in cinema, for a total of 29 weeks.[12][13]

Rank Release Date Film Title Studio Gross (RM)
1 29 Apr Iron Man 2 United International Pictures 15,176,953
2 10 June The Karate Kid Sony Pictures 13,460,360
3 9 Dec The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader 20th Century Fox 12,734,700
4 1 Apr Clash of the Titans Warner Brothers 12,502,677
5 27 May Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time Walt Disney Pictures 12,283,284
6 1 Oct Enthiran Sun Pictures 12,268,732
7 4 March Alice in Wonderland Walt Disney Pictures 11,562,895
8 29 Apr Ip Man 2 Golden Screen Cinemas 11,414,916
9 10 Sep Resident Evil: Afterlife Sony Pictures 11,061,721
10 18 Nov Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 1 Warner Brothers 10,943,856
Rank Film Gross ($USD)
1 Ip Man 2 3,488,158
2 Legend of the Fist: The Return of Chen Zhen 2,049,033
3 72 Tenants of Prosperity 1,885,887
4 Little Big Soldier 1,512,361
5 The Child's Eye 1,487,116
6 All's Well, Ends Well 1,172,656
7 14 Blades 1,007,827
8 Yuet Gwong Bo Hup 910,000
9 Detective Dee and the Mystery of the Phantom Flame 887,808
10 The Legend Is Born – Ip Man 873,806
Rank Release Date Film Gross ($USD)
1 30 Sep Enthiran 3,048,246
2 27 May Singam 1,471,508
3 17 Jun Raavanan 906,396
4 23 Dec Manmadan Ambu 653,942
5 14 Jan Aayirathil Oruvan 443,008
6 1 Apr Paiyaa 434,202
7 4 Feb Asal 377,228
8 29 Apr Sura 297,497
9 22 Jul Thillalangadi 318,633
10 19 Aug Naan Mahaan Alla 302,309

Year 2011[edit]

The highest-grossing film was Transformers: Dark of the Moon that made RM34,661,020, which was one of the biggest record in Malaysia's film industry. It was also the only film that made over $10 million (USD) in 2011 and in Malaysia's Box Office history. Followed by this were Kung Fu Panda 2 and Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol grossing RM18,048,666 and RM17,297,093 respectively.[9] In 2012, The Avengers became the second film after Transformers: Dark of the Moon to earn more than $10 million (USD) in Malaysia's Box Office.

Rank Release Date Film Title Studio Gross (RM) Note
1 30 Jun Transformers: Dark of the Moon United International Pictures 34,661,020* Transformers: Dark of the Moon opened at RM14,799,941 for its first 4 days opening weekend and became the top opening weekend gross film for 2011 in Malaysia. It was also the top-grossing film of the year.[14]
2 26 May Kung Fu Panda 2 United International Pictures 18,048,666 Kung Fu Panda 2 is the highest-grossing animated film in Malaysia for the year 2011. It doubled the box office of Kung Fu Panda back in 2008.
3 15 Dec Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol United International Pictures 17,297,093
4 19 May Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides Walt Disney Pictures 16,566,061
5 5 May Fast Five United International Pictures 16,535,815
6 15 Sep Johnny English Reborn United International Pictures 16,430,754
7 13 Oct Real Steel Walt Disney Pictures 15,112,861
8 14 Jul Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2 Warner Brothers 13,681,954
9 18 Apr Thor United International Pictures 11,198,842 Actual ranking including local film KL Gangster put Thor at number 10, which grossed USD 4,321,809 (13,804,200).
10 2 Jun X-Men: First Class 20th Century Fox 10,628,635
  • Note: The final actual grossing of Transformers: Dark of the Moon was RM 37,252,441 (claimed by United International Pictures Malaysia), but the number was adjusted at week 14 release of the film due to difference in currency exchange, leading to official number of RM 34,661,020 stated in Box Office Mojo. Including local film KL Gangster which grossed about RM 12,978,352, it should be ranking #9 just above Thor.

Below are list of highest-grossing Chinese- / Cantonese-language films from overseas in Malaysia.

