Industry insiders are expecting Avengers: Infinity War to follow up its record-breaking opening weekend with yet another huge weekend at the domestic box office.

The latest Marvel movie is projected to bring in between $100 and $130 million in its second weekend. Black Panther, another hugely popular film from the MCU, hit $111.7 million in its second weekend, which Avengers: Infinity War is widely expected to surpass.

While the all-star film has also tied Star Wars: The Force Awakens as the fastest film to cross $300 million, by earning $305.9 million in North America after just seven days, the Star Wars flick still holds the record for the biggest domestic second weekend ever with a staggering $149.2 million in 2015.

Some experts claim they would not be surprised to see Marvel break that record too, although that would take a truly gigantic second weekend at the box office.

Is Avengers: Infinity War Marvel’s biggest movie ever? Let us know your thoughts in the comments.

In other news, Ice Cube and Mike Epps give us a first look at the upcoming ‘Friday’ movie. Check it out here.

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