On Friday, Wonder Woman – the highly anticipated superhero film based on the DC comic book character of the same name, was released worldwide. The film starring Gal Gadot and Chris Pine was not only awarded an incredible 93% rating on Rotten Tomatoes, it was so good, it got RedTube viewers searching for it on the site all. weekend. long.
Although the movie was released everywhere on June 2, in a handful of countries it was released as early as May 30th. Which would explain the increase in “Wonder Woman” related searches on the site beginning that Tuesday. You can see that beginning Tuesday of last week, searches related to the super hero see an increase. May 30th, searches are up 24%. By the next day, 30%. Come June 2nd, searches on RedTube related to “Wonder Woman” were up by a whopping 236% and it didn’t stop there. Searches peaked on Sunday at +316%. Who exactly was searching for “Wonder Woman” the most? Men saw the biggest proportional change in searches, with an increase of 46%. Of all other age groups, 45-54 year olds were 22% more likely to search for related terms, followed by 35-44 years olds at +14%.
Some of the specific terms that increased in searches include “wonder woman” (+853%) and “gal gadot” (+558%). Other interesting terms include “wonder woman porn” (+244%) and “wonder woman costume” (211%). Then you have others like “sex gal gadot”, “gal gadot naked nude” and “parody wonder woman” which were all new search terms.
Wondering which U.S. state was most intrigued by the film? With an increase in searches of more than 421%, that would be done other than Washington state. Followed by sunny states California on the west coast (+416%) and Florida on the east coast (+413%). States that couldn’t care less? You’ve got Arkansas, New Mexico and North Dakota, where searches related to “Wonder Woman” actually decreased (-58%, -46% and -42%). Every other state saw some form of increase in related searches. To name a few we’ve got;Texas (+326%), New York (+224%), District of Columbia (+154%), Hawaii (+100%) and New Jersey (+132%).