In April, previously this year, Avengers: Endgame was a huge success. But it still breaks and makes fresh records, even after six months of its release!
Avengers: Endgame published in April 2019 to mark the formal end of the age of the Avengers. The film showed a close of an age in which Avengers beat Thanos, and made way for fresh superheroes after the initial Avengers.
The film has been loved and valued by fans worldwide. It was regarded as a film gem, not only because of the greatness of the tale but also because of its technological developments. It was a “wonder” of inventions.
Nearly half a year on, Avengers: Endgame continues to climb into the record books. For Marvel Studios, it has become an unprecedented success.
Prior to that, James Cameron’s Avatar retained the record box office for the highest film, but Avengers: Endgame surpassed Avatar on 14 Sept 2019 and became the biggest movie. On Tuesday, the film raised $2098, breaking all records.
Over the previous 139 days, the Avengers: Endgame have been operating in the theater nearly to break records for Avengers: Infinity War (running 140 days) and Black Panther (running 175 days in theaters).
Walt Disney Studios Chairman Alan Horn congratulated Marvel on this accomplishment. He said, “I would like to offer my thanks to the teams of Marvel Studios and Walt Disney Studios and thank you to the fans from all over the globe who raised Avengers to end this historic high.”
The Russo Brothers tweeted and thanked the fans for this success, calling them “the world’s biggest fans.”
Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame for Marvel Studios were huge successes. Avengers: Endgame still in movie theaters and is also on DVD and Blu-Ray.