Almost as fast as Thanos could snap his fingers and dust half of all lifeforms, Avengers: Endgame has not only crossed the $2 Billion mark; it’s also surpassed Titanic as the #2 movie OF ALL-TIME. The movie has done this in 14 days, which means it has a chance to stop Avatar from holding the #1 spot with $2.7B. Talk about a global juggernaut as the film has taken in $1.57B overseas alone. 

The rest of the Top Ten couldn’t even come close to putting a dent into the Endgame haul of $145 million this weekend. Newcomers The Intruder, UglyDolls, and Long Shot all debuted right below it with $11M, $10M, and $8M respectively. You can see the rest of what happened at the Box Office below.

1.Avengers: Endgame    $145,804,000

2.The Intruder $11,000,000

3.Long Shot $10,025,000

4.UglyDolls   $8,510,000

5.Captain Marvel   $4,276,000

6.Breakthrough  $3,948,000

7.The Curse of La Llorona     $3,500,000

8,100,0038.Shazam!      $2,450,000

9.Little $1,474,000

10.Dumbo      $1,433,000

Next week, we’re getting Detective Pikachu. The movie is based off of a Worldwide phenomenon with Pokemon, and is already getting rave reviews. While it may not be able to unthrone Endgame, it also has a very good chance that it might. Find out if the movie is able to go toe-to-toe with the Avengers in the next edition of Weekend Roundup.

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