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Old 04-29-2019, 01:32 AM   #1
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Cool "Avengers: Endgame" Earns $2.485 Billion Globally in 3rd Weekend

Avengers: Endgame Decimates Record Books with $1.2 Billion Global Debut
by Brad Brevet
April 28, 2019



Heading into the weekend it was a foregone conclusion that Avengers: Endgame would deliver the largest opening weekend of all-time, both domestically and globally, but to deliver a three-day domestic gross totaling an estimated $350 million and a global weekend over $1 billion was almost inconceivable.

Today that figure has become a reality as Endgame not only delivered an estimated $350 million over the course of its first three days in domestic release, but a massive $1.2 billion at the global box office in just its first five days in release.







Endgame's estimated $350 million debut will almost surely improve once actuals are revealed on Monday afternoon, but for now the film's opening is nearly $93 million larger than the previous record set by Avengers: Infinity War ($257.69 million) just last year and a whopping 90% of the overall weekend market share.

After critics were overwhelmingly in support of the film heading into the weekend, the film's opening weekend crowd gave it an "A+" CinemaScore, the third such grade in the Marvel Cinematic Universe alongside The Avengers and Black Panther.



Endgame's $859 million international opening is over $400 million more than the previous record set by The Fate of the Furious and the $1.2 billion in global ticket sales is nearly double the previous record of $640.5 million set by Avengers: Infinity War just last year.

The film is the fastest film to ever top $1 billion globally, doing so after just five days, and it already ranks as the 18th largest worldwide release ever and the sixth largest worldwide release in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.



Speaking of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the franchise's 22 films have now grossed over $19.8 billion worldwide, of which nine have topped $1 billion at the global box office.







Captain Marvel entered its eighth week in release and dipped just -10% for an estimated $8 million three-day and a runner-up finish at the weekend box office. The film has now grossed over $413 million at the domestic box office, topping Wonder Woman to become the ninth largest superhero release all-time domestically.

Internationally, Captain Marvel added over $2 million for a global weekend topping $10 million and a global cume that now stands at $1.11 billion, making it the #24 overall global release of all-time.







Warner Bros. and New Line's The Curse of La Llorona dipped -72% in its sophomore session for an estimated $7.5 million three-day and a domestic cume that now stands at $41.28 million after ten days in release.

Internationally, the film brought in nearly $8 million this weekend for an overseas cume that now stands at $45.7 million for a global cume totaling $87 million.







Disney's release of Fox's Breakthrough landed in third place, dipping -44% in its second weekend in release.

The film delivered an estimated $6.3 million over the three-day for a domestic cume that now totals $26.1 million.







Rounding out the top five is WB's Shazam! with an estimated $5.5 million (-66%) and a domestic cume that now totals over $131 million as it enters its fourth week in release.

Internationally, the film added an estimated $5.4 million from 80 markets in release for an overseas total that now tops $215 million and a global tally that stands at $346.4 million.

https://www.boxofficemojo.com/news/?id=4507&p=.htm









April 26-28, 2019 Weekend Studio Estimates:


1. Avengers: Endgame $350,000,000
2. Captain Marvel $8,051,000 / $413,580,047
3. The Curse of La Llorona $7,500,000 / $41,284,301
4. Breakthrough $6,304,000 / $26,114,230
5. Shazam! $5,520,000 / $131,149,727
6. Little $3,438,000 / $35,846,255
7. Dumbo $3,239,000 / $107,005,558
8. Pet Sematary $1,290,000 / $52,612,457
9. Us $1,141,000 / $172,844,635
10. Penguins $1,051,000 / $5,721,426

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cool!! i was going to see it opening weekend!! but the theater was packed ouT! I plane on going seeing it this thursday!! i hope the theaters still not packed out!!
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Avengers: Endgame Tops $2 Billion Globally, En Route to Dominant Second Weekend
by Brad Brevet
May 5, 2019



In just twelve days of global release Avengers: Endgame is already the second largest worldwide release of all-time, topping $2 billion globally and delivering over $619 million at the domestic box office.

Lost in its wake, the weekend's three new wide releases were led by the Screen Gems thriller The Intruder while Lionsgate's Long Shot and STX's animated feature UglyDolls finished the weekend on the lower end of expectations.







