French box office of March 15: The Batman remains in the lead, Goliath starts well

Building permits is the second novelty to enter the top 10 this week. (Source: French Film)

With 635,144 onlookers moved to 737 cinemas in France, The Batman remains at the top of the French weekly ranking. In two weeks, this Matt Reeves blockbuster worn by Robert Pattinson was seen by 1.8 million people. Faced with this big success, the competition is quite far behind, even if the new Goliathan eco-thriller with Gilles Lellouche and Pierre Niney, and Building permit, a comedy carried by Didier Bourdon, did well by taking second and fourth position, respectively thanks to 267,284 and 211,995 admissions recorded for 502 and 437 screens. Between the two, the comedy Retirement homewith Kev Adams and Gérard Depardieu, is holding up, but it must be said that it has the largest distribution at the moment: 898 screens.

Goliath deciphered by its director, Frédéric Tellier

In the rest of the ranking, Uncharted passes 2 million admissions in one month and the documentary The Oak gains 18% in attendance, going from 267 to 416 theaters this week. He thus accumulates 160 tickets. Remember that the number of spectators should increase relatively next week, since as part of the Cinema Springorganized from Sunday 20 to Tuesday 22 March, the classic cinema ticket is 4 euros for all (excluding additional cost for a 3D screening, for example).

French weekly box office from March 9 to 15, 2022:

  French box office of March 15: The Batman remains in the lead, Goliath starts well
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