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The Marvel Cinematic Universe Is Returning to IMAX With a 20-Movie Marathon Event

The Marvel Cinematic Universe Is Returning to IMAX With a 20-Movie Marathon Event

The geniuses at Marvel have gone and done it again. Over the past few years, fans have been able to experience MCU marathons at their local theater. Sometimes it’s a double or triple feature. Other times it can be up to six movies at once. This past April, Nerdist hosted a 31-hour MCU marathon leading up to Avengers: Infinity War. The end of August will see another marathon event, and this time it’s going to be the most accessible yet for any MCU fan.

Marvel is teaming with IMAX to bring ALL TWENTY Marvel movies back to the big screen to help celebrate its 10th anniversary. The good news is that you will be able to get some rest and even see your loved ones in between the films. Rather than going back to back, IMAX will show four movies a day starting on August 30th and run through September 6th. Here is a handy break down of the entire schedule.

As you can see, September 6th is “TBD.” That’s because IMAX is letting YOU decide what the last two movies will be. Here’s their Tweet where you can vote between Iron Man, Captain America: The First Avenger, The Avengers, and Black Panther.

If you are wondering where the MCU is going to be playing in your area, you can head here to IMAX’s site to procure tickets for your local theater. For Regal theaters, they have fifty dollar pass that lets you attend all 20 movies, and if you are a member of AMC’s A-List, you can use it towards a ticket to any movie as well.

So what do you think? Which of these movies are you excited to see on the big screen again? Let us know on Facebook or sound off in the comments below.

Images: Marvel/Disney/IMAX

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