The 10th animated film to gross $1 billion worldwide is "Super Mario Bros. Movie."

The animated film "The Super Mario Bros. Movie" reached another milestone nearly one month after its successful opening weekend.

On Sunday, the film crossed $1 billion at the global box office and remained No. 1 for the fourth weekend, according to Universal.

"Super Mario Bros." became the 10th animated film to gross $1 billion, surpassing "Minions: The Rise of the Gru"'s $942.5 million in 2019.

For its five-day US and Canadian premiere on April 5, the film grossed over $200 million and nearly $380 million internationally.

 "Super Mario Bros." outperformed Marvel's "Ant Man and the Wasp: Quantumania," which grossed $225.3 million worldwide in February.

Chris Pratt plays Mario, Charlie Day plays Luigi, and Anya Taylor-Joy plays Princess Peach in the "Super Mario"-inspired film.

In "The Super Mario Bros. Movie," Brooklyn plumbers Mario and Luigi travel down a mystery pipe while fixing a water main.

 “Mario embarks on an epic quest to find Luigi” after the brothers wander into a “magical new world” and get separated.

Keegan-Michael Key, Seth Rogen, Fred Armisen, Kevin Smith, Jack Black Charles Martinet, who voices Mario in video games, joins Michael Richardson and Sebastian Maniscalco.