Between seeing Endgame and the Game of Thrones hour and 20 min battle scene episode last night, I might need a screen detox. At least from battle scenes! But…THAT WAS AWESOME!!  (Both!)

“Avengers: Endgame” probably had more hype than any other movie in HISTORY . . . and yet, it somehow still managed to EXCEED expectations.

Opening weekend projections for “Endgame” started at around $250 million last month and grew to $300 million over the past week or two . . . but it ended up raking in $350 MILLION in the U.S., and $1.2 BILLION worldwide.

That shatters the previous records of $257.7 million domestically, and $640.5 million globally, which were both were set by “Avengers: Infinity War” last year.

“Endgame” is the fastest movie to ever top $1 billion globally, doing it in just five days. It took “Infinity War” 11 days.

And “Endgame” ALREADY ranks as the 18th largest worldwide release ever . . . and the sixth largest worldwide release in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.  The 22 movies in the Marvel Cinematic Universe have now grossed over $19.8 billion worldwide, and NINE of them have topped $1 billion at the global box office.

Of course, there was no competition . . . because no other major movie wanted to share an opening weekend with “Endgame”. Smart.  Here’s your top 10.

1.  NEW:  “Avengers: Endgame”,  $350 million

2.  “Captain Marvel”,  $8.1 million.  Up to $413.6 million in its 8th week.

3.  “The Curse of La Llorona”, $7.5 million.  Up to $41.3 million in its 2nd week.

4.  “Breakthrough”, $6.3 million.  Up to $26.1 million in its 2nd week.

5.  “Shazam!”,  $5.5 million.  Up to $131.1 million in its 4th week.

6.  “Little”,  $3.4 million.  Up to $35.8 million in its 3rd week.

7.  “Dumbo”,  $3.2 million.  Up to $107 million in its 5th week.

8.  “Pet Sematary”,  $1.3 million.  Up to $52.6 million in its 4th week.

9.  “Us”,  $1.1 million.  Up to $172.8 million in its 6th week.

10.  Disneynature’s “Penguins”,  $1.1 million.  Up to $5.7 million in its 2nd week.

For what it’s worth, Deadline.com says that when the dust settles the final opening weekend numbers for “Endgame” could be even higher . . . at around $354.4 million.

(And last we checked, “Endgame” had a 96% critics score on RottenTomatoes.com, and a 92% audience score.)