We’re in the “End Game” now


Avengers: Endgame will bring together all remaining characters to defeat Thanos and avenge their fallen friends.

 Millions of people from around the world are fans of Marvel movies and are ready for the newest Avengers movie to open in theaters. Since the dawn of Iron man, Marvel has increased its viewership by the millions, and it’s all been culminating to one movie, “Avengers: Endgame.” There has been an inordinate amount of hype relating to this movie after the ending of Avengers: Infinity War, where half of all favorite characters were dusted by Thanos after he acquired all the infinity stones. It left many wondering how much more they could lose in the next movie.

Many students here at Big Spring have something to say about the upcoming movie. Adam McKeenhan, senior, said, “I am not ready for it. I just got into Marvel movies last year when I saw “Infinity War” and have watched a lot of the other ones since then. I am so excited to see it!”  Another student Erinne Frampto, another senior, said, “It will be sad to see it all end, but I’m really curious to see how the series will conclude.” Some students even have their own theories about what might happen in “Endgame.” Maddie Seiler, yet another senior, said, “I have a theory that Tony Stark is going to have to sacrifice himself to bring Peter Parker back. ”

 Since there are so many people excited for “Endgame”, the Russo brothers who were the writers of the “Avengers: Endgame” released a statement about the importance of not spoiling the ending for others who have yet to see it. Tensions are running high on social media where everyone is pushing for a no spoiler environment until after the movie has had it’s run in theaters. The hashtag #DontspoilTheEndgame is trending on every social media platform, warning others to stay away from their blog if they have spoilers on theirs.

“Avengers: Endgame” is sure to have many fans on an emotional rollercoaster as they watch the last movie of the Avengers. There is no telling what will come out of this three-hour movie, but everyone is ready to find out. According to CNN Business, the moview “made an estimated $1.2 billion at the worldwide box office for its opening.” It is the only film in history to cross the $1 billion mark for its debut.