It took a prickly crew of superheroes to topple the record for the biggest domestic box-office opening of all-time. Marvel's The Avengers, uniting Iron Man, Thor, Captain America, The Hulk, and more, raked in $200.3 million in North America, clobbering the previous opening weekend record set by Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 last year. A look at how that historic haul breaks down: $200.
“The Avengers” has scored the biggest domestic opening weekend debut in box-office history, hauling in $200.3 million, according to Walt Disney Co., the company that distributed the The Marvel Studios film. A look inside the numbers... Read Post
Joss Whedon's superhero epic The Avengers smashed into the top spot at the box office with $200.3 million, breaking the record for biggest opening weekend of all time. The hotly anticipated action flick took down the previous record... Read Post