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Avengers: Endgame Passes Avatar At Domestic Box Office

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Adrian Cunningham | 21 May, 2019, 15:38

According to box office estimates and Disney, Endgame will take in $29.4 million domestically - as in the United States and Canada - at the end of its fourth weekend for a total of $770.8 million in domestic ticket sales.

Forbes reports that Endgame's 54% drop from weekend to weekend is slightly higher than Avengers: Infinity War (52%) and Captain America: Civil War (53%).

In its second weekend, "Pokémon Detective Pikachu" also continued to do well, placing third with $24.8 million. The movie opened to a whopping $357 million at the domestic box office.

The Keanu Reeves three-quel takes the top spot at the box office with an estimated $57 million in ticket sales across 3,850 theaters. Domestically, where the film has grossed $711 million, it's now second only to "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" ($937 million) and globally, with $2.6 billion, it's still second to "Avatar" ($2.8 billion). Wick seems to have escaped the dismal fate of many third-chapter films with a strong box office, and beating the summer's biggest blockbuster on its opening is another feather in its cap. Adding this to the overall collection, Avengers: Endgame records a box office collections of $771 million at the domestic box office.

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After three straight weeks at No. 1, Avengers: Endgame has finally been dethroned at the box office. Endgame is well on its way to taking the all-time worldwide title from Avatar, but it's not there yet. Audiences were more enthusiastic than critics, giving "A Dog's Journey" an A CinemaScore compared to its 49% on Rotten Tomatoes.

This weekend's final new wide release, "The Sun Is Also a Star", collapsed with a disappointing $2.6 million bow from 2,073 theaters. It got a poor B- CinemaScore. Although modestly budgeted at a reported $9 million, and featuring popular television actors such as "Riverdale's" Charles Melton and "grown-ish's" Yara Shahidi, the Warner Bros. -released film failed to connect even with the audiences who turned out, 75% of whom were women. But then again, Godzilla is coming the following weekend.

Ticket sales are have fallen around 10% behind previous year, according to Comscore.