Marvels is the third movie on Marvel’s 2023 slate, and it promises to be a standout addition to the MCU… when it finally arrives.

With only three films released in 2023, fans have been waiting for their first glimpse of this summer WondersFollowing Captain Marvel, and a number of Disney+ MCU shows. Now, a new poster has arrived with the disappointing news that fans will have to wait a little longer to see the film, which is currently set to arrive on November 10, 2023. This seems to match the ongoing changes to Marvel Studios’ amount. ‘ and the need for longer post-production times. Check out the poster below.

Wonders is one of the films that has been shuffled into the MCU schedule multiple times. While the Brie Larson-directed sequel was originally supposed to arrive in February, it was later replaced by Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania. While the changes were partly due to post-Covid filming delays, Wonders’ the main issue seemed to be directly related to the delayed Disney+ series Secret Invasionwhich seems to be intimately linked to the film.


Although there are still many questions about Wondershistory will see its three female stars catch up in a mind-blowing adventure as they find their positions in the universe constantly swapping with each other, similar to how Brie Larson’s Carol found herself in Kamala Khan’s bedroom at the end of Mrs. Marvel.

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Can Marvels defy online backlash and be a box office hit?

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When Captain Marvel Arriving in cinemas in 2019, Brie Larson was the subject of numerous reactions online from trolls who questioned Larson’s physique, her acting ability and, in some cases, the simple fact that she was a woman in a world that, at the time, was dominated by male superheroes. However, although the film was criticized by people who hadn’t even seen it, Captain Marvel passed the billion dollar mark, and Larson’s place in the MCU was assured going forward.

Likewise, the Ms. Marvel The Disney+ series drew its own wave of criticism from ‘fans’ who complained about the MCU’s ‘awakening’, and despite the series earning some of the highest Rotten Tomatoes scores of any MCU show to date, this has not faded throughout the show. run.

NOW Wonders brings these two characters together in one film, which had already brought out some of the same comments online before the first trailer even arrived. But, like its predecessors, it’s highly unlikely that any online backlash against Wonders will result in the movie being anything but a box office hit, as even movies like Eternals And Thor: Ragnarokwhich critics slaughtered for valid and irrelevant reasons, managed to attract a large audience.

Wonders will star Brie Larson as Carol Danvers, Iman Vellani as Kamala Khan, Teyonah Parris as Monica Rambeau and Samuel L. Jackson as Nick Fury. Additionally, Zawe Ashton will play the film’s villain, while the rest of the cast includes Park Seo-joon, Saagar Shaikh, Mohan Kapur, and Zenobia Shroff. Wonders is now slated for release on November 10, 2023.