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Friday Update: Avengers: Infinity War added $6.8 million domestically and $17.4 million internationally on Thursday. Respective totals now stand at $485.9 million and $789.3 million for an overall global cume of $1.275 billion.


Infinity War passed Beauty and the Beast ($1.264 billion) for #12 on the all-time global chart yesterday. Notably, the film also passed The Jungle Book as the highest grossing western film of all-time in India.


While official estimates are not yet available from Disney, the film is poised for a massive debut in China this weekend.


International Breakdown:





Country
Cume to Date
Thursday, May 10 Gross






Korea
$77.5M
$0.9M


UK
$74.9M
$1.1M


Mexico
$51.5M
$0.7M


Brazil
$49.8M
$1.0M


India
$39.2M
$0.8M


Australia
$37.1M
$0.4M


France
$36.5M
$1.7M


Germany
$32.5M
$2.0M


Japan
$25.5M
$0.4M


Russia
$23.7M
$1.1M


Indonesia
$23.3M
$0.8M


Philippines
$20.9M
$0.2M


Italy
$19.9M
$0.2M


Spain
$19.8M
$0.1M


Taiwan
$17.9M
$0.2M


Hong Kong
$17.1M
$0.2M


Thailand
$16.6M
$0.2M


Other
$205.4M
$5.5M


Total
$789.3M
$17.4M



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Thursday Update: Avengers: Infinity War grossed $7 million domestically and $17.1 million internationally on Wednesday, according to estimates provided by Disney.


The MCU entry’s totals now stand at $479.1 million domestically (surpassing Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace to become the 12th highest-grossing film of all time in North America) and $771.9 million internationally, bringing its worldwide cume to $1.251 billion.


In advance of Infinity War‘s opening in China tomorrow, Wednesday’s totals vaulted it to No. 17 on the all-time list of highest-grossing international releases (surpassing Transformers: Dark of the Moon, Despicable Me 3, and the live-action Beauty and the Beast) and No. 13 on the all-time list of global releases (surpassing Fate of the Furious).


– Chris Eggertsen


International Breakdown:





Country
Cume to Date
Wednesday, May 9 Gross






Korea
$76.7M
$1.0M


UK
$73.8M
$1.4M


Mexico
$50.8M
$0.7M


Brazil
$48.8M
$1.5M


India
$38.4M
$0.7M


Australia
$36.7M
$0.5M


France
$34.8M
$1.1M


Germany
$30.6M
$1.0M


Japan
$25.1M
$0.6M


Indonesia
$22.5M
$0.5M


Russia
$22.7M
$1.4M


Philippines
$20.7M
$0.2M


Italy
$19.7M
$0.2M


Spain
$19.9M
$0.9M


Taiwan
$17.6M
$0.3M


Hong Kong
$16.9M
$0.3M


Thailand
$16.4M
$0.3M


Other
$199.8M
$4.7M


Total
$771.9M
$17.1M



Wednesday Update: Disney reports this morning that Avengers: Infinity War added $10.6 million domestically and $17.3 million internationally to its box office haul on Tuesday.


That brings the respective cumes to $472.0 million (remaining at #13 behind The Phantom Menace‘s $474.5 million) and $754.9 million, the latter of which puts Infinity War in the top 20 international grosses of all-time as it surpassed Captain America: Civil War ($745 million) and The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King ($742 million). All this before the pic’s China release on May 11.


Globally, Infinity War has amassed $1.2269 billion thus far and eclipses Iron Man ($1.215 billion) at #14 on the all-time chart.


The studio also reports that the film is now officially the highest grossing MCU release ever in the United Kingdom/Ireland with $72.5 million to date.


International territories break down as follows:





Country
Cume to Date
Tuesday, May 8 Gross






Korea
$75.7M
$1.0M


UK
$72.5M
$1.4M


Mexico
$50.1M
$0.8M


Brazil
$47.4M
$1.5M


India
$37.7M
$0.8M


Australia
$36.2M
$0.7M


France
$33.7M
$1.7M


Germany
$29.6M
$0.6M


Japan
$24.5M
$0.5M


Indonesia
$22.0M
$0.4M


Russia
$21.3M
$1.6M


Philippines
$20.5M
$0.3M


Italy
$19.5M
$0.3M


Spain
$19.0M
$0.7M


Taiwan
$17.4M
$0.3M


Hong Kong
$16.6M
$0.3M


Thailand
$16.2M
$0.2M


Other
$195.1M
$4.3M


Total
$754.9M
$17.3M



The post ‘Avengers: Infinity War’ Reaches $1.275 Billion Globally on Thursday Ahead of China Debut appeared first on BoxOffice Pro.




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