In Australia, the film recorded for the highest ever opening day with more than $10 million in takings, narrowly beating the record set by Star Wars: The Force Awakens in 2015 with $9.45 million. It's expected to take in another $80 million on Friday.
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On Wednesday, Endgame was released in China, approximately two days before the United States release. "I expect fans to go back for repeat viewings of Endgame throughout the weekend to catch all the things they missed in the film's three-hour running time".
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The new Marvel movie hit the milestone in just 17 hours - four hours quicker than Stars Wars: The Force Awakens. "Endgame" had the biggest opening day in China, the world's second largest movie market.
Marvel Studios released new Avengers: Endgame character posters for both the surviving and fallen heroes of Thanos' decimation in Infinity War. While action movies are still popular in the United States, foreign markets, especially China, have continued to grow, meaning, that Hollywood film-makers are increasingly geared to global box offices. The 22nd film in the MCU, which marks the conclusion of its huge superhero universe, hit the big screens on April 26, 2019.
That being said. If you're interested in seeing Avengers: Endgame in its full glory the way the filmmakers intended, have some self-respect, don't watch a piss-poor cam video, and drag your arse to the cinema like everyone else.
"Any favorite story that you have, your hope is that the best part of the story is the ending, so that was our mission, said Director Anthony Russo to fans". The U.K.is the second-largest worldwide market with $15.3 million, followed by South Korea at $14.2 million and Australia at 13.9 million.