You have seen the Avengers trailer: Endgame. You have gone through all the images of Avengers: Infinity War looking for clues. But today, we have learned the most important detail of Marvel's sequel: ending all sequels. The Avengers: runtime of the end of the game
As stated by the AMC list for Avengers: Endgame on his website and then confirmed by Fandango online retailer, the long awaited sequel to Infinity War arrives at 3 hours and 2 minutes. It's 182 minutes of good things from superheroes that burn in your eyes, pre-show trailers not included.
While some are wondering how important these extra two minutes after three extra hours are to make the cut (they probably include another scene of Marvel post-credits to tease phase 4 of the MCU), I wonder if my bladder can even go to the act 3.
We have known for some time that Avengers: Endgame would be the longest Marvel movie to date (this previous title was occupied by, yes, Infinity War, 2 hours and 40 minutes), but this news finally confirms our suspicions. That said, we had longer movies before, including The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King and Titanic, so that the audience has at least some experience in single-movie marathons.
The best part is that, thanks to these cleverly edited trailers, we still know very little about the details of the Endgame story, which means that almost every minute of this run will be like a new revelation. Seriously, however, it is hoped that some theaters will offer mid-term breaks for wash-downs and snacks when tickets are finally on sale later next month.
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