With an estimated $145.8 million, Avengers: Endgame came up just a bit shy of the record $149.2 million second weekend for Star Wars: The Force Awakens, but this may be an example of Disney being just a bit cautious.

Tomorrow may reveal the film was able to top the record mark set by The Force Awakens once weekend actuals are released, but even without that record Endgame has now grossed nearly $620 million at the domestic box office, already ranking as the ninth largest domestic release of all-time after just ten days in theaters.

Just how high it will climb remains difficult to nail down, but a domestic gross topping $900 million seems like an extreme possibility.




Internationally, Endgame added over $282 million for an overseas cume that now stands at $1.569 billion and a global total reaching $2.188 billion, making it the second largest global release of all-time, trailing Avatar by $600 million.

As for that total, Endgame topped $2 billion worldwide in its eleventh day of release, a total Avatar reached after 47 days.







In the runner-up position we find Sony's release of the Screen Gems thriller The Intruder, which delivered an estimated $11 million from 2,222 locations. The film received a "B-" CinemaScore from opening day audiences.

The film outperformed the studio's $9 million expectations and came in a bit higher than Mojo's pre-release forecast.







Lionsgate's release of Long Shot came in on the lower end of expectations, delivering an estimated $10 million debut and a third place finish. The film was the best reviewed title among new releases, but audiences wither weren't all that interested, or Endgame was too much of a juggernaut or perhaps there was just too much of a crossover among the weekend's new offerings. The film received a so-so "B" CinemaScore and will hope to receive some solid word of mouth as it heads into its second weekend, though the competition looking ahead doesn't get much easier.

Internationally, Long Shot opened in 22 markets with an estimated $3.3 million with the UK leading the way with an estimated $1 million, ranking #2 in the market.







Struggling in its debut, STX's UglyDolls took in an estimated $8.5 million from 3,652 theaters for a soft, $2,330 per theater average. The animated feature received a "B+" CinemaScore from the opening day crowd

The film's performance is just behind the $8.9 million debut for My Little Pony back in October 2017 and that film went on to gross $21.8 million domestically and just over $60 million globally. The difference between the two films, however, is UglyDolls carries a production budget of a reported $45 million.




Heading into release, UglyDolls had over 100 promotional partners, including McDonald's, Walmart, Hasbro, Carl's Jr./Hardee's and Outright Games and STX has already struck a deal with Hulu to follow up the film's release with 26-episode franchise series launches on the streaming service next year.

Perhaps that will be a better outlet for the brand rather than theaters.







Rounding out the top five is Disney and Marvel's Captain Marvel with an estimated $4.2 million as the film has now pushed over $420 million domestically. The film also added another $1.2 million internationally as its global cume climbs to $1.12 billion.

Just outside the top ten is Briarcliff's release of El Chicano, which debuted in 605 theaters with an estimated $700,432 and a sluggish, $1,158 per theater average.

In limited release Well Go's Shadow opened in four theaters with an estimated $30,100 ($7,525 PTA); IFC's Non-Fiction debuted in two theaters with an estimated $29,056; and Sumbadhat's Mother of a Day opened in one theater with an estimated $2,672.

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May 3-5, 2019 Weekend Studio Estimates:


1. Avengers: Endgame $145,804,000 / $619,698,638
2. The Intruder $11,000,000
3. Long Shot $10,025,000
4. UglyDolls $8,510,000
5. Captain Marvel $4,276,000 / $420,768,018
6. Breakthrough $3,948,000 / $33,224,512
7. The Curse of La Llorona $3,500,000 / $48,100,003
8. Shazam! $2,450,000 / $135,193,790
9. Little $1,474,000 / $38,584,325
10. Dumbo $1,433,000 / $109,709,592
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it rocked!!!i didn't get to see it when it first came out cause the theater was packed out! but my & my mom & dad saw it the next week! i wouldn't mind seeing it aging!! even thou it was 3 hours long!!
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Detective Pikachu Delivers Record Opening for a Video Game Adaptation as Avengers: Endgame Tops $700M
by Brad Brevet
May 12, 2019



Disney's Avengers: Endgame dipped a little more than expected for the three-day, but it was still able to capture the weekend's top spot, holding off a record start for a video game adaptation from WB's Pokemon: Detective Pikachu.

