“THE MARVELS” is tracking to earn $140M

The not highly but anticipated sequel to “Captain Marvel,” titledTHE MARVELS,” is poised to make a grand entrance at the box office, with early projections indicating a worldwide opening weekend haul of $140 million. While this figure falls slightly below the global debuts of its predecessors, “Eternals” ($160 million) and “Black Widow” ($148 million), it still represents a significant achievement in the current cinematic landscape.

The Marvels Box Office Opening
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The Marvels Soaring Towards a Stellar Box Office Opening

Despite the global box office slowdown caused by the pandemic, Marvel Studios has demonstrated its resilience, consistently delivering box office hits that captivate audiences worldwide. “THE MARVELS” is expected to continue this trend, driven by the enduring popularity of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) and the excitement surrounding the return of Brie Larson’s Carol Danvers, the titular Captain Marvel.

The film also boasts a star-studded ensemble cast, including Teyonah Parris as Monica Rambeau and Iman Vellani as Kamala Khan, a.k.a. Ms. Marvel. These characters have already garnered a dedicated following through their appearances in other MCU projects, further fueling anticipation for their big-screen team-up.

“THE MARVELS” is set to introduce new dimensions to the MCU, exploring the cosmic realm and delving deeper into the characters’ complex relationships. With its captivating storyline, stunning visuals, and beloved characters, the film is poised to become another resounding success for Marvel Studios.

Here’s a closer look at the projected box office performance of “THE MARVELS” in comparison to its predecessors:

**FilmProjected Opening Weekend**
THE MARVELS$140 million
ETERNALS$160 million
BLACK WIDOW$148 million
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While “ETERNALS” holds the highest projected opening weekend among the three films, it’s important to consider the context of its release. Debuting in November 2021, “ETERNALS” faced the lingering effects of the pandemic, which may have impacted its box office performance.

“BLACK WIDOW,” on the other hand, benefited from a hybrid release strategy, premiering simultaneously in theaters and on Disney+, leading to a strong opening weekend. However, its overall box office run was hindered by piracy concerns and the ongoing pandemic.

“THE MARVELS” is expected to find its sweet spot between these two scenarios, capitalizing on the MCU’s enduring popularity while navigating the current box office landscape. The film’s strong early projections indicate that it’s well on its way to becoming another box office powerhouse for Marvel Studios.

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