Rank Film Language Gross ($USD)
1 All's Well, Ends Well 2011[15] (Hong Kong) Cantonese 2,307,095
2 I Love Hong Kong (Hong Kong) Cantonese 2,237,346
3 Shaolin (film) (Hong Kong) Cantonese 2,207,445
4 The Sorcerer and the White Snake (Hong Kong) Mandarin 1,336,639
5 The Lost Bladesman (Hong Kong) Cantonese 1,335,682
6 The Ghosts Must Be Crazy (Singapore) Mandarin, Hokkien, English, Tamil and Malay 1,141,073
7 San Kei Hap Lui (China) Mandarin 1,128,343
8 Wu Xia/Dragon (China) Mandarin 843,606
9 A Chinese Ghost Story (China and Hong Kong) Mandarin 764,210
10 Wo Zhi Nu Run Xin 590,315
Rank Release Date Film Gross ($USD)
1 1 Sep Mankatha 1,104,911
2 25 Oct 7aum Arivu 1,068,841
3 15 Jan Kaavalan 733,169
4 13 Jan Siruthai 552,074
5 16 Jun Avan Ivan 528,597
6 23 Dec Rajapattai 370,550
7 25 Nov Mayakkam Enna 339,603
8 21 Apr Ko 281,481
9 7 Jul Venghai 191,088
10 14 Jul Deiva Thirumagal 104,740

Year 2012[edit]

In 2012, the top film was The Avengers which grossed RM33,983,208, followed by The Amazing Spider-Man, grossing RM21,993,313. On 8 July, The Amazing Spider-Man surpassed The Avengers (RM10,050,983) to score the best opening weekend this year with RM10,107,973.[16] However, The Avengers still scored the biggest Friday's single opening day gross of the year. Both are still unable to top Transformers: Dark of the Moon with advance ticketing sales and more addition of midnight shows.[17] The Avengers was retained in cinema for 15 weeks. On 22 July, The Dark Knight Rises[18] opened to RM6,972,371, which is more than double the debut of The Dark Knight, RM3,249,930 back in 2008.[19] The Dark Knight Rises was the second film retained the longest in cinema for 17 weeks while Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted was the animated film retained the longest in cinema for 24 weeks in 2012.

Rank Release Date Film Title Studio Gross (RM) Note
1 27 Apr The Avengers Walt Disney Pictures 33,983,028 The Avengers scored the second-best Friday's opening day in 2012 and became the top 4-day opening weekend gross for the year 2012 until it is surpassed by The Amazing Spider-Man. It is the second-best opening of all time in Malaysia for the films released by Walt Disney Pictures until the record was taken over by other MCU films.[20] In second week, The Avengers dropped by just 25.6%, grossing RM7,410,498 and became the highest-grossing film in 2012. At week 4 release in Malaysia, it became the second film to surpass USD $10 million in Malaysia.[21] It was retained in cinema for 15 weeks.
2 5 July The Amazing Spider-Man Sony Pictures Entertainment 21,993,313 Scored the highest opening weekend in 2012 surpassing The Avengers, The Amazing Spider-Man is the 2nd-highest-grossing film in Malaysia for the year 2012.
3 1 Nov Skyfall Sony Pictures Entertainment 20,325,814 Skyfall opened at RM7,595,365 during its first weekend to claim the third-highest opening weekend in 2012. Skyfall's overall gross surpassed Quantum of Solace's total gross of RM11,496,806. It was also the third film of the year to surpass RM20 million.
4 20 Dec CZ12 Golden Screen Cinemas 20,278,439 The first ever Chinese film to top the box office at #1 for three consecutive weeks.
5 12 April Battleship United International Pictures 19,999,042 Battleship opened at RM7,394,405 for its first 4 days opening weekend and became the fourth-highest opening weekend gross film for 2012.[22]
6 19 Jul The Dark Knight Rises Warner Brothers 17,477,430 The Dark Knight Rises opened at RM6,972,371, which doubled the opening weekend gross of its predecessor back in 2008. The opening weekend gross was already 66% of overall gross of The Dark Knight. Using the currency rates in 2012, box office of The Dark Knight Rises is 60% ahead of The Dark Knight, while 65% if using the currency rates in 2008. It was retained at IMAX theatre for 8 weeks, which was the longest record for any other films. As for normal halls, it was retained for 17 weeks, behind Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted's 24 weeks record.
7 24 May Men in Black 3 Sony Pictures Entertainment 16,055,988
8 16 Aug The Expendables 2 N/A 15,128,364 The Expendables doubled The Expendables total gross of RM6,518,821 back in 2010.
9 13 Dec The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey Warner Brothers 15,100,342 No box office record of The Lord of the Rings trilogy so no comparison could be done with The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey. It could be assumed that with 10 years of inflation, the latter grossed more than any of the trilogy.
10 19 Jan Journey 2: The Mysterious Island Warner Brothers 13,568,921 Journey 2: The Mysterious Island tripled the overall gross of Journey to the Center of the Earth back in 2008.
Rank Film Gross ($USD)
1 CZ12 6,533,781
2 Cold War 2,144,883
3 I Love Hong Kong 2012 1,869,065
4 The Viral Factor 1,798,028
5 All's Well, Ends Well 1,549,033
6 We Not Naughty 1,294,814
7 The Wedding Diary 1,258,537
8 Motorway 766,200
9 Ah Boys to Men 663,015
10 Fierce Wife: Final Episode 576,920
Rank Release Date Film Gross ($USD)
1 13 Nov Thuppakki 1,732,792
2 12 Oct Maattrraan 1,124,812
3 13 Jul Billa II 947,634
4 12 Jan Nanban 872,498
5 13 Nov Podaa Podi 482,864
6 12 Jan Vettai 431,769
7 14 Dec Neethaane En Ponvasantham 429,264
8 23 Dec Rajapattai 370,550[23]
9 14 Sep Sundarapandian 46,597

