Matt Reeve’s The Batman not only made a Bruce Wayne-sized fortune in theaters, but it appears that it is also doing very well in the streaming universe.
Fantastic Beats: The Secrets of Dumbledore won the weekend box office, although Warner Bros. undoubtedly hoped for more from the third film in the latest Harry Potter-verse series.
Right in time for Halloween, The Batman’s Paul Dano gets a chance to pen his character’s origins in October’s Riddler: Year One Black Label mini-series.
Warner Bros.’ The Batman continued to dominate the box office for the third week in a row with an estimated $36.8 million in sales, while Crunchyroll’s Jujutsu Kaisen 0 was able to pack theaters with anime fans for a strong second place finish to the tune of $17.7 million.
The Batman’s second weekend only fell off by -50.7% from the previous weekend, bringing its domestic total to $238.5 million.
Featuring tremendous hand-to-hand combat sequences but light on character development despite its three-hour runtime, The Batman achieves the feel of a great Batman movie without capturing the soul of one.