Marvel debuts jam-packed new 'Avengers: Endgame' trailer as ticket websites crash

Marvel debuts jam-packed new 'Avengers: Endgame' trailer as ticket websites crash

Marvel debuts jam-packed new 'Avengers: Endgame' trailer as ticket websites crash

And if you're in a full-on Endgame fever, SYFY WIRE has you covered: we're counting down to the movie's release with a special podcast series, 22 Days Of Marvel!

But it sounds like no matter your level of Marvel fandom, you will find plenty to like in AVENGERS: ENDGAME as it continues the story of INFINITY WAR, but also serves characters who audiences have been following for 11 years. He opines in the new clip, "It's not about what how much we lost".

After all the rumours about Avengers: Endgame's mammoth running time, we now have some more official confirmation. The main AMC Theatres website wasn't loading at 8:45 a.m. People also reported problems with Fandango and Atom Tickets.

Kevin Feige produces Avengers: Endgame, and Anthony and Joe Russo are the directors.

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But perhaps the biggest revelation is that Iron Man and Captain America (Chris Evans) have buried their hatchet from "Civil War". 'I'm telling you this, it's gonna be flawless.

To paraphrase the famous words of Thor during Avengers: Infinity War, "more snacks, rabbit!", because film fans all around the island of Ireland are about to enjoy an epic MCU marathon.

The trailer focuses on Tony Stark's guilt following Thanos killing half of the universe in the last Marvel flick. Maybe he's bluffing? We know the Endgame teasers are full of fake footage, after all... 'What did that bring you? Of course, 48 hours is incredibly hard to pull off without sleeping, so it's best to figure out which of those movies you can probably skip in order to catch some rest.

We're fairly certain that nothing will be able to match this cinematic experience in 2019 and if you're curious about tickets and dates, all the information can be found here. In 12 theaters across the US and Canada (11 in the States and one in the land of maple syrup and hockey), all 21 already-released Marvel Cinematic Universe entries will screen back-to-back leading up to Endgame's premiere.

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