Top Ten family cars

Top ten family cars

Family cars-A family car is a car classification used in Europe to describe normally-sized cars. The name comes from the suitability of these cars to carry a whole family locally or onvacations. Most family cars are hatchbacks or sedans, although there are MPVs, estates and cabriolets with the same structure as with the other body style. The term covers two types of family cars.

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Top Interesting facts in the world

Interesting facts in the world

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Please note that some of the ‘facts’ below have been proven false myths. An example is the duck’s echo which does not echo (but proved that it does).

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Top 10 shopping malls in Europe

Top 10 shopping malls in Europe

Shopping malls have become a lot more than just shopping venues. It has become a modern version of the park as people flock to malls just to hang out and have fun. Anything and everything that you need can be found right in the malls.

That is why some companies have taken the time and money to develop huge tracts of land into modern shopping centers. Some may require more than a day just to tour the entire place. Here now is a list of the top 10 biggest malls in the world in terms of gross space available for leasing.

MEGA Belaya Dacha

Located: Moscow, Russia

Opened: 2006

Area: 214,000 sq. Meter

Shops: over 330

MEGA The Family Shopping Centre is a chain of shopping centres in Russia owned and operated by IKEA.Each MEGA brings together in one place over 150 tenants offering goods and services. Its anchor tenants include the IKEA store, a hypermarket and a DIY store.




Puerto Venecia

Located: Zaragoza, Spain

Opened: 2007

Area: 207,000 sq. meter

El Parque Comercial Puerto Venecia está situado en la ciudad de Zaragoza (España), en el barrio de La Paz (distrito de Torrero-La Paz). En 2010 obtuvo una mención en la categoría de «Nuevas fórmulas de comercio integrado» en los premios de la Asociación Española de Centros Comerciales.Tiene una superficie bruta alquilable de 83 000 m², que aumentó el 4 de octubre de 2012 hasta los 206 000 m².

Cuenta con más de 10 000 plazas de aparcamiento[actualizar] así como otros servicios y accesos desde el centro de la ciudad y regiones colindantes. Recibe unas 5 millones de visitas anuales[actualizar], y su horario de apertura es de 10h a 22h.




Shopping centre sud

Located: Wien, Austria

Opened: 1976

Area: 190,000 sq. Meter

Shops: 330

The Shopping City Süd (SCS) is a shopping centre located in Vösendorf and Wiener Neudorf, south of Vienna, Austria.

With a leasable area of 173,000 square metres, it is the biggest shopping mall in Austria. It contains over 330 shops and has around 4,500 employees.

In December 2007, the SCS was sold for €607 million to French real estate company Unibail-Rodamco, which also owns the Donauzentrum.




Westfield Stratford city

Located: London, UK

Opened: 2011

Area: 176,000 sq. Meter

Shops: over 250

Westfield Stratford City  is a shopping centre in Stratford, London. The centre opened on 13 September 2011. With a total retail floor area of 1,883,700 square feet (175,000 m2), it is one of the largest urban shopping centres in Europe. It is the third-largest shopping centre in the United Kingdom by retail space behind the MetroCentre and the Trafford Centre. Taking the surrounding shopping area into account, it is the largest urban shopping centre in the European Union in terms of size.


westfield stratford city


MEGA Family Shopping Centre – Khimki – Moscow Oblast

Located: Moscow, Russia

Opened: 2004

Area: 175,000 sq. Meter

Shops: Over 250

MEGA The Family Shopping Centre is a chain of shopping centres in Russia owned and operated by IKEA.Each MEGA brings together in one place over 150 tenants offering goods and services. Its anchor tenants include the IKEA store, a hypermarket and a DIY store.

At the moment there are 14 MEGA centres in Russia: 3 in Moscow, 2 in Saint Petersburg, and 1 each in Kazan, Nizhny Novgorod, Ekaterinburg, Novosibirsk, Rostov-on-Don, Adygea (near Krasnodar), Samara, Ufa, and Omsk. MEGA Belaya Dacha in Belaya Dacha, Kotelniki, Moscow oblast is the second largest shopping mall in Russia, the largest outside of Moscow and one of the largest in Europe.


