Batman Vs Superman is about to be released in a few days. The tickets have been on sale for the past few weeks. It is said that the sales will break records of advance booking.
“Batman Vs Superman: Dawn of Justice” is one of the most anticipated movies of the year 2016. It is expected that the movie will have a strong opening weekend.
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By looking at the statistics it looks like the pre-release tickets are about to break the records of many famous movies. It has already gotten more sales than “The Avengers” which opened at $200 million.
Early ticket sales don’t give an indication about the success of a movie. However these pre-release numbers do tell about the interest the viewers have in a movie.
The stats are showing that “Batman Vs Superman: Dawn of Justice” has sold tickets of $25 million up till now. This number is definitely bigger than the recent hit movie Deadpool’s before-release tickets earnings.
Deadpool’s opening week earnings were $132.4 million. “Deadpool” had an opening at par with “The Dark Knight”.
Box Office analyst Mojo, which studies the trends of ticket buying among the audience gave an interesting comparison early on. They compared the ticket buyers of this movie to the ones of “The Jurassic World.”
It was seen that the audience interested in “Batman Vs Superman: Dawn of Justice” falls in the average age group of those who are 30.3 years old.
This is pretty close to “The Jurassic World’s” audience. The buyers are also males in abundance. 82 percent of the audience consist of males whereas Jurassic Park had 64 percent males in the audience.
If this trend and these numbers are followed through, then Warner Brother can have great luck with this movie. “Batman Vs Superman: Dawn of Justice” is going to be released worldwide on 25th March.
This movie is going to introduce Justice League in a special way. Many follow up movies for this film are already lined up for production.
The ticketing numbers show that the movie is likely to do well at the box office. If the trend persists then there won’t be any problem in earning a $350 million opening for this movie.