The last installment of Marvel’s “Avengers” franchise generated some $1.2 billion in global ticket sales. In in North America itself impressively $350 million was the opening weekend numbers, that created a history. The smashed records, speak for its success. These numbers can easily put anyone to shock, so here we bring them to you.
Record Smashing by Avengers: Endgame
Biggest opening weekend – $350M
First film to cross $300M opening weekend
Fastest film to $100M – 17 hours
Highest Thursday previews – $60M
Biggest single day – $156.7M (April 26)
Biggest all-time Saturday – $109M (April 27)
Biggest all-time Sunday – $84.3M (April 28)
Widest release ever – 4,662 theaters
Biggest IMAX Marvel opening weekend – $26.5M
Biggest opening weekend – $1.209B
First film to cross $1B on opening weekend – $1.209B
Highest 3D opening weekend – $540M
Fastest film to $1B – 5 days
Biggest IMAX opening weekend – $91.5M
Biggest opening weekend ever – $859M (54 material markets)
Biggest opening weekend – $330.5M (RMB 2.22B)
Biggest opening day – $107.8M (RMB 725M, including midnights)
Biggest single day, excluding midnights – $81.7M (RMB 550M)
Fastest film to RMB 2B
Biggest IMAX opening – $42.4M
Disney’s profits from the film, which are 78% more than Avengers: Infinity War (total earning $500 Million) as expected, remarkably great. The studio made an impressive $890 million from Avengers: Endgame.
While Disney’s profits from the Endgame are once in the history kind. Several suppose Avatar to take its number 1 spot back with its sequel coming. It can be seen that Avatar 2 will provide some competition for Avengers: Endgame when it finally comes onscreen.
As far as now in this coronavirus out brake many release dates have been changed in the last month, and the viewership on streaming platforms have severely increased especially as TV shows and movies are still unable to resume production. Thus due to this extra abnormal profit Disney could overcome the crises efficiently than other production houses.