Disney reported Wednesday that its live-action fairy tale "Cinderella" has danced its way past $500 million at the worldwide box office.
To date, the film has pulled in almost $195 million in the U.S. and Canada, making it the third-highest-grossing film of the year after "Avengers: Age of Ultron" and "Furious 7." Its international gross is more than $308 million.
Overseas, it played especially well in China, where it opened with $25 million and went on to make $71.1 million. It also performed well in Britain ($29.2 million), Japan ($21.6 million), Italy and Australia ($16.5 million each), Brazil ($15.5 million) and Mexico ($15.4 million).
The film, which cost $95 million to make, enchanted most moviegoers and earned an A grade from audience polling firm CinemaScore. It received an 84% positive rating from Rotten Tomatoes. It's remained in the top 10 at the domestic box office since its release in mid-March.