Marvel Can't Be Excused About What Happening With Doctor Strange 2

Marvel Can't Be Excused About What Happening With Doctor Strange 2 ...

The Doctor Strange 2 numbers are in great numbers, but they aren''t good for Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, no matter what the theater''s parallel, although it was not successful. First, there are questions about whether or not Doctor Strange 2 will be released on the market for the first time since May 13 and 16. In addition, the website, with several reviews, has raised awareness about the film''s potential potential, and it is also concerned that there will be no shortage of movie visitors. However,

The Doctor Strange 2 figures from the weekend box office are in, and they arent good for Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, no matter which parallel universe youe from. However, Disney is hoping that Marvel films will achieve strong returns without characters like Spider-Man, Iron Man, and Captain America. In its second weekend (May 13-15), Spider-Man: No Way Home was a nearly identical drop, with a 68 percent increase in the amount of time spent on the box office.

First, it must be said that Doctor Strange 2 had a $187 million opening weekend following its May 6 premiere. That was enough to be the third largest May opening of all time, but the actual box office haul now stands at nearly $292 million. However, Disney is relying on the film to propel Phase 4 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) in the post-Avengers era. Because Sony controls Spider-Man movies, Disney cannot count on the web-slinger to carry the Marvel franchise.

Doctor Strange 2''s declining returns are consistent with mixed reviews and a fanbase disagrees on its opinion. It also contained the negative feature of the day-and-date streaming feature, something Doctor Strange 2 does not. Even as the Blu-ray/4K home release loomed, Spider-Man: No Way Home was still selling tickets on over 1,000 screens 100 days after its release.

Doctor Strange 2, which is likely to affect moviegoers on the fence, has a 74% score on Rotten Tomatoes, but CinemaScore has only rated it a B+. According to Comscore and Creen Engine PostTrak reports, only 27% of moviegoers said they intend to see it again, falling below 36% who indicated they would see No Way Home again. That lack of moviegoer enthusiasm is a problem for the film and for Disney.

While Doctor Strange 2 isn''t capable of taking the lead in large films, it''s good to see the sequel coming back to Disney''s goal list, and the good early reviews may lead to a longer term for ticket sales. As far as Marvel films go, Thor: Love and Thunder will debut on July 8, and stronger fan support might be in a bigger box office.

However, Black Panther: Wakanda Forever will debut in November, and there are already concerns about the film''s potentiality, which will also enrage viewers, despite Chadwick Boseman''s death in 2020. The Guardians of the Galaxy Volume 3 will be released at Christmas, which should do well, as long as fans are not continually turned off by sub-par Marvel films in the interim.

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