"Avengers: Infinity War" is poised to set a record for fastest film to rake in $1 billion in business. In comparison to the recent Marvel flicks, War's drop was higher than Black Panther's 44%, Thor: Ragnarok's 53% and Guardians of the Galaxy Volume Two's 55%. The film has earned $18,464,603 million in India alone. The latest for the superhero ensemble is that it's now reached the $1 billion worldwide mark in the fastest period of time. Records are being set around the world, including for the biggest opening day ever in Russian Federation. The film opens in China, the second biggest movie market in the world, on May 11.
Even though critics weren't particularly gained over by "over board", crowds gave the picture an even positive A- CinemaScore.
Buoyed by Eugenio Derbez and Anna Faris, Overboard fared best of the three, grossing an estimated $14.8 million from 1,623 theaters, good for second place. Overseas, A Quiet Place has earned a loud $95 million to date.
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3rd place went to "A Silent Place", which has grossed $159.9 million in 5 months at theaters, along with fourth largest place to "I Feel Pretty", now up to $37.8 million in weekend. Check back on Tuesday for next weekend's predictions, but until then, take a look at the top 10 estimates for the weekend of May 4, courtesy of Box Office Mojo. Down 36%, the latest Dwayne Johnson hit has amassed $85 million domestically and an additional $293 million from global markets.
Next weekend sees the arrival of Life of the Party starring Melissa McCarthy and the thriller Breaking In starring Gabrielle Union.
Avengers: Infinity War, which released on April 27, went past the United States dollars one billion mark on Saturday, reports Variety.