Ant-Man 3’s box office run is almost over and could be the shortest of the entire MCU in theaters
Marvel Studios movie, ‘Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania’, has been one of the UCM’s biggest box office flops. Like this, direct and without hot cloths. With only five weeks in theaters, its run at the box office is almost over and it could become the shortest MCU in theaters.
Even though it had a record opening weekend of $106 million, its daily record is falling week by week and it’s already earning less than the first two films in the franchise at the same point as the other installments. . Failure, in capital letters and with neon lights.
Ant-Man 3, one of the biggest box office hits in the Marvel Universe
The second weekend of the third installment registered a record drop in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The figures for ‘Quantumania’ are lower than those for ‘Ant-Man’ and the Wasp, and even if it were to match its predecessor’s performance in the future, it would have already surpassed at least 95% of its box office total.
Quantumania’s box office performance has been disappointing, experiencing large declines in weeks 3, 4 and 5, suggesting that its theatrical life cycle is nearing its end after just six weeks. Domestically, the film has only grossed $210 million, down from the $216.6 million earned by ‘Ant-Man and the Wasp’.
The amount of money it generates on a daily basis has been steadily declining, meaning it is unlikely to surpass its predecessor’s total collection.
Given that it has grossed close to 97 percent of its domestic box office total, the film might have one of the shortest theatrical runs in the entire MCU. ‘Captain America: The Winter Soldier’ spent 63 days in theaters, but it grossed more than double that at the time of its release, which means that the fourth installment may never see the light of day.
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