This comes as no surprise, but still nice to hear: According to Deadline, the newest Daniel Craig-starring James Bond flick, Skyfall, is now the number two movie of all time in the UK, surpassing films like Titanic, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Pt. 2, and Toy Story 3 - though, it still falls behind James Cameron's Avatar, which earned $148.9 million in the UK when it was released in late 2009. 

Since it's release in the UK on October 26, Skyfall has pulled in an impressive $117.7 million in their box office, bringing its worldwide cumulative earnings to $518.6 million as of last Sunday. This, also, makes it the top 2D film of all time in the UK.

And, if those aren't enough records broken for you - just last week, the film was named the highest-grossing movie of 2012 in the UK, as well as the top James Bond film of all time. Not bad at all.

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[via Deadline]