Kicking off its domestic debut with a stellar $27.6M in Thursday night previews, Marvel’s Avengers: Age of Ultron has brought in an estimated $187.7M to rank as the second biggest opening weekend of all time. Along with The Avengers’ $207.4M and Iron Man 3’s $174.1M, Marvel and Disney now hold the top three spots on the list of the biggest domestic debuts. On Friday, the film posted the second biggest single day ever with $84.5M.
Avengers: Age of Ultron has now grossed an estimated $626.7M in 12 days of global release. Debuting at #1 in every market since beginning its international rollout April 22, the film has brought in an estimated $439M at the international box office overall. It posted the biggest opening weekend of all time in Brazil, Mexico, Hong Kong, Ecuador and the Philippines and additionally marks Disney and Marvel’s biggest opening weekend in Russia and much of the Asia-Pacific region including Australia, New Zealand, India, South Korea, Taiwan, Malaysia, Singapore, and Thailand. Avengers: Age of Ultron is open in about 71% of the international market and is set to open in China on May 12 and in Japan on July 4.
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