Avengers: Endgame tickets went on sale this morning, but good luck getting them. Millions of moviegoers rushing to buy their tickets as soon as possible were met either with endless queues or websites that completely failed to load. As of this writing, the websites for both AMC and Cinemark are timing out, while attempting to buy tickets via Fandango places customers in an unmoving queue. Atom Tickets links to AMC, so that one’s not working, either. The only site that I see that’s up and running is for Regal Cinemas, though the response/load time on that site is still extremely slow.
Along with the announcement of the tickets going on-sale, Marvel Studios has also released a new, minute-long promo for the film. So at least you have something to watch on repeat while you wait for the ticket website of your choice to become usable again:

The new spot features a key moment that viewers have been waiting for: a reconciliation between Tony Stark and Steve Rogers, whose relationship was left…let’s say strained by the events of Captain America: Civil War.
And if you’re less about the moving pictures and more into still images of people looking off into the middle-distance pensively, Marvel has also released three new posters for Endgame, one for each of the special formats in which the film will be shown—IMAX, Dolby, and RealD 3D:

Conspicuously absent from those posters is Valkyrie, who was revealed to have survived Thanos’s snap by a character poster that was revealed last week. Perhaps her arrival will be a key component of the Avengers’ ultimate victory? (Or they just forgot to put her on the posters, which, frankly, is rude.)
Check out larger versions of the posters below, and best of luck as you try to buy your Endgame tickets. If only there was a way you could improve the situation with just a snap of your fingers…
Avengers: Endgame opens on April 26th.


  1. There are occasional advantages of living in a nowhere town. Tickets purchased for a 7 p.m. Thursday showing with goods seats hours after available. Makes up in a small way for all the concerts I don’t get to go to.

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