The Walt Disney Studios on Sunday estimates that "Infinity War" has added $61.8 million from North American theaters bringing its total domestic earnings to $547.8 million.
The third Avengers sequel continues to dominate as it enters its third week at the box office.
For all other Marvel virgins, Avengers: Infinity War is the 19th film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe that started a decade ago with Robert Downey Jr-starrer Iron Man.
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However, no announcement was larger than that of the Fortnite X Avengers Limited Time Mode, which featured Thanos, the main villain from the recently released Infinity War film, as a playable character and generated a massive amount of hype.
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Avengers: Infinity War sees the superhero clique come together to combat the deadly threat posed by supervillain Thanos.
Infinity was is now the fifth biggest movie of all time behind Jurassic World ($1.671 billion), Star Wars: The Force Awakens ($2.068 billion), Titanic ($2.187 billion), and Avatar ($2.788 billion) and appears to be a safe bet to become only the fourth movie ever to crack the $2 billion mark. The box office will get into the full summer movie season swing when "Deadpool 2" opens next weekend to kick off a constant string of big releases. This easily topped the weekend's new releases, the Melissa McCarthy-starring comedy Life of the Party and the Gabrielle Union-starring thriller Breaking In. The movie now sits at $1.606 billion worldwide and $547.8 million domestic.
The modestly budgeted "Breaking In" took third place with $16.5 million, overperforming most industry expectations despite lackluster reviews.
The second weekend of Lionsgate-Pantelion's comedy "Overboard" was heading for fourth place with about $8 million, followed by Paramount's sixth weekend of horror hit "A Quiet Place" with $6 million. Both movies include the now built-in ticketing fee that we've talked about before, but local currency is really what counts.