Miracle star Iman Vellani The focus isn’t on the film’s box-office failure — and thinks it’s something the Disney CEO is up to bob iger Instead of worrying.
“I don’t want to focus on something that’s not even under my control, because what’s the point? This is for Bob Iger,'” Vellani, 21, told Yahoo Entertainment in an interview published Monday, Nov. 20.[The box office] Nothing to do with me. I’m happy with the finished product and that the people I care about enjoyed the film.”
Miracle It hit theaters on November 10 and grossed $47 million domestically and less than $100 million worldwide in its opening weekend, the worst debut for any Marvel film since 2008. the incredible Hulk, captain marvel The sequel then grossed only $10.2 million in its second weekend, breaking the record for the largest second weekend drop among Marvel releases.
Vellani – who made her debut as Kamala Khan in the Disney+ series Ms Marvel Before continuing his role in the film last year – he had said that all he cares about is that the audience has a good time while watching the film. Miracle,
“It has superheroes, it takes place 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 with the film, Vellani said she’s not listening to the haters.
“I had a lot of alone experiences in high school where I would share my excitement with someone, and then they would immediately shut me down for being so excited,” she shared. “I would hate to see this even within the fan community, because it feels terrible. If people are excited about something, let them be excited about it. And if you have constructive criticism, voice it – but never throw a wet blanket over someone else’s irritation.
Vellani stars together brie larson, teyonah paris, zawe ashton and many more MiracleIn which Ms. Marvel teams up with Captain Marvel (Larson) and Monica Rambeau (Parris) to stop Dar-Ben (Ashton) from destroying Earth’s resources in a quest to restore his home planet.
Larson, 34, previously discussed how excited she was to return to her role as Captain Marvel/Carol Danvers in the sequel — and she also couldn’t resist working with Vellani.
“A big reason why I wanted to play Captain Marvel was because of Ms. Marvel and what it meant. It’s really exciting to see a talented person of such caliber bring that character to life,” he said. Entertainment Weekly in February. “Integrity is the future. She is the ideal Ms. Marvel and the most incredible personality and sidekick. I’m so excited for her success and I’m so excited to see what she does with her life, because she can do whatever she wants. He’s one of my favorite people on this earth.”