Transformers: Age of Extinction has finally crossed the $200 million domestic mark as well as the $750 million worldwide mark. According to Sunday estimates from Box Office Mojo, Transformers 4 has reached roughly $209,031,000. For comparisons, at this point Dark of the Moon sat around $278 million and 2014's domestic leader, Captain America: The Winter Soldier, was at $200.5 million. The US box office has definitely not been strong for any movies this year but Transformers is still expected to surpass Captain America to become the highest grossing movie in the US so far this year. Worldwide, Transformers has accumulated roughly $752,531,000 with most foreign countries not reporting since July 6th. At this point in Dark of the Moon's run, it made $705,419,010 so even though TF4 is struggling (compared to past films) in the US, the movie is still making slightly more than the third film overall and has claimed the title as the highest grossing movie worldwide in 2014 so far.