The 10 Highest-Grossing Jessica Biel Films, Ranked

One of Hollywood’s most sought-out actresses, American actress Jessica Biel, has made numerous films through the course of her career. The American actress and model started her career as a vocalist who appears in numerous musical productions until she was finally cast as Mary Camden in a family drama show 7th Heaven which gained started her career. She is now a prominent actress in Hollywood although she stepped outside the entertainment industry for a while when she got married to Justin Timberlake. The couple is now back with a Hulu series Candy where Justin Timberlake had a cameo and while waiting for the next episode, take a look at the ten highest grossing films made by Jessica Biel.

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Stealth

Stealth is a film released on July 29, 2005 and was distributed by Columbia Pictures, and Sony Pictures Releasing. The film has grossed $32 million domestically and resulted to $76 million on the worldwide box office. The movie directed by Rob Cohen is about the navy fighter pilots Henry Purcell played by Jamie Foxx, Ben Gannon played by Josh Lucas and Kara Wade played by Jessica Biel. The three of them are tasked to train an unmanned plane to hit some overseas targets.

The Illusionist

The Illusionist is a film released on August 18, 2006 and was distributed by 20th Century Studios, Freestyle Releasing, and Yari Film Group. The film has grossed $39 million domestically and has made $83 million on the worldwide box office. The movie directed by Neil Burger is about the mesmeric entertainer Eisenheim who has some magical abilities and wows the audience. The movie was set in 1900s Vienna and Eisenheim’s acts ranges from a simple magic trick to even raise the dead.

The Texas Chainsaw Massacre

The Texas Chainsaw Massacre is a film released on October 17, 2003 and was distributed by New Line Cinema, 20th Century Studios, and Focus Features. The film grossed $80 million on domestic box office and $107 million on the worldwide box office. The film directed by Marcus Nipel is about a group of young travelers Erin played by American actress Jessica Biel, Andy played by Mike Vogel and Morgan played by Jonathan Tucker who came across an isolated home in the rural area while driving across Texas. Unfortunately for the group of friends, that house is the residence of a deranged family of killers.

Planet 51

Planet 51 is a film released on November 20, 2009 and was distributed by TriStar Pictures, and Handmade Films. The film has grossed $42 million domestically and has made $109 million on the worldwide box office. The film directed by Jorge Blanco is about the astronaut Capt. Charles “Chuck” Baker who landed on the Planet 51 and thinks that he is the first form of life who set foot on the planet. He was shocked to find out that the planet is already inhabited by some little green people.

Blade: Trinity

Blade: Trinity is a film released on December 8, 2004 and was distributed by New Line Cinema. The film has grossed $52 million domestically and has made $132 million on the worldwide box office. The movie directed by David S. Goyer is about the war between the vampires and humans with the last hope of the humans are in the hands of the human vampire hybrid warrior named Blade.

New Year’s Eve

New Year’s Eve is a film released on December 9, 2011 and was distributed by Garry Marshall. The film has made $54 million domestically and resulted to $147 million on the worldwide box office. The film directed by Garry Marshall is about the intertwined stories of promise, hope, forgiveness, love and second chances of different New Yorkers on New Year’s Eve.

The A-Team

The A-Team is a film released on June 11, 2010 and was distributed by 20th Century Studios. The film has grossed $77 million domestically and has made $177 million on the worldwide box office. The film directed by Joe Carnahan is about the Hannibal Smith played by Liam Neeson who leads a close knit group of elite operatives. Smith and his men went rogue using their special talents in order to clear their name.

I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry

I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry is a film released on July 20, 2007 and was distributed by Universal Pictures, Relativity Media, and Shady Acres Entertainment. The film made $119 million domestically and grossed $185 million on the worldwide box office. The film directed by Dennis Dugan is about Chuck Levine played by American comedian Adam Sandler and Larry Valentine played by Kevin James who are firefighter buddies. When Larry became a widower, he learned that he cannot name his children as beneficiaries on the policy of his life insurance. He asked Chuck to be his domestic partner in order for him to have his children as his beneficiaries.

Total Recall

Total Recall is a film released on August 3, 2012 and was distributed by Columbia Pictures, and Sony Pictures Releasing. The film has made $58 million domestically and has grossed $212 million on the worldwide box office. The film directed by Len Wiseman is about the factory worker Douglas Quaid played by Irish actor Colin Farrell who decided to take a break from his daily routine and headed to Rekall which is a company that can turn people’s dream into real memories.

Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day is a film released on February 12, 2010 and was distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures. The film has made $110 million domestically and has grossed $217.5 million on the worldwide box office. The film directed by Garry Marshall is about the interconnected stories of numerous residents of Los Angeles played by Jessica Biel, Jessica Alba and Bradley Cooper who wend their way through the ups and downs of love in a single day.

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