It's raining positive reviews for Brie Larson's Captain Marvel that's slated to release on March 8. After harsh reviews bombarded the Rotten Tomatoes site even before the film's premiere, critics and their positive response should be credited for giving us a sigh of relief. Marve's first female superhero movie is getting us eager beaver for all the right reasons and we hope it's able to surpass the expectations we had from DC's Wonder Woman. While the box office battle is yet to announce its big winner, the pre-ticket sales of the same have already announced Brie Larson's win against Gal Gadot. Captain Marvel New Promo: This New Clip Of Goose The Cat Doing Basic Things Is Practically Purrfect! Watch Video.
Check out Fandango's tweet
— Fandango (@Fandango) February 21, 2019
According to the online ticketing company, Fandango, Captain Marvel's pre-ticket sales as a superhero origin film is way ahead of Wonder Woman or even Aquaman. The movie's pre-ticket sales is currently ranked on the second position, falling just behind Marvel's Black Panther. So the order of the movies ranked in accordance with pre-booking is
- Chadwick Boseman's Black Panther
- Brie Larson's Captain Marvel
- Gal Gadot's Wonder Woman
- Jason Momoa's Aquaman
- Ryan Reynolds' Deadpool
However, coming to Marvel's own cinematic universe, MCU, Captain Marvel secure third position is the pre-booking category. The movie falls behind Avengers: Infinity War and Black Panther and this is a considerably huge feat. Going by this superhero movie's pre-sales numbers, it is expected to open to a huge $100 million to $120 million at the US box office. Captain Marvel First Reactions Are Out and Seems like Brie Larson's Superhero Outing is Already a Winner!
Captain Marvel's story revolves around an Air Force pilot, Carol Danvers who is infused with superpowers and later finds herself in the centre of a battle between two alien worlds that threaten Earth. She's also touted as the strongest superhero in the entire MCU and a key to defeating the Mad Titan, Thanos. Yea, the long wait for the movie is killing us equally.