Starting yesterday, we’re two months from the much-anticipated theatrical release of Captain Marvel. Also, judging by the results of advance ticket sales which got under way this week, the film is no doubt going to break records and draw in massive crowds.
Monday denoted the main day of presales for the film, which by a few records is set out toward a more than $100 million opening and will introduce fans with the story of Carol Danvers as the 21st addition to the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Also, talking about the MCU, as per online ticket site Fandango, the advance ticket sales for Captain Marvel are as of now beating the comparable first 24-hour sales of movies like Captain America: Civil War and Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2.
Truth be told, Captain Marvel is currently among the best three MCU films when positioned by first-day advance ticket deals, per Fandango. Avengers: Infinity War and Black Panther take the top two spots, with Captain Marvel — which opens March eighth — coming in at number three.
That implies the film is additionally improving the situation than other Marvel flicks like Ant-Man and the Wasp, Thor: Ragnarok and Doctor Strange, as far as the initial 24 hours of presales.
“We’re seeing fantastic advance ticket sales for Captain Marvel because it’s a historic film for Marvel Studios, one that fans have been waiting to see for a decade,” said Fandango managing editor Erik Davis. “As the studio’s first female-driven superhero film, Captain Marvel is a benchmark moment for the genre, for the Marvel Cinematic Universe and for star Brie Larson, who will play the most powerful Marvel superhero to date.”
It’s not simply Fandango, either. Atom Tickets disclosed Wednesday afternoon that Captain Marvel is in like manner shattering ticket sales on its own platform. What’s more, that, as well as the organization included that “it’s looking like Captain Marvel could outpace (Avengers: Infinity War) in terms of overall pre-sales on Atom Tickets.”
As an update, Captain Marvel is an important installment in the MCU for a host of reasons, not the slightest of which is that the most recent trailer appears to show that Captain Marvel herself inspired former SHIELD chief Nick Fury to make the Avengers team. The film could likewise set up future Avengers movies beyond Avengers 4. As we let you know in this prior post, Captain Marvel and Avengers: Endgame are the initial two Marvel movies we’ll see Larson in, however she really has an agreement with Marvel to complete seven movies. Which implies the likelihood that Captain Marvel sets her up to show up in possible Captain Marvel sequels, as well as other Avengers episodes.