Over the weekend, the sequel to 2016’s first installment in the Deadpool franchise passed a milestone that would no doubt elicit a joyful wisecrack or two from the delightfully profane Merc with a Mouth.

The Hollywood Reporter has revealed that Deadpool 2, including the re-cut PG13 version Once Upon a Deadpool, has now passed $784 million at the global box office. The sequel hit that mark over the Super Bowl weekend, making it 20th Century Fox’s highest-grossing X-Men title now that it’s edged past the previous record-holder. Which, by the way, is a reference to the first Deadpool movie, which raked in $783 million globally.

The sequel owes its success to the holiday-themed remake. From THR: “Prior to December, Deadpool 2‘s global box office tally clocked in at around $738 million. This got a boost from Once Upon a Deadpool, a Christmas-themed version of the sequel that used The Princess Bride (complete with Fred Savage) as a framing device. It also helped that the film, directed by David Leitch, received a release in China, which did not screen the R-rated version when it arrived last year.”

Once Upon a Deadpool has garnered more than $45 million in ticket sales. THR reports that most of that has come from China, where Deadpool 2 earned more than $40 million pretty quickly. Also worth noting is that Reynolds himself made an appearance in China to promote the sequel ahead of its debut, and the family-friendly re-cut is what allowed the movie to play there, while the first installment never did.

Deadpool 2 first opened in theaters in May 2018 with a story focused on Deadpool/Wade Wilson putting together a crew of heroes after the death of his girlfriend, played by Morena Baccarin.

As we noted in our earlier coverage of the remake, Once Upon a Deadpool also included a charitable component. For every new Deadpool 2 ticket sold, $1 was allocated to the charity Fudge Cancer — “previously known as F*** Cancer,” the movie announcement notes, adding that the charity “graciously changed their name to be more PG-13 friendly for the 12 days of Once Upon A Deadpool’s release.”

Andy is a reporter in Memphis who also contributes to outlets like Fast Company and The Guardian. When he’s not writing about technology, he can be found hunched protectively over his burgeoning collection of vinyl, as well as nursing his Whovianism and bingeing on a variety of TV shows you probably don’t like.