The Fast & Furious franchise is going out with a bang. Or, if we’re talking sounds, it’s probably more of a ka-ching.  Since its release on Thursday, Furious 7 has already recorded the highest opening of 2015. On Friday, the flick made a spectacular $67.3 million, according to Box Office Mojo.

Furious 7
Furious 7 gave Paul Walker a final tribute. 

The numbers put it on track to close the weekend past the $150 million mark. Of course, we won’t know until Monday morning. According to BOM’s stats, this puts the flick in tenth place for all-time biggest opening, on par with The Hunger Games and The Dark Knight. It's up 74 percent on Fast & Furious 6, which was the previous best debut in the 14-year-old franchise. In a single day, Furious 7 has already earned more than the third instalment in the franchise (The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift) grossed during its entire run.

More: Furious 7 Gives Paul Walker a Proper Send-Off

Watch the Furious 7 Trailer below.

Is nostalgia a factor here? Probably, but that might not be enough to carry Furious 7 through Saturday and Sunday. The low-end forecast is around $135 million, which would be double the Friday number; on the high end, it would play like Captain America: The Winter Soldier and wind up with nearly $180 million.

More: Read the review for Furious 7 here.

More updates to follow – check back on Monday morning.