You have seen the Avengers: Endgame trailer. You searched every frame of Avengers: Infinity War for clues. But today we may have learned the most important detail about Marvel's sequel to finish all the sequels. The Avengers: Endgame Runtime.
As AMC's listing for Avengers: Endgame revealed on its website and confirmed by online retailer Fandango the much-anticipated sequel to Infinity War appears at 3 hours for 2 minutes. That's 182 minutes of superhero good stuff, that burns in the eyeballs. Pre-show trailers are not included.
While some question how important these extra two minutes after the three-hour mark have to be to make the cut (presumably include another Marvel credits scene to annoy MCU's Phase 4), I'm sitting here and wonder if my bubble can even make it to the 3rd act.
We have known for some time that Avengers: Endgame would be the longest Marvel movie to date (the previous title was held by Infinity War and came in at 2 hours) and 40 minutes), but this news confirms our suspicions. That said, we've had longer films, including The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King and Titanic, so the audience has at least some experience with single-movie marathons.
Best of all, thank you. For these cleverly redesigned trailers we still know very little about the details of Endgame's story, which means that almost every minute of this runtime will be like a new revelation. Seriously though, we're hoping some theaters will offer a half-time break for loo breaks and snack refills when tickets are finally up for sale next month.
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