Which Zoe Saldana movie will end the summer as # 1: Avengers: Endgame or Avatar ?
I know some of you are not interested. Feel free to move. Personally, I will not benefit from it, whatever happens, but I find that Endgame Vs. Avatar Box-office battle interesting – and not only because I was already adopted as a saying Yes, Avengers: Endgame will still beat Avatar … someday. That could actually happen at the end of the summer.
Avengers: Endgame will release a small re-release this Friday, June 28th, even if it's difficult to see as a reissue if It still plays in the theaters. From 21 to 23 June at the domestic box office a further 1,895,000 US dollars were taken. This puts it in 13th place in the box office results, so although it is slipping down, it has not quite disappeared yet.
Consider global revenue when it comes to surpassing the total of Avatar . On the domestic side, Avengers: Endgame has already passed Avatar but there is no chance to beat the American Champion Star Wars: The Force Awakens . From Sunday afternoon, June 23 – if foreign weekend numbers may not appear for the Endgame but are not that big anyway – here are the stats per box office Mojo:
Domestic: 834,503,966 US Dollars
Foreign: 1,915.1 million US dollars
Domestic: 760,507,625  According to these figures needed Avengers: Endgame 38,361,121 USD to pass the grand total of Avatar . This number should drop slowly during the week as we approach Friday's re-release as Avengers 4 still plays in many cinemas.
I do not want to argue again about inflation adjusted. There are many reasons for these arguments, and we have already talked about how impressive the run of Avatar 2009 was in Endgame . Nothing can stop James Cameron's movie from doing so.
Avengers: Endgame is intended to get this reissue as an impetus for Spider-Man: Far From Home as this film is directly bound to the end of Endgame (which now Tom brings Holland into trouble). Neither film really needs help making money, but Captain Marvel got a nice bump at the box office when Endgame came out, and Marvel Studios seems to be doing the same thing with films again ,
It may also help to defeat Avengers: Endgame Avatar .
Avengers: Endgame 's republication is not an extended cut or anything, but it will have a deleted scene in the end, plus a small tribute and "some surprises," as Marvel Studios boss Kevin Feige said , Avatar was released in December 2009, but it was expanded to cinema release in the summer of 2010 in 3D and IMAX 3D. This 12-week reissue of the Special Edition earned Avatar another $ 10.74 million in domestic box office and $ 22.46 million at the International Box Office, adding an additional $ 33.2 million Dollar equals. That was in 2010, so the ticket prices have changed.
If Avengers: Endgame can get a bit more than that, then it may demand around $ 38 million more from its own republication the new bragging rights. No balloons would fall from the ceiling or anything, but it would be cool for modern fans to be part of this cinematic moment in history. (Until Avatar 2 returns for the title.)