Mary Livanos, the producer of Marvels, has revealed how Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige persuaded Kelsey Grammer to reprise her role as the X-Men character Beast during the movie’s mid-credits sequence. Livanos was questioned about The Marvels’ mid-credits sequence during an interview; the moment has drawn a lot of attention ever since the movie’s premiere. When asked directly how Marvel Studios convinced Grammer to reprise the part he portrayed over ten years prior, Livanos said that Kevin Feige’s work on the previous X-Men films was essential to the discussions. “Kevin Feige just called him up,” she clarified. Of course, Kevin has a special bond with her because he was involved in the X-Men movies in the past. We were quite fortunate to have him. In the movie’s midcredits sequence, Grammer made an appearance as Beast, Monica Rambeau’s attending physician. Monica had just been taken to an other world after rescuing her pals from the evildoers in the film. She discovered herself in the X-Men reality, perhaps the same one that the classic 20th Century Fox films were set in. Although the future direction of this narrative line is unknown, it will undoubtedly connect to the Multiverse Saga of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
The Marvels cast and crew are obviously thrilled about the movie’s premiere and proud of their efforts, but it doesn’t appear like moviegoers share their enthusiasm. This past weekend, the movie had an unprecedented decline in its second week at the box office, grossing just $9–10 million domestically, placing it third behind Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes and Trolls Band Together. The Nia DeCosta-directed picture got 83% and 62% of the critics’ points, respectively, suggesting that audiences and reviewers weren’t as fond of it as they were of past Marvel releases. Since the movie’s box office performance dropped 78–80% from the previous week to this week, it marks the worst second weekend decline for the Marvel Cinematic Universe ever. Perhaps even more concerning, Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania, which debuted earlier this year and fell 69% in its second weekend, was the title that had previously held the record.Follow us to get free & fast MCU Movies/Shows Leaks & News