MEGA Family Shopping Centre – Khimki – Moscow Oblast



Metro centre

Located: Newcastle, UK

Opened: 1986

Area: 174,000sq.m

Shops: 340 shops

The Intu Metrocentre, formerly MetroCentre and known on road signs as Metro Centre, is a shopping centre in Gateshead, Tyne and Wear, England.

Located in Dunston, Gateshead, on a former industrial site near to the River Tyne, the Metrocentre opened in stages, with the first phase opening on 28 April 1986 and the official opening on 14 October 1986. It has more than 340 shops occupying 2,000,000 square feet (190,000 m2) of retail floor space, making it the largest shopping and leisure centre in the UK Additional retail space is available in the adjoining Metro Retail Park and MetrOasis.


Marineda city

Located: Lacoruria, Spain

Opened: 2011

Area: 170,000 sq. meter

Marineda City can get very busy especially at the weekends so is best enjoyed during the week. It’s a great place to combine shopping with a spot of leisure with a choice of bowling,mini golf,cinemas,a children’s play area,an ice rink and karting not to mention the eating establishments and bars

Marineda city

Golden Babylon Rostokino

Located: Moscow, Russia

Opened: 2009

Area: 169,000sq.meter

Shops: 400 stores

With a total lettable area of some 168,000 m² Golden Babylon Rostokino is one of Europe’s largest shopping malls. Two metro stations are within a 15 minute walk and various bus and tram stops are situated directly in front of the premises. A shuttle bus service transports the customers between the shopping centre and four metro stations.


Golden Babylon Rostokino

Mega Teplyi Stan

Located: Moscow, Russia

Opened: 2002

Area: 155,000

It is a new concept for a shopping center. It offers shopping, leisure and comfort for the whole family.MEGA aims to set new standards in shopping for all visitors. MEGA wins the first place in trade sector and is the largest operator in the market, acclaimed as the best shopping center.

Mega Teplyi Stan

The Trafford Centre

Located: Manchester, UK

Opened: 1998

Area: 153,000sq.meter

The Trafford Centre is a large indoor shopping centre and leisure complex in Dumplington, Greater Manchester, England. Situated in the Metropolitan Borough of Trafford, the centre is situated close to the Trafford Park industrial estate and lies approximately five miles west of Manchester city centre. The Trafford Centre opened in 1998 and is the second largest shopping centre in the United Kingdom by retail size. It was developed by the Peel Group and is currently owned by Intu Properties following a £1.65 billion sale in 2011 – the largest single property acquisition in British history.As of 2016, the centre has a market value of £1.9 billion.

 The Trafford Centre

Top 10 Spiritual Books Around the World

Top 10 spiritual books around the world

Spirituality may refer to almost any kind of meaningful activity, especially a “search for the sacred.”spiritual books may also refer to personal growth, blissful experience,or an encounter with one’s own “inner dimension.”

The Secret



A book contains the Secret tells of the laws of attraction: Asking for what you want, believing in what you want, and being open to receiving it.Written by Melbourne television producer Rhonda Byrne, and based on a film she created in 2004 of the same title. While some consider the book little more than glossy marketing and the re-packaging of many other spiritual beliefs.

The Alchemist


The Alchemist tells the simple account of a shepherd who journeys to the pyramids of Egypt to find his treasure is truly timeless. The lessons told of the discovery of your personal legend, being your one true purpose. This book written by Paulo Coelho’s.

A Handbook for Living


Howard Cutler wanted to write a spiritual book focused towards a Western audience.

The Art of Happiness talks about the importance and attainability of happiness in everyday living. The purpose of life is to find happiness, which is determined by one’s mental state, despite outside circumstances.

7 Spiritual Laws of Success


Chopra discusses the importance of success in life, the success is defined as happiness and the realization of goals, although success is not limited to wealth. The classic book with Seven Spiritual Laws of Success.

Chopra lays down 7 laws found in nature used to create spiritual success. These laws include karma (cause and effect) and dharma (purpose in life).

