The 2015 film Jurassic World replaced the original core cast by focusing on new protagonists, notably Claire Dearing played by none other than Bryce Dallas Howard. It is heartwarming to see Howard’s transformation from a no-nonsense operations manager at the tragic park to a fervent advocate for dinosaur rights. With such a likeable demeanour and presence, it’s no surprise that Howard has acted in a number of critically and commercially acclaimed movies over the years. Box Office Mojo has listed Bryce’s top-grossing movies below.
1. Jurassic World (2015)
Director- Colin Trevorrow
Gross- $653 Million
InGen’s renovated dinosaur park, Jurassic World, has finally succeeded in becoming a really lovely location under new management. In the great hopes of realising the late John Hammond’s ambitious ideal of a fully functional. Most all, safe, prehistoric theme park in Jurassic Park (1993). Indominus Rex, a massive, terrifying, and genetically altered dinosaur, is the park’s newest money-making attraction. However, when the uncontrollable beast escapes, it’s up to the skilled Velociraptor wrangler, Owen, to put an end to the terrible horror. The two nephews of the operations manager of the park, Claire, are also stuck with Owen in this terrible environment. It is all too familiar and ruled by violent predators.
2. Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom (2018)
Director- J. A. Bayona
Gross- $417 Million
Owen Grady and Claire Dearing return to the now-destroyed Jurassic World theme park. Under the backdrop of an impending and utterly destructive volcanic activity. All with the goal of saving the remaining rampaging dinosaurs that now wander free on Isla Nublar’s immense landscapes. Everything, however, is about to go horribly wrong as imposing genetically enhanced hybrids and a cunning scheme threaten. Not only prematurely halt a laudable rescue operation. But also to cause more harm than good to the remaining primitive species.
3. Spider-Man 3 (2007)
Director- Sam Raimi
Gross- $337 Million
Just a few months have passed since Dr. Otto Octavius’ utopian dream in Spider-Man 2 (2004) and five years have passed. Since the event that changed Peter Parker and Mary Jane’s lives in Spider-Man (2002). The things are finally looking better for them. The Sandman, a formidable, shape-shifting mega-criminal with deep ties to Parker’s traumatic past. He enters the picture in order to determined to terrorise the city. But with Harry Osborn, Peter’s former best friend, still harbouring resentment. And if that weren’t enough, Peter’s red and blue spider suit picks up a mysterious, parasitic black gunk that attaches itself to him. Also, altering his personality, and a revived Green Goblin is out for blood. 9
4. The Twilight Saga: Eclipse (2010)
Director- David Slade
Gross- $301 Million
After her brief breakup in The Twilight Saga: New Moon (2009), Bella must muster the fortitude to face her conflicted feelings for the lethally charming Edward. Along with the savagely attractive Jacob as the long-awaited high school graduation day approaches. Now, amid the backdrop of a brutal killing spree in Seattle and a violent clan rivalry, a relentless and furious foe gathers. An unstoppable army of immortals who are hell-bent on retaliation. Passion requires a sacrifice once more, and as an honourable but flimsy covenant timidly emerges in the name of love. The brave suitors are forced to put aside their profound differences in order to protect Bella. This is an improbable love triangle, in fact.
5. How The Grinch Stole Christmas (2000)
Director- Ron Howard
Gross- $261 Million
The Grinch has always detested the people of Whoville because they rejected him as a child. All because he spent most of his childhood in hateful seclusion. This is particularly true during Christmas, when there is a lot of noise, fake emotion, and wasteful materialism thanks to the Whos. The Grinch designs his grand plan to ruin Christmas after young Cindy Lou Who’s attempt to invite him to the celebrations. In order to transcend their hollow commercialism fails and he is publicly humiliated. The Grinch is now welcomed in Whoville thanks to Cindy Lou Who. She makes a great friend of him and prevents him from ruining a joyous holiday.
6. The Help (2011)
Director- Tate Taylor
Gross- $170 Million
Skeeter Phelan, an aspiring writer from Jackson, Mississippi, graduates in the 1960s. She goes back home after landing a job penning a fruitless weekly column for the neighbourhood paper. When she gets home, she discovers that Constantine Jefferson, her nanny and family’s maid, has left. For a New York-based editor, Skeeter sees the opportunity to write a book about the interactions between black maids and Southern society. Then, Minny Jackson is wrongfully fired by the haughty Hilly Holbrook. A prominent member of the racist high society, Minny chooses to recount her story. After landing a position with the outcast Celia Foote. First, she persuades Aibileen Clark to reveal her heart to her. Soon, eleven other maids agree to be questioned by Skeeter and share the same information about Constantine. Jackson’s elite society will change forever after the publication of the book “The Help“.
7. Terminator Salvation (2009)
Gross- $125 Million
The original leader of the Resistance, General Hugh Ashdown, and a now-adult John Connor call for a coordinated effort. In order to save the remaining survivors and take down the self-aware machine network in San Francisco in a gloomy 2018. Hence, following Skynet’s devastating Judgment Day that claimed the lives of billions in Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines (2003). Protecting Sergeant Kyle Reese as a sixteen-year-old becomes the war’s top concern right now. However, things get even more complicated when Marcus Wright, an enigmatic newcomer with faint recollections of death row, shows up. As Skynet sends out a horde of ruthless machines to kill John and Kyle, a lone rescue squad is increasingly the only hope for humanity.
8. The Village (2004)
Director- M. Night Shyamalan
Gross- $114 Million
There is a deal between the villagers and the monsters who live in the nearby woods in a quiet, remote village in olde Pennsylvania: neither the villagers nor the creatures may enter the woods. After many years, the pact is tested when Lucius Hunt requests medical supplies from the villages outside the woods. Elders’ council becomes concerned for the safety of the village, the covenant, and many other things when furless animal carcasses start to emerge around the village.
9. Rocketman (2019)
Director- Dexter Fletcher
Gross- $96 Million
In order to become one of the most recognisable figures in musical history, young Reginald Dwight changed his identity to Elton John and worked with musician Bernie Taupin. It tells the epic musical tale of Elton John, his years of commercial success in the 1970s, and his fantastical rise from a quiet piano prodigy to a global superstar. The story is set to some of his most well-known songs.
10. Pete’s Dragon (2016)
Director- David Lowery
Gross- $76 Million
Pete, a five-year-old boy who is lost, becomes stranded deep in the dense, rain-soaked woods of the Pacific Northwest. Here, there is still talk of a mysterious creature that guards the forest. When a now-ten-year-old Pete claims that he has been living in the bush with his peaceful, green-hued winged guardian, Elliot, a chance encounter with the sympathetic forest ranger Grace will generate new interest in the famous “Millhaven Dragon.” Nearly six years later.