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While everyone’s still going crazy over 'Black Panther
' and at the same time anticipating the premiere of 'Avengers: Infinity War
', there’s a news report revolving around another superhero movie that’ll make DC fans quite disappointed.
Entertainment Weekly (EW)
reported that 'Justice League
' has set a new record but for the wrong reason by being the lowest-grossing movie
in the DC Extended Universe.
The film featuring a star-studded cast – Ben Affleck (Batman), Henry Cavill (Superman), Gal Gadot (Wonder Woman), Ezra Miller (The Flash), Ray Fisher (Cyborg), and Jason Momoa (Aquaman) -premiered in November 2017 and only managed to rake in USD657,924,295 (RM2,579,260,613.69)
worldwide according to Box Office Mojo
Now that might seem like a lot but it actually isn’t; its earnings placed 'Justice League
' in last place among the five movies under the DC Universe.
Topping the list is 'Wonder Woman
' followed by 'Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice
', 'Suicide Squad
', and 'Man of Steel
The next DC movie in line is James Wan’s 'Aquaman
', which is slated for premiere in December 2018.
Well, were you surprised that 'Justice League
' did very poorly at the box office or did you expect it to be?