The Road Less Travelled


In 1978 The Road Less Travelled book takes his ideas from his background both as a psychiatrist and as a born-again Christian.

His book details the attributes that Peck feels make a fulfilled human being. Split into three sections, his book talks about discipline (as a means for spiritual evolution), love (as a force for spiritual growth) and grace. Written by Psychiatrist M. Scott Peck’s.

Eat, Pray, Love


After a bitter divorce, author Elizabeth Gilbert took a year off to travel. She visited Italy, where she ate copious amounts of good food. She went to India to learn about spirituality. And finally, ended her journey in Bali, where she was able to discover a balance between the two: love. This book explains her spiritual journey of someone in a tremendous amount of pain, to a balanced, loving human.

Four Agreements

four agreements

The Four Agreements is A Practical Guide to Personal Freedom by Don Miguel Ruiz is yet another gift to the world. He provided a simple effective formula for living well. The four agreements are- be impeccable with your word,-don’t take anything personally, – don’t make assumptions, and – always do your best.



One who finds spiritual fulfilment in a much simpler way? Siddhartha should be required reading for the spiritually inclined: it follows the journey of a young Nepalese man named Siddhartha during the time of Buddha, and his quest to find spiritual enlightenment.

Jaggi vasudev

jaggi vasudev

The book named jaggi vasudev, it contains with the own thoughts which makes the spiritual knowledge people. Commonly known as Sadhguru a yogi, mystic, and philanthropist, and the author of over 100 titles in 8 languages. He is also the founder of the Isha Foundation, a non-profit organisation offering yoga programs around the world.

On Heaven and Earth

heaven and earth


Pope Francis is a chemical technician and nightclub bouncer before entering the seminary, and was ordained a priest in 1969. From the man the Jorge Mario Bergoglio wrote this book and shares his thoughts on religion, reason, and the challenges the world faces in the 21st century with Abraham Skorka, a rabbi and biophysicist.


Top 10 Best airports in the world

Top 10 best airports in the world

The World Airport Awards are the most prestigious accolades for the airport industry voted by customers in the largest, annual global airport customer satisfaction survey. The Awards are based on 13.25 million airport survey questionnaires completed by 106 different nationalities of airline customers during the survey period.

Beijing capital

Yearly passengers: 83.7 million

Beijing capital

As the second-busiest airport in the world, Beijing’s Capital Airport has played a major role in the Chinese capital’s explosive growth.

With this growth, the airport has built new facilities and upgraded its infrastructure. Capital’s Terminal 3 was rated as the 10th-best terminal in the world.

 London Heathrow    

Yearly passengers: 72.4 million

london heathrow

Heathrow is the world’s third-busiest airport and the largest of the five primary airports serving London.

Heathrow is in the midst of a major renovation with the addition of a brand new Terminal 2 building. Its seven-year-old Terminal 5 building was named the best airport terminal in the world by Skytrax.

Heathrow serves as the main hub for British Airways and Virgin Atlantic.

Tokyo Haneda international airport

Yearly passengers: 68.9 million

Tokyo Haneda international airport

Haneda is one of two major international airports that serve the Tokyo area. Located a few miles away from the heart of the Japanese capital, Haneda has proved to be a popular port of entry for business travellers and tourists.

The world’s fourth-busiest airport, Haneda is known for its service efficiency, cleanliness, and shopping.

 Hong Kong international Airport

Yearly passengers: 59.6 millions

Hong Kong international


Built on an artificial island off the coat of Hong Kong, HKG has become one of the most popular facilities in the world since it opened in 1998.

One of the busiest airports in Asia, Hong Kong International serves as the home to Cathay Pacific, Hong Kong Airlines, and Dragon air.

Be sure to play around at the Sky City Nine Eagles golf course near Terminal 2.

 Singapore changai

Yearly passengers: 53.7 million

Singapore changai

The Singaporean airport has received praise from flyers for its beautiful architecture, efficient operation, luxurious amenities, and broad offering of dining and shopping options.

