Spoiler Free 'Avengers: Endgame' Twitter Reactions

Avengers: Endgame is possibly the most anticipated film in cinema history. The film has already broken multiple presales, even besting 2015's Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Film Analysts expect it to have the biggest opening weekend in history. According to Boxoffice.com's predictions, Endgame is expected to make at least $265 million domestically in its opening weekend. Comparatively, Endgame's predecessor, Avengers: Infinity War, garnered $257 million domestically during its opening weekend, so it's not unprecedented.

While there's a small difference between Endgame and Infinity War's domestic openings, many analysts expect Endgame to eclipse Infinity War's record-breaking global box office opening. Infinity War opened to $630 million, meanwhile, Endgame might reach $1 billion in the first weekend alone.

Suffice to say, the enthusiasm for Endgame is palpable. The only thing left to wonder is if Endgame will live up to the abundance of hype surrounding its release.

If early reactions are anything to go by, Endgame is going to be universally adored, emotionally triggering, satisfying, and a fundamentally different beast from Infinity War. The 22nd entry in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Avengers: Endgame premiered at the Los Angeles Convention Center on April 22nd. The showing was attended by thousands of reporters, fans, and industry members. Although Endgame's review embargo won't be lifted until later today at 6 pm Eastern Time, vague reactions to last night's premiere appeared on Twitter last night and boy, does Endgame sound like a memorable time. Here's a rundown of our favorite Twitter tidbits.

Avengers: Endgame releases in the U.S. on April 26. The film is the culmination of the 22 Marvel Cinematic Universe films that have been released thus far. Endgame concludes the story of Thanos that began in the first Avengers film but came to a head in 2018's, Avengers: Infinity War.

When we last saw Thanos, the Mad Titan, he had collected all six infinity gems and used them to wipe out fifty percent of the universe. His casualties include many of the heroes we've watched grow over the last 22 MCU films, even those with sequels planned to release in the future. It seems like nothing can stop his atrocities. We can only imagine the horrible deeds Thanos plans to commit when he returns to U.S. theaters this weekend.