Will 'Avengers: Infinity War' be most successful foreign movie ever?

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Today Marvel Studios' AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR has become the biggest superhero movie of all time within the United Kingdom and Ireland with an estimated total box office of £60M after its third weekend of release.

Infinity War opened Friday in China, its final foreign market.

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Outside the top five, and landing in the top ten for the 13th consecutive week, is Disney and Marvel's Black Panther.

At this point, box office analysts now expect Avengers: Infinity War to tap out at around $1.8 billion - just shy of that elusive $2 billion milestone that has so far remained exclusive to holiday films, such as Avatar, Titanic and Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Life of the Party will take in about $18.5 million at 3,656 domestic theaters. However, if you are one of those who sat through Avengers: Infinity War without watching the previous films in the franchise and was not able to wrap your head around what exactly was happening, do not think you are the only one.

The success of "Infinity War" in China is a reminder of the importance of the world's fastest-growing market to Hollywood. Once again, McCarthy is struggling to open a movie near $20 million on her own.

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It is the 21st movie in Korean cinema to sell 10 million or more tickets, and the fifth foreign movie to do so. It made $281.3 million this weekend from 55 worldwide markets, including a massive $200 million launch in China.

Universal's Breaking In finished in third position with an estimated $16.5 million.

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Among holdovers, MGM and Pantelion Films' remake Overboard placed No. 4 in its second outing with $10.1 million after declining a narrow 31 percent.