Justice League’s ballooning budget and unexpectedly low pack office opening is just the beginning of Warner Bros’ troubles, a new report suggests.
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Justice League’s ballooning budget and unexpectedly low container office opening is just the start of Warner Bros’ troubles, a new report advises. Forbes has crunched the volumes, and come to the final outcome that the superhero film would have to make $600 million (Rs 3880 crore) to break even.
The report reduces the many costs Warner Bros has incurred in producing the film. The film cost $300 million to make, with an additional $150 million spent on advertising (That’s almost Rs 3000 crore).
Based on the current trajectory, Forbes predicts the film can make just timid of $650 million worldwide by the finish of its run, so that it is the lowest grossing accessibility in the troubled DC Extended World – by far.
Of this $635 projected gross, Forbes says “Warner Bros will get to keep around 52% of the home grosses, and a weighted average of around 38% of the foreign tally (that’s 25% of the projected $90 million from China, and 42% of the aggregated grosses from all other international territories).”
Forbes predicts the film will eventually lose between $50 and $100 million for the studio. To illustrate the way the competition has performed, the record added this graph:
Justice League’s current box office total stands at $380 million in a single week of release.