The Batman, released by Warner Bros./DC, has exceeded three-quarters of a billion dollars worldwide, holding the top spot as the year’s highest-grossing film globally and domestically.
Through Sunday, the worldwide total stands at $751.1 million, with the Matt Reeves-directed reboot collecting $386.1 million abroad and $365 million in North America.
The accomplishment comes on the heels of the time when the film is about to air on HBO Max tomorrow (April 18) and on HBO on Saturday, April 23 at 8 p.m. ET.
The UK ($53.2 million), Mexico ($30.7 million), Australia ($27 million), France ($25.9 million), Brazil ($22.6 million), China ($22.5 million), Germany ($18.9 million), Spain ($11.8 million), Italy ($11.2 million), and Japan ($10 million) round out the top ten international markets.
Robert Pattinson‘s turn in the Batsuit began its worldwide release early in Korea on March 1 and grossed $124.2 million in its opening weekend in 74 international countries. This was the top international opening of 2022, WB’s greatest pandemic-era overseas debut, and its best internationally since October 2019’s Joker — as well as the third-largest overseas pandemic-era debut in like-for-like countries after Spider-Man: No Way Home and No Time To Die.