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The trailer had over 13 million more views than the previous trailer released last March.
It also had more views than the first looks of "WandaVision" and "Loki" after 24 hours.
The latest "Black Widow" trailer indicates just how hungry fans are for a new Marvel movie.
Released on Saturday, it scored 70 millions views in its first 24 hours, according to The Hollywood Reporter. An astounding feat considering that it's the third trailer of the movie to go online.
Typically, the more trailers released of a movie, the fewer views each get. But it shows the anticipation of "Black Widow" finally coming out as this trailer had over 13 million more views in its first 24 hours than the second "Black Widow" trailer released back in March 2020. It also had more views than the first looks of Marvel's Disney Plus series "WandaVision" (53 million) and "Loki" (36 million), according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Due to the pandemic, there hasn't been a Marvel movie in theaters since "Spider-Man: Far From Home" in July 2019.
The release of "Black Widow" has also been pushed back numerous times. In late March, Disney announced that the movie will be available in theaters and Disney Plus (for an added Premier Access price) on July 9.
"Black Widow" marks the first standalone movie for the Natasha Romanoff character played by Scarlett Johansson. It takes place following the events of "Captain America: Civil War" and shows Romanoff taking on danger with the help of people from her past, including her sister (Florence Pugh), the Russian version of Captain America (David Horbour), and her mother-figure (Rachel Weisz).
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