X-Men: Days of Future Past Crosses $500 Million Mark Worldwide

In its second weekend of release, 20th Century Fox’s X-Men: Days of Future Past has surpassed the $459.4 million grossed by X-Men: The Last Stand to become the biggest film in the franchise. The $200 million Bryan Singer-directed film added $32.6 million in second place domestically to push its total to $162.1 million and it brought in another $95.5 million internationally for an overseas total of $338.1 million. The global total now stands at $500.2 million.

Dropping down two spots to fourth, Warner Bros. and Legendary’s Godzilla earned $12.2 million domestically its third weekend to bring its total to $174.7 million. The international box office for the film stands at $166.6 million and worldwide total has reached $341.3 million. Godzilla cost about $160 million to make.

In seventh place, Sony Pictures’ The Amazing Spider-Man 2 brought in $3.8 million its fifth weekend in domestic theaters for a total of $192.7 million. Internationally, the film added $11.2 million to push its overseas total to $497.3 million. The Amazing Spider-Man 2 has grossed $690 million worldwide, which is far behind The Amazing Spider-Man‘s $757.3 million from 2012.

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