Often the case with all the hit movies and end up filling the coffers of any movie studio as well as save the season of possible failures have or might have. This is the case of "The Avengers". Disney has confirmed that there will be a second part after the huge success and the large collection that has taken the first theaters in the United States and Canada, and half the world.
After presenting the financial results of the first quarter of Disney, the company's CEO, Bob Iger announced the great news to confirm that the superhero movie "The Avengers" will have a sequel after the first part had unprecedented success at the box office to get a collection of more than $ 207 million in theaters in the U.S. and Canada over the weekend. Worldwide, the film grossed 702.2 million dollars. A negligible amount of money for performing a second thought, and almost certainly a third party.
The film, directed by New York filmmaker Joss Whedon brings together in one production to Iron Man (Robert Dowyney Jr.), Captain America (Chris Evans), Hulk (Mark Ruffalo), Thor (Chris Hemsworth), The Widow black (Scarlett Johansson), Hawkeye (Jeremy Renner) and Nicky Fury (Samuel L. Jackson)
"We intend to continue to feed the market with Marvel Avengers related stories and characters so that the project continues", said CEO also said that year-round attractions have been studied in the Marvel superheroes for its parks theme.
There is reason for celebration for Disney in the economic issue, despite the great failure of the film "John Carter" that made revenues of the division of film studio fell 12%. Even so, reviewing the economic data, between January and March 2012, the company's net profit increased by 21% one year enntre and the other to the 1,226 million dollars (943 million euros), while income increased by 6% and stood at 9.629 million dollars (7,406,000 euros). Hence the jumps for joy of all members of the Disney factory to continue thinking about other film projects that may or may not be successful the public as in the case of "The Avengers".
Disney has in production by 2013 and by 2014 other projects in which theaters will be massively invaded by Marvel superheroes alone. In 2013 it released the second installment of "Thor" will arrive on November 15, 2013, the third "Iron Man" scheduled for May 3, 2013, and a new movie about "Captain America" due out on 4 April 2014, as the CEO of Disney has told the media. A full-scale invasion that can delight the young and not so young people who are absolute fans of these comic book characters.
Surrendering to the saviors of the world, besides being the economic saviors of the company, there are rumors that it is possible that Disney is thinking about making more movies based on other characters of the original comic as Ant Man and The Wasp and even other characters that do not yet have their own series as Black Widow.