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Watch Avengers: Endgame’s Red Carpet World Premiere Live

Later today, the long-awaited Avengers: Endgame is finally making its world premiere in Los Angeles. And while most of the filmgoing public currently has a few more days to wait before they can see the movie for themselves, fans can still tune into tonight’s event to catch all the red carpet fanfare.

Marvel Entertainment has just announced via Twitter that the event can be seen on the official Marvel website from 4:30pm Pt/7:30pm Et. The tweet invites people to “tune in for interviews with the cast and much more,” which might be good news for any fans keen for some last-minute scraps of Endgame intel.

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‘Avengers: Endgame’ Presales Estimated At $120M+; $300M Domestic Opening In Play

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‘Avengers: Endgame’ Presales Estimated At $120M+; $300M Domestic Opening In Play
According to Deadline sources, before Avengers: Endgame even flickers one image on a movie screen ahead of its Thursday night previews nationwide, advance domestic ticket sales for the Russo Brothers-directed Marvel sequel are estimated to be north of $120M with some figuring they’re as high as $140M. These figures do not come from Disney.

Again, it’s not clear if all of those pre-sales are designated for this weekend at the box office, however, the projection makes sense: Avengers: Endgame shattered the first 24 hour advance tickets sales record set by Star Wars: The Force Awakens on Fandango four years ago and other exhibitor ticketing outlets. Prior to that pic’s once historical opening record domestic weekend of $247.9M, Force Awakens’ pre-sales were estimated to be north of $100M. We hear that the big three chains –AMC, Regal and Cinemark–are currently driving 75% of Endgame‘s presales.

Earlier this month
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Everything We Know About Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Season 6

The never-ending hiatus between Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Seasons 5 and 6 has been enough to drive any fan mad, but no one can deny that Avengers: Infinity War made it totally necessary. Darn that Thanos snap and its derailment of everything we know and love!

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If You Thought Infinity War Was Long, Just Wait Until You See Avengers: Endgame

If You Thought Infinity War Was Long, Just Wait Until You See Avengers: Endgame
Now that we have an official trailer, poster, and release date for Avengers: Endgame, it's time to start preparing ourselves for the mental and emotional stress the movie is going to put us through. Avengers: Infinity War was already a roller coaster, but considering everything we're expecting to happen in the epic fourth Avengers installment, it's going to take a while for us to recover. And because Marvel is so relentless in their endeavor to completely wreck us, Avengers: Endgame might be the longest running Marvel Studios movie ever.

The film was still going through the editing process as of Nov. 8 with a runtime of three hours. Now, a few months later, it's been confirmed on AMC's website that Endgame will be a lengthy three hours and two minutes long.

If that is indeed true, it'll take the crown - or gauntlet - as the longest Marvel movie. The
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Tony Vows To Give Thanos Something To Remember In New Endgame TV Spot

In last year’s Avengers: Infinity War, Thanos famously told Iron Man during their first encounter, “I hope they remember you.” Now, with Avengers: Endgame just four days away from release, a new TV spot shows Tony Stark vowing to give the Mad Titan “something to remember.”

As Rocket says in the latest promo, this week’s release will see the Avengers finally living up to their name as they take the fight back to the purple conqueror. Going by a clip released earlier this month, the team’s initial plan is to track down Thanos, steal his Infinity Stones and use them to reverse the snap. Interestingly, all the promotional footage from recent weeks seems to imply that Tony won’t be joining Earth’s Mightiest Heroes on this particular mission, suggesting that he may still be stuck drifting through space in this early stretch of the film.

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10 Years of Marvel Adventures Lead to 'Avengers: Endgame'

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Where were you when Iron Man first flew? How loud did you cheer when Thor first wielded his mighty hammer? Did you weep with joy when Marvel's The Avengers assembled for the first time? Marvel Studios' Cinematic Universe has been provoking visceral reactions from longtime fans as well as newcomers for more than 10 years, throughout more than 20 super-powered films. In 2018, audiences were shaken by events in Avengers: Infinity War. Now it's all come to this: Avengers: Endgame will...

