Captain Marvel crossed $800m worldwide on Wednesday (20) after the tentpole began the day on $797m at the global box office.
By the end of Tuesday the Marvel Studios film starring Brie Larson stood at $519.3m internationally and had overtaken X-Men: Days Of Future Past ($514m) to rank 14th in the all-time pantheon.
It is the 18th highest release at the global box office after it overtook Deadpool on $783m and Deadpool 2 on $785m. The North American running total has reached $277.6m.
China leads the international scoreboard on $135.7m, followed by South Korea on $37.5m, the UK on $32.9m, Brazil on $26.1m, and Mexico on $25.7m.
Australia has generated $19.3m, Indonesia $17.1m, Russia $16.7m, France $15.9m, Germany $14.9m, India $12.6m, and Taiwan $10.2m. The balance of territories account for $154.8m.
Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck directed Captain Marvel, which also stars Samuel L. Jackson, Ben Mendelsohn, Jude Law, Lashana Lynch, and Clark Gregg.