Robert Pattinson’s The Batman Crosses $500 Million At Worldwide Box Office

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Matt
Reeves’

The
Batman

has
become
Warner
Bros’
biggest
release
not
only
of
2022
but
has
also
become
the
biggest
hit
since
the
2019
release

Joker

starring
Joaquin
Phoenix.
According
to
recent
reports,
the
DC
film
starring
Robert
Pattinson
has
earned
$500
million
at
the
worldwide
box
office.

robert pattinson

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The
Batman

made
on
a
budget
of
$200
million,
reportedly
earned
over
$258.3
million
in
the
US
and
over
$247
million
in
the
international
markets.
A
Comicbook
report
revealed
a
statement
by
Warner
Bros.
Chairman
Toby
Emmerich
praising
the
film
and
its
box
office
collection.

The
statement
said,
“We
couldn’t
be
more
thrilled
to
see
people
all
over
the
world
enjoying
The
Batman
in
theatres.
Matt
Reeves
has
delivered
an
extraordinary
film
that
manages
to
honour
the
legacy
of
this
global
cultural
hero
while
taking
moviegoers
into
an
experience
that
feels
fresh
and
original.
We
congratulate
Matt,
Dylan,
Walter,
Chantal,
Robert
and
Zoë,
and
the
entire
cast
and
crew
on
this
wonderful
benchmark.”

Meanwhile,
at
the
Indian
box
office,
The
Batman
has
earned
about
Rs
44
Crore
since
its
release
in
early
March
2022.
The
film’s
collection
reportedly
saw
a
drop
over
last
week
since
the
release
of
the
Bollywood
film

The
Kashmir
Files.


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Hiddleston
And
Zawe
Ashton
Are
Engaged,
Latter
Spotted
Wearing
A
Diamond
Ring

Coming
back
to
The
Batman,
the
film
also
stars
Zoe
Kravitz
as
The
Catwoman,
Jeffrey
Wright
as
James
Gordon,
Paul
Dano
as
The
Riddler,
Colin
Farrell
is
the
Penguin
and
others.
The
DC
film
is
yet
to
catch
up
to
the
biggest
pandemic
release

Spider-Man:
No
Way
Home
.
The
Marvel
film
marked
international
earnings
of
approximately
$1.1
billion.

Story first published: Saturday, March 19, 2022, 12:45 [IST]

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