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'Avengers: Endgame' — Who Will Die?

'Avengers: Endgame' — Who Will Die?
There was a lot of death in the Marvel Cinematic Universe in Avengers: Infinity War, with literally half of all life in the universe ending at the hands of Thanos (Josh Brolin) in the closing moments of the movie*. As we get ready for the rematch in Avengers: Endgame, it’s time to take a look at which heroes are left standing and ask ourselves: How likely are they to make it through to the end credits?

Yes, we know that the heroes who died in the snap will probably make it back to life, considering there are sequels to multiple movies featuring ...
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Captain Marvel Is Now The 25th Highest Grossing Movie Of All Time

With Avengers: Endgame just a few days away from reaching cinemas, now feels like a good time to check back in with Captain Marvel, which is currently at the tail end of a triumphant run in theaters.

At the time of writing, the global gross of Carol Danvers’ solo debut sits at a hefty $1,089,526,133, having recently passed the $400 million mark domestically. These figures make Captain Marvel the 7th highest grossing film of the McU, falling behind only the three Avengers movies, Black Panther, Iron Man 3 and Captain America: Civil War. On top of that, the flick now stands as the 25th highest grossing feature of all time, just beating out The Dark Knight Rises over the weekend.

Interestingly, the movie’s last three days actually saw Captain Marvel do a little better domestically than it did on the weekend before, jumping up from $8.6 to $9.1 million. Perhaps filmgoers are keen
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The Lion King Could Rival Avengers: Endgame At The Box Office

We’re a mere four days out from the release of Avengers: Endgame, and all signs indicate that the movie is headed for a ridiculously massive opening weekend. But while the Avengers: Infinity War sequel may seem like the clear favorite for highest-grossing film of 2019, Exhibitor Relation Co.’s senior analyst Jeff Bock has argued that it could have some competition in another much-hyped Disney blockbuster.

Speaking to ComicBook.com, the analyst argued that the upcoming live-action remake of The Lion King could ultimately rake in a global gross to rival the Russo Brothers’ new flick:

“The only thing that might even touch it [Avengers: Endgame] in terms of the worldwide box office, might be The Lion King, just because that is the crown jewel that the Disney animation has in their vault.”

It’s true that the 1994 animation has more nostalgic clout these days than quite possibly any other Disney movie,
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Summer Box Office: Five Weekends to Watch

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Summer Box Office: Five Weekends to Watch
Popcorn season is upon us, and it’ll be up to comic-book heroes, a wise-cracking genie, and a lion who would be king to ensure movie theaters are still the hottest place to spend the summer.

Last summer, blockbusters like “Avengers: Infinity War,” “Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom,” Ocean’s 8,” and “The Meg” drove moviegoers to their local multiplex in record numbers. This year could be equally impressive. At the very least, Disney will be a force to be reckoned with as the studio unveils highly anticipated titles, including “Avengers: Endgame,” “The Lion King,” and “Toy Story 4.”

As the dog days approach, Variety took a look five weekends that should have the summer box office sizzling.

April 26: “Avengers: Endgame

Summer is getting off to an earlier start with “Avengers: Endgame” debuting at the end of April, and Marvel’s epic superhero mashup couldn’t arrive at a better time.
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McU Timeline Shifts as ‘Spider Man: Far From Home’ Confirmed as Phase Three Finale, Not ‘Endgame’

Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige has kept the Marvel Cinematic Universe timeline under lock and key in the lead up to this weekend’s “Avengers: Endgame,” but he did surprise fans at a recent fan event in Shanghai (via Newsweek) by confirming that “Endgame” is not the last chapter in Phase Three of the McU. The upcoming “Spider Man: Far From Home,” set for release this July, is actually the final installment of Phase Three, which began with “Captain America: Civil War” in 2016 and has included such beloved McU entries as “Black Panther” and “Thor: Ragnarok.”

