Indian man dies while watching 'Avengers: Infinity War'

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Infinity War becomes the 34th movie to cross $1 billion at the global box office, not accounting for inflation.

There was little new competition this weekend in the blockbuster space, although there were a handful of other options, like "Overboard", which came in a very distant second to "Avengers", but still made a notable splash for a film its size. This incident took place at Cinehub Multiplex theatre in Proddatur town in Andhra Pradesh's Kadapa district, where he worked in construction. A big showing in China could help propel Avengers: Infinity War towards the $2 billion mark, a feat only three movies in history have ever passed, Star Wars: The Force Awakens ($2.068 billion), Titanic ($2.187 billion) and Avatar ($2.788 billion).

A 43-year-old man died while watching "Avengers: Infinity War" in Indian state Andhra Pradesh's Kadapa district, Indian media reported.

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MGM and Lionsgate's Pantelion Movies' gender-swapped remake of Garry Marshall's 1987 humor, "over board" watched the highest-grossing opening weekend for Pantelion Movies with a better-than-expected $14.8 million from 1,623 theaters.

3rd place went to "A Silent Place", which has grossed $159.9 million in 5 months at theaters, along with fourth largest place to "I Feel Pretty", now up to $37.8 million in weekend. With a domestic total of $450.8 million, Infinity War is also the second-fastest release to cross the $400 million mark, also behind only The Force Awakens. The film should have an easy path to the number two spot at the weekend box office, but it probably won't have a prayer of beating out AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR.

And "Tully", starring Charlize Theron, launched on 1,353 screens with $3.2 million.