Biggest Ever Opening Day Record Set By 'Avengers: Endgame' in China Box Office

Although Avengers: Endgame is still in its early run at the box office, one publication is already major a huge projection about the ground breaking box office record the film is most likely to set. As per Bloomberg, Endgame will unseat Avatar as the highest grossing film of all time.

Endgame earns $1.91 Billion at Global Box Office

Endgame set to become the highest grossing film ever
Avengers Endgame set to become the highest grossing box office film ever

Avengers: Endgame has already grossed $1.91 billion at the global box office, which guarantees that it will cross $2 billion at a point during the weekend. This is likely after the box office receipts come in tomorrow morning. If the film settles around $2 billion this weekend, this would mean that Marvel Studio’s Avengers: Endgame would need $789 million more to surpass the previous box office record set by Avatar at $2.7 billion.

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Endgame is currently ranked 5th on the list of highest grosses at global box office and trails Infinity War by just $134 million and Star Wars: The Force Awakens by about $154 million. Endgame might surpass these two films this weekend. James Cameron’s Avatar still rules the list with Titanic at the second spot with a worldwide gross of $2.19 billion, which is around $273 million more than Endgame.

Endgame is still in its early run

Endgame trails Avatar by $746 million
Endgame trails Avatar by $746 million

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Avatar has continued to be an anomaly at the box office, performing well enough throughout its run course. Avatar’s box office multiplier ended around the range of 11x, which is a spectacular number when it’s about big budget films. Infinity War finished with a multiplier of just 2.43x despite its historical run. Using Infinity War’s multiplier, Endgame will gross around 2.92 billion.

Endgame is running in theatres now. Here is the movie’s trailer:

Source: Comicbook, CNBC

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