'Avengers: Endgame' Has Already Made RM10 Million In The Malaysian Box Office
The movie finally opens today, 24 April, across cinemas nationwide.
With the frenzy that ensued after tickets for Avengers: Endgame went on sale earlier this month, it seems that Malaysian fans had broken the record for highest advance ticket sales in the country
According to Marvel Malaysia, the highly-anticipated conclusion to the Infinity Saga has made more than RM10 million in the local box office since pre-sales began on 2 April
As such, the Marvel Cinematic Universe's (MCU) 22nd film is primed to beat its predecessor Avengers: Infinity War, which made RM71.5 million, as the highest-grossing movie in Malaysia.
Ahead of the movie's release today, 24 April, the Avengers also made it to Malaysia's Book of Records when their iconic symbols lit up KL's city skyline in a 300-drone lights show
Avengers: Endgame is now playing in cinemas nationwide. If you're not watching it over the next few days, you might want to install this extension to avoid spoilers:
This feature may have been written for last year's Infinity War, but it definitely still applies to those of you who've seen Endgame:
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