’Avengers: Endgame’ earns $350 Million at the Weekend Box Office

’Avengers: Endgame’ earns $350 Million at the Weekend Box Office

’Avengers: Endgame’ hauled in a whopping $350 million in the US during its debut. The Disney and Marvel Studios film represented around 90 per cent of all domestic ticket sales. Globally ’Endgame’ hauled in more than $1.2 billion, becoming the fastest film to reach the billion dollar benchmark.

mariah 1 year

still not going to see it

Max 1 year

Would've enjoyed it more if there wasn't kid who was sitting beside who clapped then screamed "Oh baby a triple!" everyimte something happenend

Magic Yam
Magic Yam 1 year

They needed another movie in between Infinity War and End Game. Maybe a hulk movie, or even Hawkeye. Seems like wasted opportunities to me.

Francisco Santos
Francisco Santos 1 year

Woulda, Clouda, Shoulda. It ended at its height and it will be remembered, not milking it until people begin to hate it

Prodigal Liberal
Prodigal Liberal 1 year

Truly the end of the Stan Lee Marvel Universe. The feminists, beta males, leftists and China puppet masters have taken over. The directors have managed to limit Capitana Marvela this time but not for long. Goodbye and thank you to the original cast. They'll all be soon replaced. https://cosmicbook.news/captain-marvel-ruin-avengers-endgame

Andrew Colomy
Andrew Colomy 1 year

i watched a pirated version and didnt feel slightly bad about it. The theaters around me were all completely sold out of tickets for the next two weeks straight.

Notsurewewillsee 1 year

I have to admit without Stan Lee there helping keep things on track, it is probably a good thing that the whole marvel universe had an ending. While I think there will be lots of individual movies, with the way the franchise is trying to be diverse in sex and color (both in front of and behind the camera) it will be a dying franchise. Mainly because when you care about those things more than a good plot and character development, the good plot and characters disappear. But that is just my feeling. I could be proven wrong in another ten years.

Hannibal 1 year

Is it as bad as the last one?

Harris Lynch
Harris Lynch 1 year

*This does put a smile on my face

Rusty Shackleford
Rusty Shackleford 1 year

What a great wrap up to 11 years of great marvel movies. I haven’t liked all of the movies but the chemistry between the actors in the avengers was something that can’t be duplicated. Also, It’s something to behold when children and adults are sobbing together in a movie theater.

Booble Plus
Booble Plus 1 year

So this isnt so much a good news for marvel as good news for the death of Hollywood. Hope you had fun you two faced vapid shitbags because you're going to wish you only crashed as hard as the music industry.

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error msg 001 1 year

Am I the only one who thinks super hero movies are kinda...stupid!? They’re on the same lines as that ridiculously dumb Fast and the Furious franchise.

applejuice 1 year

No Disney should just leave things alone they are ruining franchises like crazy. As someone put it it's like having a cake with a little poop mixed in.

Notsurewewillsee 1 year

I can believe it earned that much, I saw it on Sunday at an early showing, the place was packed and I think half the screens were playing the movie. Of course I could be wrong, maybe everyone was there to see Booksmart....but I doubt it.

themdg 1 year

I saw this under duress (work outing). Amazing that they can spend 3.5 hours on the same story as last time, with only 2 of those hours dedicated to how sad people still are and how dysfunctional the world becomes only 5 years after the rapture. This movie might have been better with a laugh track.

Jackie 1 year

Looks like all the right wing weirdos that cluldn't handle having a woman starring in a comic book movie boycotting this film didn't have an impact on its bottom line.

Petri Fide
Petri Fide 1 year

Capt Marvel is grossly OP and had 4:20 minutes more screen time than needed.

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