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Top 10 Most Googled Movies in 2015

The world is always on the lookout for more cool movies, for more adventures to live while safely sitting in front of their TVs or in a seat in the theater, helping add to the top 10 most googled movies in 2015.

This year has been quite full of awesome movies that hit theaters worldwide, although movies launched at the end of 2014 were also quite popular given the small number of days spent on the big screens in the previous year. Similarly, the movies launched this December will be a hit into 2016 as more and more people find the time and money to go check them out at the nearest theater.

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Some movies have been so popular this year that they’ve not only made it onto the most googled movies list, but also on the list of the top 10 Google Searches in 2015. That’s because these were movies with a lot of hype around them, some of it due to the marketing surrounding the production, some of it due to the names attached to the project, some of it due to the franchise they’re part of and most of all due to the fan base that’s already formed for this type of movies. Furious 7, Jurassic World and American Sniper, for instance, took up the sixth, fourth and tenth place respectively on the overall chart of this year’s most searched for terms on Google.

And if looking at Google’s top searches isn’t the most telling for how important some things were during a year, I don’t know what is. After all, the search engine has billions of users and some 40,000 search queries are handled by Google’s servers every second. That adds up to over 3.5 billion per day and 1.2 trillion per year.

So, we’re going to take a look at the top 10 most googled movies in 2015, hoping that our favorites will be on the list, which might as well mean that we contributed to them being there.