...is still #1 at the box office, besting such heavily-hyped films like Universal's "Battleship" and the Sacha Baron Cohen comedy "The Dictator". That, IMO, is quite an achievement, given the typical "shelf life" for most new releases goes about 2-3 weeks before it drops to the "cheap cinemas", and, ultimately, home video. And there was something else reported this morning... "The Avengers" is now the most-successful Disney movie of all time, joining the league of Hollywood record-setters "Avatar", "Titanic", and "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 2". I realize anything connected to the Marvel brand has become something of a bone of contention with Disney "purists" since Disney acquired Marvel, but I have to ask... ...your thoughts now?? Does the fact this franchise/movie has officially performed beyond the Walt Disney Company's wildest dreams trump what was said on the boards a while back about Iron Man, Thor, etc. "not fitting in" with the likes of Mickey and the Princesses? Better yet, now that "The Avengers" is a cash cow for WDC (we haven't even considered merchandising and other monies made through retail stores, etc.), will that inspire Disney to find a way (with wads of cash in hand) to include their most successful franchise at one of the Florida parks?