On Tuesday, Star Wars: The Force Awakens added $13 million internationally and $8M domestically.

Overseas, TFA dropped just 10% from Monday to bring its cume to $799.1M. That means no changes in the rankings, with JJ Abrams’ continuation of the epic sci-fi saga holding at No. 14 ever overseas and No. 4 worldwide. The worldwide total is now $1,557.3M.

In all likelihood, the offshore ranking will change with today’s grosses factored in as TFA should pass Skyfall, Pirates Of The Caribbean: On Stranger Tides and Iron Man 3. That would make it the No. 11 movie ever overseas.

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To move up on the global chart to No. 3, it would need to pass Jurassic World’s $1.669B. China opens this Saturday. In the meantime, the leading markets outside North America are the UK ($148.7M), Germany ($85.4M), France $71.5M), Japan ($57.3M) and Australia ($53.1M).