Disney is surely having a wonderful year as the Mouse House now owns most of the successful franchises in Hollywood. Disney-owned Marvel Studios proved this fact again , as it recently broke some huge box office records with its blockbuster Avengers: Endgame. The movie saw Marvel’s revolutionary approach of cinematic world-building coming to an epic culmination.
With a total box office time of 20 weeks and 140 days, Avengers: Endgame closed its domestic release on September 12. In this phenomenal period of time, the Russo brothers’ three-hour galactic epic surpassed James Cameron’s Avatar to become the highest-grossing film of all time.
Now, with a massive initial box office presence and a ‘record-breaking’ re-release (literally!), it seems like the movie of the year is finally ready to rest from its box office run.
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Cameron’s sci-fi adventure rolled in a $2,789,679,794 worldwide, over a decade ago. However, with a total collection of $2,796,274,401, Endgame finally overtook the throne with grace and style. This is an incredible feat, even though the difference is only about a $6.5 million.
Just below this list is another James Cameron movie Titanic with $2,187,463,944, followed by $2,068,223,624 for Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Marvel’s Avengers: Infinity War comes fifth with $2,048,359,754. Movies like Jurassic World, The Lion King (2019), and Marvel’s The Avengers are also in the worldwide list occupying the sixth, seventh and eighth position respectively.
With Disney finally deciding to take Endgame out of theaters, it won’t be long before we see the movie running in the home video department. However, the move comes with a price. Though it broke most box office records, it looks like Endgame will have to finally settle for second place in the all-time domestic box office. Apparently, the force is still with Star Wars: The Force Awakens on that one.
Of course, Endgame is just one of the incredibly victorious flicks from for Marvel Studios. After 17 weeks in theaters, Captain Marvel collected $1.128 billion, while Spider-Man: Far From Home brought home another $1.28 billion.