The numbers have spoken. Disney and Marvel’s “Avengers: Age Of Ultron” has become the fifth movie in history to surpass the $900 million mark in the international box office.
The four films who had also went beyond the mark are 2015’s “Furious 7” ($1.15B), 1997’s “Titanic” ($1.52B), 2009’s “Avatar” ($2B), and 2011’s “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2” ($960M).
Age of Ultron is still being played in 91 territories, according to Deadline. The film witnessed its top market in China, which provided $229.1M. Korea came second with $82.1M. Next two territories were the UK, Mexico and Brazil.
In China, the second Avengers movie is now considered the third highest-grossing movie of all time. Last week, “Stand By Me Doreamon,” Japan’s first movie to be imported into China in 3 years, gathered a tremendous $38.7 million during its first four days, pushing Age of Ultron in second place on the weekly box office.
The third and fourth Avengers movies are all set to be released on May 2018 and May 2019, respectively.