Flyers passing through are treated to movie theatres, a multimedia entertainment deck, spas, and a wild corkscrew slide.

For the third year in a row, Changi takes the crown as the world’s best airport.

 Amsterdam Schiphol

Yearly passengers: 52.6 million

Amsterdam Schiphol

Amsterdam’s Schiphol Airport is one of the busiest airports in Europe and serves as the hub for KLM, Trans via, and Delta.

Opened in 1916, Schiphol is noted for its wide variety of leisure activities and has a library in which flyers can cosy up with a good book while waiting for their flights

Incheon airport

Yearly passengers: 41.7 million

Incheon airport

Incheon’s highly regarded facilities feature an array of shopping and dining options, in addition to a bevy of cultural performances. The airport even has a Korean culture museum. Once again, Incheon is the world’s second best airport. Located on an island just outside of the South Korean capital, Incheon is home base to Korean Air and is the 24th-busiest airport in the world. It opened in 2001.

 Munich airport

Yearly passengers: 38.7 million

Munich airport

Munich serves as a major hub for Air Berlin, Lufthansa, and Condor and it features airy glass-heavy architecture. A nearby visitor’s park features manifold and a display of historic aircraft.

Located northeast of downtown Munich, MUC is one of the busiest airports in Europe and the second-busiest in Germany, after Frankfurt.

Zurich airport

Yearly passengers: 24.9 million

Zurich airport

Just eight miles from the heart of Zurich, the airport serves as the home for Swiss International Air Lines and as a hub linking Switzerland’s largest city with the rest of the country.

For passengers with an extended layover, Zurich Airport offers bicycle and inline-skate rentals and excursions to the Swiss Museum of Transport Lucerne.

Central japan international airport

Yearly passengers: 9.8 million

Central japan international airport

Built on an artificial island in the middle of Ise Bay near the city of Nagoya, Central Japan International also known as Centrair serves as a focus city for Japan Airlines and ANA.

Centrair holds the distinction as the best regional airport in the world.

It has a 1,000-foot-long sky deck where passengers can watch ships sail into Nagoya Port. There’s also a traditional Japanese bathhouse where you can have a relaxing soak while watching the sunset over the bay.

Top 10 largest airlines in the world

Top 10 largest airports in the world

Below you’ll find interesting aerial photos of the 10 largest airlines  in the world—largest defined by the number international passenger carried and number of countries served

10. China Eastern Airlines


China Eastern Airlines is owned by China Eastern Airlines Corporation Limited. A major Chinese airline, it is headquartered at Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport in Changing District in Shanghai, China. It is China’s second largest carrier in terms of passenger numbers, and operates regional, domestic, and international routes. In 2012 alone, it flew more than 73 million international and domestic passengers. In 2011, China Eastern Airlines and its subsidiary Shanghai Airlines became members of Sky Team, a global alliance of 19 top-quality airlines that flies to 1,024 destinations.

9. Emirates


Emirates retained their stranglehold on the World’s Best Inflight Entertainment awards at the 2015 Skytrax World Airline Awards in Paris. Finishing ahead of Qatar Airways in second place and Singapore Airlines in third, EK continues to have the edge over its closest global competitors despite continued hardware and programming improvements by carriers across the industry.

Emirates secured the award for Best First Class Comfort Amenities ahead of local rival Etihad Airways and Singapore Airlines. At the top-end of the industry this is a very competitive category – particularly when assessing the quality levels between the top-5 airlines.

8. Singapore Airlines

singapore airlines

The Change based flag carrier finished second in the global survey ranking edging out regional rival (and 2014 winner) Cathay Pacific Airways and ANA All Nippon Airways in the Asia region category. Singapore Airlines also achieved success at the front end of the aircraft with highly sought after World’s Best Business Class leading Qatar Airways and Cathay Pacific in second and third place.

