Published: Mon, July 01, 2019
Life&Culture | By Sue Mclaughlin

Even after re-release, 'Avengers: Endgame' earnings not enough to dethrone 'Avatar'

Even after re-release, 'Avengers: Endgame' earnings not enough to dethrone 'Avatar'

According to trade analysts quoted by The Hollywood Reporter, it would be impossible for Endgame to earn $27 million in the near future. That's about $27 million short of Avatar's $2.78 billion record.

I'll also add that the re-release of The Avengers: Endgame offers nothing new or exciting.

Avengers: Endgame, directed by the Russo siblings, earned another $5.5 million domestically (it placed No. 7 on the end of the week) and $2.3 million overseas for a revised worldwide total of $2.76 billion.

The re-release for The Avengers: Endgame also isn't making too much money, as it brought in around $1.864 million last night in the U.S. It would need similar numbers at nearly two weeks more of release to make up the deficit.

The Russo Brothers have always told of having lived in a rather relaxed manner the production of Avengers: Endgame.

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Avengers: Endgame crushed plenty of records at the box office, making well over $1 billion during the opening weekend alone, and reaching $2 billion in the weekend that followed.

Despite a re-release that featured a few minutes of new footage, Avengers: Endgame will keep its place as the second highest-grossing film of all time, leaving Avatar in the top spot it's held for a decade. But the extra content and special poster were not enough to topple Avatar's box office tally - at least, not yet. The Avengers: Endgame just isn't as good as Infinity War, IMO, which I've seen a half dozen times and can watch over and over and over. The scene features Professor Hulk saving people from a building fire before taking a phone call. Everyone was expecting important deleted scenes that would help add depth to the film (or amusing ones at least.) Instead, they get an unfinished sequence.

One thing that might help Endgame is Far From Home, which hits theaters next week. However, Avatar was subsequently brought back to the screens in 2010, with nine minutes of extra unseen footage.

The tribute closes with the line, "Stan, we love you 3000" a callback to the line that Tony Stark's daughter utters to him in Endgame.

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