‘Avengers: Age Of Ultron’ Clears $225 Million Domestically In Six Days

Disney reports that Avengers: Age of Ultron tacked on another $9.41 million on Wednesday, representing an expected 28 percent drop from Tuesday. That gives the blockbuster Marvel sequel a six-day domestic tally of $227.04 million, 11 percent ahead of the pace of Iron Man 3 and 12 percent behind the first Avengers.

In second place, The Age of Adaline eased 30 percent from last Wednesday to $0.61 million yesterday. The romantic drama has earned $25.3 million through 13 days of release.

Furious 7 held third place again with a 52 percent drop from last week to $0.48 million on Wednesday. The film has now reached a remarkable $332.65 million in domestic earnings.

In fourth place, Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2 posted $0.315 million yesterday for a 39 percent week-to-week decline. The Kevin James sequel has tallied $52.6 million to-date.

Filling out the top five, indie sci-fi hit Ex Machina brought in $0.33 million as it eased 24 percent from the same day last week. A24’s well-reviewed sleeper has banked $11.9 million thus far.