Movie doesn’t appear to be going to hit 200m international box office. Closer to 160m.
80 million or so. Double that for for streaming/tv/dvd equivalent and we are at about 160M which is still far off from ad and production budgets 200-250M. Merchandising helps, but it’s hard to see it as helping that much.
I think the movie likely loses money overall or at some point in the distant future limps to a tiny profit.
There’s a chance this is wrong it might be the biggest streaming and dvd/tv* success in a decade but it’s doubtful.
Unlike @Zardnaar and the others though I am taking into account the other revenue streams by estimation.
I dont think that is the issue. Most audience and critics like the film. I think its more likely it was sandwiched between things people really know and really like (Wick, Mario). Nobody (outside D&D core fans and even then...) really knows what D&D is exactly. There are so many settings, monsters, etc... There is nothing folks can point to and say "yeap, D&D". It just comes off as generic fantasy. Which is why I think the series have more potential to build the identity.