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Entertainment‘Captain Marvel’ Flying to $150 Million-Plus Opening in North America

00:40  09 march  2019
00:40  09 march  2019 Source:   variety.com

'Captain Marvel' Tracking for Marvelous $100M-Plus Debut

'Captain Marvel' Tracking for Marvelous $100M-Plus Debut Disney and Marvel's first female-led superhero movie flies into U.S. theaters on March 8.

Captain Marvel , Marvel Studios' first female-led solo superhero film, is tracking an opening weekend of 0 million , according to early estimates. It's also a few weeks away from opening in theaters, so estimates could fluctuate even further. The film's official trailer brought in nearly 109 million views

Already projected to hit 0 million when it crashes to Earth this weekend, Captain Marvel could even end up approaching a $ 150 million opening in U.S The setup for Danvers’ role in next month’s final conflict with Thanos already was on track to vie with Wonder Woman’s 3.3 million opening

‘Captain Marvel’ Flying to $150 Million-Plus Opening in North America © Chuck Zlotnick

Captain Marvel” is heading for a dazzling opening weekend of at least $150 million in North America, early estimates showed Friday.

Should the projections hold, “Captain Marvel” will wind up with one of the top 20 domestic opening weekends of all time. Sony’s “Spider-Man 3” has the 19th-highest launch frame with $151.1 million in 2007. It will be the biggest opening title since “Incredibles 2” launched with $182 million in June.

The projections follow an impressive $20.7 million take from Thursday night previews, the 18th-highest preview number of all time and the fifth-biggest for a Marvel title, behind only the second and third “Avengers,” “Black Panther,” and “Captain America: Civil War.”

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Captain Marvel 's opening weekend could be just as powerful as the woman herself Captain Marvel is ready to save lives and the domestic box office this weeke, as reports indicate that Carol Danvers flying in somewhere between 5M and what some are suggesting could be a $ 150 M opening is

Captain Marvel opening weekend predictions are in, and the film is tracking big. Deadline says the film is “hoping” for a $ 150 million opening , but later in their article, they admit that “tracking does show a 0M-0M start” for the superhero origin story.

The Disney-Marvel tentpole, which expands to 4,310 sites on Friday, has been expected to take in at least $125 million this weekend, with some forecasts in the $150 million range. “Captain Marvel” — the 21st title in the Marvel Cinematic Universe and the first to center on a female superhero — should post the best start for a standalone superhero film since Marvel’s “Black Panther” launched with $202 million in 2018.

“Captain Marvel” has already taken in $78 million in its first two days from 25 international markets, including $34 million on its opening day in China.

Larson stars as Carol Danvers, the pilot who becomes the vastly powerful Captain Marvel after the Earth is caught at the center of a galactic conflict in 1995. The cast includes Samuel L. Jackson, Ben Mendelsohn, Djimon Hounsou, Lee Pace, Lashana Lynch, Gemma Chan, Annette Bening, Clark Gregg, and Jude Law. The movie is written and directed by Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck.

Brie Larson drops by movie theater to surprise Captain Marvel fans

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In contrast, Captain Marvel opens during a quiet period at the box office and several soft performers. The Marvel superhero opens against no other Other big March performers in North America include Beauty and the Beast's 4.7 million opening (the all-time highest stateside gross for the month of

It could earn up to $ 150 million . Marvel ’s first female-fronted superhero pic, starring Brie Larson, is tracking to open this weekend to a mighty 5 million to 5 million at the North American box office, where revenue year to date is down 26 percent over 2018 following a dismal February, which

Universal’s third weekend of “How to Train Your Dragon: Hidden Kingdom” will finish second with about $17 million, lifting its 17-day domestic total to about $122 million. Lionsgate’s second weekend of “Tyler Perry’s A Madea Family Funeral” will follow in third with about $9 million.

“Captain America” appears likely to pull in more than the entire take of the same weekend last year, which totaled about $140 million. It’s the start of a potential rebound from what’s been a dismal year at the North American box office, which has slumped by 27% to $1.57 billion through March 6. The 2018 total was $581 million ahead at the same point, thanks largely to the blockbuster performance of “Black Panther.”

Larson’s character will also appear in Disney-Marvel’s “Avengers: Endgame,” which opens April 26 amid expectations of a massive take for the fourth and final “Avengers” title.

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Captain Marvel is looking to land with a bang, with the projected opening weekend worldwide box office numbers looking impressive. Captain Marvel has plenty of hype, and that looks to fuel a now projected $ 150 million start to its opening weekend domestically in North America and a total

Related video: Watch the trailer for 'Captain Marvel' (via Screenplay)

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