‘Avengers’ Crosses $600 Million Mark at U.S. Box Office

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The Avengers Box Office Avengers Crosses $600 Million Mark at U.S. Box Office

Marvel Studios continues to have monumental success with their big screen adaptation of The Avengers. The movie crossed the $100 million mark in its second weekend of release, while also crossing the $1 billion worldwide mark 19 days after its first opening overseas. Now, we can chalk up yet another record: The Avengers has made $600 million at the U.S. domestic box office, and has achieved a global haul of $1,438.3 million (or 1.4 billion dollars), ranking it as the 3rd highest-grossing film of all time (behind James Cameron’s Avatar and Titanic).

For those keeping count: This also means that Avengers has unseated The Dark Knight as the highest-grossing comic book movie ever.

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  1. Please tell me die hard fans of TDK aren’t heartbroken over the fact The Avengers took over it’s spot among another truth.

  2. wow, they can make more than that because there`s 7 billion ppl. worldwide and a ton more than that in this country.

  3. Why does avengers release so late in japan (August 14th)? Over 3 months!?!?!

  4. Kofi, you have two links to Black Panther here. The first one is in the correct spot, but misspelled, the second is spelled right but is where a link for Thor 2 should be.

    In other news, I just don’t see The Dark Knight Rises making as much as the Dark Knight. Until recently, WB has stayed pretty tight lipped about the film cutting down the press for it until recently. The Villains aren’t as big of a draw because of the bad taste of Bane we got in Batman and Robin and Catwoman in Batman Returns/Catwoman. Also, no crazy kind of controversy going on. I’m not saying someone dying is a good thing, but it sure boosted the numbers for DK, and DKR won’t have that

    • …which is exactly what they said.

  5. do you post how much money every film has made after a certain time? or is there a certain number of top films which you post how much money they`ve made after a certain while? the minimum place for a money-grossing record for a movie should be in 10th.