Batman v Superman: Dawn of justice had a second weekend drop off of 68% at the box office domestically, making $52 million for its second weekend, with a total of $261 million domestically and pushing past $680 million worldwide.
Even though many sites are pointing out how this is worrisome for the film, Warners domestic distribution chief Jeff Goldstein disagrees in a quote to The Hollywood Reporter, by stating Warner Bros. is not concerned by the drop off due to how well the film has done in total globally already.
“We’re not concerned with the drop,” said Warners domestic distribution chief Jeff Goldstein. “No matter how you slice it, to get to $52 million on any given weekend is an enormous accomplishment. We’re most focused on where we are in total. And our global number is huge.”
Latest posts by Arelis (see all)
- Wonder Woman Debuts With $1.3 Million in Blu-Ray Sales - December 14, 2017
- Suicide Squad Sequel to Begin Filming in October 2018 - December 14, 2017
- Chris McKay Says We’ll Learn Concrete Information on the Nightwing Movie in February - December 10, 2017