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Also importantly, Warner Bros/DC’s Justice League is going on November 17. That sets it day-and-date with the rest of the world, outside Japan, and is a nice coup for the film. The last two DC titles to head to the Middle Kingdom, Wonder Woman and Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice, grossed $90.5M and $95.8M, respectively there.
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