Avengers: Endgame Got “Incredible” Test Screening Reactions in the MCU History

Avengers: Endgame is now weeks away from the release date and the level of optimism is getting higher and higher with each passing date. But, all Marvel fans are going to have a huge smile on their faces after reading what Joe Russo has said in an interview with Collider. The interview came after the end of first test screenings and here’s what he said,

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“We’re vigilant about using test audiences to tell us whether we’re on the right track or we’re making bad decisions. With Endgame, it had one of the most incredible audience responses in Marvel history. Irrespective of the length, it’s been consistently embraced by the test audiences.”

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Anthony Russo had also said a similar thing about the responses which they got from the viewers that despite the long duration of this movie, only a few people went out for bathrooms. So, after hearing this kind of positive statements from the Russo Brothers, I don’t think we will be able to keep this excitement inside us for long now. This is not just film, it’s a journey which you, me and we all started back in 2008.

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Ever since the title of the movie has come out and has been announced, I guess people have started using the word ‘Endgame’ more and more. I don’t think there’s any Marvel fan out there who doesn’t read or say this word once a day since the official announcement. I, myself have been overusing the word like how.

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The other night me and my brother were playing chess. Luckily, I won and instead of saying checkmate, I said ‘Endgame’. I guess that’s how strangely our lives are being affected by this movie. So, if you’re experiencing such weird stuff too, then do tell us in the comments section down below.

Avengers: Endgame will release on April 26.

Rishabh Naudiyal

"Writing is one of my strengths and all I can say is that I observe things and try my best in order to convert them into words without the pressure of satisfying people's demands."
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