‘Thor: Ragnarok’ Tops Trailer Views In 24 Hours For Marvel & Disney

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This Monday, Marvel released the first teaser trailer for Thor: Ragnarok. The trailer certainly did its job in getting fans excited for the third solo Thor film, as it is not only Marvel’s most viewed trailer in 24 hours but its parent company Disney’s as well. For a studio that owns Marvel, Star Wars, Pixar and all of the Disney live-action and animated catalog, that’s saying a lot.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, the Thor: Ragnarok teaser racked up over 136 million views in only 24 hours. Disney’s previous record holder was the official trailer for Beauty and the Beast with 127.6 million views. Before that was the first full-length Star Wars: The Force Awakens trailer with 112 million. Marvel’s previous 24-hour record holder was the second Captain America: Civil War trailer with 94 million views. With numbers like these, it looks like Disney just can’t lose.

The overall record holder currently belongs to the It trailer, which was just released a couple weeks ago. The Stephen King remake garnered 197 million views in 24 hours. However, all of these trailers might just be placeholders as there will no doubt be a new Star Wars: The Last Jedi trailer dropping soon with Star Wars Celebration Orlando taking place this weekend.

Imprisoned on the other side of the universe, the mighty Thor (Chris Hemsworth) finds himself in a deadly gladiatorial contest that pits him against the Hulk (Mark Ruffalo), his former ally and fellow Avenger. Thor’s quest for survival leads him in a race against time to prevent the all-powerful Hela (Cate Blanchett) from destroying his home world and the Asgardian civilization.

Directed by Taika Waititi, the film stars Chris Hemsworth, Mark Ruffalo, Cate Blanchett, Tom Hiddleston, Tessa Thompson, Idris Elba, Karl Urban, Anthony Hopkins and Jeff Goldblum.

Thor: Ragnarok hits theaters November 3, 2017.

Source: The Hollywood Reporter

10 Highlights From The ‘Thor: Ragnarok’ Teaser Trailer

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Thor Ragnarok 12The first official teaser trailer for Marvel’s upcoming Thor: Ragnarok hit the web, and boy does it look incredible. Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 director James Gunn recently proclaimed that the trailer was the best Marvel trailer ever made, and after seeing this new footage it’s hard to disagree. It also helps that this trailer takes some advice from the Guardians playbook thanks to perfect usage of Led Zepplin’s “Immigrant Song”.

This incredible new teaser showcases that filmmaker Taika Waititi (What We Do in the Shadows and Hunt for the Wilderpeople) is going to bring quite possibly the most unique film within the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The kinetic visual style and the infectious energy seems to surpass both Thor and Thor: The Dark World combined.

Without further ado, let’s take a look at 10 of the most exciting highlights from the newest teaser for Thor: Ragnarok. 

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Jeff Grantz

Jeff Grantz

Jeff Grantz is an Atlanta-based writer, filmmaker and host of The Amazing Nerdiverse Podcast (on iTunes and YouTube).

  • bingeit 45

    enjoy it for 2 days, star wars is coming

  • pj jp

    lol jl release date will be pushed back. 😂

    • K. Emil Brainchild

      and yet No marvel movie can get more views than the IT trailer. LOLOLOL pathetic

      • pj jp

        26%

        • K. Emil Brainchild

          17%

          • pj jp

            0/5 😂😂😂

            want to here a joke ?
            the dceu lmao

          • K. Emil Brainchild

            Marvel has the lowest super hero installment of all time LOLOL 17%

          • pj jp

            0/5 😂😂😂😂

          • K. Emil Brainchild

            That’s why thanos is now cable 😂😂😂

          • pj jp

            thats why dceu is 0/5 lmao..

          • pj jp

            dude got no likes on his comebacks lmao.. even dceu apoligist think what u say is crap

          • pj jp

            dc has yet to release any film in their dceu thats been rated then a mcu film released the same year lmao 😂😂😂😂😂😂

            😂😂😂😂😂

          • pj jp

            Unite the Seven!

            um, i mean, Unite the Six!

            oops, i mean the five, Unite the Five!

            aaawaaaw f*ck it, Unite the League!
            😂

          • K. Emil Brainchild

            Yeah you wrote it twice you have nothing lolol

          • pj jp

            lol u support this iteration of the dceu anything u say is null in void. lmao dceu king if the razzies lmao..

          • pj jp

            dude u look like beetlejuice off howard and stern. grab a snickers 😂

          • pj jp
          • pj jp

            u do realise

            chris evans was human torch and cap america?

            Michael b Jordan human torch and now a marvel villian?

            lmao dumb as is usen brolin going from one marvel film to another lmao..

            what does that have to do with dc spending more mony to make films then marvel.. but make less $ money and rated crap ? 😂😂😂😁😂😂😑😂😁😁

          • K. Emil Brainchild

            That’s why Sony is going to drop Spidey out if the MCU 😂😂😂🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

          • pj jp

            3 accompanies released 2 cbms each in 2016.. dc/wb had the worst 2 cbms.. how does dc let two seperate companies crap on their cbms.. when they cost less to make 😂😂😂😂😂

          • pj jp

            Unite the Seven!

            um, i mean, Unite the Six!

            oops, i mean the five, Unite the Five!

            aaawaaaw f*ck it, Unite the League!

