Story by: Jahaida Ramirez-Santiago and Victoria Price.
The final “Avengers” movie is finally here, and the tickets are selling out. “Endgame” broke the record for pre-sale ticket records the day they went on sale. The tickets to watch the so-called final avengers film went on sale on Tuesday, April 2, and fans began buying and bidding to have their seat saved on Saturday, April 26, 2019.
The last installment of the highly praised series, “Avengers: Infinity War”, brought in $257.6 million as an opening record and $630 million across-the-board. “Endgame has been set to premiere in most all oversea theaters, and reports state that “Endgame” has the potential to have the very first $1 billion global opening.
According to Deadline.com and after tracking where the sales stand for the film, it is predicted that the Marvel hit will bring in $200-250 million during their debut weekend. It also is predicted that it will stomp all other movies in setting the record of the highest grossing opening weekend.
The film has been confirmed to run for three hours and two minutes. It is hard to predict what will happen in the film, because Marvel is known for keeping any details hidden away until the premiere. It’s safe to say that nobody knows what will happen in “Endgame.”
In the trailer, we see that the “Avengers” characters struggle with the reality of the events shown in the previous film. The heroes begin prepare to fight Thanos again, for seemingly the final time.
However, they face another task- they must figure out how to change the world for better, and how to get things back to the way they used to be.
Trailers also teased the first “Avengers” appearance of Captain Marvel, as well as the return of Ant Man, but there is no telling of what their purpose is yet in the film. It is clear the Marvel has left fans in suspense, leaving no detail of what will happen next.
It’s no secret that this film will be on everyone’s mind. Movie tickets are selling out and websites are crashing due to the popularity of it, and fans will wait in near agony to see the presumed final installment of the franchise.