Feige would not speak on the matter outside of responding to a “Far From Home” question by saying, “It’s the end of the third phase.” The executive added this was the first time he was confirming publicly that this nugget of information was confirmed. McU fans have been wondering about the future of the movie universe following “Endgame,
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Here’s When The First Avengers: Endgame Screening Is, So You Can Stay Off Twitter

Last week, almost five-minutes of spoiler-heavy Avengers: Endgame footage leaked online, sending Marvel fans fleeing en masse from social media to avoid being exposed to this revealing content. But for those of you who are still taking their chances on Twitter or Instagram, you may want to bear in mind that a huge number of people will have seen the whole 3-hour feature very soon.

The first public screenings for the Avengers: Infinity War sequel start at 12am in China on April 24th, which translates to 12pm Est on Tuesday, April 23rd. At the time of writing, this means we have slightly over 24 hours to go until the first set of filmgoers are sat down for their viewing, and you just know that there are some people out there who’ll be all too happy to spoil the whole thing.

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Could the Avatar sequels break the wrong kind of box office record?

Tom Jolliffe looks at Avatar 2 and a distinct lack of excitement to return to James Cameron’s world…

You remember that film with blue characters in it? No, not The SmurfsAvatar. In 2009 it was the groundbreaking, visually dazzling CGI world which James Cameron created, whilst simultaneously revolutionising 3D technology (and beginning a five year fascination with 3D films which is slowly beginning to lose its lustre in the last five years). Whilst the film had its share of detractors it had a few fans.

The film grossed $2.79 billion worldwide. You could say that is an absolutely huge, almost mind boggling amount, and you’d be right. However, what it also is, is a bar. Avatar, all told was also one of the most long gestating and expensive projects ever greenlit. This was James Cameron’s long awaited follow up to Titanic, which was previously the highest grossing film ever.
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The Marvel Movies Debrief - Avengers: Infinity War Recap, Legacy, and McU Connections

James Hunt Apr 22, 2019

The entire Marvel roster comes together to fight the McU's biggest bad yet, in a crossover event unlike anything we've seen before

This article comes from Den of Geek UK.

This article contains spoilers for Avengers: Infinity War and the wider McU.

How could Avengers: Infinity War have possibly been any better? That’s the only question we can ask anyone who doesn’t love this movie. Sure, if you’re not into Marvel or you skipped a bunch of the previous instalments it’ll be very hard to understand what’s going on. But for those of us who have enjoyed every Marvel film, who have followed its arc and its characters from day one, this film promises two and a half hours of sheer, unfettered joy. And then it delivers it like a piece of precision clockwork.

The thing about Infinity War is that
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10 Art Books Every Real Movie Fan Should Own

What many people don't recognize is how much production, time, and money goes into making a popular film. Movies like Avengers: Infinity War, Harry Potter, or Toy Story didn't and couldn't happen overnight. They took planning, direction, editing, and more. One of the most important aspects of those movies is the artwork.

Some of the greatest movies of all time have stellar artwork behind them. There's so much to learn from them, which is what makes the "Art of" books such a great investment. Learning more about how these movies got made is a fun experience. Here are 10 art books every movie fan should own.
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It’s Thanos Vs. Cap In This New Avengers: Endgame TV Spot

To mark five days until the release of Avengers: Endgame, Marvel has released yet another TV spot, which teases the coming clash between Captain America and Thanos.

The promo begins with Black Widow observing that the Mad Titan has used the Infinity Stones on another planet, before Steve Rogers resolves that they “go get this son of a —” At this point, the TV spot edits out the bad language, though it’s clear that Cap is in no mood to watch his mouth. And so, after cycling through a series of familiar scenes, the preview takes us to Steve’s showdown with the purple tyrant, who’s wielding a massive new blade, and is backed by an overwhelming army of extra-terrestrial forces.

