Wonders a star Iman Villani He does not focus on the film’s failure at the box office, and believes that is a matter for the Disney CEO Bob Iger To worry instead.
“I don’t want to focus on something that’s not in my control, so what’s the point? This is for Bob Iger,” Villani, 21, told Yahoo Entertainment in an interview published on Monday, November 20.[The box office] It has nothing to do with me. I’m happy with the final product, and the people I care about enjoyed the film.
Wonders It arrived in theaters on November 10 and grossed $47 million domestically and just under $100 million worldwide in its opening weekend, marking the worst start for any Marvel film since 2008. The amazing structure. the Captain Marvel The sequel then grossed just $10.2 million in its second weekend, breaking the record for the biggest second-weekend drop among Marvel releases.
Vellani – who made her debut as Kamala Khan in the Disney+ series Ms. Marvel Last year before continuing her role in the film, she said that all that mattered to her was that the audience had a good time while watching Wonders.
“It has superheroes, it’s set in space, it’s not that deep and it’s about teamwork and brotherhood,” she explained. “It’s a fun movie, and I’m so happy I can share it with people.”
While some MCU fans are disappointed by the movie, Vellani said she’s not listening to the haters.
“I had a lot of experience in high school on my own where I would share my excitement with someone, and then they would immediately shut me down because I was too excited,” she said. “I hate to see that within the fan community too, because it’s terrible. If people are excited about something, let them be excited about it. If you have constructive criticism, voice it, but never be the wet blanket for someone else’s excitement.”
Villani stars alongside him Brie Larson, Teyonah parris, Angular Ashton And more in Wonderswhich finds Ms. Marvel teaming up with Captain Marvel (Larson) and Monica Rambeau (Paris) to stop Dar Ben (Ashton) from destroying Earth’s resources in her quest to reclaim her home planet.
Larson, 34, previously discussed how excited she is to return to her role as Captain Marvel/Carol Danvers in the sequel — and she also couldn’t help but be excited to be working with Vellani.
“A big part of the reason I wanted to play Captain Marvel was because of Ms. Marvel and what that means. Seeing that character realized as this genius human being with so much potential is really exciting,” she said. Entertainment Weekly In February. “Faith is the future. She is the perfect Ms. Marvel and the most amazing person and colleague. I’m so excited for her success and so excited to see what she does with her life, because she can do anything she wants. She’s one of my favorite people on this Earth.”