Avengers: Endgame To Become The First Film To Earn $1 Billion Under A Week

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Avengers Endgame first week earning

The world has been waiting for Avengers: Endgame for a long time now. Well, it has just been a year, but it seems like decades. Finally, the first reviews were also flooded on the internet yesterday and it has been called the “perfect culmination of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.” It will be exciting to see what film actually offers when it opens on 26th April.

Being such a monumental film in the superhero movie genre, it is expected to break some records. Avengers: Endgame won’t be your ordinary superhero film that gets released every year. It will be ending a lengthy 10-year journey for actors as well as fans.

Avengers: Endgame first week earning

Avengers: Endgame’s first week earning is expected to cross a billion mark, and that too with ease. The current predictions say that Avengers: Endgame will earn $850,000 (£657,000) in its first week itself. Though, some predictors have mentioned that this number can cross a billion mark.

The movie has already gathered praise from critics and people who have watched it during the premiere.

New York Times wrote: “like the encore at the big concert when all the musicians come out and link arms and sing something like Will the Circle Be Unbroken. You didn’t think it would get to you, but it does.”

Avengers: Endgame first week earning

Whereas Angie Han of Mashable wrote: “At both the screenings I attended, the audience reactions were so loud at certain points that entire lines of dialogue were swallowed up. Which is probably just fine with Marvel: all the more reason for fans to go back and see it a second time.”

The movie will have the widest release ever in the US. It will open in 4,600 theatres. It is directed by Russo Brothers, who have done a great job in keeping things secret.

Avengers: Endgame first week earning

I wish to see Thanos once again because I liked his concept. For now, let us wait for the magic like Avengers: Endgame happen because they don’t happen on a daily basis. It is a once in a lifetime film to be enjoyed in theatres.