The Batman Box Office: Robert Pattinson-Starrer Climbs to $249 Million Opening Weekend


The Batman – DC’s new movie starring Robert Pattinson – grossed $248.5 million (roughly Rs. 1,910 crore) at the worldwide box office in its opening weekend, with a three-day estimate of $128.5 million (about Rs. 988 crore) from cinemas in the United States and Canada, and the remaining $120 million (about Rs. 922 crore) from 74 markets elsewhere. The Batman was produced on a budget of $200 million (about Rs. 1,537 crore).

In India, the new superhero film has grossed over $3.4 million (about Rs. 26 crore) at the box office. The Batman earned $18.4 million (approx. Rs. 141 crore) in the UK, $12 million (approx. Rs. 92.3 crore) in Mexico, $9.2 million (approx. Rs. 70, 7 crore) in Australia and $8.8 million (about Rs. 67.7 crore) in Brazil.

This makes Warner Bros. superhero film. the biggest opening of 2022 so far and the highest-grossing film released this year in North America, after just one weekend in theaters. It’s also the second-biggest debut of the COVID-19 pandemic era, only behind another superhero movie Spider-Man: No Way Home.

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Directed by Matt Reeves, The Batman stars British actor Pattinson in the dual role of Gotham City’s vigilante detective and his alter ego, reclusive billionaire Bruce Wayne, alongside Zoë Kravitz as a nightclub waitress. and cat burglar Selina Kyle, and Paul Dano as serial killer Riddler.

Jeffrey Wright’s Gotham City Police Department Lt. James Gordon, John Turturro’s crime lord Carmine Falcone, Peter Sarsgaard’s District Attorney Gil Colson, Andy Serkis’ butler, and Batman’s mentor Alfred Pennyworth , and Colin Farrell’s mid-level gangster Oz Cobblepot/Penguin are also part of The Batman.

The Batman holds an approval rating of 85% based on 363 reviews to date on review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes, and a score of 72 based on 66 reviews on other review aggregators. Metacritic review.

The next big market for The Batman is China, where the film is slated for release on March 18.


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