The Marvels don't seem to be getting much excitement, which has led to subpar pre-sale tickets. To learn more about it, keep reading!
As Captain Marvel, Brie Larson makes her screen debut in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The first film from 2019 has the eleventh-best opening in the history of the MCU. Additionally,
The Marvels, a follow-up to the Ms. Marvel series onDisney+, is set to premiere soon and stars Brie Larson, Iman Vellani, Teyonah Parris, Park Seo Joon from Korea, and more.
But it doesn't seem to be getting much attention, which is why pre-sale tickets aren't selling well. The Marvels aren't trending in a way that would draw in viewers. Will the MCU's next film have the worst opening ever
The Marvels is reportedly expected to make between $50 to $75 million domestically on its opening weekend, while Captain Marvel made $153.4 million on the same weekend four years prior in 2019.
As reported by The Direct, Box Office Insider Luiz Fernando claims that the pre-sale tickets for the Brie Larson film are the lowest in the MCU's history
even in the post-COVID era—evidencing the film's inability to pique viewers' curiosity. The MCU's fandom may be ending with Captain Marvel's sequel, which might also lead to low box office receipts.
Not even The Eternals, which had a dismal box office haul, had such bad pre-sale ticket sales as Marvel's 2019 film Spider-Man: Far From Home. For those who don't know,