‘Fast & Furious 7’ has hit USD 800 million mark at the global box office only in its second weekend. The Universal movie, the final film from the late Paul Walker, earned another USD 195 million overseas from 66 markets for a foreign total of USD 548 million.
Domestically, “Furious 7” earned USD 60.6 million to end the weekend with a 10-day total of USD 252.2 million, which is more than the USD 239 that “Furious 6” collected in entire run, said the Hollywood Reporter.
The movie debuted in China on Sunday to USD 68.6 million — the biggest single-day gross in history for the world’s second-largest moviegoing market. Its collection in India stands at USD 20.8 million, in Mexico it is USD 39.7 million, followed by USD 39.1 million in the UK, USD 28.3 million in Germany, USD 23.5 million in Brazil, USD 23.1 million in Australia, USD 20.7 million in France, USD 18.8 million in Taiwan, USD 16.3 million in Argentina, USD 16.2 million in Italy and USD 16.1 million in South Korea.
The movie is already Universal’s highest-grossing film of all time in 14 territories, including Argentina and India.