The Cruella trailer received as many as 71 million views in the first 24 hours of its release… defeating popular Disney films such as Maleficent 2 and Aladdin
Last week, Disney launched the first trailer for the highly anticipated Cruella, which caused a sensation.
According to the Deadline report, in the first 24 hours, the number of trailers on all platforms reached 71
Although this number surpasses other popular Disney movies, such as “Devil Girl Demon” (61.7 million views) and “Aladdin” (60.8 million views), it is still not far from the highest record in history.
A sensation: Disney caused a sensation when it launched its first trailer for the highly anticipated Cruella last week
Trailer view: According to the Deadline report, in the first 24 hours, the number of trailer views on all platforms reached 71 million times
Disney ranks in the top four most viewed movie trailers of all time, with the first trailer of “Marvel’s Avengers: Endgame” leading with 289 million views.
The second trailer of “Avengers: Terminator” ranked second with 268 million views, followed by the second trailer of “Avengers: Infinity War” with 230 million views, and The live-action remake of The Lion King was viewed 224.6 million times.
Recently, Disney’s live-action remake of “Mulan” received 175 million views on its first day, even though that was before the COVID-19 pandemic caused significant losses to the film industry in more than one way.
Disney Records: Disney ranks among the top four most-viewed movie trailers of all time, with the first trailer of “Marvel Avengers: Endgame” leading with 289 million views
Cruella also received an impressive 265,000 mentions on social media, surpassing Aladdin (228K) and “Beauty and the Beast” (154K). The game’s first trailer received 127.6 million views.
Much of the social media conversation revolved around the controversial comparison between the protagonist of Emma Stone and Joaquin Phoenix’s movie Joker.
Whether Disney sets Cruella’s release date on May 28 and positions it on the most important Memorial Day holiday weekend, whether these social media impressions will translate into huge box office remains to be seen.
Social media: Cruella also received an impressive 265,000 mentions on social media, surpassing Aladdin (228,000) and “Beauty and the Beast” (154,000), and its first trailer has been viewed 1.276 Billion
Nevertheless, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, approximately 53% of theaters in North America are closed, and Cruella’s success will of course depend on how many theaters will open by the end of May as the COVID-19 vaccine continues to be introduced.
Many people wonder if Cruella will get a mixed release in movie theaters and Disney Plus with Premier Access, just like the studio’s collaboration with Raya and Last Dragon on March 5.
However, the studio has no indication that mixed films will be released during Disney Investor Day, although it remains to be seen whether theaters in major markets such as Los Angeles and New York will open.
Theaters: Despite this, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, approximately 53% of theaters in North America are closed. Cruella’s success will of course depend on how many theaters will open at the end of May as the COVID-19 vaccine continues to be introduced
Cruella’s background is set in London in the 1970s, when Stone’s character Estella de Vil (Estella de Vil) was in the punk rock revolution. She tried to use her unique design Name yourself.
When her designs caught the eye of the fashion legend Baroness von Herman (Emma Thompson), she became friends with a pair of thieves, Boris (Mark Strong) and Horace (Paul Walter Hauser).
This relationship sheds light on a series of events that caused Estella to transform into the evil Cruella de Vil.
Punk Rock: Cruella was founded in London in the 1970s, playing the role of Stone, Estella de Vil. She is in the midst of the punk rock revolution. She is trying to use her unique Design name
Thieves: When her design caught the eye of the fashion legend Baroness von Herman (Emma Thompson), she became a pair of thieves Boris (Mark Strong) and Horace (Paul Walter Hauser) friend