The Flash Box Office Opens Below Black Adam, Flops Against Its Own Meager Projections

The Flash isn’t doing well at the box office, as it opens below Black Adam and fails to meet even its own meager box office projections.

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Despite high hopes from DC Studios, The Flash is not doing well at the box office. The latest film in the DC Universe’s slate, The Flash follows Barry Allen (Ezra Miller) as he attempts to travel through time and save his parents. Unfortunately for Barry, his mission has unintended consequences. He accidentally stumbles into a multiversal journey that begins to change everything.


With a massive budget and a complex marketing campaign, The Flash was meant to be a game changer for DC. It hasn’t been living up to expectations. According to Variety, The Flash is already failing to meet projections that would have at least allowed it to match Black Adam‘s $67 million domestic opening take. So far, The Flash has only earned $55 million domestically with a $75 million international take bringing it up to $139 million overall. It’s a bad sign for the franchise and indicates that The Flash is shaping out to be a financial failure for DC.


Source: Variety

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