As you Await your ticket booking confirmation to come through See the new trailer under, possibly a couple hundred times:
Marvel also published a brand new trailer for the 22nd film in its “cinematic world ,” which is published April 26 and has been billed as the culmination of over a decade’s worth of story lines. The whole cinematic world has pulled over $18 billion worldwide, and the last Avengers movie generated more than $2 billion alone–and left fans with an epic cliff-hanger.
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Tickets for Marvel’s Avengers: Endgame went on sale in the US and other countries today (April 2), as well as the websites for many major theater chains appear to be buckling under the demand for tickets.
Those lucky enough to even make it into the queue to get tickets have observed comically long wait times just to be able to give Marvel (and its parent company Disney) their money:
Some websites appear to have crashed from fans. The website for AMC Entertainment, the biggest chain in the US with over 8,000 displays, was down when Quartz attempted to access it Tuesday morning:
Customers sounded off on Twitter, especially in response to Fandango’s announcement that tickets had gone on the market.
— Mike Murphy (@mcwm) April 2, 2019
The site for second-largest chain, Regal Entertainment, has been working whereas the website another massive chain, to get Cinemark Theaters, would not load. Fandango, among the largest ticket-booking sites on the web, had a queue for entrance into the ticket purchasing process, but appears to have suspended accessibility:
Fandango simply put”that the line is paused”
My current situation at work… pic.twitter.com/8da9W8gohV