Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice should hit $1 billion in total box office.
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TwinsTalkStocks, 8 year old twins, Ashay Jorel & Devin Kalel, think the buzz will reach epic proportions for Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. It opens Friday March 25th in the States. It’s a sequel to the 2013 Man of Steel movie, which was criticized for being dark and for having Supes kill Zod. In fact, except for the Christopher Nolan Batman movies, the other DC movies have not fared well.

The real battle is Marvel (owned by Disney) vs DC (owned by Time Warner). DC has “super” shows on TV like the Flash, Arrow, Gotham, DC Legends of Tomorrow and Supergirl. The DC Animated movies are awesome! Live action movies, except for the Christoper Nolan Batman movies, have been DC’s kryptonite.

Marvel started the MCU (Marvel Cinematic Universe) with Iron Man in 2008. The casting was spot on. I mean, can you imagine anyone else playing Tony Stark other than Robert Downey Jr?

Then it released Iron Man 2, Thor and Captain America: The First Avenger before releasing the Avengers. The stand alone movies preceeding the Avengers allowed them to flesh out the characters. This way we felt like we already knew and cared for these heroes when the Avengers came out.

DC will introduce for the first time on the big screen, live action portrayals of the Flash, Cyborg, Aquaman and of course, Wonder Woman. They’ll be introduced in Batman v Superman and will all soon have their very own stand alone movies.

And let’s not forget about Fox. Ryan Reynolds nailed it as Deadpool, the Merc with a Mouth. Deadpool has surpassed all expectations, especially since it’s the 1st superhero movie with a R-rating. The X-Men Apocalypse movie comes out May 27th.

Fox will report earnings sometime in May. Time Warner will report sometime between April 27th-May 2nd. Disney will report sometime between May 3rd-May9th. It will get a boost from Zootopia, but Captain America:Civil War comes out May 6th, so their numbers won’t impact Disney’s earnings until the next quarter.

Be sure to see our movie coming out this Friday March 25th!

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