Surpassing the glory of its two predecessors, "Pirates of the Caribbean: At Worlds End" continues to strive high on the worldwide box office as it has already collected sensational gross-to-date of $624 million in its second week of release, president of Walt Disney Studios Marketing and Distribution Mark Zoradi proudly announced yesterday, June 4.
Scoring a satisfying number of $44.2 million in domestic market, the last part of Disney's "Pirates of the Caribbean" trilogy gloriously added another $105.4 million in its international sophomore spin to thereby make up a total $149.6 million for its worldwide income on the weekend ended June 3, 2007.
"'Pirates of the Caribbean: At Worlds End' is continuing to captivate and enthrall audiences all over the world and to perform like the champion that it is," Zoradi remarked. "Word-of-mouth continues to be fantastic and the returns at the global box office reflect the film's phenomenal popularity. We're thrilled with the film's performance so far and have high hopes for its continued success at the box office."