According to Box Office Mojo, Ant-Man, and the Wasp: Quantumania has brought in a total of $120 million during its four-day extended opening weekend in the domestic market. That is higher than the score that was anticipated for it. It is now tied with Black Panther ($242.1 million) and Deadpool ($152.1 million) for its third biggest result for the Presidents Day weekend.
Regarding the earnings from international markets, Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania has raked in a pretty respectable figure of $239.30 million up to this point. When both of these figures are combined, the worldwide box office currently stands at a staggering $359.30 million.
Now that the long weekend is gone, let’s take a look at how well “Ant-Man 3” does going forward!
$350 million in 4 days, this marks the third-highest debut ever for the holiday frame and February overall, plus the month’s biggest debut in five years since record-holder Black Panther ($202 million three-day). 2016’s Deadpool also bowed to $132.4 million over its three-day holiday start.
Furthermore, Quantumania is living up to the hype as 2023’s first major tentpole release on the back of the Marvel brand name and a marketing campaign that successfully sold to audiences as an event release. The third film in the Ant-Man subset of Marvel Cinematic Universe films is the first of its namesake to eclipse nine digits on opening weekend, surpassing 2018’s Ant-Man and the Wasp ($75.8 million) by an estimated 37 percent in raw dollar figures.