Ant-Man And The Wasp Rotten Tomatoes Score Revealed
Ant-Man and the Wasp is coming out in just 8 days and we just can’t wait for the two smallest heroes to make the biggest impact on the big screen. The movie just had its world premiere and it completely blew away the people who attended this mega event. The critics and the audiences are hailing the third MCU movie in the year.
Both Black Panther and Avengers: Infinity War have created massive records on the Box Office. Black Panther became the highest grossing Superhero movie at the US Box Office while Infinity War crossed the $2 Billion mark and became the highest grossing superhero movie worldwide. Black Panther is also the highest rated superhero movie amongst the critics as it got a 97% fresh score on the Rotten Tomatoes.
Now, 2 days after the world premiere of the sequel to Ant-Man, the Rotten Tomatoes score for the movie is also out and we can be very happy to see that the movie has got a score much higher than Avengers: Infinity War itself. Ant-Man and the Wasp has been certified fresh on the Rotten Tomatoes, and it has got a great 90% rating. So far 63 reviews have been counted and 57 of them have turned out to be fresh while 6 critics have given a rotten review.
Well the reviews go up to around 280-300 so there could be a percentage increase and decrease in the final score of the movie, but we have got the critics verdict and the movie is as amazing as the other two MCU movies were this year and the last year as well. The fact of the matter is that it will stay higher than the score of Avengers: Infinity War even if the Box Office does turn up to be as big as any of the two movies that came out this year.
The current Box Office projections for the movie stand at around $80 Million for the opening weekend at the US Box Office. It will surely get a little higher and close to a $100 Million as more reviews come in and people get to know about the film. Box Office is a very unpredictable matter and it can turn out to be extremely surprised when the movies finally come out. Even though this movie does not make huge numbers, we have to remember that it is Ant-Man we are talking about. He was not even a C List character in the Marvel comics and now he has become a household name.
The first movie was profitable than many other movies and the good thing is that the second movie is tracking much bigger numbers than the first one. Ant-Man brought in $57 Million for the opening weekend at the Domestic Box Office, and the total in US turned out to be $180 million. The rest of the countries added $339 million and the worldwide total ended up to be $519 million.
Since this move is being marketed very well, the Box Office total or Ant-Man and the Wasp will get a significant increase. It may end up bringing close to $800 Million once the good word of mouth gets passed around. The critics are hailing the movie and here are some of the reviews that have hit the net:
Variety‘s Owen Gleiberman:
“”Ant-Man and the Wasp’ is a full two hours, yet even when it’s pulling out all the stops, the movie never gives you that sinking sensation you can get when a comic-book film’s extended climax kicks in, and you feel the visual effects army taking over. That’s because Peyton Reed invests every moment of the movie with personality. That’s not quite the same thing as humanity. But it’s enough to qualify as the miniature version.”
Chicago Tribune‘s Michael Phillips:
“The sequel has upped the instances and exploits of the rapidly changing superheroes, and every time the movie cuts to a shot of the heroes’ miniaturized car, scooting around the streets of San Francisco, it’s good for a laugh. Similarly, the first time Hank’s secret laboratory gets shrunk down to suitcase size (complete with baggage handle), it’s an adroit visual gag. Scott can’t quite control whatever size he’s about to transform into, which makes his dilemma relatable to anyone who never really knows if hitting “send” will actually send something to someone.”
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Ant-Man and the Wasp will come out on July 6.