Nia DaCostawho drives The Marvels, has admitted that audiences may well be tired of superhero movies. The figures and reviews of the latest DC movies (from Black Adam until the most recent, Blue Beetle) agree with him, but his own company, Marvel Studios, is not exempt from said decline. Although Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 liked it and had a satisfactory collection, before it was Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania inaugurating the Phase 5. And he didn’t do it in a big way.
The last Ant-Man has been marked by a certain disdain from the public as well as controversies such as the judicial process of its villain, Jonathan Majorsand some very poor visual effects that could well have expelled its manager from the company, Victoria Alonso. Besides there it is secret invasion like a series that has barely had an audience in Disney+ and that it has been very expensive, in correspondence to The Marvels. 275 million dollars has cost this sequel Captain Marvel, perhaps causing some tension in the studio now. But DaCosta believes that The Marvels It will combat superhero fatigue.
The director has defended how light it is as opposed to other Marvel films, and it turns out that the length of The Marvels has come to prove him right: The Marvels It is going to be the shortest film ever to come out of Marvel Studios. According to official data from the chain AMC TheatersDaCosta’s film lasts 1 hour and 45 minutes, 105 minutes You’re welcome, which contrast with the usually loose durations that cross the cinema blockbuster, and particularly Marvel Studios. The longest film from this factory is Avengers: Endgame with 181 minutesbut these productions usually do not go under two hours.
Of the 31 movies that Marvel has released to date, only seven They last less than 120 minutes. The Marvels goes on to lead the ranking. They follow him Thor: The Dark World and The incredible Hulk (which until now topped this list with 112 minutes), and later on thor and Doctor Strange with 115 minutes, Ant-Man with 117, Ant-Man and the Wasp with 118, and Thor: Love and Thunder with 119 minutes. It’s certainly encouraging that The Marvels has trimmed its footage to just over an hour and a half.
The Marvels continues so much Captain Marvel like a Disney+ series, Ms. Marvelwhich brings together three heroines: the aforementioned Captain Marvel, whose secret identity is Carol Danvers and is once again played by Brie Larsoncomes accompanied by Ms. Marvel/Kamala Khan (Iman Vellani) and Photon/Monica Rambeau (Teyonah Parris), which debuted in Scarlet Witch and Vision. The Marvels The premiere is scheduled for this November 10.
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