Robert Pattinson plays the title role in the movie “Batman”.
Warner Bros. “Batman” grossed $21.6 million in previews Thursday and is on track for its domestic debut north of $100 million.
Matt Reeves Got The Dark Knight overwhelmingly positive reviews from critics It is one of the most anticipated releases of 2022.
“Thursday previews are often an indication of what’s coming up for the film’s performance this weekend,” said Paul Dergarabedian, senior media analyst at Comscore. “The Batman movie got off to a strong start…as die-hard fans flocked on Thursday to be the first to see the movie on the big screen.”
Blockbuster comic book films often see a spike in Thursday night ticket sales, as fans seek to catch the movie early in its opening weekend to avoid spoilers. “Spider-Man: No Way Home” is a co-production of Disney And the Sonyand experienced similar enthusiasm in December, Generating $50 million in ticket sales on Thursday.
The $30 million difference between the two films is likely due to the ratings. The Marvel Cinematic Universe is known to be more child-friendly, even as it explores mature themes. The DC adaptation of Batman is darker and not suitable for families with younger children.
However, “Batman” is expected to do well over the weekend because it is a movie that attracts 18 to 35 residents who have frequented theaters often during the pandemic era.
Movies based on the franchise, especially those centered on comic book characters, were among the few that were hacked and made big gains at the box office. The movie is also likely to benefit from repeat viewing.
Batman has been a staple at the box office since 1989, when director Tim Burton brought Caped Crusader to the big screen. Over the past three decades, six actors have played a double role of Bruce Wayne and the Masked Ranger. These films combined It has generated more than $4.5 billion globally in the last 33 years.
Dergarabedian said the opening results for “The Batman” “must be impressive.”
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