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That’s right – they think these 10 stocks are even better buys. 24/7 Tempo has identified the biggest summer blockbuster each year since 1975 based on domestic box office data provided by box office reporting service Box Office Mojo. 1975• Biggest summer blockbuster: Jaws
• Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $1. 15 billion
• Domestic gross (unadjusted): $260. 0 million
• Production budget (unadjusted): $7. 1976• Biggest summer blockbuster: The Omen
• Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $257. 7 million
• Domestic gross (unadjusted): $60. 9 million
• Production budget (unadjusted): $2. 1977• Biggest summer blockbuster: Star Wars
• Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $1. 60 billion
• Domestic gross (unadjusted): $461. 0 million
• Production budget (unadjusted): $11. 1978• Biggest summer blockbuster: Grease
• Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $694. 7 million
• Domestic gross (unadjusted): $190. 0 million
• Production budget (unadjusted): $6. 1979• Biggest summer blockbuster: The Amityville Horror
• Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $310. 3 million
• Domestic gross (unadjusted): $86. 4 million
• Production budget (unadjusted): $4. 1980• Biggest summer blockbuster: The Empire Strikes Back
• Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $884. 6 million
• Domestic gross (unadjusted): $290. 5 million
• Production budget (unadjusted): $18. 1981• Biggest summer blockbuster: Raiders of the Lost Ark
• Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $797. 8 million
• Domestic gross (unadjusted): $248. 2 million
• Production budget (unadjusted): $18. 1982• Biggest summer blockbuster: E. T. : The Extra-Terrestrial
• Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $1. 28 billion
• Domestic gross (unadjusted): $435. 1 million
• Production budget (unadjusted): $10. 1983• Biggest summer blockbuster: Return of the Jedi
• Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $847. 5 million
• Domestic gross (unadjusted): $309. 3 million
• Production budget (unadjusted): $32. 1984• Biggest summer blockbuster: Ghostbusters
• Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $641. 3 million
• Domestic gross (unadjusted): $242. 2 million
• Production budget (unadjusted): $30. 1985• Biggest summer blockbuster: Back to the Future
• Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $532. 0 million
• Domestic gross (unadjusted): $210. 6 million
• Production budget (unadjusted): $19. 1986• Biggest summer blockbuster: Top Gun
• Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $432. 8 million
• Domestic gross (unadjusted): $179. 8 million
• Production budget (unadjusted): $15. 1987• Biggest summer blockbuster: Beverly Hills Cop II
• Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $354. 1 million
• Domestic gross (unadjusted): $153. 7 million
• Production budget (unadjusted): $28. 1988• Biggest summer blockbuster: Who Framed Roger Rabbit
• Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $343. 0 million
• Domestic gross (unadjusted): $156. 5 million
• Production budget (unadjusted): $70. 1989• Biggest summer blockbuster: Batman
• Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $567. 4 million
• Domestic gross (unadjusted): $251. 3 million
• Production budget (unadjusted): $35. 0 million Courtesy of Warner Bros. 1990• Biggest summer blockbuster: Ghost
• Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $463. 7 million
• Domestic gross (unadjusted): $217. 6 million
• Production budget (unadjusted): $22. 1991• Biggest summer blockbuster: Terminator 2: Judgment Day
• Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $439. 4 million
• Domestic gross (unadjusted): $205. 9 million
• Production budget (unadjusted): $102. 1992• Biggest summer blockbuster: Batman Returns
• Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $353. 6 million
• Domestic gross (unadjusted): $162. 9 million
• Production budget (unadjusted): $80. 0 million Courtesy of Warner Bros. 1993• Biggest summer blockbuster: Jurassic Park
• Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $825. 9 million
• Domestic gross (unadjusted): $402. 8 million
• Production budget (unadjusted): $63. 1994• Biggest summer blockbuster: The Lion King
• Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $803. 2 million
• Domestic gross (unadjusted): $422. 8 million
• Production budget (unadjusted): $45. 1995• Biggest summer blockbuster: Batman Forever
• Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $381. 2 million
• Domestic gross (unadjusted): $184. 1 million
• Production budget (unadjusted): $100. 0 million Courtesy of Warner Bros. 1996• Biggest summer blockbuster: Independence Day
• Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $624. 1 million
• Domestic gross (unadjusted): $306. 2 million
• Production budget (unadjusted): $75. 1997• Biggest summer blockbuster: Men in Black
• Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $492. 1 million
