DC has a new king: ‘Aquaman’ surpasses the box office of ‘Batman v Superman’ and stands as the most successful of the DC Universe

DC has a new king: ‘Aquaman’ surpasses the box office of ‘Batman v Superman’ and stands as the most successful of the DC Universe

Returns the joy-to-DC. 'Aquaman' continues to triumph at the box office and has already surpassed 'Batman v Sup...

Returns the joy-to-DC. ‘Aquaman’ continues to triumph at the box office and has already surpassed ‘Batman v Superman: dawn of justice’, rising as the most successful of the current DC Universe (DCEU). In these moments, the film directed by James Wan carries 940 million dollars harvested globally.

And what is left. ‘Aquaman’ was released in early December, still has a way to go, and soon you will enter the “club” of the blockbusters that reached 1,000 million. When it comes, it will be the third adaptation of comics from DC that you get, after ‘The dark knight’ (‘The Dark Knight’, 2008) and ‘The dark knight: the legend reborn’ (‘The Dark Knight Rises’, 2012).

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DC has a new king: ‘Aquaman’ surpasses the box office of ‘Batman v Superman’ and stands as the most successful of the DC Universe

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For now, the greatest triumph of the DC superhero remains the final installment of the Batman of Christopher Nolan, with a total of 1,084 million, but this will change in the next few weeks. ‘Aquaman’ is a global phenomenon, has already surpassed the record “international” (all countries except the united States) of the films DC with 681M$ , but the situation is different in the market, “domestic” (US), where it began with a lot of force.

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The director of ‘Aquaman’, James Wan, he has not sat at all well and so has stated on Facebook, responding to the publication of Kelvin McIlwain, visual effects supervisor of the film. “Kelvin, you and your department are the heroes ignore this film. The fact that your peers of VFX at the Academy are not recognizing or appreciating what you have contributed to the film, and the film, it’s a fucking disgrace,” wrote Wan. Seeing the titles that have made the cut, it is understandable their anger.

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