Michael Bay's Transformers 4 has topped the list of 2014's 100 highest-grossing international films by cashing-in a total of with $845.3 million dollars at the global box office.
Transformers: Age of Extinction stands at No. 5 domestically in the US with $245.4 million dollars whereas Guardians of the Galaxy, that ranks one in domestic market was ranked 11 in highest-grossing international films, Deadline.com reported.
Angelina Jolie's Maleficent that was released in 84 territories secured the second position by raking-in $516.8 million, followed by X-Men: Days of Future Past by cashing-in $514.2 million at the global box office.
Disney's Frozen and Amazing Spider-Man 2 secured the 4th and 5th spot respectively.
Across the Top 10, Fox and Disney had three titles a piece, Warner had two and Paramount and Sony each had one.