Box Office Report: 'Avengers: Infinity War' Remains Unstoppable

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Marvel's Avengers: Infinity War has turned out to be a huge money-spinner at the global box office. It became the biggest ever opening for a film at the global box office and has had high praise from audiences and critics worldwide with a total box office to date of $1.6M globally making it already the fifth biggest film of all time worldwide.

As it stands, Infinity War is now the highest grossing superhero release internationally of all-time with its $1.059 billion topping the $946.4 million for Avengers: Age of Ultron.

Avengers: Infinity War is now in theaters, so make sure to take a look at our review and our To 3D guide and check it out to see the history-making film for yourself!

Walt Disney Co.'s latest super-hero film topped the box office for a third week in a row, even as some studios pitched mom-friendly offerings. And that time when he snaps his fingers throws him into this supernal plane inside of the Soul Stone whereas a portion of his journey in the movie, he has one ultimate moment to carry a feeling of fault about what he's accomplished. The movie's early industry projections have it opening around $150 million. Meanwhile, Gabrielle Union's "Breaking In" launched in third with $16.5 million in 2,537 locations. Tammy, debuted to $21.6 million in summer 2014, while The Boss, opened to $23.6 million in April 2016. And rounding out the top five was "A Quiet Place" with $6.4 million.

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Also benefiting from the Mother's Day timing was "Overboard", which earned $10.1 million to take fourth place, down only 31 percent from its debut last weekend. A market that has grown so large, that the only reason we are still seeing Transformers and Fast & Furious films is because China loves that shit.

And just narrowly rounding out the top ten is Magnolia's RBG, which expanded into 180 locations (+146) for its second weekend and brought in an estimated $1.16 million for a domestic cume that now tops $2 million. "Hopefully, the marketplace will expand over Memorial Day weekend to accommodate these big films". The pic's rule is expected to end next weekend when Fox and Ryan Reynolds unfurl Deadpool 2. And so, right now, we have not edited that movie at all.

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