The threequel to the ‘Ant-Man’, Marvel’s sci-fi superhero epic ‘Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania’ is ready for its theatrical run this Friday and not only ready but also to dominate the box office for Marvel once again as the first film of Phase Five of MCU after the medium success of Phase Four. If seen, the journey of ‘Quantumania’ till now has not lived up to the expectations of the experts but has been above it, although the result is a matter of later.
Ant-Man 3 Box Office Prediction
The buzz and pre-reviews like factors are already in favor, and it is a Marvel film with a new Phase and Quantum Universe, which is rocking the pre-ticket sale and is sure to get off to an excellent start. And considering all these factors $100 million debut is confirmed, and experts are expecting a grand debut of $100-125 million from ‘Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania’ across 4200 theatres in the USA—it’s still speculation, but it won’t be surprising if the film does even better. With this, it will completely clear ‘Avatar: The Way of Water’ from the box office.
‘Ant-Man 3’ has many immense factors, like Kang and Quantum Universe, and the critical response is good enough to ensure that it will have a long theatrical run. Also, the impact is too strong in Overseas markets as well, which will result in a good total box office— be it domestic or overseas. And in terms of lifetime box office, ‘Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania’ currently stands at $275-350 million domestically and $650-700 million globally against the production budget of $200 million, which turns it towards commercial success.
‘Ant-Man 3’ will be a commercial success, it is confirmed, but still, a box office under $800 million won’t be much cheer from a production perspective because the makers have spent massively on the threequel as compared to the originals—the budget is a factor that makes ‘Ant-Man’ and ‘Ant-Man and the Wasp’ more successful and profitable. And anyway, we should stop seeing it as a second-category superhero because Marvel’s future is going to run on it, so there must be $800 million.
[Note: Article written before Rotten Tomatoes’ report]