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‘Avengers Endgame’ nears global record with over $2 billion

‘Avengers Endgame’ nears global record with over $2 billion

"Avengers: Endgame" now stands as the second-biggest movie of all time with $2.188 billion worldwide.

The film is still going great guns all over the globe and has high chances to beat Avatar, says Hollywood trade. Few movies have ever topped the $2 billion mark, and now there is only a single movie to have made more than Endgame. The movie has thus crossed the benchmark set by Avengers: Infinity War ($2.048 billion), Star Wars: The Force Awakens ($2.068 billion) and Titanic ($1.528 billion, counting the reissues), reports Forbes. Coming in at 3rd place as far as superhero movies are concerned is The Avengers ($US 1.5 billion [ranked 7th overall]), followed by Avengers: Age of Ultron ($US 1.4 billion [ranked 9th overall]) and Black Panther ($US 1.3 billion [ranked 10th overall]). 2 box office champ of all time.

The Walt Disney Co. estimates Sunday that the Marvel blockbuster has added $145.8 million from North American theaters and $282.2 million internationally in its second weekend in theaters bringing its global total to $2.2 billion.

Industry-wide, the continued success of "Endgame" has also helped the box office deficit, which went from down 13.2% last weekend to down 10.9% this weekend.

But thanks to a previous video shared by Chris Pratt, and now a similar video shared by Evans, we know a large number of the MCU cast members did actually gather together onset for some filming.

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The film now sets its sights on the highest grossing film in history, "Avatar". Honestly, it's still too early to tell.

This isn't all as many Bollywood biggies have been left behind as well in real quick time.

After all, the film has barely been out and could presumably be the first $3 billion movie ever.

In an interview with Josh Horowitz on MTV's Happy Sad Confused podcast, Joe Russo confirmed that the original title for Avengers: Endgame was Avengers: Infinity Gauntlet. I suggest we buckle up our seatbelts.