When 'Avengers: Endgame' started trending on the internet following its release, the good people at P*rnHub were curious about how this would effect trends on their website.
Popular culture influences many things, and over the years, they've been a huge influencing factor in the adult entertainment genre. A lot of famous movies and television shows get an 'adult' theme makeover and thankfully, adult entertainment sites have made note of this strange trend.
So it doesn't come as a surprise that 'Avengers: Infinity War caused a massive surged in adult searches related to the film. But those numbers pale in comparison to the number of people searching for 'Avengers: Endgame'-themed clips according to the adult entertainment site, P*rnHub.
Back when 'Avengers: Infinity War' released, searches for comic-themed adult entertainment saw a surge. P*rnHub recorded a 356% surge in 'Avengers'-related searches on their website. This was back in 2018, so that kind of a surge is a pretty sizable increase, considering the fact that the Marvel movie franchise is very huge and pretty popular.
So when 'Avengers: Endgame' started trending on the internet following its release, the good people at P*rnHub were curious about how this would effect trends on their website. The insight team at the adult entertainment website found that the new movie had an immense influence on the kind of content people searched for.
The shift in trend began from the beginning of April and continued to rise, but just before the movie's opening weekend, the insight team noted something impressive. 'Avengers: Endgame' turned out to become one of the top-ranking movies of all time, so the searches for Marvel-themed adult content increased by a staggering 2,912% on April 19.
But before that staggering high, the average percentage cruised at a high of 1,779% before April 16. But the premiere of the 'Avengers: Endgame' movie on April 26 made the searches for Marvel-themed adult skyrocket to an unbelievable 5,188%, eons above the site's pre-April 15 record of the data.
In simple terms, the 2,912% increase indicates an additional 2 MILLION searches over a time period of 7 days. Added to this, most of the searches that had the keyword 'Avengers' also revealed the preferences of superheroes. Names like ‘Captain Marvel’, ‘Black Widow’ and ‘Spider-Man’ took the top three positions, while Incredible Hulk and Captain America took fourth and fifth place respectively. Other Avengers that were searched include Scarlet Witch, Gamora, Thor, Iron Man, and Black Panther.