Incidentally, the moody backdrop to their confrontation has featured in quite a few Endgame trailers and TV spots in recent months. There’s already been a fair amount
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The Avengers Have To Live Up To Their Name In New Endgame TV Spot

For once, the heroes failed to save the day in Avengers: Infinity War, as Thanos succeeded in wiping out 50% of the universe’s population. Though they lost so many of their friends, you can be damn sure they’ll avenge them when they go up against the Mad Titan again in Avengers: Endgame.

That’s certainly the aim, anyways, as exemplified in this new TV spot. To mark just five days to go until it arrives in theaters, the promo above gives us another sliver of fresh footage. The 15-second trail features a voiceover from Rocket Raccoon, who has some typically abrasive words of encouragement for his newfound allies. “Alright, Avengers,” says the last Guardian of the Galaxy. “Time to live up to your name.”

The TV shot then splices together shots of the heroes during a meeting at the Avengers complex – Thor, Hawkeye and Rocket, to be precise – with
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‘Captain Marvel’ Gets ‘Avengers’-Fueled Box Office Bump, Hits $400 Million Domestic

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‘Captain Marvel’ Gets ‘Avengers’-Fueled Box Office Bump, Hits $400 Million Domestic
Avengers: Endgame” is expected to break multiple box office records next weekend, but for Disney and Marvel Studios, the blockbuster’s impact is already being seen on the last Marvel Cinematic Universe installment to hit theaters, “Captain Marvel.”

As the final countdown begins to the biggest Marvel film yet, many of the franchise’s most devoted fans are re-watching the 21 films that brought us to this point, which has led to renewed interest in “Captain Marvel” as it completes its seventh weekend in theaters. This Easter, the film is actually seeing an increase in its grosses, with $9.1 million this weekend, a 6% rise from the $8.6 million it earned the previous weekend.

Also Read: 'Avengers: Endgame' Breaks All-Time Pre-Sale Ticket Record on Atom Tickets

Since its release last month, “Captain Marvel” has continued to perform unlike any other superhero movie of its kind. Brie Larson’s heroine was introduced fresh
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How Hispanic Audiences Drove New Line’s ‘La Llorona’ To $26.5M Easter Weekend B.O. Win

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How Hispanic Audiences Drove New Line’s ‘La Llorona’ To $26.5M Easter Weekend B.O. Win
Two weeks before Avengers: Infinity War posted an all-time record opening of $257.6M last year, New Line had the Dwayne Johnson monster production Rampage, which they teed up before the mammoth Marvel beast and earned $101M.

But this year, with Easter being late and many rivals dodging the frame due to Avengers: Endgame, they rolled the dice on programming a $9M James Wan horror movie, The Curse of La Llorona, and beat the $15M-$17M domestic tracking with a $26.5M weekend win largely built on Hispanic audiences turning up at 49%. With a release in 71 territories, making it the No. 1 pic abroad and in Latin America, Llorona‘s global purse stands at $56.5M. Imax drove $3M of the pic’s global business, $2M of that being in the U.S. from 383 locations.

The South and Western regions of the Us repped 73% of Llorona‘s domestic box office, on a weekend when
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New Avengers: Endgame TV Spot Reveals First Footage Of Valkyrie

What with the devastating events of Avengers: Infinity War, Marvel fans have been furiously theorizing for the past year or so about the fates of the characters that we didn’t get to see in the movie. In fact, one that folks were really worried about – and understandably so – was Valkyrie, as played by Tessa Thompson in Thor: Ragnarok.

But finally, last month, her very own character poster and the Chinese poster for Avengers: Endgame officially confirmed that she’ll return to the McU next week in the upcoming sequel, and now we have our first look at her in the film. In the new TV spot seen above, we get a brief shot of Thompson’s fan favorite hero, and though the context of the scene is unknown, she appears to be in plain clothes here and not in her armor, though don’t take that to mean she
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