Avengers: Infinity War ruling at the box office, collects Rs 135.16 crores

Brenda Watkins
May 3, 2018

This article contains MAJOR Avengers: Infinity War spoilers, but you probably already figured all that out from the headline, right? Not in "Infinity War".

Interestingly, Avengers 3 has become the first Hollywood film to maintain its box office performance by collecting not less than Rs 20-crore on all five days. Anthony and Joe Russo's latest Avengers movie that ties plotlines from across a bunch of MCU movies across a decade or so has been a much anticipated affair. But I think it's fair to say that any Marvel fan worth one's salt can deduce this classic Phase 1 villain. There is no sequence in the movie where all the heroes in the MCU are displayed in the same setting. As the movie flashed to Nick Fury and his pager, I waited for the Avengers salvation. A despot of intergalactic infamy, his goal is to collect all six Infinity Stones, artifacts of unimaginable power, and use them to inflict his twisted will on all of reality.

Mind you, Infinity War hasn't opened in Russian Federation and China, a.k.a the second largest movie market in the world, just yet. It clears that the Marvel's production has done a good work at the box office. She's also a likely candidate to lead the next generation of Avengers if Marvel Studios decides to make more of the films with a new core cast. This also means that half the Avengers - including Black Panther, Bucky Barnes and others - also disintegrate into thin air. Disney owns both Marvel and "GMA's" parent company, ABC. The company is hoping that its summer line-up will revive the box office in North America, especially after the tough year movie makers had in 2017. Back in Febuary, Funko unveiled its initial line of Infinity War merchandise.

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Despite the massive opening, critics did not give as enthusiastic reviews as they did for other Marvel movies.

I have a feeling that the people behind these things may just be too busy as they're instead spending all day, every day watching Avengers: Infinity War over and over again.

Add in the expiring contracts for some of the actors playing those heroes and the whole "soul for a soul" business set up with the Soul Stone in Infinity War and you've got yourself a theory.

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