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‘Avengers: Endgame’ Breaks the Internet and Every Major Box Office Record (The MovieBabble Podcast Ep. 16)

No surprises here, Avengers: Endgame seizes the highest domestic opening and worldwide opening of all time. Racing past $1.2 billion in just five days, the Avengers are once again unstoppable.

In addition to taking the number 1 spot, Disney also seized the #2 with Captain Marvel‘s bump up in the top five. The Curse of La Llorona and Breakthrough also return to the top five for their second consecutive week at the #3 and #4 spots respectively. And last but not least, Shazam! helps superheros round out the top five at this weekend’s box office.

After taking a week off, The MovieBabble Podcast is back with Nick, Brennan, and I as we discuss all things Avengers. What parts of the movie did we love? What parts do we think didn’t work? Listen on to find out, but be warned, SPOILERS are abundant.

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Listen to the last few episodes of The MovieBabble Podcast:

Episode 15: Hellboy Fails to Bring the Heat

Episode 14: Shazam! Laughs Its Way to the Bank

Episode 13: How High Can Dumbo Fly?

Episode 12: Us Cuts Up the Competition

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Episode 11: Wonder Park Fails to Bring Much Wonder to Audiences

 

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4 Responses

  1. Olaf Lesniak says:

    Friends is owned by Time Warner, not Comcast. Not that it matters because WarnerMedia is another new streaming service AT&T/Warner Bros. is going to put out.

  2. I didn’t like the movie that much to be honest. The way they did Tbor made me mad.

  3. Kali Tuttle says:

    I’m glad I wasn’t the only one weirded out by Professor Hulk. I understand it’s a comic book thing, but I really don’t think it translated well to screen.

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