A Marvel fan in the United States is doing his part to support Avengers: Endgame and has seen the superhuman blockbuster more than 110 times, setting another Guinness record, AFP reported.
"I work 10 hours, watch Endgame multiple times on weekdays for at least six hours," said Agustin Alanis in a message on Twitter that was joined by an image of himself and a venue orderly holding his 110th ticket stub for the motion picture.
They are SHIELD...Well, actually Hydra. But, we didn't know that yet.#avengersendgame #TigreVengador @RobertDowneyJr @ChrisEvans @Russo_Brothers @Avengers @jimmyfallon pic.twitter.com/wYzak4gnGR— Agustin Alanis (@agalanis17) June 11, 2019
Alanis' accomplishment beats another record set a year ago by Anthony Mitchell, who saw Avengers: Infinity War multiple times, which got him a spot in the Guinness Book of World Records and a trek to the Endgame set.
Alanis, who lives in Florida, has been chronicling his outings to see the motion picture, posting an image of himself at each survey with his ticket stub. The most recent blockbuster from Marvel Studios has earned an overall aggregate of $2.732 billion in the cinema world up until now, putting it inside scope of beating Avatar, which rounded up $2.788 billion to turn into the most astounding netting motion picture ever.
The immensely foreseen Avengers arrangement ender earned a stunning $1.2 billion on its opening end of the week toward the finish of April and has since proceeded with its gigantic film industry run.
Industry watchers, be that as it may, state the motion picture has started to lose steam with watchers and may finish up in the number two spot for a long time to come – perhaps until an inevitable re-discharge. That is except if more fans like Alanis make it their obligation to guarantee that Endgame grabs the title from Avatar.