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Marvel Shouldn't Be Worried, but the 'Eternals&&/will not be affluent

Marvel Shouldn't Be Worried, but the 'Eternals&&/will not be affluent

In the blockbuster Marvel Cinematic Universe, Disney's superhero adventure Eternals debuted to $71 million at the domestic box office, a tally that would typically be called savagely disappointment in the movie-writer.

Marvel movies rarely miss at the box office; all 26 movies have opened at No. 1 in North America, and many recent installments have ultimately glided globally with ease. Box office observers and comic book fans expect their entries to generate more than $100 million in their opening weekends. Anything less, according to Marvel standards, is classified as a misstep.

Unlike any other MCU, Eternals was a strong start. With the opening of the big-budget adaptation, featuring an ensemble cast of Angelina Jolie, Gemma Chan, Salma Hayek, Richard Madden and Kit Harington, the two won the worst opening weekends in the hollywood Black Widow and The Legend of The Ten Rings (five million dollars), and the Girl despite the previous jubilation

The movie is a creative departure for Marvel. Different is good when it keeps it fresh, but also can shake the fan base.

Since Eternals premiered in the same year as three new Disney-centric television series, WandaVision, The Falcon and the Winter Soldier and Loki in addition to two big-screen feature films in Shang-Chi, and Black Widow, the box office is often a big sign of why Marvel's fans are constantly getting tired of the superheroes.

Unlike Angelina Jolie, the 'Eternals' had very unique challenges, and not like the one who knew it, they had no big-name stars, says Jeff Bock, an analyst. It isnt like Marvel is taking a dip. They ran into swarms of heroes that absolutely nobody had heard of.

The movie isn't as popular as other MCU titles. It doesn've gotten a bad rating, and it's not the same as the first movie that came out of the original.

The first and second weekend of the movie will be more important in its sophomore performance. The second resurgence of Shang-Chi has been pronounced in the second half of its second quarter of theater sales.

Until 2022, 2023, Marvel's upcoming slate features several new characters who became household names, such as Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness and Thor: Love and Thunder and "The Marvels / Quantumania.

The third film to feature Tom Holland as the web-slinging hero seems to be a commercial success. The three films have become the first to cross $100 million in the box office debut on Dec. 17. This means that past Spideys Tobey MaGuire and Andrew Garfield, as well as villains like Doctor Octopus and Jamie Foxxs Electro, may appear alongside Holland.

When we enter the upcoming 'Spider-Man: Far From Home' the last three MCU films that we have used to to play before COVID-19, such as Doctor Strange and Thor. These are the heavy hitters.

Or, as Bock puts it, Marvel is a slate with all of our friends who know and love us all, and Those films will be just fine.