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Thanos’ box office invasion reached China this weekend with spectacular results, as Disney reported that “Avengers: Infinity War” earned a stunning $200 million from its opening weekend in the major moviegoing market. According to currency conversion rates, this is the second-highest opening in Chinese box office history behind only the $213 million “The Fate of the Furious” made last year. This smashes the previous China opening record for a Marvel film, sitting 28 percent ahead of the $156 million made by “Avengers: Age of Ultron” three years ago.
“Avengers: Infinity War” has maintained its staying power at the domestic box office. In its third frame, the Disney and Marvel blockbuster earned a huge $61.8 million. Combined with a near-record $200 million launch in China, “Infinity War” earned $343.1 million worldwide this weekend, for a global cume of $1.6 billion. On Saturday, it became […]
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“Avengers: Infinity War” doesn’t just bring together almost all of the storylines of the Marvel Cinematic Universe over the past 10 years — it also shakes everything up, changing everything we know about the MCU in the process. The story concerns Thanos (Josh Brolin), a massively powerful super-bad guy whose arrival the MCU has been teasing since 2012’s “The Avengers.” Thanos has one big goal: Wipe out half the life in the universe, in order to allow the other half to thrive with abundant resources. It’s kind of a genocidal approach to garden pruning, and all the heroes of the MCU are fighting against it.
“Infinity War” begins right where “Thor: Ragnarok” leaves off, with Thanos (Josh Brolin) having murdered half of the Asgardians who survived the events of the earlier film. Into this mess, the Hulk attacks Thanos and for a hot minute it looks like he might even give the Mad Titan a real fight. Turns out, however, that Thanos was just having a little fun — after he and Hulk trade a few punches, Thanos absolutely kicks Hulk’s ass.
“Avengers: Infinity War” can check off yet another record: The second-highest second weekend of all time. Disney and Marvel’s latest collaboration earned $112.5 million from 4,474 locations in its second frame. The 56% decline was just enough to top the record previously held by fellow Marvel title “Black Panther,” which made $111.6 million in its […]
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The second weekend of Disney-Marvel’s “Avengers: Infinity War” is heading for $115 million at 4,474 North American sites, while the opening of “Overboard” will take in about $13 million, early estimates showed Friday. Should the forecasts hold, “Avengers: Infinity War” will follow up its record-breaking debut with the second-highest domestic second weekend of all time […]
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Warning! Spoilers for Avengers: Infinity War below. Do not read unless you've seen the movie, or if you're like me and enjoy spoilers without abandon. Avengers: Infinity War , the most ambitious crossover in cinematic history, left a lot of people in tears due to its catastrophic ending. Ya know, where Thanos decides to wipe out half the world's population — including some of our superhero friends. They start disintegrating into dust and then, most notably and most tragically, young Spiderman, lying in Tony Stark's arms, looks up at Iron Man and says, "Mr. Stark, I don't feel so good..." Cue the tears. Cue the sobs. Cue the memes. SEE ALSO: After 'Infinity War,' which 'Avengers 4' heroes will lead the fight? As with most dark and tragic things in life and entertainment, the internet decided to meme up this heart-wrenching moment using other figures and moments from pop culture. Hey bro? I don't feel so good.... pic.twitter.com/OxO6WemVZL — m a y o (@broklynplumber) April 30, 2018 There's the reinterpretation of equally tragic moments — such as the Tenth Doctor's farewell to Rose. I