Box Office Tracking Revealed For The Aquaman Movie

The Aquaman movie will be released in three week's time and early word of mouth is suggesting the film should be a Box Office hit when it comes out.

We now have some information about the Box Office potential for the latest DC film from Warner Bros.

As reported by Forbes, Box Office tracking suggests the movie should have a traditional 3 day weekend of over $65 million.

If Christmas Day is included in the five day opening, the movie will swim past a $100 million opening in its first week.

$65 million will actually be the lowest opening for any DCEU movie released to date.

Man of Steel opened healthily with an opening of $128 million. After that, the highest opening weekend was the $166 million earned by Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.

The word of mouth for both films were divisive and prevented either movie from grossing over $1 billion. Suicide Squad suffered bad reviews, but still managed an opening weekend of $133 million.

Wonder Woman opened to $103 million last year while Justice League underwelmed with an opening of 'only' $93 million. Even though Aquaman is tracking lower than the previous movies, it's expected to have longer legs since it's releasing during the Holiday season.

If you don't count any Star Wars movie, the biggest opening weekend in December belongs to The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey with an opening of $84 million.

Aquaman could have a decent opening since reviews are expected to be more positive compared to most of the other DCEU movies.

Aquaman releases in North America on December 21st, 2018.

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