You can see Avengers Endgame in Abu Dhabi two days early

Audiences in the capital will be among the first to see the film

You can see Avengers Endgame in Abu Dhabi two days early

Ever since Thanos clicked his fingers at the end of Avengers Infinity War, we’ve been counting the minutes until the next Avengers film.

We’re sure we’re not the only ones excited for the release of Avengers Endgame this week and the good news in Abu Dhabi is that you can see the film days before fans elsewhere in the world.

Many cinemas in Abu Dhabi will be hosting 3am showings of the much-awaited movie on Wednesday 24 April, that’s two days before the film is released in many countries around the world.

Tempted to stay up all night and see the film? Of course you are. As the Avengers say in the latest trailer: “Whatever it takes”.

Here are the cinemas showing the film and how you can be one of the first people in the world to see the movie.

Vox Cinemas are showing the film at 3am on Wednesday morning at their Yas Mall, Marina Mall and Nation Towers locations.

Cine Royal will hold a 3am showings at the Dalma Mall branch, a 4.15 am showing at Khalidiyah Mall branch and a 4.30am showing at the Deerfields Mall branch. Fans in Ruwais will have to wait until 10am for the first showing (sorry guys).

Novo Cinemas will also be screening the film at 3am at their Bawabat Al Sharq Mall and The Mall at World Trade Center branches.

Many fans have already booked their tickets, so if you want to get involved it’s probably best to plan ahead.

The three-hour epic promises to deliver a huge spectacle, so, make the popcorn a large and turn off your phone because this one is going to be big.

Going to see the movie this week? Be a good person and don’t share spoilers.

It’s just mean.

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