Warner Bros. Pictures President Alan Horn talked to the Los Angeles Times about the performance of Superman Returns and echoed director Bryan Singer’s comments from Comic-Con that they are hoping for a sequel in 2009:
Horn expects “Superman Returns” to eventually gross about $400 million worldwide, more than last year’s hit “Batman Begins.” Nonetheless, “Superman” fell at least $100 million short of his expectations.
“I thought it was a very successful movie, but I think it should have done $500 million worldwide,” Horn said. “We should have had perhaps a little more action to satisfy the young male crowd.”
Still, he’s betting Warner has firmly reestablished the “Superman” franchise and is planning another installment for summer 2009.
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Source: Los Angeles Times