The "Spider-man" reboot has grossed $65 million over its opening weekend and $140 million in its first six days at North American theaters.
The film has generated $341.2 million overall, including $201.6 million overseas since it began rolling out a week earlier in some foreign markets.
According to Imax, $24 million of the total ticket sales was from showings in IMAX wide-screen theaters.
In the US, the Amazing Spider-Man began its run with the highest Tuesday gross ever ($35 million) and then the second-highest non-opening Wednesday ever ($23.3 million).
Ahead of release, Sony was forecasting between $110 and $120 million for the six-day frame at US box office.
Starring Andrew Garfield in the role played by Tobey Maguire in three earlier installments, the film follows Spider-Man alter-ego Peter Parker in high school as he turns into a crime-fighting superhero. Garfield's real life girlfriend, Emma Stone, plays Parker's girlfriend, Gwen Stacy.
Marc Webb ("(500) Days of Summer") directed the film, which co-stars Rhys Ifans, Sally Field and Martin Sheen.