'Avengers: Endgame' Has Now Grossed More Than 'Titanic'

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This weekend, Avengers: Endgame added $145.8 million domestically and $282.2 million internationally, for a global weekend of $428 million.

In Hollywood's box office war, 'Avengers: Endgame' has turned out to be a game-changer as it gallops its way to the $2 billion mark, raising the million dollar question whether it will surpass the $2.78 billion benchmark set by 'Avatar' a decade ago. And with this milestone unlocked, the superhero flick has left a few iconic films behind in the race to become one of the top grossers. With a total worldwide gross of $120.8 million, Avengers: Endgame has now passed Avatar to become the biggest IMAX global release ever. He had said in April 2018, "Not that I don't love the movies". Avatar previously held the record after meeting the $2 million mark after 47 days. However, there is no doubt in my mind that the latest numbers (which I estimate will be released by the end of tomorrow) will reveal Endgame as the highest grossing film in the country.

It edged past the previous No. 2 film, Titanic, which has worldwide receipts of $2.187 billion, Box Office Mojo reported.

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Sony's psychological thriller The Intruder came in second, at US$11 million. It still performed a little further above expectations, but we'll see how it fares as the blockbuster season gets more competitive. That brings Marvel Studios' first release of the year up to $420 million.

Coming in third is Lionsgate's Long Shot. Frankly, we probably give too much of a damn. The voices of Kelly Clarkson, Nick Jonas, Wanda Sykes and Janelle Monae are featured. Some audiences seem to be playing catch-up either before or after seeing Avengers: Endgame, and it's helping to give the movie even more staying power than it otherwise might have had.

In North America, "Avengers: Endgame" dipped 59% from its opening weekend.