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Universal Pictures' erotic thriller "Fifty Shades of Grey" has surpassed the $400 million mark across the globe with an earning of $91.3 million at the worldwide box office last week.

As per the official box office reports by Rentrak, the movie also managed to dominate the US box office with a collection of $23.2 million in the second weekend. 

The next one in the list is action comedy film "Kingsman: The Secret Service", which crossed $150 million mark globally. The Colin Firth starrer received $50.5 million from the worldwide box office and collected $17.5 million through the US box office.

Meanwhile, Paramount Pictures' "Spongebob Squarepants: Sponge Out Of Water" managed to hold the third position in both global and US box offices. The Paul Tibbitt starrer earned $37.4 million worldwide and $15.5 million from the US market.

While Jackie Chan's "Dragon Blade" collected $33 million, Warner Bros' "American Sniper" received $30.1 million from worldwide box office this weekend.

Other movies to top global box office are "From Vegas to Macau II" ($29 million), "Snow Girl And The Dark Crystal" ($17 million), "Wolf Totem" ($14 million), "Jupiter Ascending" ($12.6 million) and "Detective K: The Laborer's Daughter" ($12.5 million).

Whereas, "McFarland" ($11.3 million), "DUFF, The - Lionsgate" ($11 million), " Hot Tub Time Machine 2" ($5.8 million), "Jupiter Ascending" ($3.7 million), "The Imitation Game" ($2.6 million) and "Paddington" ( $2.3 million) have topped the US box office last week.