‘Avengers: Age of Ultron’ Breaks Box Office Records In China; Earns $210 Million In Two Weeks
This year’s most successful superhero blockbuster “Avengers: Age of Ultron” that had been making waves for its performance all around the world just registered another win to their credit. The movie is now officially the fourth highest grossing film in China.
According to Variety, “Avengers: Age of Ultron” has been ruling the box-office in China for two straight weeks. It has also amassed more than $210 million in the box office. It came as no surprise that the film became the fourth highest grossing film and all of this has been possible because of the powerful performances that the movie has. Be it Robert Downey Jr.’s Iron Man or Chris Evans’s portrayal of Captain America everyone’s performance has been quite impressive in their own way. This weekend’s collection of the movie proves why the movie continues to score big at the box office.
The movie took in $45.8 million pushing the worldwide gross to nearly $1.3 billion and thus surging ahead of other competitors. Speaking of other movies, “Mad Max: Fury Road” took in $38.2 million in the second weekend and taking the George Miller’s directorial to a worldwide gross of $212 million. It was also reported that given the kind of money that was spent on promotional activities and distribution, there’s still time before the movie becomes profitable.
Third and fourth place are currently being occupied by George Clooney starrer “Tomorrowland” and “Pitch Perfect 2” with the former movie collecting $26.7 Million and the latter collecting $15.2 Million. However, “Pitch Perfect 2” has now collected $187.1 Million worldwide thus surpassing it’s own prequel and “Tomorrowland” has yet to show some miraculous performance at the box office overseas and in domestic waters.
“Spy” was the final entrant and has opened in various Asian countries and Australia with a good head start by collecting $12.5 Million from four markets and is yet to release in the US, which it will on June 5th.
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