Discussion in 'Geek Haven' started by The Koala Bear Jew, Apr 2, 2019.
@Leigh , @Lars @Kneeblock
Gonna go see it with a friend tomorrow who's withheld his new wife from seeing it as a sex weapon.
Should become #1 all time by the end of next week with the help of nerds like me.
It's still in theatres?!
Wait, his wife wants to see it but isn't allowed?
How do you stop someone from seeing a movie that's been in every theater imaginable?
Yeah, it was re-released with new footage a few weeks ago.
Hey, they kept Black Panther in theatres 6 months just to reach the 700k domestic mark.
Endgame hasn't been in for 3 but will probably end up close to 4; it's out of most theaters.
She doesn't speak good English, just stays home & attends; they're newlyweds(she's from Greece, OH DAT SKIN DOH)
They came over for fights & bbq & we got to talking. He wasn't interested in the MCU, she was dying to see it(about 2 mos. ago).
So we explained to him the difference between Marvel & MCU, and I convinced him it's something he HAS to do with his wife.
So I gave them the bout order and all my blu-rays leading up to it.
They finished them 2 days ago, so now we're t-minus 3 hours to go together.
Then bbq & fights again.
Box Office: 'Avengers: Endgame' Passes 'Avatar' to Become No. 1 Film of All Time
Marvel chief Kevin Feige and his team announced the milestone when taking the stage at Comic-Con late Saturday afternoon in San Diego.
“A huge congratulations to the Marvel Studios and Walt Disney Studios teams, and thank you to the fans around the world who lifted Avengers: Endgame to these historic heights," Disney Studios co-chairman and chief creative officer Alan Horn said in a statement.
Through Friday, Avengers: Endgame's global gross was $2,789.2 billion, $500,000 behind Avatar's $2,789.7 billion. The gap will be closed on Saturday or Sunday once weekend box office grosses are tallied (last weekend, Endgamebrought in $2.8 million globally).
At the end of last weekend, Endgametrailed Avatar by $7 million, at least on paper. In recent days, however, Disney found additional money when reconciling the movie's final global earnings, a process that occurs at the end of any film's run. That's in addition to $2 million or more from weekday ticket sales.
As fate would have it, Avatar is now part of the Mouse House empire following Disney's acquisition of much of 21st Century Fox in late March.
"Of course, even with the passage of a decade, the impact of James Cameron’s Avatar remains as powerful as ever, and the astonishing achievements of both of these films are ongoing proof of the power of movies to move people and bring them together in a shared experience," Horn continued in his statement. "The talented filmmakers behind these worlds have much more in store, and we look forward to the future of both the Marvel Cinematic Universe and Pandora.”
Avengers: Endgame has shattered numerous records since debuting in cinemas in late April.
Among other achievements, the superhero extravaganza scored the biggest global opening of all time with $1.22 billion, including an all-time high of $357.1 million domestically and $866.5 million overseas.
The film is the fourth outing in the blockbuster Avengers series and the 22nd film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
In late June, Avengers: Endgame was re-released in theaters with roughly six minutes of new footage in a bid to pass up Avatar.
Endgame's domestic total is currently $853.4 million and $1,935.8 billion internationally.
What new footage?
It's top secret
Meh, it's not like I'm going to the theaters to watch that waste of time again.
It’s an unfinished cgi scene of Hulk saving some kids I heard and a Stan lee tribute
I did t like the movie either
Ok, if you're gonna twist my arm...
There's a nice Stan Lee tribute, & a cut scene of professor Hulk saving people presumably before meeting in the cafe.
I guess they didn't think enough people were going to see Captain Marvel, lol.
Disney destroyed my two favourite fantasy series bruvs
I watched "Solo" a couple weeks ago. That was pretty kickass if you don't treat it like a Star Wars movie.
I didn’t like it
I forgot to mention there's also a spider man trailer in it which I don't think is in the other trailers.
Brie Larson sucks
Apparently her an md Tessa Thompson are pushing to be lesbian lovers on screen
That's the only action brie Larson is gonna get.
I take that back.
@Wild would hit anything binary.
I know when I saw Endgame it had a spiderman trailer. They called that "additional footage" too which is why I was inquiring.
That's not true.... Well Valkyrie is apparently Bi-sexual (there was a scene they filmed in Ragnarok that got cut of her getting out of bed with a naked girl next to her), but they haven't made or said that Captain Marvel is gay.... It's just the lesbians who want that to be a thing.... Because if you're strong and a woman, you ONLY can be gay LOL.
I bet that there will be a thing with Jane Foster Thor, that somehow there will be a scene with Valkyrie hitting on her..... But I can't see it being Captain Marvel because they won't mix the franchises
It’s like how two dudes can’t be best friends, they’re always homo lovers
Idk were I hear Brie was pushing for it. I send @conor mcgregor nut hugger a lot of videos of nerds ranting. He loves it.
Will the nerds ever realize that the vast majority of Internet rumors are just masterful troll jobs?
"It's interesting seeing the Avengers with Captain Marvel. I think that she dimensionalizes them in a really great way. Just from a pure power standpoint and what her abilities are. If you're talking about a collection of heroes, and you're gonna go face Thanos, who we believe still has the gauntlet. She is as powerful, if not more powerful than Thor, and you suddenly have hope again. Because they all know what happened at the end of the last movie, he walked through them like they were paper." - JOE RUSSO