, worldwide, barely covered the film's production costs. Add in the cost of marketing -- reported to be pretty high for this film -- and you're in the hole. Divide the profits between the distributor (Warner Bros.) and the exhibitors (theatres) and things are looking even more dire.
Geoff Johns says that "he hopes the character gets another film," and he'll probably get his wish, sooner rather than later. Just not a film that is a sequel to this version.