Sunday, March 6, 2022

Weekend Box-Office: THE BATMAN Scores $128 Million Debut

Weekend Box-Office: THE BATMAN Scores $128 Million Debut

With no other new wide releases to hinder it, Warner Bros' latest superhero movie "The Batman" starring Robert Pattinson dominated the weekend box-office, scoring impressive numbers.

Read more about the weekend box-office after the jump.

"The Batman" opened with $128.5 million from 4,417 theaters, marking the best opening weekend of 2022, and the second pandemic-era debut to cross the $100 million mark, behind "Spider-Man: No Way Home" ($260 million opening weekend). The film also added another $120 million from 74 countries, adding up to a worldwide total of $248.5 million. "The Batman" received rave reviews from critics (85% Rotten Tomatoes) and a solid reception from moviegoers ("A-" CinemaScore).

"Uncharted" finished in second place with $11 million (-52%), and has now crossed the $100 million milestone domestically. Overseas it raked in a total of $171.3 million.

In third place we find Channing Tatum's "Dog" with $6 million, down 40% from last week. The film's domestic tally has reached $40 million after two weeks.

"Spider-Man: No Way Home" landed at #4 but is still going strong with $4.4 million. The film only dropped 24% from last weekend, and its domestic total has now reached $786.4 million.

The Top 5 is rounded out by "Death on the Nile" with $2.7 million (-39%). The film has now grossed $37 million in North America, and another $68.3 million overseas.

Rank Title Weekend Gross Domestic Total Foreign Total Budget
1 The Batman $128.5M $128.5M $120M $200M
2 Uncharted $11M $100.2M $171.3M $120M
3 Dog $6M $40M $4.8M $15M
4 Spider-Man: No Way Home $4.4M $786.4M $1B $200M
5 Death on the Nile $2.7M $37M $68.3M $90M
6 Sing 2 $1.5M $153.5M $206.6M $85M
7 Jackass Forever $1.3M $54.4M $17.2M $10M
8 Cyrano $0.6M $2.5M $1M $30M
9 Gangubai Kathiawadi $0.5M $0.5M $1M N/A
10 Scream $0.5M $80.2M $58.4M $24M


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