‘Transformers: Age Of Extinction’ Is 2014’s Most Valuable Blockbuster

‘Transformers: Age Of Extinction’ Is 2014’s Most Valuable Blockbuster

Posted on Mar 13, 2015

From Deadline Hollywood:

Transformers: Age Of Extinction turned in a $245M domestic gross, did $545M foreign and another $301M China (Paramount kept $75 million of that), for a total of $1.09 billion. That is just short of the last installment, Transformers: Dark Of The Moon, which grossed $1.12B to become the first Transformers to crack the billion dollar gross mark. Paramount rebooted this franchise with new core characters led by the ever-reliable Mark Wahlberg. The first dollar gross positions of that actor and Bay meant big backend positions. But who’s to complain when the movie dropped $250.2M in net profit to Paramount, and a Cash on Cash Return of 1.42?