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After the opening weekend box office numbers came in for Marvelís latest superhero flick, Ant-Man, it seemed like the massive franchise had taken a hit. But, despite a low box office showing, the movie still took number one seat over the weekend, and ultimately was a great success for Marvel. Here's why.
SPOILER ALERT: The following article contains big spoilers for Ant-Man. If you havenít seen the film yet, we recommend clicking away to another one of our wonderful articles.
SPOILER ALERT: The following article contains rather big spoilers for Peyton Reedís Ant-Man. If you havenít seen the film yet, we recommend you click away to one of our other wonderful articles.
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Thanks to either previous performances or official announcements, we pretty much know the roles of every known actor in Joe and Anthony Russo's Captain America: Civil War... but Martin Freeman continues to be the exception to the rule. Now the actor has provided some hints.
Are you sick of all the Ant-Man trailers and TV spots spoiling key parts of the movie? If so, you're probably going to love this brand new marketing bit for the blockbuster, as it not only doesn't feature any spoilers, but actually doesn't even bother showing off any footage.
SPOILER ALERT: The following article contains spoilers for Peyton Reedís Ant-Man. If you havenít seen the movie yet, you may want to click away to another one of our wonderful articles!
Peyton Reed, as the director of Ant-Man now has a spot in making the Marvel Cinematic Universe come to life. This is is second bite at the apple however. He once had another shot at making a superhero movie, that heís probably glad he walked away from.
With Ant-Man finally checked off Marvelís backlog, early reception indicates that filmís showcased tonal chemistry found balance between action and humor that wider weekend audiences should find agreeable. However, it seems that one particular sequence cut from the film took said humor a bit too far.
SPOILER WARNING: The following article contains spoilers for Peyton Reedís Ant-Man. If you havenít seen the film yet, and donít wish for elements to be ruined, please click away to another one of our fantastic articles!
Weíll continue to track the progress of Ant-Man all weekend, to see how it measures up to previous Marvel films, and also to Judd Apatowís Trainwreck, which is competing for audience eyeballs. Which one will you go see this weekend?
Feel free to go absolutely crazy in the comment section ranting and raving about the smallest details and biggest plot points of the entire movie. If you havenít seen the film yet, do yourself a favor and bail on this article. Then go see Ant-Man, and return to this exact story immediately afterwards.
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