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‘Avengers: Endgame’ Is One Of Marvel’s Most Frontloaded Movies (Box Office)

‘Avengers: Endgame’

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So, with a $600,000 Monday gross and a new $825 million domestic cume, it should use that Tuesday bump to get over the adjusted-for-inflation domestic total of Jurassic Park. The 1993 dino adventure earned $402 million in North America (counting the $45 million in grosses from the 2013 3-D reissue) for an adjusted $825.8 million cume. Once that happens, Avengers: Endgame will be the 17th-biggest domestic earner in terms of tickets sold.

And, barring a last gasp or a reissue, that will be its last major box office milestone. It looks like the MCU epic is going to end its run with around $845 million, or maybe just enough to get past Return of the Jedi‘s $847 million adjusted-for-inflation gross. Yes, that includes its 1997 Special Edition reissue for a $309 million combined domestic cume.

Whether Disney cares about this trivial benchmark, especially if Aladdin continues to kick butt and if Toy Story 4 soars to infinity and/or beyond any more than they care about whether Avengers: Endgame gets past Avatar ($2.788 billion worldwide) is an open question. I’d argue “no,” but we’ll see. Anyway, presuming a $845 million domestic total, that will give the Russo Bros.’ sci-fi melodrama a 2.36x weekend-to-final multiplier.

Yes, that will be the most frontloaded/least-leggy $200 million-plus opener among seven current such releases. They are, in order of legs, The Force Awakens ($937 million/$248 million in 2015), Black Panther ($700 million/$202 million in 2018), Jurassic World ($652 million/$208 million in 2015), The Avengers ($623 million from a $207 million launch in 2012), The Last Jedi ($620 million/$220 million in 2017), Avengers: Infinity War ($679 million/$258 million in 2018) and Avengers: Endgame ($845 million/$357 million in 2019).

As you can see, the last two Avengers movies were the least leggy $200

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