Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows Part 2 has had a record breaking run in the first week - the eight and the last instalment of the boy wizard story has already earned $640.2 million and with that, the franchise has crossed the $7 billion mark worldwide.
The film earned $214.9 million at the US box office and $425.3 million at international ticket windows.
"It is an extraordinary privilege for everyone at Warner Bros to share in this piece of cinema history. We are extremely grateful to the Harry Potter fans who have remained loyal to the movies for more than a decade," deadline.com quoted Jeff Robinov, president, Warner Bros Pictures Group, as saying.
Authored by JK Rowling, the first Harry Potter book came out in 1997 and became a rage, and four years later its movie version starring Daniel Radcli