No, not Allied...
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Someone hit the NoS on this ride, and there are no brakes. Guess we'll just have to fly from building to building!
Furious 7 may have broken box office records its opening weekend, but its second weekend was no slouch either!
The sequel pulled in another $60.6 million in the U.S. — which would have been impressive for most movies' opening weekends — but its real power this weekend was overseas!
Paul Walker's final film broke China's one-day all-time box office record on Sunday with an insane $68.6 mil!
In fact, it's already broken records to become the top grossing movie ever in India, Argentina, and 12 other territories around the world!
Fast & Furious 6 was the previous franchise best, making $789 mil worldwide. 7 has already surpassed that in just 10 days as China's opening brings its total to $800.5 MILLION!
Box office analysts are now predicting the flick could end up topping out at a ridiculous $1.4 billion with a B!
If that's true, it will take Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows Part 2's place as the fourth highest grossing movie of all time!
Not a bad heist for a gang of street racers!