Avengers: Endgame Tops Titanic With $2.2 Billion At Box Office, Now Only Trails Avatar

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Marvel’s tremendous success at the box office continues, with Avengers: Endgame posting another strong take. After a second weekend at No. 1, the superhero movie has now made $2.188 billion worldwide after just 12 days. Few movies have ever topped the $2 billion mark, and now there is only a single movie to have made more than Endgame.

Endgame passes James Cameron’s Titanic ($2.187 billion), which was released in 1997, to become the No. 2 highest-grossing movie in history worldwide. It only trails another Cameron movie, 2009’s Avatar, which has made $2.78 billion globally.
Endgame made a further $145.8 million in the United States and Canada this weekend and $282.2 million from international markets to reach the new heights, according to EW.

The continued success of Endgame is no surprise. It opened last weekend to a record $1.2 billion worldwide. It’s made $2.187 billion now worldwide after just 11 days, a new record.
Endgame is now just the fifth movie to ever pass $2 billion worldwide. It joins Avengers: Infinity War ($2.048 billion), Star Wars: The Force Awakens ($2.068 billion), Titanic ($2.187 billion), and Avatar ($2.788 billion).

The movie needs to make around $580 million more to catch Avatar. Keep checking back with GameSpot for the latest on Endgame’s box office performance.

With Endgame coming up on its two-week mark in theaters, Marvel and Sony have released the trailer for the next MCU movie: Spider-Man: Far From Home. This movie will mark the end of Phase 3, and it explicitly deals with some of the major developments from Endgame. As such, it starts out with a spoiler warning where Tom Holland advises viewers to skip the trailer if they haven’t yet seen Endgame. If you’ve seen the trailer, be sure to give our trailer breakdown a look.

For lots more on Endgame, check out GameSpot’s Avenger: Endgame hub. The movie may have paved the way for the X-Men to join the MCU, although Far From Home’s trailer suggests another possibility. Whether that happens remains to be seen, but Disney’s acquisition of 21st Century Fox means the X-Men and co. in the MCU is something we could see one day.