‘Avengers: Infinity War’ Box Office Daily Updates

After a record breaking opening weekend, Disney’s Avengers: Infinity War just keeps on adding to its records. Check back here daily for updates.


Thursday Update:

Infinity War‘s $16.9 million Wednesday is the 12th highest highest non-opening Wednesday of all time, or the 20th highest when adjusted for ticket price inflation.

Dozens of the films above it on the all time Wednesday ranking also opened on a Wednesday, giving those titles a huge boost and rendering those comparisons somewhat unfair.

The film’s six day total is $322.8 million, which is the second highest in both pure dollars and adjusted for ticket price inflation, behind only Star Wars: The Force Awakens.


Wednesday Update:

Infinity War earned $23.4 million on Tuesday. That’s the 7th highest Tuesday of all time, or the 10th highest Tuesday ever when adjusted for ticket price inflation.

Two of the films above it on the all time Tuesday rankings — The Amazing Spider-Man and Transformers — opened on a Tuesday, though, giving those titles a huge boost.

Infinity War‘s five-day total of $305.8 million is the 2nd highest ever behind only Star Wars: The Force Awakens, whether in pure dollars or adjusted.


Tuesday Update:

The film posted the 10th highest Monday of all time at $27.4 million. That’s the the 19th highest Monday ever when adjusted for ticket price inflation.

If that sounds like a noticeably lower rank than for its record breaking opening weekend, remember that Infinity War did not have the benefit of a Monday holiday. Almost every other film above it on the all-time Monday rankings did have such a holiday, such as July 4, Memorial Day, Presidents Day, or Christmas week.

With that in mind, Infinity War posted the 4th-highest non-holiday Monday ever, behind Star Wars: The Force Awakens, The Dark Knight, and Jurassic World.

Through Monday, Infinity War has earned a $282.4 million total domestically. That’s the 2nd-highest four day total of all time behind The Force Awakens, whether in pure dollars or adjusted.


Jesse Rifkin

4 Comments

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    takeshi May 01, 2018

    not 27.4m, but 24.7m

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    Peter May 02, 2018

    “Infinity War posted the 4th-highest non-holiday Monday ever, behind Star Wars: The Force Awakens, The Dark Knight, and Jurassic World.”

    And those movies benefited from kids being off school on their first Monday, which was not the case for Infinity War.

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      Ben May 02, 2018

      Ya and Force Awkaens was Christmas time but you can’t add too many qualifiers, that’s also why TFA has a higher four day total, if infinity war came out late June or July this would be a more apples to apples comparison

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    Gallger May 02, 2018

    There is always a “record” every year in boxoffice. This talk on “all time” record is all studio advertising lol. There’s always an asterisk.

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