The end draws near as we have now entered a phase of counting only a few days for the much awaited showing of the “Avengers: Endgame.” The suspense that has gripped us a year ago also brought us grief, with so many Marvel superheroes disintegrating right before our eyes.
As we wait, a plea to those who already saw the “Avengers: Endgame” during the world premiere, to please keep their mouths shut and their thoughts to themselves because we are not asking for spoilers.
Allow us to suffer in silence since we will be bearing the agony of waiting in just a matter of days.
Today, we contented ourselves by watching video clips of the entire cast parading as they were about to enter the LA Convention Center to watch the world premiere of the “Avengers: Endgame.” The truth they say, is that not any of the stars and crew involved in the making of the film knows how the movie will go, as they were also kept in the dark. Nonetheless, some of the actors dropped a few clues, to leave us guessing some more on what is about to happen.
Some Telltale Signs and Intriguing Reactions from the Cast During Endgame Premiere
The culmination of the 22-series Marvel saga will run for three (3) hours and 58 minutes, so be ultra ready.
The movie has already broken presale records throughout the globe, with the global launch already assured of raking in $850 million and more. Analysts expect moviegoers in China will be bringing in at least $250 million as it will be up for screening also on Wednesday; giving the Endgame a lot potential to get past the $1 billion mark in no time at all, not even a week.
Mark Ruffalo (Bruce Banner a.k.a. the Hulk) who has quite a reputation for letting out spoilers, spoke before screening. He said that the movie will evoke a lot of strong emotions as there will be more grieving as he believes some of the important characters are about to face grave danger. Stressing that he has not seen the full movie yet, Ruffalo remarked that what he envisions is that it has a satisfactory ending, whilst leaving the audience hopeful and longing for more.
Benedict Cumberbatch (Dr. Strange) was in attendance but said he is not part of the movie. A revelation destroying some theories of how the Avengers will be able to defeat Thanos.
The grief factor was confirmed by actors Chris Evans (Captain America) and Chris Hemsworth (Thor) who shared their reactions after watching the Endgame. Chris Evans said he had cried like as many as six times. Chris Hemsworth topped that by saying
“I cried more than six times Chris.”