Who wins in the battle of the box office between Superman and Batman? Bloomberg’s Nejra Cehic pits the superheroes against each other as the latest offering in the Superman film series rakes in $113 million on its opening weekend.

Bloomberg June 17 2013

Superman returns to movie theatres this week, with “Man of Steel” making its U.S. debut on Friday. It’s projected to open with sales of a hundred-and-15 million dollars in North America. But even with Superman and Batman on their team, DC Comics movies still lag far behind the earnings of the rival Marvel super-heroes. Bloomberg’s own Man of Steel Paul Allen explains.

Source: Bloomberg June 14 20013

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Dan DiDio and Jim Lee, co-publishers at DC Entertainment, talk about the Superman comics and the newest film based on the series, Warner Bros.’ “Man of Steel.” They speak with Betty Liu on Bloomberg Television’s “In the Loop.”


Source: Bloomberg, June 14 2013

Category: Film, Weekend

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2 Responses to “Batman vs Superman Box Office Battle”

  1. krice2001 says:

    Saw the new Superman movie this weekend. Great special effects. Otherwise just an ordinary hollywood movie with O.K. acting and O.K. plot. Thought it moved slowly for the first 45 minutes of backstory development but I don’t get paid to review movies anyway…

  2. krice2001 says:

    Saw the new superman movie this weekend. Great special effects. Other than that, just a typical hollywood movie with O.K. acting (over the top) and O.K. plot development. I like Any Adams but it almost seems like her inclusion in a movie is semi-mandatory. Thought the first 45 minutes of back story development moved slowly but then I don’t get paid to review movies anyway…