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‘Avengers: Infinity War’ Officially Passes $2 Billion at the Box Office

14 June 2018
‘Avengers: Infinity War’ Officially Passes $2 Billion at the Box Office

Directors Joe and Anthony Russo received death threats from fans due to Hawkeye's absence in "Avengers: Infinity War", Jeremy Renner revealed. The Marvel tentpole now stands as the fourth highest-grossing film of all time, unadjusted for inflation, behind Avatar ($2.79 billion), Titanic ($2.19 billion), and Star Wars: The Force Awakens ($2.07 billion). "Infinity War" nabbed a record $640 million global opening and reached the $1 billion mark in a record 11 days.

Hawkeye, played by actor Jeremy Renner, was absent from most of the marketing material for Avengers: Infinity War and did not appear in the final film, leaving many fans curious about the character's whereabouts and well-being. It holds the record for biggest domestic debut ever with $257.7 million in its opening weekend on April 27 to April 29, topping "The Force Awakens" by almost $10 million.

So can Infinity War catch Force Awakens? Moreover, it was hardly a laborious line-cross for Infinity War, which opened back on April 27, and is still riding momentum.

Avengers: Infinity War is now playing everywhere. In China, the film's $369.7 million gross to date ranks third all-time.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, the third Avengers film, and the 19th film in the MCU, eked passed the $2 billion mark on Monday.

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This is not the only record the film has broken though. It's also the highest-grossing Hollywood film in India and Thailand.

The expectations from Avengers: Infinity War were definitely sky-high and given the opening boost of the film, it will fall a bit short of them.