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Chris Hemsworth is seen as Thor in Avengers: Endgame. The film on Saturday surpassed Avatar as the greatest film in history

Avengers: Endgame exceeds Avatar & # 39; s $ 2,788B record to become the very best movie of all time

  • Avengers: Endgame beat Avatar on the weekend, execs said on Saturday
  • Marvel chief Kevin Feige announced the milestone at Comic-Con in San Diego
  • Avengers was released in April but will remain in 1400 American theaters this weekend
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Avengers: Endgame has surpassed Avatar to become the best scoring film of all time, without adapting to inflation.

Marvel chief Kevin Feige and his team announced the milestone on Saturday afternoon at the Comic-Con in San Diego

The James Cameron Avatar set the record with a distance of $ 2,788 billion in 2009.

Chris Hemsworth is seen as Thor in Avengers: Endgame. The film on Saturday surpassed Avatar as the greatest film in history

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Chris Hemsworth is seen as Thor in Avengers: Endgame. The film on Saturday surpassed Avatar as the greatest film in history

Released in April, Avengers stayed at around 1,400 American theaters over the weekend.

The film was re-released in June with another six minutes of footage in an attempt to surpass the record of Avatar.

Adjusted for inflation, the most successful film of all time remains 1939's Gone With The Wind, which claimed the equivalent of about $ 3.5 billion in today's dollars.

On Friday, Avengers: endgame directors Joe and Anthony Russo, it would be a "big sensation" to pass the all-time box office record of "Avatar".

Joe Russo, left, and Anthony Russo participate in a conversation with the Russo Brothers on day two of Comic-Con International on Friday in San Diego

Joe Russo, left, and Anthony Russo participate in a conversation with the Russo Brothers on day two of Comic-Con International on Friday in San Diego

Joe Russo, left, and Anthony Russo participate in a conversation with the Russo Brothers on day two of Comic-Con International on Friday in San Diego

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"James Cameron has always been an idol of ours – he has nurtured our passion for filmmaking from the start and being so close to one of his great films is very special," said Anthony in San Diego Comic-Con, & # 39; the world's largest convention for pop culture.

"By the way, someone hasn't seen Endgame?" Joe Russo asked, while the 8,000 crowd laughed. "If not, then you must go now."

While Feige was on stage at Comic-Con, many expected him to announce plans for the next phase of Marvel films.

However, details about what exactly will happen and who can appear at this point are better monitored than one of the infinite stones from the series.

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