Top 15 Hugh Jackman Films Ranked As Per Their Box Office Earnings


Hugh Jackman is among the most successful and popular actors in Hollywood at present and irrespective of the success or failure of his movies, we love the kind of effort he puts in and the fact that his hard work has paid off and we have seen some incredible films he has done which have been box office hits too. Have a look at this list of Hugh Jackman movies ranked as per their box-office collections.

1. X-Men: Days of Future Past

X-Men: Days of Future Past is certainly the best film in the X-Men franchise, and it was the most successful when it comes to money as well. The film had a budget of $200 million and went on to make $747 million all over the world.

2. Logan

Easily the best Wolverine solo in the trilogy, Logan is also the best film ever that Hugh Jackman has ever been part of. He put his soul into the role and paid his tribute to the character that has defined his career. The film had a budget of only $97 million, but, went on to make $616 million globally.

3. X-Men: The Last Stand

The X-Men: The Last Stand is regarded as the weakest film in the original X-Men trilogy, yet it made good money. People loved Wolverine in this film. The third chapter of X-Men had a budget of $210 million, but, made an impressive $459 million.

4. Les Miserables

This film showcased Hugh Jackman’s musical theatre skills, and he also got a best actor Oscar nomination for it. The film is the second best film ever done by Hugh Jackman, and it made $441 globally on a tiny budget of only $61 million.

5. The Wolverine

This remarkable film was only the second solo film for Hugh Jackman’s Wolverine, and it featured a highly appreciated work by our beloved mutant. The film had good success and made $414 on a budget of $120 million.

6. X2 – Men United

The second film of the original trilogy was among the most amazing X-Men films ever made, and fans loved it big time. The film had a good run at the box office and made $407 million on a budget of $110 million.

7. Happy Feet

Happy Feet was a truly amazing film, and it was the second occasion that Hugh Jackman lent his voice to an animated project. The film made $384 million and had a production budget of only $100 million.

8. X-Men Origins: Wolverine

Despite the fact that the film was criticized for the studio interferences, it turned out to be one of the best performances by Hugh Jackman.

9. Rise of Guardians

Rise of Guardians is the third animated film which featured Jackman’s voice. It is among his best movies, and everyone loved his role as the Eater Bunny. The film made $306 million and had a production budget of $145 million.

10. Van Helsing

It is not as if Jackman has played only one imaginary character that has been loved and well received. He also played the monster killer Van  Helsing in 2004. It was an unusual role which he accepted, and the film was a great success at Box Office as it made $300 million on a budget of $160 million.

11. Real Steel

Jackman has done various kinds of films, and this was another uncommon role for him. Robot Boxing was definitely way cooler than normal human boxing. The film made $299 million against a production budget of $130 million.

12. X-Men

X-Men was the most iconic role, and it was the one that got Jackman established in Hollywood after he made his debut as the claws wielding mutant. The film made an impressive $296 million on a budget of only $75 million.

13. Flushed Away

This film was Hugh Jackman’s first entry into the animation films, and we loved the character he gave voice to. The film made $178 million on a production budget of $149 million.

14. Swordfish

Swordfish was Hugh Jackman’s third film in Hollywood and was one of the most loved films by him. It made $147 million on a budget of $102 million.

15. Pan

This awesome film brought Peter Pan’s story to life, and Hugh Jackman portrayed the evil Black Beard in the film, which was a villainous role. The film ended up losing money despite a fabulous performance by Hugh Jackman. It totaled $128 million whereas it had a production budget of %150 million.