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Over 2 billion, but cannot make a prediction after I was so disappointed with Justice Leagues gross. Even bought the DVD three times to help out.

2.3 billion.



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Looks like IW is now at $1.164B. This is $78M more than TFA was at the same point in time.



thismeintiel said:  
Angelus said:
Personally, I doubt it will end up quite as high as people think. The whole movie one such massive spoiler fest, I'm inclined to believe everyone was just trying to see it as quickly as possible for fear having too many moments ruined for them if they decided to wait. I'd look for it to fall off quite heavily in not too long.

It's already at $1.164B in less than two weeks, so it's still got at least 4-6 good weekends left, plus China. Where do you think it will end up? 

It'll end somewhere between 1.7-1.9 billion 



If it crosses the 2 billion mark will be an extremely feat. I bet on 1.8 billion at most.



Angelus said:
thismeintiel said:  

It's already at $1.164B in less than two weeks, so it's still got at least 4-6 good weekends left, plus China. Where do you think it will end up? 

It'll end somewhere between 1.7-1.9 billion 

Yea, definitely see a possibility of it ending up short of the $2B mark. Those would still be great numbers. I'm thinking it passes $2B, though. Especially if it ends up growing above AOU in China. I could see it doing a little below AOU, but also think there's about the same chance it does $260M+. 



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thismeintiel said:
mZuzek said:
Yeah, I wanted to talk about this movie.

This isn't what I wanted.

I'm surprised at how little this film is being discussed around here, considering what it is. The box office numbers aren't surprising at all (even if they are still damn impressive), but what is is the movie itself. Besides being surprisingly great, which will only help it in the long run at the box office, it was you know, just... surprising. So, yeah. Carry on.

Hey, feel free to go off of topic a little. Not going to piss me off any. And I agree, it was great. Personally, I think it's Marvel's best.

Eh, I wouldn't quite go that far, but it sure is right up there. I'd say Marvel has an amazing top 5 movies now with Infinity War, Black Panther, Winter Soldier and both Guardians films. I mean, personally I'd say any of those is a very respectable pick for a favorite, and anyone who says the top 5 doesn't consist of that particular lineup is just wrong in my book.



mZuzek said:
thismeintiel said:

Hey, feel free to go off of topic a little. Not going to piss me off any. And I agree, it was great. Personally, I think it's Marvel's best.

Eh, I wouldn't quite go that far, but it sure is right up there. I'd say Marvel has an amazing top 5 movies now with Infinity War, Black Panther, Winter Soldier and both Guardians films. I mean, personally I'd say any of those is a very respectable pick for a favorite, and anyone who says the top 5 doesn't consist of that particular lineup is just wrong in my book.

Personally, I'd switch out BP with Thor: Ragnarok. I just think Ragnarok was a great balance of action and comedy. BP was good, but there were some parts that lagged. 



Well, I think it will easily beat Avengers 1 as the highest grossing Superhero movie of all-time. No doubt in my mind about that one. I also think it will go above $2 billion and also beat The Force Awakens in the Worldwide and Foreign Box Offices.
Honestly, the only other movie I can possibly see having a chance to surpass Infinity War in the Super Hero genre is Avengers 4.
If that movie doesn't do it, I really don't see how any other film can. It's looking like a bar that may never be reached again.



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I've got it at $1.9 billion. It all comes down to China - the film is set to open to $200m+ OW there, but it's a matter of whether it can manage a 2x multiplier or not.

It's not going to top Black Panther domestically. After beating it by $55 million OW, its second weekend lead is down to $1 million (and Black Panther's Saturday and Sunday both topped Infinity War's). It's starting to fall off pace. And whereas Black Panther had a cushy schedule, where its biggest competition in its first five weeks was A Wrinkle in Time ($33 million OW), Infinity War has to deal with Deadpool 2 and Solo - both probable to launch around $130-150 million.

At this point, I'm going to say it finishes at $660 million in the U.S. and $1.95 billion worldwide.



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thismeintiel said:
mZuzek said:

Eh, I wouldn't quite go that far, but it sure is right up there. I'd say Marvel has an amazing top 5 movies now with Infinity War, Black Panther, Winter Soldier and both Guardians films. I mean, personally I'd say any of those is a very respectable pick for a favorite, and anyone who says the top 5 doesn't consist of that particular lineup is just wrong in my book.

Personally, I'd switch out BP with Thor: Ragnarok. I just think Ragnarok was a great balance of action and comedy. BP was good, but there were some parts that lagged. 

Yes, you are wrong in my book.

I think Ragnarok is vastly overrated by fans, it would probably barely get into my top 10. Black Panther on the other hand, is one of the best movies I've ever seen.