• Domestic gross (unadjusted): $250. 7 million
• Production budget (unadjusted): $90. 1998• Biggest summer blockbuster: Saving Private Ryan
• Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $412. 7 million
• Domestic gross (unadjusted): $217. 0 million
• Production budget (unadjusted): $70. 1999• Biggest summer blockbuster: Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace
• Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $813. 7 million
• Domestic gross (unadjusted): $474. 5 million
• Production budget (unadjusted): $115. 2000• Biggest summer blockbuster: Mission: Impossible II
• Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $360. 1 million
• Domestic gross (unadjusted): $215. 4 million
• Production budget (unadjusted): $125. 2001• Biggest summer blockbuster: Shrek
• Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $426. 1 million
• Domestic gross (unadjusted): $267. 7 million
• Production budget (unadjusted): $60. 2002• Biggest summer blockbuster: Spider-Man
• Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $626. 1 million
• Domestic gross (unadjusted): $403. 7 million
• Production budget (unadjusted): $139. 2003• Biggest summer blockbuster: Finding Nemo
• Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $554. 9 million
• Domestic gross (unadjusted): $380. 8 million
• Production budget (unadjusted): $94. 2004• Biggest summer blockbuster: Shrek 2
• Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $640. 2 million
• Domestic gross (unadjusted): $441. 2 million
• Production budget (unadjusted): $150. 2005• Biggest summer blockbuster: Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith
• Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $534. 5 million
• Domestic gross (unadjusted): $380. 3 million
• Production budget (unadjusted): $113. 2006• Biggest summer blockbuster: Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest
• Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $582. 3 million
• Domestic gross (unadjusted): $423. 3 million
• Production budget (unadjusted): $225. 2007• Biggest summer blockbuster: Spider-Man 3
• Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $440. 7 million
• Domestic gross (unadjusted): $336. 5 million
• Production budget (unadjusted): $258. 2008• Biggest summer blockbuster: The Dark Knight
• Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $671. 3 million
• Domestic gross (unadjusted): $535. 2 million
• Production budget (unadjusted): $185. 0 million Courtesy of Warner Bros. 2009• Biggest summer blockbuster: Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen
• Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $485. 6 million
• Domestic gross (unadjusted): $402. 1 million
• Production budget (unadjusted): $200. 2010• Biggest summer blockbuster: Toy Story 3
• Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $480. 6 million
• Domestic gross (unadjusted): $415. 0 million
• Production budget (unadjusted): $200. 2011• Biggest summer blockbuster: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2
• Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $432. 6 million
• Domestic gross (unadjusted): $381. 2 million
• Production budget (unadjusted): $125. 0 million Courtesy of Warner Bros. 2012• Biggest summer blockbuster: The Avengers
• Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $692. 7 million
• Domestic gross (unadjusted): $623. 4 million
• Production budget (unadjusted): $220. 2013• Biggest summer blockbuster: Iron Man 3
• Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $440. 1 million
• Domestic gross (unadjusted): $409. 0 million
• Production budget (unadjusted): $200. 2014• Biggest summer blockbuster: Guardians of the Galaxy
• Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $371. 0 million
• Domestic gross (unadjusted): $333. 2 million
• Production budget (unadjusted): $170. 2015• Biggest summer blockbuster: Jurassic World
• Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $712. 2 million
• Domestic gross (unadjusted): $652. 3 million
• Production budget (unadjusted): $150. 2016• Biggest summer blockbuster: Finding Dory
• Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $506. 0 million
• Domestic gross (unadjusted): $486. 3 million
• Production budget (unadjusted): $200. 2017• Biggest summer blockbuster: Wonder Woman
• Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $415. 5 million
• Domestic gross (unadjusted): $412. 6 million
• Production budget (unadjusted): $149. 0 million Courtesy of Warner Bros. 2018• Biggest summer blockbuster: Incredibles 2
• Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $597. 4 million
• Domestic gross (unadjusted): $608. 6 million
• Production budget (unadjusted): $200. 2019 (so far)• Biggest summer blockbuster: Aladdin
• Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $270. 3 million (so far)
• Domestic gross (unadjusted): $270. 3 million (so far)
• Production budget (unadjusted): $183.

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