'Fifty Shades Darker' Makes An Impressive Worldwide Box Office Debut At Number 1

With a little help from their awesome soundtracks, Fifty Shades Darker has made an impressive box office debut at number one worldwide, while coming in second to The Lego Batman Movie domestically.

"Universal's 'Fifty Shades Darker' felt the love from global audiences as it earned an impressive $146.9 million worldwide, with over $100 million generated in 57 international territories," said comScore's Senior Media Analyst Paul Dergarabedian.

"That franchise film was followed by another piece of branded entertainment with fellow newcomer 'The Lego Batman Movie' from Warner Bros. constructing a solid $92.6 million 61 territory second place worldwide debut."

The numbers for Fifty Shades Darker may rise as the Valentine's Day celebration nears, making it a pretty nice box office hit for the second installment in the series.

You can check out a full list of the box office hits and misses below.

The top 12 worldwide weekend box office estimates, listed in descending order, per data collected as of Sunday, February 12, are below.

1. Fifty Shades Darker - Universal - $146.9M

2. Lego Batman Movie, The - Warner Bros. - $92.6M

3. xXx: The Return Of Xander Cage - Paramount Pictures - $70.8M

4. John Wick: Chapter Two - Lionsgate - $40.6M

5. Split - Universal - $17.8M

6.

La La Land - Lionsgate - $16.5M

7. Kung Fu Yoga - Multiple - $16.0M

8. Rings - Paramount Pictures - $15.4M

9.

Cook Up a Storm - Multiple - $12.1M

10. Duckweed - Multiple - $11.9M

11. Jolly LLB 2 - Multiple - $11.2M

12. Hidden Figures - 20th Century Fox - $10.7M

The top 12 domestic weekend box office estimates, listed in descending order, per data collected as of Sunday, February 12, are below.

1. Lego Batman Movie, The - Warner Bros. - $55.6M

2. Fifty Shades Darker - Universal - $46.8M

3. John Wick: Chapter Two - Lionsgate - $30.0M

4. Split - Universal - $9.3M

5. Hidden Figures - 20th Century Fox - $8.0M

6.

Dog's Purpose, A - Universal - $7.4M

7. Rings - Paramount - $5.8M

8. La La Land - Lionsgate - $5.0M

9.

Lion - The Weinstein Company - $4.1M

10. Space Between Us, The - STX Entertainment - $1.8M

11. Sing - Universal - $1.6M

12. Rogue One: A Star Wars Story - Disney - $1.5M