Wonder Woman: 1984 expected to lose money! “Wonder Woman: 1984” dominated the still-tepid U.S. box office for the third straight weekend in a row.
The highly-anticipated superhero sequel had yet another impressive showing in a field that’s somewhat devoid of any competition. The film is one of the only major blockbusters studio officials were willing to release in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, which has shut down almost all theaters in the United States. It’s box office numbers are also impressive given the bold decision to release the film on HBO Max in addition to theaters. However, the studio is still expected to lose money on the movie.
According to Variety, “Wonder Woman: 1984” earned an impressive $3 million between Friday and Sunday, bringing its total in the U.S. and Canada to $32.6 million. Overseas, meanwhile, the film grabbed $4.7 million giving it an international tally of $98.8 million.
The movie outperformed nearly every film released since the pandemic forced theaters to lockdown and studios to push back the release of key tentpoles. Unfortunately for Warner Bros. the box office sales are still a far cry from what the film, with an estimated $200 million budget, was hoping to gain in profits.
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Wonder Woman: 1984 expected to lose money!! Wonder Woman: 1984 expected to lose money!