7. Air Canada 

air canada

Air Canada is the largest airline and the flag carrier of Canada. It was founded in 1936 under the name Trans-Canada Airlines, and was renamed Air Canada in 1965. While it was originally a government creation, it has since been privatized. Its corporate headquarters is located in Montreal, Quebec, and its largest hub is at the Toronto Pearson International Airport in Mississauga, Ontario. It provides chartered and scheduled air transport for cargo and passengers to 178 destinations worldwide, and is a founding member of Star Alliance, an alliance of 28 airlines that was formed in 1997. Its 354 plane fleet includes the aircraft of its regional service provider, Air Canada Express.

6. Lufthansa 


Deutsche Lufthansa AG, also known as Lufthansa German Airlines, is the flag carrier of Germany. It is the largest airline in Europe in terms of fleet size and overall passengers carried. It was previously a state-owned enterprise, but was privatized in 1994. Its corporate headquarters is located in Cologne, North Rhine-Westphalia, and Germany. Lufthansa Aviation Centre, its main operations base, is located at its primary traffic hub at the Frankfurt Airport. It flies to 18 domestic destinations and 197 international destinations in 78 countries worldwide. Its 401 planes include the fleets of Lufthansa Regional and Lufthansa City Line.

5. China Southern Airlines 

China Southern Airlines

China Southern Airlines is owned by China Southern Airlines Company Limited. Its headquarters is located at Baiyun District, Guangzhou Province at the People’s Republic of China, and its main hubs are located at the Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport and the Beijing Capital International Airport. It is Asia’s largest airline in terms of passengers carried and fleet size, and is the fourth largest airline in the world by domestic passenger traffic. It is considered one of China’s Big Three airlines, together with China Eastern Airlines and Air China. It flies to 193 destinations and is a member of SkyTeam. It carried 86.5 million international and domestic passengers in 2012.

4. South west Airlines

Southwest Airlines

Located in Dallas, Texas, Southwest Airlines is the world’s largest low-cost carrier, and carries the greatest number of domestic passengers of any U.S. airline. It flies to 86 destinations in 42 states and Puerto Rico. It operates more than 3,400 flights daily, and only flies Boeing 737s. It is the largest 737 operator worldwide, with more than 550 in service, each flying an average of six trips daily. Its fleet of 683 includes the AirTran Airways’ planes, an airline it acquired in 2011. The integration of the two carriers is expected to be completed in 2014.

3. American Airlines 

American Airlines

American Airlines is another major airline in the United States. Owned by AMR Corporation and run out of Fort Worth, Texas, its largest hub is located at the Dallas/Fort worth International Airport, where it accounts for 85% of traffic and 83% of landing fees. It flies to numerous domestic and international destinations throughout Asia Pacific, Europe, South America, the Caribbean, and North America. Early in 2013, it announced plans to merge with US Airways, with American Airlines being the surviving name and branding. If the merger pushes through, it will create the largest airline in the world. However, the planned merger faces a civil lawsuit over anti-trust issues. The airlines, for their part, have vowed to continue the merger. Its fleet of 873 includes American eagle, which operates most of its regional carrier flights.

2. United Airlines 

United Airlines

United Airlines, Inc. is a wholly owned subsidiary of United Continental Holdings. Previously owned by The Boeing Company, one of the world’s largest aircraft makers, its headquarters is located at the Willis Tower in Chicago, Illinois. It operates in 10 airline hubs in Japan, Guam, and the continental United States. With its acquisition of Continental Airlines, it now enjoys more revenue passenger miles than any other airline in the world. Its fleet of 1,264 includes the planes of its flight connection service brand name, United Express.

1. Delta Air Lines 

Delta Air Lines

It is the oldest airline operating in the US. Its headquarters is located in Atlanta in Georgia, and its hub and technical operations centre, Delta Tec hops, are located at the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, the busiest airport in the world in terms of landings, take-offs, and passenger traffic. It flies to numerous domestic and international destinations, serving all continents except for Antarctica. It operates more than 5,000 flights daily, and is one of the founding members of the Sky Team alliance. Its fleet of 1,280 planes includes the fleet of its regional service provider, Delta Connection.


