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‘Aquaman’ Reaches Rare $1 Billion Mark

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‘Aquaman’ Reaches Rare $1 Billion Mark

‘Aquaman’ Reaches Rare $1 Billion Mark

Rejoice, DC fans.

For the first time since “The Dark Knight Rises” in 2012, a non-Marvel superhero film has grossed $1 billion worldwide, as “Aquaman” hits the milestone after six weekends in theaters worldwide.

On top of that, the Warner Bros.

Release is the first billion-dollar hit in nearly five years that was not released by either Disney or Universal.

The last film to reach $1 billion from outside those two studios was Paramount’s “Transformers: Age of Extinction,” which grossed $1.1 billion in summer 2014.

Read the full article on The Wrap


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