Fifty Shades of Grey has grossed more than $500 million worldwide.

The Hollywood Reporter reports that the film, which had a budget of $40million, has earned $150m in the US and Canada and a further $352m internationally.

Fifty Shades has been especially successful in places where the E L James novel was a bestseller, including the UK and here in Ireland ( a combined $46.9m), Germany ($33.7m), France ($24.5m) and Brazil ($24.2m).

It has also been a great success in Italy ($21.2m), Spain ($19.2m), Russia ($17m), Australia ($16.1m), Mexico ($14.6m), Venezuela ($9.8m), Poland ($8.6m) and Argentina ($7.6m).

Fifty Shades of Grey is yet to open in Egypt, with the film set for release on March 11.  The adaptation has been banned in Malaysia, Indonesia, Kenya, UAE, Cambodia, Papua New Guinea and the North Caucasus region of Russia.

It was recently announced that the film has also been banned in India, despite a censored version of being submitted by Universal Pictures.

The Hollywood Reporter reports that the film, which had a budget of $40million, has earned $150m in the US and Canada and a further $352m internationally.

Fifty Shades has been especially successful in places where the E L James novel was a bestseller, including the UK and here in Ireland ( a combined $46.9m), Germany ($33.7m), France ($24.5m) and Brazil ($24.2m).

It has also been a great success in Italy ($21.2m), Spain ($19.2m), Russia ($17m), Australia ($16.1m), Mexico ($14.6m), Venezuela ($9.8m), Poland ($8.6m) and Argentina ($7.6m).

Fifty Shades of Grey is yet to open in Egypt, with the film set for release on March 11.  The adaptation has been banned in Malaysia, Indonesia, Kenya, UAE, Cambodia, Papua New Guinea and the North Caucasus region of Russia.

It was recently announced that the film has also been banned in India, despite a censored version of being submitted by Universal Pictures.