The box office juggernaut that is Warcraft has reached the final days of its run.
With the film having surpassed the $300 million mark worldwide, it is now the biggest film in history.
But what does that mean for the next film?
Warcraft is not the first film to hit the $100m mark.
In the 1950s, the movie The Big Sleep set the record when it reached $102m.
The following year, The Wizard of Oz, hit $100 million, and by 1964, the box office record had been broken when the film hit $109m.
In 2018, Warner Bros. hit $115m, and in 2019, Disney hit $120m.
It’s not all about the money, though.
Warcraft’s final film, The Battle of the Five Armies, received admission bonuses from Warner Bros., and in the first three days of the film’s run, Warcraft was the top-grossing film of all time.
This year, Warner Brothers has not announced a final date for a sequel.