(Worldwide-AP) — Avengers: Endgame is destroying box office records. The latest installment in the Marvel superhero franchise is setting opening weekend records for domestic and international ticket sales.
Avengers: Endgame took in an estimated 350-million dollars at U.S. and Canadian theaters since Friday. It’s grossed an estimated 859-million dollars outside North America.
That’s more than one-point-two billion dollars in ticket sales worldwide. It’s the fastest any movie has generated a billion dollars in ticket sales. The previous record-holder was last year’s Avengers: Infinity War, which ran up a billion dollars in tickets in eleven days.
(Los Angeles, CA) – “Black Panther” continues to be the top film in the United States and Canada. The Disney-Marvel superhero picture is selling over 41-million-dollars’ worth of tickets this weekend. “Black Panther” has earned 562-million-bucks in North America since its release four weeks ago.
Its worldwide sales figure is just over one-billion-dollars. Coming in second is “A Wrinkle in Time,” which made 33-million dollars in its debut weekend. Rounding out the Top Five are the new horror movie “Strangers: Prey at Night,” “Red Sparrow” and “Game Night.”
(Los Angeles, CA) — “Black Panther” continues to be the top film in the United States and Canada. The Disney-Marvel superhero picture is on track to sell nearly 66-million-dollars’ worth of tickets this weekend. The movie has earned just over a half-billion dollars in North America since its release three weeks ago. Its worldwide sales figure is an estimated 898-million bucks. Coming in second is the new 20th Century Fox spy thriller “Red Sparrow,” which made 17-million dollars in its debut weekend. Rounding out the Top Five are “Death Wish,” “Game Night” and “Peter Rabbit.”
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(SL) – The Atlanta Film Festival got off to a big start that continued on Saturday with the screening of Paramount Pictures’ ‘Everybody Wants Some’. After hitting the red carpet, Tyler Hoechlin and the crew stuck around for an in depth Q and A! Check it out below: