'Avengers: Infinity War' release date moves a week sooner into April


Though the Marvel Cinematic Universe is full of much more well liked heroes, don't be surprised if the new Infinity War ads emphasize the presence of T'Challa, Shuri (Letitia Wright) and other Wakanda favorites. The switch gives a chance for the audiences to see some movies earlier than their previously scheduled releases, while some other titles will arrive later than initially planned.

March 1, 2018An unprecedented cinematic journey ten years in the making and spanning the entire Marvel Cinematic Universe, Marvel Studios' Avengers: Infinity War brings to the screen the ultimate, deadliest showdown of all time. The exchange is comical and it ends in incredible news for fans of the franchise as you now need to wait one week less to catch the premiere.

Disney also set release dates for 28 untitled films through February 2023 from Marvel, Pixar and Disney live action.

Except for, of course, the theaters that have to do a little bit of a mad dash to adjust their schedues and get those new posters and displays up.

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A China Southern Airlines airplane arrives at the newly-built terminal 2 building at Tianjin airport, China, Aug. 28, 2014. The batteries are banned from checked luggage, but are allowed in carry-on luggage, as long as they are turned off.

You heard right! Avengers: Infinity War will be releasing in theaters a week earlier than expected.

Please note that while the rumored duration of the film might be plausible, it does not mean this is official as this has not been confirmed by a credible source and this may just be a placeholder. This move gets them that three weeks. Moreover, it'll be the MCU's first prequel, as the movie takes place in the 90s and co-stars a two-eyed Samuel L. Jackson as Nick Fury.

But what catches one's attention - asides the purple alien sporting a smile - is his Infinity Gauntlet, which without a doubt is going to be a driving force in uniting the superheroes in the upcoming Avengers movie.

Cumulatively, Marvel has sold more than 80 million tickets at the local box office with 18 movies including "The Avengers: Age of Ultron" and "Iron Man 3", which sold 10.5 million and 9 million tickets, respectively.