‘The Avengers’ Smashes Box Office Records, Guarantees Sequel

by Kristina • 1 Comment »Movies, The Avengers

After shattering box office records and debuting with the highest opening weekend gross ($207 million in the U.S. alone), The Avengers has been given the “go” for a sequel. This, according to Disney CEO, Bob Iger.

It’s probably a no-brainer, but a sequel to The Avengers was made official Tuesday by Disney CEO Bob Iger, who made the announcement during a conference call with analysts to discuss quarterly earnings.

Repeating previous announcements made by Marvel Studios, Iger said a third Iron Man and a second Thor are scheduled for 2013 and a sequel to Captain America: The First Avenger is in the works for 2014. He gave no timeline for an Avengers sequel.

Iger boasted that Avengers “shattered domestic box-office records with a $207.1 million opening weekend for a global performance of more than $702 million to date.”

The CEO also said that there are Avengers-based attractions in the works for some of Disney’s theme parks.


One Response to “‘The Avengers’ Smashes Box Office Records, Guarantees Sequel”

  1. ¡I cant wait to see all that movies! OMG :D I’m so excited.
    I’m From Mexico btw.
    And i rlly love all that movies.
    Hulk, Thor, Ironman 1 & 2 and Capitan America.. And now Avengers..!!!!!
    My life can be complete when i see all that movies!!!

    Thnx for the master pieces!


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