Iman Valani as Kamala Khan/Mrs. Marvel at Marvels has been indifferent to the film’s box office performance since its Nov. 10 release — opening $47 million domestically and less than $100 million worldwide, the weakest start for a Marvel film since 2008’s The Incredible Hulk Is.
When by Yahoo Entertainment “I don’t want to focus on something that’s not even in my control, because what’s the point? It’s for Bob Iger,” Velani, 21, said of the film’s financial performance. [The box office] It has nothing to do with me.” Velani added that he was “satisfied with the final product and that the people I care about enjoyed the film.”
Marvel’s had the worst first and second weekends in MCU history at the US box office. That performance wasn’t exactly a surprise, given earlier predictions of an $80 million opening weekend in the US. Deadline It is estimated to be around $60 million or less than $50 million.
Box office tracking, while not an exact science, usually approximates the release, although predictions may not always match actual results. In this instance, reality exceeded expectations. However, given the reported budget of $220 million (not including marketing and advertising costs, which are not included in that figure), the film is still a long way from turning a profit.
GameSpot’s The Marvels review gave the film a score of 7/10, calling it “pointless fun”. You can read other reviews for the latest MCU entry here in our roundup, which reveals a mixed view among critics. You can also read our article on how to “crack” the MCU.
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