‘Joker’ Is Officially The Most Profitable Comic Book Movie Of All Time

‘Joker’ Is Officially The Most Profitable Comic Book Movie Of All Time

‘Joker’ Is Officially The Most Profitable Comic Book Movie Of All Time

As the DC movie Joker tops 950 million dollars worldwide today, it has also reportedly become the most profitable comic-book movie ever made.

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Long story short, the Joker movie's been doing extremely well, so well in fact that it was announced by Forbes to be the most profitable comic book ever made.

Forbes notes that Joker is on track to reach $957 million worldwide Friday, November 8.

Todd Phillips' Joker movie has been a huge hit this year. The report also adds that the film is the third-cheapest $900 million grosser of all time after Bohemian Rhapsody ($905 million on a $52 million budget) and The Lion King ($968 million on a $55 million budget in 1994).

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Joker also screened at Toronto International Film Festival and New York Film Festival before its opening in USA theatres on 4 October. Most comedian guide flicks, of system, cost noticeably more than $62.five million.

This latest milestone is just the latest inJoker's list of oh so serious accolades; the film is also now the highest-grossing R-rated movie ever made, as well as the most successful film of De Niro's long career. There were concerns that the movie would encourage violence among individuals with the same temperament and personality as Phoenix's character, Arthur Fleck - so much so that the Federal Bureau of Investigation actually checked Joker posts on social media and the New York Police Department patrolled screenings during the film's premiere.

He continued, "I basically said, 'You could take this character and put him in any movie'".

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