"The Flash" has now joined the exclusive $100 million club at the domestic box office, achieving this milestone after 19 days of release.
Domestically, the film has earned $101 million, with an additional $146 million from international territories. However, its worldwide total is still below the $250 million mark.
The production cost of "The Flash" exceeded $200 million, not including the expenses for marketing.
Despite high praise from co-chair James Gunn, who called it one of the greatest superhero movies ever, "The Flash" had a lackluster domestic opening weekend, bringing in only $55 million.
Audience interest in the DC Extended Universe (DCEU) appears to be waning, as the past three franchise films, including "The Flash," have disappointed at the box office.
The movie faced significant challenges during its production, experiencing multiple changes in directors before Andy Muschietti took the helm.
Negative publicity surrounding star Ezra Miller's personal troubles also affected the film's promotion, with limited involvement from Miller during the marketing campaign.
Despite Warner Bros.' extensive promotional efforts, they underestimated the declining interest in the previous DCEU films.
The upcoming films in the DCEU, such as "Blue Beetle" and "Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom," face uncertainty, as they may be perceived as hand-me-downs from the previous regime.
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