After Black Panther's massive success, Marvel will continue its box-office reign with Avengers: Infinity War.

Deadline reports the movie is poised to bring in at least $200 million during its opening weekend, according to industry predictions. If this happens, it will break the record for the highest April debut, which is held by Furious 7 with $147 million. Infinity War will need to beat Black Panther's President's Day opening weekend of $242 million or Marvel's The Avengers' regular weekend opening with $207 million to become the new biggest superhero opener ever.

It won't be much of a surprise if it does though. Infinity War has been 10 years in the making, starting with 2008's Iron Man. Since then, there's been 18 films leading up to the galactic threat, Thanos, whose goal is to get rid of half the world's population with the all-powerful Infinity Gauntlet and its stones. Infinity War is also slated to bring together over 60 superheroes—some of which we'll have to say farewell to—before kicking off the next phase in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Also, the storyline is supposedly so secret that "only a handful of people know the film's true plot," say directors the Russo Brothers.

So far, Infinity War broke one record. Back in March, Fandango declared the third Avengers sold the most advance tickets within 24 hours. This was held by Black Panther, which was released just a month before then. 

Avengers: Infinity War hits theaters April 27.