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The Marvels.


Since I don’t do the “critics’ screening,” I have tickets for the November 9th showing of “The Marvels.”

I’m one of those people who don’t like critic screenings because I don’t like watching something that I can’t discuss with my friends right away.

My box office training also comes in handy at odd moments. For instance, I always like to load Fandango and check out the presales.


When a Marvel movie comes out, it usually sells out in minutes.

The first day of The Marvels I loaded up the page for the Thursday night screening and had my choice of seats.

I was the first person to buy a ticket for this show. At this point, I started worrying because I had done the same thing with other 2023 Marvel movies.


At this point, I started to get worried because I had done the same thing with other 2023 Marvel movies.

Box office tracking is as close to a coin flip as it gets when it comes to The Marvels. Early tracking has dropped expectations to around $70 million.

The Marvels have been in the news for a while now, and it’s clear that there’s something going on.




It’s no secret that the industry is not happy with what we’ve seen so far this year, especially when it comes to the box office.

We’ve seen Guardians of the Galaxy vol. 3 sell a ton of tickets in its first two days, and we’re still waiting for the numbers to come back in.

On top of that, there’s been a drop in presales on The Marvels. It’s not as good as we’d like to see.




This brings us to a sudden story that is both confusing and completely understandable.

It seems that The Marvels is going to bring a new character into the MCU, but one that is one of the original Avengers.

I won’t go into specifics for obvious reasons here, but it will be someone that you know.






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