Translation of blockbuster in Spanish:

blockbuster

éxito de taquilla, n.

Pronunciation: /ˈblɒkbʌstə//ˈblɑkˌbəstər/

noun

  • 1

    (movie) éxito de taquilla masculine
    (book) bestseller masculine
    (masculine or feminine) (book) superventas
    • They elect presidents and make films into blockbusters and books into bestsellers.
    • I have done a whole body of work - classy blockbusters, completely commercial films and art movies.
    • Films - especially blockbusters - have always done a great job of reflecting current American sentiment.
    • This film delivers blockbuster action, but its blistering pace leaves the story as soulless as the monsters that inhabit it.
    • Did you dub it in Hindi with an intention of getting into blockbuster films in Bollywood?
    • Big blockbuster films tend to creak under their own weight and the momentum of them, for an actor, sometimes just gets in the way.
    • It's really easy to write a mainstream pop song, a bestselling novel, a blockbuster film…
    • By the time a blockbuster film shows itself in the multiplex there are so many column inches, trailers, TV specials and web-sites about it that you feel you have already seen the film.
    • You were restricted only to the blockbuster films in a small town.
    • Maybe you're not going to film a blockbuster movie after you lose weight, but, you know, you could treat yourself to a massage.
    • With its amazing array of talents and personalities, this film could serve as a sort of template for the later star-laden blockbuster disaster films.
    • We need a convincing experience - like a blockbuster Hollywood film can deliver, when we get sucked into a great 2-hour film.
    • Do you prefer blockbusters or smaller films?
    • The story of your relationship could be a blockbuster film or a Shakespeare play.
    • Consequently, in a new millennium that has been dominated by Hollywood blockbusters and British rom-coms, many film buffs have been looking abroad for their cinematic kicks.
    • For example, the contemporary American cinema tends to position teenagers at the center of audiences for blockbuster films.
    • But more importantly, the festival lets you take a break from those big Hollywood blockbuster films.
    • She's rich and successful, a best-selling novelist whose devoted fans have made her books and movies commercial blockbusters.
    • Not only is she one of America's most respected space scientists, she was also the model for the heroine of a blockbuster Hollywood film.
    • The big production houses are mostly putting their money on the blockbuster category of films with a big star cast that promise money.
  • 2

    (bomb)
    bomba de demolición feminine