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AVENGERS ENDGAME | 1939.4 M overseas ● 2797.8 M worldwide | ALL BE WARNED

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*insert flamebait comment about Avatar*

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I'd like to see how wide the release is first.

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Hallelujah, praise the Lord Feige

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40 minutes ago, XO21 said:

 

*insert flamebait comment about Avatar*

Fake news :apocalypse:

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Disney should bulk buy $20mn tickets and get done with it. Report Thailand Nationwide gross, not just two cities, that will add some $5mn atleast.

 

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I'd rather Endgame has been confirmed to pass 2.755B WW before this "post-crdit extended" version is released, so that Endgame passes the incumbent in its first run without any slight implication of being pushed at all. Then only helped by re-release/re-expansion to top WW.

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Just now, justvision said:

I'd rather Endgame has been confirmed to pass 2.755B WW before this "post-crdit extended" version is released, so that Endgame passes the incumbent in its first run without any slight implication of being pushed at all. Then only helped by re-release/re-expansion to top WW.

I have a feeling these "post credit scence" is very short (2-3 minutes)....

And it seems the International markets won't get that. 

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So, not really a rerelease at all. Additional post credits goodies for DOM initial run.

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Feel like Marvel is saving the real re-release for later. This is just to add more theaters (I guess DP will be sacrificed for this). But this might help Endgame reach $850M DOM

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Yeah that's nice and all but not much. However the closer it gets to avatar WW the more likely a global rerelease happens.

 

The idea that Disney would give up a guarantee of the #1 WW just to not piss off Cameron is ludicrous. 

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It’s done. With the re-release and consequently expansion, Endgame will comfortably top Avatar. If this is an worldwide re-release then HOLY SHIT, I wouldn’t doubt $3B, even if it’s just a post credits scene. If it is what I imagine it will, people will go fucking absolutely nuts.

 

And nope, I’m not saying what I think it is.

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Man, some people really like setting themselves up for a disappointment. $3B, seriously? 

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This just reeks of desperation because they knew it wasn't going to beat Avatar normally.

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8 minutes ago, Agafin said:

Man, some people really like setting themselves up for a disappointment. $3B, seriously? 

Crazy talk. 2.8b probably isn't happening with global re release

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2 minutes ago, scabab said:

This just reeks of desperation because they knew it wasn't going to beat Avatar normally.

It already was a lock to beat Avatars original run. Quit crying 

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9 minutes ago, cdsacken said:

It already was a lock to beat Avatars original run. Quit crying 

Nobody cares about that and isn't what most people would even see.

 

They knew this wasn't going to pass Avatar so they're releasing this completely pointless new version out of desperation for it to take the #1 spot.

 

Anyone with half a brain knows exactly what they're doing.

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14 hours ago, Doctor Stark said:

Endgame would pass Avatar if it did not have to deal with record-low exchange rates. Give it last year’s rates and it would have already passed it. Give it 2009’s and god knows what it would achieve. Because of that, a re-release or push to get it over is totally fair. Especially when you consider Avatar got one, and Endgame’s first run is going to be higher than Avatar’s first. Endgame has even sold substantially more tickets worldwide. It absolutely deserves to pass Avatar.

Every time I feel like to shout out when i see see people exaggerate the impact of exchange rate on box office number.

 

Why can't people just understand the basic principle of economy?

Poor exchange rate > Higher inflation rate

Good exchange rate > Lower inflation rate.

 

It is already empirically proven the correlation between exchange rate and inflation. Some country like Mexico even use exchange rate as a tool to combat hyperinflation. 

 

It is not too hard to understand for an educated people like you and me.

 

I think the entire members of BoT need to undergo some basic economy lesson before they start throwing their data like they are doing trading at the share market  

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