Avengers: Endgame A movie about a series of beautiful superheroes sad and breaking the timeline, is now the most financially successful movie ever. It was a long journey, but we finally reached the final: and the winner of all time was really Mickey Mouse.
After a re-release in the cinema and months at the box office, Avengers: Endgame has officially earned 2.79 billion US dollars worldwide, making it the most lucrative cinema release of all time. (At least if you do not adapt to inflation, if so, it's 16, according to Box Office Mojo, but at least.)
This means that the movie is the culmination of a decade of Marvel Studios filmmaking and hype Avatar – a franchise that Disney now owns after acquiring Fox earlier this year – displacing $ 2,789 billion from its decade-long reign as the most successful film] Article preview thumbnail “/>
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This is obviously a huge business for Marvel – it's a tribute to the dominance of the cultural sphere , a memorial of what you can do with the resources of one of the biggest media monopolies you've ever encountered. It's also frankly a handy receipt that will get you over the top, Hall H at the Comic-Con, announcing that Angelina Jolie will be playing an obscure Jack Kirby character who is essentially the reef of other obscure characters Kirby has created to bring down for Marvel's comic rival DC Comics. It also seems to be a big deal for fans, for reasons that I do not quite understand, as many have excitedly reckoned that this happened for a while. Brand loyalty is a damn good drug, I suppose.
What this means is probably more Marvel movies, with as much money and talent as Disney can muster. It probably also means that James Cameron is working somewhere on one of several installments of Avatar today and feels just a little bit upset. Maybe you'll get her next time, James. For the time being, Avatar decided to be more diplomatic, and shared a message, including the bizarre images of Iron Man groped by the Pandoran fauna:
The suspicious timing of this special Endgame message released on the weekend of the San Diego Comic-Con (apart from the night of Marvel's Great Panel) was not Walt's only blockbuster Disney has recently celebrated.
Box Office Mojo reports that Jon Favreau's CG remake of the popular animated classic The Lion King hit a record $ 185 million on the opening weekend. The film sets the record for the best July prelude of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 2 – a film in a franchise that somehow Walt Disney has not yet acquired, but probably really enjoys it would have – on held since 2011.
What does that mean? Well, we can assume that Disney will continue its animated renaissance of the 90s with a ruthless abandonment of remakes. Aladdin and The Lion King came and went earlier this year, with the upcoming Mulan and the current casting The Little Mermaid already At the start were the way. How long does it take for the decidedly unpleasant idea of Pocahonta's remake to be announced?
We will have to wait and see. Anything is possible in the world of Mickey Mouse.
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