They had a hand the five biggest domestic opening weekends in Canadian history: "Avengers Endgame", "Avengers: Infinity War", "Star Wars: The Force Awakens", "Star Wars: The Last Jedi" and "Marvel's the Avengers". Internationally the film debuted to the tune of $859 million, with $330.5 million of that coming from China alone. Endgame also added another record-setting day on Saturday with $109 million, and what looks like an $84.3 million Sunday today. Many market gurus are suggesting that Endgame will end up with a figure closer to $400 million, essentially making it the biggest first weekend earner of all time. Worldwide, it obliterated the previous record of $640.5 million, also set by "Infinity War". Analysts predicted last week that the film could make anywhere from $260 million to $300 million domestically.
The film had a reported budget of $400 million, though Disney Canada would not confirm the figure.
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The film's global domination was propelled by China. Steve Rogers and Tony Stark have to make some changes to the plan, but according to the time travel rules laid out in Endgame, Loki is still around since this happened in that particular moment.
Meanwhile, around the world, Avengers: Endgame did huge business in all territories (except Russian Federation where it hasn't debuted yet).
This excitement from Marvel fans was only further fueled by the effusive praise from the first wave of moviegoers on Thursday night, who hailed the film as a moving send-off to the actors and characters who founded the MCU. Unsurprisingly, Captain Marvel has already raked in over $1 billion at the box office. With that being said, the Russo Brothers aren't really known for doing things like that, which means this may have just set up the Loki Disney+ TV series. "We will likely see a lot of synergy between the big and small screen". Beside this, Endgame has gotten 4.5/5 stars from nearly every critic from across the board. On Rotten Tomatoes it has a solid 96 percent - the second strongest start to a Marvel release with only Black Panther having a higher score of 97 percent upon its release.