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‘Avengers: Endgame’ Will Be The Longest Marvel Film Yet



Courtesy of co-director Joe Russo, we’ve got a bit more detail on how long Avengers: Endgame will be.

“There’s a high probability that this movie will clock in at around three hours,” co-director Joe Russo told Empire. “It’s a big movie with a lot of story.”

When Russo said in early November that Avengers 4 was knocking on three hours in the edit, there was always the assumption that it would be chiselled down to the something approaching the other Avengers films’ runtimes – Avengers: Assemble is 143 minutes, Age of Ultron is 144 minutes, and Infinity War is 149 minutes – but as he should probably know what’s happening with his own film, the prospect of a beefy 180-minuter is very real indeed.

Russo’s actual words on the subject were originally “we’ll see if that holds”, and there’s a lot of editing and VFX work still to go before a mooted March wrap-up so that runtime could still come down.

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