Dwayne Johnson's "Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle" crossed $403.7 million at the domestic box office on Tuesday night, making it Sony Pictures' highest grossing film of all time domestically.
That means it surpassed the studio's 2002 hit "Spider-Man." "Jumanji," also starring Jack Black, Kevin Hart and Karen Gillan, has grossed $950 million worldwide.
Domestically, "Jumanji" is also the highest-grossing film ever in the careers of Johnson, Hart and Black. Directed by Jake Kasdan, it is also the biggest Sony-owned release of all time at the global box office, as well as the second-highest grossing film ever released by the studio, just behind "Skyfall," which is owned by MGM.
"Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle" held the top spot at the box office for four weeks, including three weeks consecutively, after its release in December. It was also the first December wide release to hold the No. 1 spot on a February weekend since 1998's "Titanic.
"Given the length of Columbia Pictures' esteemed history, this is a cool milestone," said Tom Rothman, chairman of Sony Pictures Motion Picture Group. "It's a great credit to Jake Kasdan, all the producers, the terrific actors, and everyone at the studio who worked so hard. It gives us a grand target to shoot for with the next one."
Matt Tolmach produced along with William Teitler.