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Furious 7 Passes $1B Mark Internationally; Becomes Fifth Highest Grossing Film in History

Universal's Furious 7 dominates the domestic box office once again, becoming the first film since 2012's The Hunger Games to top box office charts for four weeks in a row—while bringing its total to a cool $320m. Internationally, the film has become the third film ever to pass the one billion mark, joining the company of Avatar and Titanic, and is now the fifth highest-grossing film in history.

1. Furious 7 (Universal) $18m 3,808/$4,795 avg. (week 4)
2. Paul Bart: Mall Cop 2 (Sony) $15.5m 3,633/$4,266 avg. (week 2)
3. The Age of Adaline (Lionsgate) $13m 2,991/$4,472 avg. (debut)
4. Home (Fox) $8.3m 3,311/$2,507 avg. (week 5)
5. Unfriended (Universal) $6.2m 2,775/$2,250 avg. (week 2)

Lionsgate's The Age of Adaline, a romantic drama starring Blake Lively as a woman who mysteriously loses the ability to age, debuts in the Top 3. Meanwhile, Warner Bros.Water Diviner, starring Russell Crowe as an Australian man searching for his lost sons after WWI's battle of Gallipoli, debuts at #14 with an average of $3,906 across just 320 theaters.

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