The First Avengers: Infinity War Reactions Are Here, And They’re Glowing


Yes, it’s true. Avengers: Infinity War has now screened – in full, might we add – for those lucky enough to attend the world premiere in Los Angeles last night. The Russos have already warned fans to stay off social media for fear of spoilers but let’s be honest, that’s just not going to happen, as Marvel enthusiasts are beyond eager for those early reactions coming out of the premiere – and we don’t blame them. After all, this is a movie that’s been 10 years in the making.

Thankfully, the first thoughts on the film have now begun to surface and obviously, they’re extremely positive, with some folks even going so far as to say that Infinity War is “something people will be talking about for generations.” You can dive into them down below – ahead of the full review embargo lifting later this afternoon – but as always, we’ll caution that these may not be indicative of what the general public ends up thinking of the pic.

After all, it was only a small handful of individuals who saw it last night in LA. That being said, I think we all know that Marvel’s hit another home run here, right?

Anyways, without further ado, here are some of those early reactions:

The reactions continue below:

Excited yet? Avengers: Infinity War hits theaters this Friday, April 27th, and when it does, it’s expected to break all sorts of box office records. The real question is, whether or not it’ll be able to reach the exclusive $2 billion club. Time will tell, but judging by these reactions, we’re feeling that it should have no trouble getting there.

Also, if it’s more coverage you’re after, be sure to check back later today as our full review will be live at 6pm EST!

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