‘BATMAN V SUPERMAN’ STILL ON TOP – WEEKEND BOX OFFICE REVIEW

Batman v Superman was still on top at the end of it’s second week in the weekend box office except the crowd was not quite as large. The movie climbed to about $261M in domestic ticket sales and about $680M worldwide however, there was a 68% drop in ticket sales making it one of the steepest declines for a superhero movie. This is close to the profit decline of last summer release of Fantastic Four.

A studio exec defended the numbers explained, “Essentially, you’re comparing this weekend’s grosses for Batman V Superman against a four-day holiday last weekend. Whenever you have that set-up, there’s always a steep drop.”

The faith-based film God’s Not Dead 2 did not attract as large of an audience earning $9.2 million in opening weekend.

THIS WEEKEND’S TOP TEN MOVIES — April 1 – April 3

  1. Batman v Superman, $52.4M
  2. Zootopia, $20M
  3. My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2, $11.1M
  4. God’s Not Dead 2, $8.1M
  5. Miracles From Heaven, $7.55M
  6. Allegiant, $5.7M
  7. 10 Cloverfield Lane, $4.75M
  8. Eye in the Sky, $4.1M
  9. Meet the Blacks, $4.1M
  10. Deadpool, $3.5M

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