Box Office Preview: 'Captain Marvel' to Rule With $60M-$70M Second Weekend

Take pity on the new movies that have to deal with Captain Marvel. The first superhero image directed by women from Marvel Studios and Disney is expected to bring in between $ 60 and $ 70 million on its second weekend of North American box office matches, which is easy enough to keep the crown.

Captain Marvel has already surpassed $ 500 million in ticket sales worldwide, including nearly $ 190 million in the United States. Until wednesday.

This weekend, the animated photo of the Paramount family, Wonder Park, the youth drama of Five Films, CBS Films, and the Focus Features science adventure, Captive State, will be inaugurated across the country.

Wonder Park is expected to debut at between $ 8 and $ 13 million. The story follows a girl named June (Brianna Denski) who discovers she is the only one who can save an amusement park full of magical attractions and talkative animals. Voices also include Matthew Broderick, Jennifer Garner, Kenan Thompson, Ken Hudson Campbell, Ken Jeong, Mila Kunis and John Oliver.

Five Feet Apart is expected to make between $ 6 million and $ 10 million (from CBS Films and Lionsgate) (it's not clear if Captain Marvel will steal young women). The film, whose production cost less than $ 7 million before marketing, follows Stella (Haley Lu Richardson) and Will (Cole Sprouse), two patients with cystic fibrosis in adolescents who fall in love. Because of their mutual illness, couples must stay at a distance from each other at all times.

The participating media and the captive state of Amblin are also leaning everywhere. The thriller, directed by Rupert Wyatt, stars John Goodman, Ashton Sanders, Jonathan Majors, Gun Machine Kelly and Vera Farmiga. The story revolves around a young man who is leading a rebellion against an alien race that has invaded the Earth. The follow-up suggests that the captive state will open for $ 3 million. Focus Features launches the photo nationally.

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