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Justice League - Domestic Box Office Now At $229 Million

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  • Justice League - Domestic Box Office Now At $229 Million

    Reviews are really bad, but it is rated higher than Batman Vs Superman which isnt saying much. LOL!

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    Justice League Stumbles in Domestic Debut

    Warner Bros. and DC Comics' Justice League struggled compared to expectations as it failed to top $100 million over the course of its three-day weekend. Meanwhile, it was Lionsgate's Wonder that captured audience attention, debuting with an excellent $27 million, topping Thor: Ragnarok for a second place finish, positioning itself well for the holiday weeks ahead. Additionally, A24's Lady Bird continued its impressive run in limited release as it makes way for a nationwide debut over Thanksgiving weekend.

    With an estimated $96 million, Justice League managed to top the weekend, but fell short of the low end of expectations. Despite bringing in $13 million from Thursday previews, which was $2 million more than Wonder Woman hauled in from preview screenings ahead of a $103.2 million debut, Justice League just couldn't crack the century mark, delivering the lowest opening for any of the films in DC's Extended Universe thus far.

    Opening day audiences gave the film a "B+" CinemaScore and of that audience, 58% were male vs. 42% female and 69% were over the age of 25. It will be very interesting to see where the film goes from here as the four previous films in the DC Extended Universe have shown a variety of multipliers following their opening weekend. One might expect Justice League to follow patterns closer to the ~2.4x multipliers for Man of Steel* and Suicide Squad though, given the softer-than-expected opening, perhaps even closer to the 1.99x multiplier for Batman v Superman. In the end, we might be looking at a domestic run that could fall short of $200 million, though we're anticipating a finish just a bit over, similar to Godzilla's $200 million run in 2014 following its $93 million debut. Internationally, the film brought in an estimated $185.5 million from 65 markets for a $281.5 million worldwide debut.

    This makes it one of the top twenty-five worldwide openings all-time and the twentieth ranked international opening over, besting the $185.1 million overseas opening from The Avengers, though it should be noted The Avengers debuted in only 39 markets during its opening weekend as international and worldwide opening comparisons are rarely apples-to-apples.

    Leading the international charge, Justice League brought in an estimated $51.7 million from China, WB's second largest opening in the marketplace behind Batman v Superman. The film also brought in an estimated $14.2 million in Brazil, $9.8m in the UK, $9.6 million in Mexico, $8.8 million in Korea, $6.5 million in Russia, $6.3 million in Australia and $6 million in France. With most of the marketplace already in release Japan remains the last major opening for the film and that will take place next Thursday, November 23.


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      Coco Hopes to Add to Disney's Legacy at the Thanksgiving Box Office

      Finishing in second place is WB and DC Comics' Justice League, which dropped almost 57% in its second weekend for an estimated $40.7 million three-day and a $59.6 million five-day. The film's domestic cume now stands at $171.5 million after ten days in release. Internationally it added an estimated $72.2 million from 66 markets where its cume topped $300 million for a global tally that currently stands at $481.3 million.


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        Coco Strums Up Second Weekend at #1 While Limited Releases Make a Splash

        Warner Bros. and DC Comics' Justice League finished in second place with an estimated $16.5 million, dropping 60% after the holiday weekend as the film's cume now stands just above $197 million. Internationally, Justice League grossed an estimated $35.7 million in 66 markets bringing its overseas running cume to $370.1 million for a global cume that tops $567 million.


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          Coco Threepeats, Disaster Artist Soars and WB Tops $2 Billion

          WB and DC's Justice League finished in second place once again, dropping 42% and delivering an estimated $9.5 million as its cume now climbs to $212 million domestically. The film also added an estimated $15.4 million internationally this weekend as it crossed $400 million overseas and now tops $600 million worldwide.


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            Star Wars The Last Jedi Delivers Second Largest Opening Ever

            Rounding out the top five is Warner Bros. and DC Comics' Justice League, which pulled in an estimated $4.1 million as its domestic cume is now just shy of $220 million. Additionally, the film added an estimated $5.3 million from 65 markets this weekend, pushing its international cume to $414.5 million for a global tally north of $634 million.