The superhero sequel is only bested by its predecessor The Avengers, which still holds the record with its $207.4 million weekend in May 2012. Marvel now has the three best opening weekends to date, rounded out by Iron Man 3's $174.1 million debut in May 2013.
Ultron got off to a heroic start with Thursday night screenings, where it earned $27.6 million (topping Avengers' $18.7 million in 2012). On Friday, it landed the second-biggest day in box office history with $84.5 million — trailing the $91.1 million one-day take of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 in July 2011.
I am surprised by how many people I've come across whose favorite character is Ross. I'm like... eh..? He's essential, but is a better facial/physical actor than he is a natural/believability actor and that's where his best moments in that show came from (the physical/facial performances). The fajitas/margaritas when Joey/Charley came over, the leather pants, exploding on his boss about the sandwich, etc. are really great.