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Batman v Superman Ticket Sales Outperform The Avengers

Right now, eyes are on the movie Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice which will be released next week. This is felt by superhero fans DC Comics, not wanting to miss the action of their hero, they immediately bought tickets long before the film was shown. So that the initial ticket sales of this film managed to surpass ticket sales Deadpool even The AvengersThis data was obtained from various online and offline ticket sales agents.

Film Batman v Superman has generated between US$20 million and US$25 million in total advance ticket sales. With a good start in purchasing tickets in advance, this film is predicted to earn more than Deadpool (132.4 million US dollars), Furious 7 (147 million US dollars) and The Avengers (207.4 million US dollars), when it premieres later.

The results of ticket sales are also easier Batman v Superman to pursue income from films The Dark Knight Rises in 2012 who managed to collect 160.9 million US dollars on the first day of broadcast.

Meanwhile, Movio, who continues to monitor the flow of ticket sales, said that the audience Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice will be dominated by men. “As expected, Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice is eagerly awaited by male audiences,” said Co-Founder and Chief Executive Movio, Will Palmer.

“The audience profile is about 78 percent male, the age ranges from 14 to 49 years. It’s estimated that around 70 percent of viewers will tune in to screenings in the first week, which is 3.2 times more than the typical US moviegoer,” Palmer added.

The company noted that 57 percent of viewers bought tickets for the film for screenings on Thursday nights, and about 22 percent for screenings that would take place on Friday nights.

The director’s film Zack Snyder This itself will only be released globally in theaters on July 20, 2022. Starring Ben Affleck, Henry Cavill and Gal Gadot, Batman v Superman This will present a battle between two superheroes who have different beliefs.