Avengers: Endgame earns $350 million domestically and $1.2 billion globally

No it's not any of these people

No it's not any of these

It is the first film to ever cross the billion-dollar benchmark in a single weekend.

Avengers: Endgame's total collection now stands at Rs 104 crore in mere two days and is expected to break further records.

Imax reported that "Avengers: Endgame" broke its worldwide opening record with $91.5 million, 92% above previous record-holder "Star Wars: The Force Awakens".

Endgame still has a long way to go in its box office run, and it's bound to hit at least a few more records before it's done.

Over the five-day launch weekend, Marvel Studios' twenty-second film grossed a total of $350 million in North America alone.

Avengers: Endgame tickets accounted for more than four out of every five tickets sold at United States cinemas this weekend - just let that sink in. Even for the Marvel Cinematic Universe and its gargantuan hauls, this was a gargantuan haul.

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After 22 MCU movies, the Infinity Saga concludes with Avengers: Endgame.

In addition, the movie also expanded the domestic box office market. Since 2008 with the premiere of Iron Man, the Marvel Cinematic Universe has been building up its films, characters, and franchise towards this, pardon the pun, endgame.

Its predecessor, Avengers: Infinity War, now holds the record for largest debut weekend with $257.7 million in ticket sales in North America.

Domestically, Box Office Mojo is estimating it'll make $497 million on its opening weekend, the first-ever debut at that number. The company's "Captain Marvel" - positioned as a kind of Marvel lead-in to "Endgame" - also rose to No. 2 on the weekend, eight weeks after it opened.

Paul Dergarabedian, senior analyst at Comscore, said that "Endgame" signals a "momentous end of an era" but now opens the door for "a new and exciting chapter for the future of the Marvel brand".

"We are floored and amazed by the response from all the moviegoers and fans around the world", Cathleen Taff, the president of distribution for Walt Disney Pictures, said in an interview. Highest all-time box office for any Saturday or Sunday as well.

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