Unsurprising rating for The Marvels despite divergent runtime reports

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The Marvels receives an official rating ahead of time, but there are contradictory claims over how long viewers will have to wait in theatres to see it when it debuts. According to rumours, the Captain Marvel sequel has the same unexpected PG-13 classification as the first film. Multiple theatres have advertised various runtimes for the Marvel Cinematic Universe film The Marvels, thus the exact duration isn’t yet known. The Marvels is reported as having a duration of 2 hours and 20 minutes at Odeon and exactly 2 hours at Cineworld, according to reports. The runtimes given here are considerably longer than the one anticipated by insider Cryptic HD Quality, who has correctly forecast the length of a number of prior Disney films. If accurate, Cryptic HD Quality’s assertion that the movie’s duration is actually 1 hour and 33 minutes would make it the shortest MCU film ever. The Incredible Hulk from 2008 and Thor: The Dark World from 2013 both hold the record for the shortest MCU films ever, with each having a runtime of 1 hour and 52 minutes.

As part of the investigation into a wormhole connected to the Kree, the three characters—Kamala Khan/Ms. Marvel, Teyonah Parris as Monica Rambeau and Iman Vellani as Kamala Khan/Captain Marvel—seek to understand why their talents are inextricably entwined with The Marvels. The Marvels, a film by Nia Dacosta, has been marketed as a “silly” sequel to fight superhero weariness. In addition, Samuel L. Jackson reprises his role as former SHIELD director Nick Fury in The Marvels, which is set up by the events of Secret Invasion. Disney made a significant financial investment in The Marvels, which ultimately cost $219.8 million to produce after receiving a $55 million subsidy for filming in the United Kingdom. Since 2015’s Ant-Man, the eagerly awaited sequel has become the most affordable MCU production. on the midst of the excitement, there have been a few minor issues that fans have debated, such Carol Danvers’ age being revealed and the way her face appeared on movie posters. But according to DaCosta, the film has been getting good reviews even before it opens. After Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 and Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania, The Marvels is the most recent Phase 5 film to debut this year. The WGA and SAG-AFTRA strikes caused Marvel to postpone a large portion of their forthcoming film schedule, but The Marvels kept its original release date and recently unveiled its IMAX teaser.

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