Avengers: Infinity Wars Becomes The Fourth Film Ever To Join $2 Billion Club
In good company.
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In the last 48 hours, Avengers: Infinity Wars has tipped over $2bn in box-office earnings.

In just seven weeks since it’s release, the Marvel superhero mashup/collab/let’s-get-all-the-stars-in-there-somehow flick, Avengers: Infinity Wars has become the fourth highest grossing film ever made, after crawling over the $2bn mark sometime over the last few days (according to Mojo’s box-office calculator).

The film, which was directed by Anthony and Joe Russo, is now part of a select club that features James Cameron’s alien Pochahontas story, Avatar ($2.78bn) and his tale of navigational disaster The Titanic ($2.18bn), as well as J.J. Abrams Star Wars: The Force Awakens ($2.06bn).

However, unlike the rest of the films in the $2bn club, Infinity Wars was also released in the more competitive US Summer period which put it at somewhat of a disadvantage, as end-of-year releases traditionally perform better at the box-office. So you can only imagine what could have been for the star-studded feature.

So if you haven’t checked it out, maybe it’s about time you jump on that train.


Words by Harry Webber June 13, 2018
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