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#VingadoresUltimato #VingadoresEndgame distributed by @DisneyStudiosBR accumulates R $ 223 million in #bilheteria and 12.4 million viewers in #Brazil. Besides being the most watched #film in the # 2019 movies, it's the biggest debut ever.

 

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So lc223m and 12.4M admissions. For comparisons.

 

On 2/18/2019 at 6:50 AM, Fullbuster said:

Let's start with the biggest movie franchise in Brazil

 

THE AVENGERS

 

In USD / $

 

The Avengers => $63.9m

The Avengers: Age of Ultron =>$47.9m

The Avengers: Infinity War =>$66.7m

 

In local currency / Brazilian Reais

 

The Avengers => R$129.6m

The Avengers: Age of Ultron => R$146.2m

The Avengers: Infinity War =>R$237.8m

 

In admissions

 

The Avengers => 10.911 millions

The Avengers: Age of Ultron => 10.117m

The Avengers: Infinity War => 14.57m

 

Second movie ever to break R$200M.

 

Admission-wise, EG should pass 15M at the very least. All time record is Titanic (with 3D re-release) at 17M.

 

Shame about exchange rate. Even compare to IW which was just last year, EG already lost like $6M due to ER.

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19 minutes ago, Fullbuster said:

Huh, guys..why did you talk about "Bye bye Mexico"? I saw the international numbers for this weekend and mexico still has a sizable advantage..

 

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Because Thursday, Friday, Sat and Sun where all over Mexico, whilst before Mexico's daily grosses where bigger (excluding maybe monday)

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5 minutes ago, pepsa said:

Because Thursday, Friday, Sat and Sun where all over Mexico, whilst before Mexico's daily grosses where bigger (excluding maybe monday)

 

I see, you're betting on Brazil passing mexico thanks to legs.

 

It'll be interesting to see the Detective Pikachu effect :)

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28 minutes ago, Fullbuster said:

 

I see, you're betting on Brazil passing mexico thanks to legs.

 

It'll be interesting to see the Detective Pikachu effect :)

I mean betting is a bad word because I am sertain it will ;) 😛 

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7 minutes ago, pepsa said:

I mean betting is a bad word because I am sertain it will ;) 😛 

 

Or maybe Bolsonaro is a DC fanboy and will prohibit the movie in Brazil for preventing it from going too far, ruining your plans! xD

 

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I'm gonna add Captain Marvel later today, thank you for your patience. In the meantime this is the last updates put in the same posts. Enjoy!

 

Aquaman
Latin America : $90m
Brazil : $36.1m
Brazil's share : 40.1%

 

How To Train Your Dragon 3
Latin America : $57m
Brazil : $15.5m
Brazil's share : 27.2%

 

Ralph Breaks the Internet
Latin America : $56m
Brazil : $17.3m
Brazil's share : 30.9%

 

Marry Poppins Returns
Latin America : $9.5m
Brazil : $1.7m
Brazil's share : 17.9%

 

Alita Battle Angel
Latin America : $16.9m
Brazil : $4.3m
Brazil's share : 25.4%

 

 

Spider-Man : Into the Spider-Verse
Latin America : $25.5m
Brazil : $8.4m
Brazil's share : 32.9%

 

Incredibles 2
Latin America : $129.5m
Brazil : $37.6m
Brazil's share : 29%

 

Black Panther
Latin America : $80m
Brazil : $36.9m
Brazil's share : 46%

 

Jurassic World 2
Latin America : $100m
Brazil : $21.3m
Brazil's share : 21.3%

 

Venom (2018)
Latin America : $65m
Brazil : $19m
Brazil's share : 29.2%

 

Deadpool 2
Latin America : $65m
Brazil : $18.9m
Brazil's share : 29.1%

 

The Nun
Latin America : $55m
Brazil : $20.5m

Brazil's share : 37%

 

 

 

 

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The Avengers Infinity War (USD)
Latin America : $195m
Brazil : $66.7m
Brazil's share : 34.2%

 

Fantastic Beasts
Latin America : $42.5m
Brazil : $19.5m

Brazil's share : 45.9%

 

Fantastic Beasts 2
Latin America : $39m
Brazil : $15.8m

Brazil's share : 40.5%

 

Hotel Transylvania 3
Latin America : $90m
Brazil : $19.5m

Brazil's share : 21.7%

 

Ferdinand
Latin America : $34.5m
Brazil : $14.4m

Brazil's share : 41.7%

 

Bohemian Rhapsody
Latin America : $53.5m
Brazil : $14.4m

Brazil's share : 26.9%

 

A Star is Born (2018)
Latin America : $13.6m
Brazil : $6.8m

Brazil's share : 50%

 

Ready Player One
Latin America : $19m
Brazil : $6m

Brazil's share : 31.6%

 

Mission Impossible : Fallout
Latin America : $36.9m
Brazil : $11.8m

Brazil's share : 32%

 

Fifty Shades Freed
Latin America : $47m
Brazil : $19.7m

Brazil's share : 41.9%

 

Bumblebee
Latin America : $29m
Brazil : $6.5m

Brazil's share : 22.4%

 

 

 

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How does the second weekend fare in comparison to other opening weekends?

 

Edit: Just found out. Third best, after Infinity War's 65m

 

Edit 2: Wait does this include thursday or not? If Not, WOW!

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13M admissions is the number up to Monday I assume? That’s crazy good considering admissions up to last Sunday was 12.4M.

 

If DP not hitting it too hard, I think admissions by this Sunday should be 16M+? Titanic admission records (including 3D re-releases) of 17M would guarantee to be toast then.

 

@pepsa do I look at that right? 

 

Edit: recheck the numbers, Titanic admission is actually 17.7M, a harder goal for sure, but would still be within reach if EG can continue to hold well like last weekend. 

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