The film stars Paul Rudd, Jonathan Majors, Evangeline Lilly, Michelle Pfeiffer, Kathryn Newton and Michael Douglas.

Marvel’s 31st movie, Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumanianot enough projections at the global box office About 30 million dollars. With an estimated $104 million domestic and another $121 million from foreign markets, the superhero trilogy is on track for a $225 million global opening weekend. That’s in line with Friday’s estimates, but well below the $255 million expected for the film’s opening weekend.

Ant-Man 3 Despite a rare day-and-date debut in China, it’s doing smoother than expected in Asia. Increasingly, the Middle Kingdom has virtually stopped accepting imports in the post-pandemic landscape, a stark contrast to when Hollywood studios seemed to prioritize China as a potentially lucrative territory just a few years ago. Ant-Man 3 It has earned $19.2 million so far in China’s biggest international market.


The Middle Kingdom was followed by the United Kingdom ($10.9 million), Mexico ($8.7 million), Korea ($7.2 million), Australia ($5.3 million), Indonesia ($5.1 million dollars), Germany ($4.5 million), France ($4.5 million), Brazil. ($3.9 million) and India ($3.9 million). Ant-Man 3 13% ahead of the first Ant man film and 27% behind Ant-Man and the Wasp. Minus China, Ant-Man 3 ahead of 52% Ant manand 5% ahead Ant-Man 2.

Paul Rudd and Evangeline Lilly in a scene from Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania
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Starring Paul Rudd He also directed three Ant-Man films as the beloved thief-turned-avenger. Peyton Reed. These films were generally lower than the most popular MCU tentpoles – the first Ant man It ended its global run in 2015 with $519 million Ant-Man 2 It ended 2018 with $622 million worldwide. By comparison, each of Marvel’s 2022 — Doctor Strange is a universe full of madness ($952 million worldwide), Thor: Love and Thunder ($760 million worldwide) and Black Panther: Wakanda Forever ($855 million worldwide) – fared better. And two of these films ended up with much less time than their predecessors.

Ant-Man 3 It’s deliberately designed to be a more immersive experience, with most of the action taking place in the dazzling Quantum Realm. Before the film’s release, Reed had said that he wanted a bigger canvas to play with this time around, and that he didn’t want to produce another palate cleanser among the MCU’s big releases. However, Ant-Man 3 received worse reviews than other Marvel films. Collider’s Ross Bonaime he wrote review“Quantumania is a promising but shaky start to Phase 5 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, which is too bad for the little guy.”

Ant-Man 3 It is the first film in the MCU’s fifth phase that will be built Avengers: Age of Ultron. The film also has lead roles Jonathan Majors Kang as the invader, Evangeline Lilly As the Wasp, Michelle Pfeiffer as Janet van Dyne, Michael Douglas As Hank Pym and Catherine Newton As Cassie Lang. You can watch our interview with Reed below, and stay tuned to Collider for more updates.