Top 10 Largest stock exchange in the world

New York Stock Exchange NYSE

Headquarters: New York City

New York Stock Exchange NYSE

The largest stock exchange in the world by both market capitalization and trade value. NYSE is the premier listing venue for the world’s leading large- and medium-sized companies. Operated by NYSE Euronext, the holding company created by the combination of NYSE Group, Inc. Had the services in cash equities, futures, options, exchange-traded products, bonds, market data, and commercial technology solutions.


Headquarters: New York City


The exchange is owned by NASDAQ OMX Group which also owns and operates 24 markets, 3 clearinghouses and 5 central securities depositories supporting equities, options, fixed income, derivatives, commodities, futures and structured products. It is a home to approximately 3,400 listed companies and its main index is the NASDAQ.Stock market is also followed by S&P 500 index.

Tokyo Stock Exchange

Headquarters: Tokyo

Tokyo Stock Exchange

It had 2,292 companies which are separated into the First Section for large companies, the Second Section for mid-sized companies, and the Mothers section for high growth start-up companies. The main indices tracking Tokyo Stock Exchange are the Nikkei 225 index of companies selected by the Nihon Keizai Shimbun, the TOPIX index based on the share prices of First Section companies, and the J30 index of large industrial companies. 94 domestic and 10 foreign securities companies participate in TSE trading. The London Stock Exchange and the Tokyo Stock Exchange are developing jointly traded products and share technology.

London Stock Exchange

Headquarters: London

London Stock Exchange

it is the oldest and fourth-largest stock exchange in the world. The Exchange was founded in 1801 and its current premises are situated in Paternoster Square close to St Paul’s Cathedral. It is the most international of all the world’s stock exchanges, with around 3,000 companies from over 70 countries admitted to trading on its markets. The London Stock Exchange runs several markets for listing, giving an opportunity for different sized companies to list. For the biggest companies exists the Premium Listed Main Market, while in terms of smaller SME’s the Stock Exchange operates the Alternative Investment Market and for international companies that fall outside the EU, it operates the Depository Receipt scheme as a way of listing and raising capital.

Shanghai Stock Exchange

Headquarters: Shanghai

Shanghai Stock Exchange

one of the two stock exchanges operating independently in the People’s Republic of China. Unlike the Hong Kong Stock Exchange, the SSE is not entirely open to foreign investors. The main reason is tight capital account controls by Chinese authorities. The securities listed at the SSE include the three main categories of stocks, bonds, and funds. Bonds traded on SSE include treasury bonds, corporate bonds, and convertible corporate bonds. The largest company in SSE is Petro China

Hong Kong Stock Exchange

Headquarters: Hong Kong

Hong Kong Stock Exchange

Hong Kong Stock Exchange (SEHK) has about 1,477 listed companies and it operates securities market and a derivatives market in Hong Kong and the clearing houses for those markets. The three largest stocks by market capitalisation in Hong Kong Stock Exchange are Petro China, Industrial & Commercial Bank of China, and China Mobile.

Toronto Stock Exchange

Headquarters: Toronto

Toronto Stock Exchange

It is the largest stock exchange in Canada. Toronto Stock Exchange is owned by and operated as a subsidiary of the TMX Group for the trading of senior equities. A broad range of businesses from Canada, the United States, Europe, and other countries are represented on the exchange. The exchange lists conventional securities, exchange-traded funds, split share corporations, income trusts and investment funds. Toronto Stock Exchange is the leader in the mining and oil & gas sector, including such companies like Cameo Corporation, Canadian Natural Resources Ltd., EnCana Corporation, Husky Energy Inc., Imperial Oil Ltd., and others.

BM&F Bovespa 

Headquarters: Sao Paulo

BM&F Bovespa

Founded in 1890, today BM&F Bovespa is the largest stock exchange in South America and 8th largest in the world by market capitalization. It is the most important Brazilian institution to intermediate equity market transactions and the only securities, commodities and futures exchange in Brazil. BM&F Bovespa acts as a driver for the Brazilian capital markets. There are about 381 listed companies at Bovespa and its benchmark indicator is the Indice Bovespa.

