Avengers: Endgame Stars Tweet One-Month Reminder And Cool New Posters
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Avengers: Endgame drops in one month's time, but in case you haven't been patiently waiting while staring at your calendar, cast members have taken to social media to share a reminder.
The news was shared by a bunch of official accounts associated with the movie, including the Avengers account, Brie Larson and Robert Downey Jr who all simultaneously posted the same caption: '1 Month. #AvengersEndgame' but with different (and new) posters for the flick. Exciting, eh?
1 Month. #AvengersEndgame pic.twitter.com/bv27sShJ2t
- The Avengers (@Avengers) March 26, 2019
1 Month. #AvengersEndgame pic.twitter.com/s6FkYE10SD
- Brie Larson (@brielarson) March 26, 2019
1 Month. #AvengersEndgame pic.twitter.com/ieVS0wKjaL
- Samuel L. Jackson (@SamuelLJackson) March 26, 2019
1 month. #AvengersEndgame pic.twitter.com/Vqp2ZGXZXj
- Tom Hiddleston (@twhiddleston) March 26, 2019
1 Month. #AvengersEndgame pic.twitter.com/nbJVvwaTi4
- Robert Downey Jr (@RobertDowneyJr) March 26, 2019
Even the poor folks who were bumped off in Avengers: Infinity War have got involved. Avengers Dr Strange, Loki and Black Panther were among those wiped out in The Snap - along with leader Nick Fury, played by Samuel L Jackson. They all get posters too, with a grayscale treatment.
All the new posters feature the line: 'Avenge the fallen', as well as the US release date. And, it's even better news for UK fans, too, because we only have to wait until 25 April, whereas our pals across the pond have to wait a whole extra day before it lands on 26 April.
Fans are going to get a lot of movie for their buck, too, with AMC confirming the run-time as a whopping three hours and two minutes.
This is in-line with what the Russo brother had previously hinted at in numerous interviews, in which they said it looked as though the new movie would be longer than Avengers: Infinity War, which has a two hour and 40-minute runtime.
Joe Russo told Colider: "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're still doing work to it. We're not done with it.
"When you have to tell a really complicated story and you want strong emotional moments with the characters, it just requires a certain amount of real estate. This one, in particular, feels like three hours' worth of real estate."
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Topics: Avengers Endgame, TV and Film, US Entertainment