Furious 7 is showing no signs of slowing down anytime soon. This weekend, Furious 7 raced to its third winning weekend in a row at the domestic box office. Furious 7 took in a box-office leading $29.05 million, finishing ahead of newcomers Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2 and Unfriended which opened with $24 million and $16.02 million respectively.
Furious 7 has now taken in a total of $294.4 at the domestic box office, making it the highest grossing film of 2015 at the domestic box office. But it’s not only the domestic box office where Furious 7 is proving to be a champion.
On Friday, Furious 7 joined the $1 billion club at the worldwide box office, leaping into the top twenty grossing films of all time worldwide. Over the weekend, Furious 7 added even more to its international total, jumping even higher on the all-time worldwide charts. Furious 7 is now one of the ten highest grossing movies of all-time worldwide, ranking seventh with $1.152 billion.
With Furious 7 still going strong, the question becomes now how high can it climb? The film will almost certainly race past Iron Man 3 and Frozen to join the top five all-time at the worldwide box office.