Captain Marvel just continues to impress — the film has made more than $1 billion in the global box office, making it the 7th Marvel movie in history to do so.

The film, starring Brie Larson, is the first female superhero movie to reach the $1 billion mark, which only 37 other films in history have managed to accomplish.

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Also, the film’s direct Anna Boden is the first woman to ever direct a live-action movie that has grossed $1 billion.

The film has just continued to make history even before its debut. It became the 10th biggest comic-book release of all time recently. Before this milestone, the film had the biggest-ever opening weekend for a female-fronted film.

While it’s obvious this is the studio’s first female-led superhero film, women are also making waves behind the scenes. Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck are co-directing, and Boden is Marvel’s first female directors.

The box office success comes after Captain Marvel was bashed by trolls on Rotten Tomatoes before it even came out. However, the film’s rating is steadily rising from the online hate and getting a better rating. Critics have boasted rave reviews in regards to the film despite the online hate.

Captain Marvel has also made waves in the music world. Since the movie premiered, there has been an increase in downloads of ’90s songs that are featured on the soundtrack. The soundtrack includes songs from Nirvana, No Doubt, Hole and more.

Also, the movie has an adorable tribute to Stan Lee that will bring viewers to tears.

Finally, if you’re as crazy about the film as we are, you can check out Larson and co-star Samuel L. Jackson do an amazing recreation of Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper’s Oscar performance of “Shallow” below.

See Captain Marvel in theaters now.

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