If advance ticket sales are anything to go by, it looks like “Captain Marvel” is going to be yet another hit for Marvel and Disney. As of today, the film has already gone past “Aquaman” and “Wonder Woman” in ticket pre-sales, suggesting that it is going to have a huge open when it hits theaters next month.

Latest reports about the ticket pre-sales reveal that the female-fronted superhero film is now the third biggest pre-seller among all Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) films, going just a little behind “Avengers: Infinity War” and “Black Panther.”

With its successful advance ticket sale, early predictions indicate that “Captain Marvel” may open to a huge $100 million to $120 million. This value is expected to rise as Disney heads toward the final leg of its marketing in the coming weeks.

“‘Captain Marvel’ has a great ’90’s sci-fi vibe with a tone unlike any other Marvel movie,” ticket-selling company Fandango’s managing editor, Erik Davis, said in a statement. “It’s one of the most unique superhero origin stories we’ve ever seen. With surging advance ticket sales, thanks partially to the positive critical reactions from this week’s first screenings, it’s clear that this ‘Cap’ has the right stuff when it comes to moviegoer appeal,” he continued.

The upcoming addition to the MCU will introduce Brie Larson’s Carol Danvers, an Air Force pilot with special powers. In the film, she will find herself caught up in a battle between two extraterrestrial worlds threatening to ruin the world.

The film will see the dawn of a new chapter in the MCU as it tells the origin story of the female superhero. Producers of the film hope that “Captain Marvel” will match the success of DC’s Patty Jenkins-directed “Wonder Woman,” which also focused on a female superhero. Top billed by Gal Gadot, the film opened $103.3 million domestically and raked in more than $820 million globally.

Meanwhile, “Captain Marvel” is the 21st addition to the MCU and will feature Larson, Samuel L. Jackson, Ben Mendelsohn, Dijimon Hounsou, Annette Bening, Jude Law, Lee Pace, Lashana Lynch, Gemma Chan and Clark Gregg in its cast.

The film is set to open in theaters on March 8.