Not only Black Panther, blockbuster Avengers: Infinity War also officially surpassed director James Cameron’s masterpiece at the box office in the United States.
Screenwriters Avengers: Infinity War has officially stopped showing at all theaters in North America from Sept. 13. In the event of the 10th anniversary of the founding of Marvel Studios and the formation of the Marvel Cinema (MCU), the Infinity War has reissued.
In particular, Marvel Studios’ superhero blockbuster also surpassed Titanic at the box office to become the fourth highest-grossing box office hit in North America.
Currently, Avengers: Infinity War with $ 678.8 million just behind Star Wars: The Force Awaken ($ 936.7 million), Avatar ($ 760.5 million) and Black Panther ($ 700 million). Prior to 2018, Titanic remained at No. 3 at the North American box office with $ 659 million.
In North America alone, the Avengers: Infinity War surpassed Titanic.
With over $ 2.04 billion worldwide, this is temporarily the most successful movie of 2018, and hardly any film from now until the end of the year can surpass the Marvel superhero. This also helped the film rise to No. 3 in the highest grossing movie of all time.
However, in North America alone, the Black Panther is slightly better than the Avengers: Infinity War at home. Prior to this, many expect superhero movies to surpass the $ 697 million earned by Chadwick Boseman alone.
It’s not hard for the Avengers: Infinity War to reach over $ 600 million domestically, making it the eighth to do so, after Titanic (1997), Avatar (2009), The Avengers (2012), Jurassic World (2015), Star Wars: The Force Awakens (2015), Star Wars: The Last Jedi (2017) and Black Panther (2018).
Avengers: Infinity War is the third highest-grossing movie of all time.
In the past 10 years, MCU has become the largest franchise brand in film history with total assets of over $ 15 billion.
Even worse films such as Guardians of the Galaxy and Ant-Man have all hit the box office and earned good numbers, not less than $ 600 million.
With the dramatic success of the Infinity War, many viewers are looking forward to seeing the even greater burst of Avengers 4, which closes the MCU Stage 3 next year. In fact, it’s rare for the sequel to a record-breaking movie for the predecessor. However, with the leadership of Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige, this is quite possible.