Tickets for the eagerly-anticipated Avengers: Endgame went on sale yesterday and fans across the globe went wild with sites crashing left, right and centre.
Not everyone was able to bag themselves a ticket which might be because those that were successful ordered an extra few more to flog and make a sneaky profit. Now we're seeing tickets crop up on eBay for as much as $1,250 (£950) and that's just for one.
An eBay user in the US is selling four tickets for the opening night screening at the Dolby Cinema in Chicago/Skokie for $5,000 (£3,803).
There are more selling for $125 (£95), $200 (£152) and $500 (£380).
Another ticket on eBay for $500. Credit: eBay.com
In the UK there's a ticket going for the opening night that will set you back £380.37 ($500.66). Others are going for £152.15 ($200) and £125.52 ($165).
This is going to be one expenny trip if you're really this adamant to see it. As if you don't need to get a mortgage out already for some popcorn and a drink.
A ticket selling on eBay UK for £380. Credit: eBay
The fourth - and final - instalment of the EPIC Avengers franchise will be released on 25 April in the UK and its set to have the biggest opening weekend in US movie history.
We can't say we're all that surprised to be fair - fans have been on the edge since the end of Infinity War.
Predictors at Exhibitor Relations have said they expect Avengers: Endgame to make an astonishing $282 million (£212m) on its opening weekend in the United States.
If they're right this would see it surpass the saga's previous movie, Avengers: Infinity War, which holds the current record for the highest grossing film after raking in $258m (£197m) on its opening weekend last year.
The official run-time for the movie has now been released and it's a mighty three hours and two very important minutes.
The exciting news was revealed on AMC's website and tweeted out by MCUComics.com founder Jeremy Conrad.
The tweet said: "AMC has update their website with the official synopsis for #AvengersEndgameand lists the runtime as 3 hours, 2 minutes."
But despite the length, the film's directors, the Russo Brothers, are pretty confident audiences will be on the edge of their seat for the entire 182 minutes.
Speaking to Collider about the screenings, Joe Russo said: "We're still at the three-hour mark. I think the studio is down with what the best story is.
"Right now, we think the movie is playing well and we've had great responses from our test audiences and we're feeling very good about where it is. "
We trust you guys with our lives, don't worry.
You can book IMAX screenings at the BFI via Odeon - or double bill screenings of Infinity War and Endgame at five UK locations. Vue is giving you the chance to book a double bill screening too.
Featured Image Credit: eBay