Avengers: Infinity War definitely lived up to the hype as it debuted with a record $630 million worldwide.
Marvel Studios‘ Avengers: Infinity War recently made a record-breaking entrance into the record books by breaking Fate of the Furious’ record of $541.9 million with an estimated global opening of $630 million, making it the highest global opening weekend of all time!
According to Coming Soon, the movie debuted for a domestic opening of $250 million, which marks the highest opening weekend of all time demolishing Star Wars: The Force Awakens‘ $248 million opening. Avengers: Infinity War garnered the highest opening weekend in industry history in Korea, India (western), Philippines, Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia, Mexico, Brazil, Central America, Peru, Chile, Ecuador, Venezuela, Bolivia, South Africa, Turkey (non-local), UAE and West Africa.
The international highlights so far include: UK ($42.2M); Korea ($39.2M); Mexico ($25.1M); Australia ($23.0M); Brazil ($18.8M); India ($18.6M); France ($17.7M); Germany ($14.7M); Philippines ($12.5M); Italy ($11.0M); Thailand ($10.0M); Indonesia ($9.6M); Taiwan ($9.5M); Japan ($9.0M); Malaysia ($8.4M); and Spain ($8.3M).
As you know Marvel pooled every major superhero from the Marvel Cinematic Universe to team up and stop Thanos from collecting all of the Infinity Stones and the trailer, of course, gives you a sneak peek on the massive battle between the Marvel heroes and Thanos’s armies. This movie is 10 years in the making so it’s guaranteed to be EPIC.
The movie stars Chris Hemsworth, Chris Evans, Scarlett Johansson, Robert Downey Jr., Chadwick Boseman, Mark Ruffalo, Chris Pratt, Benedict Cumberbatch, and Tom Holland are some of the stars in the movie but there’s plenty more of course.