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The juggernaut that is AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR continues, becoming the second fastest film in history to hit the $500 million mark, right behind STAR WARS: THE FORCE AWAKENS.

So as of this article, Avengers: Infinity War has earned for Disney and Marvel $487 million, with its estimated budget of $500-650 million including marketing the film has yet to turn a profit despite earning nearly $1.3 billion globally.

At the end of Avengers Infinity War, Thanos wiped out half the population of the universe leaving Rocket Raccoon (voice of Bradley Cooper) as the only member of the Guardians of the Galaxy to survive.

Walt Disney Co.'s latest super-hero film topped the box office for a third week in a row, even as some studios pitched mom-friendly offerings.

The senior actor recently happened to watch Avengers: Infinity War and he didn't shy away from sharing an unfiltered review on Twittter.

Generally speaking, studios take home 50 percent of domestic box office earnings (sometimes its more sometimes less, but for this example let's go with that basic number). "Infinity War" has now made $548 million in North America, which makes it the eighth biggest domestic release of all time.

Additionally, Breaking In opened in five worldwide markets this weekend with an estimated $1 million, including a fifth place finish in the United Kingdom with an estimated $609k.

The second weekend of Lionsgate and Pantelion's comedy "Overboard" landed in fourth with $10 million, while the sixth weekend of Paramount's "A Quiet Place" secured No. 5 with $6.3 million. The movie now sits at $1.606 billion worldwide and $547.8 million domestic. According to Deadline, Thanos' mad quest for power has brought in big numbers in markets such as China and India.

Back in the states, the film took the top spot at the box office once again nabbing an estimated $61.8 million.

The superhero blockbuster overpowered newcomers like the Melissa McCarthy comedy "Life of the Party" and the Gabrielle Union thriller "Breaking In", both of which were strategically timed to debut on Mother's Day weekend. This must have definitely gone OTT over the superstar, having not watched any of the previous movies, we assume.

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