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As feared, Dark Phoenix parlayed poor reviews, indifferent buzz and a surprisingly low opening weekend ($33 million domestic and $140 million worldwide) into zero post-debut legs. The film was placing behind Aladdin as early as last Sunday and was behind Rocketman in daily grosses by the end of the week. The Simon Kinberg film, the second X-Men movie to try to tell the “Dark Phoenix” story line after X-Men: The Last Stand in 2006, earned $9 million in its second domestic weekend, dropping a whopping 72.9% from its debut frame.
That’s the third-worst drop for any comic book movie. Considering the two comic book movies with bigger drops were Shaquille O’Neal’s Steel which fell 77% from a $1.9 million debut in August of 1997 and Brandon Routh’s Dylan Dog: Dead of Night which opened with $754,000 in 2011 and then fell 87% in weekend two, Dark Phoenix arguably takes the record for a “big” comic book superhero movie in terms of second-weekend drops. It’s the 58th-biggest second-weekend drop for any movie, and the 19th-biggest drop for any movie that opened on more than 2,000 screens.
Among 3,000+ screen openers, it’s behind only Friday the 13th (-80% from a $40 million launch in 2009), The Mortal Engines (-77% from a $7.55 million debut in 2018) and Fifty Shades of Grey (-73.9% from a $85 million debut in 2015). And it brings the film’s ten-day domestic cume to just $51 million, or below the opening weekends of The Wolverine ($53 million in 2013), X-Men ($54 million in 2000) and X-Men: First Class ($55 million in 2011).Even a $75 million domestic finish may be a pipe dream for the $200 million-budgeted Simon Kinberg flick.
For reference, the last “Dark Phoenix” movie, X-Men: The Last Stand, earned $77 million in its first two days of domestic release. The Sophie Turner/James McAvoy/Michael Fassbender/Jessica Chastain flick has earned $204 million worldwide thus far. X-Men: Days of Future Past had $500 million global by the end of its second weekend. Considering the budgetary differences, this will be a much bigger loss for all parties than Fantastic Four, which earned $56 million domestic and $167 million worldwide from a $120 million budget.
Dark Phoenix (also known as X-Men: Dark Phoenix) is a 2019 American superhero film based on the Marvel Comics X-Men characters, produced by 20th Century Fox and distributed by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures. It is the twelfth installment in the X-Men film series, a direct sequel to X-Men: Apocalypse (2016), and the seventh and final installment in the main X-Men series. The film is written and directed by Simon Kinberg and stars an ensemble cast featuring James McAvoy, Michael Fassbender, Jennifer Lawrence, Nicholas Hoult, Sophie Turner, Tye Sheridan, Alexandra Shipp, and Jessica Chastain. In Dark Phoenix, the X-Men must face the full power of the Phoenix after a mission in space goes wrong.
After X-Men: Days of Future Past (2014) erased the events of X-Men: The Last Stand (2006) from the series’ timeline, Kinberg expressed interest in a new adaptation of Chris Claremont and John Byrne’s “The Dark Phoenix Saga” in a future film that would be more faithful than his previous attempt with The Last Stand, which was not well received. The new adaptation was confirmed as a follow-up to Apocalypse in 2016. Kinberg signed on to make his directorial debut in June 2017, when the majority of the cast was set to return from Apocalypse. Filming began later that month in Montreal and was completed in October 2017; the entire third act was later reshot in late 2018 following poor test screenings. The film was dedicated to the memory of X-Men co-creator Stan Lee, who died in 2018.
Dark Phoenix was theatrically released in the United States on June 7, 2019. The film received mostly negative reviews, with many critics describing it as “boring” for its lack of plot and character development, although the performances of the cast and Hans Zimmer’s score were praised. Many viewed the film as a disappointing and anticlimactic conclusion to the Fox X-Men series. It is also the first X-Men film to be a box office bomb.
It wasn’t a conclusion that was planned all along, but with the Disney-Fox merger “Dark Phoenix” became the swan song for the “X-Men” movie franchise as we know it. Sure, there’s still the “New Mutants” film on the way, but the mainline series of “X-Men” films, which kicked off way back in 2000, is now done.
But don’t expect a reboot into the Marvel Cinematic Universe in the near future. Since the merger between Disney and Fox became official, fans have been wondering when to expect Fox characters like Wolverine and the X-Men joining the MCU, which has been set up at Disney. Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige said during the “Avengers: Endgame” press junket that “it’ll be a while” before we see the integration of the X-Men.
So with one of the longest-running movie franchises ever now coming to a close, and with the X-Men tabled for a little bit before Marvel brings them into the MCU, “Dark Phoenix” is a bit of a momentous event.
Obviously, since there aren’t any more movies planned for this version of the “X-Men,” the film wouldn’t have a standard post-credits scene teasing the next film. But it could theoretically have an extra scene after or during the credits just to give the series a longer sendoff — “Dark Phoenix” is, after all, the work of writer/director Simon Kinberg, who has been involved with these movies for more than a decade now.
But if you’re hoping for any extra content after the credits, you’ll be disappointed. “Dark Phoenix” does not have a mid- or post-credits scene. Once the credits start rolling, the movie is over, and so you won’t risk missing anything by heading to the bathroom or just leaving if you have to.
In 1975, eight-year-old Jean Grey inadvertently uses her telekinesis to cause a car accident that kills her parents. Shortly afterwards, Professor Charles Xavier takes her to Xavier’s School for Gifted Youngsters, where he mentally blocks the accident from her memories and helps her hone her psychic abilities.
In 1992, the X-Men respond to a distress signal from the space shuttle Endeavour, which is critically damaged by a solar flare-like energy. While the X-Men save all of the astronauts, Jean is stranded and is struck by the energy, but she absorbs all of it into her body to save the X-Men’s aircraft from destruction. Jean survives the event, and her psychic powers are greatly amplified as a result. At the same time, the mental block placed by Xavier is destroyed, and she accidentally attacks the mutants celebrating at Xavier’s school after a mental breakdown, passing out afterward. She later travels to her childhood hometown of Red Hook, New York, after discovering that her father is still alive. The X-Men attempt to take Jean home, but she injures Peter Maximoff and accidentally kills Raven Darkhölme and several local police officers before flying away.
Jean travels to the mutant refugee island of Genosha to seek assistance from Erik Lehnsherr in controlling her powers, but is turned away by Erik after she engages in combat with U.S. military forces tasked with her arrest. Jean meets Vuk, the leader of a shape-shifting alien race known as the D’Bari, who explains to her that she has been possessed by a force of cosmic power which wiped out the D’Baris’ home planet years ago. The power had consumed all those it came across, until it encountered Jean. Meanwhile, Hank McCoy, who feels betrayed by Xavier’s manipulation of Jean’s memories, allies with Erik and the mutant refugees in an attempt to put down Jean in New York City.
Upon learning of Erik’s plan to kill Jean, the X-Men confront him and his faction in New York. As they battle, Erik manages to infiltrate the building and confront Jean but is overpowered by her new abilities. Xavier then enters the building with Scott Summers. Jean attacks them until Xavier convinces her to read his memories – allowing her personality to resurface. Feeling remorseful, Jean asks Vuk to take the force from her; however, it quickly turns out that doing so would kill her. Xavier and Scott are able to prevent Vuk from fully absorbing the force from Jean, before both mutant factions, including Jean, are captured by troops sent by the U.S. government[further explanation needed] and placed on a train headed towards a mutant containment facility.