- In just five days, “Avengers: Endgame” hauled in more than $1.2 billion at the global box office.
- In the U.S., the Marvel superhero flick took in a record-breaking estimated $350 million during its opening weekend, shattering expectations.
- Internationally, “Endgame” has grossed an estimated $859 million, breaking the highest opening weekend haul of any film released internationally.
I think it's going to struggle to find the legs to beat those... It's a very long movie, and it wasn't as good as I had hoped. We will see though. Most people I've talked to were thrilled with it. I just don't know how many return viewers they will get.I’d say it’s got a shot at a the Force Awakens for domestic box office all time and Avatar for global all time.
I don't think it will have an issue. You'll get those who had trouble getting opening weekend tickets as well as those that don't like going when it's crowded as well as those that just want to see it again. The only thing I'd say is that it's not a movie that I personally think has a ton of rewatchability. That's just because I think of it as more of a spectacle movie than a story-based movie, and I find it a bit harder to watch those more than once. I tend to have this same problem with the Avengers movies, but I do think Infinity War was a bit different due to effectively being a Thanos story with spectacle based around that.I think it's going to struggle to find the legs to beat those... It's a very long movie, and it wasn't as good as I had hoped. We will see though. Most people I've talked to were thrilled with it. I just don't know how many return viewers they will get.
I haven't but I read the books when they came out 20 years ago. Pretty damn good. I would like to binge watch when I don't have to pay for it.Quick now show how cool you are by telling everyone how you haven’t watched Game of Thrones either.
I got rolled in another thread for saying I thought it Capt. marvel should be seen before Endgame. Anyway I saw Endgame again tonight, my wife actually wanted to see it again also so we went. I was surprised that it was still hard to find an open theater with a decent seat. It looked to me like this movie is singlehandedly saving the local movie theater, it is showing on 5 screens and the vending lines were hopping.I really like it ... thought it was a lot better then Infinity War.
Only regret is that I saw Captain Marvel right AFTER seeing it.
For the five minutes that she's in the movie? I actively stated that you didn't need to see Captain Marvel to see Endgame, and I still stand by that. Captain Marvel took place in the past and its story has no bearing on Infinity War or Endgame. You could read a quirk blurb on her powers and persona and be fine. Heck, Ant-Man and the Wasp largely has nothing to do with Infinity War or Endgame, but its post-credits scene has far more bearing on Endgame than the entire runtime of Captain Marvel.Not sure why .... having an emotional attachment to Capt Marvel would only have enhanced Endgame IMO.