Updated January 14, 2019: Sony Pictues Animation's Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse has earned $302.3 million worldwide at the box office through Saturday, according to Variety. That breaks down to $147.7m domestically and $154.6m internationally - thanks in part to debuts over the weekend in Brazil and Thailand.
With those numbers, Spider-Verse is now the fourth-largest comic book-based animated film at the global box office, behind Big Hero 6 ($652m), Adventures of Tintin ($373.9m), and The Lego Batman Movie ($310.6m).
Original Story: Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse has earned $213.2 million globally after three weekends in theaters, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
While coming in fourth globally this weekend after Aquaman, Mary Poppins Returns, and Bumblebee, the Sony Pictures Animation film took in $18m domestically on Friday and Saturday, with an additional $60m from 60 international markets in those two days.
Overall, Spider-Verse has domestically earned $103.6m, with $109.6m coming from overseas.
Compared to other superhero animated films this year, Spider-Verse pales against Pixar's Incredibles 2 ($1.242 billion) but has soundly surpassed Warner Bros. Animation's Teen Titans GO! to the Movies ($52m).