Batman has been in cinemas since last week. Now the first results appear as we talk about the future.
Finally there was: the new Batman movie. This time in The Batman we see Robert Pattinson as the superhero. The film has great reviews, scoring 85 percent on Rotten Tomatoes and 8.6 on IMDb. We ourselves gave The Batman 8.5 a rating and we think it’s a title you should definitely see.
Batman scores well
The opening weekend of The Batman was a huge success. Warner Bros. It announces that it has a box office of $128.5 million in the United States and a worldwide gross of $248.5 million.
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Because of this good opening, the film set a number of records. For example, this is the biggest movie release of the year to date, the fifth biggest opening for a DC Comics and the first ever Warner Bros. movie. The movie that crossed 100 million in opening film after IT in 2017.
By the numbers, Batman comes in a row from the fifty biggest openings in modern history. On that list it accompanies Spider-Man: No Way Home, The Dark Knight Rises, and The Joker, among others.
Now that The Batman movie has been well received and the audience has been able to find the cinema en masse, there is already talk of a new sequel to the movie. Lead actor Robert Pattinson has said he doesn’t know anything about her yet, but it seems like it’s only a matter of time. Warner Bros. It would be crazy not to continue after such success.
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Pattinson tells Variety about his collaboration on The Batman with director Matt Reeves: “We’ve had conversations about it. But it took 5 years from idea to film. He’s so focused on one project at a time. I don’t think he’s thought about the next steps yet, Or he didn’t tell me.”
It’s not just about this movie anyway. The streaming service HBO Max has many spin-offs. So the new movie should take those timelines into account, something you’re also seeing now with many Marvel movies and series on Disney+.
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