Some honest fans suggested him to watch all the Marvel films to be able to appreciate Infinity War.
According to a report from Variety earlier today, the highly anticipated installment in the Marvel Cinematic Universe accounted for around 96 percent of revenues from the local cinemas.
Avengers: Infinity War is officially the king of all superhero movies at the box office. The thriller directed by John Krasinski has made $169 million at the domestic box office. The pic's rule is expected to end next weekend when Fox and Ryan Reynolds unfurl Deadpool 2.
Sans no competition from another tentpole, Avengers: Infinity War has topped the box office for three consecutive weekends, a veritable eternity in summer, when Hollywood tentpoles generally open one on top of another.
In Sequel To Avengers Infinity War Film, Will Adam Warlock Appear in 2019's Avengers 4 Movie? That gives Infinity War the country's third-biggest opening day of all time, behind Monster Hunt 2 and The Fate of the Furious, per Deadline.
Universal's Breaking In finished in third position with an estimated $16.5 million. It saw a solid holdover in North America, making $10 million in its second weekend, for a domestic tally of 29.6 million. The movie's early industry projections have it opening around $150 million.
Internationally films take anywhere from 25-30 percent depending on where it has been released and what deal the studio has brokered, for example, China only gives studios 25 percent of grosses (for the sake of this article we will be using a 30 percent worldwide take). Released by Warner Bros.' New Line division, the PG-13 title is aimed at getting mothers and daughters to hit theaters during the Mother's Day weekend.