Marvel and Avengers: Endgame

Giovanni Misiti, Staff Writer

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Marvel Studios has captivated their audiences for 11 years of film now and their attraction is all coming to an end. From Captain America: The First Avenger to Captain Marvel and everything in between, Avengers: Endgame has been highly anticipated for months since its announcement. Fans await what the future holds for the beloved characters and their imminent fates, as the film has clearly stirred quite a bit of buzz in the media as the great series come to a close. Especially, following the debut of

Captain Marvel, which was released back in March. The movie received much attention as the lead was casted as a female and served as Marvel Studios first dominant female solo movie. Overall, the movie did fairly well in the box office, accumulating $358 million in the US alone, and Avengers: Endgame is looking to surpass that digit substantially. The likelihood of this looks to be very hopeful, as the opening day of ticket sales online had sites shutting down for hours.

E-tickets for the movie were able to be purchased on April 1, however many viewers struggled to purchase their set of tickets due to multiple webpage shutdowns because of the volumes of internet traffic they were receiving. So, if you were unable to purchase your tickets ahead of time, try the local box office on opening weekend. The films designated runtime is 182 minutes and you can see it in theaters everywhere as of April 26.

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