Though it doesn’t open here until the end of the week, Avenger: Age of Ultron is already off to a good start in a few countries, making over $200 million in the first worldwide weekend.

The info comes from Box Office Mojo which is keeping close tabs on the movie.  With $201.2 million already in the can, my prediction that Avengers: Age of Ultron would make over $2 billion in its initial run, my happen sooner than later.  The second Avengers movie kicks off this weekend – opening in 4,200 theaters. How big of a release is that? Consider that The Dark Knight Rises has the widest release at 4,404 theaters, against 5,326 indoor movie theaters in the United States of America.

Will you be in theaters when Avengers: Age of Ultron opens this weekend?

via BoxOfficeMojo

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  1. Doctor Dinosaur
    April 26, 2015 at 12:13 pm — Reply

    I saw it on an IMAX.
    It was great.
    It felt like it was over in a blink of an eye, despite it lasting 140 minutes.

  2. April 26, 2015 at 1:00 pm — Reply

    Saw it on Friday. Lots of action, things breaking and stuff happening. It was over quickly, I need to see it again to say how good it really was.

  3. Rob
    April 27, 2015 at 5:07 pm — Reply

    Saw it today it certainly delivers on the RJHST [running jumping hit shooting throwing] the plot is prehaps stretched a little thin but it barrels along at such a clip you hardly notice.

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