Meanwhile, UA Releasing's The Hustle lived up to expectations, but STX and eOne's Poms and Disney's release of the Fox Searchlight drama Tolkien both struggled in their debuts over this Mother's Day weekend.







With an estimated $63 million, Avengers: Endgame topped the weekend box office for the third straight weekend in a row for a domestic cume that now stands at $723.5 million. Avengers: Endgame is only the third film ever to top $700 million domestically as it topped Black Panther to become the third highest grossing domestic release of all-time.

Internationally, Avengers: Endgame added another $102.3 million for an international cume that now stands at $1.76 billion and a global tally reaching $2.485 billion.







Finishing in second is WB's Detective Pikachu with an estimated $58 million. The adaptation of the 2016 video game of the same name, which itself was based on the popular Pokemon franchise, delivered what is now the largest opening weekend for a video game adaptation ever, topping 2001's Lara Croft: Tomb Raider ($47.7m).

Not only that, opening weekend audiences liked the film to the tune of an "A-" CinemaScore, which is only the sixth time a video game adaptation has scored anything higher than a "B". In fact, three of the previous "A-" CinemaScores went to WB's three previous Pokemon films and the other two "A-" scores went to Mortal Kombat and Rampage.

Internationally, Detective Pikachu delivered an estimated $103 million this weekend for a running overseas cume that now totals $112.4 million after opening in Japan last weekend where it has brought in nearly $13 million so far.







UA Releasing's The Hustle finished in third with an estimated $13.5 million, which is just ahead of expectations for the comedy remake starring Anne Hathaway and Rebel Wilson. Opening day audiences gave the film a "B" CinemaScore.

Internationally, the film debuted in 36 locations with an estimated $13.7 million led by a $2.4 million opening in Russia.







Sony's The Intruder held on better than expected for a fourth place finish after dipping just -39% in its second weekend for a $6.6 million three-day. The film's domestic total now tops $21 million after ten days in release.

Rounding out the top five is Lionsgate's Long Shot, which also held on better than expected with an estimated $6.1 million three-day, dropping -37% in its second weekend. The romantic comedy has now grossed just shy of $20 million domestically.







Falling outside the top five is eOne and STXfilms's Poms, which debuted in 2,750 locations and could only manage an estimated $5.1 million. This is the second disappointment in as many weeks for STX, which saw their animated feature UglyDolls disappoint last weekend.

Poms received a "B+" CinemaScore from opening day audiences.







Landing just inside the top ten is Disney's release of Tolkien, which was previously scheduled for a limited release this weekend rather than a wide, and, unfortunately it was unable to live up to its theater count.

The film debuted in 1,495 locations and could only manage an estimated $2.15 million. This includes both $240k from Thursday's previews as well as grosses from Tuesday's Fathom event. Overall the film's per theater average is a disappointing $1,419.







In limited release, Fox International's Student of the Year 2 brought in an estimated $438,000 from 190 locations ($2,305 PTA); Neon's Biggest Little Farm debuted with $101,012 from five theaters for a chart-topping $20,202 per theater average; Sony Classics opened All is True in four theaters with an estimated $46,809 ($11,702 PTA); IFC's Charlie Says brought in an estimated $39,114 from 39 locations ($1,003 PTA); and Cohen Media's My Son opened with $4,484 from three theaters ($1,495 PTA).

https://www.boxofficemojo.com/news/?id=4512&p=.htm









May 10-12, 2019 Weekend Studio Estimates:


1. Avengers: Endgame $63,054,000 / $723,499,739
2. Pokemon Detective Pikachu $58,000,000
3. The Hustle $13,536,298
4. The Intruder $6,600,000 / $20,975,126
5. Long Shot $6,125,000 / $19,736,935
6. Poms $5,110,000
7. UglyDolls $3,920,000 / $14,272,796
8. Breakthrough $2,466,000 / $37,106,806
9. Tolkien $2,153,000
10. Captain Marvel $1,813,000 / $423,777,079
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