Aquaman had an excellent closing weekend of 2018 since it earned $136.95 million (roughly Rs. 957.14 crores) globally for a total of $748.8 million (roughly Rs. 5,233.36 crores), that required it beyond Justice League ($657.9 million), Man of Steel ($668 million), and Suicide Squad ($746.8 million) to become the third highest-grossing DC world film of all time. If Aquaman can keep it up — that was only its second weekend in the united states, and third/fourth elsewhere — it might well have a shot at dethroning Wonder Woman ($821.8 million) and even Batman v Superman: Passing of Justice ($873.6 million).
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China has become the maximum earner for Aquaman’s $560 million global total, providing almost half of it using $260.4 million (roughly Rs. 1,820.84 crores). Targeted the current market, releasing Aquaman at China on December 7 anywhere else — India acquired it on December 14, a week ahead of the US — and it’s proved to be a fantastic bet for its studio.
In other franchise information, Sony Pictures’ Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse is currently around $213.24 million (roughly Rs. 1,490.33 crores) internationally, after including $45.7 million (roughly Rs. 319.51 crores) over the weekend. Spider-Verse is to start in Brazil (January 10) and Japan (March 28). And then there is Bumblebee, that is set to launch this week at India and China on January 4. Bumblebee fetches $66.2 million (roughly Rs. 462.83 crores) in the global box office this weekend, taking its total to $156.77 million (roughly Rs. 1,096.05 crores).