The Batman Could Make $245 Million Worldwide This Weekend
It should come as no surprise to anyone that the WB film Batman is predicted to be a huge box office hit this weekend. This weekend, the film is expected to earn up to $245 million worldwide in its opening weekend. In accordance with the deadline.
This includes projections of $115-125 million in the US and another $110-120 million in international markets, bringing the first weekend’s total global result to $225-245 million.
The Batman was an extremely expensive film, budgeted at $200 million, and that’s not counting significant marketing costs. But expectations and expectations are very high, so it will be interesting to see how the film lands commercially.
Comparisons to any previous Batman film or comic book would be incomplete and imperfect, especially given the impact of COVID on the box office. It’s also the case that The Batman was one of the WB’s first major releases in 2022 after 2021 when all of its films were released on HBO Max day and night in theaters due to the pandemic. As for other Batman news at the box office, movie giant AMC has announced that it will be charging extra for The Batman as part of its new variable pricing program. For more, check out GameSpot’s The Batman review and other critics.