'Suicide Squad' Sits On The 50th Spot of Highest Grossing Films Of All Times


DC Comics' critically castigated "Suicide Squad" has just received a good news despite all the bad ones: it is now on its way to entering the top 50 highest grossing films of all times in a US box office setting.

The villain team-up films stared by Will Smith along with Margot Robby was attacked by a lot of critics on its release earlier this year, but it seems that all of the negativities can't possibly halt the amazing marketing strategy of Jared Leto, who continuously thro anal beads towards his fellow stars, reported.

According to Box Office Mojo, "Suicide Squad" now has a total of $731 million sales and in the US domestic gross, it racked up over $318,584,857. This means that the film just sneaked in into the 50th position of the list.

Fortunately, it has removed Marvel's original Iron Man into the next place which only had a domestic gross of $318,412,101.

If you need to know more, movies earlier this year such as "Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice" is currently on the 46th place with a shining $330m, Marvels' Guardians of the Galaxy sits on the 45th place with $333m- so it isn't hard to digest how Suicide Squad has reached the 50th position after its magnificent opening weekend numbers. 

And if you further need to comprehend how humans are sometimes stupid in allocating funds for quite terrible films, "Spider-Man 3" is on the 42nd position. Let that sink in for a while.

Provided this kind of success for the Suicide Squad, it isn't far that DC is going to start up a possible Harley Quinn spin-off anytime soon, but it will be more exciting to see if they'll receive further bashing after a constant negative response from all of their movie outputs.

The next movie that DC is going to be launched on 2017 is the "Wonder Woman" stared by Gal Gadot, who recently confirmed her bisexuality in Batman V Superman.

However, to suffice your superhero film cravings, Benedict Cumberbatch's "Doctor Strange" by Marvel is going to hit theaters on 25th of October so you better get ready. 


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