A film shining a light on the fight against child trafficking has now outgrossed major feature films at theatres across North America.

Since its debut on July 4, Sound of Freedom has generated nearly $150 million at the domestic box office and outgrossed movies such as the new Mission Impossible and The Flash.

“Throughout our fourth weekend, audiences have continued to show up and support Sound of Freedom, and our theatrical partners have given us ample real estate to meet that continued demand,” said Brandon Purdie, Head of Theatrical Distribution at Angel Studios. “We now know that this incredible film is going to surpass the $150 million mark domestically, and we’re strongly positioned to go well past that.”

Sound of Freedom is based on the true story of former government agent Tim Ballard who quit his job to rescue a little girl from sex traffickers in the Colombian jungle. In the process, Tim saved 123 people, 55 of which were children.

"It is my hope and my prayer that we see something change in this world in regard to these children. I 1000 percent believe that the only way that anything will happen is if we unite and take action," said singer/songwriter Lauren Daigle who recently watched the film.

“I feel like this film needs to be seen by every human being in the world because it’s going to help future generations,” said actress Samantha Lockwood. "I think this movie is an amazing gift for humanity. It is going to help millions of children and people wake up and see the reality that is happening right under their noses."

When it debuted, Sound of Freedom was in 2634 theatres. It has now grown to 3,411. Angel Studios anticipates the numbers will only continue to rise.