Avengers: Endgame has broken the record for the greatest performance of boxers ever by a movie, above the world $ 2.78 billion. But that record depends on taking the numbers at nominal value.
Endgame was a crane station in the office it released in April, and had dragged a record amount of money – but in spite of its monster opening, the film could not record the record of another huge movie: director James Cameron's Avatar. However, according to Marvel Studios boss Kevin Feige, this situation has changed, with Disney announcing with San Diego Comic-Con that Endgame has taken over the box office of Avatar from the ranger.
As indicated above, however, d & # 39; is a catch.
"I just heard from our people at Disney Distribution that Avengers: Endgame will be the greatest movie of all time," Feige said during the Marvel Studios panel at Comic-Con's Hall H. "You have to cry out [Avatar director] James Cameron – if you adjust for Inflation, he still holds this title, but at the moment, thanks to your people in Hall H, Avengers: Endgame is the greatest movie of all time. "
This means that Endgame has overcome the total $ 2.78 billion Avatar take-up in straight numbers. But as Feige mentioned, the world was different in 2009, when Avatar was released, and inflation meant $ 2.78 billion more than it is now.
You might also remember that Disney and Marvel Studios worked hard to get that record out of Cameron's hands. The company returned Endgame to theaters on June 28 with a small amount of extra footage added to & end, so that it could wake up even more money. Before its & # 39; parting & # 39; Tournament had only reached $ 2.74 billion. Another record is a record, and Disney fought to take it. That said, the movie that has it up to & # 39; is in order now – due to the purchase of & # 39; a 21st Century Fox – under the same Disney umbrella as Marvel.
For more on what we learned on Saturday night, check out our wrap-up of everything we learned during the Comic-Con panel of Marvel Studios.