A group of cinemas in the Philippines will open 24 hours for five days for the screening of the much-awaited Marvel superhero movie “Avengers: Endgame” to premiere on April 24.
Vista Cinemas shared on its official Facebook that all its branches will open at 6 am on April 24, the first screening of the movie, and then will go on until April 28.
And to make it even #better for y'all,All Vista Cinemas branches will also be open 24 HOURS from April 24-28,…
This schedule is only offered for its branches offering the sequel of the Avengers franchise. Movie-goers can pre-order their tickets via the Vista Cinemas website and to determine if a particular branch will release the film.
Based on its website, branches of the cinemas are in Las Piñas city, in Taguig city, in Muntinlupa City, in Pampanga, in Laguna, in Cavite, in Camarines Sur and in Iloilo.
Fans around the world anticipate what’s going to happen to the remaining members of the Avengers, a group of superheroes of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, after a super villain named Thanos succeeded with his plan in wiping half of all life in the universe.
Last March, Marvel released posters of the characters who got killed and who were still alive to hype the upcoming film with the slogan: “Avenge the Fallen.”
Fallen characters such as Spiderman, Black Panther, Groot, Gamora and Doctor Strange are in monochrome shades while the remaining ones such as Black Widow, Captain America, Antman, Ironman and the Hulk are in full color.
— The Avengers (@Avengers) March 26, 2019
People are also excited to see the Captain Marvel, a new female superhero played by award-winning actress Brie Larson, in defeating the enemy.
Captain Marvel’s origin movie was just released in March and reportedly became the first female-led production that topped the $1 billion box office sales in the world.
In the United States, tickets for the advanced screening are being sold in e-commerce sites at costly prices from $1,000 to over $10,000.
This fourth Avengers movie of Marvel had the most first-day pre-day sales among all its movies, thus beating the previous “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” box office hit.