Marvel’s preorder sales are less than those of two infamous DCEU bombs.

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The Marvel movie’s ticket presales are less than those of two previous DCEU blockbusters, which might be bad news for the film before it opens. The Marvels is reportedly tracking for less than $70 million, which is less than the $71.2 million opening of Eternals in 2021. With its first weekend of release, The Marvels would become one of the Marvel Studios films with the lowest box office receipts. Pre-sale for The Marvels is reportedly outpacing that of Black Adam and The Flash, with openings of $67 million and $55 million, respectively. Both films are viewed as box office busts, and it can be interpreted as a negative indicator that The Marvels isn’t selling as many tickets before its premiere. A multitude of things might impact The Marvels’ box office performance, but it hasn’t helped that the cast hasn’t been allowed to be involved in the big-budget movie’s marketing. The idea that Hollywood is experiencing “superhero fatigue” has also been discussed recently, and it may be one of the reasons why both Marvel and DC have experienced declining box office performance. Disney allegedly spent more than $270 million on the production of the movie, so the movie may be having a difficult time turning a profit.

In an earlier interview on the film, The Marvels director Nia DaCosta stated, “I think superhero fatigue absolutely exists” to Total Film. “The Marvels is really bizarre and goofy, which is the largest distinction from the other MCU films released to yet. The planets we visit in this film are not like any other worlds in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Luminous realms beyond your previous perceptions.” The Marvels, which was written by DaCosta, Megan McDonnell, and Elissa Karasik, was directed by DaCosta. As the movie begins, Monica Rambeau (Teyonah Parris) has been enmeshed in the world of Captain Marvel (Brie Larson), Kamala Khan (Iman Vellani), and Carol Danvers (Carol Danvers). The three of them must work together to discover why, while using their talents, they constantly switch bodies. Along with Samuel L. Jackson, Park Seo-joon, Randall Park, Gary Lewis, and Shamier Anderson, Zawe Ashton plays the villain Dar-Benn in the movie.

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