The film surpassed other streaming productions, but the Wonder Woman sequel is still ahead!
Zack Snyder’s Justice League has been widely watched and commented on since its release, but according to data released by Deadline, the film didn’t outrun audiences for Wonder Woman 1984 on its opening weekend.
The survey, carried out by the Samba TV company, indicates that Snyder’s production reached 1.8 million households between March 19 and 21, while in the same period, the second Wonder Woman film was watched in 2.2 million households.
Released on Christmas 2020, Wonder Woman 1984 managed to reach over 3 million in just 6 days, according to data from Samba TV.
To collect the numbers, the company evaluated the information available through smart TVs. This means that other devices have not been taken into account. It should also be noted that this number does not take into account movies watched completely, but households where more than five minutes of productions have been viewed.
While it didn’t make it past the second Wonder Woman film, Snyder’s film fared better than Marvel’s new series, Falcon and the Winter Soldier, which opened last Friday, the 19th. Disney + production was close, reaching 1.7 million households, 100,000 fewer than the new version of Justice League.
Disney itself said earlier this week that the series starring Sam Wilson and Bucky Barnes has become the platform’s first most-watched movie, and the numbers shared by Samba TV support that claim.
Zack Snyder’s Justice League is available in Brazil in video-on-demand format until April 7.
If you’ve seen the movie, check out the differences between the two versions of Justice League here: