Avengers: "Endgame has released in 2845 screens, but its occupancy is much, much higher than Hindi biggies that open in 4000+ screens", tweeted Taran Adarsh.
Along the way, "Endgame" has captured hundreds of box office records, including opening day and weekend records in almost every market in the world, premium format records, and advance ticket sale records on global ticketing websites.
Its predecessor, Avengers: Infinity War, now holds the record for largest debut weekend with $257.7 million in ticket sales in North America.
Highest single-day gross in North America: With its massive 156 million dollar opening on the first day, Endgame is also the film in its domestic market to hold the record for the highest single day haul -any day not just the opening one.
In India, it had the biggest opening for a non-Indian film, and the second best for any movie, ever, and grossed over $7.6 million on the first day itself.
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Avengers: Endgame has begun smashing records. Plus, a three-hour movie may not have as much rewatchability as the other movies in the $2 billion arena. Marvel is a giant universe of storytelling.
"'Endgame' represents the culmination of a decade long commitment of Marvel to the audience and the fans devotion to the beloved characters of the MCU", said Paul Dergarabedian, senior media analyst at Comscore.
Further boosting the results for "Endgame" were good reviews; it now ranks as 96% fresh on Rotten Tomatoes, the best rating for any Marvel movie aside from "Black Panther". That film is Marvel Studios' "Avengers: Endgame".
The movie picked up after an epic cliffhanger at end of "Infinity War", when many beloved Marvel superheroes appeared to turn to dust.
Box office success aside, Avengers: Endgame opened to excellent reviews. Joe and Anthony Russo's film ties together the "Avengers" storyline as well as the previous 21 releases of the Marvel "cinematic universe," begun with 2008's "Iron Man". Also, incidentally, Disney owns both Marvel and Lucasfilm, so yay Disney.