So can Infinity War catch Force Awakens?
Avengers: Infinity War is now playing everywhere. Ever since the release of the film, fans are talking about his whereabouts.
Avengers: Infinity War that released on April 27, has recently surpassed the $2 billion at the global box office. As of the writing of this story, Infinity War has grossed $2 billion worldwide. Black Panther remains the top grossing Marvel title stateside and is fighting its way to the $700M finish line, now at $699.4M, third highest of all-time after Force Awakens ($936.6M) and Avatar ($760.5M).
However, there are still some elements of Infinity War that fans are having a hard time getting over, like the fact that Thanos isn't even the most disliked character in the movie.
The Walt Disney Co. announced Tuesday that "Infinity War" reached the mark Monday, about seven weeks after opening.
Infinity War is now the highest-grossing import film of 2018 and the third highest-grossing film in China this year, only behind local blockbusters such as Operation Red Sea and Detective Chinatown 2.
The Avengers will assemble again for the still-untitled fourth film, set for May 3, 2019.
The license for the movie in the Middle Kingdom has been extended until 9 July.
Internationally, it is the third-highest grossing release ever with $1.346 billion, and its combined domestic and worldwide debuts set a record of $640.5 million.
It's a bit interesting that this list of $2 billion movies now strictly belongs to either Disney films or films directed by James Cameron.
Mark Reilly and John Rocha sit down to give their thoughts about this box office achievement from Marvel.
It is also the most successful Hollywood film ever released in India.
Other top territories include United Kingdom ($95.1M), South Korea ($92.8M), Brazil ($65.9M), Mexico ($59.9M), Australia ($46.3M), France ($45.3M), India ($43.6M), Germany ($43.4M), Russian Federation ($34.4M), and Japan ($33.6M).