The next Marvel film will be the biggest blockbuster in Hollywood history, with a global audience expected to make about $2.7 billion, according to a new report.
The studio’s slate of movies includes Thor: Ragnarok, which will have a worldwide gross of $1.8 billion, the studio’s first ever opening.
That would make it the biggest opening in Hollywood since the opening of Avatar in 2009.
The previous record was set by Avatar in 2008 with a $1 billion opening, according the Hollywood Reporter.
The first Thor movie, titled Thor: The Dark World, will have an estimated $3.8 to $4 billion worldwide and a global total of $3 billion.
Thor: Winter Soldier will have about $4.5 billion, and Avengers: Age of Ultron will have around $4 trillion.
While Marvel has only made one Thor film, Thor: Ragnorak, in the past two decades, its superhero movies have generated an enormous amount of revenue.
According to the latest financial reports from the studio, Thor and The Avengers brought in $1,058 million in worldwide ticket sales, and Thor brought in about $1 million in ticket sales in China.
Thor brought $534 million in global box office revenue, and it brought in around $1 for every ticket sold in China, according TOG.
In fact, Thor is the only film that has brought in more than $1 in global ticket sales for each of the past five films.
Thor: Ragnarok opened on March 4 in Japan and will be released on May 3.
The film will make around $300 million in North America, but it will probably only be able to do $400 million domestically.
The sequel, Thor 3, will hit theaters in the fall of 2018.
That film is scheduled for a global gross of about $600 million.
The third Thor film will hit cinemas on November 2.
It will be directed by Joe Johnston, and stars Idris Elba, Tom Hiddleston, Chris Hemsworth, Anthony Hopkins, and Jeff Goldblum.
The movie is scheduled to gross around $400 to $500 million in China and around $500 to $600 m in Japan.
The fourth Thor film is set to hit theaters on May 8.
It stars Idina Menzel, Cate Blanchett, Tom Hardy, Chris Evans, Jeremy Renner, Benedict Cumberbatch, and Benedict Wong.
It is expected to gross about $400-500 million domestically and around 100 million worldwide.