The Marvel universe was off the chain at Comic-Con yesterday.
At a panel ostensibly devoted to Iron Man 3, Marvel provided
movie news galore with two new films as well as its forthcoming Thor and Captain America sequel names:
Thor: The Dark World
Captain America: The Winter Soldier
The Disney-owned studio also says
Guardians of the Galaxy – featuring Rocket Raccoon, Star-Lord, Draxx the Destroyer, Groot and Gamora – is on tap for August 2014.
Ant-Man was revealed (fully costumed in Hall H) going from big to small, big to small, big to small while battling two apparently nefarious security guards.
“Ant-Man will kick your ass, one inch at a time,” he cracked.
Good to know, Ant-Man. Good. To. Know.
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And… we have a new box office champion.
The Avengers earned a mind-boggling $200.3 million on Friday and Saturday, blowing past
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows ($169.2 million) for the biggest opening weekend in Hollywood history.
Backed by incredibly positive reviews – as well as successful quasi prequels such as
Iron Man and last summer’s Captain America – The Avengers raked in $80.5 million on Friday and is on pace for a record Sunday, as well.
“It’s not playing like just a superhero film,” says Dave Hollis, Disney’s executive vice president of distribution. “It’s playing like a huge, accessible-to-everyone, all-quadrant picture.”
The film currently has a 93% on Rotten Tomatoes, an A+ from CineScore and is already ranked number-31 on IMDb’s user-ranked Top 250 Movies list.
Here is your look at the top five films from the weekend:
The Avengers: $200.3 million
Think Like a Man: $8.0 million
: $5.7 million The Hunger Games
The Lucky One: $5.5 million
The Pirates! Band of Misfits: $5.4 million
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