THE latest Avengers movie series has smashed box office records, selling out out all nine theatres at Victoria Point Cineplex simultaneously on its opening day, Wednesday, April 24.
It was the first time in the 12-year history of the 2000-seat complex that all its cinemas had been sold out at the same time.
A full house of fans celebrated the end of an era for some of their favourite Marvel characters.
Avengers: Endgame did not have a midnight showing but held screenings from 8am, with fans queuing in the foyer well before.
More than 15,200 people watched the film at Victoria Point Cineplex between Wednesday and Sunday.
Thousands more went to screenings at Capalaba's Birch Carroll and Coyle, with staff working hard to deal with the onslaught of visitors.
On Monday, Endgame had amassed $1.7 billion in ticket sales worldwide and $44.34 million in Australia, blitzing opening weekend box office records previously held by Avengers: Infinity War.
It was the culmination of stories told across 22 movies in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, beginning with 2008's Iron Man.
It is the highest grossing franchise of all time.
With a runtime of more than three hours, Endgame wraps up the storylines of six of the original Avengers.
Many other Marvel characters will continue to hit the screen in future movies, including Spider-Man and Black Panther.
Spider-Man: Far From Home will be released later this year.
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