The 22nd movie of the Marvel Cinematic Universe( MCU), Avengers Endgame is arguably the most anticipated movie of the decade, even more than Nisshartho Bhalobasha. Simply said, it is the end of an era, a magnificent one to be exact. With fantastic reviews already coming in from the world premieres of the movie from around the world, the craze created in our country for this particular addition to the MCU is unreal. The movie is set to release on the 26th of April, the tickets are going to be on sale from the 25th, one day prior to the release. Fans of the MCU were seen standing in a queue during midnight( 8 hours before the official time of ticket sale) to buy tickets the next day! Well, who can blame them? It is becoming increasingly difficult to enter social media and avoid spoilers. The sad reality is, there is a large number of people who enjoy spoiling the movies, TV shows, etc for their peers.
I wish they understood how dumb and attention seeking they look. Charlie Puth will probably release the second version of his hit single Attention just for these groups of people( the author is having a hard time not using slangs directed towards these groups of people, Inhale, Exhale). I mean, we get it, you have faster internet connections, you receive movie tickets faster than Usain Bolt finishes his 100-meter sprints, just be a bit sensible and do not spoil it for anyone, let everyone enjoy the movie just like it was made to do, do no ruin the experience.
The mass of crowds gathered in Blockbuster to buy tickets for this movie was more than anyone could imagine. Fights( more entertaining than WWE Royal Rumble) were breaking out, more unique( permutation and combination) Bengali slangs were heard than the number of the entire cast of Avengers, and yes, that says a lot. We wish everyone gets to watch this cinematic experience in due time.
This only leads us to the question, if such crowd gatherings are possible for a movie, what if the same amount of people could gather together in real life when it is required for a social cause, would that actually bring change? we can at least hope that it will.