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Will Smith took to Instagram this weekend to thank his fans for 'Aladdin' becoming his the star's biggest film ever at the global box office. 

Smith told fans that he was "humbled."

 "To be in this game as long as I've been in this game and to have my biggest movie at this point in my career, I just want to say thank you," he says in the video.

He then said "thank you" in several different languages.

Director Guy Ritchie's live-action remake of the Disney classic has raked in a whopping $874.2 million worldwide beating out Smith's previous record with 'Independence Day' which pulled in $817.4 million globally back in 1996.

For the moment, Suicide Squad remains Smith's top-grossing movie in North America with $325.1M according to Deadline.

"Aladdin just became the biggest movie of my career! I'm honored and I'm Speechless. (You see what I did there?Gotta pay attention) The only thing I can say is... Thank You" he wrote on Instagram.