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The trailer was just ok to me. I can't stand seeing Jeremy Renner. Hopefully we won't see him very much in the film

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‘Avengers: Endgame’ Obliterates Records With $1.2 Billion Global Debut

It’s truly the Avengers’ world. The opening weekend of “Avengers: Endgame” demolished box office records with a stunning $350 million in North America and $1.2 billion worldwide.

Disney-Marvel’s fourth and final Avengers superhero movie has captivated moviegoers, accounting for more than four of every five tickets sold domestically. “Avengers: Endgame” topped the year-old “Avengers: Infinity War” records by nearly $100 million domestically and a jaw-dropping $560 million worldwide. China generated an astounding $329 million over its five-day launch weekend.  

“‘Endgame’ represents the culmination of a decade long commitment of Marvel to the audience and the fans devotion to the beloved characters of the MCU,” said Paul Dergarabedian, senior media analyst at Comscore. “This massive and historic debut shows that by delivering consistently great movies coupled with characters inhabited by perhaps the most perfectly cast group of actors in cinematic history, Marvel has literally rewritten the rule book and in the process has made box office history.”

Critics have strongly supported “Avengers: Endgame” with a 96% score from Rotten Tomatoes — the second best ever earned by a Marvel release after “Black Panther” at 97%. ComScore/Screen Engine reported that 61% of this weekend’s North American audience bought their tickets online ahead of time. Disney opened the movie at 4,662 locations, another new record.3,3

“Avengers: Endgame” is providing a badly needed jolt to the North American box office, which for 2019 was down 16.7% to $2.94 billion as of April 24. As of Sunday, the gap had dropped to 13.3%, according to Comscore.

“The Avengers, by assembling the biggest movie debut in history, have proven that another of their superpowers is the ability to knock several percentage points off the year-to-date deficit,” Dergarabedian said. “‘Endgame’ has truly started the momentum rolling on potentially the biggest revenue generating summer (and year) in box office history.”

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7 hours ago, kidfresh832 said:

‘Avengers: Endgame’ Obliterates Records With $1.2 Billion Global Debut

It’s truly the Avengers’ world. The opening weekend of “Avengers: Endgame” demolished box office records with a stunning $350 million in North America and $1.2 billion worldwide.

Disney-Marvel’s fourth and final Avengers superhero movie has captivated moviegoers, accounting for more than four of every five tickets sold domestically. “Avengers: Endgame” topped the year-old “Avengers: Infinity War” records by nearly $100 million domestically and a jaw-dropping $560 million worldwide. China generated an astounding $329 million over its five-day launch weekend.  

“‘Endgame’ represents the culmination of a decade long commitment of Marvel to the audience and the fans devotion to the beloved characters of the MCU,” said Paul Dergarabedian, senior media analyst at Comscore. “This massive and historic debut shows that by delivering consistently great movies coupled with characters inhabited by perhaps the most perfectly cast group of actors in cinematic history, Marvel has literally rewritten the rule book and in the process has made box office history.”

Critics have strongly supported “Avengers: Endgame” with a 96% score from Rotten Tomatoes — the second best ever earned by a Marvel release after “Black Panther” at 97%. ComScore/Screen Engine reported that 61% of this weekend’s North American audience bought their tickets online ahead of time. Disney opened the movie at 4,662 locations, another new record.3,3

“Avengers: Endgame” is providing a badly needed jolt to the North American box office, which for 2019 was down 16.7% to $2.94 billion as of April 24. As of Sunday, the gap had dropped to 13.3%, according to Comscore.

“The Avengers, by assembling the biggest movie debut in history, have proven that another of their superpowers is the ability to knock several percentage points off the year-to-date deficit,” Dergarabedian said. “‘Endgame’ has truly started the momentum rolling on potentially the biggest revenue generating summer (and year) in box office history.”

Yes Gawd!!!

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Wow new Spider Man trailer makes it seem ALOT different than how it was marketed before Endgame was released.

Lots of Spoilers if you haven't watched Endgame yet.

 

 

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10 hours ago, kidfresh832 said:

marvel phase 4 timeline

Why tf is Doctor Strange taking so long? I think Hawkeye is gonna flop. He's never been an interesting character so idk why they gave him his own movie when he doesn't have a following. :sigh: 

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Do the Disney + ones really count? :unsure: 

Also that Loki logo is atrocious. 

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12 hours ago, JoeJoe said:

Why tf is Doctor Strange taking so long? I think Hawkeye is gonna flop. He's never been an interesting character so idk why they gave him his own movie when he doesn't have a following. :sigh: 

Hawkeye isn't a movie.  Loki, WandaVision, Hawkeye, Falcon and Winter Soldier are all the Disney+ Tv shows.  Hawkeye is him training Kate Bishop.  WandaVision supposedly leads right into Dr. Strange 2 where she stars with him.  Loki picks up right where Loki took the tesseract when they went in the past in Endgame.

They also announced Black Panther 2, Captain Marvel 2, and that there will be  Fantastic 4 movie.

Dr. Strange seems like a good place to get mutants in if they are dealing with the multiverse.

Shang Chi should be good if they get some great martial arts people.  There's no reason with Disney backing it shouldn't have the best Hong Kong straight up martial arts movie people.

I don't care about WandaVision unless they go ahead and make her have the twins.

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3 hours ago, kidfresh832 said:

Hawkeye isn't a movie.  Loki, WandaVision, Hawkeye, Falcon and Winter Soldier are all the Disney+ Tv shows.  Hawkeye is him training Kate Bishop.  WandaVision supposedly leads right into Dr. Strange 2 where she stars with him.  Loki picks up right where Loki took the tesseract when they went in the past in Endgame.

They also announced Black Panther 2, Captain Marvel 2, and that there will be  Fantastic 4 movie.

Dr. Strange seems like a good place to get mutants in if they are dealing with the multiverse.

Shang Chi should be good if they get some great martial arts people.  There's no reason with Disney backing it shouldn't have the best Hong Kong straight up martial arts movie people.

I don't care about WandaVision unless they go ahead and make her have the twins.

Thank God!!! And i'ma have to read up on Wanda cause I didn't know she ended up having twins or what their powers are.

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3 hours ago, JoeJoe said:

Thank God!!! And i'ma have to read up on Wanda cause I didn't know she ended up having twins or what their powers are.

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Her son Wiccan is super gay powerful sorcerer.  And his twin brother has his uncle Quicksilvers powers basically super speed.

Both part of Young Avengers.  And since Hawkeye is training Kate who is also a Young Avenger.  And Antman's daughter is supposed to be Stature in Young Avengers.

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On 5/7/2012 at 2:05 AM, JoeJoe said:

what does her ass think she gon' do with that little pop gun? :mellow:my ip birthday wishes tneb

It opened Internationally before the US gets it next week. I am going to see it Friday! I just watched Thor again to get ready

 

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5 hours ago, mopakarim2000 said:

It opened Internationally before the US gets it next week. I am going to see it Friday! I just watched Thor again to get ready

 

Where are you from? You know the movie came out months ago right? :umm: 

 

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