Be the First in The World to See Avengers Age of Ultron With a 9 Marvel Movie Marathon!

The Marvel Cinematic Universe has been going from strength to strength since it kicked off in 2008 with the original Iron Man.

Thanks to insanely strong casting and a well-wrought plan to bring multiple characters and stories together, the MCU has been building from each movie to the next, with 2012 marking the first Avengers film and a box office explosion wothy of all the preparation. A second crescendo is now on the way, with Avengers: Age of Ultron set to release in late April 2015.It's been a long journey and the events of movies like The Winter Soldier have resulted in real changes to the world Marvel and Disney have been building. And thanks to Joss Whedon, we're pretty sure that the new film is going to break box office records once again. So why not celebrate this massive cinematic achivement in style by watching the entire Avengers Saga in one day!

  • 00:00 to 02:05am - Iron Man (followed by 15 minute comfort break)
  • 02:20 to 04:20 - Iron Man 2 (followed by 15 minute comfort break)
  • 04:35 to 06:30 - Thor (followed by 10 minute comfort break)
  • 06:40 to 08:40 - Captain America (followed by 20 minute breakfast break)
  • 09:00 to 11:20 - Avengers Assemble (followed by 10 minute comfort break)
  • 11:30 to 13:40 - Iron Man 3 (followed by 25 minute lunch break)
  • 14:05 to 16:00 - Thor: The Dark World (followed by 10 minute comfort break)
  • 16:10 to 18:25 - Captain America: The Winter Soldier (followed by 35 minute dinner break)
  • 19:00 to 22:00 - Avengers: Age of Ultron in 3D
Get all the info you need about the Avengers: Ultimate Marathon at Vue cinemas right here.Avengers: Age of Ultron is cinemas from the 22nd of April 2015.In Short:
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