Years of step by step declining field workplace numbers for the Marvel Cinematic Universe have led many followers and filmmakers to surprise if superhero fatigue had begun to set in amongst moviegoers. However whereas disappointing outcomes for movies resembling “Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania” and “Physician Unusual within the Multiverse of Insanity” rose eyebrows, “The Marvels” may wind up being the studio’s greatest monetary failure but.
The pseudo-sequel to “Captain Marvel,” which sees Brie Larson’s eponymous superhero staff up with Iman Vellani‘s “Ms. Marvel” from the Disney+ sequence of the identical title, opened to a franchise-low $46 million earlier than dropping 78 p.c throughout its second weekend in theaters. It seems positioned to be the primary MCU movie to not crack $100 million on the home field workplace throughout its whole run.
Whereas the decreased public curiosity in Marvel films will likely be a topic of countless debate amongst executives and field workplace analysts, one of many movie’s stars isn’t too fearful about the issue. In a brand new interview with Yahoo Leisure, Vellani mentioned that the movie’s field workplace efficiency doesn’t concern her as an actor.
“I don’t need to deal with one thing that’s not even in my management, as a result of what’s the purpose?,” Vellani mentioned. “That’s for Bob Iger.”
Vellani, whose look within the movie marked the massive display screen debut of her Kamala Khan character, defined that she is content material to have made a film that she is happy with with collaborators that she likes. Past that, she doesn’t fear herself with exterior elements.
“[The box office] has nothing to do with me,” she mentioned. “I’m proud of the completed product, and the people who I care about loved the movie. It’s genuinely a great time watching this film, and that’s all we will ask for with these movies. It has superheroes, it happen in house, it’s not that deep and it’s about teamwork and sisterhood. It’s a enjoyable film, and I’m simply so blissful that I can share it with individuals.”
No matter what’s subsequent for the MCU, Vellani ought to get at the least another shot at field workplace glory, as she is slated to go well with up as Ms. Marvel once more within the upcoming “Avengers: Secret Wars.”