SR Hits the $200 Million Mark

Monday, October 23, 2006 by Iris with
Superman Returns has passed the $200 million domestic box office mark for a worldwide cume of $390 million. It has been mentioned more than once that a possible sequel is set for a summer 2009 release.

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Anonymous said...

yay!! now i hope that it'll have a sequel!!!:)
mucho thanks for this article!!

blue said...

Iris, do you know anything about BR having turned down two movies roles "Open Graves" and "My Sassy Girl"?

Just curious.

Elsa said...

YAY!! Finally! I'm SO *super* proud of anyone who has had anything to do with the movie :) including the fans. I love this movie so much and I'm absolutely looking forward to holding a 13 disk Superman collection in my hands :D

denise said...

i cant wait!!!!!! for the next movie in 2009, then i will be 17 years old...cewl lol

patty said...

Good news!!! Loved this movie. People of all ages enjoyed it and I think it was super. Cant wait for the release of the dvd and the 3 hr documentary. 2009 seems along way down the road. But I'll be waiting.

Anonymous said...


Danny said...

I loved, Loved, LOVED this movie--and particualarly Brandon's perfect portrayal of Superman. Congratulations to Brandon, Bryan Singer and Warner Bros. on the huge sucess of Superman Returns.

I do think this movie should have made at least another $100 million, and am a bit disappointed in my fellow Americans for not supporting this movie as much as they should have. I applaud Bryan Singer and WB's for making such a beautiful movie--and sided for substance, rather than just fight scenes and stuff being blown up (not that the action scenes weren't brillantly done too). I realize the sequals will be more action driven, and target young men's appetites (and I look forward to that too), but am thankful that the 1st in the series was made as a classic masterpiece that will endure the test of time. Superman Returns is truly a work of art that will be enjoyed for generations to come--and will go down in Hollywood's history as one of it's finest works. The rooftop scene, and the the scene of Superman in Jayson's bedroom, are certainly two of the the most special moments ever put on film--regardless of what type of movie.

Brandon's performance MADE this movie--and he should be nothing but proud of his accomplishments--he has made a lot of Superman fans very, very happy.

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