It’s time to break out the chimichangas. Deadpool may have been dethroned by surprise hit Zootopia a few weeks ago, but the vulgar superhero flick is still collecting plenty of accolades. The film, which is also nominated for a bunch of MTV Movie Awards, just became the highest grossing R-rated movie worldwide.
According to Screen Crush, the Ryan Reynolds-led venture raked in a whopping $745,974,060 both domestically and abroad—surpassing The Matrix Reloaded’s record of $742,128,461. This would be the second title stripped of Neo (played by Keanu Reeves) this week. A wild fan theory suggests that Agent Smith is actually The One.
For Deadpool, the accomplishment can be added to a slew of others including highest grossing R-rated opening weekend ever, biggest opening for 20th Century Fox and highest grossing February opening weekend.
Back in the States, the film will have to play catch up to Mel Gibson’s Passion of the Christ—which sits mighty at $370,782,930—and the war drama American Sniper—which is barely holding onto second place with $350,126,372—if it wants to top those rated R records. Deadpool has grossed about $349 million in the U.S. so far.