Blockbuster

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Commercial TriumphPlay
Describes something very successful in entertainment, often implies widespread popularity. SlideThe Avengers series became a blockbuster franchise in cinemas worldwide.
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Big BudgetPlay
Often associated with high production costs and large-scale promotions. SlideThe film studio invested heavily in their next blockbuster.
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Expectation of SuccessPlay
Before release, if predicted to be very successful, it's sometimes called a blockbuster. SlideThey expected her new album to be a blockbuster.