Marvel Studios' "The Avengers" opened to $18.7 Million in midnight screenings across North America, displacing "The Dark Knight" as the record holder for the largest-ever midnight opening for a super hero film.
Surprising no one, Joss Whedon's Avengers: Age of Ultron dominated the box office this weekend, raking in $187.7 million. That makes it the second-highest opening of all time, only behind Whedon's first Marvel entry, the original Av...
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Superhero action film “The Avengers” grossed $18.7 million from midnight Thursday screenings in North America, according to early studio estimates, putting it on track to post enormous numbers.
Early projects place director Christopher Nolan's "The Dark Knight Rises" on a course to open in North America only slightly behind "The Avengers," which raked in a record-shattering $207.4 million in its first weekend.