"This Is It" is raking in money gloved hand over fist.
The movie of Michael Jackson's final performances as he rehearsed for a concert tour, has passed the $200 million mark at the box office worldwide, Sony Pictures said.
The film has pulled in $61 million in the U.S. and more than $140 million overseas, said the studio.
The movie shows the King of Pop performing such hits as "Beat It," "Thriller," "Human Nature" and "Billie Jean."
Jackson died in June just weeks before his marathon of 50 concerts was to begin in London.
The $200 million-plus gross is almost three times more than last year's "Hannah Montana/Miley Cyrus: Best of Both Worlds Concert Tour" - a movie some box-office watchers had used as a benchmark for "This Is It."
The Jackson film opened on Oct. 28 for a planned two-week run, but has since been extended until early next month.