Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle continues to be a hot ticket at the worldwide box office.
Deadline reports that the Dwayne Johnson-starring reboot (sequel?) has now grossed $701.7 million worldwide, with $293.7 million of that sum coming from the domestic side. The film earned $83 million internationally this past weekend, which was enough to take it past the $700 million mark and maintain its position in the number one spot in 30 markets.
Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle now stands as Sony’s sixth-highest grossing film domestically ever and is on track to surpass Skyfall, which sits in fifth place behind Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man trilogy and Spider-Man: Homecoming. When measured up against 2017 releases, Jumanji has now surpassed Stephen King’s It to become the tenth-highest grossing film of the year and has also moved well past Justice League’s $655 million total.
For more on Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle, be sure to read our review.