When it was initially released, during summer 1995, Joel Schumacher’s Batman Forever was a big hit. The film created a huge buzz at the box office, and proved there was a lot of life in Batman movies.
But how much money did the movie make?
How much money did Batman Forever make?
During its opening weekend in the US, Batman Forever took over $52 million at the box office. According to Box Office Mojo, the exact total was $52,784,433.
This was a strong start for the movie, which had a production budget of $100 million. And by the time it had ended its run in the US, Batman Forever had climbed up to $184,069,126.
In addition to this, the film took a further $152,498,405 at the international box office. Combining the two figures, Batman Forever’s overall box office total hit $336,567,531.
In 2019, to mark the 80th anniversary of the Caped Crusader, Batman Forever was re-released at the cinema as part of a limited screening alongside Batman ’89 (1989), Batman Returns (1992), and Batman & Robin (1997). After the re-release, Batman Forever made a further $38,014 domestically and $373 internationally, producing a combined total of $38,387.
Batman Forever box office stats
- Budget: $100 million
- Release: June 16th 1995
- Domestic opening: $52,784,433
- 1995 worldwide box office total: $336,567,531
- 2019 re-release worldwide box office total: $38,387
- Current theatrical total: $336,605,918
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