don’t feel so good... pic.twitter.com/XLdY7Qxdod — 𝑫𝑨𝑵 ships Mattasha (@ChimesMidnights) May 1, 2018 Carl Grimes' final moments from The Walking Dead was also honored. “Dad, I don’t feel so good” #TheWalkingDead pic.twitter.com/WCDWQ7rpzy — Rick Grimes (@RickAndThangs) May 1, 2018 And perhaps most tragically, the scene when Grand Master Oogway from Kung Fu Panda dissipates into a cluster of cherry blossoms as he crosses over to the other side. This one doesn't even need the dust effect. "Shifu, I don't feel so good..." pic.twitter.com/Mt73zifQKu — Lythero🕹️ (@Lythero) April 30, 2018 And then comes the weird stuff. “Like Scoob, I don’t feel so good” pic.twitter.com/V5DWaPnAqB — V.RI (@VanillaRiceYT) April 30, 2018 RIP Peppa Pig, our queen and subversive icon. "I don't feel so good, Georgie" pic.twitter.com/6A1ffBxuG8 — AtomWraith (@AtomWraith) May 1, 2018 Oh Nemo. You shouldn't have touched that boat. "Dad........I don't feel so good" pic.twitter.com/rtidilxGOV — Alex 🇬🇧 (@TheAuraGuardian) May 1, 2018 The Windows 95 logo doesn't even need the edits. "Mr. Gates, I don't feel so good" pic.twitter.com/xd3o3SLn9j — Memes™ (@FreshMemeSupply) April 30, 2018 For never was a story of more woe than this of Barry B. Benson and... whatever the Bee Movie lady's name is. barry... I don’t feel so good pic.twitter.com/OuhysaiVcC — syd saw iw & died - 18 (@ffsmarveI) April 30, 2018 Shrek and Donkey's seperation will definitely tear at your heartstrings. Shrek, I don’t feel so good pic.twitter.com/Aa6BZI8maO — Memes™ (@FreshMemeSupply) April 30, 2018 What would Josh be without his Drake? Actually, totally fine, since he didn't invite him to his wedding. "I don't feel so good Josh...""Drake... hug me... brother" #InfinityWar pic.twitter.com/pEOWnmFXIG — 92 Woodcutting (@Rusdddayyy) May 1, 2018 There was the healthy dose of controversial public figures. Hello, Mr. Zuckerburg. Hey senator, I don't feel so good pic.twitter.com/mMmruFBvmH — Slazo (@Slazo) May 1, 2018 This one's too soon. It's been three years, but it's still too soon. “Boys, I don’t feel so good...” pic.twitter.com/SbuxHse7Sq — 🍒 (@sighkxte) May 1, 2018 Yeowch. Topical. “I don’t feel so good” pic.twitter.com/Ehx4G9oH38 — supreme leader 🦄 (@gittyalt) May 1, 2018 And, of course, no meme is complete without meme-ing another meme. “Heh, you know I had to.... huh... I don’t think I can do it to em.... I don’t feel so good... oh god...” pic.twitter.com/nYpLAOgqeP — j™ (@bonjourlapeen) May 1, 2018 Mmmm...steamed hams. "Superintendent, I don't feel so good." pic.twitter.com/3XeOXHctp5 — Ice (@IceSeason101) April 30, 2018 The girlfriend in the cheating boyfriend meme gets her revenge. "Mr. Stock Photo, I don't feel so good" pic.twitter.com/4Tk8LGmigc — Kyle Buchanan (@kylebuchanan) May 1, 2018 And finally, one that has Spiderman on the other end. Spiderman, I don’t feel so good pic.twitter.com/QXRDy9krxC — Memes™ (@FreshMemeSupply) April 30, 2018 Hopefully, this interpretation of the tragic moment has soothed your aching heart. Or maybe it made everything even worse. WATCH: In honor of 'Infinity War,' Chris Evans has blessed the internet with these BTS clips
“Avengers: Infinity War” stormed the box office during its opening weekend to a record haul of $257 million, and much of that was because fans didn’t want to be spoiled on the film’s ending by waiting a week or two.
If you're getting fed up of hearing everyone singing the praises of the Avengers, why not take a short break by listening to people hating on them. SEE ALSO: The first reactions to Marvel's 'Avengers: Infinity War' are in In the latest edition of "Mean Tweets" filmed for Jimmy Kimmel Live! , the likes of Chris Pratt, Scarlett Johansson, and Chris Evans read out some of the spectacularly harsh things people are saying about them on the internet. The tweets range from the very weird (the one about Johansson) to the very, very mean (the one about Paul Bettany). At least they're smiling while they read them out, though.