Tag: Thor: Love and Thunder

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 Box Office Predictions are Low

The Guardians’ last ride may have some trouble taking off. According to Deadline, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3, the final installment in the series and the next Marvel Cinematic Universe release, is tracking for a $130 million domestic opening weekend. On the surface, that may not look bad (and ...

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Victoria Alonso Out at Marvel

I don’t want to get anyone’s hopes up too high, but Marvel Studios has made its first rational decision in a long time (aside from “delaying” a bunch of awful-sounding productions nobody wants). The Hollywood Reporter has exclusively revealed that Marvel executive Victoria Alonso “parted w...

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What Does Quantumania’s Box Office Drop Mean for Marvel?

Ant-Man and the Wasp are being squashed like bugs. In its second weekend, Marvel’s latest superhero outing, Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania, dropped from its $106 million domestic opening to just under $32 million, according to The Numbers. This is a 70% drop, the worst in the MCU’s history. I...

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Kevin Feige Interview Gives Clues About Phases 5 and 6

Kevin Feige has a plan for the MCU… maybe. Entertainment Weekly sat down with the president of Marvel Studios for an extensive interview, and Feige talked about what he and Marvel learned from Phase 4 and what we can expect from Phases 5 and 6. Whatever your feelings on the current state of the MC...

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Chris Hemsworth Almost Done with Thor?

Is Chris Hemsworth preparing to hang up his hammer? In an interview with Vanity Fair (the entirety of which is a good read if you’re interested), Hemsworth is asked about his future as Thor in the Marvel Cinematic Universe and has this to say: “I don’t know. I think there’d be more t...

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Marvel’s Phase 4 Profits are Down by Half

Marvel Studios is facing a much more menacing villain than Kang the Conqueror or Doctor Doom: declining profits. The Wall Street Journal reports that Marvel’s Phase 4 output has been underperforming mightily. “Since Disney acquired Marvel in 2009, the studio has produced 25 superhero films that ...

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