Avengers: Endgame gave Disney almost $900 million dollars in net profit


While Disney failed to close the “Saga Skywalker” of Star Wars with accounts fully favorable to their ambitions, during the past year the House of Mickey Mouse actually managed to finish one stage of another of their franchises with impressive numbers.

According to Deadline, Disney obtained $890 million in net earnings thanks to the good reception of Avengers: Endgame.

Of course this is a high figure for profits was driven by the fundraising world of the film which raised her to the top of the tape box-office hits of all time without inflation adjustments.

After all, according to that report, as Avengers: Endgame recaudó $1.2 billion dollars during its first weekend in theaters, just with that figure managed to cover the costs of production and marketing that Disney had paid $511 million dollars.

From then on, the conglomerate has only continued to gain money with the final fight of the Avengers against Thanos, and as the film grossed $614.3 million dollars in China, Disney ended up recovering 25% of that total. That is to say $153.5 million of dollars by their good performance on the undercard of the asian giant.

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Avengers: Endgame ended up winning $2.797 billion dollars worldwide, and according to Deadline, after that the company also saw an estimated $1.18 billion of dollars andn leases and theatre $1.789 million dollars for concept launches, homey and TV broadcasts.

Thus, although what the study achieved thanks to the merchandising the movie is still not revealed, the net gain on Endgame ended up being $890 million dollars. A 78% more than what it got Avengers: Infinity War.

Evidently these good figures also impact the earnings of the actors thanks to the type of contracts you sign in order to participate in these films, and in particular Robert Downey Jr said goodbye to Tony Stark throwing the pocket $75 million dollars.

With that profit margin it is not surprising that in the future Disney will want to continue premiering films and series, framed in the universe of Marvel Studios, although by now the development of all these projects is on pause for the coronavirus.