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DC Films Bowls A Box Office Turkey with & # 39; Shazam!, & # 39; & # 39; Aquaman & # 39; and & # 39; Wonder Woman & # 39;

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From this post, Warner Bros. & # 39; Shazam! has earned $ 56,825 million nationally (including $ 3.3 million in nationwide sneak previews) and $ 159 million worldwide (including $ 13.5 million in IMAX alone). Yes, that is a lower opening than what we are used to when it comes to "big" superhero movies of the comic strip, because it is closer to the Fri-Sun frames placed by (non-adjusted-for-inflation) The glutton ($ 53 million in 2013), Antman ($ 58 million in 2015) and Green lantern ($ 53 million in 2011). In fact, in terms of DC or Marvel superhero features, it has been the lowest Fri-Sun launch ever since Fantastic four ($ 25 million) in 2015. But here is the kicker: the release of the New Line Cinema cost only $ 90 million to produce and due to the nature of the property, it can qualify as the biggest turning point for DC Films.

Fortunately we have had very few people who claimed that the debut was disappointing or a mistake based solely on the unedited song. We had a surprisingly large number of people who argued that Aquarius& # 39; S $ 72 million launch (again, counting sneak previews) was disappointing because it was a lot lower than that of Wonder Woman ($ 103.5 million in 2017) and Man of Steel ($ 128 million in 2013), apparently indifferent to the operation of the Christmas cash register. $ 1.1 billion worldwide later, maybe they've learned their lesson. It is worth noting that Antman Eventually Legged it to $ 519 million worldwide on a budget of $ 130 million while The glutton earned $ 412 million globally at a $ 130 million, the second largest gross for one X-Men movie at the moment.

Yes, Shazam! staggered in China and earned $ 31 million from an opening day of $ 15.9 million. If it's legs like Batman v Superman (1.76x the launch of $ 54 million), it ends with $ 51 million. There is no law that says China should like every big Hollywood pole and there is no law that says otherwise successful biggies should score huge in China. China is often less of a hit maker and more of a steroid to blow up the totals of already successful films. Aquarius and Transformers: Dark of the Moon both reached $ 1.1 billion worldwide thanks to an over / under $ 300 million flight in China, but both big-budget films would still have passed $ 850 million worldwide without dime from China. The fantasy directed by David F. Sandberg is cheap enough that no Chinese bailout is needed.

Say what you want about the micro-managed ensemble flicks (Batman v Superman, Suicide Squad and Justice League), but DC Films now plays 1,000 more than the last three solo superhero films. Throw in the less successful Man of Steel ($ 668 million in 2013 with mixed negative reviews and a pre-arranged series) and they still get 0.75. They are not really apples for apples, but the first four solo flicks from MCU were Iron Man (Yay!) Incredible Hulk (Boo!) Iron Man 2 (eh …), and Thor (Yay!). In addition, the MCU started back when Thor & # 39; s $ 449 million worldwide cume would make it the biggest comicbook superhero movie ever without Batman, Spider-Man, Iron Man or Wolverine. Captain America: The First Avenger could be a big hit with $ 371 million worldwide on a budget of $ 140 million.

Assuming it has fairly good legs at home and abroad (it opens in Japan on April 19), the film marks a real turning point for the besieged brand DC Films. Shazam! opened with $ 159 million worldwide despite the fact that it is based on a B-level (or C-level?) character and much is missing in the way of "butts in the seats" star power. The opening was above the over / under $ 45 million tracking to the point where we must assume the overwhelmingly positive reviews (91% fresh and 7.2 / 10 on Rotten tomatoes) and word of mouth and sneaking moved the needle. In addition, and this is the key, this weekend's release is the third consecutive good-to-great DC Films solo superhero movie. After Wonder Woman and Aquarius, I would argue Shazam! overperformed BECAUSE it was a film from DC Films.

It is not entirely protectors of the universe opening with $ 94 million, despite being an MCU film based on largely unknown characters, but it is still a big measure of species. Shazam! is the third straight DC Films hit that is not based on one of their A-level characters (IE – Batman and Superman), but on less popular and (stereotype) riskier superheroes. General cinema-goers who may not have walked into the theater while fans of the characters walked away as fans of (respectively) Gal Gadot's Wonder Woman, Jason Momoa's Aquaman and Shazam of Zachary Levi with the desire to have more adventures with those specific versions of the DC Comics characters. If Dwayne Johnson really appears for Black Adam Shazam 2, he doesn't have to be a Viagra franchise.

Shazam! show again that the DC films can make publicly and critically successful superheroes in different genres and at different scales in terms of budget and reach. Assuming the opening weekend leads to a worldwide cume closer to $ 450 million than $ 350 million (both would be good), it will show that the brand is in a place where unconventional superhero traits can score big, specifically because they are part of the DC Films universe. There is no more reason for Warner Bros. to overly rely on Batman, no reason for us in the media or on social media to take DC Films for granted and no excuse for not giving a detective chimpanzee film.