Year 2013[edit]

Both CZ12 and The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey continued their strength from last year holiday weekend to dominate the box office for several weeks consecutively. Heading into January, CZ12 broke record by becoming the second-highest-grossing Chinese film in Malaysia, earning RM20,278,439.[24] It is also the Jackie Chan's highest-grossing film in local box office. Meanwhile, The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey had grossed RM15,100,342. It was basically higher than The Lord of the Rings Trilogy. The top film of the year in Malaysia was Iron Man 3, grossing RM45,268,519. It had officially become the first film ever to gross over RM40 million.[25] This was followed by Fast & Furious 6 which grossed a total of RM31,462,780. On 26 April, Iron Man 3 broke the highest opening day record previously held by The Avengers. It also opened to RM14,263,206, which was the highest opening record for 3 days opening after advance ticketing showed a strong selling out.[26] On 4 July, Despicable Me 2 broke the highest opening weekend record for an animated film[27] which was previously held by Kung Fu Panda 2. The minion comedy opened to RM5,596,983 even after a strong RM1,098,734 limited sneak previews from its previous weekend, which was higher than Kung Fu Panda 2 's RM5,025,339 back in 2011. Meanwhile, directed by Malaysian director James Wan, The Conjuring is the highest-grossing horror film ever in Malaysia with RM11,800,000[28] until it was later surpassed by its own spin-off Annabelle in 2014.

Rank Release Date Film Title Studio Gross (RM) Note
1 26 Apr Iron Man 3 Walt Disney Pictures 45,268,519 Scored the best 3 days opening record of RM14,243,206 million, the second-highest opening weekend in comparison with gross, and the highest opening day surpassing The Avengers. * During its second weekend of release, it dropped only 42.3% and the cume had reached RM33,248,398, which was higher than Transformers: Dark of the Moon second weekend grossing of RM26,443,250.[29] On 19 May, Iron Man 3 surpassed Transformers: Dark of the Moon to become the highest-grossing film ever in Malaysia until the record was shattered by Furious 7.[7] The film was retained in cinema for 15 weeks.
2 23 May Fast & Furious 6 United International Pictures 31,462,780 Scored the second-highest opening weekend in 2013 with a total of RM13,310,553.[30] It was also the third film of the year to surpass RM 20 million and the fourth film to cross RM30 million.
3 31 Oct Thor: The Dark World Walt Disney Pictures 29,541,110 The sequel opened to a strong RM11,460,528 on its first weekend, scoring the third-highest opening weekend of the year.[31] It was also the third-highest-grossing film of the year, and grossed nearly 2.5 times higher than Thor (RM11,198,842) back in 2011.
4 28 Mar G.I. Joe: Retaliation United International Pictures 21,695,792 Became the fourth-best opening weekend of the year and it was the first film in 2013 to break RM 20 million.
5 13 June Man of Steel Warner Brothers 20,653,640 Opened to RM9,882,898 which was higher than The Dark Knight Rises's opening weekend of RM6,972,371. It was the highest opening weekend film ever for Warner Brothers in Malaysia[32] and the fourth-highest opening weekend film of the year until all records were taken by its sequel Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.
6 12 Dec The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug Warner Brothers 17,926,377 Smaug opened to a strong RM7,200,077, about a 34% increase over The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey in 2012.[33] On second weekend, Smaug dropped 60.1%, which was steeper than Journey's 52.3% last year. However, it was still 28.1% ahead of its predecessor at the same time frame which grossed RM10,125,911.
7 20 June World War Z United International Pictures 16,654,256
8 11 July Pacific Rim Warner Brothers 16,005,340
9 4 July Despicable Me 2 United International Pictures 15,737,168 Despicable Me 2 breaks the highest opening weekend record ever for any animation by grossing RM5,596,983. With the increasing popularity of minions, the sequel has already grossed 4 times higher than its predecessor Despicable Me's RM3,757,206 back in 2010.
10 25 July The Wolverine 20th Century Fox 12,083,818

