Updated May 9, 2019 at 3:24 p.m. Eastern: Avengers: Endgame came away with $22.1 million at the foreign box office on Wednesday, according to Forbes. That brings the foreign total to $1.65 billion - and the global (including North America) to $2.303b.
That $2.303b puts Endgame as the second-highest grossing movie at the global box office (unadjusted for inflation), behind only 2009's Avatar ($2.788b).
Updated May 3, 2019: Boxoffice.com reports Avengers: Endgame made an estimated $100 million at the foreign box office Thursday, upping its total to $1.3119 billion, #4 all-time in foreign box office.
With an estimated $474m domestic total through Thursday, that gives Endgame a new estimated global total of $1.7856b, #5 all-time in the combined category. It now just has Avengers: Infinity War ($2.0484b), Star Wars: The Force Awakens ($2.0682b), and James Cameron's super-duo of Titanic ($2.1875b) and Avatar ($2.7880b) in front of it heading into just its second weekend.
Like its domestic ceiling calculation, Endgame's global endgame is that it'll certainly wind up no less than #2 on the all-time chart, achieving that goal in a matter of days. But analysts are also cautious as to whether it can ultimately catch Avatar.
Updated May 2, 2019: Boxoffice.com reports Avengers: Endgame made an estimated $157.8 million at the foreign box office Wednesday, including $70.4m in China, upping its total to $1.2118 billion.
Add in an estimated $25.2m domestically Wednesday for a new $452.3m total, and you got $1.6641 billion globally, good for #6 on the all-time unadjusted-for-inflation global box office chart, passing The Avengers $1.5188b total.
Updated May 1, 2019: Boxoffice.com is pegging Avengers: Endgame Tuesday's overseas haul at $105.3 million, including $39.9m from China.
That would up the film's foreign total to an estimated $1.045 billion. Combined with its domestic take of $426.9m (after Disney's own slightly lower Tuesday estimate of $32.9m) and that gives Endgame an estimated $1.4809b worldwide through Tuesday, good for eighth place on the all-time unadjusted-for-inflation chart, passing of Avengers: Age of Ultron ($1.405b).
There are also reports that Endgame's China totals are in excess of $75m on Wednesday, May 1, the start of a four-day holiday in the country. So the remainder of the week's foreign totals may climb even higher.
Updated April 30, 2019: Avengers: Endgame made an estimated $82.2 million at the international box office Monday, including an estimated $18.6m in China, raising its foreign total to an estimated $948.7m. It will likely pass $1 billion when the final Tuesday figures are calculated.
The total includes a reported $387m in China through its first week, already passing the lifetime run of Avengers: Infinity War ($360m) and it will reportedly pass 2017's The Fate of the Furious ($393m) as China's all-time highest grossing import film Wednesday May 1, on its eighth day of release.
With an estimated $36.7m at the domestic box office Monday for a $393.9m total, Endgame's global total stands at an estimated $1.34 billion.
Updated April 27, 2019: Boxoffice.com is reporting Avengers: Endgame has earned $487m through Friday overseas, which already tops The Fate of the Furious' record overseas weekend debut of $443m set in 2017.
Endgame's $643.7m global total which includes the domestic figure $156.7m already breaks Avengers: Infinity War's global weekend debut record of $641m.
...with Saturday and Sunday still to go.
Updated April 26, 2019: Avengers: Endgame has earned an estimated $365 million at the global box office by the close of business Thursday, according to Box Office.
The Russo brothers' film took in $60m in North America on its Thursday preview night (which we wrote about in more detail here).
Internationally, Endgame grossed $136m on Thursday - for $305m overall from those markets.
Here's the box office breakdowns for the major markets: North America ($60m), China ($154.5m), UK ($15.3m), South Korea ($14.6m), Australia ($13.9m), Italy ($10.4m), Germany ($9.7m), France ($9.6m), Philippines ($7m), Brazil ($7m), Indonesia ($5.1m).
Updated April 25, 2019: Avengers: Endgame has grossed $169 million in opening days from 25 major international markets, according to BoxOfficePro.
China led the way with $107.5m - slightly higher than Disney's estimates from Wednesday (as seen below). Infinity War previously opened on a Friday in the Middle Kingdom.
Here's some selected Endgame openings, compared to 2018's Avengers: Infinity War first day openings in the same markets: South Korea with $8.4m ($6.5m); Australia, $7m ($6.7M); France, $6m ($3.9m), Italy, $5.8m ($3.9m); Philippines, $3.9m ($2.7m).
Additional foreign Endgame opening day receipts are Germany at $6.5m, Hong Kong with $2.7m, Taiwan at $2.6m, Indonesia with $2.5m, Thailand with $2.4m, and Malaysia with $2.0m.
Endgame reportedly opens in 21 additional markets on Thursday, including: Argentina, Brazil, Croatia, Czech Republic, Hungary, Israel, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Turkey, United Kingdom, Ukraine, Panama, Uruguay, Paraguay, Peru, Trinidad, Bolivia, Chile, and Columbia.
The film officially opens in North America on Friday, but preview screenings begin Thursday at 6pm local time. Endgame will reportedly be shown in over 4,662 screens domestically - including 3,900 3D locations, 410 IMAX screens, 785 Premium Large Format screens, and 250 immersive seating locations.
Original Story: Avengers: Endgame has already garnered a record-breaking $107.2 million at China's box office, according to early estimates from the Walt Disney Company (via The Hollywood Reporter). With Tuesday midnight screenings alone bringing in $28.2m in China, Endgame's day 1 Chinese total trumps the previous record-holder for biggest first day ever in China, Monster Hunt 2 with $85m.
Endgame reportedly accounted for 99% of all movie tickets sold in China on Wednesday, with "many top multiplexes" showing the film on all of their screens - some beginning at 15 and 30 minute intervals.
For reference, Avengers: Infinity War opened in China with $76m on day one, followed by a $191m opening weekend, and a $359.5m gross for the country.
According to the Hollywood trade, movie industry analysts are expecting Endgame to become the first North American film to break $500m in China ultimately. One of China's movie ticket sellers, Moayan, projects to take in $521m by the end of its run.
Internationally, Endgame was tracking for a $270m opening weekend - but THR says some sources predict it to exceed $300m.