Marvel’s “The Marvels” concludes as the lowest-grossing MCU movie. John Nolte calls Disney’s Wish official box office catastrophe

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It would take a heart of stone not to laugh. They had a double triumph by ruining both Pixar and Marvel. It takes true talent, dedication, and corruption to bring down the two best studios in recent memory.

GOT WOKE, GOING…: The Marvels Ends Box Office Run as Lowest-Grossing MCU Movie in History.

There’s nothing heroic about the final box office performance of “The Marvels.” The superhero sequel is officially the lowest-grossing installment in the history of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

After four weeks on the big screen, the comic book tentpole is running out of steam with $80 million in North America and $197 million globally. There would typically be optimism that attendance could rebound over the busy holiday season, but Disney apparently doesn’t expect that to be the case. The studio wrote on Sunday in a note to press, “With ‘The Marvels’ box office now winding down, we will stop weekend reporting of international/global grosses on this title.”

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John Nolte: Disney’s Wish Officially a Box Office Catastrophe — LOL.

The Disney Grooming Syndicate’s Wish is officially a box office catastrophe. Any hope this $200 million holiday offering would hold through the holidays died in week two. By Monday, after two weekends in release, including the lucrative Thanksgiving weekend, Wish will sit at a pathetic $42 million.

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HAHAHAHAHA *deep breath* HAHAHAHAHAHA! *cough*cough*cough* HA.

Had Wish opened to $42 million, it would have been a disappointment.

In its second weekend, this sucker crashed 61 percent compared to last weekend, and that was a 61 percent drop from an already disastrous opening. The idea that a major Disney animated feature, much less one meant to celebrate the Grooming Syndicate’s 100th anniversary, would gross just $7.6 million during weekend two… That seemed impossible just a few years ago — you know, before Disney launched a crusade to openly queer little kids with homosexuality, transvestites, transsexuals, and drag queens.

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