Note: By comparing opening gross, Transformers: Dark of the Moon still hold the best opening weekend with RM 14.8 million while Iron Man 3 trailed behind with RM 13.8 million. However, with inflation and IMAX boost, Iron Man 3 could be considered scoring the best opening weekend since it had already grossed RM 13.8 million in just 3 days. The opening record for Transformers: Dark of the Moon was a 4 days opening record. All of the records were later surpassed by Transformers: Age of Extinction, Furious 7 and Avengers: Age of Ultron. Meanwhile, in terms of US dollar, Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters grossed less than Oz: The Great and Powerful.

Rank Film Gross ($USD)
1 Journey to the West: Conquering the Demons 3,192,253
2 Hotel Deluxe 2,191,991
3 I Love Hong Kong 1,824,376
4 The Wedding Diary 2 1,374,560
5 Ah Boys To Men - Part 2 1,150,585
6 Saving General Yang 1,039,709
7 Princess and the Seven Kung Fu Masters 930,716
8 Taxi! Taxi! 899,697
9 Ip Man: The Final Fight 728,764
10 The Tower 697,493
Rank Release Date Film Gross ($USD)
1 5 Jul Singam II 1,789,629
2 31 Oct Arrambam 1,497,452
3 8 Aug Thalaivaa 1,287,486
4 27 Sep Raja Rani 738,363
5 20 Dec Biriyani 683,609
6 6 Sep Varuthapadatha Valibar Sangam 539,369
7 1 Nov All in All Azhagu Raja 499,034
8 22 Nov Irandam Ulagam 421,122
9 1 May Ethir Neechal 406,486
10 18 Jul Maryan 326,902

Year 2014[edit]

Transformers: Age of Extinction is the highest-grossing film of the year with a stunning gross of RM44,081,548. The robots adventure broke all of its predecessors' opening records, earning RM21,421,683 on its first weekend of release. The total gross of box office on that weekend was RM22,800,872, marking the biggest opening weekend of the year in local box office and has once again proven how popular is Transformers franchise here. It is followed by The Amazing Spider-Man 2 with a tremendous gross of RM29,893,163. It scored the second-best opening weekend of the year, shattering the previous record held by Transformers: Dark of the Moon, grossing RM14,947,576, which was also a significant improvement over The Amazing Spider-Man's opening weekend of RM10,107,973. In third, Captain America: The Winter Soldier grossed a total of RM27,083,626, which was three times bigger than Captain America: The First Avenger back in 2011.

