>>103035258>Watch her break WW. That's all it takes, pal.
I said it'd be lucky to - not that it wouldn't. Notice the distinction?
Let me make this clear. What qualifies to you - whoever you are - as "breaking the internet" or "changing" much of anything "forever" is a whole universe of difference apart from overtaking Wonder Woman's view count. I hope you understand that it's not the same thing and trying to shift goalposts isn't exactly winning you any favors.
Mind you, I'm no hater and I can be plenty interested in a trailer, but make your expectations realistic. The only trailer to ever cause a shitstorm that mattered regardless of viewcount was the first leaked deadpool test footage since it lit a fire under the ass of every FOX exec to fast-track the film's production. On the other hand, Infinity war was anticipated after a decade of buildup, so you can't scoff at the result.
Don't bullshit my context or take it out of my intended meaning like a little cattish bitch, either. Nothing changes if It overtakes wonder woman - however, Everything changes if the view count overtakes IW's 24-hour view count or even bests WW's opening day take in theaters or so much as nears Black Panther's first-week take.
Notice I'm not being unrealistic and expecting it to touch infinity war, let alone the first avengers in any capacity. I would be impressed and surprised if it did, but I'm certainly not expecting that to be plausible.
Again, for clarity. It doesn't have shit to do with it being a female character or anything as menial or trivial as that. It's literally all to do with the service the character has provided in storytelling to this day compared to others in the mediums she inhabits.
When her most well-known story event is being sapped of her powers by rogue, you can't really expect much more than a countdown clock over her head to be ticking down until Sarah Haley Finn finds an actress to playing the role of rogue since Marvel got the rights back to the X-men.