MCU"s Next $1B Movie Box Office Success Just Got A Lot More Likely

  • Deadpool & Wolverine could be the first MCU movie in 3 years to reach $1 billion, fueled by high anticipation from fans.
  • Ticket sales broke records, indicating strong social media chatter is translating into real box office success.
  • The movie's trailer set a new record with 365 million views in 24 hours, pointing towards significant interest.
Deadpool & Wolverine continues to show why it is the most anticipated release from the Marvel Cinematic Universe in years, and a new record increases the movie's chances of being the first entry in the franchise to top the $1 billion mark in three years. After starring in two Deadpool movies at Fox, Ryan Reynolds is finally joining the MCU, leading the Deadpool & Wolverine cast alongside a returning Hugh Jackman as Wolverine. The movie will be the first R-rated entry in the franchise, with Deadpool & Wolverine's multiversal setting presenting a major event for the MCU.
Your browser does not support the video tag. Anticipation for Deadpool & Wolverine is so high that the movie has the best chance of becoming the first MCU film to reach the $1 billion mark since 2021. The last movie to accomplish this impressive feat was Tom Holland's Spider-Man: No Way Home. The third MCU Spider-Man movie was one of the biggest hits ever for the franchise, not only clearing the $1 billion mark but almost doubling it. Spider-Man: No Way Home ended its worldwide run with $1.9 billion. With a couple of major broken records, the 2024 MCU movie could once again break $1 billion for Marvel.
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Deadpool & Wolverine's Ticket Sales Records Are A Good Sign Of Box Office Success A New Trailer Celebrated The Start Of Ticket Sales Close While Deadpool & Wolverine will only arrive in theaters on July 26, Marvel Studios has already made tickets for the movie available. To announce that tickets for the only MCU film in 2024 were live, Marvel released a teaser with some new — and hilarious — footage of Deadpool & Wolverine amid old scenes. With anticipation through the roof for the return of Reynolds and Jackman as their fan-favorite X-Men characters, Deadpool & Wolverine's ticket sales broke multiple records, both in relation to other 2024 releases so far and the Deadpool franchise.
According to the major ticketing website Fandango, Deadpool & Wolverine broke two important first-day ticket sales records. The MCU movie has broken "Fandango’s best first-day ticket sales record for 2024." Adding to that, Deadpool & Wolverine has also managed to top the two previous Deadpool movies in the same timeframe. According to Fandango, it is "The best first-day pre-seller from the Deadpool franchise." Deadpool & Wolverine's ticket sales records serve to show that the social media chatter around the movie is turning into reality as fans rush to secure tickets to catch the film as early as possible.
Deadpool & Wolverine’s First Trailer Also Broke MCU Records The Marvel Movie Is Shaping Up To Be A Juggernaut Close Deadpool & Wolverine's ticket sales records are just the latest accomplishment of the movie before its release, but not at all the first. The MCU film's first trailer was a major event. While the footage revealed that the TVA from Disney+'s Loki would play a role in Deadpool coming to the MCU, little was shown of Jackman's Wolverine and his comic book-accurate suit. Still, Deadpool & Wolverine's first trailer broke a major record. The trailer amassed 365 million views on its first day, which makes it the most-watched movie trailer within 24 hours of all time.
Check out the MCU's most viewed trailers within 24 hours below:
MCU Movie
Total Views In 24 Hours
Deadpool & Wolverine
365 Million
Spider-Man: No Way Home
355.5 Million
Avengers: Endgame (Trailer 1)
289 Million
Avengers: Endgame (Trailer 2)
268 Million
Avengers: Infinity War
230 Million
The record is huge for the movie's chances of passing the $1 billion mark. Deadpool & Wolverine beat the views of Spider-Man: No Way Home's first trailer by just shy of 10 million, taking the crown as the most-viewed movie trailer within 24 hours of all time. Since the Spider-Man film was the last MCU movie to break the $1 billion barrier three years ago and even got near the $2 billion mark, that record makes the level of interest the audience is showing for Deadpool & Wolverine clear.
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Why Deadpool & Wolverine Is The MCU’s Best Shot At $1 Billion In 3 Years The MCU Movie Shares A Major Spider-Man: No Way Home Connection Close Deadpool & Wolverine being the first MCU movie to make $1 billion since Spider-Man: No Way Home would make a lot of sense. Like the Spider-Man film, Deadpool & Wolverine will also be a major event that uses the MCU's Multiverse Saga to the fullest. While Spider-Man: No Way Home brought back Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield's Spider-Men and villains from their movies, Deadpool & Wolverine co-stars Jackman as Wolverine after he was thought to be done with the role and has many X-Men movie cameos confirmed or rumored.
Like Spider-Man: No Way Home, the rumors of returning Marvel actors in the upcoming MCU movie have spread throughout the internet like wildfire. Adding to that, Deadpool & Wolverine will be the MCU's first movie to focus on characters that came from Fox after Disney acquired the studio. The movie will also be the MCU's first R-rated film, and the heightened violence provides a fresh entry amid the usual PG-13 MCU fare. With Deadpool & Wolverine bringing back popular characters for an action-packed adventure, it has a great chance of being the first $1 billion MCU film in three years.
Deadpool & Wolverine R A sequel to the highly successful Deadpool and Deadpool 2 starring Ryan Reynolds as the Merc with a Mouth. The third film will be the first film in the franchise to be developed under the Marvel Studios banner following Disney's acquisition of 20th Century Fox. Ryan Reynolds is returning to play the character, alongside Hugh Jackman, reprising his Wolverine role in the Marvel Cinematic Universe for the first time. 
Director Shawn Levy Release Date July 26, 2024 Writers Rhett Reese , Paul Wernick Cast Ryan Reynolds , Hugh Jackman , Morena Baccarin , Brianna Hildebrand , Jennifer Garner , Peggy (Dog) Franchise(s) Deadpool , Marvel Cinematic Universe Upcoming Marvel Movies
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July 26, 2024
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