Rank Release Date Film Title Studio Gross (RM) Note
1 26 June Transformers: Age of Extinction United International Pictures 44,081,548 The autobots continued to show its popularity and strength by shattering all of the opening and total gross records of the previous three installments. It opened to RM21,421,683, the first film ever to open over RM20 million and a record of RM97,816 per screen average.[34] To compare, the box office sales of the movie was 72 percent more than Avatar, 55 percent more than Captain America: The Winter Soldier, 52 percent more than Thor: The Dark World and 27 percent more than The Avengers.[35] In comparison, it grossed 60% bigger than Transformers, 33% bigger than Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen and 12% more than Transformers: Dark of the Moon. It is the highest-grossing film of 2014.
2 1 May The Amazing Spider-Man 2 Sony Pictures Entertainment 29,893,163 It opened at RM14,947,576, which was the second-highest opening weekend in 2014 surpassing Transformers: Dark of the Moon.[36] On its second weekend, it dropped a steep 62.6% and 75.2% in second and third weekend as compared to its predecessor's 50.1% and 72.6%, suggesting that it was much more front loaded. With opening of nearly RM14.95 million, it was a disappointing run considering it closed RM15 million behind Iron Man 3 but it was still overall an increase of 37% from The Amazing Spider-Man back in 2012.
3 27 March Captain America: The Winter Soldier Walt Disney Pictures 27,083,626 The sequel grossed 3 times bigger than Captain America: The First Avenger and it opened to RM11,650,329 which was the third-highest opening weekend in 2014.[37]
4 18 Dec The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies Warner Brothers 24,123,320 The highest-grossing entry in The Hobbit (film series) and the only middle earth installment that grosses RM20 million and above.
5 25 Dec Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb 20th Century Fox 22,436,465
6 13 Nov Big Hero 6 Walt Disney Pictures 22,300,566 The highest-grossing animation in Malaysia.
7 22 May X-Men: Days of Future Past 20th Century Fox 21,110,400 It doubled the opening weekend of X-Men: First Class in 2011, grossing a total of RM9,967,602 during its opening weekend.[38] It also improved significantly from its predecessor which grossed a total of RM10,628,635.
8 29 May Maleficent Walt Disney Pictures 20,529,879 The highest-grossing fairy tale film released by Disney, bigger than all the installments of Pirates of the Caribbean.
9 30 Jan Robocop Sony Pictures Entertainment 19,292,658 The first film of the year to gross over RM10 million. It was #1 for two consecutive weeks but was surpassed by local production The Journey on its third week of release.
10 15 May Godzilla Warner Brothers 19,286,434 Scoring the fourth-best opening weekend in 2014 and grossed more than Emmerich's Godzilla in 1998.
11 31 Jul Guardians of the Galaxy Walt Disney Pictures 19,000,633 Guardians are not a well-known superheroes franchise locally, but its opening weekend of RM8,787,173 which was the sixth-largest of the year, considered impressive thanks to the branding of The Avengers.
12 11 Sep The Maze Runner 20th Century Fox 18,796,654
13 2 Oct Annabelle Warner Brothers 17,699,207 Annabelle opened to RM7,957,820 on its opening weekend after the success of The Conjuring in 2013.
14 7 Aug Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles United International Pictures 17,232,925
15 30 Jan The Journey Astro Shaw 17,160,000 On 23 Feb, local Chinese production The Journey has become the highest-grossing local film ever in Malaysia's box office, grossing a RM12.92 million, not only beating Robocop on that weekend, but also surpassing the record previously held by KL Gangster's RM11.74 million.[39] The film has grossed a total of RM17.16 million.[40] The records were then refurnished by other local productions - Munafik and Polis Evo but it still remains as the highest-grossing local Chinese film.
Rank Film Gross
1 Kaththi 1,748,382[41]
2 Lingaa 1,673,983[42]
3 Anjaan 1,190,388[43]
4 Velaiilla Pattadhari 1,153,188
5 Kochadaiiyaan 855,591[44]
6 Jilla 855,591[45]
7 Veeram [46] 818,391
8 Maan Karate 818,391[47]
9 Aranmanai 738,852
1o Poojai 669,593[48]

Year 2015[edit]

The three top films were Furious 7, Avengers: Age of Ultron and Jurassic World with each grossing above RM40 million for a combination total of RM160 million. Furious 7 surprised local box office by its outstanding performance, breaking all of the records held by Transformers and The Avengers franchise. It opened to RM20,769,458 on its opening weekend and RM26,623,534,[49] if inclusive of sneak previews beginning at 9pm on Wednesday. It is the highest-grossing film of the year with a shocking RM60,659,547, marking the first film to fly pass RM50 million in local box office history.[50] Avengers: Age of Ultron followed at #2, its opening weekend of RM17,816,018 was the second-highest opening weekend of the year and nearly doubled of The Avengers's opening weekend back in 2012.[51] Coming in third is Jurassic World with a RM48,511,938.

