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Marvel Studios and Disney’s first female-led superhero film crossed the $500 million mark at the worldwide box office Tuesday.


The movie had grossed $490 million by Monday, including $164.3 million domestically and $325.6 million overseas. Captain Marvel is now on track to make more than $1 billion in global ticket sales.

Over the weekend, the film scored the sixth-best worldwide start of all time making just over $455 million.

China leads all international markets with $95 million, followed by South Korea ($25.3 million), the U.K. ($18.1 million), Brazil ($14.7 million), Mexico ($13.7 million), Australia ($12 million), Indonesia ($11.8 million), Russia ($11.3 million), France ($9.6 million), Germany ($8.4 million), India ($7.7 million), Thailand ($7 million) and other ($91 million).

Another female lead box office hit was DC and Warner Bros.’ Wonder Woman which made history debuting to $103 million in North America, proving that a female-led superhero pic could make huge bucks. The film, starring Gal Gadot, topped out at $821.8 million, including $412.6 million domestically and $409.2 million internationally.

Captain Marvel reportedly cost $150 million to produce, before marketing.



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