          • K. Emil Brainchild

            And that’s why the fighting in kung fu panda is better than iron fist 😂😂😂😂😂

          • pj jp

            lol u cant even defend dceu so u bring up other films that have nothing to do with cbms 😂😂 dceu sucks that bad. lmao

          • pj jp
          • K. Emil Brainchild

            Mcu is taking L’s in 2017

          • pj jp

            lmao then u woke up from stage 3 of ur inception dream lmao lol.. i hearf the same rhetoric in 2016 yet dceu is still 0/3

            3) If filmgoers are starting to tire of Batman, that’s BIG trouble. Ever since Superman II in 1981, DC/Warner Bros. has had a very hard time getting any other superhero property to the big screen – and when they do, they are almost always critical or commercial disappointments. The one exception has been Batman. Batman is the closest thing DC Entertainment has to a sure thing – so much so, that when Man of Steel finished it’s box-office run below expectations, they immediately trashed plans for Man of Steel 2 and went about making Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice – and they began the Batman villain franchise, Suicide Squad. While the $330 million domestic take for Batman v. Superman is hardly chicken feed, it is disappointing when you consider DC/Warners was hoping this historic clash, plus Wonder Woman, would do close to Avengers or Dark Knight numbers (over $600 million adjusted). Batman v. Superman ended up making less, adjusted for inflation, than all but two of the eight live-action Batman films to date – and those two were the films that almost sank the Bat-franchise (Batman and Robin) and the film that underperformed due to that film’s still bitter taste (Batman Begins).

            😂😂😂

          • pj jp

            yeah just like they did in 2016 lmao..

            are u even black? i expected betyer comebacks. But i sounds loke u get ur insults from F.r.i.e.d.s and Seinfeld.. lol clown

          • pj jp
          • pj jp

            remember when dc/wb use to put out good films consistently? Yeah me neither cause its never happend. fact 😂😂😂

            only once have they put out 2 3 great or decent films and that was the tdk trilogy other that its been disappointments before and after tdk triology lmao.. have to go back to keatons or kilmers Batman before theres any decent well received by critcs or audiences. lmao 40 plus years in the movie business 29 films yet only 10 of them passed expectations while being rated good by critics and audiences lmao embarrassing.

          • pj jp

            13/14 mcu are rated better then 3/3 dceu films while 1/3 dceu films are rated better then 1/14 mcu films 😂😂😂😂😂😂… 19/29 dc feature films have either underperformed or hated by audiences and critics or a combination if both 😂😂😂😂😂😂 dc has only 10 films that weree praised by audeicens and critics while over performing in the boxoffice lmao 😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂 dceu avg 36% rotten ratting lol

          • pj jp

            the Cleveland browns got more wins in the last 5 years then dc does 😂😂😂😂😂😂

          • K. Emil Brainchild

            Dceu is 3 movies in ansnalready made more than mcu has in 3 movies. Go check the stats

          • pj jp

            dc has never consistently put out good films. fact lmao.. like ur mother this is to easy 😂😂😂

          • pj jp

            every cbm where a actor/actress appeared in both a marvel or a dc film.. The marvel film they appeared in was rated better then the dc film they appered in.. lmao

            heres an example..

            ben Affleck dd is rated better then bvs 😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂

            check the stats mitch lmao

            thor 2 dark world with adbesi from oz》 ss

            lmao the list goes on and on lmao

          • pj jp
          • pj jp

            3) If filmgoers are starting to tire of Batman, that’s BIG trouble. Ever since Superman II in 1981, DC/Warner Bros. has had a very hard time getting any other superhero property to the big screen – and when they do, they are almost always critical or commercial disappointments. The one exception has been Batman. Batman is the closest thing DC Entertainment has to a sure thing – so much so, that when Man of Steel finished it’s box-office run below expectations, they immediately trashed plans for Man of Steel 2 and went about making Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice – and they began the Batman villain franchise, Suicide Squad. While the $330 million domestic take for Batman v. Superman is hardly chicken feed, it is disappointing when you consider DC/Warners was hoping this historic clash, plus Wonder Woman, would do close to Avengers or Dark Knight numbers (over $600 million adjusted). Batman v. Superman ended up making less, adjusted for inflation, than all but two of the eight live-action Batman films to date – and those two were the films that almost sank the Bat-franchise (Batman and Robin) and the film that underperformed due to that film’s still bitter taste (Batman Begins).

            lmao loser

            😂😂😂😂

      • pj jp

        😂😂😂 lol starwars and thor bout to rape jl boxoffice while jl is rated crap for the fifth time in a row lmao

        • K. Emil Brainchild

          The IT trailer has the most views of all time

          • pj jp

            0/5 are we talking cbms are nahhh.
            nothing funnier then a dcturd bringing in another film from of another gener to argue with lmao what has the dceu done? oh i know nothing.. lmao

          • pj jp

            dceu about to be 5 films in their universe and all but mos will be rated rotten and none will have made 1billion im the bo lmao

            marvel avgs bigger boxoffice per film.

            spends less per film.

            has better reviews from critics and audience per film.

            while making mire films per year then dc.. lmao dc is trash bruh lmao u jist have bad taste in films. but the General public will continue to make fun if the dceu lmao

          • pj jp

            go sit at the kiddy table comeback when u can defend dc with something dc. but since the dceu is trash and will be trash for the foreseeable future. Gonna be there for a while mitch lmao