Rank Release Date Film Title Studio Gross (RM) Note
1 2 Apr Furious 7 United International Pictures 60,659,547 Furious 7 opened to RM20,769,458 on its opening weekend, beating the previous record holder Transformers: Age of Extinction. On its second week, it dropped 50.4%, grossing a total of RM47,392,755 which had already surpassed the overall gross of Fast & Furious 6 and Iron Man 3.[52] It was the first film to gross over RM50 million and the only film to gross over RM60 million in local box office history.
2 23 Apr Avengers: Age of Ultron Walt Disney Pictures 51,190,838 It doubled the opening weekend of Avengers (RM10,050,983) and it already earned more than double the total gross of its predecessor. It was the second film to earn over RM50 million together with Furious 7.
3 11 Jun Jurassic World United International Pictures 48,511,938
4 16 Jul Ant-Man Walt Disney Pictures 29,639,008
5 17 Dec Star Wars: The Force Awakens Walt Disney Pictures 27,529,999
6 24 Dec Ip Man 3 Fivestar Pictures 27,206,291 The highest-grossing foreign Chinese film and the highest-grossing entry in the Ip Man film series.
7 28 May San Andreas Warner Bros. 25,508,810
8 30 Jul Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation United International Pictures 25,124,472
9 10 Sep Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials 20th Century Fox 23,505,517
10 5 Nov Spectre Sony Pictures Entertainment 22,194,776
Rank Release Date Film Gross ($USD)
1 10 Nov Vedalam 2,058,439[53]
2 14 Jan I 1,910,456[54]
3 17 Apr Kanchana 2 1,586,048
4 29 May Masss 1,462,385
5 5 Feb Yennai Arindhaal 1,265,894
6 10 Oct Puli 1,109,602[55]
7 16 July Maari 1,018,748
8 27 Feb Kaaki Sattai 931,132
9 12 Feb Anegan 855,338
10 9 July Baahubali: The Beginning 839,584

Year 2016[edit]

  • As of 12 August 2016.
Rank Release Date Film Title Studio Gross (RM) Note
1 28 Apr Captain America: Civil War Walt Disney Pictures 43,381,100
2 24 Mar Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice Warner Bros. 30,450,300
3 11 Feb The Mermaid Sony Pictures Entertainment 28,214,290
4 7 Apr The Jungle Book Walt Disney Pictures 23,081,100
5 11 Feb Deadpool 20th Century Fox 21,489,100
6 4 Feb From Vegas to Macau III N/A 16,005,200
7 10 Mar Kung Fu Panda 3 20th Century Fox 14,407,000
8 14 Apr Train to Busan 13,994,500
9 22 July Kabali V Creations 13,864,501
10 12 May The Angry Birds Movie Sony Pictures Entertainment 13,377,800
Rank Film Gross
1 Kabali 3,100,960[56]
2 Theri 1,487,985[57]
3 Iru Mugan 1,197,226[58]
4 24 1,127,259[59]
5 Aranmanai 2 1,078,789[60]
6 Remo 990,433[61]
7 Rajini Murugan 855,591[62]
8 Kodi 624,954[63]
9 Kaashmora 513,097[64]
10 Dhilluku Dhuddu 483,595

Year 2017[edit]

  • As of 21 January 2018.
Rank Release Date Film Title Studio Gross (RM) Note
1 21 Dec Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle Sony Pictures Entertainment 54,089,433[65]
2 13 Apr The Fate of the Furious United International Pictures 52,052,497
3 22 Jun Transformers: The Last Knight United International Pictures 34,363,646
4 26 Oct Thor: Ragnarok Walt Disney Pictures 32,473,652
5 6 Jul Spiderman: Homecoming Sony Pictures Entertainment 28,692,862
6 30 Mar Beauty and the Beast Walt Disney Pictures 23,713,812
7 8 Jun The Mummy United International Pictures 23,457,101
8 27 Apr Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 Walt Disney Pictures 22,855,494
9 25 May Pirates of the Caribbean: Salazar's Revenge Walt Disney Pictures 20,614,402
10 26 Jan xXx: The Return of Xander Cage United International Pictures 20,372,356
Rank Release Date Film Gross ($USD)
1 18 Oct Mersal 2,796,920[66]
2 28 Apr Baahubali 2: The Conclusion (Tamil Only) 1,764,380[67]
3 24 Aug Vivegam 1,434,520[68]
4 9 Feb Si3 1,380,820[69]
5 14 Jan Bairavaa 1,169,864[69]
6 9 Mar Velaikkaran 1,158,350[70]
7 11 Aug Velaiilla Pattadhari 2 941,166[71]
8 14 Apr Shivalinga 670,539[72]
9 2 Feb Bogan 452,224[73]
10 21 Jul Vikram Vedha 422,820[74]

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