Transcript for 'Avengers: Endgame' reaches $2 billion globally in less than two weeks
We missed you. Especially missed "Pop news." You called me several types for updates so here you go. Good morning, everybody. We begin with "Avengers: Endgame," have to tell you the juggernaut continues. 11 days into this, the superhero blockbuster has raked in almost $2.2 billion. Guys, it is record breaking. It breaks the 21-year record held by James Cameron's "Titanic." It also makes "Endgame" the second highest grossing movie of all time behind only "Avatar" and it does look like it could top their record of 2.78 billion. It took "Avatar" 47 days to reach the $2 billion mark. Not end ebd. It did it in less than two weeks. So here we go on that. Did everybody see it? Of course you did. Somebody saw it. Congratulations to the marvel world. Also in "Pop news" this morning, you know, robin, what tonight is. This is great being this close to you. So anyway, tonight is the super bowl of fashion, it kicks off for many of the stars attending in just a few hours. We're talking, of course, about the met gala. The one and only taking place tonight here in New York City. The ultimate fashion event. Stars teaming up with top designers to create showstopping looks. You remember last Yerry Anna. There she is. The religion themed gala wearing a papal look. This year should be more over the top, the theme this year is camp as in zany, not summer camp so apparently lots of feathers, way, way, way over the top. Anna wintour is hosting, of course, joining her this year as co-host Serena Williams, Harry styles. Nice? And lady gaga, three very fashionable folks and they were all spotted last night at a pregala dinner. Looks like gaga is already ready for the red carpet. Take a look at this. She holds camp. She's right at home in that. The met gala is invite only. Fund-raising event. Anna will not tell us who makes the coveted list but we will because I will be there. Very excited. What are you wearing? Something very campy. Oh, it's got a girl scout theme. And finally, everybody, that was like my dream. Good news of the boss. He's making us think "Glory days". In a conversation on Sunday, spring seen said after a writer's block that lasted him seven years he could not think of anything for the E street band. Out of the blue he was able to write almost an entire album's worth for him and the boys. He did it during the month of April, just this past April. He told scorsese he is sure the band will tour again. No word on when that might happen but he is assuring everyone it will. Meanwhile he has a solo album coming out very soon called "Western stars" set to drop June 14th so the boss is back.
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