With advance tickets for Avengers: Endgame already available to the public and selling out quick, theaters are starting to prepare themselves for what’ll no doubt be the biggest blockbuster of the year.
AMC, for instance, have announced that they’ll be hosting a 22-movie MCU marathon on Tuesday, April 23rd. If you remember, last year, Marvel Studios marked their 10th anniversary by bringing every outing in the franchise to date back to theaters as part of a multi-day marathon. And now that Endgame is quickly approaching, it seems as if an even lengthier event is about to get underway.
Of course, any movie marathon is tough on audiences, but one that consists of 22 films is certainly a big ask. And though we imagine most theater chains will be giving fans ample breaks between movies, the Showcase Cinema de Lux Revere in Revere, MA is going one step further.
Instead of just giving folks breaks, they’ll also be offering “access to shower stations to clean up, yoga breaks to stretch and relax in between movies, and portable cell phone charging lockers. Marvelous meal breaks will also be offered along with 22% off concessions.” Not bad, eh?
Tickets to the event will cost $90 and it sounds like it’ll be a great experience for fans looking to catch up with a little marathon. But if you don’t have time for all that, fear not, as Avengers: Endgame co-directors Joe and Anthony Russo recently revealed the three most important films to watch before April 26th. Much to the surprise of nobody, those would be Civil War, Infinity War and The Winter Soldier. And if you want to throw one more in there, maybe sit down with 2012’s The Avengers, too. If for no other reason than just to see how far the MCU has come since then.