- Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson's movies have made more than $5 billion combined at the box office.
- The majority of Johnson's biggest hits are from the "Fast and the Furious" and "Jumanji" franchises.
- Regardless of reviews, "Black Adam," which debuted to $67 million its opening weekend, should easily join this list.
Worldwide gross: $443,280,904
The success of this 2001 sequel to "The Mummy" brought about a spin-off movie featuring Johnson called "The Scorpion King." "The Mummy Returns" had the third highest-grossing opening weekend of 2001.
Worldwide gross: $474,009,154
Johnson has told Sirius XM that he has considered a sequel for the film, but said that when he's considering a project it must have the "Moses effect," which means it "must have the ability to push all the other projects to the side."
Worldwide gross: $626,137,675
At the time of its release, "Fast Five" became the highest-grossing film in the franchise and helped revitalize the franchise.
Worldwide gross: $660,349,731
Johnson showed off his vocals in the Grammy-winning movie.
Worldwide gross: $759,056,935
Johnson has said a sequel to the film is in the works. He previously described his idea to Sirius XM as "the antithesis of what 'Fast & Furious' movies generally are,' adding it won't go on and on.
"I want to do, and I still want to do, the quintessential Hobbs movie that — and without giving anything away — you watch a man walk off into the sunset," Johnson said in 2021.
Worldwide gross: $788,680,968
Johnson's Hobbs switched teams and worked with Dom's team in the sixth "Fast & Furious" film which became the sixth highest-grossing film of 2013.
Worldwide gross: $800,059,707
According to Deadline, the sequel made a profit of around $236 million.
Worldwide gross: $962,542,945
Before the release of "Spider-Man: No Way Home," "Jumanji" was Sony's highest-grossing movie for the studio domestically. Deadline reported that the film made a profit of $305 million.
Worldwide gross: $1,236,005,118
"Fate" became the second film in the "Fast" franchise to cross the $1 billion mark. The film had the fourth-largest opening weekend of all time behind "Avengers: Endgame," "Avengers: Infinity War," and "Spider-Man: No Way Home."
Worldwide gross: $1,515,341,399
At the time of its release, it became the fastest film to cross $1 billion.
"Furious 7" is Universal's second-highest-grossing movie of all time behind "Jurassic World," which was released the same year. Nearly $400 million of the film's box office came from China. Deadline estimated that the film made a profit of $354 million.