The multicast over multi-unicast is the existence of transmission reuse, i.e., the cooperation among destinations. This intrinsic characteristic benefits the multicast regarding the enhancement of transmission efficiency. Consequently, multicast is extensively studied under various wireless environments. Yet people still have limited understanding on the impact of node mobility on the transmission reuse when multicast is applied instead of multiple unicast. In this project propose on the correlated mobility which captures the feature of real mobility processes, to study its influence on transmission reuse in mobile ad hoc networks (MANETs). Specifically, we quantify the transmission reuse as multicast gain, i.e., the capacity ratio of multicast and multi unicast under certain delay constraint. We design a multilayer routing protocol and propose different kinds of causal scheduling policies, under which the overall multicast capacity-delay tradeoff is derived by exploring various correlation degrees of node mobility. Compared with the capacity delay tradeoff in unicast case, we calculate the multicast gain. Results show that the correlation of node mobility greatly influences the multicast gain, and in certain cases network can achieve the upper bound of multicast gain regardless of the logarithmic factor.