Avengers: Endgame – Already Huge Opening Box Office Earning Revised Again

There were a lot of predictions about Avengers: Endgame by some of the most trusted trade analysts of the industry but even they’re beaten by the results of Endgame. But, they’re happy as the film has remarkably exceeded the expectations. A lot of records have already been thrashed by Endgame, as the film went on to make a sum of $356 million in its opening weekend only. But now after a revised calculation, an additional sum of 1 million has been added into its collection and the new number is $357.1 million.

Avengers: Endgame Box Office

Talking about predictions then there were a lot of people who predicted that Endgame is going to earn between $200-250m and could stretch it maximum to $300m but, as we can see clearly that even the predictions got surpassed by Endgame. Exhibitor Relations Co. tweeted the grossing details of the movie. Here’s the tweet:

Avengers: Endgame Box Office

Moving towards its collection, it has made the biggest opening weekend (Domestic & International). Well, we don’t know what numbers the second weekend is going to bring in front of Marvel Studios but considering the audiences’ superb reaction to the movie, Shawn Robbins, Chief analyst of BoxOffice said that the movie is being poured with immense love. He said,

Avengers: Endgame Box Office

“Avengers: Endgame is dusting every record in the books as it proves itself to be a cultural event on a global scale. Marvel has delivered on their promise of an epic conclusion to unprecedented storytelling that prioritized creative vision and fans enthusiasm for the last eleven years. This is the payoff to that goodwill. No film in history has been this widely anticipated, released, and embraced in the same moment.”

Well, if you haven’t watched Avengers: Endgame till now, then, do watch it as it is playing in theaters right now. The next MCU movie is Spider-Man: Far From Home which is going to come on July 2nd, 2019.

Rishabh Naudiyal

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