Batman v Superman Hits Record Breaking Box Office Collection

Read about Batman V Superman Box Office Collection, Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice hits the record-breaking box office collection as estimated $170.1 Million over Easter Weekend domestically. According to the Entertainment Weekly, the superheroes set the epic new record on this March Opening. This movie beats the existed records of The Hunger Games’ 152.5 million, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2′ $169.2 million. Concern about the global release, Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice is the fourth biggest opening of all time. This movie added extra 254 million USD in this vast world. So, totally this film earned $424 million.

Batman V Superman Box Office Collection

Lately, The Dark Knight Rises has been made the biggest opening for DC Comics as $160.9 million. Now, the record was broken by the same DC Comics film and also it is the biggest opening ever for the production, Warner Bros.

IMAX collection of Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice

The movie, Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice does not pause the collections. The film was screened 388 IMAX theaters and had an IMAX opening of $18 million, which was created a new box office record while compared to the Furious 7’s record of $13.3 million.

Also read: Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice Review

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Even the film got fewer critic reviews such as Rotten Tomatoes 29 percent rating with an average score as 5/10. Maximum of the audience for this movie was the male generation, and the movie covered the grade of B Cinema Score.

Apart from this film, we all already heard about the full positive review of the fourth week film, Zootopia, a Disney’s animated movie. Take a view of the theme of the story here. It is the second big movie of this week on box office after the Batman V Superman as $23.1 million.

Also read: The Lego Batman Movie Trailer

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