By analyzing the current scenario, we definitely think the film can cross $ 2 million mark but crossing the lifetime of Avatar will be a hard task for the Avengers: Infinity War.
Elsewhere, the movie was No. 1 again domestically and No. 1 in the majority of offshore markets. The film is marginally behind Jurassic World which stands with the collections of $ $1.67 billion and will cross it in the upcoming days to grab the fourth position in the list. 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.
Walt Disney Co.'s latest super-hero film topped the box office for a third week in a row, even as some studios pitched mom-friendly offerings. With a $200M (RMB 1.266B) debut, the Disney/Marvel movie becomes the 2nd biggest industry three-day bow behind The Fate Of The Furious (in local currency). "We've had one or two experiences early in our careers where we didn't do that and we learned a very hard lesson: When you try to predict what an audience wants, you're going to make mush". Marvel subtly nodded to the relationship in Captain America: Civil War and Thor: Ragnarok, so it's clear that the studio still acknowledges the romance, but it does not seem particularly interested in making that a front and center narrative element.
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But in a respectable third place was Universal's "Breaking In".
It was the first time a release directed by her husband, Ben Falcone ("Tammy", "The Boss"), didn't open over $20 million.
One of the best holdovers in the top ten lands in fifth position with Paramount's A Quiet Place delivering an estimated $6.4 million, dropping just 18% in its sixth weekend in release, finishing the weekend with a domestic cume totaling $169.5 million.
Thanks largely to "Black Panther" and "Avengers: Infinity War", the overall domestic box office is up 4% to $4.16 billion as of May 9, according to comScore.