Disney-Marvel’s “Avengers: Age of Ultron” is crossing the $500 million mark in international grosses, hitting the milestone 17 days into its release.

The tentpole is already the third most successful Marvel title in terms of foreign box office, trailing only 2012’s “Avengers” with $895 million and 2013’s “Iron Man 3” with $806 million.

The international total has already topped those of “Captain America” ($194 million), “Iron Man” ($265 million), “Thor” ($268 million), “Iron Man 2” ($310 million), “Thor: The Dark World” ($439 million), “Guardians of the Galaxy” ($441 million) and “Captain America: Winter Soldier” ($455 million).

“Age of Ultron” will open in China on May 12 and in Japan on July 4.

“Age of Ultron” has grossed $235.7 million in its first seven days in the U.S. and  is expected to dominate the box office this weekend with around $85 million.