When Superman Returns opens to $70 million in Friday night previews

In its fifth weekend, Superman Returns has earned $70.7 million, and it’s set to close out the weekend with $110 million.

That means that the $70m opening weekend will earn $2.1 billion domestically, making it the second biggest domestic debut of the year after the opening of The Avengers ($1.9 billion).

This weekend is the biggest one for a superhero movie this year, and will go down as the biggest for a major motion picture since the first Batman: The Dark Knight. 

The film opens in a few key markets on Christmas Eve, and should take in an estimated $20 million this weekend.

This is the first weekend where the film is opening wide, and its going to be the biggest opening of all time for a Christmas day release.

This will mark the biggest Monday opening for a non-holiday film, and is also the biggest debut for a Batman film since the second Batman: Return of the Joker.

That film opened to $16.7 billion domestically and $33.2 million internationally. 

Next week, Superman will play in the UK, the US, Canada, Mexico, Japan, France, Germany, Russia, and Australia.

It’s also coming to Disney, which will release the film on January 6.

In its second weekend, the film earned $6.7 mil, bringing its domestic total to $68.3 million.

In a very competitive landscape for superheroes, Superman is going to make the biggest Friday night opening of the season, and this weekend is going be a big one for him. 

It also seems like this film will be the most expensive of the summer blockbusters. 

As we mentioned earlier, the budget for the film has been slashed by 50% to $50 million, which should mean it’ll be $70-80 million on Friday.

This means that this will be a huge weekend for this film.

The last superhero film to make this much money at this early point of release was  The Avengers: Age of Ultron ($70.9 million), and the previous record was The Darkest Knight ($65.2m). 

Superman is also going to open wide in the US this weekend, where it will open to $6 million.

The US market is not typically the largest for a movie, and with this film, it’ll get the biggest Saturday night. 

In the UK and Germany, Superman: Man of Steel is expected to earn $3.1 million on Saturday, bringing the total of Friday night wide openings for the year to $24.1 mil. 

This film is going up against a number of big releases, including The Avengers, Avengers: Infinity War, Avengers 4, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.

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3, Captain America: Civil War, Justice League, Captain Marvel, and Doctor Strange. 

All of these films are expected to open to between $60 million and $80 million. 

Overall, it’s a very strong weekend for a Superman film, but I’m not sure how the film will do on the holiday weekend.

It’ll be interesting to see how many people are able to go to the movie on Thanksgiving weekend, as it’s going to hit theaters on Thanksgiving. 

On top of the big opening weekend, there’s a lot of other competition on Thanksgiving, as Marvel’s Avengers 4 will debut on Thanksgiving Day. 

Also, the fourth weekend of Black Panther and Justice League opens in theaters on Thursday, with Wonder Woman coming out on Friday night.

There’s also a lot going on at Comic-Con International: San Diego, which is the second-largest film festival in the world and will be held this year. 

While the biggest superhero film will open on Thanksgiving Sunday, there will also be plenty of other big films on Thanksgiving night.

The big new release for Thanksgiving weekend is  Thor: Ragnarok, which stars Chris Hemsworth as Thor, and the film was directed by Taika Waititi and Chris Evans.

Thor: The Third, which was released in 2016, will be released on Thursday. 

Here’s a look at what’s coming up for Thanksgiving.

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