‘Avengers: Endgame’ Soars to Record-Breaking $60 Million Opening in North America

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The Disney film collected $60 million from Thursday night previews in the USA, surpassing the prior record of $57 million set by "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" set on its opening night in 2015. Apparently, Maoyan, a Chinese forecasting company, predicts the movie will generate $521,000,000 in China alone during its full run.

It is now possible that The Avengers: Endgame could score an unprecedented billion-dollar worldwide opening as its global numbers would need to surpass the $700 million mark. Avengers: Infinity War was a insane success when it was released in April 2018, not only setting a new high water mark for a domestic release in its first three days ($257.7 million), but also the same record internationally ($640.5 million).

And for Avengers: Endgame, things are only getting better in the box office game.

The previous record holder was Star Wars: The Force Awakens which earned $57 million (NZ$85.5 million) from previews in 2015.

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The figures indicate that the movie will surpass the receipts generated by the previous episode in the saga, Avengers: Infinity War, which came out past year, Disney added. The film has released at only 2845 screens (in English, Hindi, Tamil and Telugu languages) and still the start is simply stunning.

Before releasing in the USA, the film which is the last part of MCU and sequel to Avengers: Infinity War released in China, South Korea, Australia and more. The movie smashed the all-time single-day record of $85,000,000, held by the 2019 film, Monster Hunt 2. It is helmed by Russo Brothers Joe and Anthony.

The three-hour film starring Robert Downey Jr., Chris Hemsworth, Chris Evans, Jeremy Renner, Mark Ruffalo and Scarlett Johansson is the final chapter in a story told across 22 Marvel films. While Endgame has beaten that, trade analysts also expect it to top the opening weekend of the older film (Rs. 94.30 crore), also the highest for a Hollywood offering in the country.

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