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Sunday, December 24, 2023

HOT: Aquaman and The Lost Kingdom is opened to $28M

Aquaman and The Lost Kingdom is opened to $28 million.

It’s 4-day total will be under $40 million.

The film, likely Jason Momoa's last turn at the titular aquatic hero, is expected to secure around $40 million in ticket sales over the four-day Christmas holiday weekend.

The weekend performance of "Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom" is on par with Warner Bros.' DC franchise in recent years. Only one film from the franchise has debuted with more than $60 million in ticket sales since 2018 — "Black Adam" took in $67 million in early 2022, according to data from Comscore.

Christmas moviegoing is a popular tradition among many families, but the domestic box office is not lighting up as it has in years past. Despite Warner Bros. Pictures dominating screens with new releases Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom and Wonka – as well as the new Illumination family film Migration – weekend estimates are coming in low with a 40% drop expected for Sunday's Christmas Eve holiday. Aquaman 2 might be the most surprising considering the massive haul James Wan and Jason Momoa's first adventure made, with the sequel tracking at under $40 million for its 4-day opening.

"Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom" added $80.1 million from international ticket sales Friday through Sunday, bringing its total expected global take to $120 million (including the domestic Christmas expectations for Monday).

The first "Aquaman" also benefited from international ticket sales back in 2018. More than 70% of its $1.15 billion box office came from markets outside the U.S. and Canada, according to Comscore data.

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