Catch up on the UCM with The Marvels on Disney+ before Deadpool 3

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After a lackluster run in theaters, the Marvel Studios film arrives on streaming with the hope of improving its numbers.

The Marvel Cinematic Universe is once again complete, or nearly so, on Disney+ — still missing a movie, like Spider-Man: No Way Home—: as of today, The Marvels is available for you to catch up if you missed the film in theaters.

Arriving with the tag of being the lowest-grossing film in the entire Marvel Cinematic Universe is not the best of claims, but neither is it that it is, in fact, the first big flop in box office for Marvel Studios.

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We refer to the fact that The Marvels is a film that has lost money in the box office: its production budget is around 270 million dollars, not counting promotion costs, but the film has only grossed 206 million at the box office.

The arrival of The Marvels to Disney+ today can give a second life to the film among those people who decided not to go to the theater to see the adventure of Captain Marvel (Brie Larson) Monica Rambeau (Teyonah Parris) and Ms. Marvel (Iman Vellani).

The Marvels is now available on Disney+

The film is the latest installment in the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s big screen before the highly anticipated Deadpool 3, which will arrive this summer as the only Marvel Studios release in theaters for 2024.

One of the main attractions of The Marvels is that many fans may want to watch it now on Disney+ to be up to date with all the events in the MCU, especially for its post-credits scenes, which may or may not relate to the film starring Ryan Reynolds and Hugh Jackman.

Of course, The Marvels must do very well in streaming to compensate for the debacle suffered in theaters, although it should be noted that streaming figures are counted differently, so you never know.

In any case, if you didn’t see The Marvels in theaters, this is your chance to catch up on the MCU after its arrival on Disney+.

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