Marvel’s Ant-Man hit theaters this past weekend and earned an estimated $58 million at the domestic box office. This 58 million was enough to beat out both Minions and Amy Schumer’s Trainwreck (also opening that weekend), however when compared to the other 11 films in the Marvel Cinematic Universe that figure is, dare I say, ant sized. Ant-Man’s opening weekend earnings were only the second smallest for the studio. As irony would have it, the only film that the tiny Ant-Man beat out was the giant Hulk in 2008’s forgotten The Incredible Hulk (which made just over $55 million for it’s opening weekend). What’s worse for Ant-Man is that when adjusted for ticket price inflation, the film is Marvel’s lowest opening gross ever. However, despite a comparatively low opening weekend, Ant-Man is getting considerably favorable reviews including being certified fresh and an audience score of 92% on Rotten Tomatoes. It should be interesting to see if ticket sales will increase by word of mouth. Of course, regardless of how the film does at the box office, Paul Rudd’s Ant-Man character will appear in next year’s Captain America: Civil War, so this definitely will not be the last we see of him.