We talk a lot about movies here — those that bomb on the weekly and that do well over the course of the year. 

At the end of 2013, how did each studio fare? We took a look at the seven biggest movie studios of 2013 — Disney, Warner Bros., Universal, Paramount, Sony, Fox, and Lionsgate.

Despite Disney's billion dollar "Iron Man" film, Warner Bros. became the top-grossing studio for the year with $5 billion worldwide at theaters.

Below, we've outlined the five biggest movies for each studio in 2013:

Warner Bros.: $5 billion
1. “Man of Steel”: $662.8 million
2. “Gravity”: $653.3 million
3. “The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug”: $633.1 million
4. “Pacific Rim”: $407.6 million
5. “The Hangover Part III”: $351 million
Disney: $4.7 billion
1. “Iron Man 3”: $1.2 billion
2. “Monsters University”: $743.6 million
3. “Thor: The Dark World”: $630 million
4. “Frozen”: $551.2 million
5. “Oz the Great and Powerful”: $493.3 million
Universal: $3.7 billion
1. “Despicable Me 2”: $918.8 million
2. “Fast & Furious 6”: $788.7 million
3. “Oblivion”: $286.2 million
4. “Identity Thief”: $174 million
5. “Mama”: $146.4 million
20th Century Fox: $3.4 billion
1. “The Croods”: $587.2 million
2. “The Wolverine”: $414.8 million
3. “A Good Day to Die Hard”: $304.7 million
4. “Turbo”: $282.6 million
5. “Epic”: $267.9 million
Paramount: $2.27 billion
1. “World War Z”: $540 million
2. “Star Trek Into Darkness”: $467.4 million
3. “G.I. Joe: Retaliation”: $375.7 million
4. “Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters”: $225.7 million
5. “Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa”: $142.7 million
Sony Pictures / Columbia: $3 billion
1. “The Smurfs 2”: $347.5 million
2. “Grown Ups 2”: $247 million
3. “After Earth”: $243.8 million
4. “Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2”: $238.8 million
5. “Captain Phillips”: $209.3 million
Lionsgate: $1.1 billion
Note how important the “Hunger Games” franchise is to the studio.
1. “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire”: $802.3 million
2. “Instructions Not Included”: $85.5 million
3. “Tyler Perry’s Temptation: Confessions of a Marriage Counselor”: $53.1 million
4. “The Last Stand”: $48.3 million5. “Tyler Perry’s A Madea Christmas”: $46.7 million

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