Australian Securities Exchange

Headquarters: Sydney

Australian Securities


The Australian Securities Exchange is Australia’s primary securities exchange and it was created back in 2006 when the merger of Australian Stock Exchange and the Sydney Futures Exchange took place. Today Australian Securities Exchange is 9th largest stock exchange in the world by market capitalization and has an average daily turnover of 4,685 billion dollar. Products and services available for trading on ASX include shares, futures, exchange traded options, warrants, contracts for difference, exchange-traded funds, real estate investment trusts, listed investment companies and interest rate securities. The major market index is the S&P/ASX 200.

Deutsche Borse

Headquarters: Frankfurt

Deutsche Borse

Deutsche Borse is one of the world’s leading exchange organisations providing investors, financial institutions and companies access to global capital markets. The exchange covers the entire process chain from securities and derivatives trading, clearing, settlement and custody, through to market data and the development and operation of electronic trading system. Deutsche Borse has an approximately 765 listed companies with a combined market capitalization of 1,185 trillion USD.


Top 10 high budget movies around the world

High budget movies

This is a list of the high budget movies in the world with budgets given in $

Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End

Cost: $300 million

Pirates of the Caribbean-At World’s End


Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End is an adventure fantasy film released on May 24, 2007. It’s the third film in the Pirates of the Caribbean series. It’s directed by Gore. It’s the most expensive movie ever made till date. The gross revenue of the film is $960,996,492.


Cost: $294 million


Titanic was so called the dream of ship made its huge production costs part of its marketing campaign, promoting the rich value of the movie like none other at the box office. The titanic directed by James Cameron every cent of that budget spent on production flickers on screen.

John Carter 

Cost: $271 million

john carter

This film is entirely with the animals and the was released in 2012. The personal cost of the film also wasn’t so small. What’s more, director Andrew Stanton began shooting the movie with Taylor Kitsch as the eponymous lead. Nobody wants to discover their own limitations on such a global stage.


Cost: $260 million


Tangled is animated musical film released on November 17, 2010 in France, November 24, 2010 in the United States and January 28, 2011 in the United Kingdom. It’s the second most expensive film ever made and is the most expensive animated film. The gross revenue made by this film is $449,449,768.

Spider-man 3

Cost: $258 million

Spider-man 3

Spiderman-Man 3 is superhorse film released on April 16, 2007 in Tokyo premiere and May 4, 2007 in the United States. The film was written and directed by sam Raimi. The film is grossing totally $890,871,626.

Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince 

Cost: $250 million

harry potter

Harry is a fantasy-adventure film released on July 15, 2009. The film directed by David Yates and starring Daniel Radcliffe as Harry Potter, alongside Rupert Grint as Ron Weasley and Emma Watson as Hermione Granger. The film get a success with a total gross revenue of $933,959,197 and become 12th highest grossing film of all time.


Cost: $237 million



Avatar is an American epic science fiction film by James Cameron who wrote and directed that film.. The film was released on December 10, 2009 in London premiere and December 18, 2009 in the United States. Avatar is a big success and become first film to gross more than 2 Billion with total gross revenue of $2,782,206,970.

Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest 

Cost: $225 million

Pirates of the Caribbean- Dead Man’s Chest

Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest is a fantasy film produced in 2006 and the second film on Pirates of the Caribbean series. It was directed by Gore Verbinski. The film is the 4th highest grossing film in term of revenue with a total $1,066,179,725 in gross revenue. It was released by July 7, 2006

King Kong

Cost: $220 million

King Kong

King Kong is a remake of 1933 film with the same title in 2005. The film was directed by Peter. Initially the budget was $150 but climbed to $207 million. It was released on December 14, 2005 and made a total of $550 million and becoming 4th highest on gross revenue on Universal Pictures history

X-Men: The Last Stand 

Cost: $210 million


The Last Stand (X-Men 3 or X3) is a superhero movie made in 2006 with Brett Gartner as director took over Bryan Singer that left to direct Superman Returns. The film was released in May 26, 2006. The film stars are Hugh Jackman, Halle Berry, Ian McKellen, Patrick Stewart, Famke Janssen and Anna Paquin. The gross revenue made by this film is $459,359,555.