AQUAMAN Long Range Tracking Points To A $60 Million Opening Weekend In North America

AQUAMAN Long Range Tracking Points To A $60 Million Opening Weekend In North America

AQUAMAN Long Range Tracking Points To A $60 Million Opening Weekend In North America

There's just under two months to go until Aquaman is released and now long range tracking has shed some light on just how much the DC Comics adaptation could make during its opening weekend in December...

The marketing campaign for Aquaman hasn't really risen from the depths as of yet but long-range tracking details for the DC Comics adaptation has surfaced and it's (mostly) looking good for the movie.

Apparently, the James Wan helmed release is looking at an estimated opening weekend of $40 million - $60 million. The latter number would put it in the same realm as Captain America: The First Avenger ($65.1 million), Hulk ($62.1 million), The Amazing Spider-Man ($62 million), and Ant-Man ($57.2 million). 

However, should it fall lower than that, Aquaman could land somewhere alongside the likes of Green Lantern ($53.1 million), Batman Begins ($48.7 million), or Daredevil ($40.3 million). 

So, is this good news or bad news? It's hard to say. Aquaman could easily exceed expectations if reviews are overwhelmingly positive, while it may very well make big money overseas. However, these low projections aren't a huge surprise considering the fact that the likes of Bumblebee and Mary Poppins Returns will compete against it in December and this is the first
DCEU movie after Justice League.

We'll just have to wait and see but stay tuned for more box office projections as we have them.
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