Disney/Marvel’s Avengers: Age Of Ultron international box office today becomes the 5th title in history to surpass the $900M mark internationally. This comes after we reported yesterday that the superhero cluster flick had tallied up just over $895M after this past weekend, which put it toe-to-toe international total of Marvel’s The Avengers.

The other films that have also crossed the $900M threshold are Furious 7 ($1.15B and running this year), Titanic ($1.52B in 1997), Avatar ($2B in 2009), Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 2 ($960M in 2011).

The film, which is still playing in 91 territories, has a whopping worldwide gross of $1.327B. It currently ranks as the No. 6 film of all time globally. It is currently at $428.6M domestically and $899.3M right now.

The film’s top international market is China with $229.1M, followed by Korea which took in $82.1M as of yesterday, the UK ($71.9M), Mexico ($49.9M) and Brazil ($46.6M). Japan will be the last international territory for Ultron on July 4.