Is Brie Larson’s New Movie So Bad That Marvel Is Trying To Hide It?

Brie Larson’s Marvels could be so bad that Marvel keeps pushing back the release date.

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We’ve all seen our fair share of supply chain and planning issues over the past few years, so it’s really nothing new at this point. However, as more and more information emerges, we hear a different story about the delayed MCU release of Wonders, with Brie Larson. The problem is twofold: MCU fans are experiencing ‘Marvel fatigue,’ and rumor has it that Wonders received bad feedback.

So what’s going on here? As for the Marvel fatigue we may witness, it’s safe to say that fans are looking to the MCU to break into new territory. by Brie Larson Wonders, after all, this will be the 33rd iteration of the MCU, and it’s slated for release in November. So even if Wonders turns out to be an excellent film in its own right, it’s going to have to beat Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumaniawhich got off to a strong start at the box office (although it’s falling rapidly) and Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3, slated for release later this year. Both films are going to be tough acts to follow, regardless of their performance.

Despite bad reviews, Quantum is already considered a box office success in the sense that it recouped its budget, but revenues have slowed since its release, giving the film a total of $419.5 million worldwide to date. With Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 Being the first installment in the franchise since 2017, fans are beyond excited to see the next chapter unfold on the big screen. But if Marvel really enters its “flop” era, that could be a problem for Brie Larson and co. because too much of a good thing still wears people down over time.

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Now here’s the clincher: even if Wonders turns out to be exceptionally good, things aren’t looking good for Captain Marvel (Brie Larson) based on the release date alone. On the one hand, fans are exhausting themselves with epic movie after epic movie, and on the other hand, test screenings tell us that Wonders is experiencing delays because the film is not doing well with the test audience – namely the third act, which has to be re-shot. Things are always messy when reshooting is needed because there are, of course, scheduling conflicts that come with the cast and crew going back into production after they already thought the movie was done.

Hopefully the movie repair will help Brie Larson, Iman Vellani, Teyonah Parris and director Nia DaCosta change course in their repair plan Wonders. While a disgrace might be possible, let’s not forget that Captain Marvel grossed over $1.1 billion just four years ago. It’s also worth noting that movies go back into production due to poor test screenings all the time, and if the MCU is receptive to critical feedback, there’s still hope that Wonders knocks it out of the park, but, for now, we doubt it.

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