Avengers: Endgame post-credit scene finally arrives
Avengers: Endgame could be the very first MCU film to not have any mid-or post-credit scenes, until today. That is right; if you head to the theatre this weekend to visit Endgame, there’ll be something after the credits of Spiderman: Far From Home trailer.
The spoiler-filled trailer fell. Fortunately, star Tom Holland provides a warning of that in the start.
“For those who have not seen Avengers: Endgame yet, stops watching because some serious spoilers are coming up,” Holland said. “However, if you’ve seen Avengers: Endgame, enjoy the trailer.” It makes sense that since it is going to follow Endgame anyhow that it be shown after the film ends. If you haven’t watched it yet, you can watch the trailer below.
Avengers: Endgame has become very popular.
Additionally, Avengers: Endgame has become the most-tweeted-about movie ever, beating out Black Panther. Endgame was included in over 50 million tweets. In these tweets, many of us used the amazing Endgame emojis.
Additionally, it was later reported that Avengers: Endgame took the place of the second-highest grossing movie in the entire world from Titanic. It created $2.189 billion. Titanic generated $2.128 billion. Outside the global record, also, it conquers Titanic domestically with $619.7 million.
The highest-grossing film was Avatar at $2.788 billion globally, so we are going to have to wait to find out whether the Avengers can conquer that.
The box office records of Avengers: Endgame has been crazy.
Avengers: Endgame has conquered imagination because even before its introduction. For starters, it marketed five times as many tickets since Infinity War throughout its first week of presales. This should come as no surprise with all the need for tickets being mad enough for lovers to invest upwards of $15,000 to get a set of seats.
Additionally, the movie broke the record for Atom Tickets’ bestselling film ever in just ten days.
The most recent Marvel movie made an estimated $1.2 billion at the global box office for its opening, based on Disney. It’s the only movie to cross the $1 billion mark for its introduction.
It shattered documents, together with the other movie at the No. 1 place becoming Avengers: Infinity War that made $640 million its opening weekend.
It’s now the second-highest rated MCU movie on Rotten Tomatoes after Black Panther.