The supersized superhero hit "Avengers: Infinity War" has crossed $2 billion in worldwide ticket sales, becoming only the fourth film to reach that rarified box-office milestone. All of those films were released over the winter holidays.
All three of those films were released in December, which makes "Infinity War" the first film released outside of the holiday season to make $2 billion globally, when not accounting for inflation.
Domestically, "Avengers: Infinity War" is the fifth-highest grossing pic of all time, with $656.1 million through June 11.
Several months later, and Avengers: Infinity War is still the talk of the (movie lovers) town.
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Joe and Anthony Russo directed Infinity War, which assembles just about every Marvel hero ever in a quest to stop the tyrannical Thanos (Josh Brolin) from obtaining all six Infinity Stones and wiping out half of the universe's population. Internationally, it is the third highest grossing release ever with $1.346 billion. It's enough for Infinity War to hold the #5 slot on the all-time domestic list, but Black Panther sits pretty at #3, behind only Avatar and The Force Awakens.
Infinity War posted the biggest opening days in South Korea ($39.2 million), Mexico ($25.1 million), Brazil ($18.8 million), the Philippines ($12.5 million), Thailand ($10 million), Indonesia ($9.6 million) and Malaysia ($8.4 million). If Disney's acquisition of Fox goes through in 2019, it would mean the House of Mouse owns 3 out of the top 5 highest-grossing films of all time with Paramount's Titanic being the only exception.
In overseas markets, the film has set industry records in total earnings in Brazil, Bolivia, Chile, Ecuador, Peru, Venezuela, Philippines, Indonesia, Singapore, Malaysia, and Vietnam.