“The Beauty and The Beast” ranks first among the most profitable moviesThree of the feature films released this year have exceeded $ 1 billion in global earnings with “The Beauty and the Beast” coming first.The Walt Disney Company is the one that holds the top prize this year. The company has exceeded $ 6 billion in revenue in 2017, particularly thanks to “The Beauty and the Beast” and “Guardians of The Galaxy Vol 2″. Here’s the ranking of the most profitable movies, globally, in 2017.”The Beauty and the Beast,” 1.26 billion dollarsThe movie “The Beauty and the Beast”, the latest live action remake of the “Beautiful and the Beast” animation, has set two debut albums – the best debut for March and the most profitable live action remake of a classic movie produced by the Disney studios.The film, with Emma Watson as lead and directed by Bill Condon, had a budget of $ 160 million. It generated a total $ 504 million in revenue in the US, and $ 759.5 million internationally, according to the boxofficemojo.com figures.”The Fast and the Furious,” 1.23 billion dollarsThe eighth full feature of the Fast and Furious franchise generated a total of $ 225.7 million in revenue in the US, and $ 1 billion internationally.The film directed by Gary Gray, with Vin Diesel in the lead, had a budget of $ 250 million and was released on April 14th.”Despicable Me 3″, 1.03 billion dollarsThe animation, with a budget of 80 million dollars, was launched on June 30 and generated revenue of $ 264.6 million in the US and $ 768.8 million on a international level.”Spider-Man: Homecoming”, 880.1 million dollarsDirected by Jon Watts, the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) feature film – with a budget of $ 175 million – generated $ 334.2 million in the United States and $ 545.9 million at a international level. The film was released on July 7th.”Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2″, $ 863.65 millionThe third franchise had a budget of $ 200 million and was released on May 5th. The James Gunn directed production earned US $ 389.8 million, and $ 473.7 million internationally.”Thor: Ragnarok”, 844.5 million dollars”Thor: Ragnarok,” a Disney-Marvel production, had the fourth most profitable release this year after Beauty and the Beast, which generated $ 174.8 million in cash, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 “, with $ 146.5 million, and” It “with $ 123.4 million.Directed by Taika Waititi, the film generated US $ 309.1 million in revenue and $ 535.4 million worldwide. With a budget of $ 180 million, production was launched on November 3rd.”Wonder Woman,” $ 821 millionThe film directed by Patty Jenkins, with Gal Gadot in the lead role, was released on June 2. With a budget of $ 149 million, the movie generated $ 412.5 million in US revenue and $ 409.2 million at the international level. A continuation of it will be launched in November 2019.”Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales”, 794.8 million dollarsThe fifth franchise, released on May 26th, generated US $ 172.5 million in revenue, and $ 622.3 million internationally. The film directed by Joachim Ronning and Espen Sandberg had a budget of 230 million dollars.Star Wars: The Last Jedi, $ 745.3 millionDirected by Rian Johnson, Mark Hamill, Carrie Fisher, John Boyega, Lupita Nyong’o, Laura Dern and Benicio Del Toro, the film was released on December 15th. So far, the film has generated $ 365 million in the United States, and $ 380 million at the international level.”It,” 698 million dollarsThe horror film based on Stephen King’s homonym novel is directed by Andres Muschetti and was released on September 8. The film generated a revenue of $ 327.4 million in the US and $ 370 million on the international level. The production had a budget of 35 million dollars.