Well, $1.2 billion, actually.
Marvels much-awaited film 'Avengers: Endgame' is on a roll ever since its release all over the globe.
"Avengers: Endgame" earned $350 million alone in the US and Canada, blowing through the $258 million mark held by the superhero team's own gloved hands with last year's "Infinity War". Endgame even boosted the box office numbers of Captain Marvel (already a $1 billion club member), making it #2 at the box office with an additional $8 million.
Seven years ago, Marvel's The Avengers became the first movie to ever debut to $200 million at the domestic box office and now Endgame has become the first ever $300 million debut in USA box office history.
Now one expects something similar for Avengers: Endgame as well. While it may not be the end for the MCU just yet, it will definitely be hard to top it, even for Marvel.
The film had the biggest opening day ever in North America with an estimated $157 million on Friday - $37 million more than the previous record holder, Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
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"Endgame" generated a jaw-dropping $350 million in the United States and Canada, the world's largest movie market. This also means the film beat out Infinity War ($641 million) for biggest single weekend total.
The picture, the latest installment from Disney's Marvel studio, caps a 22-movie storyline that began with "Iron Man" in 2008.
Fox's drama film "Breakthrough" landed in fourth with an estimated 6.3 million dollars in its second weekend.
"Endgame" was also a huge hit with critics.
Paul Dergarabedian, senior analyst at Comscore, said that "Endgame" signals a "momentous end of an era" but now opens the door for "a new and exciting chapter for the future of the Marvel brand". The film surpassed the opening box office figures of the highest Bollywood grosser Thugs of Hindostan, which opened to Rs 52.25 crore in 2018.