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Will "Joker" Make $1 Billion?

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Will 'Joker' Make $1 Billion?

Will "Joker" Make $1 Billion?

Box-office experts are projecting "Joker" will surpass "Deadpool", reports Business Insider.

This news would make "Joker" the world's highest-grossing R-rated movie of all time.

"Joker" currently stands at $737 million globally, while "Deadpool" earned $783 million.

"Joker" is a box-office success despite not being released in China.

Deadpool also was not released in China, both decisions were made due to violence.

Experts are skeptical about the $1 billion worldwide pull without a Chinese release.

If "Joker" did hit $1 billion worldwide, it would be the first R-rated movie to do so.

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