Warner Bros. Pictures/DC’s The Batman is expected to remain atop the weekend box office — a position the Robert Pattinson/Zoë Kravitz-starring reboot has held since its March 4 debut. The movie has topped $505 million at the global box office, including $258.2 million in North America.
Industry reports suggest The Batman could see upwards of $48 million across North American screens, topping $300 million in total revenue through March 20.
Meanwhile, newcomer Crunchyroll’s Jujutsu Kaisen 0: The Movie is projected to debut north of $10 million, edging out previous Sony Pictures’ chart topper Uncharted with another $8 million, and $125.3 million overall.
Other theatrical returnees include United Artists Releasing’s Dog, starring Channing Tatum, with $4.7 million in revenue ($54.7 million overall), and Sony’s enduring Marvel hit, Spider-Man: No Way Home, with another $3.8 million in ticket sales. The movie is approaching $800 million in revenue in North America; $1.9 billion globally.
The movie is currently available on premium VOD ($19.99) across digital channels, and releases April 12 on disc.