An attempt to reboot the superhero franchise debuted with just $26.2 million at North American theaters this weekend, according to studio estimates on Sunday.
The list of male superheroes starring in their own films is bigger than Tony Stark’s ego. However, a new surge of female power could finally electrify the genre.
Marvel’s “Ant-Man” punched above its weight at the weekend box office, debuting with an estimated $58 million, while Amy Schumer’s “Trainwreck” also opened strongly with $30.2 million.
The “Age of Ultron” is not over. The “Avengers” sequel topped the box office for the second weekend in a row with an estimated $77.2 million according to Sunday estimates.
The Avengers are mighty, but not enough to beat themselves. The sequel earned a staggering $187.7 million in its debut, making it the second biggest U.S. opening of all time.
Comedy, action and special effects. The “Ant-Man” trailer starring Paul Rudd has all of it. The movie hits theaters on July 17.
Sony and Marvel are finally bringing Spider-Man and the Avengers back together. The studios announced a deal late Monday night where the two film franchises will cross over.
Marvel unveiled the titles and release dates of its upcoming superhero films through 2019 during a Tuesday event. The schedule includes a mix of sequels and originals.
“Guardians of the Galaxy” blasted past expectations at the weekend box office, earning $94 million in its debut weekend, according to studio estimates on Sunday.
Mark Ruffalo had a big smile on his face as he signed ticket stubs and posed for pictures, as Leilani Munter’s car included an ad for his The Solutions Project organization.
The new Captain America will be African American. Marvel superhero The Falcon will take over as the patriotic Avenger in an upcoming installment of the comic book series.
“X-Men: Days of Future Past” debuted with $91 million, beating last weekend’s top hit, the sci-fi adventure “Godzilla,” which earned another $31.4 million in its second weekend.