On Saturday, Disney revealed that between Thursday previews and Friday's showings, "Captain Marvel" earned $61.4 million in the US, positioning it as the seventh-best Marvel Cinematic opening day domestically, behind the three "Avengers" films, "Black Panther", "Captain America: Civil War" and "Iron Man 3".
Their efforts failed: Captain Marvel has landed the sixth best global opening weekend of all time - even despite some relatively mixed reviews. According to Box Office Mojo, this makes Captain Marvel the third-highest March opening of all time, behind Batman v Superman ($166 million) and Beauty and the Beast ($174 million).
"The world is ready, the world is ready", Alonso told Variety, when asked about the possibility of a gay superhero, but she did not confirm the Eternals rumours.
On the topic, Slashfilm asked Marvel president Kevin Feige if there's any reason why Nick Fury was so late to page Captain Marvel.
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We finally know the truth to all those questions, thanks to Peter Sciretta of Slashfilm. Worldwide grosses were especially strong, led by $89.3 million in China, where "Captain Marvel" trailed only "Captain America: Civil War" and "Avengers: Infinity War" among Marvel releases.
"Captain Marvel marks an incredible start to what is shaping up to be a very strong 2019 lineup and sets the stage for the highly anticipated Avengers: Endgame, which was shot entirely with IMAX cameras", notes IMAX CEO Richard Gelfond. Mexico generated $12.8 million in the fifth highest industry opening weekend in that market.
Academy Award best-picture victor "Green Book" continued to see one of the largest Oscar bumps in years.
Robert Rodriguez's Alita: Battle Angel closes out the top five with an estimated $3.2 million across 2,374 theaters, bringing its domestic total to a disappointing $78.3 million.