- George Clooney-led movies have made more than $3 billion combined at the box office.
- Currently starring in "Ticket to Paradise," his most successful films are from the "Ocean's" franchise.
- Only seven of Clooney's movies have crossed $200 million worldwide.
Worldwide gross: $209,035,668
"Tomorrowland" was supposed to kick off a franchise for Disney. Instead, the film, based on the Disney Parks' themed land and the idea of exploring an alternate universe, lost Disney between $120 to $150 million, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Worldwide gross: $238,235,719
The lowest-grossing live-action Batman film, "Batman & Robin" nearly killed the run of movies featuring the Dark Knight until Christopher Nolan's successful franchise.
The film was blamed for focusing too much on "toyetics," the practice of inserting items into the movie to be turned into toys and other merchandise. Director Joel Schumacher discussed this in the film's commentary.
Worldwide gross: $311,312,624
After mixed reviews for "Ocean's Twelve," the final film in the trilogy returned to the familiar format of the first film in the saga.
Unlike the first two movies in the franchise, "Ocean's Thirteen" didn't crack the year's top 10 at the box office. It was the 16th highest-grossing film of 2007.
Worldwide gross: $328,718,434
Based on Sebastian Junger's book of the same name, the 2000 disaster film had a big cast, including Clooney, Mark Wahlberg, Diane Lane, and John C. Reilly. It was nominated for two Oscars for best sound and visual effects.
Worldwide gross: $362,744,280
Not as well-reviewed as the original, the "Ocean's Eleven" sequel was the 10th highest-grossing movie of 2004.
Worldwide gross: $450,717,150
WB's remake of the 1960 heist classic was a break-out hit. The film was the fifth highest-grossing movie of 2001 behind "Harry Potter," "The Lord of the Rings," "Monsters, Inc.," and "Shrek."
Worldwide gross: $723,192,705
Clooney's team-up with Sandra Bullock about a space mission gone awry won seven Academy Awards, including best director and cinematography.
Until 2019's "Joker," it was the highest-grossing October release and is one of the best-performing sci-fi movies at the box office of all time.