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From this post, Warner Bros. & # 39; Shazam! has earned $ 56,825 million nationally (including $ 3.3 million in nationwide sneak previews) and $ 159 million worldwide (including $ 13.5 million in IMAX alone). Yes, that is a lower opening than what we are used to when it comes to "big" superhero movies of the comic strip, because it is closer to the Fri-Sun frames placed by (non-adjusted-for-inflation) The glutton ($ 53 million in 2013), Antman ($ 58 million in 2015) and Green lantern ($ 53 million in 2011). In fact, in terms of DC or Marvel superhero features, it has been the lowest Fri-Sun launch ever since Fantastic four ($ 25 million) in 2015. But here is the kicker: the release of the New Line Cinema cost only $ 90 million to produce and due to the nature of the property, it can qualify as the biggest turning point for DC Films.

Fortunately we have had very few people who claimed that the debut was disappointing or a mistake based solely on the unedited song. We had a surprisingly large number of people who argued that Aquarius& # 39; S $ 72 million launch (again, counting sneak previews) was disappointing because it was a lot lower than that of Wonder Woman ($ 103.5 million in 2017) and Man of Steel ($ 128 million in 2013), apparently indifferent to the operation of the Christmas cash register. $ 1.1 billion worldwide later, maybe they've learned their lesson. It is worth noting that Antman Eventually Legged it to $ 519 million worldwide on a budget of $ 130 million while The glutton earned $ 412 million globally at a $ 130 million, the second largest gross for one X-Men movie at the moment.

Yes, Shazam! staggered in China and earned $ 31 million from an opening day of $ 15.9 million. If it's legs like Batman v Superman (1.76x the launch of $ 54 million), it ends with $ 51 million. There is no law that says China should like every big Hollywood pole and there is no law that says otherwise successful biggies should score huge in China. China is often less of a hit maker and more of a steroid to blow up the totals of already successful films. Aquarius and Transformers: Dark of the Moon both reached $ 1.1 billion worldwide thanks to an over / under $ 300 million flight in China, but both big-budget films would still have passed $ 850 million worldwide without dime from China. The fantasy directed by David F. Sandberg is cheap enough that no Chinese bailout is needed.

Say what you want about the micro-managed ensemble flicks (Batman v Superman, Suicide Squad and Justice League), but DC Films now plays 1,000 more than the last three solo superhero films. Throw in the less successful Man of Steel ($ 668 million in 2013 with mixed negative reviews and a pre-arranged series) and they still get 0.75. They are not really apples for apples, but the first four solo flicks from MCU were Iron Man (Yay!) Incredible Hulk (Boo!) Iron Man 2 (eh …), and Thor (Yay!). In addition, the MCU started back when Thor & # 39; s $ 449 million worldwide cume would make it the biggest comicbook superhero movie ever without Batman, Spider-Man, Iron Man or Wolverine. Captain America: The First Avenger could be a big hit with $ 371 million worldwide on a budget of $ 140 million.

Assuming it has fairly good legs at home and abroad (it opens in Japan on April 19), the film marks a real turning point for the besieged brand DC Films. Shazam! opened with $ 159 million worldwide despite the fact that it is based on a B-level (or C-level?) character and much is missing in the way of "butts in the seats" star power. The opening was above the over / under $ 45 million tracking to the point where we must assume the overwhelmingly positive reviews (91% fresh and 7.2 / 10 on Rotten tomatoes) and word of mouth and sneaking moved the needle. In addition, and this is the key, this weekend's release is the third consecutive good-to-great DC Films solo superhero movie. After Wonder Woman and Aquarius, I would argue Shazam! overperformed BECAUSE it was a film from DC Films.

It is not entirely protectors of the universe opening with $ 94 million, despite being an MCU film based on largely unknown characters, but it is still a big measure of species. Shazam! is the third straight DC Films hit that is not based on one of their A-level characters (IE – Batman and Superman), but on less popular and (stereotype) riskier superheroes. General cinema-goers who may not have walked into the theater while fans of the characters walked away as fans of (respectively) Gal Gadot's Wonder Woman, Jason Momoa's Aquaman and Shazam of Zachary Levi with the desire to have more adventures with those specific versions of the DC Comics characters. If Dwayne Johnson really appears for Black Adam Shazam 2, he doesn't have to be a Viagra franchise.

Shazam! show again that the DC films can make publicly and critically successful superheroes in different genres and at different scales in terms of budget and reach. Assuming the opening weekend leads to a worldwide cume closer to $ 450 million than $ 350 million (both would be good), it will show that the brand is in a place where unconventional superhero traits can score big, specifically because they are part of the DC Films universe. There is no more reason for Warner Bros. to overly rely on Batman, no reason for us in the media or on social media to take DC Films for granted and no excuse for not giving a detective chimpanzee film.

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