The Marvels just had the most successful second weekend for a superhero film in history.

The situation with "The Marvels" has deteriorated to unprecedented proportions.

The latest installment in the Marvel Cinematic Universe debuted last weekend to a disappointing $46.1 million, the lowest opening weekend for any film in the franchise to date. 

Unfortunately, word of mouth has been shockingly unhelpful for the sequel to 2019's "Captain Marvel," as the film completely tanked.

at the box office in its second weekend, setting a record that no comic book movie wants to own.

"The Marvels" director Nia DaCosta's second frame took in just $10.2 million domestically, representing a whopping 78% drop from its already bleak opening weekend (per The Numbers). 

It debuted at number four on the box office, trailing Eli Roth's "Thanksgiving" ($10.3 million), "Trolls Band Together" ($30.6 million).

and "The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds & Snakes" ($44 million). 

To that end, the fact that all of those films, as well as Taika Waititi's "Next Goal Wins," debuted over the weekend added to the confusion.

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