Transformers: Age Of Extinction Is Most Profitable Movie Of 2014

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Transformers: Age of Extinction was the most valuable film of 2014, according to calculations made by Deadline.

The site's number crunchers estimate that the film netted a profit of roughly $250.155 million, edging out American Sniper, which profited $242.58 million.

Their list of 20 most valuable films includes other comics based tentpoles like Guardians of the Galaxy, Big Hero 6, Captain America: The Winter Soldier, and X-Men: Days of Future Past.

See the full top 20 list below (profits are in millions):

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1. Transformers: Age Of Extinction – $250.155

2. American Sniper – $242.58

3. The Lego Movie – $229.008

4. The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 – $211.609

5. Guardians of the Galaxy – $204.2

6. Maleficent – $190.77

7. Big Hero 6 – $187.339

8. Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes – $182.179

9. Captain America: The Winter Soldier – $166.224

10. 22 Jump Street – $144.476

11. Neighbors – $136.05

12. Gone Girl – $129.99

13. How to Train Your Dragon 2 – $107.337

14. The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies – $103.379

15. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles – $81.31

16. X-Men: Days Of Future Past – $77.384

17. Divergent – $71.868

18. The Amazing Spider-Man 2 – $70.377

19. Godzilla – $52.477

20. Interstellar – $47.161

Transformers: Age of Extinction introduced the Dinobots to the film franchise, and managed to draw director Michael Bay bac for a fourth outing, despite his previously saying he would not return. Bay playing that song again, in regards to a return for a fifth film, but only time will tell for sure.