Presales for Justice League Are Bigger Than That Of Wonder Woman

Wonder Woman came out earlier this year and wowed a lot of people earning over $103 million in its opening weekend in North America.

The Justice League movie could have a bigger opening weekend since its presales are currently higher than that of Wonder Woman.

Movie ticket seller Fandango revealed a press release confirming the hype for the Justice League movie. The superhero team up movie has larger ticket sales prior to release compared to Wonder Woman.

As aforementioned, Wonder Woman grossed $103 million in its opening weekend. Justice League is currently projected to earn between $110 million to $120 million.

The press release also says that most people wanting to watch the movie are most excited to see Wonder Woman and Aquaman.

This is because many fans love Gal Gadot and Jason Momoa.

There are also many viewers that prefer that the new movie has a lighter tone compared to the likes of Man of Steel and Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.

The movie could get an even higher opening weekend once critic reviews are published online. So far, reactions for the movie have been mostly positive.

Reviewers love the heroes in the film, but the only complaints so far have been the story and a weak main villain. Other than that, many reviewers agree that the film is still enjoyable and entertaining.

The Justice League movie has had a rough production. Zack Snyder was the original director, but he pulled out midway through production for personal reasons.

The Avengers director, Joss Whedon, took over and had to do extensive reshoots and post production work. Hopefully the movie is just as enjoyable as Wonder Woman was.

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