The latest Marvel Cinematic Universe film, “The Marvels,” had the lowest opening weekend in franchise history, earning just $47 million.
This female-led sequel to “Captain Marvel” disappointed compared to previous Marvel hits, falling short of lowered expectations.
The film’s underperformance is attributed to the recent actors’ strike and a possible sense of superhero fatigue, despite other successful superhero films. (Trending: Photos Released Of Cocaine Found In White House)
“The film currently has a 62% critics score and 84% audience rating on Rotten Tomatoes.”
The New York Times reviewer said, “You’ve seen this movie 32 times before.”
The Guardian’s reviewer said, “You get the sense that everyone involved is going through the motions” and referred to it as a “tepid franchise addition.”
Despite praise for its female leads and director, the film received mixed reviews, with critics citing tired tropes and lackluster execution.
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