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'Furious 7' Is Officially Bigger Than 'Harry Potter'

Dom Toretto defeats The Boy Who Lived as 'Furious 7' speeds past 'Deathly Hallows: Part 2.'

You're a wizard, Dom!

Well, no, not really, but Dominic Toretto must have some kind of magical powers to ward off The Boy Who Lived. "Furious 7" has officially surpassed "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2" to become the fourth highest-grossing movie of all time, according to Box Office Mojo. Suck it, Potter.

The seventh "Fast & Furious" film currently stands at about $1.349 billion worldwide, while "Hallows: Part 2" ended its run at $1.342 billion. (These totals are unadjusted for inflation.)

"Furious 7" can credit its worldwide box office domination to its record-breaking performance in China, where it has become the highest-grossing film... ever. In fact, the film's Chinese box office have surpassed its US numbers, which is pretty arm-cast-shattering crazy.

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Dom and his ride or die family better enjoy their final victory lap while they still can; come this weekend, "Avengers: Age of Ultron" will take the top spot at the box office. Still, it's been a hell of a ride for "Furious 7."

With the success of "Furious 7," the "Fast & Furious" franchise has grossed $3.7 billion worldwide. Accio, Coronas for everyone!