"Spidey 3" Wins Domestic Battle; "Pirates 3" Takes Global

The battle of the summer's biggest smash isn't decided just yet, but it looks like "Spider-Man 3" will have to be content with the biggest domestic release -- while "At World's End" takes the global prize.

According to Deadline Hollywood Daily, "Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End" has pulled in over $907 million in worldwide box office, making it only the 9th film to ever accomplish that feat. In comparison, the third "Spider-Man" adventure has made about $882 million across the planet -- and it's been out longer.



In North America alone, "SM3" has done about $333 million, while "P3" has done "only" about $296 million.

According to Box Office Mojo, the top ten all-time global grossers are: "Titanic," "Return of the King," "Dead Man's Chest," "Sorcerer's Stone," "Two Towers," "Phantom Menace," "Shrek 2," "Jurassic Park," "At World's End," and "Goblet of Fire" -- with "SM3" presently holding at number 11.

Source: Deadline Hollywood Daily, Box Office Mojo

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