I don’t understand this. There’s something wrong here. What is it?
The film beat Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows Part 2’s existing record by more than $30 million, which when added to the current international gross, should bring the film’s overall take to around $575 million worldwide.
Needless to say, the higher ticket prices afforded by the film’s 3D format have gone some way to reeling in such an impressive take, but by anybody’s standards, Joss Whedon’s superhero blowout has been an immense success. »
Ticket costs must have been really inflated for the 3D effects. That, and the lead up to this film with origin stories must have had the audience baited. Even so, why didn’t Harry Potters’ seven films ahead of the climax/last movie installment serve its franchise better?