X-Men: Days of Future Past will cross the $100 million mark at the box office in China this weekend. It will be only the third movie from 20th Century Fox to reach such high numbers in China, following Titanic and Avatar.
The film is closing in on $550 million worldwide. It has currently grossed $169 million domestically and $380 million internationally. China has proven to be its largest international market by a large margin, with the UK following with $36 million.
X-Men: Days of Future Past had a strong opening on Memorial Day weekend, ranking first at the box office in all markets. It will be challenged at the box office this weekend by Edge of Tomorrow. All films will be struggling for the attention of the international market in the coming weeks as the 2014 FIFA World Cup begins on Thursday, June 12.