The Marvels is officially the lowest-grossing film in the history of the MCU.
The superhero sequel reached only $80 million USD in North America and $197 million USD globally just after four weeks on the big screen.
The performance of “The Marvels” fell short of expectations, prompting Disney to announce that the studio will no longer provide updates on the film’s box office earnings, as reported by Comicbook
Despite being anticipated as a comic book franchise tentpole, the film struggled with a domestic gross of $80 million and an international gross of $197 million, making it the lowest-grossing installment in the franchise’s history.
In response to the disappointing box office figures, the studio issued a memo stating that reporting on international/global grosses for “The Marvels” would cease.
With The Marvels box office now winding down,
we will stop weekend reporting of international/global grosses on this title.”
This decision, especially after the film’s four weeks in theaters, is considered unusual within the superhero franchise landscape, as noted by Comicbook.
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