Aquaman 2 has already raked in $4.5 million in previews at the box office.

Aquaman is making his way back to theaters in a gradual and steady manner, but it is possible that he can come out on top at the box office.

In its previews on Thursday, the most recent installment in the DC Universe film franchise, "Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom,"

brought in a total of $4.5 million at the domestic box office.

The superhero sequel, which will be the last part of the DC Extended Universe (DCEU) before it is rebooted by DC Studios executives James Gunn and Peter Safran,

is shaping up to be the latest failure of the year. This comes after "The Flash," "Blue Beetle," and "Shazam! Fury of the Gods" all failed to meet expectations during their respective box office performances

During the four-day holiday weekend, which includes Christmas Day on Monday, it is anticipated that "Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom"

would earn between $35 million and $40 million in revenue. Despite the fact that it is lower than the $67 million start that the original "Aquaman" had in 2018, 

which was five years ago, the movie went on to make an astonishing $335 million in North America and $1.15 billion worldwide. 

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