AVENGERS: ENDGAME - We Finally Know When Tickets Go On Sale For The Marvel Studios Epic

AVENGERS: ENDGAME - We Finally Know When Tickets Go On Sale For The Marvel Studios Epic

AVENGERS: ENDGAME - We Finally Know When Tickets Go On Sale For The Marvel Studios Epic

We've been waiting for Avengers: Endgame tickets to go on sale for what feels like forever, but various outlets are now reporting a date, so you'd best get ready to buy them before they sell out...

While we haven't heard anything official from Marvel Studios yet, multiple outlets are reporting that tickets for Avengers: Endgame will go on sale next Tuesday, April 2nd. 

Apparently, the three-hour runtime means Thursday evening screenings will start at 6pm rather than 7pm. It goes without saying that those screenings will more than likely sell out fast, so you'd best stay tuned to social media next week as there's a strong change they'll go on sale without it being announced beforehand. 

The excitement surrounding Avengers: Endgame is rapidly building, and it's easy to imagine the movie breaking countless box office records as moviegoers flock to find out what happens next after Thanos wiped out half of the universe and many of our favourite heroes.

There's no word on press screenings yet, but they'll probably take place quite close to April 26th to avoid spoilers finding their way online. 

As always, we'll be sure to keep you guys updated. Are you planning to see Avengers: Endgame on opening day? Let us know your thoughts on that in the comments section below.

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everything the new character posters tell us about the movie!

Valkyrie Is Alive And In The Movie



We've suspected that this might be the case for a while now but the posters confirm that not only is Valkyrie alive, but she's also going to factor into Avengers: Endgame somehow.

After Tessa Thompson's scene stealing performance in Thor: Raganrok, fans were disappointed to see that she didn't make it into Avengers: Infinity War, so it's going to be a lot of fun to watch her join the fight against Thanos (with any luck, Korg will also return). 

The extent of her role remains to be seen, but here's hoping it ends up being somewhat significant.
 

Shuri Is Among The Dead



The last time we saw Shuri, she had been taken down by Corvus Glaive as he attempted to retrieve the Mind Stone from The Vision's forehead. While that member of The Black Order clearly didn't kill T'Challa's sister, her fate has very much been up in the air since, and it's now clear that she was dusted alongside the King of Wakanda. 

This works on a number of levels; for starters, M'Baku is more than likely the new King and with Shuri no longer around, it will be up to original Avengers Tony Stark and Bruce Banner to come up with a solution to bring an end to the Mad Titan once and for all. 
 

Pepper Potts And Happy Hogan Will Return



When Iron Man finds his way back to Earth, he will have plenty of allies because both Pepper Potts and Happy Hogan are alive and well. Honestly, that's not a huge surprise because it's been obvious that Rescue will factor into proceedings for ages now, but Happy's role is a little harder to figure out.

Chances are, he'll just have a relatively minor role, but we might also get to see his reaction to what happened, After all, he grew fond of Peter Parker in Spider-Man: Homecoming and that loss will likely have hit him hard. 
 

Is Wong The New Sorcerer Supreme?



At the end of Avengers: Infinity War, Doctor Strange was obviously among those who perished after Thanos snapped his fingers and wiped out half the universe. Thanos is in possession of the Time Stone, but the Sanctum Sanctorum still needs someone to protect it and it seems as if that's a role that will now fall to Wong. 

Benedict Wong's name was front and centre on the recently released poster so his return isn't a shock, and seeing as we know Benedict Cumberbatch had to use a stand-in for many of his scenes due to his busy schedule, it makes sense that Marvel would put the focus on a new Sorcerer Supreme for at least some of this adventure.
 

Loki Is Definitely Dead



Unless Marvel Studios is trying to misdirect us (and we really don't think they are), then Loki didn't find a way to escape his murder at the hands of Thanos and will not factor into this movie...well, not in the present day, anyway!

Set photos have shown flashbacks to the events of The Avengers with the God of Mischief in S.H.I.E.L.D. custody, and whether that comes down to time-travel or something else, we're definitely going to see more of Loki - even if it isn't in the present day version of the villain we've grown accustomed to in recent years. 
 

Will All Of The "Fallen" Return?



Marvel Studios released sixteen coloured posters and sixteen in black and white with, as we noted above, the key difference being that the first half are alive and the others are dead. 

There are some notable omissions (Hank Pym, Maria Hill, and more have all failed to make the cut) but should we take the inclusion of characters like Gamora and even Loki as an indication that they will also return if Earth's Mightiest Heroes succeed in stopping Thanos? 

Their deaths were definitive and unrelated to the snap, so it's currently pretty tricky to come up with an explanation for how undoing that moment would also lead to their resurrections. 
 

There's No Sign Of Thanos



Considering the fact that Avengers: Infinity War ended with a smiling Thanos watching the sun rise over a "grateful" universe, it's surprising just how little we've seen of the villain in marketing materials for Avengers: Endgame

With that in mind, he's nowhere to be seen in these character posters as Marvel clearly decided to instead keep the spotlight on the heroes and the fact they finally get do some Avenging on behalf of those that were taken from them when the Mad Titan snapped his fingers. 
 

Still No Sign Of The Hulk



While we've seen The Hulk in action figure form and on various pieces of promotional material, there's still no sign of the Jade Giant in officially released content like this.

Instead, Bruce Banner is being put front and centre and that points to Marvel choosing to handle the Green Goliath's return in a somewhat surprising manner (which makes sense when he's seemingly taken on the Professor Hulk persona). Even so, you'd think he would have been shown here in some form, but then none of the heroes have their masks on for some reason!
 

"Avenge The Fallen"



This tagline is interesting for a number of reasons, and it may at least shed some light on what that mysterious mission the heroes are embarking on will entail. 

While we all think that they're going to travel back in time to try to resurrect everyone, what if it's as simple as making Thanos pay for what he did before an alternative solution becomes clear? 

Honestly, that may not be a question we get an answer to until April 26th rolls around...

What do you guys think about the new Avengers: Endgame character posters? Did you spot any reveals we missed? As always, share your thoughts in the comments section down below. 
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