‘AVENGERS’ Headed for $1BILLION Weekend! Fans brutally beat man outside theater after revealed ending

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Box Office: ‘Avengers: Endgame’ Targeting Record $340M-Plus U.S. Bow, $1B Globally

To say Disney and Marvel’s Avengers: Endgame is making history in its box office debut is an understatement.

The superhero tentpole grossed $156.7 million on Friday in North America, putting it on course for a stunning domestic debut of $340 million-plus and a global launch of $1 billion. All are records, despite Endgame‘s lengthy running time of three hours.

The results overseas are no less astonishing. Avengers: Endgame, which began rolling out Wednesday, including in China, finished Friday with a three-day foreign tally of $487 million. That’s already the biggest international opening of all time, eclipsing The Fate of the Furious ($443 million).

The Russo brothers shot Endgame back-to-back with last year’s Avengers: Infinity War, the previous record-holder for biggest global opening ($640.5 million) and biggest domestic debut ($257.6 million), not adjusted for inflation. Endgame has the advantage of opening day and date in China, unlike Infinity War.

Avengers fans brutally beat man outside cinema after he ‘loudly revealed the surprise ending to blockbuster Endgame movie’

  • Man was reportedly left bloodied outside a cinema in Causeway Bay, Hong Kong 
  • After watching the final Avengers film he shouted spoilers at other cinemagoers 
  • Directors tweeted an open letter to fans pleading with them to keep plot secret 


A man has reportedly been beaten up outside a cinema after loudly revealing the plot of the new Avengers film to queuing fans who hadn’t yet seen it.

According to Taiwanese media, the man was left bloodied outside a cinema in Causeway Bay, Hong Kong, after watching Avengers: Endgame.

A photo of the man has circulated online, according to AsiaOne, and shows him sitting down on a blood-spattered pavement.


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