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The stakes are the highest they've been in a MCU movie, with a cloudy feeling of permanence hovering over "Endgame" that wasn't there in last year's "Infinity War." We knew this film would involve the Avengers trying to fix what Thanos took from them in the last movie -- namely, half the universe.
"Endgame," released in theaters worldwide in April and featuring more than 20 superheroes, is the culmination of a story told in 22 Marvel films that have drawn crowds to cinemas for a decade.
"A huge congratulations to the Marvel Studios and Walt Disney Studios teams, and thank you to the fans around the world who lifted Avengers: Endgame to these historic heights," Disney Studios co-chairman and chief creative officer Alan Horn said in a statement.
For, the film starts with the world still reeling from the aftereffects of Infinity War and Endgame.
With 'Endgame', 'The Intruder' and 'Longshot', it earned a total of 367, 498, 554 million Naira.
box office is led by "Star Wars: The Force Awakens," which came out in 2015 and earned a nominal $936 million, followed by "Endgame" at $841 million and "Avatar" at $761 million.
While some believe this is being done in a bit to surpass "Avatar" as the box-office champion of all time, an article from US-based magazine Forbes, states that the decision to have Endgame in theaters again could be to help the new Spider-Man movie perform.
"Endgame's" current sales tally, $2.73 billion, is no small feat.
Endgame offers an endpoint security platform with hybrid architecture that delivers both cloud administration and data localisation that meets industry, regulatory and global compliance requirements.
It even beat Endgame internationally by a very slight margin with $103 million.
What sort of person walks out of a film that is scientifically designed to produce feelings of wellness and thinks to themselves, "I'm unhappy, it must be the film's fault?" Do you think when Thor was presented as an intergalactic Chippendale in all the other Avengers films prior to Endgame, that this wasn't fat-shaming, too?