Fast & Furious 7 has hit $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 $195 million overseas from 66 markets for a foreign total of $548 million.
Domestically, Furious 7 earned $60.6 million to end the weekend with a 10-day total of $252.2 million, which is more than the $239 that Furious 6 collected in entire run, said the Hollywood Reporter.
The movie debuted in China on Sunday to $68.6 million — the biggest single-day gross in history for the world's second-largest moviegoing market. Its collection in India stands at $20.8 million, in Mexico it is $39.7 million, followed by $39.1 million in the UK, $28.3 million in Germany, $23.5 million in Brazil, $23.1 million in Australia, $20.7 million in France, $18.8 million in Taiwan, $16.3 million in Argentina, $16.2 million in
Italy and $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.