Although "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" has attained big revenues in the box office, it has been rumored to affect Warner Bros. future film projects and its future. In line with that, there is a rising notion that the movie shattered the future of the much-acclaimed film company.
Given the fact that the movie generated high expenses and the returns were not able to satiate the released budget, rising notions of "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" shattering the film company's financial strength continue to rise. In line with that, even the critics were not too thrilled of the outcomes of the movie and on how the high expectations were not met. All the more, notions of shattering the core foundation of the film company Warner Bros. remain unverified and unsettled for now.
Meanwhile, Business Insider revealed, "Warner Bros. has changed its upcoming film schedule and added dates for three untitled projects through 2020, and the Andy Serkis-directed Jungle Book, which was slated for October 6, 2017, has been pushed back a year to October 19, 2018."
Also, it stands to reason that Warner Bros. is altering its business strategy owing to the existing fan and critical backlash to the "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice." It's focusing more closely on franchise-based films in hopes that they will generate hits, according to the same report.
It is undeniable that in terms of business, profits and enterprises, the mere idea of loss is always lurking in the corner. It is not only happening to Warner Bros. and its "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" movie but it has affected other enterprises such as the Fiat Chrysler Automobiles and the incident of sacking 1,300 people off their list, as noted by Jobs & Hire.
In a competitive industry, businesses must constantly evolve and rise above the level of mediocrity and for Warner Bros, the business lesson that "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" movie has brought to them will always resonate through time and remind them to transform their business strategies, as well as offer more perks to the table in order to reign supreme in the box office limelight.