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Marvel’s Avengers: Age of Ultron has climbed past Harry Potter and the Death Hallows - Part 2 for fifth place all-time at the worldwide box office.

The Avengers sequel has now grossed $1.348B ($910.2M overseas and $438.015M domestic), which bests the final Harry Potter film’s worldwide gross of $1.341B.

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It now trails Furious 7, which is 4th best with $1.510B. That’s only $8.6M shy of The Avengers, which is in third place all-time.

Avengers: Age of Ultron is still playing in 91 territories, so there is still an outside shot it could creep up on both of them. Eh, maybe I’m being too optimistic.

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Who hasn’t wanted to change a highly anticipated film’s disappointing ending? Fortunately, the gang at How it Should Have Ended make it their business to provide a great way for disgruntled film fans to vent via laughter. The creators of the web-series are pros at spotting flaws in films, using animation to poke fun at both plot holes and unsatisfying endings.

Now, with The Avengers: Age of Ultron having debuted a month ago, and the film’s finale long since revealed, How it Should Have Ended is now doing what it does best: humorously lambasting the film’s ending in a newly released video.

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In it, the animators primarily poke fun at Ultron, the villain of the film, by exploring his potential to penetrate the internet and the ensuing chaos that would’ve undoubtedly resulted (if only he’d thought to exploit the near limitless possibilities of those powers). To humorous effect, Ultron manipulates the internet, forcibly crashing cars and planes, messing with Tony Stark’s bank accounts and Iron Man suit, before finally (gasp!) taking away The Avengers’ access to cable.

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This How The Avengers: Age of Ultron Should Have Ended video concludes with the promise of a part two, which should provide plenty of chuckles to Avengers fans and critics alike. But what aspects of Age of Ultron might the animators pull apart next?

The parody-reviewers could jump on Whedon’s decision to change Ultron’s origin story, which was done (in part) because Ant-Man‘s origin story had yet to be told in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. With Ant-Man scheduled for a July 2015 release, How It Should Have Ended is presented with a timely opportunity to bring a disgruntled Ant-Man into the comical fray to weigh in being excluded from Ultron’s origin story.

They could also make fun of the romance between Black Widow and The Hulk, as well as Black Widow’s depiction overall, which have been major points of contention for some fans. There are those who even think that the film is a bit sexist in this regard. Whether these things will be made fun of or not, we’ll have to wait for part two to find out.

What say you, Screen Rant readers? Did you enjoy this How It Should’ve Ended video? Drop us a line in the comments.

Dwayne Johnson’s San Andreas continued to rock the box office for Warner Bros. /Time Warner Inc. on its second weekend, earning $26.4 million to bring its domestic cume up to $99.066m. Yes, it dropped 52% from last weekend, but that’s not a surprise considering the surprisingly robust $54m debut weekend, and it’s a halfway decent hold on a crowded weekend. Dwayne Johnson’s $100m earthquake adventure has earned $51m thus far in China alone and earned $97m overseas this weekend in 68 markets, giving it a $188m overseas total and robust $287m worldwide cume. It will soon pass the $103m domestic and $330m worldwide cume of Journey 2: The Mysterious Island to become Johnson’s biggest by-himself hit ever. While I have no inside information pertaining to this, I have to imagine that director Brad Peyton, who directed The Rock in Journey 2 and an eventual Journey 3) is now in the running to direct Shazam if he wants it. From the director of Cats and Dogs 2: The Revenge of Kitty Galore…!

Pitch Perfect 2 earned another $7.7 million for Universal/Comcast Corp. on its third weekend (-48%) to bring its cume to $161m. The Anna Kendrick/Rebel Wilson musical is now the third-biggest domestic musical hit ever behind Chicago ($170m) and Grease ($188m). That’s not adjusted for inflation, but we’ll cross that bridge if-and-when. Oh, and Elizabeth Banks’s $29m comedy just crossed $250m worldwide. Walt Disney’s Tomorrowland lost 960 theaters in its third weekend. The $190m Brad Bird fantasy adventure earned $7.02m on its third weekend (-51%) to bring its cume to $77.5m. The Britt Robertson/George Clooney/Raffey Cassidy (who along with Robertson really should get more high-profile work off of this one) sci-fi thriller has earned $169.7m worldwide thus far.

Mad Max: Fury Road earned another $7.9 million (-44%) on its fourth weekend, bringing its domestic cume to $130.8m even while losing 535 screens. The George Miller action spectacular crossed $300m worldwide on Saturday. Next week comes the real challenge in the form of Jurassic World. Avengers: Age of Ultron lost 757 theaters but earned another $6.2m (-32%) to bring its cume to $438m. The Marvel sequel has earned $1.3482b worldwide, displacing Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows part II to become the fifth-biggest global grosser ever. Whether or not it passes Furious 7 and The Avengers is a matter of how well it does in Japan next month. By the way, the copious new releases (three wide and one semi-wide) are responsible for the screen losses all around, with no weekend this crowded until mid-July from here-on-out.

Cameron Crowe’s controversial and disliked Aloha took a hard tumble in its second Friday, dropping 66% and earning just $3.3 million. All due respect, that’s a terrible drop for an adult-skewing comedy/drama, and it’s clear that older moviegoers won’t be saving the Bradley Cooper/Emma Stone rom-com. It has earned around $16m in ten days. Hang in there Sony, it’s just seven weeks until Pixels. 20th Century Fox’s Poltergeist lost a whopping 1013 screens in weekend three, and I’d like to think every single one of them went to Insidious: Chapter 3. Anyway, the film tumbled 70% for its third weekend, earning around $2.8m for the weekend (-66%) for a $44.4m 17-day cume. Hot Pursuit earned another $437k (-62%) to bring the Reese Witherspoon/Sofia Vergara comedy’s domestic cume to $33.37m. Finally, Furious 7 earned $426k for the weekend to bring its domestic total to $350m (just shy of the $350.06m total for American Sniper) and $1.51b worldwide (just $8.5m short of The Avengers‘s $1.5185b worldwide cume). The former is in reach, but the latter may not be.


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