After a few months of delay, work began Batman Now in cinemas all over the world. film Matt Reeves It was already well received and nothing seemed to stand in the way of the film for a solid financial performance either.
The first results are starting to appear. Including previews earlier this week, the DC movie had raised about $55 million as of yesterday. According to the deadline Batman In the US alone it reaches $110 million, but this could also be higher.
The score seems a little low for a superhero movie, but it’s still the sixth strongest start in North America in March after that. Beauty and the beast ($174.7 million), Batman vs Superman ($166 million), Captain Marvel ($153.4 million), The Hunger Games ($152.5 million) and [i]Alice in Wonderland ($116.1 million).
worldwide to 225 million
The expectation is that Batman After this weekend it is around $225 million. Deadline had already made that prediction a few days before, and it’s not entirely clear how much the movie will cost. The amount is somewhere between $100 and $185 million.
So the reception is also strong. The film currently ranks 85 percent on the Rotten Tomatoes scale, with 92 percent as an audience score. Thierry Verhoeven, FilmTotaal reviewer, was a little less enthusiastic. In his review presented 2.5 stars†
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